Kingsville School Board filled a vacant seat at its regular May meeting, held last Thursday night.
The seat was available because former board member Kristel Reiman resigned her position.
The board interviewed two candidates for the open board position. Chris Truby was selected by the board to fill the open seat and finish Reiman’s term. In a CSIP update, the Building Leadership team provided a copy of the Comprehensive School Improvement Plan (CSIP) and the board approved it as presented.
In PAT news, instructor and coach, Jacklyn Treece, provided a copy of the Parents as Teachers plan and it was approved by the school board.
In other district news, Amanda Schoenherr gave the district’s assessment plan, and the plan was approved by board members.
In policy news, the board heard the second reading of new board policies and approved the reading and policies.
In his principal’s report, Jay Fleeman gave the final attendance numbers, as well as the end-of-year discipline reports.
The last day of the Kingsville R-I academic year was last Friday, May 8. Graduation for the KHS Class of 2020 is set for Friday, June 19 at 7 p.m., if social distancing guidelines are relaxed by that date.
Baccalaureate is scheduled for Wednesday, June 17 at 7 p.m. If commencement cannot be held in June due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the district has set a postponement date of July 24, with a baccalaureate date of July 22.
The regular meeting of the Kingsville School Board closed, to reopen in June.