Routine business items were taken up when the Holden R-III Board of Education met for it’s monthly meeting on Monday, February 14.
In the reports portion of the meeting, the Board heard from three staff members, plus Dr. Mike Hough, district superintendent.
Grant Guevel, A+ coordinator, reported there are currently 152 HHS students participating in the program.
He also highlighted the state requirements and goals, pending EOC requirement changes, and mentoring and tutoring requirements.
Next up was Buffie McConville, SPED director, who gave information about the Special Education program.
She reported 149 students are served in the program – 16 in the ECSE, 47 at the elementary, 37 at the MS, and 49 at the high school.
McConville highlighted the District Eligibility Determination Team, reading and math goals, and new initiatives in the program.
Lisa Houghton then gave a report on technology and library/media services.
She highlighted the tech coaches, Digital Citizenship training, DESE 50-50 Career Ed grants, E-Rate funding, visitors’ software,
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