Preview of Upcoming College Station & Bryan School Board MeetingsFeatured Stories, News Friday, March 14th, 2014
The College Station school board has added a Monday workshop to their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday. One candidate for CSISD superintendent is scheduled to be interviewed Monday afternoon. Tuesday’s agenda includes the possibility of naming the unidentified candidate as the lone finalist to succeed Eddie Coulson. Also scheduled Tuesday is a presentation from the Convention and Visitors Bureau about conducting a feasibility study to build a new natatorium. Replacing the current aquatic center was left off last year’s school bond issue following talks with the city council. As previously reported, Tuesday’s meeting also includes setting the limits for a committee to determine how to redraw elementary school atttendance zones in College Station.
Monday night, the Bryan school board takes up the evaluation and contract of superintendent Tommy Wallis, who is finishing his third year. Another personnel item includes spending more than 100 thousand dollars to change the teacher salary schedule to pay more for those at academically high-risk campuses. The agenda also includes more discussion about a proposed 140 million dollar bond issue, where Bryan ISD would be realigned into K through fourth grade elementaries, fifth and sixth grade intermediate schools, and seventh and eighth grade middle schools.
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