Superior Schools acting to block cyber attacks

 


Change – the word seemed to be a common theme of many of the topics discussed at the Superior Board of Education meeting Monday evening. All members of the board were present for the meeting except Peggy Meyer.

Routine business included approving May claims from the general fund in the amount of $656.796.25.

A half time family and consumer science contract was extended to Bailey Ellwanger. An amended budget was approved and an occupational therapist interlocal agreement with South Central Unified District Five was accepted. COVID Protocols were accepted; approval granted to recycle...



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