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McKenzie School Board Agenda

Posted 4/27/21

McKenzie Special School District Board of Education meets Tuesday, May 4, 5:30 p.m. at the McKenzie Middle School Library.

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McKenzie School Board Agenda

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McKenzie Special School District Board of Education meets Tuesday, May 4, 5:30 p.m. at the McKenzie Middle School Library.

On the agenda is the recognition of the retirement of Randy Thomas, MHS assistant principal, Larry Joe Smith, MHS teacher and coach, and Roxie Walker, MMS teacher.

Also on the agenda is a proposal to end the mandate to wear face masks at schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

An agreement between the City of McKenzie and the McKenzie Special School District to use city-owned playing fields will be considered.

The 2020-21 student representative to the Board of Education will be introduced.

Mandy Drewry, supervisor of the Carroll County Coordinated Health will make her annual presentation to the board.

The board will consider a request for state-winning MHS Beta student to attend the national convention on June 24 to 28.

The board will also review its five-year district plan.

Instructional fees are proposed for the 2021-22 school year.

High school fees are proposed as follows: science lab classes, $15; Art, $15, Driver’s Education $45; Diploma/diploma cover, $26; Health Science, $15; Health Science Scrubs, $40; Computer, $5; Tenn. Ready Test Prep $5.; Cap and Gown, $66; Student Professional Health Professioal Liability Insurance, $15.

McKenzie Middle School: Science Lab $10.

McKenzie Elementary School: Kindergarten to fourth grade $10.

Lunch prices for the 2021-22 year will also be approved, however, the United States Department of Agriculture has granted free breakfasts and free lunches for students for the 2021-22 school year.

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