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March 6, 2013

Greater Clark moves toward 1:1

Each student to have a computer by 2013-14



• The board unanimously approved paying two keynote speakers and one spotlight speaker for an eLearning Conference the district will host on July 25. Each keynote speaker will receive $2,000 plus expenses, and the spotlight speaker will receive $500 plus expenses. 

• The board unanimously passed a summer food service program to feed eligible children in the district breakfast and lunch during the summer recess. The meals come at no cost to the district.

• The board unanimously passed a contract to have an architect perform a study for the roof of the Jeffersonville High School auditorium. The facility’s roof leak has been determined as a fundamental flaw in the structure. Kovert-Hawkins will study the best design for a new structure at $3,500.

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