Cowden-Herrick School Board Approves Issuing School Bonds


Published on January 13 2020 5:28 pm
Last Updated on January 13 2020 5:28 pm
Written by Greg Sapp

Cowden-Herrick school board members have approved a resolution of intent to issue up to $1.7 million in school bonds. The funds will pay the costs of improving school sites, altering, repairing and equipping school buildings and facilities.

The Board also set free admission to extra-curricular events for K-12 students, and approved a high school track co-op with Mid America Preparatory School. Also approved was a 50% state matching maintenance grant application, and hiring Allred's Floor Service Company to refinish the high school gym floor next summer.

Cowden-Herrick board members also approved personal leave requests for Kristen Blakey and Lisa Steffen.