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(AUDIO) P2T Funding, No School/Practice Policy discussed at WPB School Board Meeting | KTIC Radio

(AUDIO) P2T Funding, No School/Practice Policy discussed at WPB School Board Meeting

(AUDIO) P2T Funding, No School/Practice Policy discussed at WPB School Board Meeting

P2T Funding was once again a discussion item at Monday night’s West Point-Beemer School Board Meeting. Superintendent Bill McAllister.

McAllister says the equity fee would be up to $20,000.

Any remaining deficit would be divided by each district according to their percent of valuation of the total valuation of the Agency not to exceed $30,000.

Also at Monday night’s Meeting, the Board discussed implementing a no school/practice policy. McAllister says right now workouts sometimes are allowed on days where school is called off.

The board also approved a 3 percent salary increase for McAllister at the meeting.

He says everyone is to credit for the direction the District is going.

The 7-12 concert will be held on Monday the 16th.

Click here to listen to Interview with McAllister 

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