The South Page School Board approved extending its instructional support levy for another five years. Board took action during its regularly scheduled meeting Monday, Oct. 14.
The levy, which generates about $112,000 a year through certain taxes, was to expire next year. Board’s renewal extends the levy for another five years beginning July 1, 2021. Revenues are used in the district’s general fund balance.
Approval was also given for the allowable growth and supplemental state aid for fiscal year 2019 special education deficit for $205,631.
In other board action…
South Page Board approved sharing school counselor from Clarinda. South Page Superintendent Tim Hood said South Page’s counselor resigned and Clarinda was willing to have theirs also work in South Page. A schedule for the counselor is being determined.
Board approved moving bank accounts from PCSB to Bank Iowa.
Sam DeCaro was approved as sponsor for the class of 2020.
Naomi Stimson’s resignation as student assistant was approved.