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NCHS Reports Good Financial Standing

The Nashville High School District 99 Board of Education met on Tuesday for a regular monthly meeting.  At that meeting, it was announced that 95-percent of the tax money has been received, with the district in good shape financially. 

Through 5 months of the year, they were at 59-percent of the projected budget, with the actual budget through 6 months being at 44-percent, so money is 15-percent below the budget.  A standard loan from the working cash fund to bond and interest was approved for $17,000, which will be paid back after the rest of the tax money comes in.  an exterior door replacement was approved, one a double door by Mr. Welthy’s room, and a single door replacement at the band room and at the cafeteria.  The cost is expected to be around $8,300 for the 2 single doors.  The 1st reading of the IASB policy updates was approved, with the 2nd reading happening next meeting, which did include more information of the new cannabis law in Illinois. 

Superintendent Brad Turner announced that the district will apply for a school maintenance grant, from between $50 to 100,000, Once the submission is sent in January, and if approved, the district will either update their HVAC units or add additional security cameras. 

After meeting for closed session, they approved Cody Bauza as a substitute custodian for the district.  The next NCHS board meeting is set for Tuesday, January 21st at 630 p.m.

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