AISD swears in new members before business

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New Aspermont School Board member, Ray Bradley was sworn in during the meeting, Monday night

The Aspermont ISD School Board welcomed three members into office Tuesday night. Trustees went on to elect board officers before moving onto regular business in the last week of school before graduation this Friday.Jared Bell, Lorenzo Calamaco, and Ray Bradley each took their oaths of office shortly after the meeting was called to order. It was the first meeting of the AISD board since the May 4 election. Once sworn in, the board’s first action was the election of officers, where no changes in the board’s structure were made.

Without delving too deeply into the dozens of revisions, Superintendent Zack Morris touched on some of the highlights of TASB’s Update 59, including everything from handling school leftovers in the cafeteria, to monitoring certain special education activities, student records, record keeping, and the use of metal detectors.

While the update helps to prepare the district for next year, Morris said the end of the current school years is going well. Attendance and enrolment are up slightly from where they have been. Additionally, the district has expended just over 70% of the budget, and as spending should slow down after school dismisses for the summer break, it looks like the school is financially on track.

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