Notes from Monday's Hopkins County School Board Meeting



          THE HOPKINS COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION HEARD FROM TWO CONCERNED PARENTS LAST NIGHT AT THE REGULAR MEETING.  THE PARENTS PASSIONATELY VOICED THEIR CONCERNS OVER BULLYING AT BROWNING SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL.

          SUPERINTENDANT LINDA ZELLICH PROMISED THE PARENTS THAT SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS WOULD IMMEDIATELY LOOK AT THE SITUATION.

          ALSO LAST NIGHT, ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDANT STEVE GILLIAM REPORTED ON THE SALE OF THE ANTON SCHOOL PROPERTY, SAYING THAT IT SOLD FOR 130-THOUSAND.  GILLIAM ALSO SAID THAT 56-THOUSAND DOLLARS WAS RAISED FROM SELLING SURPLUS PROPERTY.

          AND, JASON CLARK GAVE A DETAILED PRESENTATION ON ASSESSMENT RESULTS, SAYING THAT THE DISTRICT HAD IMPROVED TO THE TOP 84 PERCENTILE IN THE STATE. 

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