Editor Justin Ove firstname.lastname@example.org
A divided Cherokee County School Board on Thursday debated policy changes that address previous points of contention.
The Cherokee County School District will reduce its number of furlough days from eight to six, restoring two calendar days for students.
The school board will review the final preparations to its tentative 2013-14 budget during its work session.
The Cherokee County School Board will award a contract to perform the work, which is expected to cost $450,000.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Frank Petruzielo is questioning the accuracy of numbers State Rep. Calvin Hill provided to the Cherokee Chamber of Commerce's board of directors.
The Cherokee County School Board heard from two custodians who oppose the district privatizing its grounds and custodial services.
The Ad Hoc Safety & Security Committee issued a slew of recommendations to enhance security at Cherokee County schools.
The board's Trends in Education work session is filled to the brim with topics of interest for board members and district staff.
The Cherokee County School District will review various cost-saving measures due to the "skyrocketing" costs to maintain the State Health Benefit Plan.
School board member Kelly Marlow faced off with Superintendent Dr. Frank Petruzielo on her proposed changes to policy governing when to list financial impact of agenda items.
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