The Plymouth School Board will get a closer look at Plymouth High School’s accountability grade when it meets tonight. The report is expected to look at various factors, including ISTEP scores, graduation rate, and college and career readiness.
In other business, board members will consider updated guidelines for food and drinks sold à la carte or in vending machines. A couple new policies will also be up for adoption. One has to do with educational stability for kids in foster care, while the other restricts audio, video, and digital recording on school property.
Tonight’s Plymouth School Board meeting is the last of 2017, so the board is also expected to authorize the corporation treasurer to pre-write checks and make necessary budget transfers to close out the year. Tonight’s meeting starts at 7 p.m. at the Plymouth Schools Administration Building.