Argos Community Schools is moving ahead with some building renovations and other capital projects. Last week, the school board approved a resolution to issue $2 million in bonds, according to Interim Superintendent Dr. Robert Boyd.
Argos Community Schools may soon have an elected school board.
The Argos Community School Board is looking to get a General Obligation Bond in order to complete several capital projects.
Interim Superintendent Dr. Robert Boyd said the bond would be for $2 million.
“The board is entertaining a proposal that would allow the corporation to infuse some cash into its General Fund operation and to take care of some capital needs that need to be done in terms of boilers for the facility as well as parking lot repairs.”
The Argos Community School Board reviewed a strategic plan for building projects this summer.
Interim Superintendent Dr. Robert Boyd said the board is looking to do some updating to the facilities.
The Argos School Board members this week made the decision to raise cafeteria prices. Interim Superintendent Dr. Robert Boyd commented that the prices needed to be brought up to standards.
The Argos School Board held a public hearing Monday night to gather comments on the proposed superintendent’s contract.
Interim Superintendent Dr. Robert Boyd said the board is currently interviewing candidates to fill the superintendent’s position.