The Culver Community School Board made a number of changes to its board policies with the help of Neola, the board’s policy company.
Superintendent Brad Schuldt said they changed approximately 25 policies, and many of them were minor typographical changes. However, he said a number of changes the board made to their policies were done to reflect new laws passed last year to ensure they are still in compliance with state law.
All of the policy changes can be viewed at their website, www.culver.k12.in.us.
Schuldt also said the board ratified their teacher’s master contract with a 5–0 vote despite two members being absent. Negotiations had been ongoing since August, and the contract was just finished Oct. 1. The teachers ratified the contract Friday afternoon, and the board voted Monday night to pass it.