The staff members at the West Central School Corporation are looking into textbook rental fees for the 2020-2021 school year.Continue reading
The West Central School Board members held a lengthy discussion last week on how to incorporate Chromebook fees into textbook fees in an upcoming school year.Continue reading
The Culver School Board has finalized book rental fees for the coming school year. Superintendent Karen Shuman says the cost will vary, depending on grade level and course selection.Continue reading
Lunch prices are going up at Eastern Pulaski Schools. The school board Monday approved a required increase for the 2019-2020 school year, according to Superintendent Dan Foster.Continue reading
West Central Elementary School’s book rental fees will stay the same for another year. The fees for the 2019-2020 school year were approved during last week’s school board meeting, according to Superintendent Don Street.Continue reading
Music textbooks for elementary school students will be purchased for the next school year at the West Central School Corporation.
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board is finalizing some plans for next school year. On Tuesday, board members approved the elementary school handbook, textbook fees, and meal prices for the 2017-2018. Continue reading
The Culver Community Schools Corporation is busy preparing for the upcoming school year. Interim Superintendent Chuck Kitchell told the school board Monday that one of the changes in 2016-2017 is the official consolidation of the middle and high schools into one facility. Continue reading
Superintendent Don Street says the breakfast prices went up slightly, while a little more was added to lunch prices.
The Knox Community School Corporation will be getting more diligent in collecting textbook rental fees.
“One of the things that was noted by the State Board of Accounts is we have to be more aggressive in their eyes and we need a better policy for collection of fees,” explained Superintendent A.J. Gappa. “We were ordered that we had to either go through Small Claims Court or use a collection agency. In our case, the best direction to go would be the use of a collection agency.”
A committee was formed by High School Principal Dr. Elizabeth Ratliff and a policy was drafted.
“We’re not really changing the things that we do. There will be letters that will go out for fees and we will work with every person that needs help. We will bend over backwards as far as we can, but we do have as a policy now that says if we reach a stalemate point at some time down the road, which could be a very long time, we would have to turn it over to a collection agency.”
The policy was for presentation at the recent Knox Community School Board meeting and the members will vote on the policy on February 20th.
The Knox Community School Board approved textbook rental fees for the upcoming school year. Superintendent, A.J. Gappa said the prices have decreased at the Elementary School. The lowest textbook price is $70 at the third grade level and the highest price is $99 at the fifth grade level.
“And the difference is because of the cost of the textbooks and supplies that each grade level receives,” said Gappa. “In comparison to last year, book rental fees are slightly down. The main reason for that is that the State has dropped cursive writing as a required standard. Even though we are still going to teach cursive writing as part of the curriculum and instruction that is given by the teachers, we didn’t find it necessary to buy a consumable workbook that went with each grade level.”
The Eastern Pulaski School Board members discussed textbook rental fees and cafeteria prices for the 2011-2012 school year at their recent meeting.