APPLE SPRINGS — The Apple Springs ISD Board of Trustees were treated to a large dose of life on Monday.
Superintendent Cody Moree said the district debuted its new Life Skills Learning Lab during the board’s regular meeting.
“We've been doing some remodeling, which is now complete,” he said.
The lab has a fully functioning kitchen and laundry room, and will be used to serve special education students.
“They can acquire the skills they need to hopefully be able to live independently one day,” Moree said.
The board approved only consent agenda items, such as paying bills and approving minutes.