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Board OKS proposed budget, tax rate

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Chef Joel Casiday presented Coldspring-Oakhurst High School graduate Ethan Manshack with an award for placing 6th out of 27 at the 2022 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Championships in Atlanta, Georgia in June. “He is now using the skills gained in the COHS Culinary Arts program working as a server for an upscale dining establishment in Georgetown, Texas,” said Casiday. Photo by Cassie GregoryChef Joel Casiday presented Coldspring-Oakhurst High School graduate Ethan Manshack with an award for placing 6th out of 27 at the 2022 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Championships in Atlanta, Georgia in June. “He is now using the skills gained in the COHS Culinary Arts program working as a server for an upscale dining establishment in Georgetown, Texas,” said Casiday. Photo by Cassie Gregory

Special to the News-Times

COLDSPRING — The Coldspring ISD Board of Trustees approved the 2022-23 FY budget and tax rate at its regular meeting on Aug. 22.

This was following a public hearing and a presentation from Assistant Superintendent of Business & Finance Adam Jenke gave a presentation and discussed the items. 

There was no public comment.

After the public hearing, Chef Joel Casiday presented Coldspring-Oakhurst High School graduate Ethan Manshack with a special certificate in honor of his performance at nationals over the summer.

“Ethan placed sixth out of 27 competitors at the 2022 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Championships in Atlanta, Georgia this past June,” Casiday said. “He is now using the skills gained in the COHS Culinary Arts program and honed through competing in SkillsUSA working as a server for an upscale dining establishment in Georgetown, Texas, as he prepares for life after graduation. Manshack is a 2022 graduate of COHS and earned his endorsement in Business and Industry, focusing his hospitality and tourism program of study in culinary arts.”

In other business, the Board approved:

•appointed County Extension Agent Michelle Moss as an adjunct faculty member for the 2022-23 school year;

•revised adult meal prices; and

•nominated Berlin Bradford as the delegate for the 2022 TASB Advocacy Convention.

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