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coldspring Sports logoBy Tony Farkas
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COLDSPRING — While school was out, the Coldspring-Oakhurst CISD board members were in class.

Superintendent Bryan Taulton said that at the regular meeting on June 26, board members receive training regarding the state’s Open Meetings Act.

Taulton said that the seminar was primarily for new board members, but also served as a refresher for other members.

Additionally, the board scheduled “Team of 8” training for July 10.

Taulton said that training will assist the board and administration in working together.

“This is a great time to do this before school starts in August,” he said.

In other business, the board:

•approved Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills certification for the district, all will ensure all classes are implementing TEKS requirements;

•discussed developing the budget for the next school year;

•approved the calendar for T-TESS appraisals for the next school year;

•discussed strategic and district improvement plans, which will come for approval at the next meeting;

•approved policy revisions regarding class ranking;

•awarded depository contracts for the next two years to People’s State Bank;

•approved roof repairs on James Elementary School using ESSER funds;

•approved resignations and hiring new staff; and

•approved board meeting dates, with the possibility of moving the location of meetings. Taulton said the next regular meeting on July 24 is tentatively set to be held in the High School foyer.

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