Sheldon, Iowa — When the Sheldon School Board Meets this Wednesday (June 10th), they’ll hold a public hearing on the proposed 2020-21 District Calendar, which may be viewed by CLICKING HERE.
The tentative calendar has the first day of classes for students set for August 12th, with the last day for students set for May 21st. The early start for classes for the upcoming year is due to the class time missed this spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In other action, the Board will take up an Open Enrollment Application, deal with a pair of employee resignations, and offer half a dozen employment contracts. They’ll also discuss the Cooperative Athletic Agreement with St. Patrick’s School, and are expected to approve an agreement with Grant Wood AEA Computer Services for the District’s financial accounting system.
The Board is also expected to accept milk and bread bids for the coming school year, and will also consider the purchase of new Chromebook computers, 15 SMART displays, and camera systems for school buses, as well as approve volunteer coaches and the TLC Leadership Team.
Wednesday’s school board meeting begins at 5:00 pm in the high school library.