The Lawrence school board on Monday will hold a work session on enrollment, funding impacts, and what could be a multimillion-dollar budget shortfall for 2022-23.
The school board voted 5-0 to approve moving its board report meeting scheduled for Monday, Nov. 22 to the following Monday, Nov. 29.
The Lawrence school board on Monday heard from several administrators with updates on student behavioral and mental health, restorative practice and more. It also approved the district’s first contract with PAL-CWA.
The Lawrence school board on Monday will consider a donation of trees for the playground at Cordley, then meet in executive session to discuss contracts with the PAL-CWA union.
Candidates for Lawrence school board defined their perceived roles in public education advocacy, budgeting, COVID-19 safety protocols, hiring, wage increases and grading the superintendent during the teachers union forum on Saturday.
The Lawrence community can tune in this week to hear more from Lawrence City Commission and school board candidates through two upcoming virtual forums sponsored by the Douglas County Democrats.
We gave Lawrence school board candidates a chance to update their answers to our earlier questionnaire as they proceed to the general election on Nov. 2.
The Lawrence school board heard tonight about district staff’s efforts to recruit BIPOC staff, fill positions and more; plus updates on enrollment and a message about “devious licks” from the superintendent.
The Lawrence school board on Monday will hear a report on recruitment and retention of BIPOC staff, consider reducing elective requirements for seniors this year and more.
As we near the general election on Nov. 2, several local groups are planning candidate forums to help Lawrence voters make up their minds.
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