CORBIN — Students who dwell exterior of the Corbin Independent School District could now have the chance to attend courses within the district thanks to a vote by the Corbin Independent Board of Education on Wednesday night.
During a special-called assembly, the board of training voted to approve the district’s participation in House Bill 563 which might allow nonresident college students to enroll in courses within the district. School districts had till July 1 to vote on the matter.
Board member Todd Childers made a movement to approve the district’s participation in permitting nonresident college students to enroll within the Corbin Independent School District below the stipulation that college students not be required to pay a further tuition. The coverage was unanimously handed.
Board members will additional talk about the insurance policies and procedures for the enrollment of these nonresident college students at their subsequent scheduled assembly, as faculty districts have till July 31 to get these insurance policies accredited.
During Wednesday night time’s assembly, the board of training additionally accredited a elevate for bus drivers for the 2022 summer time faculty session to $15 an hour, matching the speed of tutorial assistants and dietary staff for summer time faculty. The pay price will develop into efficient retroactively from June 1 by way of August 12.
Superintendent Dave Cox up to date board members on the architect candidates the district has obtained to this point for some of the district’s upcoming building initiatives together with putting in turf at Campbell Field, updates to Campbell Field’s concession stands and restrooms and renovations at Corbin High School and Auxiliary gymnasium.
Cox mentioned the district has obtained 5 architect candidates as of Wednesday night and had interviewed two of these candidates to this point. Cox is hoping to identify an architect by the July 5 bid commercial deadline throughout their special-called board of training assembly.