Coweta Board of Education meets on Tuesday

by Celia Shortt

The Coweta County Board of Education will be holding its regular monthly meeting on Monday at 6:30 p.m. at its office on Jackson Street.

Business at that meeting will include:

• Appoint 2013 Georgia School Board Association's legislative liaison.

• Appoint Non-Discrimination, Title IX and Equity in Sports compliance coordinator.

• Approve resolution for waiver of Minimum Direct Classroom Expenditures.


• Approve an amendment to the memorandum of understanding agreement with the Coweta County Water and Sewer Authority and CCSS for Sewer Work at Poplar Road Elementary School.


• Approve early payrolls for November (22) and December (20) 2013.

The school board will also be recognizing students and parents for some recent achievements.




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