On Tuesday, Nov. 14, the school board met again for a special meeting where it voted to authorize Horton and Myers to draft a letter to general contractor BMJS Contracting, Inc., the company currently constructing the PHS administration building. The letter requires the contractor to complete the project by Dec. 1 or face legal recourse.
Although the building received a temporary certificate of occupancy, there is a nine page "punch list" of items including interior drywall repairs and repainting, completing installation of molding, door plates, and weatherstripping.
A work session is planned for the Nov. 27 school board meeting.
The topic will be discipline at RCMS and PHS and the counseling office.
"The board has specifically asked that there be a period of time when the board listens to public input," Myers said.
Myers said she anticipates the board's Dec. 11 meeting agenda will include further discussion of the $217,794 carry-over and Microsoft funds that remain.