The Payson Unified School District school board could settle the fate of the Frontier Elementary school site tonight at a special meeting.
The board will meet at 5 p.m. in the district office, 902 W. Main Street, and discuss offers made on the building in executive session. The public meeting will resume at about 5:30 p.m. and the board could announce what will become of the space, which has sat empty since the district closed it two years ago.
The board has considered other offers, but so far, none have satisfied the $1.25 million dollar price tag the board has placed on the property and buildings.
In addition to the property discussion, the board will consider a new staffing model for all campuses, look at approving proposals for salary schedules, and evaluate job descriptions for principals, the assistant principal, student achievement director, special education director, and a career and technical education teacher for the high school.
The public is invited to attend and make any comments when the public meeting resumes.