Wolf Creek Public Schools board meeting – April 18th, 2019

Board approves international field trip; deliberates budget; discusses dangers of vaping

Alix MAC – Asia Trip 2020

The Board approved an international trip request by Alix MAC for Beijing, Xi-an, Shanghai and Hong Kong for March 18 to 29, 2020. The trip is during Spring Break and the itinerary focuses on many curricular ties and life experiences.

Budget Deliberations

The Board continued its initial budget examinations and expectations, in advance of its preliminary budget deliberations on April 29.

Vaping Educational Supports

The Board discussed ways to offer information and educational supports regarding the dangers of vaping for students.

Mission, Vision and Values Stakeholders Meeting

The Board discussed the upcoming stakeholders meeting, that will include student representation, as a followup to the recent Thoughtexchange for WCPS’ Mission, Vision and Values.

Ward Review

The Board created plans to begin its ward review with a consultant, on May 13.

-Submitted by Wolf Creek Public Schools

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