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Routine business sums up Copiah Schools Board meeting

Routine business was transacted at the November 4 meeting of the Copiah County School Board. Bids were accepted on two surplus mobile homes located on Wesson school property. A detailed financial report indicated that balances are similar to previous years at this time of the session except that proceeds from a bond issue supplement total receipts even though state funding for the district will be below the previous year. Two resignations/retirements, employment of a non -certified bus driver, three additions to the substitute roster, employment of a part time tutor and two requests for leave sum up the personnel matters. Superintendent Clopton announced the Thanksgiving holidays November 25-29 and urged board members to vote. After approval of loans, transfers and claims, the board adjourned until December 2 at 3 p.m.

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