Demopolis BOE passes resolutions for QZAB funding
Another step was taken Tuesday morning toward Demopolis High School receiving new air conditioning units.
The school has been approved for a federally funded Qualified Zone Academy Bond at zero percent interest over 15 years, and two resolutions were passed Tuesday morning at a called board meeting concerning the QZAB money.
The first resolution passed established Demopolis High School as a Qualified Zone Academy. In order to qualify for this distinction, 35 percent of the student body must be on reduced or free lunches, and Demopolis meets that qualification.
The second resolution the board passed authorized the issuance of QZAB warrants in the principal amount of $1,900,000.
The board also approved several personnel recommendations from Superintendent Dr. Al Griffin. The recommendations are as follows:
•Employ Sylvia Tate as special education teacher at Westside Elementary School
•Accept resignation of Westside Elementary aide Sharon Moore
•Open Westside Elementary aide position until Sept. 10
•Approve Family and Medical Leave request from Ralph Mullen
•Transfer Tara Harris from Demopolis High School CNP cook to Westside Elementary CNP assistant manager
•Open DHS CNP cook position until Sept. 10
•Approve Brad Daniels at head soccer coach
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