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By Whitney Wyatt/The Red River Sun—
CHILDRESS – The Childress Independent School District (CISD) Board of Trustees met on Monday, Nov. 9 in the CISD board room and approved the canvassing of the election results to declare the results of Place 4 Matt Stone and Place 5 Carol Freeman.
The motion was made by Lori Rabe, and Jay Teague seconded it, according to the minutes. The vote was unanimous. Rabe also made a motion to retain current board officers: Doug Daniel as president, Craig Darter as vice president, Freeman as secretary. Jay Teague seconded it, and the vote was unanimous.
Business Manager Karen Leonard presented the monthly bills and financial reports, the minutes stated. In the superintendent report, Superintendent Carl Taylor stated an elevator company visited the Junior High to evaluate the elevator and what could be done to update it. After another company evaluates it, Taylor said he will obtain quotes to present to the board.
According to the minutes, new cameras were ordered for all buses to replace the current ones at a cost of approximately $27,000. Consent agenda items were approved with a motion by Freeman and a second by Stacey Wellborn. Campus principals gave reports on each of their campuses.
The board entered executive session at 7:35 p.m. and exited at 8:50 p.m., the minutes stated. The meeting adjourned at 8:51 p.m.