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BoE planning progress summit
As families want their children to progress, Liberty County educators will explain how the schools are improving at the summit. - photo by Stock photo

The Liberty County School System will hold a Blueprint for Progress Summit on May 14 at the Board of Education building, Patti Crane, the district’s chief information officer, recently announced.
The one-day event will include a discussion on the system’s progress toward becoming a charter system, provide updates on the strategic-planning process and other topics.
The board also approved various action items on its agenda during the regular meeting April 14.
Chief Administrative Services Officer Jason Rogers announced that Midway Middle School will receive a new dishwasher through an equipment grant from the Department of Education. Two bids were received for the dishwasher: $30,977 from Norvell and $31,963 from Strategic Equipment & Supply. Norvell’s bid was approved.
Other board-approved action items included waiver requests to keep current classroom sizes, a seat time waiver for the county’s alternative schools and out-of-state travel for competitions and field trips.

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