Kenton Board of Education accepts 1.5 million dollar check

Posted on August 17, 2020

Kenton Board of Education approved the Schools Remote Learning Plan.

 

Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski says school administrators will work with students to customize their experiences. 

 

Substitute teachers, education assistants, cafeteria workers, and bus drivers are needed in order for this school year to be successful.

 

In addition to the remote plan, the board discussed lunch deliveries to students during remote learning. 

 

Meals will be delivered by school bus drivers to the student’s address.

 

Parents will fill out a form for each child which will automatically order a cold breakfast pack and a ready-to-heat lunch meal. 

 

Treasurer Jill Smith presented a check from Stifel , an investment company. Kenton City Schools refinanced bonds and saved taxpayers almost 1.5 million dollars.

 

Mayor Lynn Webb addressed the Board and expressed the city’s appreciation of the district’s hard work. Mayor Webb extended help from city administration.

 

County Commissioner Tim Striker informed board members of the census date change to the end of September. Census takers will start coming door-to-door. Striker reminded community members of how the census affects proper funding. 

 

The next Kenton Board of Education meeting will be September 21 at 7 p.m.


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