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Swine flu on agenda for school board meeting Monday

A report on the possible ramifications of the H1N1 flu virus on the schools is one of the items on the agenda for Monday’s Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education meeting.
Assistant Superintendent Dr. Walter Hart and Leonard Wood, director of the Rowan County Health Department, will present the report at the 5 p.m. meeting. The board meets at the school system’s administrative offices at 110 N. Long St. in East Spencer.
Another item on the agenda is the adoption of a 2009-2010 budget resolution now that anticipated local, state and federal funding is now known. The school system has been operating under a continuing budget resolution based on the 2008-2009 budget.
Other agenda items include:
– Consideration of selling about 15 acres next to Isenberg Elementary;
– A request from the city of Salisbury for an 8-foot easement around Salisbury High School for the construction of sidewalks.
– Submission for first reading of proposed amendments to policies on compulsory attendance, code of conduct and investigations and arrests by police.

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