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School board to discuss layoff policies

SALISBURY ó The Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education will consider amending a number of personnel policies at its meeting Monday.
Among the policies being considered are those dealing with how school administrators are selected, how the board determines which employees to lay off if budget cuts make that necessary, and how employee grievances are addressed.
The board will meet at 5 p.m. at school system administrative offices, 110 S. Long St. in East Spencer.
Other policies to be discussed deal with promotions, demotions, resignations, terminations and suspensions, evaluation of work performance and employee assignments or reassignments.
The board will also consider proposed changes to the Code of Conduct and the policy on students bringing prescription medications to school.
The board will also:
Consider a request from West Rowan FFA to attend a national competition in Oklahoma City, Okla.
Receive ěstate of the schoolî reports from Principal Kelly Sparger of East Rowan High School and Principal Kelly Withers of Jesse Carson High School.
Hear a presentation by Darrell Blackwelder about programs the Cooperative Extension Service has initiated in the schools.
Hold a closed session to discuss a personnel issue.

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