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JC Schools board to continue bond issue conversation, hear audit report

by Anna Campbell | December 8, 2022 at 4:02 a.m.
Superintendent Bryan McGraw greets a room full of new teachers Monday, Aug. 8, 2022, at the Capital City High School cafeteria in Jefferson City. (Anna Campbell/News Tribune photo)

The Jefferson City School District Board of Education will meet today to continue discussions about an April bond issue and hear about the results of its audit report.

The board met in November to decide on a plan for school improvements that could be developed into bond issue language for the April ballot.

The board selected a plan that would result in construction of a new early childhood center, relocation of Jefferson City Academic Center to the old early childhood center building and transformation of the old JCAC building into a meeting space.

The plan also includes technology upgrades across the district, renovations to both middle schools, expansion of Nichols Career Center and payment of certificates of participation from energy savings.

Superintendent Bryan McGraw is scheduled to give an update on the bond issue.

The board will also hear the results of an independent audit by Kerber, Eck and Braeckel LLP of St. Louis.

The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. at 204 Dix Road.

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