The Fulton Public Schools Board of Education is set to meet Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. in the Fulton High School Commons.
The board will hear from transportation Director Bryan Abbott. According to meeting documents, 45 percent of FPS buses have accumulated more than 150,000 miles and 58 percent are 11 or more years old.
Assistant superintendent Chris Hubbuch will discuss planning for summer school. Currently the plan is to offer in-person K-12 summer school similar to 2019 offerings including extra assistance for grades K-5, remediation for 6-8 and credit recovery, health, personal finance and physical education courses for the high school.
Summer school will take place June 7 through July 2.
Hubbuch will also present a curriculum update. According to meeting documents, 66 students returned to in-person classes from virtual instruction, eight moved to homeschool learning from virtual instruction and 36 moved to virtual instruction from in-person learning.
Superintendent Ty Crain will present the board with a budget amendment including additional CARES funding, expenditure adjustments to account for virtual learners and funding for the Jobs for Americans Graduates program.
The agenda and meeting documents can be found at bit.ly/35yaQ91.
The board is made up with elected members of the community. In April, two seats on the board will be up for grabs.
Candidates interested in the three-year term have until Jan. 19 to file for election by visiting central office at 2 Hornet Drive.