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story.lead_photo.caption The Fulton School District 58 Board of Education will hold its June meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Fulton High School Commons. Photo by Paula Tredway / Fulton Sun.

The Fulton School District 58 Board of Education will discuss its plans for a safe return to in-person instruction at its June meeting Wednesday night.

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in the Fulton High School Commons.

The district administration has recommended the board readopt the Return to Learn update in accordance with the DESE requirements.

Assistant Superintendent Dr. Chris Hubbach will give a curriculum update as well as a report of the local assessment data from i-Ready and NWEA during the 2020-21 school year.

Board members will also take action on the handbooks for the 2021-22 school year.

The district administration will recommend that board members give their OK to adopt FY 22 Budget with anticipated operating revenues of $24,512,348 and anticipated total expenditures of $24,493,093 as developed by the FPS staff.

The administration is also recommending the board approve the 2021-22 Game and Gate Pay Schedule.

In other new business Wednesday night, Superintendent Dr. Ty Crain will talk to board members about readopting Policy BBFA: Board Member Conflict of Interest and Financial Disclosure as well as approving the Athletic Sponsorship with BSN Sports for a three year Nike agreement.

In district reports Wednesday night, the facilities committee chair will update the board on progress related to the 2020 bond issue. Karen Snethen and Jen Meyerhoff will give an update on Bright Futures.

Board members will discuss Board of Education Vacancy Declaration. Verdis Lee Sr. has provided his request to resign and step down as a board member effective at the end of June 9. The vacancy will be filled in accordance with Board Policy BBE.

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