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story.lead_photo.caption Paula Tredway/FULTON SUN The New Bloomfield R-3 School District Board of Education will hear from Irl Scissors and Bo McGee regarding the Guthrie Solar Project at 6 p.m. today during its November meeting in the district boardroom.

NEW BLOOMFIELD, Mo. — The New Bloomfield R-3 School District Board of Education will hear from Irl Scissors and Bo McGee today regarding the Guthrie Solar Project during its meeting in the district boardroom.

The meeting starts at 6 p.m.

The board also will look to:

- Approve resolution for the sale and issuance of the Series 2021 General Obligation Refunding Bonds to L.J. Hart & Company.

- Approve the Memorandum of Understanding with Nichols Career Center for 2021-22 tuition amounts.

- Rescind and adopt district policies I-130-P, 1-205-P, I-140-P, S-120-P and S-145-P.

Board members will also hear annual reports from New Bloomfield high school Counselor Dara Reinkemeyer and elementary counselor Siobhanna Mayotte.

Director of nutritional services Alicia Wise will also present a monthly report on food services.

New Bloomfield Middle and High School Principal Paul Cloudwright and Elementary Principal Jennifer Fletcher will give the board a monthly report on enrollment, attendance, professional development, and news and recognition.

Superintendent Sarah Wisdom will speak to the board about monthly finances, the district's budget, Partners in Education, the facilities and COVID-19.

Under old business tonight, board members will look at COVID-19 cases in the district, community usage of buildings and their Safe Return to In-Person Instruction & Continuity of Service Plan.

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