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From The News-Courier staff—
MUNDAY—After serving approximately 12,000 meals, the Munday Consolidated School District has ended the free food distribution program as of June 25.
During the June 18 MCISD board meeting, Superintendent Troy Parton said the district had distributed about 12,000 meals since it began April 1.
During the meeting, the board was introduced to two new coaches in the district, Karon Martindale, who will be the head girls track coach, and Clarissa Morales, who will be a girls assistant coach and junior high social studies teacher.
In other business, the trustees approved a revised amendment with Horsecreek Wind Farm, approved repairs to HVAC in the ag shop, approved the purchase of 70 new Chromebooks, agreed to a contract with Region 9 Education Service Center for services and accepted two property bids.
Trustees also discussed a quote for the gym floor but took no action. Parton said he will work out details and keep the board informed. He also told the board of four waivers for what received and two more he will be applying for after speaking with the administrative team.
Munday High Principal Brent Drury, Athletics Director Justin Josselet and Band Director Trey Singleton provided reports to the board.
The trustees went into executive session to discuss the details of the proposed settlement with Custom Construction about the doors and the building warranties.