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From The News-Courier staff—
MUNDAY—The Munday Consolidated Independent School District board of trustees approved an agreement to utilize the Abilene ISD School of the Deaf if needed and the consent agenda at its regular monthly meeting lasty Thursday.
Public hearings were held for the Elementary TIP program and the district’s FIRST rating.
Two of the senior members of The Purple Cloud band, which will advance to the area contest, were recognized by the trustees.
Principals Brent Drury and Kristi Bufkin reported that 152 students were enrolled at the secondary school and 222 at the elementary.
Among upcoming events mentioned were the online (live streamed) Christmas program at the elementary, the second Christmas concert, community service projects by high school students and the 1,100 cans collected for the food bank.
Supt. Troy Parton reported a camera had been installed in the gym that allows for fans from anywhere to watch basketball games using a subscription from NFHS. See website or Facebook page for more information.
Earlier that week, newly-elected trustee Keith Kuehler and returning board members were sworn in and the trustees worked on district goals in training.