Cleveland Heights-University Heights Board of Education meeting highlights 4-21-2015
APRIL 21, 2015
- Facilities expenditures
- Facilities planning
- Clock tower
- Math curriculum
All board members were present.
The board approved the revised Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) for the kitchen, landscape and fence package. Total value is $259,496; $250,000 was budgeted. The board also approved a change order to cover further repairs needed for the Wiley theater and a rooftop air handler unit for the auto-tech space at Delisle Center.
The board was updated on the facilities planning. The Cleveland Heights planning commission approved the site plan, including parking on Washington Boulevard. A five-page list of sustainable strategies indicated that most were incorporated into the plans. Items that were not incorporated were due to cost.
The clock tower will be repaired.
The board heard a first reading of the math curriculum series for grade 6–12. Robert Swaggard, coordinator of educational services, reported on the work of the committee and the piloting of two series this past year. The series, Larson Big Ideas, has a technology component.
The board heard a report on district testing and how it informs instruction.
LWV Observer: Adele Cohn.
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