The regular school year is over. High school graduation is Saturday. And when the Niagara Falls School Board will meets tonight, it will be the last for incumbent Board member Jeanette Stypa (pictured, photo by Derek Gee/Buffalo News file photo).
The board will meet in the Central Administration Building, 630 66th St.
An agenda review session begins at 5:30 p.m., while the voting agenda is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
Here are a few highlights from tonight's agenda:
- The review session will include a presentation from Niagara University officials about a potential partnership between the district and the university.
- Two requested change orders for contracts awarded to Scrufari Construction for parking lot work.
- A report on the district's graduation rate.
Art Jocoy Jr. won a seat on the board in May's election by getting the second-most votes, and his term begins Wednesday. The other incumbent, Nicholas Vilardo, was the top vote getter and will return to the board for another term.
Click here for a link to the school board's full agenda and supporting materials.
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-- Aaron Besecker
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