At tonight's board meeting, the WCSC Board of School Trustees:
Heard from Lisa Glon, spokesperson for the Northern Lakes Area Concerned Citizens Association, a local group that has been publicly opposing the proposed ethanol plant near the town of Milford. The group asked the school board to consider writing a letter to the county commissioners expressing their concerns about the proposed location. Three members voted to send a letter opposing the plant and one member abstained stating that he didn't have enough information since the board only heard from those opposed.
Accepted donations from the Pamida Foundation, Shoop Foundation and Women of Today
Approved the minutes, claims and personnel items
Heard a report from the Dr. Stock titled, "The Top Ten Things You Might Not Know About Wawasee.... but won't hear on David Lettermen either."
Approved the financial report
Approved wage increases for certified and classified employees and the WCEA master agreement.
Heard a report from the superintendent on the months activities
Announced that the January meeting has been moved from the 9th to the 17th.