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October 13, 2013

School board to set election date

Woodward, Okla. — The Woodward Public Schools Board of Education will be setting another election during their next monthly meeting Monday at 6 p.m. in the school administration building.

This time though the school board will be setting a vote to elect a board member for board Office No. 4, which has a 5-year term of office. Doris Ames currently holds the office.

In relation to that election, the board will also consider a request to close 2 split precincts, No. 300303 and No. 770203, which have 100 or fewer registered voters and Precinct No. 770105 which currently has 0 active/inactive voters.

The board will also address a resolution allowing the treasurer to deposit interest from the district's Co-o Fund into the General Fund.

Several hirings are also on the agenda including a bus driver, a child nutrition secretary and 2 ECC cafeteria workers, a custodian for Horace Mann, a special education paraprofessional for the middle school, 2 Boomer Kids Club workers and a district payroll clerk.

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