Woodward County Commissioners will meet Monday morning in the Courthouse for a regularly scheduled meeting at 10 a.m.

The Woodward County Board of Education will meet Monday evening at 6 p.m. in the administration building.

County Commissioners will open several bids during their meeting:

Six-month emulsion, county wide

Six-month limestone chips

Six-month contract hauling

Six-month grader blades and bolts

Yearly bid for election ballots

Six-month track hoe services

Six-month tires, county wide

Commissioners will take action on monthly reports of officers for November followed by a resolution determining maximum monthly highway expenditures for December.

Commissioners will possibly approve a previously opened bid for security cameras and a sweeper/scrubber for the Event Center.

The board will discuss and possibly approve closing the Courthouse on Dec. 21 at 1 p.m. for the Christmas Holiday.

Commissioners will take action on payroll and purchase orders before adjourning the meeting.

The Board of Education will have a busy meeting with reports from Brad Logan on the annual accounting of dropouts and college remediation rates and Jerry Burch with the Accountability Report Card.

The board will also take action on a consent agenda followed by a request for approval of State Aid and/or Federal Fund for General Fund.

The board will take action on a Lida Hawkins Certified Teacher Recruitment Stipend as presented for December 2018.

A vote will be taken to possibly enter an executive session to take action on the December District Personnel Report and a quarterly performance evaluation of Kyle Reynolds, superintendent of schools.