Heading into the summer months the Carrollton education system will launch three-year relationship with Westbrook and Company out of Richmond, Missouri.  The business will serve as the district’s new auditor.  Superintendent Judith Delaney considers the partnership an investment…


During the Tuesday night session board members agreed to seek bids for the purchase and installation of an intercom systems for the career center and the 7-12th grade building.  They will also request proposals for tuck-pointing one of the structures…


Bids will need to be submitted to the administration building by mid-June.  In other business members decided to place the three lots where the Root School was located up for auction.  The details for the sale process will come together in the weeks ahead.  Delaney says the land, which is located on the south side of Carrollton, is zoned residential..


Details on the auction process for the Root property will be made available at a later date.  Meanwhile, in an effort to assist faculty with health coverage, a change in the district plan was made..


In other business board members heard from students and faculty who have embraced technology in the education process.  Next year some courses will incorporate some of the latest tools which also translates into the latest information..


Board members offered commendation for two members of the faculty who will retire once this school session comes to a close.  Special Education teacher Mary McCoy is retiring after 23 years of service.  Head of Maintenance Ben Davis who’s been with the district for 7 years has also decided to retire.