DANVILLE — Before its regular meeting on Monday, the Danville school board held a reception to say hello to new employees and to bid farewell to recent retirees.
The board also commended the custodial, transportation and maintenance crews on a job well done this summer.
Treasurer Mary Payne told the News an audit has been completed and Danville is “A OK” on attendance reporting. She said attendance data is important because it affects the district report card score and also impacts school funding.
Payne reported the superintendent presented a plan for safety monitoring at the K-8 building, particularly focused on foot traffic and vehicle traffic at the intersection. The plan was developed by former teacher Jim Holmes, she said.
The rest of the meeting, Payne said, was largely routine.
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