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Pawnee City School Board approves expenses
02/12/2020

(KLZA)-- The Pawnee City Board of Education approved a proposal from Diode Technologies to replace the phone and P.A. System for the entire campus at a cost of nearly $52,700 when they met Monday evening.

The money to pay for the new system will come from the Depreciation Fund.  

Board members also approved renewal of the Pawnee City School District's membership in the Nebraska Association of School Boards for 2020-21. The dues are $3,458. 

The district's “Transportation” policy was amended to allow for “Emergency Route” pickup and drop off locations. 

The annual Pawnee City Public Schools Education Foundation financial report was approved.  

Board members also approved a number of  expenses for the Foundation including supplies,  support for the Food Bank backpack program,  scholarships and dual credit course reimbursements. 

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