GHS hoping to improve baseball fields
Published 4:00 am Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Pike County Schools Superintendent Dr. Mark Bazzell gave the board of education a heads-up Monday afternoon on a proposed Goshen Sports Boosters project that is gaining momentum.
Bazzell said the Sports Boosters are seeking ways to bring the GHS baseball field up to standards equal to those of the softball field.
“We have been talking with the Sports Boosters about the project,” Bazzell said. “I just wanted to make you [the board] aware that the Sports Boosters are working toward improving the baseball field before you hear it elsewhere.”
The board met in short regular session Monday and approved Child Nutrition bids for the 2015-2016 school year and gave permission for summer school programs. The board also granted permission to teachers’ requests to attend a variety of summer workshops and conferences and also for supervised student trips.
In board action, the board:
• Approved permission to award the Child Nutrition bid for milk to Borden Dairy for the 2015-2016 school year.
• Approved permission award the Child Nutrition bid for the pest control to Meeks Termite and Pest Control for the 2015-2016 school year.
• Approved permission to hold the enrichment summer school program, Camp Brundidge, at Pike County Elementary School.
• Approved permission to hold summer school for grades 9-12 with Jeff McClure serving as facilitator. Summer school will be held at the Pike County Alternative Learning School.
• Approved permission for the pre-engineering students and advisors to attend and participate in the National SkillsUSA Competition in Louisville, Kentucky, June 22-17.
• Approved permission to take the Pike County High School band students to Disney World March 2016 to perform for Festival Disney.
•Approved permission for Kimberly Dunn and Cristin Dillard to attend the 2015 Alabama Educational Technology Conference June 9-11.
• Approved permission for Latoya Gay and Shondra Whitaker to attend the College-Ready Writers Program Summer Partnership Institute in St. Louis, Missouri June 23-25.
• Approved permission for Stephanie Snyder to attend the Alabama Education Technology Conference in Birmingham June 10-12.
• Approved permission for Cindy Edwards, Pike County Elementary School, and Sharon Sullivan and Dr. Coretta Gholston, Pike County High School, to attend the MEGA Conference in Mobile July 20-24.
• Approved permission for Lee Scott, Banks School, to attend the 2015 CLAS Conference, June 14-17 in Montgomery.
• Approved permission for the Goshen High School Lady Eagles basketball team to attend camp in Nashville, Tennessee, June 9-12, conditional on additional supervision for the trip.