Just weeks after voters approved a bond issue to build a new K-12 building, the Carlisle Board of Education will consider the resignation of a board member as well as a new contract for teachers at tonight’s meeting.
Board member David Clay submitted his resignation over the weekend, Superintendent Larry Hook confirmed with this news outlet.
The board will appoint a new member to the board in the coming weeks and that seat will be one of three that will be open in the Nov. 7 general election.
Also on tonight’s agenda is consideration of a new three-year contract for the district’s teachers. Hook declined to comment on the details of the new agreement with the Carlisle Teachers Association prior to the board meeting.
Hook is also expected to give an update about the new K-12 building. He said he will be meeting with officials from the Ohio School Financing Commission today and will update the board on those discussions.
The Carlisle Board of Education will meet at 5:50 p.m. for the public hearing, with the regular meeting starting at 6 p.m. in the choir/lecture room at Carlisle High School, 250 Jamaica Road.