The submitted budget showed approximately $9.7 million in revenue and approximately $10.1 million in expenses.
The biggest changes include removing the gradual return of students in two week intervals by grade level.
Petzke said the new site will be more user friendly and will also allow district staff to be trained to post updates.
“Parents are frustrated. They say, I know what I want my student to do, but I don’t know how to make them do it.”
It has a dual purpose of breaking down stereotypes that exist in all schools and promoting the 40 Developmental Assets.
Athletic Director Derick Cox said that the idea is only in the brainstorming phase at this point with no plans to begin a program this school year. He added that for now the seventh and eighth grade programs would remain as they are.
United Way of Whiteside County’s Erie sessions are from 6:30 to 7:15 p.m. Oct. 13, 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22.
At Monday night's board meeting Superintendent Dr. John Petzke will present options his team has discussed to try and bring more students back into district buildings.
Aides, Lexi Scobee and Rita Lawrence asked students to create cards for residents at the Allure Nursing Facility in Prophetstown with a theme "Thinking of You".
Filing dates are December 14-21, 2020, at the County Clerk’s Office in Morrison.