STRONG — The Strong-Huttig School Board handled several items during a regular meeting held this week.

Board members heard a Fiscal Distress Report, authorized Superintendent Saul Lusk to draft a resolution concerning federal tax cuts, approved an Academic School Turnaround contract for 2012 - 2013, and discussed the Child Internet Protection Act, according to minutes that were submitted to the News-Times.

The board also accepted a resignation from Janet McComb, a long-term substitute.

Published: 11/17/2012