Treasurer Robert Kuehnle will discuss renewal levies on the May ballot and recommend the awarding of a bid for demolition of the former Newman Elementary School when the Mansfield City Schools Board of Education meets on Tuesday evening, Sept. 20. The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Raemelton administration building, 856 W. Cook Road.

Kuehnle also will ask board approval of the district’s five-year financial forecast and propose a health savings account plan for administrators which would be available to all other employees.

Superintendent Brian Garverick will recommend renewal of contracted Reading Recovery services with Ashland University and an agreement for mathematics professional development consultants from Ohio State University-Mansfield. Both will be grant-funded.

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