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Johnson-Brock Board of Education Meets

(KLZA)--The Johnson-Brock Board of Education met with Tia Miller with the Teammates program during their Tuesday meeting.  

While the Mentors and mentees are unable to meet in person at this time due to COVID,  the group is sponsoring an outdoor movie following the football game Friday night with the community invited to attend.

Superintendent Jeff Koehler discussed the Board of Education goals,  football seating and options for a new school car. 

The Board approved the purchase of  car from Sid Dillon in an amount of $18,494. 

Koehler advised the Board members that the Foundation and Booster club would have funds available to help with the expense of new seating at the football field.

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