On Monday evening, the Herscher CUSD2 Board met at Limestone School. Rich Decman, District Superintendent, reported that the annual inspection of the school district buildings was positive. The buildings were deemed clean, orderly, and conducive to a safe educational environment.

Brad Elliot, Herscher High School principal, announced the success of the Cross Country team, and first place finisher, Drew Rogers at last weekend’s State Meet.

The board reviewed the proposed 2019 School District 4.8% Tax Levy which should slighty lower the tax burden of property owners in the District.

In addition, the board declared district owned items as surplus, and awarded the $148,750 bid regarding Chrome books, Chrome book licenses and charging carts. 

The board also adopted a Resolution to Abate the Working Cash Fund.

Regarding personnel, Jason Hurt resigned as Technology Specialist Assistant, and Sam Stowe was appointed HHS Volunteer Assistant Basketball Coach.