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Trustees, new positions recognized at WISD board meeting

by | Feb 3, 2016 | Education

By Nancy Whitney

Staff Writer

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A surprise presentation from students representing each WISD elementary campus had trustees heads “bobbling around” during the information and recognition packed January meeting last week.

Trustees were recognized for School Board Trustee Month and given bobble head dolls in their likeness. In addition students read words of gratitude for each trustee and presented comic books and an assortment of gifts from each campus in the district.

CFO Michele Trongaard presented the budget calendar for the 2016-’17 school year. In February, budget packets will be distributed, at which time per pupil allocations, specific budget needs and the mechanics of budgeting will be addressed. Special requests will be due Feb. 26 to department heads.

On March 4, budgets will be due to the Finance Department and between March and April, campus and department budgets will be reviewed. Additionally, at that time, payroll budgets will be developed.

The first draft of the budget will be completed April 1 and the chief appraiser will verify an estimate of taxable value at that time. On June 20 the budget will be presented to the Board of Trustees during the regular board meeting.

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Students from seven elementary schools recognized Wylie ISD Trustees at the January School Board meeting for School Board Appreciation Month. Pictured front row, from left, Canon Pohlmeier, Max Halligan, Keagan Smith, Bella Moore, Ansley Hillin, Kade Bellamy and Michael Heller. Pictured back row, from left, are School Board President Heather Leggett, Trustee Mitch Herzog, Trustee Lance Goff, Trustee Stacie Gooch, Trustee Barbara Goss, Trustee Joe Stooksberry and Tom Westhora.

Students from seven elementary schools recognized Wylie ISD Trustees at the January School Board meeting for School Board Appreciation Month. Pictured front row, from left, Canon Pohlmeier, Max Halligan, Keagan Smith, Bella Moore, Ansley Hillin, Kade Bellamy and Michael Heller. Pictured back row, from left, are School Board President Heather Leggett, Trustee Mitch Herzog, Trustee Lance Goff, Trustee Stacie Gooch, Trustee Barbara Goss, Trustee Joe Stooksberry and Tom Westhora.

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