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Aquaculture and ISS facilities need renovations

By Lacy HIlliard
The Johnson County School Board met in regular session on September 11, 2014. This month the board traveled to picturesque Shady Valley Elementary School for the September meeting. The board continues to meet in a different location each month and will do so until the permanent handicap accessible meeting room housed within the administration building has finished undergoing renovations. All board members were in attendance, including Bill Gambill who was welcomed back after several absences due to ongoing medical issues. New but returning member Kenneth Gregg was also in attendance at the September meeting.
The board immediately got down to the business of electing a new board chair and vice-chair at the September meeting. Kevin Long is the newly elected board chair as a result of a nomination made by Brad Dunn and second motion to approve made by Howard Carlton. The new vice-chair of the Johnson County School Board is Brad Dunn in a nomination made by Howard Carlton and a second motion to approve made by Bill Gambill.
Following the election of chair and vice-chair, a presentation was given by Shady Valley Elementary School Principal Richard Price, who shared with the board a slideshow about Shady Valley’s past, present and future. The slideshow contained photos of Shady Valley through the years including photos of former and present students. For the rest of the story, pick up a copy of this week's Tomahawk.