- Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 August 2013 18:38
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The King George School Board this week unanimously approved a motion as recommended by Superintendent Rob Benson to direct him to request the Board of Supervisors that if they have any funds remaining in their 2012-13 fund balance to fund the purchase of a dishwasher at Potomac Elementary School.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 August 2013 10:07
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RECENT PURCHASES ADD UP TO $407,164
The King George School Board approved the purchase of 55 additional laptop computers and software licenses this week at a cost of $58,080, saying the additional computers were needed to complete the replacement of seven-year old laptops at the high school.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 August 2013 09:41
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Benson gets A+ from School Board
“Mr. Benson has exceeded expectations in his first year as Superintendent of King George County Schools. He has been proactive in many situations by implementing changes that should improve our school division. Mr. Benson demonstrates a great passion for King George County, its schools, students and staff.”
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 August 2013 00:47
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The King George School Board is hoping to ‘fix’ its salary scales.
By ‘fixing,’ members appear to mean getting two percent increments between each of the steps on each of the scales.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 June 2013 18:10
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The King George School Board approved salary scales earlier this month that are designed to achieve two percent increases for the 2013-14 fiscal year, which begins on July 1.
Salary scales were approved for the upcoming year for all employees, including those for teachers, therapists, paraprofessionals, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, school and guidance secretaries, central office and
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 22:53
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The School Board is once again considering future uses for the former middle school building.
That topic came up at last week’s meeting on Feb. 25, while the School Board was discussing a proposed Capital Improvements Program (CIP) request to the county totaling $8.1 million that is expected to be finalized at next week’s meeting on March 11. The proposal contains 15 projects.
The former middle school building was ceremoniously closed for student use in June 2009. That took place after the completion and opening of a new 1,700-pupil high school earlier that year, built at a cost of over $42 million.