Article by Clay Crook-
The Lexington City Board of Education met on Tuesday evening, July 17th, wrapping up items needed before the start of the new school year. The board approved several annual actions, including the substitute report, student discipline hearing authority, and the local agricultural products compliance plan for Food Service. Action on the Tennessee School Board Association’s policy updates were tabled.
For this and other interesting stories, see the July 25th edition of The Lexington Progress.