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Nespelem School Board Briefs

 


Nespelem Elementary School’s board of directors saw new uniforms introduced at their meeting Sept. 21, which had been moved ahead from Sept. 26 so that Superintendent Rich Stewart could attend an Impact Aid conference in Washington D.C.

Principal Debra Pankey told the board that two Nespelem students are taking algebra at the school through the Spokane Virtual Academy.

The board approved a first reading of a new nutrition and fitness policy.

They also approved the hiring of Leslie Moses and Cindy St. Pierre as paraprofessionals. The board accepted the resignation of Lisa Guzman as cheerleader advisor.


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