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School board briefs


• Grand Coulee Dam School District board member Richard Black will pass out diplomas to over 40 seniors at ceremonies scheduled for June 10. He was selected from among members of the board at its May 22 meeting.

• The school board has delayed its next meeting to June 5 to allow any senior not on the graduation list to make an appeal before the school board.

• The school district will accept up to 16 students for summer driver education classes.

The cost is on a graduated scale, Superintendent Paul Turner stated. For a class of 11 students, the cost would be $410 each; for a full class of 16 the cost would drop to $340.

• The school board accepted two resignations at its May 22 meeting. Mary Schilling resigned from her duties as grant writer, and Tiffany Gerard resigned as advisor to the Honor Society.

• Average attendance of full-time students at Lake Roosevelt Schools for the month of May was 717.

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