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School expenditures approved in March

by Amber McDown

During the March 13 school board meeting, the Webster Parish School Board approved numerous expenditures to help maintain and improve campuses across Webster Parish.

Doyline High School will use the Doyline Maintenance Fund to pay an invoice of $4,260 to Mechanical Cooling Services for replacing the HVAC system evaporator coils in the kitchen area.

Johnson Controls will be paid for work performed at Minden High School: $3,052.56 for a cooling tower lube service, $2,058.64 for replacing the ignition board and thermowell in boiler #2, and $7,990.50 for a service agreement for the chillers. This will all be paid out of the District #6  ½ Cent Sales Tax Fund.

Webster Junior High School will be receiving two ice machines from Hodges Services LLC for $13,134.98 including installation. This will also be paid for out of the District #6  ½ Cent Sales Tax Fund.

North Webster Junior High will be having the visitor bleachers at their football stadium pressure washed by Christopher Bowers for $3,500 using the Sarepta Maintenance Fund.

The Webster Parish School Board continually seeks to improve and maintain their campuses across the parish to give students excellent environments to learn in. School board meetings are open to the public. The next meeting will be held at the school board office on April 3, 2023, at 6 PM.

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