Chartiers Valley sets budget timeline
By Megan Guza
Published: Wednesday, May 1, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
The Chartiers Valley School Board set up a proposed timeline at its April 23 meeting for adopting and approving the 2013-14 budget.
District officials plan to adopt a proposed budget at the May 14 board meeting. The proposed budget will be released to the public June 5.
The public will have just under three weeks to inspect the proposed budget, with the board giving a notice of intent to adopt on June 15. The board aims to officially adopt a final budget at the June 25 meeting.
Calling all architects and engineers
The district is looking for CV community members who are engineers or architects to sit on a volunteer advisory team.
In the fall, the school board hired Architectural Innovations to study the architectural and engineering aspects of the district's facilities. The agency will make recommendations based on the study as to how the district can continue to maintain or improve the facilities. District officials are seeking input from community experts as school officials look at their options.
To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org your full name, credentials, current employer and whether there could be any personal benefit from any potential CV design changes or facility updates.
The advisory team will meet in June to look at Architectural Innovation's recommendations. The team will provide feedback and, in turn, make a recommendation to the school board and administration.
The board approved the resignation of the varsity girls basketball coach, the assistant varsity wrestling coach and the school nurse. The district did not release the reasons for resignations.
In addition, the board approved a middle school cheer coach or the fall and the winter, a high school yearbook sponsor, assistant football coach and additions to the list of instructional and non-instructional substitutes.
Megan Guza is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-388-5810.
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