New Tech Moves Into New Classrooms

Ruston High School’s (RHS) New Tech @ Ruston (NT@R) students and teachers are moving into their new classrooms this week, it was announced last night at the regular meeting of the Lincoln Parish School Board (LPSB). The project converted an open space beneath the band room at the south end of the building into four classrooms.

See here earlier reporting on the subject.

LPSB Projects Proceeding at Ruston, Choudrant
Lincoln Parish School Board – New Tech, etc.

At the beginning of last night’s meeting, the entire board was sworn in – including new members Debbie Abrahm (District 12) and Danny Hancock (District 5) – by Lincoln Parish Clerk of Court Linda Cook.

New Business

As expected, the board unanimously approved scheduling an April 30, 2011 tax election for the Ruston School District. See this earlier news story for details.

Also discussed in new business were:

Construction project change order for New Tech @ Ruston

Substantial completion documentation for New Tech @ Ruston


Child Nutrition Supervisor Doris Marzett reported on this year’s plans for menus, taking into account healthy choices guidelines See here a sample menu.

Business Manage George Murphy reported on financials, noting that sales tax collections edged up slightly compared to the same month last year. He also reported on fund activity and balances for the month. See here the month ending 11/30/10 fund activity and balances, and compare to the 11/30/09 balance.

One Response to “New Tech Moves Into New Classrooms”

  1. wascator Says:

    I can’t imagine how a half-pint of whole milk once per day could hurt a kid. Sure did not hurt me.
    I can look back and see we had much better food than this when I was in school. We were kids and did not know any better than to gripe about some of it. A lot of what is on this menue would have been considered junk food back then.

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