In what will likely be a short Floyd County School Board meeting on Wednesday, members are slated to discuss the millage rate and in-person graduation plans.
The in-person meeting will begin at 8 a.m. in the administration building at 600 Riverside Parkway.
“We will meet in the boardroom and will be spread out in order to practice safe social distancing,” Robin Borders, the executive assistant to the superintendent of Floyd County Schools, wrote in an email.
The board will review their proposed millage rate, which is not expected to increase this year. The school system — like many across the state — is still waiting on the state budget to get passed and finalized before they pass their own budget.
There also will be a brief update on in-person graduation plans at the meeting. Board members will then take a vote on the purchase of two buses, personnel changes and the system’s liability insurance contract.