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Trustees List Top School Projects

The Culbertson School board trustees ranked top future projects during their monthly meeting held on Tuesday, Nov. 15.

Culbertson Superintendent of Schools Larry Crowder explained the goal was to come up with what trustees felt were the top five goals. Because of a tie, six projects were selected.

The top projects included new playground equipment, completing a strategic plan, return of a family and consumer science program, reviewing the language arts curriculum, an old armory facelift and being in the top 10 academically for the state.

Crowder explained that strategic planning was taking place, but then COVID shut down the process.

He noted that the amount of oil and gas revenue will play a role in determining the completion of some projects. The old armory facelift may be done over a period of years.

Other projects considered including a student aboard program, having a four day school week, new sprinklers, improving the football/ track facility, Farm to Table program, having local beef for the school foods program and activity bus replacement.

Projects receiving the number one score from various trustees were completing the strategic plan, a four day school week and activity bus replacement.

Input from staff members included new playground equipment as number one, a four day school week, return of a family and consumer science program and being in the top 10 academically.

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