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"These are things we can do to trim a little bit to get through the tough times," Hornbeck said. "As of today the state owes (the Hoopeston School district) $399,000 and are 150 days behind in payments."

The approved budget cuts will include one teacher retirement, reduction of one speech language paraprofessional position, reduction of one section of sixth grade, cut one custodial position, reduce summer custodial help by 50 percent, reduce the athletic Comprar Levitra budget, reduce building/district/technology budgets by 15 percent, reduce PBIS budget by 10 percent, and include a one year freeze on the purchase of athletic uniforms, textbook purchases and bus purchases.

Hornbeck explained the reduction of one section of the sixth grade was due to the lower enrollment. Previously the fifth and sixth grades had 120 students in each section. Today there are only 95 100 in each.

"It was a good time to reduce one section of the sixth grade," Hornbeck said.

Also approved was the reduction of one section of Early Childhood Special Education, reduced 13 positions of ARRA Title I and ARRA Special Education Aides, cut one certified position and one aide position in the CARE program, and three reading improvement aides

"If we do get some of the Title I money over the summer," Hornbeck said, " we can hire some of these people back."

Hornbeck said that VASE had cut $650,000 from its budget at the March board meeting.

Approved and gave the oath of office to Chris Small as the new Dianabol Atlas-Dom school board member. Small replaced Steve Highfill, who moved away from the area.

Approved ADT's bid for the new security system at the high school and middle school. Forty one cameras will be installed at the high school and middle school and six door card readers and visitors button at the high school for a total cost of $57,000. The system will be paid for through donations from the Caudle Foundation and the City of Hoopeston, according to Hornbeck.

Learned that Spring Break would be March 28 through April 2. School resumes April 5.

Learned that Hoopeston Regional Health Center was treating Maple Grade School to the movie "Muppets In Outer Space" at the Lorraine Theatre on April 7, Honeywell Grade School and John Greer Grade School will see "How To Train Your Dragon" on April 5 and April 6.

Learned some proposed changes were considered in the high school curriculum next year. The changes would make the agriculture curriculum stronger. Seniors not interested in calculus would have the option of a statistics class, anatomy and physiology "´╗┐Anadrol 50" would replace biology II, and English III proposal would include a four week study of the book "Last Lecture" by Randy Pausch.

"There's a message here we want to send to our students," said Larry Maynard, high school principal. "The book is about achieving childhood dreams and seizing the moment."

It would include the 75 minute video of Pausch's "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" last "Oxandrolone Powder India" lecture.

Approved the retirement of Mary Conolly, Linda Martin, Dan Reed and Sheila Browne at the end of the 2010 school year.

Accepted a letter of intent to retire from Debbie Klaber for the end of the 2010 2011 school year.

Accepted the resignations of Jeff Ohlemeyer as high school dean of students/boys track coach, Mike Caparula as high school student council sponsor, Ashley Gondzur as high school yearbook sponsor, Kevin Root as high school head boys basketball coach, and Johanna Thorndyke as Deca Durabolin Jak Brac high school drama director. April 15, at Honeywell Grade School.

School board members learned Thursday that stimulus funds have been approved for use by the district except for the Title I funds. Title I money still has to be approved, according to Superintendent Hank Hornbeck.

"As many of you know from reading the news, Illinois finances are bleak," Hornbeck said. "The schools haven't been hit by this yet, but will probably get hit by it next spring."

Presently the IDEA part B Flow Through for Special Education has been approved for $288,594 and the IDEA Preschool Flow Through approved for $10,546. Hornbeck said the money will be used for staff development, technology, materials and supplies.

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Title I, which focuses on reading, would receive $236,142 if approved.

In other business, board members:

Approved the youth wrestling charter club for students in grades 1 3 for the 2010 school year with the stipulation it be reviewed and approved yearly and follow the guidelines of the Illinois Kids Wrestling Federation.