CLEAR FORK VALLEY – The Clear Fork Valley School District board members re-elected Kyle Beveridge as president at its first meeting of the year.
Board member Amy Weekley was re-elected vice president.
Much of the agenda at the meeting involved organizational matters.
The board also voted in a president pro tempore, and that post was given to board member Lori McKee.
Organizational matters included a move by the board to authorize treasurer Bradd Stevens to borrow up to $300,000 to handle any potential cash flow problems.
It was agreed board meetings will be on the second Monday of each month, at 6:30 p.m. in the media center at the high school.
Other routine matters have ceased, because construction of two new elementary buildings has been completed. In the past few board meetings, a representative of the construction company has appeared to give updates on the buildings.
Students moved in to the new buildings Jan. 8.
The pattern of parking and bus circulation has changed, with the new buildings completed. Parking is in front of both buildings in Butler and Bellville.