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School board meeting Tuesday

Reid Williams

FRISCO<The Summit School Board will hold a special business meeting Tuesday on school construction projects.The board is scheduled to meet at 7:45 a.m. April 2 in the district administration offices in Frisco. The board is expected to award contracts to companies for renovation work on mechanical systems at Breckenridge and Dillon Valley elementary schools, and for geotechnical work at the schools.The school district plans to renovate both elementary schools this summer, part of a multimillion-dollar, 10-year facilities improvement plan. In November, Summit County voters approved a $10 million, three-year tax increase to improve teacher salaries and form a special construction and maintenance fund for improving the district1s aging schools.School district schedules kindergarten round-upSUMMIT COUNTY<The Summit School District is asking parents to register their children for kindergarten.The deadline for kindergarten registration is April 30. Registration forms can be obtained at any of the district1s six elementary schools and the district administration offices in Frisco. Each school will also hold a kindergarten 3round-up on April 30 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The round-up introduces parents and children to the school and completes the formal registration process.To be eligible for kindergarten, children must have reached the age of five by Sept. 15, 2002.Parents can return registration forms at their neighborhood school or by mail to Kindergarten Registration, Attn: Neighborhood school, Summit School District, P.O. Box 7, Frisco, CO 80443.Workforce Center can help with summer jobsSUMMIT COUNTY<Counselors at the Frisco Workforce Center want to help match young people looking for summer jobs with employers seeking good help.The Workforce Center, a local office of the state1s labor department, is participating in the Governor1s Summer Job Hunt. The program is intended to promote work opportunities that provide positive experience and teach good work habits to youth.The center is located at 602 Galena St. in Frisco, and is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Young men and women ages 16 to 21 interested in summer job opportunities can visit the center or register at http://workforcecenters.state.co.us/rr. Employers looking for workers can e-mail their request to Frisco@cwfc.net.The Frisco Workforce Center is also scheduled to participate in the Summer Youth Job Expo at Summit High School April 25. Although the expo is open only to high school students, employers can participate in recruiting or a labor laws training seminar. For more information about recruiting and the employer roundtable, contact the Frisco Workforce Center at (970) 668-5360.


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