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School board to review CSAP scores, school nutrition

Reid Williams

FRISCO – With three weeks left before classes begin, the Summit School Board continues to review student achievement and new opportunities – and maybe even a new lunch.The school board meets tonight for a regular board meeting, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the district’s administration offices on School Road in Frisco.In the presentation portion of the agenda, school food service professionals Todd Clutter and Judy Hren will brief school board members on a proposal to review the district’s nutrition.Board members are scheduled to review the results of Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) tests taken this past spring. The scores were released to the public at the end of July. Summit students outperformed the state average in all areas except for 10th grade math and showed significant gains in writing and reading. School staff will continue to examine the data to develop useful classroom strategies.The construction management firm hired by the school district to oversee renovation projects will update board members on progress at Dillon Valley and Breckenridge elementary schools. The schools are expected to open on-time the first week of September.Board members also will discuss service at school health centers. They are expected to vote on an agreement between the school board and Summit County government.The county’s public health nursing department would oversee health services at the middle school and high school under the agreement – everything from first aid to providing contraceptives.Summit High School’s co-principals will ask the school board to approve a proposal of a new career education class. The Student Enterprise program is designed to teach students business skills by providing the opportunity to market school clubs and activities.When & Where- Who: Summit School Board- What: Regular meeting- When: 5:30 p.m., today- Where: Centraladministration, School Road, FriscoReid Williams can be reached at (970) 668-3998 ext. 237 or

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