Chester administrators will each be discussing the district's crisis management plan at Monday's school board meeting.
The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. Chester Superintendent Mark Greguson said the board is reviewing its crisis management plan. Part of that review includes a visit from the local sheriff's department to check out the facility. The plan's update will be part of both principal reports and among the items discussed by the superintendent.
Following approval of revenue and expenditure reports, the board will consider declaring some 1997 computers surplus property.
The elementary principal will also discuss information on Charlotte Danielson and provide an iPad update.
The high school principal will also provide an update on mini laptops and 2013-14 curriculum changes.
The superintendent will present his official resignation and give information on open enrollments, the 2013-14 school calendar and provide a legislative update. Greguson announced in December that he will be online education services director for Chester starting this summer.