School Board recap


By Sarah Salas

What happened: The purchase of new buses by Zionsville Community Schools came in under budget.

What it means: The placement of the surplus has not been finalized, but it may go into the school system’s “rainy day fund.” Placement in this account is desirable because higher reserves in the account will help in securing the best credit rating for the school system.


What happened: The next community conversation event date and time was announced for 7 p.m. Jan. 9 in the Royal Run Club House.

What it means: ZCS Superintendent Scott Robison and  ZCS Principals Kris Devereaux, Connie Largent, Kristin Cavolick, and Tim East will be available to answer questions.
What happened: It was announced that Larry McWhorter, physical education teacher and head football coach, and Becky Thornley, secretary and assistant to ZCHS Principal Tim East, will be retiring at the end of December. <INSERT PHOTO>

What it means: Patrick Eschverria was formally appointed as the new physical education teacher and high school football coach following McWhorter’s retirement. <INSERT PHOTO>


Other news: Robert Taylor, superintendent of Lebanon Community Schools, thanked Dr. Robinson for his offer of support immediately after a tornado hit the Lebanon community on Nov. 18. Taylor expressed gratitude for the cooperative relationship shared by all Boone County schools.

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