The Lincoln County Board of Education is expected to approve a new football coach for North Lincoln High School during tonightâ€™s meeting.
Dr. Matt Stover, assistant superintendent for human resources at Lincoln County Schools, told the Times-News Monday that the item will be part of the meetingâ€™s agenda, saying the board will “look to approve a new coach.”
A closed session, which Stover said is personnel-related but not regarding the coaching position, is also included on the agenda.
Additionally, the board will take action on the Policy Committeeâ€™s recommendations and report, including the proposed 2012-2013 school calendar. Board members will also weigh one-time funding for SMARTBoards and a shared-energy plan as part of the Budget and Finance Committeeâ€™s recommendations and report. Student transfers, a letter of support for Mountain Island Educational State Forest and the method of conducting the superintendentâ€™s evaluation will also be up for consideration.
At the Jan. 11 meeting of the school board, members unanimously approved conducting Superintendent Sherry Hoyleâ€™s evaluation using a state-approved tool and with all board membersâ€™ involvement and approval. It is set to be carried out on May 20, about a month in advance of when it is required to be completed.
Also on tonightâ€™s agenda, board members will hear various reports, including a construction and facilities update, school facility requests and school-sponsored sales and a student presentation from North Lincoln High School.
The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. at the districtâ€™s offices on North Generals Boulevard in Lincolnton.