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School Board set to approve new football coach for Knights



Staff Writer


The Lincoln County Board of Education is expected to approve a new football coach for North Lincoln High School during tonight’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 meeting’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 Committee’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 Committee’s recommendations and report. Student transfers, a letter of support for Mountain Island Educational State Forest and the method of conducting the superintendent’s evaluation will also be up for consideration.

At the Jan. 11 meeting of the school board, members unanimously approved conducting Superintendent Sherry Hoyle’s evaluation using a state-approved tool and with all board members’ 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 tonight’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 district’s offices on North Generals Boulevard in Lincolnton.


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