Treasurer Robert Kuehnle will
outline the district’s five-year financial forecast when the Mansfield City
Schools Board of Education meets in regular session at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
The board also may act on a funding
plan that would allow for the purchase of enough additional Chromebooks to
assure that every student in prekindergarten through high school has one to use
during the school day.
Greg Nickoli, superintendent of
Pioneer Career and Technology Center, will discuss with the board the possibility
of creating an adult welding class at Mansfield Senior High.
The board also will act on a series
of routine contracts and human resources actions.
Tuesday’s meeting will be at the
Raemelton administration building, 856 W. Cook Road.