There will be no teacher layoffs in the Iola-Scandinavia School District.
The 2014-15 teacher contracts were approved with no changes in full-time staffing hours when the I-S School Board met on May 12.
Any final layoff notices needed to be issued on or before May 15.
The district currently has a total of 55 full-time teachers.
A full-time contract was approved for Kaitlin Spearings to teach middle and high school science.
The board approved open enrollment for 22 new students and 16 outgoing students.
About 30 pages of comments were received through a recent survey of the I-S Community Fitness & Aquatic Center. There were 188 community responses, according to District Administrator David Dyb.
“In general, the survey was very positive towards the facility,” Dyb said. “It speaks very highly of the quality of services we offer.”
The board approved the job description and posting for a new ISCFAC director.
High/Middle School Principal Sara Anderson reported that the school district is adopting County Road G for cleanup.
Dyb reported on a rural schools conference he attended.
“What takes place in Madison and southeastern Wisconsin is not reflective of what takes place in two-thirds of Wisconsin,” he said.
Several policy updates were approved on the third and final reading.
The second reading for Policy 352 Field Trips was tabled. The policy will be reviewed and discussed at 6 p.m. on June 9.