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Meeting documents for Wednesday night’s Fulton Public Schools Board of Education meeting can be found at https://bit.ly/3kXnAg7.
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The Fulton Public Schools Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Fulton High School to award bids and discuss programs.

FPS is working on improvement projects across the district — during the meeting, the board will consider a construction company for parking lot additions, pavement replacement and drainage improvements at McIntire and Bush elementary schools.

For McIntire, Engineering Surveys and Services has estimated the projects will cost $459,741. The district received three bids and the board’s Facilities Committee recommends the district award the bid to Christensen Construction Co. for $456,103.15.

Engineers estimate costs of $453,058 for the Bush improvements. The committee will recommend that the district choose C.L. Richardson Construction Co. for $381,818.65.

The board will also pick an auditing firm.

Superintendent Ty Crain will update the board on early discussions of next year’s budget.

In other business, the board will hear reports on Jobs for America’s Graduates, the district leadership team and the Missouri Wipro Science Education Fellowship.

Meeting documents can be found at https://bit.ly/3kXnAg7.

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