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Stockdale sees light at end of tunnel
Stockdale Independent School District board President Sal Urrabazo (from left) checks out the serving line of the new junior high/high school cafeteria April 10, with fellow board members Rick Rutland, Barry Osborne II, Leroy Sanchez, Teri Wolff, Teri Dugi, and Pat Donsbach, and Superintendent Paul Darilek.
STOCKDALE -- With the conclusion of the school year fast approaching, two projects under way in the Stockdale Independent School District (ISD) are nearing completion.
According to Stockdale ISD Superintendent Paul Darilek after the district board meeting April 10, the trustees walked through the new junior high/high school cafeteria. The anticipated date of occupancy is Friday, April 20.
The furniture currently being used in the old cafeteria will be moved into the new cafeteria. This will allow the new cafeteria to be used for the remainder of the current school year.
During the summer hiatus, the school will purchase new furniture from the cafeteria fund. The estimated cost to seat approximately 248 people is $27,000. Darilek said the cafeteria fund is separate from the general fund, with money raised from food sales. He commended the cafeteria staff for a job well done.
Darilek added the tennis court project should be complete by mid-May. Work on fences and lights is anticipated to begin soon.
Also during the meeting, the board:
•Approved for Stockdale ag teacher Joshua Heimann to sell the 1992 gooseneck trailer used by the agriculture department. The approximate value is $1,000. The sale proceeds will go toward the purchase of a new trailer.
•Reviewed the district policy for naming of facilities. The data will be reviewed by the Texas Association of School Boards, with the board set to vote on the policy at its next meeting.
In attendance: Super-intendent Paul Darilek, school board members Sal Urrabazo, Rick Rutland, Teri Wolff, Leroy Sanchez, Teri Dugi, Pat Donsbach, and Barry Osborne II.
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