County Commissioners Approved Receipts Presented For SPARK Reimbursement

Executive Order 20-59 Rescinded; School Administration able to choose whether or not masks must be worn

On Monday, July 27 Greenwood County Commissioners approved the following Strengthening People and Revitalizing Kansas (SPARK) reimbursements: Greenwood County Noxious Weed/ Emergency Management, $2,600 for no touch thermometers; Greenwood County Ambulance/EMS, disposable gloves in the amount of $3,496.50; City of Madison, $7,226.59 for City Hall publications, computer and camera set up and thermometers: Eureka USD 389, $275,102.10 including the purchase of iPads, computers and touchless water filling stations, $3,730.97 for thermometers, iPad cases and signs; Hamilton USD 390, $4,950 for a web based communication system to facilitate communication between staff and parents, $32,792.24 including touchless water fountains, smart boards, laptops and USD 390 - under direct pay submissions – teacher development hours in the amount of $12,600 (in-service).


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