DUNDEE—Dundee school board President James Koehler reported the current capital project is well within budget. Koehler said there may be enough to begin the next portion of the capital project. District business Manager Melissa Lawson said a preliminary package has been submitted to state. The district will not know the amount needed for the next portion until bids are received. The district may know how much is left by this fall. In other business: Board of Education President James Koehler said there have been questions about the possibility of having modified basketball for boys and girls this year. Money was budgeted for boys soccer this year, but not enough students signed up for the program. The board agreed to have combined teams for modified basketball this year. Seventh and eight grades will be combined in two teams, one each for boys and girls. Superintendent of Schools Kathy Ring reported Science teacher Randy Knapp has secured a grant from Cargill Corporation. It is a Global Partnership Fund Matching Grant. The amount is $14,350. The funds will be used to purchase big ticket items for the science department. Superintendent of Schools Kathy Ring reported there is a total of 840 students in the district. Twenty-five students left the district; this is down from five years ago. There are 42 new students. There were five students in the audience. One asked when the track would be finished. Koehler said the track should be ready for the spring season. In response to a question about lights for the football field, Koehler said conduit will be put in for the possibility of placing lights on the field in the future. There are no plans to light the field at this time.