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Watkins adopts wellness policy

WATKINS GLEN—The Watkins Glen school board adopted the wellness policy, Monday, May 17.
Before it was approved, Superintendent Tom Phillips had a question about non-school organizations not being able to sell food during school hours, but had the issue explained.
Elementary Principal Rod Weeden said, for instance, it is so students don’t go door-to-door to teachers during class time.  He added the school allows students to put something in the teacher’s lounge to sell food.
In other business:
• The board approved renewing the agreement for education and management services.  Treasurer Gayle Sedlack said this is a service the district has contracted out for several years.  She explained it offers resources if the district needs them.
• The district was authorized to participate in a cooperative bid for cafeteria supplies for the 2010-11 school year.
• The board reviewed the revised policy.  Clerk Sharon Clark said the changes were ones mandated by the New York State School Board Association.
• The board approved hiring Denise Ayers as a food service helper.  Phillips explained this is to replace a worker who retired, not an additional position.
The next regular board meeting will be Monday, June 7, at 6:30 p.m. 

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