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Levy meeting covers more issues than just M&O funding

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The Lyle Gym was crowded Saturday evening with parents, teachers, students, school board members as well as concerned residents. They conducted a concentrated effort to find ways to improve conditions and face issues of the current school curriculum; as well as addressed personal issues that plagued some of those present. County Commissioner Dave Sauter acted as litigator and liaison between the crowd and the school board, keeping the tone as respectful, less personal and as prompt as possible with questions and concerns ranging from discipline of bullying students to the school’s Maintenance and Operation Levy. The consensus was that there is a need for more interaction between the afore-mentioned-peoples by attending, and presenting complaints both verbal and in writing, at official school board meetings to create a legal record of those complaints. The next school board meeting will be on Thursday, March 22, at 7 p.m. at the Lyle High School board room and are open to all community members.

The county is no longer able to fund the printing and mailing of our community’s To The Point newsletter so plans are to resume the quarterly issue by sending it in pdf form via the “What’s Happening in Lyle” email list. If you wish to receive these issues sign up for it by sending an email to LyleCommunity@gmail.com. Deadline for this newsletter is March 23; send topics to lovejoy@gorge.net.

Friday Game Night has been extended and will continue for a few more weeks. Don’t miss your chance to join the fun filled evening and meet new friends and solidify old relationships. The globe is still in progress and has become a focal point for at least an hour each week. Join them from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Lyle Activity Center.

If you need a Food Handler's Card or need to renew one, a class of “safe food handling procedures for serving the public” training will be on Wednesday, April 4, at 6:30 p.m., at the High Prairie Community Center, 701 Struck Road. Jeff Martin of Klickitat County Health Department will present this class which will take approximately one to two hours. If you are interested, please email bbparrish@embarqmail.com or call Shannon Hess at (509) 365-3838. The class requires at least 10 participants and will cost $10 so pre-registration is required.

Submit your news to: Mildred Lykens: 365-0060 – lykensme@embarqmail.com

 

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