At its July 27 meeting, the Cuba Board of Education heard updates on both the 2020-21 and 2021-22 budgets from the superintendent. The board also approved a policy change and approved lunch prices for the coming school year.
The city of Cuba will be sounding its weather alert sirens a bit differently following the establishment of new “destructive” and “considerable” damage threat categories by the National Weather Service (NWS).
During the July 27 meeting of the Cuba School Board, questions about critical race theory and mask wearing were raised by parents during citizen participation and each issue was addressed by Superintendent Dr. Curt Graves.
A salary issue for some employees in the Public Works Department that one alderman classified as an “oversight” at the August 3 meeting of the Cuba City Council has led to rebuke from the mayor and the scheduling of a special meeting with employees to hash out the concern.
Following last week’s school board meeting, the Cuba School District has released its “CCR2 Continuity of Services Plan” that will be in place for the opening of the 2021-22 school year. The plan establishes COVID-19 guidelines as follows: