Newly elected Rosalyn Hall signed the loyalty oath as well as the oath of office during the Altus Board of Education’s regular session on Tuesday evening.
Board president, Darrell Moss stepped down due to reorganization, while Board members John Thomas and Keith Phillips stepped in as president and vice-president, respectively.
Altus School’s Superintendent, Bob Drury, announced that Pre-K classes would be offered at the 5 elementary sites, if the need presented itself. Drury said that Pre-K is not mandatory, but if there were enough students to form a class, then one would be established.
The board unanimously approved all other agenda items, including the list of proposed substitutes and district time sheet employees.
Additional agenda items such as revision of the policy on student residency and making offers to purchase property from the Altus Air Force base and an area located at 1023 E. Elm also received a nod.