School District Striving For Energy Efficiency

The Christian County Public School System is working towards being as energy efficient as possible. Energy and Technology Support Manager, Brad Stephenson told the Board of Education Thursday night the district is making gains.


   
The district is also saving at the five schools remodeled two years ago, Freedom, Pembroke, Indian Hills, Hopkinsville Middle, and Alternative School.


   
In other business, the School Board approved the Non-Resident Student Contracts with Trigg and Hopkins County. There are nine students in Trigg and 10 in Hopkins that the Christian County District will give up SEEK funding for. Director of Pupil Personnel, Melanie Barrett says in 2013-2014, the district changed the way student transfers were handled.


   
She adds there are 11 students coming into the district with their parents and 28 who go out of the district with their parents, who work in other districts.

School Board members also approved a new BG-1 for the re-roofing project at Indian Hills Elementary School.

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