Princeton School Board To Consider Wall Of Fame Creation Of Princeton Athletics

Princeton Superintendent Jerry Girdner told Princeton School Board members that the district has been approved for $50,000 to be spent for safety improvements on the school campus. Princeton School Board members held their October meeting Monday night. Princeton plans to use the funding to purchase 3 net sets of doors at the Princeton High School building and one new set of doors at the elementary. The district also plans improve the access control with the purchase of an electronic door access system.

The board also received an update on the progress of the Ball Field Relocation Project at Princeton. The Russ Derry Sports Complex still has construction work to be done on the outfield fence on Field One, interior work on the concession stand, the installation of the playground, and the installation of dugout fences. Volunteers will be working on the remaining tasks.

The Princeton board also talked about the possibility of creating a Wall of Fame to celebrate and pay tribute to the athletic history at Princeton. The tribute would note the achievements and contributions of Princeton athletes. More discussion on the concept will be done at a future date.

Bus routes were approved for the school year.

Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held October 26th from 1 until 7pm at Princeton. There will be no school on Friday, October 27th

The board accepted the resignation of custodian Jason Bears at the session.