Another anonymous donation could be on its way to Free State High School if the Lawrence school board accepts the proposal to build soccer shelters at the site. The donation would replace the old shelters, which are now unsalvagable after they were moved to complete construction on the outdoor athletic facilities.
The board will also look to approve field work at Lawrence High School, including a plan to build baseball dugouts and relocate a softball dugout due to an agreement in a lawsuit settlement with the Centennial neighborhood.
The board will also hear reports on full-day kindergarten and how district facilities are used. The meeting starts at 7 p.m today at the Educational Support and Distribution Center, 110 McDonald Drive.
The district also has set the times and places for its H1N1 vaccination clinics. They will be held at 13 elementary schools over two days during parent-teacher conferences. On Wednesday, clinics will be held at Deerfield, Hillcrest, New York, Prairie Park, Quail Run, Schwegler and Sunset Hill schools. Times for the clinics vary, but most begin at 4 p.m. and end at 7 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. Broken Arrow, Cordley, Langston Hughes, Pinckney, Sunflower, Wakarusa Valley and Woodlawn will host their clinics on Thursday.
Families can go to any of the schools for the H1N1 shot, no matter what school their children attend. Priority groups include children under 18 years of age, people who live with or care for children under 6 months, pregnant women and health care workers.
Clinics are subject to early closure or cancellation based on the availability of the vaccine. Exact times and locations of the clinics, along with consent forms, can be found online at www.usd497.org.