Also, Hasbrouck retiring, wireless use agreement on agenda.

    A recent meeting between Superintendent Chris Bates and Business Manager Laura Lyczewski with Red Lake Falls School officials, spurred by the retirement of a mechanic in the latter school district,  was productive, as a “maintenance and service agreement” with Red Lake Falls schools is on the agenda for the Crookston School Board’s meeting on Monday, Nov. 12.

    Bates, at a previous meeting, told the board he felt the retirement presented a potential opportunity for the two school districts to collaborate.

    Other agenda items of note include the board’s acceptance of a retirement letter submitted by longtime high school administrative assistant Debbie Hasbrouck.

    Also, the allowed use of students’ own wireless devices on the high school’s new wireless network has resulted in the formulation of an addendum to the school district’s Internet use policy, in the form of an agreement that both a parent and student will have to sign before the student will be given the access information for his or her wirelesss account at CHS. Students who violate the policy won’t have their wireless devices confiscated from them, but will instead have their wireless account deactivated.

    The addendum to the policy is on the agenda for approval.

    The board meets at 5 p.m. in the CHS choir/orchestra room.