The Greenbrier School District Board of Education will convene Tuesday night to consider action on multiple agenda items, including the district’s COVID-19 leave policy and the approval of a bond sale.

The meeting, set for 6 p.m. in the district administration office, will be highlighted around consideration for action on the district’s leave policy for staff affected by COVID-19. Districts in the state are having to work to enact leave policies after funding from the state to pay teachers out due to COVID-19 expired at the end of 2020. Conway’s Board of Education is also considering a similar agenda item at its Tuesday night meeting.

Additionally, the board will consider action on the approval of a bond sale and view the proposed budget for the 2022-23 school year.

Other business on tap for discussion include a review of Greenbrier’s expenditures and revenues for December, administrative reports and regular personnel items to be considered in executive session.

Staff Writer Kolton Rutherford can be reached at krutherford@the

cabin.net.

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