Carson City school board ponders operational costs for Snyder property

The potential costs and use for the former Capital Christian Church facilities on Snyder Avenue will be up for discussion at Tuesday’s Carson City school board meeting.
Last month, Superintendent Richard Stokes returned the item to the board for discussion at the board’s request to begin reexamining the property now assessed at $4.19 million for the campus offering five buildings.
Board members asked to bring the item back again to consider possible uses of the building for educational or community purposes and operational costs, still undecided about capital needs including social, athletic or performance arts events with some trustees in favor of the potential for events including concerts or proms and others concerned about maintenance costs given that families have shifted their preferences to online education. The item is for discussion only.
The board also will receive an update on the city’s school zone traffic signage addressing flashing beacons and speed feedback signs for discussion only.
Trustees will review CCSD Bylaw 030 addressing the board’s rule-making authority in regards to the organization and operations of the school district for discussion only.
Nominations and review of materials for the Nevada Association of School Boards’ annual contest for the organization’s annual conference will be considered and is for discussion only as well.
The meeting takes place at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Robert Crowell Board Room in the Community Center, 851 E. William St.


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