SIDNEY — A contract for upgrading the security system infrastructure for Sidney City Schools was tabled for a second time by the Board of Education during a special meeting Tuesday, May 23.
“No action was taken in awarding the project for the Sidney City Schools security system infrastructure,” said board President Zack Bosslet. “The agenda item was tabled until the June meeting in order for the administration and the board to identify the priorities and proper phasing of the project.
“The district was awarded grant money to be used for specific security system upgrades, and the board wanted to ensure the district was making full use of those grants in the proper way. Having no urgent deadline to award the project, the board felt compelled to gather more details of the project scope prior to voting on such an important investment,” he said.
“Last night’s (May 23) special meeting was utilized to gain clarity on the project phasing and timeline. Once presented with the details requested, the board will have the information to make a decision in June,” he said.
The board’s next meeting will be June 20 at 6 p.m. at the board of education office.