The approval of aschedúle for Pioneer and Huron High students for the 1968-69 school year will highlight the Board of Education's 7:30 p.m. meeting tomorrow at the Administrative Offices, 1220 Wells. Since the announcement two weeks ago that Huron High will not open this fall because of the labor strikes, school officials have been discussing alternative plans for next year. One of the likeliest alternatives is a doublé shift at the Pioneer High building. Also on tomorrow's agenda is a review of school board policy on the recruitment of Negroes for school positions. The review was prompted by a charge two weeks ago by Trustee William C. Godfrey that the board's policy of specifically recruiting Negroes is illegal. Other scheduled agenda items include: - Recognition of retiring members of the Board of Education and school principáis; - Ratification of a contract between the school board and the Bus Drivers' Association; -Approval of a tentative 1968-69 budget; -Approval of the fee arrangement for the 1968-69 school year; and - Confirmation o f appointments to the summer school I faculty. During a 5 p.m. public briefing session the board will review the Indiana Report, Supt. W. Scott Westerman's recommendations for a 1968-69 high-l school schedule and a proposall for the 1968-69 administrativel structure. The Indiana report is an evaluative review of school board policy and procedures made earlier this year by a consultant team from Indiana University. I
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