The Petersburg School board is meeting Tuesday at 7 p.,m. in the Middle and High School library.

The Petersburg School Board is meeting Tuesday for the first time since school has been out.

Some staff is on vacation so there will be administrative reports from only the Superintendent Erica Kludt-Painter and Finance Director, Karen Quitslund.

But there are several topics for the board to consider under new business. They will review budget revisions for fiscal year 2019. And they’ll review results from the 2018 District/Parent/Community survey.

There will be a presentation on foreign language and digital learning. The school district did not hire a foreign language teacher for next school year and will have students take classes through an online academy in Ketchikan.

The school board will consider an increase to the activity fees and an increase in pay for substitute teachers.

They’ll review middle school travel, the student handbook, personnel hire for summer positions, and for the next school year.

They’ll also consider the sale and disposal of some books, equipment, and supplies.

And the board will review possible updates to the district’s policies.

The school board will be meeting in the high school library at 7 p.m. Before that, starting at 6:30 p.m. there is student recognition and a reception in the high school commons.

KFSK will broadcast the meeting live.

Also, tune in today for Campus Connection, an informational program with district officials who will be discussing the meeting agenda. Campus Connection follows the Midday Magazine at 12:30 p.m.