At their regular meeting on Tuesday night, the Fairmont Area School Board approved the signing of a Memorandum Of Understanding with Open Door Health Clinic of Mankato. The ODHC, a non-profit group based in Mankato, could provide low cost health care services to Fairmont students in a space at the Fairmont Elementary School. The agreement approved by the board is non-binding, but signifies an interest in moving forward with the project and was required to be passed to ensure the clinic’s grant funding.
Other actions taken by the board at the meeting included approving next year’s school calendar, approving Elizabeth Lowry as head volleyball coach for next fall’s season, and approving the hiring of Reid Harris as a science teacher at the High School for next year.
The board also heard presentations about the spring play, “Alibis,” to be performed May 5 and 6, and about the AAA Award winners, Solveig Senf and Cooper Steuber.