The Coal City School Board of Education last week once again had discussions on the search of a new superintendent.
Coal City Superintendent Kent Bugg said Alan Molby from the Illinois Association of School Board's attended the meeting remotely to discuss the results from the recent community survey.
The district is paying around $7,900 to the Illinois Association of School Boards to help with their search.
Meanwhile, the board accepted the donation of $6,000 from the Thomas P. Jeschke Memorial to be used for physical education equipment at the Early Childhood Center.
Bugg also congratulated Emily Hayse for achieving her National Board Certification. Bugg and the Board also thanked Pam Vigna for serving as the facilitator for their school district's National Board Certification candidates.