The Maple Dale-Indian Hill School Board on Wednesday agreed to retain its membership in three professional organizations for the 2009-10 school year at an estimated cost of $2,328.
The fees include $2,153 for the Wisconsin Association of School Boards, $100 for the K8-Unified High School Coalition and $75 for the Wisconsin Taxpayers' Alliance. The fees reflect membership for the current school year and could change in 2009-10.
WASB comprises elected officials throughout the state and serves as a network for assorted policy issues in schools, including collective bargaining agreements and legal information.
The K8-UHS Coalition is an advocacy group that is meant to serve the needs of K-8 feeder districts, such as Maple Dale-Indian Hill, that feed into a unified high school district like Nicolet.
WTA, a nonpartisan private government research organization, is designed to enhance residents' knowledge of government and its effects on education.
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