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Sunnyside School Board Briefs

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Board cancels uncashed checks

Keeping within the rules of the state's governing codes, the Sunnyside School Board formally approved at its January meeting the cancellation of outstanding checks.

State law allows the district to cancel checks not cashed within a year of issuance.

In all, the board approved the cancellation of 15 outstanding checks totaling $848.66. The checks were issued between Feb. 28 and Dec. 19, 2003.

The following is a list of the checks cancelled and their amount: Lore'K Lam, $4.01; Central Washington University, $29.86; Alberta Mejia, $65; Rosa Valencia, $11.84; Norma Palomarez, $2.30; Mayeda Sanchez, $4.00; Teresa Aguilar, $15; Carol Bardwell, $20; Caravel Resort, $608.20; Domino's Pizza, $43.72; Elizabeth Kusske, $10; Teresa Garza, $9; Sylvia Escobar, $2; James Marr, $20.70; and Melissa Ott, $2.95.

Cowboy Buck coming to town

The Sunnyside School Board opened the doors to Cowboy Buck and Elizabeth at its January meeting.

The board gave its approval to Cowboy Buck and Elizabeth coming to Pioneer Elementary School March 15-17 for a series of presentations.

The district will pay Cowboy Buck and Elizabeth $1,700 to conduct a creative writing workshop for six fourth grade classrooms at Pioneer Elementary School on March 15-16. The popular children's pair will be performing two 45-minute daytime assemblies on March 16 and then two 45-minute evening assemblies on March 17.

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