By Holly Wise
Killeen Daily Herald
COPPERAS COVE - The Copperas Cove Independent School District unanimously approved the presence of the Clements Boys & Girls Club Army Youth Programs in Your Neighborhood After School Programs at both of the district's junior high schools.
Parents can register students starting today; the program will start Jan. 3.
"They're another resource we can use," Communities in School Copperas Cove Junior High Site Director Stacy Bradley said. "They're just going to add to the school."
The board unanimously approved a "very clean audit report" by the external auditing firm, Lott, Vernon and Co. LLC.
The board unanimously committed an additional $1 million from the district's fund balance to future facilities, bringing the total to $2.5 million.
CCISD Superintendent Rose Cameron informed the board that designated fund balance monies can be reassigned by the board at any time.
Per Cameron's recommendation, the board agreed to designate Bulldawg Stadium as a place for mass immunization if the need arose. The district was approached by the State Health Services, Health Service Region 7 to form a partnership to administer mass immunization or medication if necessary.