With the transition from the existing Cameron high and middle school to the new complex just outside the city inching closer, the Marshall County Board of Education on Tuesday will hear a proposal on what to do with the building.
On the agenda for Tuesday's regular meeting is Cameron Mayor Mark Frazier, who is scheduled under the communications portion of the meeting to present a proposal for the existing building.
The students' transition to the new building on U.S. 250 north of the city has been delayed due to wet weather, keeping students and teachers in the current building on Maple Avenue southeast of the city for longer than expected. No plans for the existing building have been discussed, and the board would need to vote on any proposal before action could be taken.
In other communications to the board, Nick Zervos, executive director of RESA 6, will update the board and give an overview of the agency.
The board also is scheduled to vote a new business item that would set Nov. 6 as the Marshall County Schools levy election date. In other business requiring the board's vote, agenda items include the sale of vehicles no longer used by the district to be declared surplus and the awarding of a bid for supplemental HVAC controls at Hilltop Elementary School.
The meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Marshall County Board of Education Offices on Fourth Street in Moundsville.
The Marshall County Board of Education will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Board of Education Offices on Fourth Street in Moundsville.