The Parkway School Board will meet tonight at 7 p.m. at the district's central offices at 455 N. Woods Mill Road. Here's a preview of some the items on the board's agenda.
- The district will present a report to the board outlining plans for the use of drug-sniffing dogs at all five high schools, starting next semester. The searches will be conducted twice a semester by the St. Louis County Police Department and will occurr when students are in class.
- The board will discuss the Campus Technology Access pilot program, which allows teachers and students to bring their personal computer devices and use them for administrative or educational tasks. The program is currently in place at Central Middle School and North High School and is set to expand to all secondary schools Dec. 3.
- The board is expected to approve a bid for $43,000 for the purpose of conducting a demographic market study ofthe Parkway Early Childhood Education program. The study is part of ongoing planning project to set a strategic direction for the district's schools in the years ahead.
- A review and approval of the district's finanical audit for the 2012 fiscal year. Conducted by an independent firm, the audit found no "material weaknesses or "significant deficiencies" in the district's financial statements.