The Centre Board of Education took a walk through school facilities Monday to view the improvements made during the summer.
Improvements included new paint in classrooms and some hallways, ceiling fans in two classrooms, new tables in some rooms, and replacement of floor tiles in the ag building. The board also viewed a new concrete walkway between the main building and the ag building.
In session, the board approved several revised policies and a new policy that requires the district to provide teaching on financial literacy. Superintendent Susan Beeson said the school already offers it.
The board approved out-of-district attendance for freshman Makayla Forichette, second-grader Dean Harms, and kindergartner Derrick Harms.
Flint Hills Music was approved to repair or trade district-owned band instruments that are rented to students.