Haxtun BOE accepts Quigley's resignation
December 21, 2022
In one last meeting before the end of the fiscal year, the Haxtun Board of Education took an hour on Monday morning, Dec. 12 to take care of final items of business before the start of second semester when school resumes in January.
The 7:30 a.m. meeting opened in the high school meeting room with a final report from the 2021-22 audit performed by Scott Szabo with Lauer, Szabo and Associates out of Sterling. According to information from the report, the fund balance grew from 2020-21 giving the Haxtun School District about a six-month reserve, which Szabo said is a heathy number.