Akron Central School officials will present a new long-range computer technology plan to the public in the near future.
A 13 member committee, which includes parents, teachers, administrators, community members and representatives of various businesses, presented guidelines for the board's consideration, including hiring a coordinator of the gifted and talented program for 1995-96.
School officials are studying ways to fund the plan, which took months to prepare.
In other business this week, the board noted a workshop for prospective board members will be held from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday at Erie I Board of Cooperative Educational Services in Lancaster and scheduled a budget work session for 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
The board also authorized a bond anticipation note for three 66-passenger buses and two 16-seat passenger vans, approved by voters last December, not to exceed $248,000.
Approved payment to Frey Electric Co. for $161,183 for the districts capital project. Accepted the retirement of clerical worker Emma Coffta effective June 30 and Millicent Lotz, a food service worker.