McCOOK, Nebraska -- McCook Public Schools will be renewing their copier contract soon, a contract that could cost about $30,000 per year.
McCook Schools Business Manager Rick Haney told the McCook School Board Monday night at the regular meeting that the copy agreement with Eakes Office Products is up and that a new contract will have to be negotiated by Fall.
Companies interested in a contract will be evaluating the needs of the school district and Haney will return to the board with price proposals, he said.
Typically, contracts can be as long as four years. The previous contract was for $120,000, disbursed in increments. The contracts include new machines, copier costs and maintenance.
In other business, Haney updated the board in repair progress being done on the school district's buildings.
The atrium at the Junior High, damaged by the August 2011 hail storm, has been repaired, with repairs at Central Elementary to be completed this week.
The new roof at the armory is progressing, he said, but the roof sustained new damage with wind on May 26.
An insurance appraiser has been out to assess the damage, that lifted off the roof membrane and tore off a rain gutter on the south side. Results of the appraisal have not yet been received, he said.