Board to consider marker for coach

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The Wilson County Board of Education will consider placing a marker at Fike High School honoring Coach Henry Trevathan and the members of the 1964-69 football teams at its regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday.

Trevathan was head football coach at Fike from 1964 to 1969 and led three state 4-A championship teams, two conference championship teams, led the only perfect season in school history and led the first program in state history to win three consecutive state 4-A titles.

Trevathan was the 1992 winner of the North Carolina High School Football Coaches Association Award, is a member of the Fike Athletic Hall of Fame and a member of the N.C. Sports Hall of Fame.

In other business, the board will:

• have a second reading on Policy 9000, Planning to Address Facility Needs;

• have a second reading on Policy 9200, Care and Maintenance of Facilities;

• consider replacement and relocation of the State 1-A Baseball Championship sign at Rock Ridge Elementary School;

• consider approval of school improvement plans;

• revise the 2018-2019 traditional calendar;

• have a second reading of Policy 7920, Reduction in Force: Teachers and School Administrators;

• have a second reading of Policy 7921, Classified Personnel Reduction;

• consider personnel recommendations in closed session;

• have a first reading of Policy 3410, Testing and Assessment Program;

• hear information about retentions;

• hear a review of a Cyber Securuty Program;

• hear about the Wolfpack WORKS program.