The Glen Rose Independent School District (GRISD) Board of Trustees will tour construction progress on the new Technology Center during a special meeting at 6 p.m., Feb. 23.

The Technology Center is located behind the Administration Building and next to Brookshire’s on Highway 67.

In November, crews began transforming the old storefront into a state of the art technology and training center. The project should be completed this year.

A regular meeting will follow in the boardroom at 7 p.m.

The board will recognize Coach Wayne Roberts in honor of his 600 career wins.

Students who participated in the Junior FFA Quiz at a state leadership development event will be recognized along with students who qualified for a state debate competition.

Marilyn Philips, board president, will report on the board member’s continuing education credits.

The board will also hear a report on the comptroller’s property value study.

Other reports include high school campus enrollment numbers, testing programs and campus initiatives.

Judy Shipman will present the monthly financial report and Superintendent Wayne Rotan will give updates on enrollment and legislative issues.

Board members will take action on several issues regarding the trustee election scheduled May 9.

Early voting clerk and deputy early voting clerk appointments will be considered, as well as an election judge and alternate.

The board will consider a rate increase for election judges and clerks.

An interlocal agreement for multi-purchasing Cooperative ESC Region XI will also be considered.

The 2009-10 school calendar will be reviewed and possibly approved.

The board will also consider selections for fiscal year 2008-09 district auditor.During a closed session, board members will discuss contract recommendations for directors, principals, assistant principals and the superintendent.