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BCC Staff

An Oct. 13 article about school board achievements stated students earned distinctions for earning high scores on the SAT, ACT, STAAR and end-of-course (EOC) exams, including six students from Bandera High School.
The article also stated implementing BluuBeam, a new library technology that assists patrons, will cost the school district $1,060, the district’s board of trustees unanimously adopted the 2016-2017 school year calendar, the district-wide retention pay of $150 to $300, BHS student Morgan Gross was a student ambassador and that she and fellow student Caleb Vick both received plaques for being the school district’s Students of the Month. The exam distinctions were awarded to the school district, not the students, the school district already spent the $1,060, the retention pay was supposed to be a surprise, Gross was not a student ambassador and she and Vick received certificates as part of their recognition, not plaques.