Johnson, 020580 MSAGO, 19800205
|Case Date:||February 05, 1980|
Supplies that are perishable or foods purchased for use in connection with the school lunch and homemaking programs shall be exempted from competitive bid requirements of this chapter. However, each school board shall adopt and place in its minutes definite policies for guidance of agents of such boards in connection with purchases of perishable supplies or food which are unstable or variable in price. Such policies shall have the effect of law and any violation shall be subject to the penalties as provided by law.2. Q. Can a local school district set a mandatory retirement age, or are we obligated to follow the federal retirement age of 70? A. Public law 95-256, commonly known as Age Discrimination In Employment Act of 1978 (copy of which is enclosed) is rather comprehensive in its scope and apparently includes school...
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