A 2011-2012 annual financial report found the district in good shape.
"I saw nothing of any real consequence," said board member Sam Mowbray.
The school board approved a $5 increase in the child-care fee, that attracted no comments from residents. District officials said would generate $65,000.
Additionally, a Williams Uniform Complaint, a type of state complaint that alleges discrimination or violation of a federal or state law or regulation, has been resolved.
A complaint has been filed saying Claremont High School had a "small amount" of mold.
The complaint was filed by an unnamed person "concerned about mold growth and the health effects on both students and staff" at the high school.
The state architect has inspected the campus. On Jan. 7, the district received a mold evaluation report that confirmed a presence of mold and water intrusion but the repairs were completed in December.
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