The Fostoria City School Board of Education will accept sealed bids for the purchase of a 2017 or newer 78 passenger conventional school bus. Proposals will be accepted by Sue Lehmann, Treasurer, at 1001 Park Avenue, Fostoria OH 44830. Proposals must be received by noon on Friday, September 9, 2016. The proposals will be publicly opened at the aforementioned time and location and read immediately thereafter by the Treasurer of the school district.
Specifications for the vehicle are posted at the district’s website: www.fostoriaschools.org and may also be requested by contacting, Sue Lehmann, Fostoria City School Treasurer. Each bid shall be accompanied by cash, approved surety company bid bond or a certified check drawn upon a solvent bank, payable to the Board of Education for Fostoria City Schools, in an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the bid tendered, as a guarantee that the bidder will perform the bid. The Board of Education will issue to the successful bidder a purchase order and/or letter of intent to purchase.
If for any reason whatsoever, the bidder fails to enter into a proper contract or fails to deliver the chassis or body required by specification, the amount of the Bond or Certified Check shall be retained by the Board of Education for liquidated damages sustained by reason of his/her failure to do so.
The board of education reserves the right to reject any or all parts of bids received and/or parts or bids in their entirety, and furthermore to waive any informalities.
Sue Lehmann, Treasurer
Fostoria City Schools
Publish: August 26, 2016 September 2, 2016
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Fostoria Junior/Senior High School students will receive notice of required materials from their classroom teachers at the start of the school year. All students should be prepared with writing utensils and paper on the first day of school.
Drew Bauman, Principal
|The Ohio Department of Health has added a new immunization requirement for all current 6th and 11th grade students that should be completed prior to the upcoming school year. In other words, by the start of the school year this coming August, 2016, those students who will be in the 7th and 12th grade will be required to be vaccinated against meningococcal disease. Students entering 7th grade are already required to receive the Tdap vaccine, so they will now need this additional vaccine which up to now was optional. This is a new requirement for 12th graders, but the vaccine has been available for many years. Please start making plans now to schedule an appointment to meet this new requirement. Doctor’s offices and Health Departments are always very busy before school starts in the fall, so schedule an appointment as soon as possible to avoid delays.|