Amy Lindsey | GC News-Gazette Kim Lindsey, left, from Caught Ya Lookin' accepts an award from GCMS Fashion Show winner Sydney Lindsey.

Amy Lindsey | GC News-Gazette

Kim Lindsey, left, from Caught Ya Lookin' accepts an award from GCMS Fashion Show winner Sydney Lindsey.

Caught Ya Lookin' and Scotty's Contracting & Stone were recognized by the Grayson County Middle School at Thursday night's Grayson County School Board Meeting for their support of Cougar Zone programs through donations of their time and resources.

Cougar Zone Coordinator Jessica Kiper explained why they were being recognized, and GCMS Fashion Show winner Sydney Lindsey presented Kim Lindsey, of Caught Ya Lookin', an award. Scotty's Contracting was not present Thursday, but they will receive their award at a later date.

Caught Ya Lookin' donated time and supplies to the Cougar Zone Fashion Club and is mentoring the top two winners, by helping them create a new look to sell on Zulily. Designs will be completed by Thursday.

Scotty's Contracting donated time, money and supplies to the Cougar Zone Bridge Building Club. They helped students learn about contracting and safety.

In other business, the school board approved the following:

*The right-of-way easement with the Grayson County Water District.

*The contract with the Kentucky School Boards Association for medical training and billing services.

*Keeping all food services the same, including free breakfast and lunch for all students and adult and à la carte prices.

*Naming the following items from Wilkey surplus: 10 tables, 45-50 desks, one teacher desk, tractor lawn mower, four metal library shelves. And naming the following items from the central office surplus: Salt Dogg salt spreader, 2000 Dodge truck with snow plow, 1976 Chevy truck and various technology equipment.

*Leasing printers/scanners for Clarkson and Wilkey Elementary schools.

*Johnathan Williams' resignation as Wilkey Elementary School Principal, effective June 30; Chad Johnston's resignation as Grayson County High School Assistant Principal, effective June 30; and David Whitmore's retirement from the position of Grayson County Middle School Assistant Principal effective Aug. 31, among other teachers' and aides' resignations and retirements.