The Ketchikan School Board meets Wednesday, and on the agenda are several motions to update curriculum.

The district has a six-year curriculum review cycle, and the areas due for updates this year are the library, English Language Arts and World Language.

Library and English Language Arts curricula were completely rewritten, according to the Board agenda statement. No changes were made to World Language.

Also Wednesday, the School Board will vote on whether to extend a contract with Tatsuda’s IGA to provide milk for school district lunches. Grocery store managers have offered to extend the contract for another year at the current price of 56 cents per half-pint.

When the contract has gone out for bid in the past, Tatsuda’s has been the only store to submit a proposal. School District management has recommended approving the contract extension.

The School Board meeting starts at 6 p.m. Wednesday in Borough Assembly chambers at the White Cliff building. Public comment will be heard at the start and end of the meeting.