Randell L. Moore has been appointed the District 5 representative on the county School Board.

Moore will serve the remainder of the term left vacant by Jewell Parks, who resigned last month after she moved to a residence in the city.

Moore was nominated by District 4 representative Johnny Crenshaw, who noted that he ran against Parks previously.

Moore was appointed unanimously.

In other action, the board:

• Accepted a proposal from Harold Richardson who said the Election Commission would take up to 40 days to notify those voters affected by the new school district lines.

• Took under advisement two bids on new basketball goal for the high school gym.

• Presented certificates to members for School Board Appreciation Week.

• Approved the consent agenda.

• Voted to advertise for bids for up to four new school buses.

• Approved transfers.

• Set next month's meeting for March 18 at 5 p.m.

• Voted to approve two outside requests for use of school facilities if certain guidelines are met including paying for insurance and a janitor.

• Reviewed the transfer policy

• Went into executive session for a personnel matter.

No action was taken.