Half of the water rights at Carver Adult Learning Center will be available for exchange, the Levelland school board agreed Thursday.
Trustees took that action after meeting in closed session for 25 minutes.
The action allows the school district to offer up to 50 percent of the water rights on the property in exchange for a ìreal property interestî for an ag facility.
Supt. Jeff Northern said the resolution will allow him to negotiate the terms for relocating the facility.
The district has an ag farm on South Alamo Road but cannot use the property in the coming school year.
Trustees awarded bids for projects on two campuses.
One bid was for $27,353 for 24 Dell desktop computers with monitors for a computer lab at South Elementary.
Kelly Baggett said the computers will replace seven-year-old computers.
The new computers will be paid for out of the districtís bond money for technology.
The board accepted two bids totaling $123,180 for underground irrigation systems at South Elementary and the Intermediate School.
Both bids were submitted by Jordanville Landscapes of Lubbock.