With former Superintendent Tony Paesano-Shute gone, the Brooke Board of Education will meet tonight and on the agenda includes consideration of an interim superintendent, review and possible action on the Open Government Proceedings Act and raises, and bringing board policy into compliance with the Open Governmental Proceedings Act with regard to the time requirements for posting special and emergency meetings, and an update on the county’s participation in the WV Checkbook audit program, a project spearheaded by State Auditor J.B. McClusky to provide taxpayers with transparency into the budget process. The Board will meet tonight at 6 at Brooke Middle School.