The Cape Girardeau School Board will have a special planning session at 12:30 p.m. Monday at the central administration office on N. Clark St. Agenda items include a review of school data, a bond construction update and an instructional technology update, as well as discussion of secondary preparation periods and the district’s comprehensive school improvement plan. Superintendent Jim Welker said district officials and the board try to meet at least once each summer for a planning session. As officials review school data, they will discuss enrollment trends, staffing ratios, expenditure comparisons and district performance data. The district also will compare itself to other schools to get an idea of how it is performing in different areas. The board also will look at historical MAP testing data; most recent scores are not available yet. Assistant superintendent of administrative services Neil Glass will give an update on projects being funded by a $20 million bond issue approved by voters in April. A technology specialist will give a brief update on the 1:1 computer laptop initiative. Welker said a board member requested to talk about the amount of preparation times teachers have at different buildings across the district.