The Waupaca School Board last night took no action on a proposed second police-liason officer for the district. Discussions regarding the possibility of adding a second officer in the schools began in June. The current police-liason position is funded 75 percent by the district, and 25 percent by the city of Waupaca, where the officer works when school is not in session. School officials estimate the cost to the district of an additional officer would be about 60-thousand dollars annually. Waupaca schools did receive a 120-thousand dollar school safety grant from the state, but the grant does not allow for expenses related to personnel. School Board President Steve Johnson says the board has asked administrators for more information about the potential role and duties of a second officer. Of similar-sized schools around the state, only Rhinelander and Cudahy have two police-liason officers.