Meeting: North Spencer SchoolsNovember 13, 2019
The North Spencer School Board met Monday and:
• Approved the resignations of instructional assistant Angie Hill at David Turnham Education Center and assistant cheer coach Elizabeth Kunz at Heritage Hills High School.
• Approved the following appointments: instructional assistant Rhonda Treat at David Turnham; part-time custodians Daley Atchison and Morgan Bolin at Lincoln Trail Elementary; and instructional assistant Mike Galyan, part-time custodians Diana Alexander and William Delashmutt, and volunteer assistant baseball coach Adam Estabrook at Heritage Hills High School.
• Approved transferring $100,000 from the education fund into the operations fund. The transfer is a monthly action.
• Appointed Lisa Waninger to the Lincoln Heritage Public Library Board for a term running Nov. 30, 2019, to Nov. 30, 2023.
• Approved the following field trip requests: Heritage Hills Middle School eighth-graders to the Tour of Opportunity featuring Waupaca, Mulzer Crushed Stone, Best Home Furnishings and Spencer County Bank; high school choir students to Spencer County Night with the Evansville Thunderbolts; David Turnham third-graders on a walking trip to Schum Monuments in Dale; Nancy Hanks Elementary sixth-graders to the Kentucky Science Center in Louisville, Kentucky; and David Turnham sixth-graders to Gheens Science Hall & Rauch Planetarium in Louisville, Kentucky.
• Approved the following professional leaves: Brian Pund to ILEARN Alignment training with the Indiana Department of Education in Indianapolis; Ben Lawalin and Tracy Porter to the National Blue Ribbon Award ceremony in Washington, D.C.; and Dan Scherry to the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents annual meeting in Indianapolis.
• Thanked Southern Indiana Power for volunteering time to improve playgrounds at Nancy Hanks Elementary.
• Congratulated the high school Future Farmers of America mechanics team for placing 13th in the nation.
• Congratulated the high school Beta Club for their performance at the State Beta Convention.
• Thanked attorney Art Nordhoff for his 29 years of service to the school corporation as it was the final meeting he will attend.
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