Meeting: North Spencer SchoolsMarch 26, 2014
The North Spencer School Board met Monday and:
”¢ Approved the retirement of Barbara Huffman, a cafeteria assistant at Heritage Hills High School, effective at the end of the school year.
”¢ Accepted the resignation Megan Schwartz as an instructional assistant at David Turnham Educational Center and Vicki Meyer as evening custodian at the high school, both effective at the end of the school year.
”¢ Hired Jessica Williams as a half-day instructional assistant at David Turnham; Cynthia Smock as an evening custodian at Lincoln Trail Elementary School; Marsha Grundhoefer to fill the maternity leave of Laura Weisman as a fifth grade teacher and Mary Nelson to fill the maternity leave of Deanne Sitzman as instructional assistant, both at Nancy Hanks Elementary School; Tammy DeLashmutt as instructional assistant at Heritage Hills Middle School for the remainder of the school year; and Gary Bland as an evening custodian at the high school.
”¢ Approved Jeff Durham as a volunteer assistant football coach and Katara Luebbehusen and Hannah Bettag as volunteer assistant softball coaches, all at the high school.
”¢ Approved paying EcoLab Equipment of Evansville $7,700 to repair a broken fryer in the high school cafeteria.
”¢ Approved Superior Insulation of Ferdinand to installing insulation in football locker rooms and entry ways at the middle school for $5,320.
”¢ Granted permission for teachers to begin informal contract bargaining conversations with administrators and board members. The board’s bargaining committee is made up of Clint Coleman, Annie Oxley and David Waninger.
”¢ Heard a reminder from Superintendent Dan Scherry that the April 14 and 28 school board meetings will begin at 4 p.m. CDT because the board members will be visiting corporation schools on those dates.
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