Meigs Treasurer given contract extension


Board recognizes Students of the Month

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Meigs Local Students of the Month were honored during Tuesday evening’s Board of Education meeting at Meigs Elementary School.


ROCKSPRINGS — The Meigs Local Board of Education awarded Treasurer Roy Johnson with a five year contract extension during Tuesday evening’s regular board meeting.

Johnson was initially hired by the board in October 2014, and began his position on Jan. 1, 2015, replacing Mark Rhonemus who retired at that time.

Johnson’s new contract will run through July 31, 2022.

In other business, the board approved a resolution to close the Project Construction Fund and dispose of any remaining funds in accordance with the Ohio Revised Code. The fund was put in place after the district entered into a Classroom Facilities Assistance Program with the Ohio School Facilities Commission on Dec. 6, 1999. With the construction and contractual obligations completed, the board approved closing the fund.

An account was established for the Class of 2023.

In personnel matters, the board approved the hiring of Tyler Brothers as an assistant high school track coach, as well as Lisa Rowe and Arica Blackwell-Smith as assistant softball coaches.

The resignation of Donna Vance as Meigs Elementary cook was accepted for retirement purposes, effective June 30, 2017.

Tatjana Price was approved as a substitute teacher, with Seven Morris, Gerry Lee and Jayson Tillis approved as substitute bus drivers.

The minutes of the previous meeting, as well as the bills and financial report were approved as submitted.

Board member Heather Hawley and school principals recognized the students of the month with a certificate and pin.

Meigs Local Students of the Month were honored during Tuesday evening’s Board of Education meeting at Meigs Elementary School.
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Board recognizes Students of the Month

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