Meigs Board recognizes students, accepts retirements


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The Meigs Local Board of Education recognized students of the month during their recent board meeting. Pictured are Board Member Heather Hawley and the March Students of the Month.


ROCKSPRINGS — The Meigs Local Board of Education approved numerous agenda items and recognized several students during its recent board meeting.

Board member Heather Hawley recognized the district’s students of the month presenting each with a pin and certificate.

Supt. Scot Gheen reported to the board that the Meigs Middle School archery team earned the State Championship held in Columbus.

Additionally, Gheen noted that Dillon Mahr received the All-Academic Ohio Award in basketball.

Board President Larry Tucker received an award from the Ohio School Board Association for becoming a 10-year board member.

The board accepted the resignation of Margaret Barr as Meigs Primary School Librarian effective Aug. 15 for retirement purposes.

The resignation of Coleen Whaley as cook/cashier at Meigs High School was approved effective June 1 for retirement purposes.

The resignation of Jo Jewell, bus driver, was accepted effective June 30 for retirement purposes.

The board approved the resignation of Marsha Russell, assistant to the treasurer, effective June 30 for retirement purposes.

John McKinney was hired as a custodian at Meigs Middle School and High School effective April 17.

Tyler Brothers was approved as a substitute teacher for the remainder of the year. Savannah Capehart was hired as a bus monitor for the remainder of the 2016-17 school year.

The board approved entering into a purchased services agreement with Danny Reed for summer 2017 technology support with costs not to exceed $7,500.

A now and then invoice was approved in the amount of $8,023 from Croswell Bus Line for the eighth grade trip.

The cafeteria report and minutes of the previous meeting were approved as submitted.

The board went into executive session for personnel matters.

The Meigs Local Board of Education recognized students of the month during their recent board meeting. Pictured are Board Member Heather Hawley and the March Students of the Month.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/04/web1_3.30-Meigs-Board.jpgThe Meigs Local Board of Education recognized students of the month during their recent board meeting. Pictured are Board Member Heather Hawley and the March Students of the Month.

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