Meigs Board approves personnel


Staff Report



ROCKSPRINGS — The Meigs Local Board of Educations approved several agenda items during Tuesday’s regular meeting, including hirings connected to the 21st Century Grant.

Josie Russell was hired as the site coordinator for the program at the middle school, with Chelsea Barnes hired as the service coordinator at the middle school. Emily Hill was hired as the site coordinator at the elementary school. Amy Wilson was hired as the service coordinator at the elementary school. All positions are funded through the 21st Century Grant.

Jayson Tillis was hired on a one-year contract as a bus driver effective Oct. 5, 2017.

Stephanie Thatcher was hired as an intervention tutor at Meigs Primary.

Substitute teachers for the 2017-18 school year were approved as follows: Linda Yonker (retroactive to Aug. 22), Jo Dunn (retroactive to Sept. 1), Mary Brauer (retroactive to Aug. 21), Kyle Hively, Rachel Burns, Michael Douglas, William Downie Jr., Kenneth Green, Allen Midcap, Tyler LEgg, Wendy Lively, Jessica Marcum, Joseph McCall, Barbara Musser, Edward Safranek, Milagros Santoni, Jessica Simons, Aaron Trout, Nathan Syring, Dean Wagner and Timothy Warner.

Substitute cooks for the 2017-18 school year were approved as follows: Gabrielle Arbaugh, Aja Blackwell-Collins, Lyle Moon, Racquel Miller (retroactive to Sept. 5), Briana Willis (retroactive to Sept. 5) and Kimberly Wilson.

Carolyn Jones and Beverly Vickers were approved as substitute bus drivers for the 2017-18 school year. Bobbi Newland and Mary Rose were approved as substitute secretaries.

A new steamer was approved for the middle school kitchen in the amount of $17,657.75, which includes shipping and installation.

An agreement was approved with the Athens Meigs ESC in the amount of $399,699.80.

Financial reports, bills and the minutes of the previous meeting were approved as presented.

Staff Report