TUPPERS PLAINS — The Eastern Local Board of Education approved several agenda items during its May meeting.
Supplemental and pupil activity contracts for the 2012-13 school year were approved as follows: Cindy Chadwell, senior class co-advisor; Robyn Hawk, senior class co-advisor; Sam Thompson, National Honor Society advisor; Pam Douthitt, athletic director; Corey Britton, head boys basketball coach; Joel Lynch, summer weight room supervisor; Charles Weber, paid assistant golf coach; Dave Tennant, varsity football coach; Kemp Kelly, paid varsity assistant football coach; John Burdette, head girls basketball coach; Bobby Calaway, girls reserve basketball coach; Brian Cummins, junior high football coach; Jared Cullen, paid assistant boys basketball coach; and Denny Facemyer, junior varsity assistant boys basketball coach.
The resignation of Leslie LeBlanc, Spanish teacher, was approved at the end of the 2011-12 school year due to relocating. The resignation of Glenn Easterling, bus driver, was approved effective September 1.
Approval was given for the following summer positions through the 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant: Heather Wolfe, Program Director; Rachel Marten, summer site coordinator; Sheryl Roush, guidance counselor/social worker; Krista Johnson, Carly Hayes, Kirk Reed, Samuel Thompson, and Deborah Kerwood, intervention specialist; Kaitlyn L. Stewart, instructional aide; Tom Pullins, bus driver; Lesa Sidwll, bus driver.
Charles Martindale was approved as evening custodian at the Easter Elementary building on a one-year contract.
Student accident insurance was approved for the 2012-13 school year with Reed & Baur Insurance Agency.
The School Safety and Crisis Response Plan was approved for the Eastern Local School District.
The coaching evaluation form was approved as presented by Superintendent Scot Gheen.
Open enrollment students approved for the remainder of the school year were Destiny Adams, James Adams and Bryleigh Weigum. The students were already enrolled in Eastern Local Schools and moved from the district.
A bid was accepted from C&T Design and Equipment Company in the amount of $23,128.57 to replace the high school cafeteria service line.
The board approved participation in the TANF summer youth employment program through the department of job and family services.
The posting of the position of Summer School Instructor was approved.
Food sales service and standards were approved as mandated by House Bill 210.
The next meeting of the Eastern Local Board of Education will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 21 at the Eastern Elementary School.
The meeting minutes were approved by a 3-2 vote with board members Dennis Eichinger and Mark Hall voting no.
The financial report was approved by a 4-0 vote, with Hall abstaining.
The five-year forecast was approved by a 5-0 vote as presented by treasurer Lisa Ritchie.
An amendment to the permanent appropriations was approved in the amount to $1,481.90.