Meigs Board approves administrative contracts

Staff Report

ROCKSPRINGS — The Meigs Local Board of Education approved numerous administrative contracts during last week’s meeting.

Lorri Lightle was rehired on a four year contract as the Meigs Intermediate School Principal.

David Deem was rehired on a five year contract as the Meigs Middle School Principal.

Rick Blaettnar was rehired on a one year contract as the high school assistant principal.

Paul McElroy was rehired on a one year contract as the district’s Director of Operations.

Melissa Lambert was approved as an assistant to the treasurer retroactive to May 1 on a one-year contract.

Katrina Spurlock was hired as a personal assistant at Carleton School retroactive to April 24 for the remainder of the school year.

The contracts of Kim Wolfe, Meigs Elementary After-School Coordinator and Veronica Grimm, Meigs Middle School After-School Coordinator, were non-renewed due to the expiration of the 21st Century Grant funding.

The non-renewal of contracts, due to the expiration of Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Grant, were approved as follows: Brenda Phalin, school counselor at Meigs Primary; Josie Russell, service coordinator at Meigs Primary; Julie Mayer, social worker at Meigs Intermediate; and Whitney Putman, school counselor at Meigs Intermediate.

Assistant varsity football coaches approved for the 2017 season were as follows: Rick Olexa, Cassady Willford, Josh Riffle, Alex Saunders, Tyler Brothers (volunteer), Craig Knight (volunteer), David Brainard (volunteer) and Jeff McElroy (volunteer).

Football coaches approved for Meigs Middle School were Dan Thomas, Cass Cleland, Ben Eberts and Scott Powell.

Assistant volleyball coaches approved for the 2017 season were Kaylee Chapman, junior varsity coach; Amanda Newsome, 8th grade coach; Chrissy Musser, 7th grade coach; Kevin Musser, volunteer assistant coach.

An agreement was approved with Meta Solutions for Internet Access Service (ISP) and managed internal broadband services (MIBS). Both agreements will be part of the E-Rate program.

A donation from Bob and Corena Barnitz was accepted for the Meigs Scholarship Fund.

The donation of an ambulance from Meigs County EMS for training purposes in the Meigs High School criminal justice program was approved.

The board approved the first reading of multiple policies as recommended by NEOLA.

The board went into executive session for 52 minutes for personnel matters and consideration of the purchase of property or sale of property at competitive bidding.

The board approved the minutes of the previous meeting, financial reports and bills as presented. The five-year forecast was approved as presented.

Staff Report