Meigs Board approves agenda items

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

Brittany Cundiff was hired as a personal assistant at Meigs Intermediate School at a rate of $12.50 per hour, not to exceed 29 hours per week.

The board approved entering into a purchased service agreement with Susan Eason and Jessica Barnett for speech related services as needed for the 2017-18 school year.

Marjorie Fetty, Jodi Shultz, Barbara Musser, Connie Halley, Emily Hill and Debra McCall were hired as intervention tutors at Meigs Primary School at a rate of $90 per day.

Nathan Becker was hired as the cross country coach at Meigs Middle School. Michael Davis was approved as a volunteer assistant football coach. Tyler Brothers was approved as a volunteer assistant cross country coach.

A list of substitute personal assistants were approved as presented. Racquel Miller was approved as a substitute custodian for the 2017-18 school year.

Grants for the 2017-18 school year were accepted as follows, $400,000, 21st Century Grant; $88,000, Early Childhood Education.

Audit fees for fiscal year 2017 were estimated at $26,035, with the Auditor of State to conduct the audit.

Board member Ryan Mahr told the board that Sheriff Keith Wood would like to communicate/discuss the jail levy. He would also like to place literature and displays in the building to help educate the public.

Board member Heather Hawley asked about a timing machine for track and the possibility of getting someone certified to help with the clock for track meets.

Minutes of the previous meeting were approved as presented.

Staff Report