Meigs Board approves hirings, other agenda items


Staff Report



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

Ashlee Love was hired as the secretary to the superintendent, effective Oct. 1, 2018, with additional dates as included as part of a “bridge contract.”

Trevor Harrison was hired as the seventh grade boys basketball coach and Kaileb Sheets as the eighth grade girls basketball coach.

The following substitute teachers were approved for the 2018-19 school year, as approved by the Athens-Meigs Educational Service Center: Jacob Dunn, Allen Midcap, Heather Anerino, John Bailey, Marjorie Blake, Jillian Perry, Kimberly Francis, Gary Gambino, Kenneth Green, Kelley Grueser, Peter Kraft, Jessica Marcum, Alexandra White, Leah Rochester, Parisa Roustazedah, Milagros Santoni, Carson Schumacher, Judy Searles, Jessica Simons, Lawrence Wilcoxen, and Jeffrey Zidonis.

Virginia Underwood was approved as a substitute cook.

Personnel approved for the 21st Century Grant After-School Program at the elementary school were as follows: Rachel Jones, Kelly Roush, Abby Rodriquez, Andrea Houck, Melody Reynolds, Kerri Nourse, Samantha Barr, Joey Waters, Heidi DeLong, Maggie Malone, Marie Pierce, Mary Arnold, Jessica Bolin, Melissa Morris, Tanisha McKinney, Kimberly Davis, Sarah Lee and Shirley VanMeter.

Personnel approved for the 21st Century Grant After-School Program at the middle school were as follows: Chris Saber, Kelly Drummer, Lindsey Doudna, Shelia McKinney, Sarah Lee, Pam White, Heike Perko, Samantha Nance, Jessica King, Mary Arnold, Tonya McKee, Elizabeth Massie, Kim Barrett, Mary Bradbury, and Justine Dowler.

The board approved re-entering into a security service contract with the Meigs Local Sheriff’s Office.

The board adopted the McGraw Hill Education Glencoe Math Series as the curriculum for grades 6-8, as well as algebra 1, algebra 2 and geometry.

A special education manual was approved as submitted by Karla Brown, Special Education Coordinator.

The purchase of a 2008 International head start bus from Athens-Meigs ESC was approved for the cost of $1.

Financial reports and bills were approved as presented.

All action approved by a 4-0 vote, unless otherwise noted. Board member Barbara Musser was not present for the meeting.

The next regular meeting of the Meigs Local Board of Education is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 25 at the board office.

Staff Report