Board Chairman Dustin Howard and board veteran Bernie Sirois just about every served in their ultimate routinely scheduled meeting of the Salem R-80 Board of Schooling Thursday night. The board gave gifts to every single, commemorating their provider on the board.
On the docket Thursday was a selection of critical challenges each in open up and in shut sessions.
In open up session, the board:
• unanimously authorized updates to the Risk-free Return to In-Man or woman Instruction and Continuity of Providers System (SRCSP) as the the greater part of COVID-19 relevant limitations have been lifted throughout the nation. Superintendent Lynne Reed explained to the board that she believed that she experienced scoured the policy perfectly sufficient to get rid of virtually anything concerning COVID-19.
• reviewed what sort of construction to go through for a place with the secondary use of a FEMA safe and sound room. A few solutions in particular ended up drawn up that would suit into needs for a grant from FEMA pertaining to services with the secondary use of a FEMA-harmless home. The board unanimously voted to transfer ahead with the choice that bundled a wing of new classrooms in the layout technical specs. If the FEMA-risk-free space grant software is permitted, the greater part of the price for the renovation will be compensated for by that grant and the charge to the district is approximated to be all around $800,000. The board indicated that they selected the classroom alternative because it would in good shape in well with options for foreseeable future renovations.
Also at Thursday’s conference, the board:
• unanimously recognized a meals service bid from Opaa! Meals Management Inc. Opaa! is expected to bring the district’s meals products and services persistently back into the black on price tag. The business agent present at the meeting attributed much of that to the bulk purchasing electric power of their corporation which offers expert services for additional than 120 colleges in the point out,
• was introduced university student recognition from A.J. Tinker (who introduced Justin Arthur and Joseph McCarter, winners at the Building Trades District Contest) and Amber Pryor and Bryson Barnes (who released pupils Denise Stoner, Sierra Rusco and Liberty Ross, top scorers at the FBLA District contest),
• was presented a thank-you card from Pat and Kyle Anderson, thanking the district for the memory stone in remembrance of Anderson’s father,
• was introduced the Superintendent’s Report from Reed. The report provided updates on funds, ESP update, and tuition. A tuition suggestion will be given to the board in April,
• was offered principal reports from Anderson, Parks, Blau, Wisdom, and Moody,
• unanimously voted to declare a 1990 Dodge Ram 50 %-ton truck as surplus,
• unanimously voted to declare a 2010 Intercontinental Max 4 bus as surplus,
• unanimously voted to set summer faculty dates for Might 23 – June 10
• accepted to settle for a $40,000 health club ground sponsorship bid from the Financial institution of Salem. Board member Howard abstained.
• unanimously accredited to set the business conference for April 19 at 5:45 p.m. to decide on board officers for the coming year, straight away prior to the first board meeting after the April election which will be at 6 p.m. that identical night.
• unanimously accredited resignations from Lisa Jadwin, Tina McKee, Kristal Mihlfeld, Jake Reardon, Nick Frillman, Steven Taylor, Brian McNamee, Jerry Adkins, Bessie Sanders, and Darcy Reardon.
All board associates were current throughout a closed session meeting of the Salem R-80 Board of Schooling Thursday evening. The board voted to reassign Marty Anderson to the place of Unique Applications Director for the 2022-2023 university 12 months. The motion was designed by Andrew Wynn seconded by Steven Patterson. The movement handed 6-1, with Bernie Sirois voting from.
The board voted to reassign Tori Snitker to the place of higher faculty principal. The movement passed 6-1, with Sirois in opposition to.
Branden Piatt will be reassigned to the place of Assistant Higher University Principal for the 2022-2023 college calendar year. The motion handed 7-.
In closed session, the board also voted:
• unopposed to employ Salem Higher Elementary probationary instructor Ashlyn Patterson. The movement handed 6–1, with Steven Patterson abstaining.
• unopposed to use higher faculty probationary trainer Jared Patterson, with Steven Patterson abstaining. Patterson also abstained when the board voted 6–1 to employ the service of Jared Patterson as center school soccer mentor.
• 5-2 to seek the services of Bryan Carty as Tiger basketball head mentor, with Wynn and Patterson voting against.
The board unanimously passed the adhering to hires:
• William Lynch Elementary probationary teachers, Julie Harris, Future Hill, Meghan Lawrence, Melissa Lettman, Amanda Oppelt, Emily Parker, Shannon Phelps, Katie Sapp, and Raylene Wilson.
• Higher Elementary probationary teachers Alivia Elliott, Amanda Hanger, and Melanie Smith.
• Center Faculty probationary academics Kathleen Cole, Cayde Jackson, Chris Jessen, Amy Sanders, and Melinda Tucker.
• Superior School probationary academics Lisa Baker, Bryson Barnes, Kristen Barnes, Bryan Carty, Andy Felkerson, Derek Freeman, Martin Grey, Mark Howard, Tyler McConnell, Charles Mosley, Zachary Miller, Eric Myers, Brooke Rogers, Makayla Schafer, Janelle Wesson, Cody Woody, and AJ Tinker.
• Katlyn Swyers, UE teacher and Melynda Dillon, UE Specific Education instructor
• Bryson Barnes, head soccer Kristen Barnes, head volleyball Derek Freeman, head keep track of Tony Edwards, head baseball Will Hubbs, head tennis Travis Sampson, cross country and Kyle Anderson, golf Bryan Carty, assistant soccer Tony Edwards, assistant soccer mentor Kyle Anderson, assistant soccer Dustin Bell, assistant football and Mark Howard, middle school soccer Elizabeth Hogan, drop cheerleading Courtney Smith, center university cheerleading Kristen Barnes, middle school volleyball Andy Felkerson, assistant boys basketball Chris Kamprath, eighth quality boys basketball Calvin Malone, seventh quality boys basketball Travis Sampson, assistant monitor and Chris Kamprath, assistant monitor.