Montpelier Board Continues Preparations For The Upcoming 2015-2016 School Year

The Montpelier Exempted Village Board of Education convened in regular session on the afternoon of July 14.

The Board approved another considerable list of donations, including:

•From: Montpelier Moose $250.00, Montpelier Rotary $400.00, Transportation Department $250.00, Moore Industries $100.00, and Fry Brothers Steel $200.00 to the Archery Club

•From: The memorial of Julie Blake $50.00 to the Media Center

•From: Montpelier Civic League $100.00 to the Spelling Bee

•From: Montpelier Civic League $300.00 to the Accelerated Reader program

•From: Montpelier Civic League $300.00 to JH Track

•From: Montpelier Civic League $150.00 to the Geography Bee

•From: Montpelier Athletic Boosters $650.00 to Boys Basketball

•From: CK Technologies $250.00, Montpelier Men’s Booster Club $500.00, and the Montpelier Athletic Boosters $600.00 to Girls Basketball

•From: Winzeler’s Stamping Company $2,000.00 to the John B. Dwyer Scholarship-Leung

•From: Montpelier Men Booster Club $500.00 to Cheerleading

•From: Church Women United Thrift Shop $1,000.00 to the Church Women United Scholarship

The Board moved to accept the resignation of Nicole Manahan, intervention specialist, effective July 7, 2015. The Board extended a contract to LeAnn Moser as a gifted services coordinator at $335 per diem, with 18 contract days and no benefits, including sick leave, for the 2015-2016 school year, and approved Jared Sargent as a volunteer junior high football coach for the 2015-2016 school year.

The Board approved the following supplemental contracts for mentors for the 2015-2016 school year for:

Stephanie Friend
Kacie Vitek
Tammie Mercer Chmielewski
Jennifer Martin
Rosemary Dockery
David Bauer
Jason Johnston
Stacie Yagelski
Anna Kauffman
Stacy Guelde
Raya Fackler
Amy Scott
Alysha Saneholtz
Dawn Smith

The Board agreed to a continuing contract with Kent State University/Research and Sponsored Programs for speech and language service for the 2015-2016 school year, not to exceed $82,200.00, and also agreed to a contract with the Edon Northwest Local School District for consumer science teacher services for the 2015-2016 school year. The Board approved the continuation of bus routes from the previous years for the 2015-2016 school year, and approved the revised classified staff manual effective July 1, 2015.

In final actions, the Board moved to approve a waiver from the Ohio Department of Education requirements to implement a Career-Technical Expansion program for students in grades seven and eight, as well as the substitute teacher lists from the Northwest Ohio Education Service Center monthly for the 2015-2016 school year.

Timothy Kays can be reached at
tim@thevillagereporter.com

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