Members of the North Central Board of Education were handed their report cards at their Sepember regular meeting.
Superintendent Ken Boyer did a little research, and discovered a website which gives school districts their letter grades in various areas of education. A collective grade for each district will not be available until 2016. Each board member was handed the twenty-three page packet by Boyer in case they wanted to review the findings.
The school’s building project, which involves tearing down and rebuilding the band room and auditorium, had gotten a little behind in recent weeks. However, Boyer announced to the board that things are back on track.
Elementary Pricipal Paul Jones told the board of a volunteer program,with everyone from junior high and high school students to “retired teachers and Grandmas” teaming up to help tutor students in kindergarten through third grade. Volunteers and their charges will work together in twenty to thirty minute intervals.
Jones also made reference to the Families and Schools Together (FAST) Program. Said program, running from October 6 to November 24, is designed to assist parents in becoming active participants in their child’s school activities.
The North Central FAA was recognized as they are to attend the organizations National Convention in Louisville, Kentucky from October 29 to November 1.
The resignation of Chris Schlosser was accepted by the board. They also recinded a suspension of said employee’s contract upon receiving the resignation.
The board hired Kendra Ely as Sophomore Class Advisor, Angie Lashawy as a a crossing guard, and Rebecca Eustace as a cafeteria aide substitute at the meeting as well.
The board then entered Executive Session in order to discuss personnel matters. No action was taken. They will next meet in regular session on Tuesday, October 21.