Wauseon Board Of Education Has Last Noon Meeting Of Year

IMG_0090.JPGBy: Shar Dimick

The Wauseon Board of Education had a light agenda May 28 at their last noon meeting until fall.

First on the agenda the board accepted donations from the Wauseon Athletic Boosters of $5,000 for a softball scoreboard, $2,047 for miscellaneous football equipment, $3,500 for softball scoreboard installation and $2,950 for Junior High track uniforms.

Next the board approved the FY15-FY19 five-year forecast as required by law (ORC Section 5705.391(b), authorized a then and now certificate to Chief Supermarket of $58 for Food Lab Supplies and approved the 2015-2016 educational agreement between the Wauseon Exempted Village Schools and the Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention Training and Rehabilitation Center at $38.00 per student per week day.

In personnel business, the board:

•Offered a one-year limited certificated teaching contract and to Don Clark as the WHS Band Instructor for the 2015-16 school year and a non-athletic supplement contract for Summer

•Offered a one-year limited certificated teaching contract to Myriah Wooley as a 3rd Grade Teacher for the 2015-16 school year.

•Approved Carrie Dobaczeski as a Substitute Bus Driver for the 2014-15 school year, retroactive to April 2, 2015.

•Approved Courtney Fisher as a Classified Substitute for the 2014-15 school year

•Offered a one-year limited athletic supplemental contract to Joe Torres as the WHS Varsity Assistant Boys Soccer Coach for the 2015-16 school year.

•Approved the following teachers for OGT Summer Intervention instruction: Tom Brady, Katherine Miller, Victoria Hanson, Laura Vorwerk and Kayla Heising

The next board meeting is scheduled for Monday, June 22 at 5:30 PM at the board office.

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