Van Wert Metropolis Faculty Board OKs contracts


By Sherry Missler

Moments Bulletin Personnel Author

smissler@timesbulletin.com

VAN
WERT — The Van Wert Town Colleges Board of Education accredited a number
of contracts throughout its assembly on Wednesday evening. Getting
supplemental coaching contracts were Kimberly Laudick, Paul Wisden, Ben
Laudick, Hannah Phlipot, Megan Hurless, Kevin Decker, Jacque Welch,
Mimmo Lytle, Cole Harting, Josiah Poletta, Steve Sealscott, Bryce Crea,
Steve Recker, Jordan Danylchuck, Nick Pauff, Josh Poulson, Adam Tussing,
Charlie Witten, Brandon Lintermoon, Seth Baer, Chris Heath, Gage
Chiles, Rachel White, Natoshia Wilhelm, Bob Spath, Joseph Foster, Selena
Witten, Eli Alvarez, and Claire White.

The conference opened with a
presentation by Rhonda Cunningham, the director of Van Wert University at
the Goedde, and several students working in the greenhouse on the 3rd
floor of the Goedde Setting up. People attending the assembly experienced the
option to style foods created with plants developed in the greenhouse,
which includes those people applying the hydroponics process.

Treasurer Michelle Mawer spoke on Home Bill 126 and how it might effect the district’s potential to contest assets valuations.

Assistant
Superintendent Monthly bill Clifton dealt with the probability of buying one particular
or two buses as nicely as a maintenance truck for following calendar year.

Superintendent
Mark Bagley spoke on a wide variety of troubles, which includes hiring new staff members
and the accomplishments of pupils this school yr. He claimed, “Our
learners are to be commended for how properly they get the job done jointly.” He
concluded by praising users of the Stadium Committee for their
endeavours. “I just want to publicly thank them for all their hard get the job done.
It’s been a lengthy journey. They’ve finished an excellent career.”

In other action, the Board:

* Acknowledged the supplemental deal resignations of Damian Helm, Valerie Baker, and Toni Hauter.

* Authorized a request from Kelly Foster for a second yr of go away of absence.

*
Authorized Toni Hauter as an Early Childhood Middle common cafeteria
employee, Janey Knittle as an elementary school general cafeteria employee,
Troy Syphrit and Dante Jones as elementary college custodial /
maintenance staff.

* Approved Natasha Hunnicutt as head nurse.

* Authorized Jennifer Missler as paraprofessional at the Van Wert University at the Goedde.

*
Accepted the transfers of Frankie Bowen from higher faculty counselor to
center school counselor, Amanda Temple from center school science
trainer to higher college science teacher, and Maggie Roehm from substantial
college intervention expert to counselor for the forthcoming agreement
calendar year.

* Authorized Beth Collins, Rachel Davis, Toni Hauter, Tonya
Sroufe, Abbi Marbaugh, Ashley Brown, Ethan Mooney, and Alexa Gearhart as
summer time substitute custodial workers for the summertime of 2022.

*
Permitted supplemental coaching contracts to Damian Helm as freshman
baseball mentor and Ben Selling price as volunteer baseball assistant coach.

* Accredited for graduation the Course of 2022.

* Accepted worker contracts/income notices for the impending agreement 12 months.

*
Authorised the modification to the contract for FY 2022 amongst the Van Wert
County Board of Developmental Disabilities and the Van Wert Metropolis
School.

* Approved the agreement for FY 2023 between the Van Wert
County Board of Developmental Disabilities and the Van Wert City Colleges
(Family and Kids Initially Council).

* Accredited a modification to the Van Wert Athletic Section handbook relating to athletic team fund requests.

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Acknowledged donations from Roland Alvarez, Lee Kinstle GM Revenue and
Service, Kent and Pamela Eddy, the Kimberly Russell Declaration of
Have faith in, Jeremy and Cristi Laukhuf, the Van Wert County Basis,
William and Traci Carter, an nameless donor, Mike and Dawn Kennedy,
Kelli Thompson, Sparetime LLC, Vantage (fundraiser), Paul and Nicole
Mandeville, Brett and Stacy Strick, Debra and Dennis Fegley, Honda,
Fuerst Spouse and children Chiropractic, United Way, Charles and Sharon Thompson, Van
Wert Rotary Basis, 1st Federal Van Wert, the Elementary PTO,
Laudick’s Jewelry, John and Margaret Shafer Maney, F.W. and Kimberly
Purmort, and Van Wert Rotary Basis.

The Board went into government session at the conclusion of the assembly with no action taken.

The
following scheduled assembly is Wednesday, May well 25 starting at 5 p.m. in the
Very first Federal Lecture Corridor at the Niswonger Accomplishing Arts Heart.



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