2011-01-27 / Local & State

Central Fulton Conducts Brief Meeting

By Chanin Rotz-Mountz

Central Fulton School Board attended to a variety of business last Tuesday in a brief amount of time, with the majority of issues related to personnel.

As a result of board approval, almost one dozen individuals were placed on the extracurricular salary scale for the 2010-11 school year. Approval was granted to:

 Donna Fisher, academic awards advisor, $406.67

 Shelly McMullen, academic awards advisor, $406.67

 Carleen Grissinger, academic awards advisor, $406.67

 Stephen Walker, high school musical set design/construction, $2,220

 Melissa Horton, high school musical costume assistant, $860

 Carolyn Kerlin, high school musical assistant accompanist, $1,920

 Nancy Shearer, high school musical assistant, $3,020

 Noreen Mann, high school musical accompanist, $3,020

 Hope Moore, high school musical volunteer

 Margie Sexton, high school musical costume assistant, $572.50.

Thomas King of Harrisonville was added to the district’s professional substitute list having completed emergency certification through Tuscarora Intermediate Unit #11.

Mallory Welsh, McConnellsburg, and Greencastle resident Amanda Christman were also placed on the professional substitute list. Their clearances have been submitted and are in order.

Elementary teachers Lori Mellott and Heather Bloomer will be taking leaves of absence through the Family Medical Leave Act. The teachers’ documentation are on file in the district office.

Under curriculum, Kathy Kendall was granted authorization to take the sixth- grade class to the Big Cove Tannery fish hatchery on May 16. The trip will be taken at no cost to the district.

The daily rate for K4 Route #026, contracted to Lynn Reeder, was increased retroactive to December 15 as a result of relocating a student. The rate change will bring Reeder’s daily pay to $85.24.

Charles Frame of Boyer and Ritter, certified public accounts, presented an overview of the district’s 2009-10 financial statements, which were approved on a 8-0 roll-call vote. Board member Brent Carlson was unable to attend the January 18 meeting.

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