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By Mount Vernon News
September 19, 2012 11:22 am EDT

 

MOUNT VERNON — Monday’s meeting of the Mount Vernon school board was largely routine, Treasurer Judy Stahl-Reynolds told the News on Tuesday.

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Personnel actions taken by the board included the advancement of half-time Dan Emmett kindergarten teacher Kathryn Wilson to the master’s level of the pay scale due to verification of degree. The board also issued a continuing contract to middle school math/language arts teacher Donald Newcomer and retroactively granted district health aide Pat Metcalf extended time to assist with kindergarten registration on Aug. 13. Raye Ellen Nixon was employed as a part-time intervention specialists and temporary Title I reading teacher, and Ken Wiles was named Web page master. Angela Grossman was employed as an intervention specialist and contracts were issued to Christopher Bartel, Nicole Valot and Denise Brandon. Several supplemental contracts were issued, safety patrol advisors were announced, home instructors were approved and additions made to both the classified and certified the substitute lists. The board hired lay person Tracy Robinson to serve as assistant boys basketball coach and hired David Boyles as a four-hour custodian at Dan Emmett Elementary. Tammy Goetzman was employed as a four-hour substitute calling secretary and the board approved the transferal of cook Bev Small from Dan Emmett to Twin Oak and cook Judy Woosley from the high school to Dan Emmett.

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