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By Mount Vernon News
April 18, 2013 10:16 am EDT

 

ST. LOUISVILLE — Newton Elementary School was the site for a fairly routine meeting of the North Fork Board of Education on Monday.

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The board granted the retirement requests of high school science teacher Sandra Coe, who has served North Fork for 20 years and of high school social studies teacher Barbara Huber, who has served the district 24 years. Martha Minnis was approved as a home instruction tutor for a health-handicapped student beginning April 1 and continuing until doctor’s release, and the board transferred Linda Grennell from food service to building services, retroactive to March 11.

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