The Marion Center Area School District addressed some personnel issues at its Monday night meeting.
The district has approved Lauren Makara as an elementary school music teacher and Teresa Capo as a long-term alternative to English for a daily salary of $ 32,500.
Sarah Hile and Cassie Meneely were given maternity leave. Meneely’s vacation will take effect on November 17th. Michaela Lydic was hired as an alternative language pathologist to fill out for $ 180 a day during Meneely’s vacation.
Other issues included adding multiple people to the district’s surrogate list. The following have been added: Guest teachers Kirby Eicholtz, Shania DeFoor, Ashlinn Aimino. ARIN guest teacher Jennifer Lowry. Nutrition Services, Brenda Armstrong; Secretary, Diana Riddick; Education Assistant, Skylar Toth; and Robert Flack.
The Board also regretted and approved the resignation of Kimberly Eiselmann and Charles Crossland, the full-time eight-hour night caretaker of October 29, in nutrition services. In addition to Crossland’s resignation, he has been added to the alternative list.
In other news, the board approved:
- Carissa Burns, Alaina Pennington, Danielle White, Alycia Gottschalk, Samantha Goddenow, Jenny Klimkowski, Rebecca Behune and Carrie Lippert have been added to the district’s volunteer list.
- Amanda Batter has joined as a volunteer cheer coach.
- Varsity Wrestling Team Participation in Next Night Competition: Pencambria, December 17-18. Southmoreland, December 27-28. And West Branch, January 28-29, 2022. The athletic club provides transportation and the wrestling boosters provide hotels and meals.
- Requested Tyson Ellenberger and Rebecca Usko to take students to a state leadership workshop at the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in Pocono Manor from October 30th to November 1st.
- Payments to Dr. Petrus from 2021 to 22 required a dental examination at a cost of $ 5 per examination.
- District participation in the PSBA Policy Maintenance Program.
- September 24th (half day) and October 6th-8th, unpaid days due to the circumstances that should be taken into account at Ashley Hall.
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