ROCKSPRINGS — The Meigs Local Board of Education approved several agenda items during its recent meeting held in Columbus.
The meeting was moved from its original date and location due to board members attending the state conference in Columbus.
The board approved a resolution to authorize the sale at public auction of real property owned by the board in accordance with Ohio Revised Code 3313.41.
According to Treasurer Roy Johnson, the district received the property from the county for delinquent property taxes.A sheriff sale had been held on the property a couple years ago and it did not reach an acceptable bid level. Therefore, by law, the property was deeded over to the school. The property is located on Laurel Cliff Rd formerly owned by Cora Renshaw. The property is expected to be advertised soon.
A then and now invoice was approved in the amount of $35,274.55 from Success for All Foundation.
The donation of a 1998 Dodge Durango from Kenneth Cozart for the auto tech program was accepted as approved by Jeff Bissell.
Substitute teachers approved for the remainder of the school year were approved as follows: Jessica Ashley, Olivia Bevan, Kay Long, Abigail Morgan, Jonathan Pyrak and Jeffrey Vogt. Mary Brauer was approved as a substitute teacher retroactive to Nov. 9. Ruth Bush and Rebecca Parsons were approved as substitute secretaries for the remainder of the school year. Sherri Sisson was approved as a substitute bus driver retroactive to Oct. 31. Noel Davisson, Helena Featherston, Rhonda Foster, Carrie Harmon, Rebecca Parsons, Georgetta Sayre and Catina Werry were approved as substitute personal assistants.
Corrine Hatcher, Tara Reynolds and Savannah Sahr were approved for the elementary After-School Kids program for the remainder of the school year.
An overnight trip request from boys basketball coach Edmond Fry was approved for the team to travel to Tennessee from Dec. 26-30 to participate in the King of the Smokies Christmas Classic.
The financial report was approved as submitted, along with the bills for payment. The cafeteria report was approved as submitted by Christina Musser, Food Service Supervisor.
The two-hour early dismissal was approved for Nov. 22 for the purpose of staff professional development.
Policies were approved as recommended by NEOLA.
Board member Ryan Mahr was absent for the meeting.