RACINE — The Southern Local Board of Education approved several agenda items during the recent meeting.
Teachers approved for the after school program at Southern Elementary were, first grade, Patti Struble and Misty Rogers; second grade, Ashli Thompson and Kaylin Spradling; third grade, Beth Bay and Carolyn Robinson; fourth grade, Kaylin Spradling and Lori Sharp; fifth grade, Patty Cook; sixth grade, Jenny Manuel; seventh/eighth grade, Megan Edwards, Joe Cornell and Kevin Vernon; intervention, Evelyn Stanley.
Teachers approved for the after school program at the high school were, social studies, Ryan Lemley; English, Don Dudding; math, Alicia Ngo; math, Ryan Davis; science, Ann Ohlinger; science, Koste ElDabaja; intervention, Marsha Weaver.
After school program enrichment activity leaders approved for the high school were, fitness, Daniel Otto; video/gaming, Kevin Vernon; film making, Don Dudding; board gaming, Ryan Davis; scrapbooking, Ashli Thompson; knitting, Ann Ohlinger; cooking, Diane Dunfee and Marsha Weaver.
Bus drivers approved for the after school program were Kathy Miller, Melissa Reedy, Shari Cogar and Cheryl Smith.
Substitute teachers approved for the 2012-13 school year, pending completion of all requirements, are, Greg Bailey, Peggy Bailey, Luke Bentley, Thomas Brady, Ellyn Burns, Ladona Stephens, Christopher Carroll, Jeff Dolan, Cheryl Facemyer, Natalie Greene, Roberta Harbour, Amanda Tope, Rachel Kilbarger, Warren Lukens, Lester Manuel, David Maxson, Joseph McCall, Jason Williams, Jarod Moore, Tiffay Qualls, Edward Safranek, Samantha Smetana, and Sarah Smith.
Classified substitutes approved were Ellyn Burns, William Cooperrider, Sharon Gantt, Claudia Guffey, Debra Hill, and Amanda Schwarzel.
Dolly Wolfe, Sharon Birch, and Pam Foreman were hired as day tutors for 90 days at a rate of $70 per day.
Lisa Schenkelberg was hired as a tutor for a home bound student at a rate of $23 per hours for five hours per week during the 2012-13 school year.
Sara Gilbride was hired as a personal care aide for a student at Carleton Schools as needed at a rate of $9 per hour.
Supplemental contracts were approved with Chris Kamerer, reserve girls basketball; Mindy Patterson, freshman class advisor; Joe Wolfe, volunteer cross country; and Zane Beegle, volunteer high school girls basketball.
The board approved amending motion 195-2012 to remove Kelly Pape as a member of LPDC and add Shelly Barr as a member of LPDC.
In other business, the purchase of a rebuilt engine for bus 12 was approved as presented. The cost is $12,208.32.
Temporary revised appropriations were approved in the amount of $15,562,486 as presented by the treasurer.
Board policies and forms were approved as presented by the superintendent. This includes bullying and other forms of aggressive behavior, student abuse and neglect, promotion, academic acceleration, placement and retention policies, third grade guarantee, student assessment and academic intervention services, pediculosis treatment form, and steps for treating head lice.
The board approved a resolution to align with Athens-Meigs Educational Service Center.
Present at the meeting were board members Denny Evans, Peggy Gibbs, Paul Harris, Dennie Hill and John Hoback.
The next meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 22 in the high school media center.