The Pettisville School Board accepted two resignations at its Monday, March 26 meeting.
Dawn Walsh, a third grade teacher, submitted her resignation and plans to retire.
She was a teacher for 12 years at Pettisville.
The board also accepted the resignation of Char Lee, who teaches high school accounting and some computer classes.
She also served as a monitor for study hall and playground recess supervisor.
Michael Lane, high school principal, said Lee’s accounting program was “head and shoulders above other accounting programs throughout Northwest Ohio.”
He said at accounting competitions, Pettisville students often took nearly all of the top awards. Race To The Top
Supplemental contracts were awarded to Rebecca Dorosz, Maggie Enderle, and Jacinta Nafziger.
The trio are leading the district’s participation in Race to the Top, a federal grant program that provides over $4 billion to spur innovation and reform in local school districts.
Each was awarded $750 contracts for extra work leading the program this year. They were also each given $500 for their work during the previous school year. Musical
Supplemental contracts were also approved for those leading the school musical this year.
Contracts were issued to Duane Beck, who served as musical director; Rebecca Dadisman, assistant director drama; Rebecca Yoder, assistant director-music and orchestra director, and Karen Grieser, choreographer and set director.
Steve Switzer, Pettisville school district superintendent, praised the drama, saying, “The musical was excellent. It could not have been better.”–D.J. Neuenschwander