The Archbold School Board took several personnel actions at its Monday, Oct. 16 meeting.
The board met in executive session for approximately 30 minutes to discuss the “employment, compensation, promotion, or demotion of public employees.”
No personnel-related action resulted from the executive session.
The board approved tuition reimbursement for classes taken by district teachers during the 2016-17 school year.
The reimbursement is covered in the contract with the Archbold Education Association, which represents teachers and certified personnel in labor negotiations with the district.
Special board approval was granted for reimbursement for Jennifer Hurst, a fourth grade teacher. Jeremy Hurst, board member, abstained on the vote.
Also, special board approval was granted for reimbursement for Ben Gericke, a third grade teacher. John Downey, a board member, abstained.
Kay Ballin was granted a one-year contract as a classified substitute teacher for the current school year effective Oct. 10.
The board accepted the resignation of Brianne Baden as middle school cheer advisor. Her resignation was effective Oct. 9, for the remainder of the 2017- 18 school year.
The board also approved Alissa Stockburger as middle school cheer advisor effective Oct. 9, for the remainder of the football season.
Five teachers were moved on the district salary schedule. Joseph Williams, Spanish teacher, was moved to the bachelor’s degree with 150 hours of college credit level.
Cindy Clark, a fifth grade teacher, and Miranda Sumpter, intervention specialist, each were given credit for obtaining master’s degrees.
John Culler, computer applications and industrial arts teacher, and Dave Walker, physical education and health teacher, were moved to the master’s plus 30 hours level.
The board also approved David Dominique as a volunteer wrestling coach for 2017-18.