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Ash continues to lead school board

Ash continues to lead school board

April 19th, 2017 by Michelle Brooks in Local News

At its regular meeting April 12, the California school board accepted the April 4 election results, swearing in incumbents Joe Kirby, Craig Ash and Philip Burger to new terms.

Photo by Michelle Brooks /News Tribune.

Craig Ash will continue to serve as the president of the Moniteau County R-I School District Board of Education.

At its regular meeting April 12, the school board accepted the April 4 election results, swearing in incumbents Ash, Philip Burger and Joe Kirby to new terms.

Burger was re-elected vice president, Jay VanDieren re-elected treasurer and Susie Gorrell re-elected board secretary.

The re-organized board adjusted committee assignments for the 2017-18 school year.

Burger and Ash will represent the local board at the Missouri School Board Association. Kirby and Rhonda Meyer will sit on the employee calendar committee. Burger and Derek VanLoo will sit on the employee salary committee. And Paul Bloch and VanDieren will serve on the TAB Committee.

In other business, the board:

Accepted five resignations — seventh-grade math teacher Seth Kincaid, seventh-grade history teacher David Austin, high school language arts teacher Sarah Byrne, high school flags coach Stacy Davis and middle school special education instructor Morgan Downing.

Accepted a $3,000 bid from the Tipton school district for a reel mower.

Accepted a $1,001.52 bid from David Stroebel for a Playmor trailer.

Set the summer school dates of May 22-June 16.

Tabled discussion about salary, insurance and unused sick leave reimbursement for vote at the May meeting.

Set a budget workshop special meeting at 6 p.m. May 9 at the central office.