Trustees dedicated more than two hours Friday to personnel matters, approving nearly two dozen changes. Seven resignations were accepted, 11 new people hired and four reassigned to different positions within the district following the special called meeting.
The Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees officially accepted Charles Alderman’s resignation and approved the selection committee’s recommendation of Joshua Williams to replace him as high school principal, beginning Monday.
Sarah Beth Frazier was approved to move from Doulgas to middle school to teach math. Nikka Kellem too fill a math slot at middle school.
Leslie Harred is trading her desk in the middle school counselor’s office for one at high school. Nancy Kirby was hired to fill teh counselor at middle school.
Mary Ann Williams is trading an aide position at Austin Academic Center for a special education teaching position at middle school. Courtney Hettich was approved to fill a special education position at SSMS also.
Madeline Yancy will transfer from a secretary desk for the Special Services Department to become benefits coordinator at the Administration Building.
Also hired new at the high school was Cindy Graham and Alyssa Post, to teach English, and and Hope Habel to teach math. Frances Charlton was hired to teach fifth grade and Charla Law as a physical education aide at Douglas. Christi Emmert will teach music at Bowie and Lamar Primary schools. Rounding out the list of new staff will be Peggy Beck as tax clerk in the Administration Building, she replaces Sandra Gibby who is moving up to replace long time tax collector Judy Gregg, who is retiring this summer.
Other resignations officially accepted Friday by the school board included that of Rudy Gaytan, secondary math specialist for high school/administration; Nikole Lamb, high school secretary; Amber Landers, pre-kindergarten teacher at Early Childhood Learning Center; Amanda Nabors, Head Start aide at ECLC; Lauren Owens, payroll services at the Administration Building; and Stacey Stancik, high school science teacher.
In other business, school trustees gave the go ahead for the purchase of a Honeywell-Tridium Energy Management System for Sulphur Springs High school, which extends the continued energy efficiency upgrades to that campus.
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