Four people resigned, five were reassigned and four new staff were hired by Sulphur Springs trustees during Monday’s special school board meeting.
Long-time educator Chuck King’s resignation as SAC teacher at Sulphur Springs Middle School was accepted as was Douglas Intermediate School Principal and longtime educator Tona Sue Hudson’s resignation for retirement.
Holly Folmar, academic specialist at Sulphur Springs Elementary School, will move to Douglas to become the new principal. Fifth grade teacher Ashanta Alexander will be moving from Douglas to SSES to fill Folmar’s spot as academic specialist. That leaves an opening for a fifth grade teacher at Douglas to be filled before school starts.
Kelly Robinson will be making the change from third grade teacher at SSES to pre-kindergarten teacher at Early Childhood Learning Center. Shelley Burton, however, will go from teaching kindergarten at Early Childhood Learning Center to serving as physical education teacher at Lamar and Travis Primary schools. Kimberly Smith will be moving from Bowie Primary School, where she serves as a library and computer aide, to Douglas to become a fifth grade teacher.
Stephanie Bronson resigned as a special education aide at high school and Karla Brown as a special education aide at SSES. Kristy Johnson was hired as a special education aide at SSES.
Also hired as a special education aide Monday was Kerri Lane, who will work at Douglas. Veronica Yost was hired as an aide at Douglas. Johna Burchfield was approved as a new secretary at Sulphur Springs High School.
According to the school website, positions left to be filled within SSISD as of July 29 before the coming school year are a Head Start 4 bilingual teacher and physical education teacher for ECLC; a library and computer aide for Bowie Primary; a third grade teacher for SSES; a fifth grade teacher at Douglas; an instructional aide at Austin Academic Center; and a chemistry teacher, a dual credit physics teacher and a special education aide at SSHS.
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