Trustees Monday night approved 15 personnel recommendations, which will get Sulphur Springs Independent School District pretty close to full staff capacity.
The district had 10 positions listed as still needing to be filled on Aug. 5. Monday night, SSISD school board approved 10 new staff hires and two personnel changes, along with three new resignations.
Laquita Savage’s resignation from her position as a special education aide at Sulphur Springs High School was accepted. Linda Martin will join the staff as the new chemistry and physics teacher, Angela Needham as a library aide and Courtney Singleton as a special education aide at SSHS.
James Evans was hired as a teacher at Austin Academic Center and Stephanie Ross will be the new fifth grade teacher at Douglas Intermediate School. Dean Draper’s resignation as a special education teacher at Douglas was accepted. Taggart Williams, however, will be moving from Austin Academic Center, where he was a math teacher, to Douglas Intermediate, where he will be teach special education.
Nickole Brown was hired as the new Title I aide at Bowie Primary School.
Rebecca Hudgins’s resignation as a pre-kindergarten aide was accepted by the school board, who approved the hiring of four new people to fill openings at Early Childhood Learning Center. Melissa Aaron will be the physical education teacher, Jennifer Moore-Peek will teach Head Start 3, Omie Penny will be a pre-kindergarten aide and Maricela Resendiz was hired as Head Start 4 bilingual teacher. Joanna Foster will move from her position as kindergarten teacher at ECLC to Sulphur Springs Elementary, where she will be teaching third grade.
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