Aberdeen School District releases February agenda
For the Monroe Journal
ABERDEEN – Aberdeen School District conservator Bob Strebeck approved the district’s monthly agenda Feb. 11. Items approved included:
*Resignation of food services director Carolyn Griffith, effective June 30.
*Services of the following security officers for 2012-2013 as needed – Jeremy Belle, Jimmy Cockerham, Aaron Fontenot, Jason Franks, Chris Jackson, Robert Kendricks, Wes Kirkpatrick, Bobby Langley, Chad Lenoir, Casey Minich, Bobby Oswalt, Curtis Outlaw, Quinnell Shumpert, Cedric Sykes and Prentiss Wiggington.
*Anna Davidson, ASD speech therapist, for the remainder of the 2012-2013 school year.
*Andrew Summerford, Aberdeen High School track coach, for the remainder of the 2012-2013 school year.
*A revised mileage reimbursement rate of $0.565.
*The use of building request of Tenn-Tom Moving Youth.
*A fund-raiser request of the AHS baseball team to sell ads.
*An AHS request to delete books from Textbook Inventory Management System.
*A gift from Mr. Charlie’s Store of $25 for AHS track renovations.
*A gift from Darden Chapel Missionary Baptist Church of $100 for AHS track renovations.
*A gift to the AHS basketball program from Pilgrim Rest M.B. Church of $100 for the Monroe County Tournament Hospitality Room.
*A gift to AHS from Tenn-Tom Moving Youth of $1,000.
*Expulsion Case No. 2013-002 for one calendar year effective Feb. 11 based on the recommendation of the Disciplinary Hearing Committee.
*A request to advertise for AHS professional development and teacher training.
*A request for Consolidated Federal Program application FY12 Amendment 4.
*A request for a service contract with CORE Learning for Shivers Middle School in the amount of $26,500.
*A fund-raiser request of the AHS baseball team to sell doughnuts.
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About Ray Van DusenI've been with the Monroe Journal since Aug. 2009 as a staff writer, but took the role as news editor in late 2012. I'm always looking for interesting story ideas from around Monroe County. You can reach me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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