Hamilton and Hatley physical education dome plans ready
AMORY – At the regular scheduled meeting of the Monroe County Board of Education held on March 5, approval was given for Superintendent Scott Cantrell to advertise for bids on the Hamilton and Hatley physical education domes.
In other business, the following were approved:
• Assistant Superintendent Brian Jernigan to recommend specific personnel when it is unlawful for the Superintendent of Education to do so.
• Resignation of Kristy Warren.
• Resignations effective end of school year due to retirement – Lisa Wilson, Judy Carpenter and Scott Beddingfield.
• Recommendations – Patrick Schoolar as Hatley teacher and head football coach; Tim Dickerson, Van Pearson, Chad O’Brian, Billy Loague and Steve Cantrell as campus principals; Donna Stewart, cafe substitute; Dixie Alim, Jennifer Evans, Jeanna Taylor and Jessica Edwards as substitute teachers.
• Lump sum leave payment for retiree Loretta Worthey.
• Agricultural lease bid for Section 16-121-8 to Norton Farms, the only bidder, for $1,325 for 38 acres. This bid is pending Secretary of State approval. No bids were received for the 30 acres on the north side of Hatley-Detroit Road. Preliminary stages will now begin for this property becoming a forestry lease.
• Certificate of substantial completion by Century Construction for Smithville Tech Center.
The April meeting will be held on April 2, in the Monroe County Government Complex.
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