The Coshocton County Beacon August 30, 2017 - Page 13
THE BEACON 13
AUGUST 30, 2017
Ridgewood Board of Education meets Steyer to celebrate 100th birthday
• Paraprofessional bus aides: Kim Bak-
er, morning route, and Sharon McCor-
mick, afternoon route as needed.
• Saturday school monitors: Todd Stof-
fer, Matt Colvin, Trista Claxon and Lori
• Josh Lahmers, 7th grade football.
• Agreement with Jeff erson County ESC
for the alternative school
• Resolution of intent not to provide
career-technical education for the 7th and
8th grade students due to impracticality of
• Provide $ 8,000 for the after-school
enrichment and intervention programs at
Ridgewood Middle School.
• Agreement with Coshocton County
Board of DD to provide physical therapy
services for 2017-2018 school year.
• Approve the trade-in of a 2001 Interna-
tional Bus to Cardinal Bus Sales.
• Approve the fi nal reading of the fol-
lowing board policy and procedures for
revised policy # 2464 gifted education and
policy #7450 property inventory.
• Agreement with Capital Windows to
replace the windows at Ridgewood Mid-
• Statements of pre-qualifi cations per-
mitting RLSD to forego the requirements
of O.R.C. 153.66-153.70.
• Participate in META and OMERESA
bus bids for FY2018.
• MOU with OAPSE as presented.
An update on legislative items was pre-
GASB 75- Post employment benefi ts
other than pension.
HB 312 - Credit card use
HB 200 and SB 85 income-based vouch-
Th e next regular board of education
meeting will be:
Monday, Sept.18, at 7 p.m.
301 S. Oak St., West Lafayette, Ohio
Sept. 7. She
was born in
joining an older brother, Earl and later a
younger brother Art.
Steyer grew up near Baltic, on a farm.
She met the love of her life when she
was introduced to John Steyer. After
tying the knot, John and Emma bought
a 100 acre farm near Fresno where they
raised their two daughters, Norma and
In 1978 John was diagnosed with can-
cer. At that time they moved to Massil-
lon, where Emma resides.
She enjoys her daughters, Norma
(Robert) Jones, Ruthann (the late Gary)
Bosley, her grandsons, John (Jessica)
Bosley, Jami (Christiana) Bosley, Bryon
(Stephanie) Jones, Jonathan Jones and
her fi ve great-grandkids: Rylie, Maxx,
Emma, Sadie and Evan Luke Bosley and
looks forward to what God has for her.
A public reception will be held on
Sept. 10 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at West
Lebanon UM Church, 6082 S. West
Lebanon Road in Dalton. If you cannot
attend you may send a word of greeting
to Emma, c/o Ruthann Bosley, Box 118,
Massillon, OH 44648.
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Contributed | Beacon
WEST LAFAYETTE - Th e Ridgewood Lo-
cal School Board met in regular session
on Monday, Aug. 21 with all members
present. Th e meeting was called to order
and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Treasurer Jay Tingle gave the fi nancial re-
port that was approved by the Board. Th e
minutes of the July 17 fi nancial and board
meeting were approved.
• Superintendent Mike Masloski intro-
duced Missy Grimmett as the new social
worker at Ridgewood Elementary School.
• School nurse, Barb Bond gave a pre-
sentation on the new AED’s that will be
located in each building, weight room and
football stadium. She updated the board
on the requirements for training and
education of staff and students. She is cur-
rently in the process of training classifi ed
staff and will then begin the certifi ed staff .
• Commendations and recognition were
• Gordon Arney, 1st grade teacher for
being awarded the MVESC Educator of
• Peggy Ball, Bobbi Holcomb, and Sarah
Wright for obtaining a 21st Century grant
for Ridgewood High School in the amount
of $850,000 over a fi ve year period. It will
be used for intervention, enrichment, and
after school programs.
• Th e entire staff of custodians, main-
tenance, grounds, bus garage personnel,
central oﬃ ce staff , and summer help for
the work done this summer on build-
ing and grounds, which are in excellent
Superintendent Mike Masloski recom-
mended the following actions that were
• Classifi ed substitutes Jerold Ball and
Danny Peoples, bus drivers, Maggie Miz-
• Volunteer Kris Alan for band and
guard in the music department.
• Supplementals for LPDC: Jeff Larr,
Matt Colvin, Jane Buehler, Lori Cabot, and
• SLO: Trista Claxon, Todd Stoff er, Troy
Dolick, Kim McKibben and Matt Wells.