The Coshocton County Beacon September 26, 2018 - Page 33

SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 River View B.O.E. approves faculty and coaches Ohio Coordinator supplemental contract for 2018 from Brad Baker to Anna Mincks. • Approval of the recommended change in the senior class advisor supplemental contract from Jesse Smoulder, Tyler Guilliams and Chad Massie (split three w ays) to Jesse Smoulder and Tyler Guilliams (split two ways). • Approval of the 2018 – 2019 LPDC Committee as fol- lows: Tracey Herron, Jerry Olinger, Sheri Fortune, Joellen Bordenkircher, Michelle Zimmerman, Jesse Smoulder, Mary Bell, and Sallie Gates, secretary. • Approval for the RTI coaches for the 2018 – 2019 as rec- ommended: High School – Morgan Buxton; Junior High – Michelle Zimmerman and Ashley Storms; Conesville – Allison Gothard and Cindy Journey; Keene – Stephanie Kopec; Union – Lori Foresi and Lisa Lupher; and Warsaw – Melissa Winner and Todd Liberatore. • Approval of the mentors and facilitators for the resident educators as recommended for the 2018 – 2019 school year: Mentors: Michelle Zimmerman, Desiree Moore, Karin Mo- ran, Kim Bumpus, Kelly Rinkes, Amanda Meiser, Kirsten McPeck, Darcy Miller, Analea Smith, Alyssa Vickers, Cindy Journey, and Molly Bordenkircher. Facilitators: Jodi An- drews, Nancy Donaker, Amanda Meiser, Bob Wilson, Molly Bordenkircher, Michelle Beitzel, and Michelle Zimmerman. The board also approved the following: • Approved the recommendation of home instruction for a Union third grade student beginning on or about Sept. 12, 2018 for approximately four to six weeks. Sarah Fornara will be the instructor. • Approved the recommendation to add Brittany Wesney to the 2018 – 2019 paraprofessional substitute list pending com- pletion of background checks and all necessary paperwork. • Approved the recommendation to employ a substitute teacher, three days per week for RTI services at Warsaw Ele- mentary School for the 2018 – 2019 school year pending com- pletion of background check and all necessary paperwork. • Approved the recommendation to add the following as substitute food service employees for the 2018 – 2019 school year: Ann Morgan and Teresa Grashel. 508 SOUTH 6TH STREET 10 KIMBERLY LANE, COSHOCTON - Custom built by Gemini. Great view, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bath, 3 car attached garage that is insulated and finished, formal dining room, large eat in kitchen, great room with 21’ ceiling and sunken floor, large windows with natural light. Dual climate with 2 furnaces and central air. Master suite with walk in closets. 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Approved were the fol- lowing donations for the month of August: $500 from Fron- tier Community Connections Fund for Goal Mentoring; $100 from Jacob Vanaman Agency Inc. for Senior Projects; $500 from Century National Band for Senior Project; $450 from AEP payment for towels for high school cheerleaders; $115.38 from DonorsChoose for Mrs. Bryan’s classroom for classroom supplies; and $1,000 from Coshocton Kiwanis Club General Fund for senior project. The superintendent’s report announced that the date for the regularly-scheduled Oct. 11 board meeting has been moved to Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. It was also announced that the set up work session / board meeting regarding Enlit presentation will be Oct. 15 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Old business consisted of discussing / considering the establishment of a bowling club in the River View Local School District. New business included: • The approval of the 2018 – 2019 agreement between the Coshocton County Board of Developmental Disabilities and River View Local Schools for special education services. • The approval of the 2018 – 2019 agreement with Co- shocton County Board of Developmental Disabilities for the hiring of four instructor assistants. • The approval of the 2018 – 2019 agreement with Coshoc- ton County Board of Developmental Disabilities to hire supplemental nursing personnel services for one student. • Approval of the following recommendations for coach- ing positions for the 2018 – 2019 school year: Freshman Baseball – Jared Pryor; Volunteer Asst. Baseball – Chuck Donnell; and Volunteer Asst. Football – Adam Kaiser. • Approval of the recommended changes in coaching positions for 2018 – 2019 school year: Brian Yoder from Var- sity Asst. Girls Basketball to Seventh Grade Girls Basket- ball and Shane Philabaum from Volunteer Asst. Track to Assistant Girls Track. • Approval of the recommendation to hire Nicole Raber, teacher at Keene, for the 2018 – 2019 school year, pend- ing completion of a background check and all necessary paperwork. • Approval of the request for a medical leave of absence for Keene food service employee, effective until Nov. 1, 2018. • Approval of the recommendation to hire the following as substitute custodians for the 2018 – 2019 school year: Sheila Thomas, Nicole Lukco, and Kimberly Markley, pending completion of background checks and all neces- sary paperwork. • Approval of the recommended change in the Camp THE BEACON 33 740-622-3669 218 Cambridge Rd. PAUL BRATTON (740) 327-6331 or FOR THE SERVICE YOU DESERVE