Greenville City School Board rehires Jeff Cassell as Director of Administrative Services


By Carolyn Harmon - charmon@aimmedianetwork.com



GREENVILLE — While Jeff Cassell is retiring as Greenville High School Principal, he was re-hired at the June 29 Special meeting of the Greenville City School District Board of Education.

The board approved his employment as Director of Administrative Services, for a two – year (2017-2018 and 2018-2019) administrative contract at a salary of $77,900 for 260 days. Employment is pending completion of all necessary requirements, including certification/licensure and successful completion of criminal background checks. The board also approved the employment of Kurtis Combs, as supervisor of Maintenance, Buildings and Grounds, for a two – year (2017-2018 and 2018-2019) administrative contract at a salary of $58,000 for 260 days, pending completion of all necessary requirements, including certification/licensure and successful completion of criminal background checks, and that Combs be hired at his daily per – diem rate of pay during July 10 – 31, 2017 (not to exceed 15 days). In addition, the board approved the employment of several other certified, classified and substitute staff.

In other news, the board approved a contract with Bud’s Electric, Inc., to repair electric service to the softball field at the high school in the amount of $10,240, to be paid with permanent improvement funds; a Builder’s Risk policy in the amount of $1,030, plus an additional rider for TRIA of $17 for the Track and Turf Project at the High School; and $6,978 to the Ohio High School Athletic Association (HSAA), for ticket sales and radio broadcasts higher than previous years’ numbers used for estimate. Ohio HSAA receives all profits after expenses and sales were much higher than normal and a contract with Valuation Engineers, for appraisal of the building at the 1111 North Ohio Street, for the purposes of insurance and relative values, for reporting under generally accepted accounting principles in the amount of $2,350, with work proceeding immediately due to a sudden availability.

The board also approved the following transfers and advances necessary for the purpose of creating a positive balance in a particular fund: repayment of Athletic Advance from Fund 300/9516 – $40,000 to General Fund 001; transfer Athletic Funds from Fund 300/9516 – $45,336.41 to Fund 300/9511 – $6,904.04; Fund 300/9522 – $3,218.01; Fund 300/9523 – $1,893.89; Fund 300/9524 – $2,466.98; Fund 300/9526 – $2,087.90; Fund 300/9527 – $5,443.20; Fund 300/9529 – $3,213.37; Fund 300/9534 – $7,111.10; Fund 300/9542 – $1,565; Fund 300/9544 – $1,139.55; Fund 300/9546 – $1,909.81; Fund 300/9553 – $367.97; Fund 300/9558 – $8,015.59; and transfer Athletic Funds from Fund 300/9512 to 300/9516 – $27,775.95; From Fund 300/9513 to Fund 300/9516 – $379.60; From Fund 300/9528 to Fund 300/9516 – $2716.00; From Fund 300/9532 to 300/9516 – $1591.12 ; From Fund 300/9535 to Fund 300/9516 – $1146.41.

By Carolyn Harmon

charmon@aimmedianetwork.com

The writer may be reached at 937-569-4354. Join the conversation and get updates on Facebook search Darke County Sports or Advocate 360. For more features online go to dailyadvocate.com.

The writer may be reached at 937-569-4354. Join the conversation and get updates on Facebook search Darke County Sports or Advocate 360. For more features online go to dailyadvocate.com.