ARCANUM — The Arcanum-Butler Local School District Board of Education approved several personnel issues during the most recent regular meeting.
The board approved one-year teaching contracts for Jaimee Garbig, middle school intervention specialist; Brian Reichert, high school language arts; and Kevin Stanley, high school intervention specialist.
Coaches for the 2015-16 school year were approved. They were Doug Morris, high school assistant football (2/3); Josh Whittaker, high school assistant football (2/3); Steve Hottle, high school assistant football (2/3); Andrew Bryant, high school girls golf; Adam Timmerman, high school junior varsity boys basketball; Rick Stone, middle school assistant football; and Angie Cates, eighth grade girls basketball.
Volunteer coaches approved were Theo Whitaker, high school assistant football; Jared Morris, high school assistant football; Butch Burns, high school weight room supervisor; Brian Sprada, middle school assistant football; Erica Byer, middle school assistant volleyball; and Katy Boston, high school gymnastics.
Supplemental contracts approved were SADD club adviser, Lora Brandon; Renaissance adviser (1/2), Lora Brandon; and National Honor Society, Tim Pfahler.
Resignations were accepted from Megan Donaugh, high school language arts teacher, and Colleen Baker, high school science teacher at the end of the 2014-15 school year, and Abbey Moore, girls golf coach; Josh Whittaker, assistant middle school football coach, Doug Morris, assistant high school football coach; and Adam Timmerman, eighth grade class adviser for the 2015-16 school year.
A contract was approved with Thomas Hartle for crossing guard services, and Brooklyn Baker and Chris Dickey were approved as summer maintenance workers.
In other business, the board approved:
-expenditure of $1,500 to Lois Spitzer for completion of GASB34 fiscal year end financial reports;
-payment of $35,400 annual premium for insurance;
-student handbooks and fees for the next school year;
-general service contract with Mdeca for $23,178.65;
-payment of $714 membership fee to the Southwest Ohio Educational Purchasing Council;
-and other regular business.
In addition to the individual school reports, sports teams were recognized for their achievements this past school year.
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