Bradford school district recognizes outgoing board member Carolyn Smith


By Carolyn Harmon - charmon@dailyadvocate.com



Pictured from left to right: Bradford Schools Outstanding Students of the Month: Caden Jay, Kaylee Osborne, Hayven Evans and Mackenzie Hocker were recognized at the December 14 Bradford Exempted Village Board of Education meeting. In the back row is school board member Carolyn Smith.


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The Bradford Schools Staff Spotlight went to Cheryl Clark. She was recognized during the December 14 Bradford Exempted Village Board of Education meeting. From left to right: Clark and school board member Carolyn Smith.


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The Bradford School district gave thanks to outgoing school board member Carolyn Smith for her years of service on the Bradford School Board, during the December 14 Bradford Exempted Village Board of Education meeting.


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BRADFORD — The December 14 Bradford Exempted Village Board of Education meeting began with recognition of outstanding students and staff.

Second grade Teacher Jamie Sink recognized Hayven Evans.

“She is kind, trustworthy, friendly and helpful,” Sink said. “She tries hard on everything she doe and is willing to help me and other students.”

Second grade Teacher Mrs. Clark recognized Mackenzie Hocker.

“Mackenzie is receiving this award because she is a very hardworking and responsible student,” Clark said. “In addition, she is a great role model, and is very helpful with classroom duties.”

Second grade teacher Mrs. Erwin highlighted Kaylee Osborne.

“At school, Kaylee is an extremely hard worker,” Erwin said. “She is always committed to trying and doing her absolute best. Kaylee’s kind, caring and friendly character make her a role model for classmates.”

Middle School Teacher Nic Baumer highlighted eighth-grade student Caden Jay.

“Caden has taken great pride in his work, by taking his time and asking for help when he needed it, which has translated into one of the best looking and quality tables in the class,” Baumer said. “Caden has taken a strong interest in his work in the shop and I think he has found something that he really enjoys doing.”

The Staff Spotlight went to Cheryl Clark, for leading the cafeteria in providing nutritious meals for the students, and providing senior citizens meals during the past Thanksgiving. The district also gave thanks to outgoing school board member Carolyn Smith, for her years of service on the Bradford School Board.

In other news, some of what the board approved follows: to pay the Ohio School Board Association (OSBA) Legal Assistance Fund Consultant in the amount of $250 (January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018); a Master Services Agreement with Strategic Solutions, LLC; a contract with Rumpke Waste & Recycling Services for the period beginning October 2017 till September 2020; 2018 annual membership dues with the OSBA, electing the annual OSBA Brief Case Electronic subscription; the acceptance of donations from Covington Eagles in the amount of $500 written to the Athletic Department, and $6,400 written to Bradford Exempted Village School District.

Pictured from left to right: Bradford Schools Outstanding Students of the Month: Caden Jay, Kaylee Osborne, Hayven Evans and Mackenzie Hocker were recognized at the December 14 Bradford Exempted Village Board of Education meeting. In the back row is school board member Carolyn Smith.
http://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/12/web1_bradford1.jpgPictured from left to right: Bradford Schools Outstanding Students of the Month: Caden Jay, Kaylee Osborne, Hayven Evans and Mackenzie Hocker were recognized at the December 14 Bradford Exempted Village Board of Education meeting. In the back row is school board member Carolyn Smith. Courtesy photos

The Bradford Schools Staff Spotlight went to Cheryl Clark. She was recognized during the December 14 Bradford Exempted Village Board of Education meeting. From left to right: Clark and school board member Carolyn Smith.
http://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/12/web1_bradford2.jpgThe Bradford Schools Staff Spotlight went to Cheryl Clark. She was recognized during the December 14 Bradford Exempted Village Board of Education meeting. From left to right: Clark and school board member Carolyn Smith. Courtesy photos

The Bradford School district gave thanks to outgoing school board member Carolyn Smith for her years of service on the Bradford School Board, during the December 14 Bradford Exempted Village Board of Education meeting.
http://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/12/web1_bradford3.jpgThe Bradford School district gave thanks to outgoing school board member Carolyn Smith for her years of service on the Bradford School Board, during the December 14 Bradford Exempted Village Board of Education meeting. Courtesy photos

By Carolyn Harmon

charmon@dailyadvocate.com

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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.