Seneca East students are best in show
ATTICA – The Seneca Wyandot County Art Show was March 15 at Sentinel Career and Technology Center, showcasing the work of two Seneca East students who were recognized for achievements at Monday night’s Seneca East Board of Education meeting.
Michelle Miller won the senior high Best of Show and Shelby Laughlin the junior high Best of Show. Twenty-one Seneca East high school students won 31 ribbons and the Best of Show, while 10 junior high students won 11 ribbons and Best of Show.
A resolution to participate in all federal Title programs, including Title I, Title II-A, Title II-D, Title VI-B (IDEA-B), and ECSE for next school year was approved by the board.
Other actions approved include:
Acceptance of open enrollment students for next school year.
Accept quote from Phelan Insurance for property, fleet, and liability insurance coverage for $38,136.
Approve membership in Northwestern Ohio Educational Research Council for next school for $200.
The board accepted the resignation and retirement of Family and Consumer Sciences teacher Joyce Clinger effective May 31. Joe Bedingfield also resigned as the boys basketball coach and John Darkow as the assistant girls track coach.
Limited contracts were approved for staff including Rebecca Bozo, Andrea Schimpf, William Roth, Frank Speziale, and Stephanie Gildenmeister, all one year; Jenna Mathias, Kayleigh Krupp, Martha Laughlin, Nancy Obringer, Matthew Schock, Terri Everhart and Kassandra Turek, three years; and Bryan Crapo, Tiffany Kessler and Heather Schalk, five years.
Non-certified staff approved for limited contracts include Ray Adelman, Jill Depinet (cook), Kiara Ruffing, all two years; and Dave Stallings, Michelle Brown, and Brenda Larimer, all continuing.
Supplemental contracts were issued to Colin Stump, musical (band) and Tyler Crapo, assistant girls track coach. Substitutes approved include Marshall Lucius, Dalton Wise, Amanda Miller, Tonya Beard and Nina Johnson.
The next meeting is 7:00 pm May 13 at the board office.