Seneca East recognizes Sutton Bank

ATTICA — Eric Gillet, CEO of Sutton Bank, and Rhonda Martin, Sutton Bank public relations specialist, accepted a plaque during Seneca East Board of Education’s meeting Tuesday evening on behalf of the bank. The plaque was to recognize the bank for donating more than $24,000 to fund a project at the school and for the bank’s support in the past.

“It’s always nice to be a part of something that has become such a success story,” Gillet said. “Over the years, there have been many successes in this school and a lot of successful people coming out of it.”

“Seneca East is a jewel in the county,” he added. “We are happy to be able to partner with the school and we thank you for this honor.”

Superintendent Laura Kagy congratulated Teresa Felter, who is to compete in the 48th School Bus Driver International Safety Competition Saturday and

Sunday in Philadelphia.

In other business the board:

• Approved a service agreement with North Central Ohio Education Service Center for Medicaid reimbursement.

• Approved staff handbooks for the 2018-19 school year.

• Approved an administrative pay increase of 1.5 percent for the 2018-19 school year.

• Approved the student athletic handbook for the 2018-19 school year.

• Approved the elementary student handbook for the 2018-19 school year.

• Hired the following volunteers, including Jay Forehand, assistant high school boys basketball coach; Jason Drown, assistant high school volleyball coach; Jeremy Cornwell, assistant high school girls basketball; Harold Smith, football assistant; Russ Gahris, band; Tom Cook, band; Aaron Boes, band; Chris Beamer, band; Bob Goshe, band; and Ted Weaver, football equipment.

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