The Coshocton County Beacon February 27, 2019 - Page 32

River View Board approves January donations at meeting WARSAW – River View Board of Education met in regular session on Th ursday, Feb. 14. Th e treasurer’s report was given and the following dona- tions for the month ended Jan. 31, 2019 were approved: Crowtown for RVHS cheerleaders for $388.25; Mark Wagner for the lighting fund for $250; Jessica Johnson for FCCLA for $20; and Box Tops for Union Principal Fund for $166.25. It was also reported that the River View Local School District Board of Education will have a public hearing at the next regularly-scheduled board meeting, which will be Th ursday, March 14. Th is hearing will be at 7:15 p.m. Th e purpose of this public hearing is to address topics that include but are not limited to, the total number of hours in a school year, length of school day, and beginning and end dates of instruction. Warsaw Elementary School gave a presentation. Th e superintendent’s report was given with the following items discussed: Warsaw/Union consolidation, income tax levy in fall 2019, business advisory council report, bul- lying/harassment report, Clearer Vision Ministries, and recognition of teacher Chad Dickson. Th e following requests were approved: Th e MVESC sub list for February 2019. Th e Facility Guidelines for the River View Hitting Com- plex as submitted. Th e request for Certifi ed Gold to go on an overnight re- treat on Feb. 22 and 23 to Camp Mohaven in Danville. Th e request for high school Spanish teacher, Wilxio Infan- te to organize a student tour of Spain for June 2020. Th e Interdistrict open enrollment application for the 2019 - 2020 school year as submitted. Th e Intradistrict open enrollment application for the 2019 - 2020 school year as submitted. Th e Stark State College CCP Memorandum of Under- standing for the 2019 - 2020 school year as submitted. Th e Tiffi n University CCP Memorandum of Understand- ing for the 2019 - 2020 school year as submitted. Th e University of Akron CCP Memorandum of Under- standing for the 2019 - 2020 school year as submitted. Th e resignation of Breanna Smith as junior high cheer- leading advisor. Th e maternity leave request for a high school staff mem- ber, eff ective from March 15, 2019 until the end of the current school year. Th e recommendation to hire Nicole Darr under a limited contract as the RTI teacher at Warsaw Elementary, four days per week, eff ective Feb. 11 to May 24. Th e recommendation to hire Richard (Ric) Kent as substi- tute bus driver pending the completion of all training and required paperwork. Th e recommendation to purchase fi ve new internation- al school buses from Truck Sales & Service, utilizing the 2018 - 2019 School Bus Cooperative Purchasing Program through OME-RESA; purchase price will be $90,347 each ($451,735 total) Th e recommendation of the following coaching positions for the 2019 - 2020 school year: Head Girls Soccer - Dave Kridler Head Boys Soccer - Mike Burr Head Cross Country - Gwenna Neal Head Volleyball - Rose Olinger Head Football - Mike Hemming Jr. High Track - Raegina Shepherd (for 2018 - 2019 school year) Approved the recommendation for the following coaches W THURS. 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Approved the recommendation to assign bus driver, Susie Mounts to the vacated Conesville route and adjust her contract from 30 hours to 33.75 hours per week, eff ective Feb. 25. Approved the recommendation to hire bus driver, Art Ford, under a limited contract at 25 hours per week, eff ec- tive Feb. 25. Approved the recommendation to hire bus/van driver, Michelle Dickerson, under a limited contract at 33.75 hours per week, eff ective Feb. 25. Approved the recommendation by high school princi- pal, Chuck Rinkes, of an addition to the fi ne arts credit as part of the graduation credit requirements; if a junior high student participates in band or choir, it shall be counted towards their fi ne arts credit for graduation. Approved the recommendation entering into a contract with ESC to serve as the fi scal agent for the Cupp- Patter- son Committee and the District to contribute $1,100 or $0.50 per student ADM to cover the writing of the proposal for the new funding model; pending legal opinion. Rea l Estate TheBeacon The w w w.coshoc tonbeacontoday.com FEBRUARY 27, 2019