Jackson Center BOE approved supplemental contracts


Staff report



JACKSON CENTER — The Jackson Center Board of Education met Monday to employ supplemental staff.

Athletics: Varsity Golf: Dave King; Head Cross Country: Steve Hoover; Assistant Cross Country: Dustin Manger; Head Soccer Coach: Kylan Booser; Varsity Assistant Soccer Coach: Mark Hilbun; Varsity Volleyball: Kim Metz; Varsity Assistant Volleyball: Tara Shuster; Junior Varsity Volleyball: Sarah Kipker; Volunteer Varsity Assistant: Allissa Ware; seventh-grade Volleyball: Rhonda Burch; Varsity Boys Basketball: Scott Elchert; Varsity Assistant Boys Basketball: Tony Meyer; Junior Varsity Boys Basketball: Aaron Klopfenstein; Volunteer Varsity Assistant: Garret Serr; eighth-grade Boys Basketball: Bill Reichert; seventh-grade Boys Basketball: Scott Klopfenstein; Varsity Girls Basketball: Jeff Reese; High School Cheerleading: Christy Akers; Varsity Baseball: Jay Liles; Athletic Trainer: Wilson Memorial Hospital; Athletic Director: Scott Elchert; Assistant Athletic Director: Kim Metz.

Academics: Academia Adviser: Susie Harris; Band: Randy Johnson; Yearbook: Melanie Yocum; Jr. Class Adviser/Prom Coordinator: Debbi Tussing; Senior Class Adviser: Susie Harris; 1/2 6th grade trip: Nancy Meyer; 1/2 6th grade trip: Sarah Kipker; Drama Club: Cari Beth Noah; Assistant Drama Club: Melissa Beal; National Honor Society: Susie Harris; LPDC: Beth Dickson; High School Student Council: Marilyn Kohler; Vocal Program: Cari Beth Noah; Show Choir: Cari Beth Noah; FCCLA: Vicki Kipker.

Also at the meeting Monday, the board:

• Accepted the 5-year forecast as presented. The forecast continues to show an optimistic outlook and will be submitted and posted to the state website by the end of the month.

• Approved a donation of $100 for each of the six students who qualified for the national FCCLA competition this summer in San Diego, California. The students individually raise the balance of the funds needed, many through fundraisers such as the Spaghetti Dinner on the evening of Tuesday, May 31.

• Approved the 2016-2017 student handbook. At this time, no significant changes from the current year are included.

• Approved membership in the OHSAA for the 2016-17 school year.

Superintendent Bill Reichert reported teachers in the 2001 addition have decided on a paint color for that building. Quite a bit of maintenance is occurring to several buses and the outlook is there will be a need for the purchase of 1 and probably 2 buses in the near future.

The next board meeting will be June 20 at 7 p.m.

Staff report