WARSAW – The River View Native Colleges Board of Schooling met just lately to conduct regular enterprise of the district.
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Donations acquired for March had been $50 from the Nationwide Honor Society to the Excessive Faculty Principal Fund and $330 from the Ohio Supreme Court docket to the Warsaw Principal Fund.
The eighth grade class journey to Washington D.C. was modified from Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 to Oct. 23 to 25.
Whole tutorial hours for the present college yr was modified to 1,006 hours for the highschool and junior excessive with the state minimal being 1,001 hours. Elementary hours had been modified to 921.5 hours with a state minimal of 910 hours.
Cox’s Garden and Vegetation Service will deal with all athletic fields for subsequent college yr at a value of $four,997, identical as the present yr. Tickets costs for athletic tickets will keep the identical subsequent college yr as present. The district can pay pool rental of $four,000 subsequent college yr to Coshocton Excessive Faculty. Rod Lindsey was permitted to attend the EOIAAA Spring Convention April 25 and 26 in Cambridge.
Numerous athletic coaches for subsequent college yr and summer season custodial assist had been permitted. Tina Allen, paraprofessional on the junior excessive, and Samantha Ringwalt, paraprofessional at the highschool, will resign on the finish of the college yr. Allen will grow to be an administrative assistant on the junior excessive subsequent college yr.
Haylee Babcock will function a paraprofessional substitute for the rest of the college yr. Megan Duke, highschool math trainer, will resign July 31 and Josh Bowman resigned as boys basketball coach on April eight. A custodial helper place was abolished regarding the closure of Union Elementary Faculty.
Info submitted by Renee Anderson, secretary to the superintendent.
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