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Hartselle City Schools Superintendent Vic Wilson pictured with members of the Hartselle City Schools board during their monthly meeting at Hartselle Intermediate School last week. | Special to the Enquirer

School board meeting

Hartselle City School board plans for new roof

Lauren Estes

Hartselle Enquirer

The Hartselle City Board announced that opening bids would begin on a new roof on the morning on March 21 for a local Hartselle city school.

During their monthly meeting held this time at the Hartselle Intermediate School, Hartselle City Schools Superintendent was able to tell the teachers and staff members present at the meeting something they had been waiting to hear for quite sometime.

“The bids will open beginning at 10 a.m. this morning,” Wilson said. “Chris Wallace and I will both be there, and we are really excited about this.”

Hartselle Intermediate School has had issues with a leaking roof for — . Wilson joked about the amount of buckets from Hartselle Lowe’s that had been purchased since the rainy season began in January.

“I bet employees of Lowe’s know our principal by name now and have buckets laid out and ready for him to buy when he comes in,” Wilson told members of the board. “We won’t have to worry about buckets anymore once this process is finalized.”

In other business the council:

Approved the recommendation to approve selling two surplus buses on Gov.deals.

Approved the recommendation to approve the following out-of-state field trips requests- Hartselle High School Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) students that qualified for the HOSA International Leadership Conference and Competition to travel to Orlando, Florida, on June 21-25 to participate in the national conference

Hartselle Intermediate School and Hartselle Junior High students to travel to Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Tennessee, on May 4-6, 2017, to compete in the Music In The Parks Festival.

Approved the recommendation to approve a class of Career Prep B as a summer school option for Hartselle Junior High School students. The cost will be $100 per student.

Approved the recommendation to approve all of the following personnel items: Resignations:

Chandler Phillips, from the position of Teacher’s Aide, based at the Central Office, currently assigned to Hartselle Intermediate School, effective February 28, 2017.

Ashley Moore, from the position of custodian, based at the

Central Office, assigned to Hartselle Intermediate School, effective February 24, 2017.

June Barnes (retirement), from the position of special education teacher at Hartselle Intermediate School, with the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

Lisa Halbrooks (retirement), from the position of physical education teacher at F.E. Burleson Elementary, with the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

Substitutes:

Kayla Sparkman as a long-term substitute for the vacancy in special education at Crestline Elementary.

Dorinda Steele as a long-term substitute for the vacancy in eighth grade at Hartselle Junior High School.

Darryl Weidman to be a substitute bus driver on an as-needed basis.

Employment:

Felina Holmes to fill the position of custodian, based at the Central Office (to be assigned to schools), effective March 21, 2017.

Supplements

Jamie Dutton, Kim Jared and Amanda Godsey to each receive $1,000 for the director position of the STEM Academy to be held at Barkley Bridge Elementary School. If registration fees do not cover this amount, the fees will be divided equally among the three directors.

Pay Christy Williams $100 per student who participates in the Career Prep B summer school class.

The next board meeting will be April 17, 2017, 6 p.m. at the Central Office.

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