3/6/2014 1:51:00 PM Hering takes seat on Perkins-Tryon Board of Ed
Erica Hering was sworn in as the newest member of the Perkins-Tryon Board of Education during Monday night’s regular monthly meeting. Administering the oath of office was board clerk Rick Lomenick. Hering succeeds W. E. “Scrub” Dollins who chose not to seek
The Perkins-Tryon Board of Education welcomed a new member as Erica Hering was sworn in at the start of Monday night's regular monthly meeting.
Hering takes over the Office No. 4 seat that was previously held by W. E. "Scrub" Dollins who chose not to seek another term. Dollins had previously served two terms on the board. Hering ran unopposed during the recent filing period.
The board also reorganized for a new year. Alan Nietenhoefer was elected president of the board with Rick Lomenick as vice president. The clerk will be Dustin Bledsoe. Hering and Winfrey Kinzie are also members of the board.
A revision of an existing policy was approved by the board. It pertained to teacher evaluations to correlate with the negotiated agreement in regards to using the Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Evaluation System.
Following an executive session, the board voted in open session to employ the following personnel for the 2014-2015 school year. They are Judi Denney, financial secretary/encumbrance clerk; Susan Champion, superintendent's secretary/ activity fund custodian and minutes clerk; Jack Savory, transportation supervisor; Carrie Kinsey, food service supervisor; and Robert Sprott, technology supervisor.
The board also acknowledged the resignation of Wendy Hughes, a high school English teacher. Her resignation will take effect at the end of the school year.
The board also approved General Fund encumbrances of $89,575.68; Building Fund encumbrance of $6,800; and a Child Nutrition Fund encumbrance of $6,917.02.