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Board votes against schedule change

Published 5:52pm Wednesday, February 20, 2013

•Approved Friday, May 10, for the Special Olympics to be held at Clanton City Park or the Jeff State Exhibition Hall in case of rain.

•Approved homebound services for four students.

•Approved resignations for: James Allison at Thorsby, effective Feb. 28; Wendy F. Bryan at Thorsby, effective Jan. 31; Dennis Cobb at Clanton Intermediate, effective April 1; Regina McGuire at Clanton Middle, effective Feb. 1; and Rachel A. Woodham at Jemison Elementary, effective at the end of the 2012-2013 school year.

•Approved school/shop requests at: Chilton County High School for YMCA to use the auditorium and lunchroom at no charge on March 9 for the Miss YMCA Pageant; Jemison High for Linda Anderson as a contract substitute earning $70 per day; Maplesville for Pleasant Grove Baptist Church No. 2 to use the auditorium at no charge on March 16 for a Relay For Life Beauty Pageant; Verbena for Jane Cleckler’s resignation as varsity and junior varsity cheer coach effective Feb. 8; and LeCroy Career Tech Center for permission to use a school bus and pay the driver, Clyde Sims, $15 per trip to transport Health Science students for clinical rotations.

•Approved emergency-basis employees for Clanton Elementary (Marchelle Wilson), Maplesville (Megan Leonard), Thorsby (Tracy Brown, Crystal Varner and Kelley Wood), Verbena (Heather Bennett); the Bus Shop (Glenda Bolton), and the Special Education program (Jennifer Myers).

•Approved L’Toya Jones as Verbena’s junior high cheerleading sponsor and Keri Stallings and Kelli McMinn as volunteer assistants; Matthew Mims as Thorsby’s volunteer softball coach and Todd Davis as volunteer baseball coach; and Faye Cunningham as a bus driver making one trip per day from CCHS to LeCroy to carry students for $15 per day.

•Declared as an emergency the replacement of two rooftop units at Jemison High’s lunchroom, and approved payment to Giles Cooling and Heating with the lowest quote of $25,239.


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