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Superintendent search in limbo

June 9, 2014

Action on hiring a new superintendent for the St. Marys Area School District was absent from the school board meeting agenda on Monday evening.
"The search is still ongoing," said Bob Luchini, SMASD school board president. "We have a number of items to discuss in executive session pertaining to that."
A motion was made during Thursday's workshop to have St. Marys Area High School Principal Josh Williams, who is a candidate for the superintendent position, placed on the meeting agenda to be approved for the position.

Grumley honored for educational contributions

June 9, 2014

Grumley was hired in 1999 as SMAHS principal and was transferred to SSMSE as principal in 2001. Superintendent Ann Kearney described Grumley as being a legend in the district and has been highly respected.
"He knows his students and parents and has led the school to high levels of academic achievement. He has certainly 'touched the future'," Kearney said. She wished Grumley and his wife Maria best of luck in their retirements.

Summer Reading Program kicks off

June 9, 2014

On Saturday morning the large meeting room in the downstairs area of the St. Marys Public Library was filled with sounds more befitting of a science laboratory than a library. It was all part of the kickoff event for the library's Summer Reading Program: Fizz, Boom, Science with Sean.
This year's Summer Reading Program theme is "Fizz, Boom, Read," and so the help of Sean Petrick, a librarian from DuBois who has degrees in environmental science and computer science, was enlisted for the occasion.

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