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District approves personnel issues

May 16, 2011

The St. Marys Area School District Board of Directors approved several personnel issues at this month’s regular meeting.
All employment recommendations are provisional for 30 days pending receipt of Act 151 and Act 34 clearance documentation and pre-employment drug testing if applicable.
The board approved to change the substitute pay rate effective with the 2011-12 school year. Days 1-30 will be at $80/day, days 31-60 will be at $85/day and over 60 days will be at $90/day.
The board also noted that due to the elimination of the elementary library position, the district will terminate the contract of Delores Jordan, a temporary professional employee, effective June 30.
Resignations were accepted from Beth Lenaway of Kane as a learning facilitator/ISS Supervisor effective May 6 and from Laura Scott of St. Marys as a special education tutor at South St. Marys Street Elementary School as of March 10; both are support personnel.
Also submitting their resignations were professional personnel Patricia Hamblin of Brockway as a teacher at Fox Township Elementary School, effective June 8; Marcy Holland of Kane as a teacher at South St. Marys Street Elementary, effective June 3; Susan McDonough of St. Marys as a teacher at St. Marys Area Middle School, effective June 3; Margaret Miller of Kersey as a teacher at Fox Township Elementary School, effective June 3; Karen Moyer of Kersey as a teacher at St. Marys Area High School; effective June 3; and George Neubert of St. Marys as a teacher at St. Marys Area High School, effective June 3.
In addition, six unpaid leaves of absence were approved.

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