THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Hirings, Resignations On Coleman School Agenda
Issue Date: August 23, 2018
Possible recission of a $111,000 bid for construction of of a storage/restroom facility at the ball field is on the agenda for consideration at the regular monthly meeting of Coleman School Board at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 27. The bid had been approved by the board at its meeting on July 16.
The board is expected to approve a donation from Marinette County Breakfast on the Farm toward FFA and the 8th Grade trip to Washington DC.
Much of the discussion and action at the Aug. 27 meeting will center on preparations for the pending start of the new school year.
As superintendent, Doug Polomis will report on progress toward the facilities improvements approved in the building referendum; the Second Round School Safety Grant, and R-Angels School Supply Distribution. He will also give a summer school recap.
As High School Principal Polomis is to report on the blood drive, August inservice days, 9th grade student orientation and start of the 2018-2019 school year.
Elementary/Middle School Principal Yvette Marshall also will report on the start of the new school year, the open house, August inservice days, and staff professional development.
The board is expected to approve support staff and professional staff handbooks for the coming school year, and may approve some policy changes.
A number of resignations and hirings are on the agenda for action. Resignations include Brenda Raught, as special education teacher; Angelea Mauritz and Jody Graetz as aides, and Don Engebregtsen as Middle School Boys Basketball Coach.
Potential hirings include a contract for Terry Hanson for Special Education; Amberly Behringer, as 5th grade teacher; Chris Gould as mentor; Lori Hucek as Reading Center aide; Amy Ruechel as aide; Robert Doersam, Jr, as class advisor, Jeff Bronson as Middle School boys basketball coach, and Kari Compe as assistant softball coach.