Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Summerville Superintendent Griffith Will Retire At End Of School Year

Summerville Superintendent Griffith Will Retire At End Of School Year

The district's remaining elementary schools - Broad Street (grades 1-5), Northside (grades 1-5), Shepherdstown (grades 1-2) and Upper Allen (grades 3-5) - will each accommodate grades 1-3 for the 2018-19 school year.

After the board's reorganization, it will move to a typical meeting agenda, and will recognize the school district's teacher and support staff person of the year. He said the increase is "very, very modest" compared to the almost 7 percent increase in the health market nationally.

The new policy will reflect what the district is now doing and aims to keep the kids out of the process when there is an unpaid balance and ensure that only the school district and the parents are involved.

The plan is for the finalists to come to Fort Morgan next week - one each on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday - for in-person interviews with the school board and to see the community, Temple said.

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Meanwhile, MSP rates this year are dropping by 50 per cent, which will result in anticipated savings, but that will be offset with the new employer health tax that will result in an overall cost increase of $500,000, and that's on top of increased employee benefit costs. The specialist will work in the district one day a week, with a focus on English language arts.

Estrada said she had no idea Abrego's salary was being discussed.

Some board members said they were supportive of keeping all funding options open. "You never want to give a raise to put the teachers back in the same situation again, so we were really careful". Moeller than paid the student for the phone, and allegedly, used it to send the photos to the school board members.

A search firm, hired on an the beginning at the year, has narrowed more than 40 candidates down to 7 semi-finalists. The district's state aid dropped to $263,951 under the state's finalized budget.

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The two previous years, the school district racked up $28,819 in fiscal year 2017 and $29,738 in fiscal year 2016, Simmons told Foster's earlier this year. Griffith helped oversee the construction of the Measure H construction projects upon taking the Summerville position, which included a $4.2-million renovation of the sports stadium.

“My concern is not now, its the next year, ” Ashton said.

Of these exercises, Watson said, most schools are emphasizing lockdowns, in light of recent school shootings in Parkland, Fla., and St. Mary's County. It also calls for an increase in School Resource Officers, an improvement to school safety infrastructure and training for staff and students. "We've continued to have services to our students be retained, added where we feel they're necessary, keep class sizes to manageable levels that are within both contractual requirements and also our board-set guidelines. and also added services where both the administration and the board has deemed to be appropriate".

"We had a new student enroll in the district this past year".

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