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NHCSC agenda full of personnel items

NHCSC agenda full of personnel items NHCSC agenda full of personnel items
Kaitlyn Clay, Staff Writer, [email protected]

The North Harrison Community School Corp. Board of Trustees approved numerous appointments and resignations or retirements during its meeting Thursday evening.

Resigning or retiring were Kyle Eckart, North Harrison High School football assistant coach; Jennifer Schroering, North Harrison Middle School instructional assistant; Devon Smith, North Harrison Elementary School instructional assistant; and Jessica Giles, NHMS cheerleading coach.

Those who were appointed to positions were Ruth Ann Novak, NHES instructional assistant; Holly Smith and Laura Rainbolt, NHHS girls’ summer soccer coaches; Marcus Burgher IV and Kirk Wetzel, NHHS boys’ soccer coaches; Ryan Hutchinson, NHHS varsity wrestling coach; Andrew Pappano, NHHS boys’ swim team coach; Skylie Burns and Janel Wilkins, NHMS girls’ basketball coaches; Michelle Brown and Jason Brown, NHMS girls’ basketball coach volunteers; Beth Schneider, NHMS girls’ basketball assistant coach; Chandler Jenkins, Denny Jenkins and Chad Clunie, NHMS boys’ basketball coach; Morgan Roller and Barry Geltmaker, NHHS girls’ varsity assistant basketball coaches; Alan Reed, NHHS girls’ junior varsity basketball coach; Caitlyn Burson, NHHS freshman girls’ basketball coach; Griffin Webster, NHMS instructional assistant; and Zoe Milchling, NHHS full-time custodian.

Late items for appointments included Jason McIntire and Elijah Lillis, NHHS freshman basketball coaches; Braden Jenkins, NHHS basketball facilitator; and Greg Walters, NHHS varsity boys’ basketball assistant coach.

The board also unanimously approved a recommendation of 10 paid COVID days for employees for the 2021-22 school year. These days will be set forth with the same perimeters as last school year.

Each board member took time at the meeting to congratulate the marching band, which placed fifth in the Indiana State School Music Association Scholastic B state finals on Saturday. This is the first time in nine years the band has made the state competition and placed this high.

“Our band is made up of eight seniors, two juniors, two sophomores, two freshmen, nine eighth graders and seven seventh graders,” board member Kristina Gunter said. “I had no idea we had such young students in our band and to be performing at this high of a level is just amazing.”

The board’s next regular meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 11, at 7 p.m. in the middle school cafeteria in Ramsey.