CHARLES CITY — Seven Charles City teachers with a combined years of service of 203 years are taking the school district’s early retirement offer when the school year ends. They are:
Janet Boge, special education teacher, 36 years
Lynn Feller, early childhood special education teacher, 21 years
Shirley Holm, 6th grade science and reading teacher, 23 years
Roxanne Kennedy, elementary vocal music teacher, 40 years
Vicki Krumwiede, special education teacher, 22 years
Barbara Lauterbach, special education teacher, 32 years
Nancy Western, orchestra teacher and director, 29 years.
One support staff employee, Cheryl Sonberg, and instructional assistant of 26 years also is taking early retirement.
On Tuesday, the School Board terminated the contract of Charles City High School wrestling coach and industrial tech teacher Kevin Wedeking.
These are hires made by the school district dating back to February.
Ben Klapperich: middle school boys track coach at $2,451
Kristin McLeland: learning connection aide at 12.50 an hour
Bal Frascht: instructional assistant at $14.29 an hour
Rachel Connerley: instruction assistant ECSE at $14.29 an hour
Jenna Hardy: 6th grade English and language arts teacher at $37,938
Rachel Wolf: 7-12 family consumer science teacher at $37,938
Keith Reuter: dean of students at $65,000
Jessica Baker: special education teacher at $37,938
Brandy Anderson: 5-12 math teacher at $37,938
Holli Gorman: 5-12 math teacher at $37,938
Madalyn Fank: second grade teacher at $42,246, as well as head volleyball coach at $5,578
Alexis Finder: K-4 music teacher at $40,038 and head drama director at $2,656
Caleb Davidson: special education teacher at $37,938
Jessica Hirsch: special education teacher at $46,553
Jody Welter: special education teacher at $51,578
Katelyn Huxsol: assistant middle school drama director $996
Caley Johnson: early childhood teacher at $39,374
These are resignations accepted by the school district dating back to February.
Alaura Waide residned as instructional assistant
Patty O’Hollearn resigned at the middle school family consumer sciences teacher
Alexa Bock resigned as instructional assistant
Whitney Clark resigned as a special education teacher
Meaghan Johnson resigned as a 6th grade ELA teacher
Toni Smith resigned as the 8th grade math teacher and assistant middle School play director
Brenda West decided not to return from a leave of absence.