NASHUA — The Nashua-Plainfield School Board has a slate full of resignations and new hires on the agenda for its meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, June 10, in the Nashua-Plainfield Junior/Senior High School Commons.
The agenda includes votes on:
⁃ The resignation of Crystal Crawford as a junior high teacher, girls basketball coach, and girls track coach. She has accepted a job elsewhere.
⁃ The resignation of Josslynn Lovik, junior high and elementary at risk and districtwide ESL teacher. She has accepted a position in Charles City as a middle school reading teacher.
⁃ The resignation of Joshua Scribner as a high school assistant volleyball coach
⁃ The resignation of bus driver Deanne Lantow.
⁃ The resignation of Transportation Director and mechanic Lynn Lantow.
⁃ The resignation of a part-time cook.
⁃ The resignation of a junior high/high school associate.
⁃ The approval of volunteer coaches
⁃ The hiring of Amber McCall special education and physical education teacher pending license approval.
⁃ Hiring Marie Glaser, a recent University of Northern Iowa graduate as a K-12 art teacher and junior prom sponsor. She student taught at Charles City.
⁃ Hiring of Abigail Agan as a junior high math and science teacher. She is a December 2018 University of Northern Iowa graduate who most recently has been a long-term substitute teacher for Dike-New Hartford.
⁃ The hiring of Sierra Fisher as the junior high girls basketball head coach.
⁃ The hiring of Deedie Cerwinski as the junior high assistant girls basketball coach.
⁃ The hiring of Tamara Legel as the junior high cheer coach.
⁃ Appointing the School Board secretary/treasurer for 2019-2020
The board is also scheduled to:
⁃ review and vote on student catastrophic accident insurance. Student Assurance Services Inc. gave the district quotes. The level of coverage taken by most districts has a premium of $929.20. The package with the most coverage has a premium of $1,079.20. The minimum level of coverage required is $500.
⁃ review and vote on online payment fees.
⁃ review and vote on 2019-2020 registration fees. The proposed textbook fees are $55 for K-3, $60 for 4-6, and $65 for 7-12. The proposed activity pass fees are $50 for K-8 students, $55 for high school students, and $70 for adults.
⁃ review the wellness policy assessment.
⁃ review the before and after school program.
⁃ review the district emergency plan
⁃ The board will consider going into closed session for negotiations strategy.
⁃ Approve administrative contracts for business manager, elementary principal, and junior-senior high principal.