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February 1, 2013

HPTC board to vote on rehires

Woodward, Okla. — The High Plains Technology Center Board of Education will meet Monday, Feb. 4 to discuss the evaluation and reemployment of the school's assistant superintendents and directors.

The regular monthly meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the HTPC Board Room.

Employees up for rehiring include Taylor Burnett, director of business; Tony Haskins, director of operations; Barclay Holt, director of full time programs; Vickie Hunter, financial director; Sandi Liles, marketing and public relations director; Sue Mitchell, director of Adult Training & Development and Practical Nursing; and Amber Riley, counselor.

"Every February the board discusses the reemployment of assistant superintendents and directors for the new fiscal year starting on July 1," HPTC administrative assistant Rachelle Rogers said.

The board will also vote to approve the HPTC Technology Plan for 2013 and address several financial matters including General Fund encumbrances in the amount of $121,337.71, the Activity Fund report for January, and the treasurer's report for January.

 

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