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March 9, 2013

School board meeting Monday

Woodward, Okla. — Woodward's Board of Education members will discuss reemployment of the school district's certified administrators, directors and coordinators during their regular meeting Monday.

The board meets at 6 p.m. in the board room of the school administration building, 1023 10th St.

An executive session is on the agenda to discuss the administrators, along with the hiring of a bus driver, central cafeteria worker and Boomer Kids Club worker.

Votes are scheduled in open session.

Administrators, directors and coordinators up for reemployment are Tom Fisher, assistant superintendent; Kirk Warnick, high school principal; Frank Harrington, middle school principal; Bana Bogdahn, Angela Rhoades, Debbie Harrington and Debbie Jones, elementary principals; Sandy Johnson, district curriculum director and Susan Viles, district testing coordinator.

The boards other action topics include the contract renewal with Chas. W. Carroll, P.A. fore the school audit, notification of bargaining and proposal for procedural agreement with the Woodward Education Association and consideration of payment of teacher retirement offset from previous fiscal years as presented.

Among the items in the consent docket are field trip and fundraiser requests, and the approval of use of Woodward High School facilities for Classic Bowl XXV.

Chelsea Roberts, Woodward's Teacher of the Year, will be recognized during the meeting and the board will also hear reports and updates.


The High Plains Technology Center Board will actually have 2 meetings on Monday.

The first is a special meeting at 5:15 p.m. for presentation of the Fiscal Year 2012 Audit by Chas. W. Carroll Auditing Firm.

After that, the board will adjourn, then reconvene for its regular meeting at 5:30 p.m.

Among the agenda items is an executive session discuss the evaluation and reemployment the school's instructors and coordinators, and to discuss hiring part-time instructors and substitutes to add to the roster.

Votes are scheduled in open session.

Instructors and coordinators up for reemployment include: Tracy Borden, KJ Bowers, Pake Carlson, Polly Cottom, Jack Day, Jennifer Dew-Cockreham, Bronson Ellis, Susan Griffin, Penny Guthrie, Gary Jacobs, Delores Jones, Michelle Ketcherside, Aaron Marlatt, Evelynn Morris, Micky Pingry, Pat Pyle, Forrest Rogers, Karen Rogers, David Stone, Vic Terbush and Mitch Zimmerman.

Board members will also review and vote on the declaration of some equipment as surplus and approving the contract for next audit, among other action items.

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