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Handful of New Hires Following the Carmi-White County School Board Closed Session

There were several motions made following the closed session of the Carmi-White County School Board meeting for Monday night.

The following motions were passed unanimously by the board:

A motion for Kim Anderson to be reassigned from a District Bus Driver to a Special Education Individual Aide at Jefferson Attendance Center for the 2022-23 school year to fill the vacancy created by the reassignment of Holly Lidnsey, a motion to employ Drew Vaupel as a School Psychologist for the 2022-23 school year,  a motion to employ Cammie Pollard as the Carmi-White County Junior High School Head Volleyball Coach for the 2022-23 school year to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Kate Simmons, a motion approving Brittany Little as a Carmi-White County Junior High School Volunteer Assistant Cheerleading Coach for the 2022-23 school year, and a motion employing Teresa Melton as the Crossville Crossing Guard for the 2022-23 school year filling the vacancy created by the resignation of Valarie Reed-Johnson.

Two motions passed with one member of the board abstaining from the vote.  Those motions were: a motion to employ Will Knight as the Junior/Senior High School Dean of Students for the 2022-23 school year to fill the vacancy created by the employment of Todd Haley as the Carmi-White County Junior High School Principal/Assistant Principal pending appropriate certification by the end of the school year, and a motion to ratify the collective bargaining agreement between the Board of Education and the Carmi-White County Education Association for the 2022-23, 2023-24, and 2024-25 school years.

One more motion was passed, with all but one members of the board voting “yes”, and one voting “no”.  That motion was to employ Will Knight as the Transportation Director for the 2022-23 school year to fill the vacancy created by the employment of Bart King as the Carmi-White County High School Principal.

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