Principal Marshall resigns at R-VI
The Community R-VI School Board accepted the resignation of High School Principal Dale Marshall during their monthly meeting last week. Principal Marshall served the district for four years.
With his position becoming vacant with his resignation effective June 30, the district has already started advertising for the position on the Missouri teaching jobs website.
“We’ll take applications until it’s filled,” said Community R-VI Superintendent Cheryl Mack.
Superintendent Mack said there is no timetable set to fill the administrative role.
Applications will be taken, reviewed to make sure the candidates meet all of the district’s requirements, and interviews will soon start with board members and staff.
“We want to make sure we have the appropriate candidate we feel very comfortable with,” Mack added.
The board also accepted the resignations of business teacher Michael Boedeker and LA teacher Pat Rea.
According to official meeting minutes, the board reviewed the at-risk and transportation program evaluations. The board voted to approve the consent items presented.
The board approved to pay the February 2014 bills.
Members of the Athletic Boosters, Terry Davenport, Tricia Jackson, and Karla Holtzclaw were in attendance to present information regarding a new dug out. They asked the School board to help with the funding of this project. The board voted to provide $6,000 to the Athletic Boosters.
Vo-Ag Teacher, Stacy French presented information concerning a greenhouse. Mrs. French asked for permission to submit a grant. The board granted her permission to pursue the grant, but asked that she seek more information and they will re-visit this next month.
The Community R-VI Elementary received the Healthier U.S. School Challenge Bronze Award. Mr. Fairchild read the recognition received from Michelle Obama.
The board voted to adopt the Draft of the 2014-2015 School Calendar.
The board accepted the bid for Audit from Gerding, Korte and Chitwood CPA’s.
The board renewed the OPAA! Food Service Management, Inc. Contract for the 2014-2015 school year.
Superintendent Mack presented the Transportation Report and Transportation Maintenance Report. She gave a Bond Issue and CTS update. She also presented the OPAA! Food Service Management, Inc. Report. She presented bus bids. The board will vote on the Bus Bid at the March Board meeting.
Natalie Gibson, Elementary Principal, presented the elementary attendance, math fluency and January PBIS data.
Principal Marshall presented secondary attendance reports and LA II data. The board did not grant a residency waiver because there was a lack of evidence of hardship or good cause.
The Board voted to extend Natalie Gibson’s employment for the 2015-2016 school year.