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Tyler BOE Approves Requests

By Staff | Apr 6, 2016

MIDDLEBOURNE The Tyler County Board of Education met Monday to approve a laundry list of items ranging from employment contracts to trip requests.

The board approved re-employing the following school administrators for the 2016-2017 school year: James K. Yoho, principal at Tyler Consolidated High School; Ryan Walton, assistant principal and athletic director for Tyler Consolidated Middle and High Schools; Suzette Miller, principal for Tyler Consolidated Middle School; Patricia Feldmeier, principal at A. I. Boreman Elementary School; and Krista DeVaughn, principal Sistersville Elementary School.

Longtime teacher Charlene Galluzo may be officially retiring, but that doesn’t mean she will stop teaching. The BOE approved hiring Galluzzo as a substitute teacher for the 2016-17 school year. Speaking of Galluzo, she was granted the BOE’s approval so that the Ohio River Valley Volleyball Officials Association be permitted to use the library and gymnasium at Sistersville Elementary School to hold meetings throughout the 2016 volleyball season, as required by the WVSSAC.

The BOE rescinded the mutual transfer of Christina Myer from Kindergarten Teacher at A. I. Boreman Elementary School to Second-grade Teacher at A. I. Boreman Elementary School and restore Mrs. Myer to her former position as a Kindergarten Teacher at A. I. Boreman Elementary

And Samantha Moore was hired a substitute teacher pending CIB results and certification.

The BOE approved:

Jill LeMasters, ECE Teacher at A. I. Boreman Elementary School, requests for their annual field trip to Domino’s Pizza in Paden City, Sistersville City Park, and the TCHS Greenhouses on May 27 with bus for transportation.

Amanda Kimble, Director of Support Services, request that Creed Ammons, Benjamin Stackpole and Sarah Hashman be excused from school to attend the Golden Horseshoe Ceremony on May 6, 2016 at the State Capitol in Charleston. Transportation to be provided by their parents. Kimble’s requests that four students be permitted to attend the WV State Social Studies Fair in Charleston on April 15, 2016. Transportation to be provided by their parents. She also received approval for her request for professional leave for Stefanie Suter, Amy Yost and Tracy Summers, who will be chaperones and judges for the event.

Linda Duncan’s request permission for the STARS (Super Teens Achieving Regional Success) to attend the STARS Awards Luncheon on April 7 at WVU-Parkersburg, with bus for transportation.

Matthew Jennings, AIB Music Specialist, request to take the A.I. Boreman After-School Choir to perform at “Arts Alive” in Charleston on April 22, 2016, with bus for transportation.

Connie Stewart, FCCLA Advisor at Tyler Consolidated Middle/High Schools, request for permission to take three high school students and eight middle school students to compete at the State FCCLA Spring Conference at Cedar Lakes on April 12 and 13, 2016, with bus for transportation. She also received approval for professional leave for herself for these two days and that Haley Stewart be permitted to chaperone and judge the events.

Natasha Robinson, WVU Tyler County Extension Agent, request that 4-H students be permitted to attend the WV Beef Expo at Jackson’s Mill in Weston on April 8, 2016. She also requests that these students be allowed to accompany the FFA members on the Tyler County bus to this event.

Robert Schupbach, TCHS Theatre Director, request that the Theatre I students be permitted to perform The Velveteen Rabbit at SES and AIB on April 7, 2016, with bus for transportation.