September 29, 2022
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MIFFLINTOWN — Juniata County School District will change the flooring at Tuscarora Junior Substantial College.

In the course of a Thursday meeting of the university board, directors voted to agreement with Fike Bros Carpet 1 Ground and Residence for the installation of flooring at the school at a cost of $235,087.

In a workshop meeting very last 7 days, Superintendent Gary Dawson mentioned this is the first move in a a few-section job. The district will switch carpet on the ground to the remaining of the entrance, in the first part of the school.

The district strategies to finally exchange flooring in the office room, steps to the library and into the cafeteria. The remaining period is the classroom hallway on the far proper of the faculty.

The board also voted to take a bid from ePlus Technological innovation for the acquisition of wi-fi obtain factors for the district.

The bid, in the quantity of $277,065 is expected to be covered about 70 % by the Federal E-Price Software. JCSD would then be left with a charge of $83,119.

Previous week, Dawson reported the new higher-end wireless technique will “easily cope with our needs” and has expansion potential.

Also during the assembly, the board voted to get started an internship method for district learners. Dawson claimed it is a style of co-op working experience for students interested in occupation fields that have some romance to the school district — schooling, custodial, servicing, meals service, etc.

The internship system will enable as lots of as 4 learners to participate. Interns will be paid.

Dawson named it a earn-win for learners and the district.

The district is also in the starting levels of creating a funds for the 2022-2023 school calendar year.

During Thursday’s meeting, Dawson briefly introduced funds projections for the 12 months, but said the funds is however really early in the enhancement system. He predicted obtaining a much more specific presentation for the April meeting.

In other new small business, the board accredited:

¯ Meeting minutes from the Feb. 17 voting conference and March 9 workshop conference.

¯ Monetary experiences and costs for payment.

¯ A resolution agreement with the mom and dad/guardians of a JCSD scholar.

¯ Facility use requests, including: Stephanie Bonnell, Juniata Wrestling Club banquet, JHS cafeteria, March 23 Adam Barrick, Juniata Wrestling tournament, JHS amenities, April 1 to 2 Tracy Dressler, Dance Fever Studio rehearsals and recital, EJHS facilities, April 18 and 20 to 24 and Daniel Stump, Richfield Community Heart parade exit region, EJES parking location, July 30.

¯ Listing of men and women exonerated from having to pay for each capita taxes.

¯ Richard Meily as JCSD’s representative on the Juniata County Tax Collection Committee.

¯ Toinette Adams as a driver.

¯ Discipline Excursions, which include: four EJHS 11th grade tour, Sunshine Location Technical Institute, New Berlin, March 24 JES Basic safety Patrol associates, circus, Harrisburg, March 25 EJES sixth quality tour, EJHS, March 31 JHS SADD Club, distributing elements at neighborhood organizations, April 12 district FFA associates, Rural Road Safety Presentation, Mifflintown, April 14 30 JHS college students, Envirothon, McAlisterville, April 26 EJES 2nd grade learners, Lincoln Caverns, Huntingdon, April 28 JHS FFA tour, Kreider Farms, Manheim, May possibly 2 EJES kindergarteners, Lake Tobias Wildlife Park, Halifax, May well 6 EJES sixth grade students, Penn’s Cave and Wildlife Park, Centre Corridor, May possibly 6 6 EJHS pupils, Dutch Apple Evening meal Theatre, Lancaster, May perhaps 11 EJES to start with grade students, Assure Ranch, McAlisterville, May perhaps 12 EJES fourth grade learners, Penn’s Cave and Wildlife Park, Centre Hall, May well 16 EJES fifth grade pupils, Gettysburg Nationwide Military services Park, Could 18 EJES third quality students, Minor Buffalo Point out Park, Newport, May perhaps 19 EJES sixth grade learners, Knoebels Grove Amusement Park, Elysburg, May perhaps 27 and JCSD soccer group, impediment/self-confidence class, Fort Indiantown Hole, June 29.

¯ Retirements of Kathy J. Gilson, accounts payable/foodstuff services director, helpful May well 5, and Peggy L. Inch, EJES teacher, powerful at the summary of the school calendar year.

¯ Employment of Sarah M. Weir as portion-time custodian at EJHS, at an hourly amount of $14.95, pending receipt of clearances and Helen A. Hackenberger in the accounts payable/meals expert services director posture being vacated by Gilson, at an hourly amount of $22.50, powerful on launch of employment by recent employer.

¯ Marcy J. Benner as a JES psychological help classroom teacher, productive July 1. This is a newly set up posture.

¯ Jessie Reed as a TJHS SAP team member.

¯ Tamra B. Website page as a substitute secretary.

¯ Conference requests from Travis Quici, PA State Athletic Directors Association, Hershey, March 17 to 18 and Rachel Hayes, SAP schooling, McVeytown, March 3 to 5.

¯ Resignation of Michael Smith as JHS girls’ basketball mentor.

¯ Shari Miller as JHS volunteer track coach and Brian Burn, activity employees.

¯ Reauthorization of the charter for continued procedure of New Working day Charter School.

¯ Board member representatives to fill a few new conditions on the Tuscarora Intermediate Device Board of Directors: Julia E. Dovey, Central Fulton Faculty District Britney N. Rutter, Huntingdon Area School District and Todd G. Griest, Southern Huntingdon County University District.

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