Lights coming to Poplar Springs ball field

Published: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at 02:27 PM.

Kolmetz also made a motion that the certification of recommended personnel be added to the list of recommended personnel before votes, which also died due to lack of second.

“I just want to know who we’re voting for,” said Kolmetz.

“I made the motion that all personnel recommendations on our agenda will show the person's qualifications, such as experience, degrees, and/or certifications, so that we as board members will know more about who we are voting for,” Kolmetz said.    

Chairman Rusty Williams commended Dixon on receiving his certification as superintendent of Holmes County Schools.

“We commend him on expanding his education, becoming certified and strengthening not only the board but the county as a whole,” said Williams. “I’d also like to say I stopped by Ponce de Leon High School and I must say that the students are very enthusiastic. Their new agricultural teacher is outstanding with a great passion for his field and he’s got his students excited about working hard with agriculture.”

School Board Member Shirley Owens gave a quick thanks to those parents who are involved in their children’s school activities and studies.

The board approved of Ponce de Leon High School’s Future Business Leaders of America attending the FBLA State Fall Conference on Nov. 1 through Nov. 3 in Sarasota.



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