School board approves next year’s rehires

Published: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at 03:56 PM.

·         Kolmetz requested that the timer on the snack machine be fixed so that the students cannot purchase snacks during lunch time.

·         Kolmetz informed the Board that Washington-Holmes Technical Center had over 300 students recently complete their studies.

·         Kolmetz also informed the Board that Wausau held a Veterans’ program recently where the Bethlehem High School Culinary Academy provided a meal to the visiting veterans.

“Now is a good time to be a student in Holmes County,” said Chair Rusty Williams. “We’ve got so many talented students and teachers. Our students are going to go far.”

During the previous meeting on May 6, Kolmetz once again motioned to place audio recordings of the Board meetings on the district website, which died due to lack of a second, which makes

the third time Kolmetz’ request for audio recordings on the district website has died without a second.

Kolmetz also moved to change the agenda format and list unfinished or new business on the agenda, which was passed and after discussion Kolmetz amended her motion to request the superintendent to place unfinished or new business on the agenda, which passed.



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