North Clay School Board Helps Recognize Bailey

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Published on December 14 2012 8:32 pm
Last Updated on July 14 2013 4:07 pm
Written by Greg Sapp

North Clay school board members Thursday helped recognize local resident Darren Bailey for his willingness to serve and perform "Taps" at ceremonies in the Louisville area for several years.

Ray Smith was present on behalf of the Louisville American Legion Post to present Bailey with a plaque.  Mike Worthey of the American Legion Riders also commended Bailey for his years of service.

Also Thursday, North Clay board members and administrators discussed potential plans and the future as far as how students and staff members are served with technology needs.  Also discussed was a need for infrastructure changes and improvements in hopes of driving an enriched curriculum.  No action was taken, but administrators are developing a plan and a timeline for implementation.

The Board also discussed a work study program that could be offered to district students.  Administrators are developing a plan to implement such a program and will report back to the Board on the initiative.  Board members also passed the tax levy for the coming fiscal year, and renewed an agreement with Karl Meurlot as school district attorney.

In personnel moves, the North Clay board hired Belinda Hammond as a substitute school nurse, accepted Dave Tolliver's resignation as a fulltime bus driver and hired him as a substitute driver, and hired James Clark as a fulltime bus driver.  The Board also approved a leave of absence for the second semester of the school year for Angela Conrad, hired Kyla Hall as a junior high assistant volleyball coach for the 2013 season, and authorized the Administration to hire personnel as needed.