Limestone County Board of Education
ATHENS — The Limestone County Board of Education took the following action Monday:
Hired Judy Perry, bus assistant, Creekside Elementary/East Limestone High; David Gates, attendance aide, East Limestone; Anita Denny, guidance counselor, Elkmont High; Marilyn Poarch, special education inclusion assistant, Johnson Elementary; Tina Smith, itinerant tech specialist, Piney Chapel and Reid elementaries; Karen Barton, guidance counselor, Tanner High; and Carl Goolsby, bus utility worker, bus garage.
Transferred Elaine McCord to tech specialist, Tanner; and Donna Bridges and Mike Green to bus drivers, BEST Academy.
Divided the director of transportation and maintenance job into two jobs. Daryl Adams likely will remain transportation director, and the board will hire
someone as maintenance director.
Hired Crews Inc. for $7,410 to do floor and slab work for walk-in cooler at Tanner.
Approved seeking bids for roof repair and replacement at various schools; two pavilions at Creekside; diesel, gas and propane; and paint for maintenance.
Accepted bids from Streetlight for network maintenance, $285,000; Dixie Store Fixtures, $24,000, walk-in cooler, Tanner; and from North Alabama Consortium, nine buses, $85,501 each and a handicap bus, $84,585.
Held a first reading on a state required policy for gifted education acceleration program.
Gave the East Limestone Soccer Association approval to use four acres at Creekside as soccer fields.
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