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May 26, 2019
 

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Contract night at Ada school board May 16

Issued: 15 certified, 4 classified, nearly 50 supplemental and 9 extended contracts for '19-20

Ada school board took several actions at its May 16 board meeting. The follow report includes some of that action from the school’s May Staff Notes, and is not officially approved board minutes.

The following affects the 2019-20 school year, involving contract approved -
• 15 certified staff contracts
• 4 classified staff contract
• Approximately 50 supplemental contracts
• 9 extended-service contracts
• 2 extended-service days

One resolution regarding reduction of force was approved.

Several additional substitute contracts and action involving the 2019-20 school year were approved.

School board awards contract for boiler and water heater replacement project

Accepts resignation from Trent Temple

Ada school board took several actions at its April 18 board meeting. The follow report includes some of that action from the school’s April Staff Notes, and is not officially approved board minutes.

• The board approved the bid for a boiler and water heater replacement project from Walter’s Boiler Works, Inc., prime contractor.

• approved the resignation of Trent Temple, effective Aug. 1, 2019.

• approved volunteer drivers for the 2018-2019 school year: Amy Mullins, Scott Mullins, Kyleigh Tabor and Tyler Craig.

Ada school board acts on several contracts on March 26

Approves agreement with Auglaize County Educational Service Center

Ada school board acted on several contracts on March 26. Some of that action follows, based on board minutes not yet approved. The complete set of unofficial minutes is attached at the  bottom of this story:

• Approved a retroactive agreement with Auglaize County Educational Service Center for curriculum services, estimated at $20,000 per year. The ESC supports programs in nine Auglaize and Hardin county schools, including Ada, Minster, New Bremen, New Knoxville, Ridgemont, St. Marys, Wapakoneta, Waynesfield-Goshen and Auglaize County Educational Academy.

Here's how the Polar Bear lacrosse teams fared in North Carolina

Both ONU lacrosse teams traveled to North Carolina for spring tune-ups last week. Here’s a report on their week.

Men’s team
BREVARD, N.C. — The Ohio Northern men's lacrosse program toppled NCAA Division III foe Brevard (N.C.) 15-8 at Ives-Lemel Field Saturday, concluding an undefeated Spring Break road trip to North Carolina.

With the victory, the Polar Bears improve to 4-1 overall this season. In addition, they conclude their annual Spring Break trip with a 3-0 record after defeating Guilford (N.C.) 6-4 and Pfeiffer (N.C.) 22-8 earlier this week.

Meanwhile, the Tornados move to 2-4 in 2019 after dropping their past three contests.

Special school board meeting March 6

The Ada school board will meet in executive session at 6 p.m., Wednesday, March 6, according to Meri Skilliter, superintendent.

The meeting will take place with the board's attorney for the purpose of prreparing for negotiations.

How about those Bulldogs!

Late run leads Bulldog boys over Bears

By Cort Reynolds
DOLA - Ada closed its county rivalry game at Hardin Northern on a 10-1 run to post a hard-fought 60-48 non-conference win in a rare Thursday night contest.

The purple and gold improved to 5-16 overall with their second straight win, while HN finished its regular season 7-15 after the makeup game defeat.

"It was a big win for us heading into a tough conference battle against a skilled Bluffton team," said Ada third-year head coach Dre White. "I was very proud of how we closed the game. That's been a nemesis for us this season.

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