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Ada school board meets April 16

The Ada school board will meet at 6 p.m., Thursday, April 16, in the board meeting room for its regularly scheduled meeting.

School board planning session focus includes facilities and athletics

Chris Christopher will retire in June

Board meeting staff notes are attached at the bottom of this story -
Ada school board approved several actions affecting the 2020-21 school year at its Feb. 20 board meeting.

In addition, it held a planning session with the discussion lasting for one hour and 17 minutes focusing on facilities, athletics and “miscellaneous” items.

During the meeting, the board entered three executive sessions. The first for 16 minutes, the second for 59 minutes and the third for 35 minutes.

School board meets Feb. 20

Ada school board will meet on Thursday, Feb 20, at 5:30 p.m. in the school’s board room, at 725 W. North Ave.

Board members are:
Matt Grossman, president
Dr. Amy Mullins
Ronald Fleming
Ernest Daugherty
Troy Erickson

School board sets executive session Jan. 30

To evaluate superintendent, treasurer, to consider personnel issues and security arrangements

Ada school board will hold a special meeting at 6 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 30, in executive session, according to Matt Gossman, board president.

The meeting will be to evaluate the superintendent and treasurer and to consider personnel issues. No action is anticipated following the session, according to Gossman.

On Jan. 9, the board reorganized for the year. To read that story click here.

Following its reorganization meeting, the board opened its regular January. The board meeting staff notes, not yet approved by the board, are attached at the bottom of this story.

Matt Gossman elected 2020 school board president

Committee appointments set for this year

Matt Gossman was elected president of the Ada school board in 2020, during its reorganization meeting held Jan. 9. He replaced Amy Mullins, who was elected vice-president for 2020. 

Several additional new year appointments followed.

The board set meeting dates as the third of each month at 6 p.m. with meetings to take place in the board office of the 1971 wing of the schools.

Among other action involving 2020, the board designated the Kenton Times as the official newspaper for the board notices.

The following board committee assignments were approved:

Policy committee – Erickson, Fleming

Legislative liaison to OSBA – Mullins

School board offers nearly 20 supplemental coaching contracts

Accepts resignation of Suzanne Hardesty

The follow report includes some action from the school’s October board meeting and is not officially approved board minutes.

Nearly 20 supplemental contracts involving winter and spring coaches were approved at the Ada school board Oct. 17 meeting. Those contacts follow:

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