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October 22, 2020
 

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Dr. Amy Mullins elected Ada school board president

Matt Gossman will serve as vice-president

Dr. Amy Mullins was elected board president and Matt Gossman board vice president at the 2019 Ada school board reorganization meeting held Jan. 10.

The following board members represent the school district on board committees:
• Troy Erickson and Ron Fleming – policy committee
• Amy Mullins – student achievement liaison to the Ohio School Boards Association
• Ron Fleming – tax abatement committee
• Ernie Daughtery – scholarship committee
• Troy Erickson and Amy Mullins – audit committee
• Ron Fleming and Matt Gossman – building and grounds committee

Ada school board reorganizes for 2019

Meeting is Thursday, Jan. 10

The Ada school board will meet at 6 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 10. The meeting is the regular January meeting and the board will reorganize for 2019.

Board members are Dr. Amy Mullins, president pro tem; Matt Gossman, Ronald Fleming, Ernest Daughtery and Troy Erickson.

School board to meet Dec. 20.

The next meeting of the Ada school  board will be at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 20, in the board room at the school.

Troy Erickson new school board member

Replaces Nancy Wood Allison

By Monty Siekerman
Troy Erickson is the new school board member replacing Nancy Wood Allison who moved from the school district. Troy and his wife Tara, both AHS graduates, are parents of three children now attending Ada Schools: Abby, a junior; Meghan, an eighth grader; and Brody, a sixth grader.

Troy, 44, formerly coached Ada softball and baseball teams. He has been an Ada fireman for 23 years and currently is assistant chief. The family attends Ada First Presbyterian Church.

School board to meet

The next meeting of the Ada School board will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 15, at the school.

Ada football Friday photo

Ada defenders Ethan Hall (55), Ty Miller (47) and Phillip Coulson (10)  
smother a Spencerville ballcarrier in the Bulldog loss to the Bearcats  
last Friday.

Photo by Sue Mattson

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