At its meeting Monday night, the Bond County Community Unit 2 board of education approved several personnel matters.
Anna Ashbaugh was hired as a math teacher at the high school. She will work 4.5 periods of math and one period in a resource study hall. In addition, Ashbaugh will work one regular study hall/tutoring period.
Erika Knolhoff will be a science teacher in the district, working three periods in the morning at the high school and four periods in the afternoon at Greenville Jr. High School. She fills a vacancy created by the retirement of Cindy Adkins.
The board increased Dan Burns’ workload by one period in high school industrial arts, added a period to Kelsie Scheck’s schedule for a resource study hall at the high school and two periods of regular study hall duty, and decreased the workload of Alison Venhaus by one-half period for high school English and added a semester of tutoring.
Reinstated for employment were special education paraprofessionals Kristin Karraker, Jennifer Semanism, Beth Schweijohn and Nicole Detmer.
Eleanor Saboff resigned as a teacher’s aide.
Also resigning were Andrew Buhr as high school head boy’s track coach, assistant high school girls basketball coach, and eighth grade girls basketball coach at Greenville Jr. High, and Quinton Hammann (Hah-man) as boys basketball coach at Pocahontas School.
Hammann was hired as the assistant girls basketball coach at the high school and Amanda Simpson was approved as the new high school basketball cheerleading coach.