Meeting Monday night, the Bond County Unit 2 school board took action on several personnel items.
After 19 years as the head volleyball coach of the high school program, Alison Hall has resigned, effective immediately. She will continue to teach at the high school and coach track.
Starting with the 1999-2000 season, Coach Hall’s volleyball teams won 322 matches.
Under her direction, the Lady Comets won 4 regional titles.
The team this past season won 25 matches, tying the school record for wins in a season, set by Hall’s 2007-2008 team.
The board accepted the resignation of Jack Langel as industrial technology teacher at the high school and hired Terry Marshall for the position.
Pam Tompkins’ retirement as the district’s transportation and unit office secretary was approved, effective September 23, 2019.
Brittany Paradee has resigned as a special education aide at the Greenville Elementary School, and Christine Kious resigned as a food service employee at the GES. Erica Davis was hired for the food service position.
Leaves of absence were approved for staff members Nic Elam, Sue Stone and Emilee Niemeier.
The board approved a motion to expel a student for violating school rules. The expulsion prohibits the student from participating in school and all school-related activities from November 13, 2017 to November 13, 2019. During that time the student will be enrolled in Cornerstone Academy in Nokomis.