At its July meeting Monday night, the Bond County Unit 2 Board of Education took action on personnel matters.
The retirement of Dena Petroline as district business manager, was accepted, effective October 31, 2021. She has worked for the district since 1982.
The board accepted the resignations of Allison Smith as food service manager at Pocahontas School, Tricia Gray as Spanish teacher at the high school, and Kelly Tabor as a secretary at the Greenville Elementary School.
Megan Harley was approved as a part-time Kindergarten readiness Program family facilitator/part-time Early Childhood mental health specialist.
The district is now identifying its secretaries as administrative assistants. Sabrina Revisky was hired as an administrative assistant at Greenville Elementary School, and the board tabled action in hiring an accounts payable and district administrative assistant.
KRP administrative assistant Jo VonderHaar had her work days reduced by 20 to 190 days, and the work days of district administrative assistants Emily Laesch and Michele Wade were increased. Laesch is at 260 days per year, an increase of 25, and Wade’s days went from 225 to 235.
The board approved a leave of absence for later this year to Alisha Chancellor, GES food service manager.