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The Limestone County Board of Education approved the following personnel actions during a board meeting Tuesday, June 4.

Contracts

• Misty Tielking, Creekside Elementary School Extended School Year instructional assistant, $12 per hour, six hours per day, four days per week, not to exceed $1,800, retroactive to June 3 through June 27;

• Ericka Hall, Creekside Elementary ESY intervention teacher, $27 per hour, six hours per day, four days per week, not to exceed $4,000, retroactive to June 3 through June 27;

• Katelyn Stuart, Creekside Elementary ESY intervention teacher, $27 per hour, six hours per day, four days per week, not to exceed $3,000, retroactive to June 3 through June 27;

• Amy Cornelison, Creekside Elementary ESY intervention teacher, $27 per hour, six hours per day, four days per week, not to exceed $4,000, retroactive to June 3 through June 27;

• Corey Winters, Limestone County Career Technical Center ESY intervention teacher, $27 per hour, six hours per day, four days per week, not to exceed $4,000, retroactive to June 3 through June 27;

• Susan Tucker, Creekside Primary School ESY instructional assistant, $12 per hour, five hours per day, four days per week, not to exceed $3,000, retroactive to June 3 through July 11;

• Crystal Smith, parent transportation contract, total mileage of 92 miles round-trip four days per week for ESY services, not to exceed $4,000, retroactive June 3 through June 27;

• Rena Moore, parent transportation contract, total mileage of 48 miles round-trip four days per week for ESY services, not to exceed $5,000, retroactive June 3 through June 27;

• Demetria Hammonds, parent transportation contract, total mileage of 92 miles round-trip four days per week for ESY services, not to exceed $3,000, retroactive June 3 through June 27;

• Misti Beddingfield, parent transportation contract, total mileage of 64 miles round-trip four days per week for ESY services, not to exceed $3,000, retroactive June 3 through June 27;

• Traci Ricketts, parent transportation contract, total mileage of 88 miles round-trip four days per week for ESY services, not to exceed $2,500, retroactive June 3 through June 27; and

• Billie Ussery, Title I tutoring bus driver at Tanner High School, paid $15 per hour, not to exceed $540, funded by Title I, retroactive to June 3 through June 26.

New positions

• Title I class-size reduction unit at Johnson Elementary School second grade, effective 2019–2020 school year, paid with Title I funds.

Resignations

• Larry Wallace, Ardmore High School bus driver, retroactive to May 24;

• William Tyler Mitchell, East Limestone High School teacher/assistant football coach, retroactive to May 24; and

• Christopher Kirk Murphy, Clements High School head baseball coach only, retroactive to May 24.

Transfers

• Stephanie Music, from Johnson Elementary teacher to Cedar Hill Elementary School teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Brittany Arnold, from Cedar Hill Elementary instructional assistant to Cedar Hill Elementary physical education teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Jennifer King, from Piney Chapel Elementary School teacher to Cedar Hill Elementary teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Emily Paschall, from Central Office district math specialist to Cedar Hill Elementary assistant principal, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Cynthia Kullsek, from West Limestone High School itinerant instructional assistant to Creekside Elementary itinerant instructional assistant, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Tabitha Fulks, from Sugar Creek Elementary School teacher to West Limestone High middle school math teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Linda Smith, from LCCTC technical specialist to LCCTC cybersecurity instructor, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Sentria Lowe, from West Limestone High middle school counselor to Sugar Creek Elementary school counselor, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Brandy Lovell, from Blue Springs Elementary School itinerant instructional assistant to Blue Springs Elementary Office of School Readiness prekindergarten lead teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Mark McChristian, from Elkmont High School band director to East Limestone High assistant band director, new state unit, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Shannon Webster, from Clements High School math/counselor to Blue Springs Elementary counselor, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Sharon Thomas, from Blue Springs Elementary Child Nutrition Program manager to Clements High CNP worker, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Michelle Richardson, from Ardmore High teacher to Central Office school psychometrist, effective July 1; and

• Lauren Pitt, from West Limestone High gifted teacher to West Limestone High science teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year.

Transfer of positions

• Title I social science (history) class-size reduction at Elkmont High to Title I science class-size reduction, one year only, effective 2019–2020 school year; and

• Cedar Hill Elementary CNP worker to East Limestone High CNP worker due to meals per labor hours, effective 2019–2020 school year.

New personnel

• Brooke Morgan Quinn, Creekside Elementary teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Abbie Broam, Creekside Elementary teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Donald Bruce Cheatham, Ardmore High history teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Samantha James, Ardmore High fine arts teacher, new state-funded unit, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Molly Fenn, West Limestone High physical education teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• David Young, West Limestone in-school suspension/attendance clerk, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Morgan Lombard, East Limestone High agriscience teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Jennifer Kennemur, Piney Chapel Elementary teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Malory Bowers Stratton, Johnson Elementary teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Jessica Killen, Central Office school psychometrist, effective July 1; and

• Anthony Oliver, Elkmont High science teacher, effective 2019–2020 school year.

21st CCLC

• Karley Menefee, Piney Chapel Elementary 21st Century Community Learning Centers instructional assistant, paid $12 per hour, effective June 5–30;

• Benton Ferguson, Piney Chapel Elementary 21st CCLC instructional assistant, paid $12 per hour, effective June 5–28;

• Camilla Fairley, Piney Chapel Elementary 21st CCLC part-time teacher, paid $27 per hour, effective June 5–28;

• Trudy Romine, Elkmont Elementary School 21st CCLC instructional assistant, paid $12 per hour, effective June 3–27;

• Matt Taylor, Piney Chapel Elementary 21st CCLC volunteer administrator, effective June 5–28;

• Beth Motter, Elkmont Elementary 21st CCLC nurse, paid $22 per hour, not to exceed $3,000, six hours daily, four days per week, retroactive June 3 through June 27; and

• McKenna Craig, Sugar Creek Elementary 21st CCLC student helper, paid $9 per hour, not to exceed 12 hours per week, retroactive to June 3 through May 24, 2020.

Temporary positions

• Kim Tucker, East Limestone High summer receptionist, paid $10 per hour, not to exceed $1,500, effective May 28 through June 4 and July 18–29; and

• Cindy Stinnett, East Limestone High summer receptionist, paid $10 per hour, not to exceed $2,500, effective June 5 through July 17.

Supplements

• Michelle Mitchell, instructional technology facilitator, five additional work days at a daily rate of $311.14, not to exceed $1,555.70, from June 5 through July 29;

• Andrew Gentry, Clements High language arts teacher, $100 per day stipend to attend the Leadership Academy on June 5;

• Annessa Jenkins, Elkmont High library media specialist, $100 per day stipend to attend the Leadership Academy on June 5; and

• Patrick Chambless, Elkmont High math teacher, $100 per day stipend to attend the Leadership Academy on June 5.

Clements High supplements

• Mike Holt, head boys basketball coach, paid $9,000 plus 13 days, effective 2019–2020 school year.

East Limestone High supplements

• Brittani Baker, assistant girls basketball coach and assistant volleyball coach, paid $5,000 total, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Jill Covin, Senior Beta Club sponsor, paid $500, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Bradley Craig, head baseball coach and assistant football coach, paid $8,000 total plus seven days, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Josh Davis, head girls basketball coach, paid $9,000 plus 13 days, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Nicole Eslick, head volleyball coach and assistant girls basketball coach, paid $6,500 total plus seven days, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Bobby Earl Greene, assistant football coach, paid $3,500, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Dean Hester, assistant football coach, paid $3,500, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Jerrod Hester, assistant baseball coach, paid $1,500, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Bonnie Jacques, Scholars Bowl sponsor, paid $1,000, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Jennifer Janzen, band director, paid $7,500 plus 13 days, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Ron King, non-employee assistant girls basketball coach, paid $1,500, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Justin Landers, head wrestling coach, paid $1,500, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Robert Landers, assistant football coach, paid $3,500, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Jared Laxson, assistant boys basketball coach, paid $3,500, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Clint Legg, athletic director, paid $2,500, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Sarah Beth Medley, assistant softball coach and Elementary Beta Club sponsor, paid $2,000 total, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Jeremy Mitchell, assistant athletic director and assistant football coach, paid $4,750 total, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Erin Nave, non-employee assistant volleyball coach, paid $1,500, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Brett Nave, head softball coach, paid $4,500 plus seven days, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Mary Lou Norris, middle school Scholars Bowl sponsor, paid $750, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Brooke Norton, Beta Club/Junior Honor Society, paid $1,000, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Michelle Priest, Beta Club/Senior Honor Society and assistant band director, paid $2,500 total, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Charles Pugh, head boys and girls cross country coach and head boys and girls outdoor track coach, paid $6,000 total, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Jeff Pugh, head football coach and head boys and girls golf coach, paid $11,400 total plus 13 days, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Christie Roberts, varsity basketball and football cheer coach, paid $5,000 total plus seven days, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Elizabeth Russell, yearbook sponsor, paid $1,000, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Ashley Sprague, theater sponsor, paid $1,000, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Jennifer Turner, head boys and girls bowling coach, paid $1,500 total, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Lacy Williams, middle school basketball and football cheer coach, paid $2,000, effective 2019–2020 school year;

• Julie Tovar, non-employee junior varsity basketball cheer coach, paid $1,000, effective 2019–2020 school year; and

• Jonathan Smith, volunteer assistant boys and girls basketball coach, effective 2019–2020 school year.

Tanner High supplements

• Victoria Griggs, non-employee head volleyball coach, paid $3,000, effective June 5 through Sept. 12.

Volunteers

• Kryslyn Wood, Clements High chaperone/volunteer, effective June 5 through May 22, 2020;

• Mark Houston, Tanner High non-employee volunteer football coach, effective June 5 through May 24, 2020; and

• Alicia Robinson, East Limestone High chaperone/volunteer, effective June 5 through May 24, 2020.

Suspension

• Donnie Cornelison, Ardmore High bus driver, effective Aug. 5–7.