Bythe recognized for service to school board

Clinton School Superintendent Curt Nettles thanked board member John Bythe for his years of service to the board. Blythe did not run for re-election and Tuesday was his last board meeting.

CLINTON — Clinton school board member John Blythe was recognized for his years of service on the Clinton school board during Tuesday night’s monthly board meeting and received a plaque from the district in appreciation. Blythe did not run for re-election to the board. 

Board members also heard a presentation from Clinton Junior High School principal Josh Maxwell about the school’s STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program that will start this fall. 

In other business, the board:

Approved Eric Douglas as junior varsity baseball coach, effective immediately; Rachel Woods as a first grade teacher at Douglas Elementary for the 2019-20 school year; and Traver Millers as a CHS math teacher starting next school year. 

Accepted the resignations of: Brock Weigelmann as CHS business teacher and assistant football coach at the end of the school year; David Mathis as a bus driver, effective March 1; Jennifer Gaff as CHS M-Squad coach, effective March 15; Amelia Rosenberg as CHS special education teacher at the end of the school year; Sarah Benner as a CES special education teacher at the end of the school year; and Sarah Telford-Anderson as a CES 5th grade teacher at the end of the school year


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