DANVILLE — On Monday, the Danville Board of Education accepted a $5,000 matching grant from the Energy Cooperative. The money will be used to purchase new wrestling mats, which are sorely needed. The rest of the meeting, Treasurer Mary Payne told the News today, was largely routine.
Regarding personnel, the board accepted a letter of resignation from interventionist/safety patrol advisor Nancy Dickerson, and employed Carrie Ackert as intervention specialist/safety patrol advisor and summer school jump start instructor. Jason Bostic was hired as junior high football coach and Hillary Hess was selected as junior high girls basketball coach. The board added Sheri Holmes and Cynthia Lampley to the classified substitute list, approved Jeffrey Hall for bus driver training and accepted a number of volunteers for the 2013-14 school year: Jason Sanders, Stephen Kick, Andy Jones, Adam Addair, Lee Lyons, Jeff Hart, Kyle Shackle, Josh Shuman and John Hardesty, varsity football; Heath Bostick and Shannon Pearson, junior high football; Rebecca Buckland, cheerleading; and Shawn Baldridge, volunteer to transport the golf team.
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