Personnel News Oct. 22, 2020

New employees

The Board on Oct. 22, 2020, approved hiring these new employees:

  • Amanda Andula, Cook, Child Nutrition Department, multiple locations, effective Oct. 26.
  • Kara Brunson, Custodian, South Middle School, effective Oct. 20.
  • Jason Eissler, HVAC technician, Buildings and Grounds Department, effective Oct. 26.
  • Jillian Estes, teacher, Virtual Instruction Program of Ray-Pec (ViPR), effective Oct. 8. This is an internal transfer.
  • Kimberly Feeback, Cook, Child Nutrition Department, multiple locations, effective Oct. 19.
  • Andrea Harrelson, Student Monitor, East Middle School, effective Oct. 26.
  • Anthony Kafer, Custodian, Buildings and Grounds Department, effective Oct. 20.
  • James Kirk, Custodian, Buildings and Grounds Department, effective Oct. 20.
  • Patrick Lancaster, Custodial Supervisor, District-wide, effective Oct. 26.
  • Bret Wisner, Student Monitor, Stonegate Elementary, effective Oct. 12.

Retirement/Resignation/Termination

The Board on Oct. 22, 2020, approved these retirement, resignation, and termination actions:

  • Eric Arnold, Assistant Principal, South Middle School, retirement, effective June 24, 2021.
  • Marc Harrison, Campus Supervisor, East Middle School, resignation, effective Nov. 30.
  • Jason Heuwinkel, Custodian, Creekmoor Elementary, resignation, effective Oct. 15.
  • Gylin Huffman, Teacher, Bridle Ridge Elementary, resignation, effective Oct. 21.
  • Levi Morris, Custodian, multiple locations, termination, effective Sept. 29.
  • Elizabeth Moss, Teacher, Raymore Elementary, resignation, effective Oct. 12.
  • James Shepherd, Custodian, multiple locations, termination, effective Oct. 6.

Extra Duty Positions

The Board on Oct. 22, 2020, approved these extra duty assignments:

  • Paul Carvan, Assistant Coach, High School Girls Basketball
  • Timothy Meece, Assistant Coach, East Middle School Girls Basketball
  • George Tombaugh, Head Coach, East Middle School Girls Basketball

Substitute teacher

The Board on Oct. 22, 2020, approved hiring Sadie Bales as a substitute teacher.