The school board selected Debbe Lancaster, whom signed a three-year contract with the district.
Fuller, the human resources officer, told Troidl about a call Wick placed to her when he was running for the school board.
"The actual motion was to authorize legal counsel to enter into contract negotiations" with Akin, Gulf Shores School Board President Kevin Corcoran said Monday afternoon.
Leader in Boardsmanship: Winston Pingrey, Buckeye Union School District, was honored for his valuable leadership and strong collaborative skills. Other board members were in support of spending more than that because they want to build a high school that will fully meet Avon Grove's needs. I think we could move forward and work together. Rogers said the state system for financing schools is so outdated they still get the same allotment for gasoline that they did in the 1980s.
Bracken said the board was having a very healthy discussion.
School enrollment is projected to increase slightly.
The board voted unanimously March 27 to hire Matthew Strine of Shippensburg as the new superintendent, effective July 1.
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At the January 23 board meeting, Porter said that Wick had made the following statement: "I understand we need to hire more teachers of color, but have we gone too far in hiring district leadership of color?"
"One of the first questions we've always asked our police chiefs is, 'What are your thoughts about arming teachers?'" he said.
It would feature a $10.93 million tax levy, a 5.46 percent reduction from the current year, according to district figures.
"There is a reason I am the 13th person sitting in this chair since the year 2000", she added.
He has not returned multiple requests for comment, and the district has declined to comment.
The Huntsville City School board voted more than a year ago to pay Akin $195,000 per year, with other benefits including a $900 a month vehicle allowance and moving expenses.
"They also resolved to review appropriate compensation for employees, receive training around the obligations of a board to avoid impermissible employment discrimination, receive implicit bias training, and support measures in place throughout the District which are created to preclude discrimination from occurring", Obeng said. He said he thought Richardson would be able to "devote some attention to that this week".