The Trumann School Board held their monthly meeting on Aug. 9

Wednesday, August 25, 2004

The board approved the transfer of Zachary Chester, 14, and Matthew Chester, 13, from Trumann School District to Valley View School District; approved the transfer of David Williams, 11, and Cameron Williams, 6, from Marked Tree School District to Trumann; denied the transfer of Amanda Lytle, 15, Kimberly Lytle, 10, and Anthony Lytle, 9, to transfer from Trumann School's to Bay School District; approved the transfer of Dylan Wade Loven, 9, from Trumann School District to Bay School District and approved the transfer of Wesley Lucas, 11, from Trumann School District to East Poinsett County School District.

Admission prices to athletic events were approved. The prices for 2004 - 2005 games are: Senior High Football, adults - $4 and students - $3; Junior High Football, adults $3, students, $2; Junior and Sr. Basketball, adults - $3, students $2; "B" Basketball, adults - $2, students - $1 and volleyball, adults - $3, students - $2.

Personnel changes approved were: Lorraine Hughes as a 6th grade teacher, Elisabeth Qualls as Wee Cat Academy director, Sunni Moon as a teacher for Wee Cat Academy, Stephanie Patterson as a teacher for Wee Cat Academy, Stephanie Martin as a teacher for Wee Cat Academy, Kristy Bailey as a teacher for Wee Cat Academy, Shellie McAullife as an instructional aid for the Wee Cat Academy, Lori Conaster as an instructional aid for the Wee Cat Academy, Arleen Smith as an instructional aid for the Wee Cat Academy, Kim Forbus as an instructional aid for the Wee Cat Academy, Jay Nance as an instructional aide for the Drop Our Prevention Program, Leah Hazelwood as an instructional aide at Cedar Park Elementary, James Carter as K-6 computer technology expert, Patty Williams as concession stand worker, Bob Crowe as electrician and Gaylon Trenthem as a bus driver.

In other business:

- It was approved to purchase a building dedication plaque for the new storm building and one for the concession / dressing room building.

- The sale of approximately 6,000 old outdated library books from the High School library was approved.

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