Ohio High School
OHIO — The Ohio High School Board conducted the following business at its Feb. 24 meeting:
• Approved the December treasurer’s report, bills and payroll as presented.
• Approved changes for the Fiscal Year 2015 school year, with changes in fees and uniform costs. Substitute teacher pay and officials pay stayed the same.
• After closed session, announced next year’s staffing will remain the same.
• Approved the final itinerary for the 2014 senior class trip.
• Heard from Superintendent Sharon Sweger’s report the high school has 33 students. Also, due to all of the snow days, changes in this year’s calendar have been made, but the graduation date will not change. The district has made-up two snow days, which leaves three days at the end of the year past Memorial Day.
• Heard from Sweger that general state aid predictions are the district will receive about 85 percent of its general state aid next year.
• Heard from Sweger the district’s insurance company representative Greg Manuel conducted an annual inspection of the building. He reported no items were identified as potential hazards, and he was impressed with the overall care of the facility, Sweger said.
• Also heard the district has delayed the roll-out of the Kunos. The school is working with the company and Quentech to get the Kunos in the students’ hands as soon as possible, Sweger said.
• Principal Jason Wilt reported on spring sports, baseball, track and softball. The Ohio girls basketball team ended its season with varsity having a 10-15 record and the fresh-soph team having a 1-10 team, but it was a young team, Wilt said. Also, heard Vanessa Martinez made the Little Ten All Conference Team; Jasmine Kahly and Riley Johnson made it to the Three Point Shoot-Out Sectionals. The boys’ basketball team was playing in their regionals that night. Boys varsity has a 5-8 record, and the fresh-soph team is 8-10, Wilt said. The fresh-soph had a tournament this past weekend and placed third out of 13 teams, Wilt added.
• Heard from Wilt that the Jan. 29 rededication of the retired jerseys went very well with four out of the six former basketball players and coach Lloyd Johnson in attendance.