WB board approves admin contracts
BELOIT — The West Branch school board this week approved multiple administrative contracts.
The board granted a three-year contract to Robert Graham as early learning center principal and Mike Helm as athletic director; and a one-year contract to Brian Coffee as high school principal. The board also granted contracts for school psychologist to Stephanie White, three years, and Sarah Scarazzo, two.
Other hires included Dan Hall as a summer school teacher, and for the 2022-2023 school year Calum Watt as a high school science teacher, Amanda Lamancusa as a preschool teacher, Cheyenne Heath as an intervention specialist and Courtney Cooper as a vo-ag teacher. The board also hired Lola Deckerd as a custodian and approved Felicia Bonar and Tyler Kennedy as summer custodial help.
In other personnel business, the board accepted the resignations of Shannon Etto as a custodian, Paige Brown as an intervention specialist, Deborah Erbs as a teacher, Abbey Ausnehmer as an intervention specialist and Charles (Tod) Pelley as a bus driver.
The board also granted supplemental contracts to Lauren Stitle as pep band advisor for the 2021-2022 school year; and for the 2022-2023 school year Dale Mitchell for football varsity assistant, Paul Hosteter for freshmen football, Calum Watt for eighth grade football, Dylan Davis as middle school football volunteer, Cheyenne Heath for seventh grade volleyball, Tiffany Woods for middle school volleyball volunteer, Chris Yannon for cross country varsity assistant, Merrellyn Banks for girls tennis varsity assistant, John Hancock for girls tennis volunteer, Westley Daley for golf volunteer, Lindsey Rice for high school cheerleading, Karen Rice for cheerleading volunteer and Mayze Leask for cheerleading volunteer.