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Four County Career Center Board

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Collect Food For Thanksgiving

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COLLECTING FOOD ... Four County Career Center students united in a schoolwide effort and collected 1,383 pounds of non-perishable food items for the annual
Neighbors In Need campaign sponsored by 105.7 The Bull and Chief Supermarkets.
All career & technical programs at the Career Center participated in the Packing
the Pirate Ship campaign and filled a pirate ship with the non-perishable items.
Through their involvement, the students hope that families in northwest Ohio will
have a happier Thanksgiving and Christmas. Shown above following the 105.7
The Bull live remote broadcast with Josh Busch, Program Director, are (LEFT TO
RIGHT) Kaitlyn Campbell, Law Enforcement & Security Tactics (Bryan); MaKenzy
Huffman-Bowers, Fire & Rescue (Bryan); Brent Roughton, Clear Channel Marketing
Specialist; Bryan Garlock, Welding Fabrication (Stryker); Abigail Brink, Fire &
Rescue (Montpelier); Caitlin Meade, Computer Networking & Repair (Hilltop); and
Busch. Skills USA Leadership Council and advisors, Bill Parsley, Social Studies
instructor; and Krista Whetro, Cosmetology instructor; coordinated the event.

The November Meeting of the


Four County Career Center Board
of Education was held on Thursday,
November 20, 2014 at 7:00 PM in the
Multipurpose Room at Four County
Career Center. During the course of
the meeting, the following business was
conducted:
As part of the Treasurers Report, the
Board approved:
October Meeting Minutes, the
November Special Meeting minutes,
as well as financial statements and
investments for the month of October as
presented.
To approve advances from the
General Fund to the Uniform Supplies
Fund, Fifth Quarter Grant Fund and
the Title IIA Grant Fund, to be returned
when additional funds are received.
To approve the GAAP financial
statements and report for the year
ending June 30, 2014.
To approve an increase in the Cafe
change fund from $60.00 to $100.00.
To approve the update Section 125
Flexible Benefit Plan as presented.
As part of the Superintendents
Report, the board accepted and/or
approved the following items:
To approve Kyle Zartman and Mike
Meyer as Internal Substitutes for the
2014-15 school year.
To approve Substitute Instructors
for the 2014-15 school year as presented.
To move Nola Rosebrock to the

Bachelor 150 column on the salary


schedule effective second semester of
the 2014-15 school year (January 5,
2015).
To approve FMLA for Lynn Oberhaus
effective October 27, 2014.
To approve board policies as
presented.
To accept donations from Sauder
Manufacturing, Walmart, The Henry
Family, Rupp Seeds, Tonya Fisher, and
the Bryan Academic Booster Club.
To authorize advertising for bids for
the interior renovation project.
To authorize advertising for bids
for an 84 passenger Special Needs
Accessible School Bus.
To approve the hiring of Connie
Nicely, School Treasurer, effective
January 1, 2015.
To approve the hiring of Krissy
Cheslock, Special Education Supervisor,
effective January 1, 2015.
Under Board Committee Reports,
the Board received updates from:
Directors
Legislative Liaison
Upcoming
meetings
involving
members of the Four County Career
Center Board of Education, include the
Records Committee Meeting at 6:30
PM and the regular December Board
Meeting at 7:00 PM, both on December
18, 2014 in the Multipurpose Room at
Four County Career Center.
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