An update on facilities, and personnel action headlined the Monday meeting for the Liberty Center school board of education. The school gained occupancy to the 1995 part of the facility late last week, and pre-school classes have now begun. The administrative and athletic offices will move into that part of the building by the end of next week.
And the next phase of work at the new Liberty Center K-12 building will be landscaping this fall.
The board accepted the resignation of Cindy Creps as executive assistant to the superintendent, after over 15 years of service to the district. She will retire September 28th. Several Liberty Center teachers moved-up on the salary scale due to increased education: Ashley Chapa, Andrea Panning, and Becky Tejkl (tee-cull).
The Liberty Center board is still working with the Henry County Sheriff’s office for a resource officer in the building. And a special meeting has been set-up for September 25th to discuss employment of personnel.