ESC board accepts donations

Staff Writer
Columbus CEO

Numerous donations were accepted during the December meeting of the Shelby County Educational Service Center Governing Board.

Donations were accepted from Greg Wilt, Academia Scholarship; Ralph Bornhorst, Academia Scholarship; Air Handling, Inc., Academia Scholarship; Wilson Memorial Hospital, Academia Scholarship; Escape to Panache Salon/Day Spa, Academia Scholarship; Tri-County Veterinary Service; Thermoseal, Inc., Academia Scholarship; Mann Family Care, Academia Scholarship; Mutual Federal Savings Bank, Academia Scholarship; S & S Management, Academia Scholarship; Fort Loramie Education Association; Primecare Physicians, Academia Scholarship; Honda of America, Lego Robotics Tournament.

The board also approved the employment of Roy “Scott” Roddy as a substitute teacher on an as-needed basis at a rate of $80 per day and awarded a supplemental contract to Mike Wagner, WOCO, for on call duties.

In other business, the board:

• Approved Western Ohio Computer Organization's COG resolution.

• Approved purchased service contracts for Gabriel Matney, CORES Elementary Professional Development Training; Tamarah Matney, CORES Elementary Professional Development Training; Jonathan Bostic, CORES Elementary Professional Development Training; Curriculum Engineers Inc., Facilitate two Science Workshops as Professional Development Training; Nancy Junkins, Providing Value – added Analysis for Jackson Center Local School; and NK Telco Inc., Video recording and DVD production on January 7-8, 2014 for SEED/STEM presentation.

• Approved resolution approving Memorandum of Understanding with Upper Valley Career Center.

• Approved ESC Records Commission to dispose of records.

• Appointed Eric Ditmer as president pro-tem for January 2014 meeting.

• Set the date and time of the reorganization/regular meeting for Jan. 14 at 4 p.m.