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Janette Manke to be sworn in at meeting

What: South Routt School Board meetingWhen: 7 p.m. ThursdayWhere: South Routt School District administrative office in Oak Creek

— The swearing in of a new South Routt School Board member and the discussion of the board’s code of ethics are just two items on the agenda for tonight’s meeting in Oak Creek.

Janette Manke has been appointed as the School Board’s District 1 representative after former School Board member AlidaLee Gingerich moved out of the voting district and had to resign.

Manke’s swearing in is early in tonight’s meeting.



The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the South Routt School District’s administrative offices in Oak Creek.

The School Board will discuss its existing code of ethics.



It also will discuss extended service award proposals, director redistricting and a facility contract proposal.

“We currently do not charge for the usage of district facilities for most events,” South Routt Superintendent Kelly Reed said.

“We are looking at the possibility of a more comprehensive agreement where the district can recoup some of the expenses incurred.”

No action is scheduled to be taken on these items.

The School Board will accept the resignations of Gerry Sutton, elementary music teacher; Holly Hoskins, third-grade teacher; and Holly Curtiss, a first-grade teacher.

The School Board will take action on the approval of the following district contracts: Rita Herold (elementary — Title 1), Jacob Eskridge (second grade), Richel Eskridge (first grade) and Don Williams (elementary music).


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