Western Bradford News Digest
Canton holds reorganization meeting
The Canton Area School Board retained its same slate of officers this week.
During the board's reorganization meeting, the board kept Jared Wilcox as president and Denny Sourbeer as vice president.
For 2013, the board agreed to meet the second Thursday of each month. However, there will be no meeting in July, and the board will meet the first Thursday in December. The meetings will be held at 7 p.m. in the Canton Elementary Theaterette.
Troy OK's police car purchase
Troy Borough is using part of its natural gas impact fee money to buy a police car.
At its last meeting, borough council agreed to use a portion of the money to purchase the vehicle, a 2009 Crown Victoria. It replaces the old police car, an Impala. The cost for the Crown Victoria was $16,295, plus delivery costs. It includes police equipment. The radios have to be transferred over from the old car. Troy Borough was allocated $79,922.34 in impact fee money.
In addition, council also agreed to advertise a tentative 2013 budget that doesn't raise taxes or sewer or water fees.
Canton handles personnel matters
During its regular meeting, the Canton Area School Board accepted the resignation of Miller Moyer, Varsity Football coach, effective Nov. 29.
The board approved the following coaches for the 2012-13 sport season, pending completion of paperwork: Bob Rockwell, Baseball Head Coach; Lyle Wesneski, Baseball Assistant Coach; Wayne Pratt, Softball Head Coach; Brandy Heatley, Softball Assistant Coach; Barry Morgan, Boys and Girls Head Track Coach; and Tim Ward, Boys and Girls Assistant Track Coach. The board approved the following additions to the volunteer list, pending completion of all paperwork: Dianna Thompson, elementary library, and Roxanna Miller, elementary classroom and library. The board approved the following additions to the substitute list, pending completion of all paperwork: Angelica Starks, custodian; Derrick Rieco, custodian; and Jessica Palmer, elementary K-6.
In addition, the board accepted the request for parenting leave from Ashley White, math teacher, to begin approximately Feb. 26, for approximately 45 school days, with the option to extend.
The board also approved the second reading of the revised Child/Student Abuse and Reporting of Student Abuse policies and the new Fund Balance Policy.