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Board of Education

By Sam Poe
Wednesday, November 20, 2013 | 12:11 AM

During the meeting, the BOE was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for the school's participation in the Alabama Future of Technology Initiative. It was presented by Adam Martin.


The Haleyville City Board of Education met Tuesday night.  Their regularly scheduled board meeting was moved up due to the Thanksgiving holiday next week.  All members were present, and the following items were approved. 


-October expenditures in the amount of $1,423,810.68

-Field trip request for the golf team to attend Battle at the Beach Golf Tournament

-Substitute teachers list

-Denise Banks, Leigh Ann Kiser, and Reggie Tolbert as volunteer varsity cheer sponsors and Sheynon Baggett, Heather Evans, and Jennifer Rains as volunteer JV cheer sponsors

-Granting permission to Phil Campbell High School basketball program to use the HHS gym on Saturdays when they are unable to secure a practice facility during the basketball season

-Mary Motes as volunteer assistant coach for HMS softball and Emily Taylor as volunteer assistant coach for JV softball for 2013-14

-Use of school grounds for 9-1-1 5K and 1 mile fun walk beginning and ending at HES to Lakeland Community Hospital

-Use of HES lunchroom to Haleyville Cardinal Toy Bowl Football November 22

-Use of HHS track for Baby BLU 5K Run January 19

-Amendment to 2013-14 salary schedule

-Booster Club/Parent Organizations handbook

-Use of HES lunchroom and gyms to Haleyville Band Boosters December 7

-Hiring of Reeta Hood as Health Science Teacher at the Haleyville Center of Technology

-Hiring of Lisa Cook, Leah Epperson, Beth Frazier, Tammy Hatton, Donna Jones, and Shelia Sewell as after school teachers for the Century 21 Program

-Various fundraisers for the school system

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