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MLSD Board of Education meets June 12, dealing with numerous issues

first_img Top Searches Top Searches YoungFootballWinch HomeNewsMLSD Board of Education meets June 12, dealing with numerous issues MLSD Superintendent Brian Rau, second from left, and the school district’s Board of Education listen to the concerns of the audience during their June 12 meeting. 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We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel MLSD Board of Education meets June 12, dealing with numerous issuesGrowing concerns over football, girls varsity basketball coach, and programs offeredJune 22, 2019Mark CarpenterNews, Top Stories0 By Austin Rust-A number of concerned parents and educators gathered for a regular meeting of the Manchester Local School District Board of Education on June 12.Rumors of possible cuts to the football program were put to rest within the first few minutes.“There’s not a single one of us in administration that wants anything cut with football,” stated Brian Rau, MLSD superintendent. “We’re not looking to cut football, we’re not asking to cut football- what we’re trying to do is figure out how we may able to alternatively fund football.”A second major point of discussion centered on the girls varsity basketball coaching position.There were many in the crowd (including members of the girls varsity basketball team) present to support Coach Shawn Palmer, who after having led a successful season, the administration decided not to hire on for this year.Members of the board voted 4-0 to hire a new coach, the candidate being Bradley Cannon – who has previously coached basketball at Ripley High School.Next, there was mention of legislation being put together by Senator Joe Uecker to reduce debt owed on the school building, and reduce tax rates paid by residents of Manchester.“The district owes $4.4 million still on the building,” a school administrator said., “Senatoe Uecker is looking at possibly $2.2 million to cover DP & L’s share.”“If the legislature passes this bill, our tax rates would go back down to where they had been for years – for the next three years – and then the debt would be paid off.”In the portion of the meeting set aside for public participation, parents and educators expressed their concerns for the future of the Manchester Local School District.“I feel like our school is on a downhill slope,” said one concerned parent. “We are losing teachers left and right, and I don’t know what for. It used to be when we started that everyone wanted to come teach at Manchester, and now no one wants to teach at Manchester.”A number of educators from the elementary school urged members of the board not to cut teachers from the third grade, and to keep the same number of first grade classrooms.“We do not need to be creating larger class sizes,” said one third grade teacher. “So that teachers cannot provide the individualized instruction that our student population so desperately needs.”“Our building and district goals are to grow our students both academically and behaviorally,” she continued. “We are asking that you allow us to do that in the most productive atmosphere without overcrowding our classrooms.”Several parents were concerned with the lack of programs offered at Manchester Local schools – namely, the lack of a preschool and a decline in the number of dual-credit hours offered.“Both of my children qualify for the talented and gifted program,” stated one concerned parent, “and yet, we were not able to offer any services to them.” She has considered moving her children to other schools, such as those in the Adams County / Ohio Valley School District.“We had 42 dual-credit hours,” said Troy Thatcher, Greyhound Athletic Booster President . “And I think we’re down to 16 next year. Let’s work on that. West Union has 47 dual-credit hours at their school right now,and that’s where we want to be.”“Preschool is a must,” Mr. Thatcher continued. “The graduates in the class of 2019, no matter how much Greyhound pride they had, they’re not going to come back here unless they can raise a family.”“We’re here for the kids,” said Mr. Thatcher, addressing the Board. “You tell us what we need to do. Put it back on us, (and tell us) what do we need to do – we’re here to help.”Troy Thatcher, President of the Manchester High School Athletic Boosters, addresses the Board of Education at the June 12 meeting. (Photo by Austin Rust)last_img read more

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