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Falls City School Board Approves Personnel Moves
06/20/2016

(KLZA)-- The Falls City Board of Education recently approved a contract with Tami DiGiacomo to teach 4th Grade for the 2016-17 school year.

The Board also approved the hires of Shelly Thompson as an Early Childhood Sixpence Teacher – Home Visiting Specialist.  Sara Armbruster will serve as the High School and Middle School Library Assistant. Lindsay Davis has been hired as a Special Education Paraeducator at North School and Brittany Shafer will fill the same position at the High School.

The resignation of 4th grade teacher Laura Carlton was accepted and the Board voted to leave the daily substitute teacher pay at the same rate as last year, $110 per day.  


 

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