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Final meeting for two USD 430 board members

(KNZA)--Two outgoing longtime South Brown County USD 430 Board members were recognized during this week’s meeting for their service on the Board.

Superintendent Jason Cline and Board President Jason Smith thanked and recognized Tim McClaskey and Gregg Dishon for volunteering their time on the Board.  

Monday’s meeting marked the last for the two who did not seek re-election this year.

McClaskey is stepping down after 16 years on the Board and Dishon after 12 years.  

Katelyn Ross was elected in November to replace McClaskey and Jamie Bottom was elected to replace Dishon.  Both will take their seats on the Board in January.

Following an executive session, the Board accepted, with regrets,  the retirement resignations of Horton Elementary School 1st grade teacher Connie Yaussi and Everest Middle School head cook Dora Miller, effective at the end of the current school year.






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