Union City Asst. Principal Resigns


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From Staff Reports

A special session of the Union City Area School District was held yesterday, so they could approve a resignation, and make a new hire prior to the new school year starting on August 28th next week. David Swanson, the asst middle school principal tendered his resignation, to accept a position in the Girard School District. As of yet, no decision has been made to fill the position.

The districts Athletic Director Daniel Keefer was appointed as the dean of students with a stipend of $6,466 in addition to his salary. And Norma Bleasby was hired as a temporary Kindergarten teacher for the 2018-19 school year, effective today. Bleasby is a bachelor’s step 1 with a salary of $43,127.

An earlier report stated the decision to add the one-year teacher to the roster stemmed from a discussion that was held at an Aug. 2 meeting. The discussion revolved around class size and how difficult it is for one teacher to manage 24 students eventually leading to the decision to add a temporary teaching position. Superintendent Matthew Bennett said the board will consider where they are in terms of class size at the end of the school year and decide whether or not to keep that position filled.


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