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Centralia R-VI accepts four resignations

Posted on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at 6:04 am

Here are two R-VI staff members who did not resign. Chester Boren Middle School Teachers Tim Motley, left, and Tyler Forsee both nominated Kaelyn Walters for CBMS March Student. Kaelyn, a seventh-grade student, said Forsee and Motley: “A super hard worker in all of her endeavors and it pays off with straight A’s. In class, she always has her work done neatly and perfectly. She goes above and beyond the normal expectations in everything she does. She is not afraid to ask questions to make sure she fully understands topics. Forsee summed it up by saying ‘Kaelyn is a rockstar.’”

Here are two R-VI staff members who did not resign. Chester Boren Middle School Teachers Tim Motley, left, and Tyler Forsee both nominated Kaelyn Walters for CBMS March Student. Kaelyn, a seventh-grade student, said Forsee and Motley: “A super hard worker in all of her endeavors and it pays off with straight A’s. In class, she always has her work done neatly and perfectly. She goes above and beyond the normal expectations in everything she does. She is not afraid to ask questions to make sure she fully understands topics. Forsee summed it up by saying ‘Kaelyn is a rockstar.’”

The Centralia School Board has released the minutes of its April 8 executive session.

The session mainly concerned the hiring and resignations of employees.

The board accepted the resignations of four employees.

They were: Nick Larson – Centralia High School assistant principal and activities director; Mandi Asbury first grade teacher-; and Brandon Kinkead, special education teacher at Chester Boren Middle School.

All coaches were hired back at their current positions.

Additionally, these hires were approved:

* Scott Humphrey – CHS asst. principal/activities director

* Nicole Crenshaw – Board Office administrative assistant

Andrea Martinez – CIS Secretary

Lacey Korb – CHS guidance/activities director secretary

Bryan Green – CIS special education

Tiffany Cox/Ability Network Inc. – speech language pathologist

Allie Brett/Brett Therapy Services – occupational therapist.

Cecelia Francis – high needs/spec education