Gulf Shores schools making offer to Huntsville school superintendent

Gulf Shores schools making offer to Huntsville school superintendent

The administrative and instructional part of the expenditure budget are expected to increase, according to school officials.

Woodstock police officer Josh Rapacz spends his time between both Woodstock High School and Woodstock North High School.

"What's really got me bothered is I find as I go through all the school board policies, I don't find any policy in there that talks about electronic data collection and electronic surveys", he said, "and I think that this board needs to make that a top priority when we talk about the data security and the confidentiality of student records".

The budget vote will be held May 15.

"We're anticipating a reduction of 10 buses". His last day will be June 30.

Matt Akin, who has led the Huntsville school superintendent for a year and a half, is being given an offer to lead the breakaway Gulf Shores City Schools as its first superintendent.

The superintendent also recommended Shawn Imhoff to replace Ariel Ortega as the Assistant Principal at Central Middle School in 2018-19. "The kids that are now in the middle school program are getting older, and we need to create a high school program".

Current policies are outdated and need to be updated, said Board Member Sharma Parlett.

"We're in a tight year, there's no question about it", Gallagher said, "but the trajectory looks promising".

"They also resolved to review appropriate compensation for employees, receive training around the obligations of a board to avoid impermissible employment discrimination, receive implicit bias training, and support measures in place throughout the District which are created to preclude discrimination from occurring", Obeng said.

Dr. Akin was one of 27 applicants for the Gulf Shores job, however he was the only candidate the District interviewed for the position. School board member Lynn Weber said that she thought the school building improvements could be achieved at the $102 million spending level.

Other sponsorships are also being sought, so long as the sponsors are not direct competitors of primary sponsor Grand View Health, he said.

With heightened national concern over data privacy abuses, the Oskaloosa Community School District Board of Directors are taking the matter seriously as it relates to students of the district.

Public high schools can not get the amounts of money from sponsorships that universities do, though, he said, because much of the university sponsorships are through alumni networks.