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Here are actions taken by the Auroar Board of Education at its June 26 meeting:
Accept resignation of district treasurer William Volosin effective JUly 1 after 18 years of service, and then re-employ Volosin as treasruer through July 31, 2022.
Adopt final appropriations measure for fiscal year 2016-17.
Approve 2017-18 permanent appropriations measure for fiscal year 2017-18.
Create a new fund for the purpose of depositing unclaimed funds.
Approve several transfers and advances of funds to cover accounts with insufficient funds.
Accept resignations of Craddock teacher Jessika Fuentes-Gonzalez after 14 years of service in the district, and bus driver Jeffrey Johnson for retirement purposed after seven years ot service.
Accept retirement notifications from Aurora High guidance counselor John Calcei after 18 years service, Harmon teacher Alicia Jimenez after 40 years of service and Leighton interventionist Nancy Shepard after 37 years of service.
Employ the following in support staff positions after 100-work day ihntroductory periods: payroll manager Diane Ebie, Leighton head custodian Daniel Fuller, Aurora High custodians Daryl Guyette and James Sanate and Miller custodian Justin Winland.
Award one-year contracts to the following teachers: Laura Arters, Leighton ELA; Kellie Dziemianzuk, Craddock interventionist; Justin Montello, Harmon; Jennifer Ray, Aurora High.
Employ Catherine Massiello as a long-term substitute teacher at Aurora High for 2017-18.
Award supplemental contracts to the following: Stephen Horvath and Brian Pichola, AHS bowling club advisers; Mark Bugara, Harmon intramurals; Cyndi Haughey, Ashley Tyler, Courtney Janko, Laurie Kidwell, Jodi Roscoe, Jennifer Golec and Jennifer Jenkins, summer school teaching; Betsy Hamilton, Aubrey Heiskell, Emily Hilker, Nicole Iseman, Leslie Lucas, Sarah McClure, Elizabeth Schaefer and Jill Whims-Semancik, special education-summer.
Employ substitute teachers Sarah McClure, Krista New and Jennifer Ray for 2017-18.
Award dozens of supplemental contracts to district and non-district personnel for a variety of tasks.
Establish various 2017-18 fees for Aurora High students. A parking pass will cost $25, the district will pay one-third of the cost of AP tests, high school sports and band fee is $100 and Harmon sports fee is $50 (sports fees cover all sports a student wishes to participate in).
Approve revisions to the Aurora High handbook.
Approve Harmon School eighth-graders trip to Washington, D.C. on Oct. 25-27. Cost is $325.
Accept a $10,000 donation from the Aurora All-Sports Boosters for football field turf , $200 worth of books from Mary Ann Wirsing and 5 iPads for Lisa Van Raepenbusch's classroom from General Electric.