The Kenton City Schools Board of Education conducted the last regular meeting of 2020 last night.
The Board quickly approved several personnel items and authorizations and resolutions.
Among the resolutions, the Board approved two separate agreements between Midwest Regional Educational Service Center and the Kenton City Schools.
One is for temporary speech language therapy services between December 2020 through February 2021.
The other is for professional development services to be provided no later than June 1, 2021.
Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski reminded interested 10th and 11th grade students about an application for the one year credential program at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center. She said information can be found on the Career Center’s website.
Penczarski also announced a $128,000 remote learning grant received together with Lakewood Local and Berne Union Local Schools.
She also stated that the last day for classes is this Friday December 18.
The plan is to return to school January 4, 2021.
They expect to issue a press release as soon as possible as to if that will be in person or continued remote learning.
The Board approved the appointment of Sheena Striker as President Pro-Tem before going into executive session for the evaluation of the superintendent and treasurer.
The next regular and reorganizational meeting will be held January 11, 2021.