(12/13/2010)
By Dianne Weaver

The Calhoun school board could decide Monday whether or not they will appeal a decision of the WV Public Employees Grievance Board to reinstate former Director of Supportive Services Frank Tetrick.

The regular Board of Education meeting will be held at the Board Office at Mt. Zion, Monday, December 13 at 7 p.m.

Tetrick won an appeal with the Grievance Board, which ruled that his termination was not justified, with the local board having 30 days to file an appeal.

Tetrick was suspended by Superintendent Roger Propst and then dismissed by the local school board last Spring.

See WV GRIEVANCE BOARD ORDERS TETRICK'S REINSTATEMENT BY CALHOUN SCHOOLS - Secret Recording Not Grounds For Dismissal

See Monday's meeting agenda

The board will be making further decisions regarding a bond election set for county voters in March, 2011, including the scheduling of community meetings to inform the public regarding details of the bond.

The proposed bond will primarily help fund the construction of a new Arnoldsburg Elementary School, in addition to improvements at Calhoun-Middle High School.

See SCHOOL BOARD SETS $3.5 MILLION BOND ELECTION - 20-Yr. Bond Would Fund Arnoldsburg School And Other Improvements

The next regular board meeting is January 10 at 7:00 p.m., Calhoun Board of Education office.


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