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Laurel

June 19, 2014

Laurel names secondary principal

NEW CASTLE — The Laurel School Board hired Mark Frengel as secondary principal of student affairs.

Frengel will receive a salary of $88,000 for the 2014-15 school year.

He has been assistant high school principal in the Ellwood City school district the last two years. Before that, he worked at Union as a sixth-grade math teacher.

At its meeting Tuesday, the board also hired Brian Croach as secondary instrumental music teacher at a salary of $43,088.

David Rodgers was named director of the school musical for the 2014-15 school year at a salary of $5,550.

Megan Nimmo, a teacher, was granted a leave of absence for the fall semester of the 2014-15 school year and a family and medical leave once all sick and personal days have been exhausted.

An agreement was renewed with Victory Security Agency to provide a security guard for $16.15 per hour for 40 hours per week from Aug. 18, 2014, through Aug. 18, 2015.

The district, with the aid of a grant, also contracts with Hickory Township for a police officer to provide security.

In other personnel moves, the board:

•Hired Beth Clem to a cashier position in the elementary cafeteria at $9.50 per hour.

•Hired Jennifer Both to a four-hour position in the elementary cafeteria at $8.45 per hour.

•Hired Kristen Hinkle to a 3.5-hour position in the elementary cafeteria at $7.75 per hour.

•Accepted the resignation of Germaine Glorioso, junior/senior high school secretary.

•Accepted the resignations of Brooke Bessell and Alexandra Morar, personal care aides.

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