The Daleville City Board of Education heard a mid-year report from Daleville High School and Windham Elementary School, approved personnel actions and approved a field trip for DHS band during its meeting Wednesday, Dec. 18.
In the absence of DHS principal Josh Robertson, assistant principal Ted Folsom presented the board with a mid-year report on all the activities and accomplishments of DHS this school year. One of the many notable accomplishments this year was the guidance office attaining the FAFSA Hustle award for getting FAFSA forms submitted in a timely manner.
WES principal Chris Mitten gave a report on the activities and accomplishments of WES this school year. A notable accomplishment of WES librarian Christy Hixson was the highest book fair sales ever.
Both schools have enjoyed a successful first half of the school year and are looking forward to a successful and eventful second half of the year.
The board approved for the DHS Band grades eighth through twelfth to travel to Chattanooga, Tenn., for a field trip on March 20-22, 2020 where they will perform, attend a play and attend a performance of the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra.
The board also approved the following personnel changes:
Judson Waldrop, bus driver, effective Dec 19; Paul Sloshberg, DHS Science teacher, effective Dec 19;
Mariah Bennett, WES special education paraprofessional, replacing Emily Matthew, effective Jan 7, 2020; Amy Reed, child nutrition worker, replacing Brenda Johnson, effective Jan 7 2020; and Ashley Davis, WES First grade teacher, replacing Monica Saldana, effective Jan 6.