School personnel changes
The Morgan County School Board approved the following school personnel changes at their recent meetings:
Paw Paw Schools fourth grade teacher Jerome Duelley transferred to a position as halftime lead teacher and halftime fourth grade teacher at the school, effective for the rest of the school year.
Warm Springs Middle School counselor Kristina Maslowski resigned, effective at the end of October 8.
Bryan Beverage resigned as health and physical education teacher for Paw Paw Schools, effective at the end of November 9.
Devon Taylor resigned as substitute teacher, effective at the end of October 29.
Christopher Poniris was chosen as senior portfolio sponsor for Paw Paw High School.
Jamie Chenowith was hired as homebound instructor.
Julie Hoover was approved as support staff for after-school academic events—the social studies fair—at Warm Springs Intermediate School.
John Brode, Jeff Hankey, Rachel Hopkins, John Lynch and Teresa Yost were employed for after-school tutoring at Berkeley Springs High School. The funding source is Step 7 monies.
Rosalie Betcher resigned as science fair coach, social studies coach and math field day coach for Warm Springs Intermediate School, effective at the end of October 11.
Kathleen Stotler was employed as assistant boys’ basketball coach at Warm Springs Middle School.
Jamie Harris was approved as unpaid assistant wrestling coach for Berkeley Springs High School.
David Aberegg resigned as assistant track coach for Berkeley Springs High School, effective at the end of October 2.
Shea Sirbaugh was hired as interventionist at Pleasant View Elementary, as needed.
A bus driver and a halftime aide were added for a special needs bus run, effective for the rest of the school year.
Paw Paw position
No qualified applicants applied for the assistant principal position at Paw Paw Schools, Superintendent David Banks said at the October 2 school board meeting. The position was set to be posted as a halftime assistant principal and a halftime Title 1 teacher for the rest of the school year.
A teacher who has the necessary qualifications was hired as halftime lead teacher for the remainder of the school year at Paw Paw Schools, said Assistant Superintendent Joan Willard. The position will be posted next year as an administrative one, she said.