News Briefs for April 14

April 14, 2004

City names Lewis to Housing Committee

Paul Lewis was appointed to the Housing Committee Monday by Danville City Commission and Mayor John W.D. Bowling. He will fill the remainder of the term left by the Rev. Richard Hill, who recently resigned. Lewis' term expires April 1, 2005.

BCHS class to reunite

A 10-year reunion is being planned for the Boyle County High School Class of 1994. For more information, call Jimmy Glasscock at (859) 338-5924.

School board eyes students' bill

LIBERTY - Casey County Board of Education is considering a bill proposed by two students that could help students get jobs after graduation.


Two students at Phelps Elementary School proposed a bill through their "We the People" project that would allow teaching a job skills class once a week, effective in the fall semester.

Vanessa Abston and Ryan Clements said the problem with schools is that they don't teach students how to adequately get a job after graduation. They suggested having a job requirement class one day a week to teach the skills. They said only 46 percent of Casey graduates go to college and most of the others seek jobs.

Near the end of the board meeting Monday at Phelps school, Mike Davis, board member, asked the board to consider the proposal for a class at the high school. No action was taken, but Superintendent Linda Hatter said the board will look into a class for high school students.

Personnel hired in Casey schools

LIBERTY - Personnel actions in the Casey County schools were announced Monday by school Superintendent Linda Hatter.

Hired were: Casey middle school, Randy Salyers, assistant baseball coach; Mark Lynn, assistant softball coach; Joni Miller, math teacher; Jamie Hamblin, music teacher; and Jessica "Rodgers, Joni Miller and Melissa Harper, extended school services teachers.

Garrett Elementary: Lisa Ware, reading coach; and Janet Morris, Carol Price, Dana Morgan, Diane Sims, Jennifer Todd, Pat Coleman and Susan Soule, ESS teachers and aides.

The Board of Education also approved a family medical leave for Melissa Lynn, cook at Phelps Elementary School, through May 27.


Danville/Boyle Citizens for Good Government - 4:30-6 p.m. Thursday at The Winery at Old Crow. All interested citizens are welcome to attend.

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