County school board hires summer teachers
May 9, 2018
By Bill Wilson
The Anniston Star


As the school year winds down the Cleburne County Board of Education is busy hiring summer help. In a unanimous vote the board unanimously approved the following to be summer school teachers at the Cleburne County Career Technical School:

— Pat Johnson

— Scott Johnson

— Amy Brown

— Christy Ader

— Kelly Payton

— Christie Rainey

— Jodie Thompson

— Leslie Salter

— Tiffany Fuller

— Kevin Boyd

The board unanimously approved the employment of Phyliss Smith, Jeromy Owen and Donna Howle for the 21st Century Community Learning Center at Cleburne County Elementary School. This is a summer program with funding from the government according to Cleburne County Schools Superintendent Chad Young.

The board hired Barbara Johnson as the director of the 21st Century Community Learning Center at Cleburne elementary in a unanimous vote.

In another unanimous vote, the board hired  the following teachers for the Title I summer school intervention reading program at Cleburne County Elementary:

— Donna Howle

— Phyllis Smith

— Vicki Roberts

The board also unanimously approved:

— Resignation of Amanda Culberson, a special education teacher at Cleburne County High School, effective May 25.

— A maternity leave request by Fruithurst Elementary teacher Carrie Skinner from August 6 through October 5.

Cleburne County High School will hold graduation on Monday at 7 p.m. at L.E. Bell Field.

Ranburne High School will hold graduation on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Harlan Robinson Stadium.

Graduation for the elementary schools will be on May 22 and 23.

Young said he felt the year went well for everyone.

“It’s been a great year — great students, great parents and great employees,” Young said.

The next regular board meeting will be held on Monday June 4, at the central office in Heflin at 4 p.m.