School board grants tenure to 11 teachers

By Staff
Clif Knight, Hartselle Enquirer
Hartselle School Board granted tenure to 11 teachers and made a number of other changes in preparation for the 2007-08 school year on May 21.
Teachers receiving tenure were Kelly Meadows and Rhonda Russell at Barkley Bridge, Earon Sheats at F.E. Burleson, Vicki Blankenship, Jamie Layman, Amy Robinson and Hannah Witt, all at Crestline and Jeff Hayes, Randall Key, Suzanne Mizell and Regina Hudson, all at Hartselle High.
The contracts of Angie Harris, a temporary teacher at Barkley Bridge and Anita Quinlivan, a special education teacher aide at F. E. Burleson, were not renewed.
Resignations were approved for Kimberly M. Pittman, who filled an emergency teaching position at Hartselle High in 2006-07; Kathy Cheatham, Hartselle High assistant softball coach; Steve Knight, assistant football coach; Sonya Nave, an English teacher at Hartselle High and Regina Anderson, a special education teacher at Hartselle High.
In other business:
Teacher transfers were approved as follows:
Nikki Peebles—from four English 9 classes, one English 10 class and one English 12 class to six English 9 classes at Hartselle High.

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