LOUDONVILLE — Some new faces should be coming to Loudonville-Perrysville Exempted Village Schools after its board of education approved a slew of contracts and new hires at its Monday meeting.
Among the new hires are: a high school music teacher, an intervention specialist, a high school science teacher, office staff, and more. Contract approval does not mean these staff are officially hired; they still have to go through background checks and other pre-hire processes.
The school board also approved nine one-year supplemental contracts for athletic staff at the high school and middle school level — in addition to two other one-year contracts for site managers.
The district now only has four vacant positions remaining to fill, which is down significantly from previous years, superintendent Catherine Puster said.
“Considering we just had a significant amount (of vacancies), this is good,” Puster said.
The board of education also approved the resignation of custodian John Pearce, who has been with the district for 38 years.
The full list of new hires and resignations is available here.