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Parkland School Board Approves Hires, Personnel Changes

The Parkland School Board approved a number of personnel changes at its meeting last week.

 

The Parkland School Board approved a number of personnel changes at its meeting Sept. 25, including the following hirings:

* Marina G. Engel of Laurys Station, as a learning support teacher at Orefield Middle School, effective Sept. 10, at the annual salary of $52,480, prorated. Engel replaces Stephanie Fulmer, who is on a childrearing leave of absence.

* Andrew S. Nigrelli of Bethlehem, as a part-time paraprofessional at Orefield Middle School, effective Sept. 28, at an hourly rate of $18.47. Nigrelli replaces Julie Lapp, who moved to another assignment.

* Ronald E. Stahley of Schnecksville, as a part-time garage assistant, at an hourly rate of $16.37, effective Oct. 1. Stahley replaces Ronald Bower, who retired.

The school board also accepted resignations, including:

* Tammy J. Miller, playground aide at Fred J. Jaindl Elementary School, effective Oct. 4.

In addition, the school board approved a change in status for two employees:

* Claire Mittl, from part-time to full-time teaching assistant at Orefield Middle School, effective Aug. 28, at an annual salary of $25,334. Mittl replaces Patricia Jones, who moved to another assignment.

* Stephanie M. Misera, from part-time clerical to full-time Parkland High School principal administrative assistant II, effective date to be determined, at an annual salary of $35,843, prorated. Misera replaces Joanne Hartranft, who is moving to another assignment.

The board had also approved several coaching hires.

John October 05, 2012 at 07:28 PM
This is way past comic! Make an announcement that you are "CUTTING" 60 positions, then RAISE taxes 3.8%....then in late August (after taxes are due), add more staff. Now, here we are in October adding MORE staff, while others "MOVE TO ANOTHER ASSIGNMENT"! C'mon taxpayers...WAKE UP! We have been duped and bamboozled YET AGAIN. I cant wait until we see what Santa brings with regard to the salary increases for our beloved ADMINISTRATORS!

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