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New Ken-Arnold School Board approves personnel actions

Brian C. Rittmeyer
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The New Kensington-Arnold School Board approved a number of personnel changes ahead of the start of the new school year.

The board accepted five resignations: Kathleen Perkoski, elementary teacher; Anna Rogers, licensed clinical nurse; Tammie Bayne, Roy A. Hunt cafeteria monitor; Sheldon Simmons, middle school head football coach; and Bobbie Jo Perroz, certified school nurse.

The board accepted the retirement of Michele Altieri, certified school nurse.

The board hired these people:

• Jennifer DiPerna, art teacher, at a salary of just under $46,800 .

• Amber O’Sullivan, math specialist, at a salary of just under $46,800.

• Raymone Thomas, school nurse, at a salary of just under $46,800.

• Gabrielle Heidenreich, licensed clinical nurse, at $19.11 per hour.

• April Stone, personal care assistant at Roy A. Hunt Elementary, at $14.79 per hour.

• Mindy Hank, cafeteria server at Roy A. Hunt Elementary, at $13.88 per hour.

• Nicholas Licata, named to the new position of tennis coach for boys and girls, at $750 for the season.

Board member Kristin O’Sullivan abstained from the vote for Amber O’Sullivan because they are relatives, according to the district.

Students in the New Kensington-Arnold School District return to classes on Wednesday, Aug. 28.

Brian C. Rittmeyer is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Brian at 724-226-4701, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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