Board to consider staffing changes and insurance


By Glenn Battishill - gbattishill@aimmedianetwork.com



The Delaware City Schools Board of Education will consider approving several staffing changes at their meeting Monday night and will consider approving renewals of the district’s health insurance policy.

The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at the meeting room located at Willis Education Center on 74 West William Street.

The board will consider approving the resignation of Heather Webb, a science teacher at Woodward for the purposes of retirement. If approved, Webb’s last day would be May 26,

The board will also consider the resignations of Amy Santarelli, a cook/cashier at Hayes, and Traci Reed, a School Aged Child Care employee at the district.

Additionally, the board will consider approving employments for Tracie Lee, an educational assistant at Woodward; Aleece Jester, an educational assistant at Smith; and Brenda Schertzer, a cook/cashier at Dempsey.

The board will also consider approving a renewal of their current basic life and personal insurance policy with MetLife. According the the board agenda, there will be no change in the rates for employees from the rates in 2016.

Likewise, the board will consider approving contracts with EyeMed Vision Care for vision insurance and will consider approving contracts with Trustmark as the district provider for voluntary accident insurance and universal life insurance.

The board will also consider approving the district’s five-year forecast.

By Glenn Battishill

gbattishill@aimmedianetwork.com

Glenn Battishill can be reached at 740-413-0903 or on Twitter @BattishillDG.

Glenn Battishill can be reached at 740-413-0903 or on Twitter @BattishillDG.