Focus of Crestview Elementary Fitness Club during September meeting
By Sherry Missler
Times Bulletin Editor
CONVOY – Four Elementary Students, Fifth Grade Emily Heth and Evan Heckler and the fourth graders Mikeal Linton and Kinsley Schuette, spoke to the local Crestview school board on Monday night about the elementary fitness club they attend.
Jessica, Principal of Crestview Elementary Schuette
told the board that there are currently two initiatives underway in elementary school to promote healthy fitness habits. She said the first was a monthly workout schedule. As the children complete the different activities, they color the tables and then turn them over each month. An incentive is planned at the end of the year for students who complete this activity. She said that a number of students followed the exercises.
said the other initiative is new this year. The Fitness Club is only open during the month of September after school from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. She said there are 66 students participating in the club. Participants complete a warm-up lap, stretches, exercises, training and a lap count. Students who win rounds qualify for prizes. In addition, awards are given to students who complete one mile, 3.1 miles, 6.2 miles, 9.3 miles, 13.1 miles, and 26.2 miles. These range from a certificate to a T-shirt. There are even daily challenges that students complete. She said if there is enough interest, the program could come back in the spring.
Grinding wheel Mollenkopf, a Tully The cantonal trustee has notified the board of directors of a request for additional tax financing (TIF) for a new farm on Payne Road. He said the pig duplex has already obtained the necessary state permits. Construction of the facility should begin as soon as time permits.
Superintendent Kathy Mollenkopf
spoke to the board about the upcoming renewal fee in November, provided an update on local reporting data performance, provided an update on mandatory school safety plans and both an update update on student registration and open the registration update.
In other cases, the Council:
* Accepted the resignation of the social worker Katlyne Short;
* Applications approved for early graduation from Gracie Morgan and Liberty Temple;
* Extension of a one-year contract to Zoe Longstreth as a part-time caretaker;
* Spencer Approved Rolsten as a volunteer high school boys basketball coach during the current school year;
* Approved the grade six field trip to Dayton, Ohio (National Air Force Museum) on May 18, 2022;
* Approved the FFA overnight excursion to the FFA National Convention from October 26 to 29, 2021;
* Approved the list of teachers and administrators and the compensation plan for the 2021-2022 members of the district design team;
* Approved after-school tutoring program for elementary and middle school students and compensation supported by ESSER funds;
* Approved announcement-hoc agreement for catastrophic leave bank program;
* Approved additional and compensation agreements with Aurora Solar, SARL.
At the end of the regular meeting, the Council adjourned to the executive session. No action was taken when he returned to a public session.
The next regular meeting of the Crestview local school board is set for October 18 starting at 6 p.m. in the multipurpose hall.