Approximately 25 resumes were received from people looking to fill Prediger’s position. Six candidates were granted a pre-interview skills test to see if they were qualified for the work to be done and three of these candidates were called back for interviews. We’re happy, Melanie’s (Allen) not, I spoke to her today said Superintendent Fred Osborn. She was confident Lisa is going to step right into that role well. She has done a nice job at the secondary, working with Tammy (Gable). Osborn said Smeltzer’s skill sets showed through during the skills test and in the interview as well. The office is very pleased to have her moving in to replace Prediger. We’re excited to get her on board, said Osborn. Smeltzer will now be moving from the secondary school’s main office to the superintendent’s office to work alongside Administrative Assistant Abbey Clancy. The board voted unanimously to hire Smeltzer, with the official hire date for the part time administrative assistant position was July 26. Also at the meeting, Osborn made the school board aware that the school’s cheerleading team wants to do an overnight cheer camp Aug. 8-9.
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