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School board to consider renewing Arcodia contract through 2015 at meeting tonight

The Barrington School District Board of Education is expected to renew the district’s contract with Superintendent/Avon School Principal Anthony Arcodia during its meeting at 7:30 tonight.

The contract — already approved by the Camden County Executive County Superintendent — will supersede any prior contract. It will be in place through June 30, 2015, according to the agenda posted for tonight’s meeting.

The agenda also calls for action on several elements in preparation for the upcoming school year:

— Hiring of long-term substitutes and lunchroom aides;
— Naming of substitute personnel for the 2012-2013 school year;
— Naming of athletic coaches for the coming school year;
— Naming of Kristin Flowers as the 2012-2013 anti-bullying coordinator for the district;
— Setting the student-activity fee ($85 for first activity; $35 for second activity; $120 maximum);
— Finalizing prices for school meals ($2.45 for full-price lunch; 40 cents for reduced-price lunch; $1.25 for full-price breakfast; 25 cents for reduced-price breakfast) (Also see: Details on changes to school lunch program);
— and more.

BarringtonBulletin.com will post details on actions taken at this meeting on Tuesday morning.

At the board’s previous meeting on Aug. 9, the district hired David Zucker as the new principal for Woodland School.

DISCLOSURE:

As noted previously on the Bulletin, the author of this blog, Mark Correa, is running for a position on the school board this fall. As always, I invite any of the other candidates to contact me if they would like to discuss any issues on this blog or use it to state their positions.

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