Thursday, October 23, 2014

Resignations and retirements show revolving door at Central Heights

By The Herald Staff | 4/28/2014

RICHMOND — The Central Heights school board accepted a few resignations and retirements and hired a new boys’ basketball coach at its April 21 meeting at Central Heights High School, 3521 Ellis Road, Richmond.

Dawn Burns, board clerk, said the board accepted resignations from Jacob Andres, instrumental music teacher, Eleta Jones, bus driver, and Rusty Cannady, boys’ head basketball coach. Doug North, the high school physical education teacher and athletic director, was hired to take over as the boys’ head basketball coach.

RICHMOND — The Central Heights school board accepted a few resignations and retirements and hired a new boys’ basketball coach at its April 21 meeting at Central Heights High School, 3521 Ellis Road, Richmond.

Dawn Burns, board clerk, said the board accepted resignations from Jacob Andres, instrumental music teacher, Eleta Jones, bus driver, and Rusty Cannady, boys’ head basketball coach. Doug North, the high school physical education teacher and athletic director, was hired to take over as the boys’ head basketball coach.

The board also accepted the retirement of three employees, all of which will return to their positions in the same capacity the next school year. Tom Horstick, high school principal, Beth Hixon, second grade teacher, and Linda Thurston, middle school English teacher, were all accepted for retirement, but all will return to their respective positions for the 2014-15 school year, Burns said.

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