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Shelby School Board Bids Farewell To Retiring Employees

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 5/15/2013The Shelby school board said goodbye to nine veteran employees Tuesday night. Eight teachers and one bus driver were honored as they retire. Superintendent Tim Tarvin calls them a "great group" with an average of more than 20 years experience each.  He says their absence will create a void, but he looks forward to attracting talented young teachers and moving forward. And as Shelby schools move forward, the board hired Miami of Ohio graduate Jessica Simpson as a teacher.  She also is interested in getting involved with the girls' softball teams, as a starting pitcher for four years and as a Player of the Year when she was in high school. The Shelby school board also approved a contract for landscaping work, and is seeking bids for a paving project.
   
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