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SC School Board meets

At last weeks meeting, the South Central Board of Education  filled a vacancy on the board.

Jeremy Chasteen was selected to fill the vacancy created when Tom Turner resigned due to a move out of the school district.

The Board also acted on several personnel moves.

Mary Jo Jahraus was assigned the high school head cook position, Amy Britton was hired as a certified staff member, and Kelley Dial was hired as a support staff member. The Board also accepted resignations from Michelle Carter, effective July 15, and from Sarah Payne and Kara Short, both effective immediately.

South Central board members approved a bid for a used tractor in the amount of $2,100…and heard an update on the status of funding for the district and and on their building project.

 

Frogtown News July 21

frogtownReturn from Vacation
Dane and Belinda Harpster of St. Peter, and Ben, Amanda, Madison and Dru Eller of Jackson, MO all flew to Kennebunkport, Maine on Saturday, July 9. They rented a house there, and did a lot of site seeing, including the summer home of former President George and Barbara Busch. They also traveled to Portland and did a land and sea tour, where they visited the lighthouses and the city of Portland. One day they went to Boston, and visited Harvard University and the bar where the famous sitcom “Cheers” was filmed. To finish out their stay, they celebrated Ben’s birthday on Friday at Luna’s Lobster Hut. Everyone returned home on Saturday.

VBS
Registration is underway for VBS at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church. VBS will be held July 25-29 from 6-8 p.m. Forms may be picked up in the church narthex.

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church News
Worship attendance on Saturday evening was 108.
Worship attendance on Sunday morning was 127.
The organist was Alan Holtz.
Acolyte was Alexis Roberts.
Attending Elders were Darrell Wollin and Allen Magnus

Remember in Your Prayers
Those with health concerns:
Mary Frances Benning
Kevin Courson
Grant Reitz
Lynn Bergmann
Those mourning a loss
The family of Charles Hintzman
Those with long term health concerns
Mark Dunaway
Randy Dorr
Ed Morton
Maria Oswald
Charlotte VanWinkle
Dennis Lee
Stefan Goolsby
Donna Oertwig
Kathy Hassebrock
Keith Manley
John Stedlin
Rhonda Morgan
Carolyn Maske
Lyndell Schwarm
Jill Quandt
Those serving our Country
Our Shut ins

Birthdays
(from last week & this week)
Linda Herrmann
Larry Lotz
TerrieAnn Butts
Haley Bergmann
Nancy Kistler
Rubin Roberts
Jaci Rothe
Cameron Brandt
James Taylor
Shannon Martin
Darrell Wollin
Shelby Smithson

Anniversaries
(from last week & this week)
Brian & Rhiannon Wodtka
Hilmer & Ruth Magnus (71)
Keith & Julie Graumenz
Keith & Jody Storck
Brad & Lori Smithson
Michael & Nancy Kistler
Mark & Marcia Wollin
Chad & Susan Hawkey
Carl & Karen Benning
Charles & Ellen Dorr

 

St. Peter Lutheran School Registration Information

saintSt. Peter’s Lutheran School and Little Saints Preschool will have registration for the 2016-17 school year on Thursday, August 4, from 3 to 7 p.m., and on Friday, August 5, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration for the three and four-year ago classes will start at Little Saints Preschool and end at the school office.

Registration for K-8 classes will take place at the school office. Please enter at the main entrance door. Information including the school calendar, a school supply list, application for financial assistance, Parent-Teacher League events, sports schedules, and an updated Parent-Student Handbook for Little Saints Preschool and St. Peter’s Lutheran School will be available.

Parents enrolling preschool children or new students at St. Peter’s are to bring a complete health immunization record. Check out www.stpeterstpeter.com for those immunizations that would apply to you. School physicals are required for preschool, kindergarten, and sixth grade students. A sports physical is required for students participating in softball, baseball, volleyball, and basketball.

Families are welcome to call the school office (618-349-8888) or email the principal at stpeter.spls@gmail.com for a visit of the school or preschool during the week of July 25-29 and August 1-5.

 

South Central Board of Education Meeting set for July 20 at 6 P.M.

The South Central School Board will meet on July 20, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. The meeting will take place at the new conference room at the SC Elementary School. Below is the agenda for the meeting:

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

1. CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

 

  1. ROLL CALL

 

  1. MINUTES

 

  1. BILLS & PAYROLL

 

  1. TREASURER’S REPORT

 

  1. RECOGNITION OF GUESTS

  1. NEW BUSINESS

  1. CDB BUILDING PROJECT UPDATES

  2. APPOINT NEW BOARD MEMBER

  3. BUILDERS RISK POLICY

  4. FUEL BIDS

  5. FOOD BIDS

  6. USED EQUIPMENT BIDS

G.    PRINCIPAL’S REPORT

 

8. SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT

A.     General State Aid-ISBE

9.   CLOSED SESSION

      A.   DISCUSS APPOINTMENTS, EMPLOYMENT, COMPENSATION, BENEFITS, DISCIPLINE, PERFORMANCE, NEGOTIATIONS

        B.   CONDUCT SIX MONTH REVIEW OF CLOSED SESSION MINUTES

 

     10.  MATTERS TO BE ACTED ON FROM CLOSED SESSION

  1. ADJOURNMENT

THE NEXT BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING WILL BE HELD August 17, 2016 AT 6:00 PM

 

 

Kaskaskia College to Offer OSHA Construction Training at Crisp Technology Center

The Department of Industrial and Continuing Education at Kaskaskia College will offer an OSHA Construction Certification Course on July 25-28 from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the KC Crisp Technology Center.

This OSHA 30 hour construction training is intended to provide an entry level construction worker with a general awareness of safety on the job. Learn to recognize and prevent hazards on a construction site. This course includes an OSHA 10 hour wallet card.

The registration number for this class is VOCS 180 BI04D. For more information or to register, please call the Department of Industrial and Continuing Education at Kaskaskia College at 618-545-3255. All students must pre-register for this class.

 

Salem Post 128 Senior Legion in Championship game

13626644_1206074992759067_734064896774907698_n_w250Salem Post 128 Senior American Legion is into the West Division District 23 Tournament championship following a pair of come-back wins to o pen the tournament in Trenton.

In the first game, Salem trailed the host Gators 5-4 heading into the eighth inning but a five run outburst led them to a 10-6 victory.

Matt Williams worked the first 4.2 innings for Salem allowing 5 runs, only one earned on 5 hits. He struck out 3 and walked 4. Adam Bunnell finished up the final 4.1 allowing 4 hits and 1 run.

At the plate Riley Martin tripled and drove in 4. Sean Cary also tripled. Brenden Boles, Brett Harmeier and Dre Hill each drove in runs. Eric Schoonover had 2 hits, including a double. Devin Williams also had two hits.

That put Salem into a winner’s bracket showdown with rival New Baden. The teams had split four games this season with three of them being decided by a single run.

Salem once again trailed 5-0 heading into the bottom of the eighth inning, and once again they proved it’s not over until the final out is made.

Post 128 plated four runs in the 8th inning to cut the deficit to 5-4 setting up the bottom of the 9th.

Salem’s 7,8,9 hitters — Bunnell, Schoonover and Cary reached base setting up Brenden Boles. The leadoff man blasted a walk-off double sending Salem into the championship game on Wednesday night.

Boles had 2 hits on the day as did Raterman and Cary. Hill drove in three runs.

Boles worked the first 6 innings on the mound allowing 8 hits, 4 runs, 1 earned. Garrett Murphy came in to work the final 3 innings and was the winning pitcher.

In other action, Carlyle won their elimination game over Aviston 9-4 to advance to today’s elimination game against Trenton at 6:30. That winner will play New Baden tomorrow with the winner coming back to play Salem in the championship on Wednesday night.

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Frogtown News July 7

frogtownVisit Lake of the Ozarks
Nathan, Mahala, and Harper Jacquin spent the weekend at the Jacquin Family lake house at Lake of the Ozarks.

VBS
Registration is underway for VBS at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church. VBS will be held July 25-29 from 6-8 p.m. Forms may be picked up in the church narthex.

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church News
Worship attendance on Sunday morning was 142
The organist was Rita Yagow.
Acolyte was Jacob Hawkey
Attending Elders were Darrell Wollin and Allen Magnus

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