Roys, Hass re-elected as president and VP of MFL MarMac school board

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By Audrey Posten, Times-Register


The MFL MarMac school board held its annual organizational meeting Dec. 12. 


Gina Roys was re-elected president and Roberta Hass vice president. Karla Hanson will continue to serve as the board’s secretary/treasurer.


Regular school board meetings will continue to be held the second Monday of each month, at 6 p.m. Meetings will take place in the high school media center in Monona, with the exception of the May and October dates, which will move to the library at the McGregor Center.


New contracts approved

The board approved several new contracts at last week’s meeting. That included John Wagner as a bus driver, Alecia Grove for food service/elementary paraprofessional and Paul Gordon as head baseball coach.


Pay increase for classified substitutes

The board approved increasing classified substitute pay from $9.25 to $11 per hour. Superintendent Dale Crozier said the amount puts MFL MarMac in line with other area districts and “may ease the pain of trying to find subs.” This is the first increase in three years, he noted.


Crozier gives updates

During his report to the board, Crozier said the district is planning to get a new scoreboard for the high school gym. It’s unlikely that could be done before the current basketball season is complete, however, so parts are ordered to fix the current scoreboard.


Crozier recently toured CVG in Monona, to see if the space could be repurposed for district needs once the facility shuts down. Although additional storage would be nice, he said he doesn’t see an overall feasible use for the facility.


Lastly, Crozier stated the elementary addition should be substantially completed in January. A staff bathroom has been added to the project, some flooring needs fixed and furniture will need to be bought, but he said all has been budgeted for.

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