Southeastern Career Center students received scholarships announced
Director Brad Street at the regular board of directors meeting
on Wednesday, May 12.
Students receiving the Southeastern Indiana REMC scholarships
include Tyler Powers, Jac-Cen-Del High School, building trades;
Laura Kaufhold, Milan High School, business; and Michael Wray,
Jennings County High School, electrical trades.
Bradlee Burk from Switzerland County High School received the
Disabled American Veterans scholarship. Rebecca Muschong, Switzerland
County High School, received a scholarship from Ivy Tech Community
Dale Gerringer, Jennings County High School received the Michael
Kegley/Baylor Trucking scholarship. The SCC scholarships were
presented to Logan Easler and Shandi Easter, Jac-Cen-Del High
School; and Bradlee Burk, Switzerland County High School.
Able Everage from South Ripley High School received the Gerald
Kirby scholarship and Shanna Cromer, also from South Ripley,
received the IUPUC scholarship.
The River City Classics scholarships were received by Michael
Luers, Jac-Cen-Del High School, and Cody Rothbauer, Milan High
Due to the lack of funding for the GED program, the recommendation
for the non-renewal of the administrative contract for Tricia
Johnson and the non-renewal contract of Jenny Morath was unanimously
approved. Street noted that no hearing was requested for both
The recommendation for non-renewal of teaching contracts was
approved with Steve Patz abstaining. The motion to allow Street
to fill the positions if funding is approved, both teaching
and administrative was approved with Patz abstaining.
Street noted that the school is continuing to look for a buyer
for the Building Trades project house in the Harvest Ridge Subdivision
in Versailles. He noted that future projects could include the
construction of a pole barn or the construction of a home through
Habitat for Humanity.
In other business:
The cancellation of teaching contract for Miles Henninger
effective the end of the school year was approved.
The field trip to the Skills USA contest was approved.
The field trip to the HOSA national competition was approved.
The non-certified policy manual was approved.
Enrollment for the 2010-2011 school year is down from
last year at 927 students. Street anticipates additional enrollment
at the start of the school year.
All members were in attendance. The next meeting will be on
Thursday, June 3 beginning at 9 a.m.