Sulphur Springs Independent School District administrators will be tasked with finding two teachers and a payroll coordinator in the near future.
SSHS will need an auto tech teacher starting in the spring semester. Troy Emerson turned in his notice of resignation, effective at the end of the semester.
High school will also be losing math and robotics teacher Ruston Pennington at the end of the school year. Pennington notified administrators he plans to leave the position at the end of the school year.
Payroll Coordinator Kelley Perry turned in a notice of resignation effective at the end of the semester; Perry’s resignation, like the two others, was accepts by SSISD Board of Trustees following an executive session during Monday’s regular October school board meeting.
SSISD trustees also approved three new hires for elementary campuses. Jennifer Seely and Christina Burns were approved as special education aides; Seely will work at Barbara Bush Primary and Burns at Sulphur Springs Elementary. Linda Couch was approved as the new secretary at Lamar Primary.
Also discussed by the board following executive session were potential community participants for strategic planning purposes.