3 Resignations, 1 New Teacher, 1 Job Swap Receive School Board Approval
Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees approved five personnel changes and two appointments during their regular November meeting earlier this week.
The school board accepted the resignations of Monty Tipps as the campus police officer at Bowie Primary, Carolina Mejia as a Title I Aide at Travis Primary and Daymon Nash as a special education aide at Sulphur Springs High School.
Jennifer Price was approved to join the staff at Barbara Bush Primary as a kindergarten teacher.
Mary Taylor was approved to switch jobs, going from physical education aide to academic secretary at Douglass Early Childhood Learning Center.
The trustees also approved the reappointment of Dan Froneberger as the district’s integrated pest management coordinator.
Derek Driver was selected during the Nov. 11 meeting to serve in one of two SSISD positions on the Hopkins County Civic Center Board of Directors. The term begins Jan. 1, 2020, and expires Dec. 31, 2022.