Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees approved nine personnel changes for SSISD during the July 24 board meeting.
Overall, two resignations were accepted, and requests for three inter-district job changes and recommendations for four new hires were approved. The personnel items will impact 6 campuses and the administration building.
Brynn Smith resigned as health science technology education teacher at Sulphur Springs High School.
Tammy Gamblin resigned as fifth grade English language arts and reading/ social studies teacher at Sulphur Springs Elementary School. Lauren O’Bryant was approved to teach fifth grade ELAR/social studies at SSES. Also approved to join the staff at SSES as a special education aide was Steve Johnson.
Sonia Cordova Yanez will be changing jobs and locations, moving from Travis Primary, where she was the campus secretary, to the Administration building, where she will be an English as a second language, Language Proficiency Assessment Committee and migrant facilitator. Alma Ramirez, Travis library aide, will become the new campus secretary.
Karen Phillips also will be joining the staff at the Administration Building as a half-time science coordinator
Mystie Wilson, a Title I aide, will remain on the Lamar Primary campus, but will be teacing kindergarten teacher.
Mario Arellano will be joining middle school as campus police officer.