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School board approves new playground equipment

Cedarville School Board members approved new playground equipment, school policies and personnel changes during their regular meeting June 19.

Board members approved the purchase of new playground equipment for the elementary school, said Superintendent Dan Foreman.

The elementary will get a new basketball court and goals, park play units, swing sets and benches, Foreman said. The new equipment will go in once a ground cover has been chosen, he said.

Student and athletic handbooks were approved, with only one change to each.

In the student handbook, college courses have been added to advanced placement classes as accepted “weighted” classes, meaning they can count for more points toward a student’s grade average.

According to the change in athletic handbook, home-schooled students can be accepted to participate in extracurricular activities as was implemented statewide last year, but must abide by school standards including having good attendance, the required grade point average or above, and good conduct.

Armour Electric will install a new electric meter to measure only the electric used at the school’s wellness clinic. The purpose is to be able to divide the costs between health professionals at the clinic, Foreman said.

Board members approved new hire Zach Zajicek as the social studies and assistant boys basketball coach.

Susan Payne was approved to move from part time at the high school cafeteria to full time at the elementary cafeteria, while Teresa Greenfield will move from part time to full time at the high school cafeteria.

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