By ROBERT S. MERRILL
DAYTON – West Side School District officials have hired three individuals as new teachers for the coming school year during a recent trustee meeting.
Emily Transtrum was hired as a second-grade elementary teacher. LaWrell Cook was employed as a mathematics/ physical education teacher in the middle school and Nathan Woodard as a secondary music teacher.
Assistant superintendent Spencer Barzee said there is a definite need to seal coat and crack seal the district office and auditorium parking lots. Both areas were paved five years ago. Bids were reviewed and accepted for this project to take place this summer, said Barzee.
In-depth options and bids were also reviewed as to how to proceed with paving or cementing the elementary parking lots, the superintendent said.
“After considering multiple factors, it was decided the elementary parking would be cemented by the maintenance department of the West Side School District this coming summer. This project will begin early June.”
The school board reviewed a draft version of the high school graduation program. The program is very similar to previous years’ programs. Commencement services will be held on May 22 at 7 p.m. in the Dahle Performing Arts Center in Dayton, said Barzee.
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