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USD 430 board accepts resignation of teacher

(KNZA)--The South Brown County USD 430 Board of Education accepted the resignation of a teacher and approved several supplemental contracts when they met last week.

The Board accepted the resignation of Kelsey Aadalen as 5th-12th grade vocal music teacher and fall musical co-director, effective at the end of the 2019-20 school year.

Aadalen has been with the district for 3 years.

The Board approved a partial supplemental contract for Beth Thurn to fill in for Aadalen as music teacher while she is on maternity leave March through May. Thurn will be paid $762.

Supplemental contracts were also approved for Zach Nelson as Everest Middle School head girls basketball coach and Shayla Whitebird as assistant coach for the 2020-21 school year.

In other business, the Board approved a summer driver's education program for 2020 at a cost of $150 for in-district students and $200 for out-of district students. Rod Clay will serve as the instructor at a salary of $25 an hour.

The USD 430 Board also accepted a gift of $5,000 from an anonymous donor for Horton High School activities.



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