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Vacancy on USD 113 board
09/19/2020

(KMZA)-There is a vacancy on the Prairie Hills USD 113 Board of Education.

Superintendent Todd Evans says the Board Monday evening approved publishing a notice of the vacancy created by the resignation of Dr. Jeff DeMint, who represented board member district 2.

Evans said the Board expressed appreciation for DeMint's many years of service on the Board along with USD 113 Foundation.

He said the Board will interview interested candidates at their November 9th meeting.

Eligible candidates must live north of Main Street within the city limits of Sabetha.

Following an executive session, Evans says the Board approved a negotiated agreement with the Prairie Hills Education Association for 2020-21. The agreement calls for a 2.7 percent package increase.

Evans said the Board also approved a 2.6 package increase for the district's administrator's for 2020-21.

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