School board approves personnel changes

The Brown County Schools Board of Trustees approved the following May 5 and 19:

  • Appointing Sprunica Elementary School kindergarten teacher Alyson Hanus, full time with benefits, $38,156, beginning Aug. 8. She is a replacement for Jaida Goldberg.
  • Transferring Goldberg to Sprunica third-grade homeroom teacher and second-grade writing teacher, effective 2016-2017 school year. She is a replacement for Sarah Roberts.
  • Transferring Roberts to Sprunica kindergarten teacher, effective next school year. She is a  replacement for Katie Mills.
  • Appointing Brown County Intermediate School sixth-grade art teacher Anne Brahaum, part time with no benefits, 2.25 hours per day, $14,308.50 per year, effective Aug. 8. She is a replacement for Chris Townsend, who is no longer being shared with the high school.
  • Brown County Junior High mathematics teacher Payton Goett, full-time with benefits, $35,500 per year, effective Aug. 8, as a replacement for Thom Miller.
  • Transferring Miller to high school math teacher, effective next school year. He is a replacement for Jacob Koressel. Board member Steve Miller Jr. abstained from voting.
  • Appointing Helmsburg Elementary School kindergarten teacher Carolyn Moore, full-time with benefits, $43,575, beginning Aug. 8. She is a replacement for Olivia Hobbs.
  • Separating HES paraprofessional Cortney Hitchcock, effective at the end of the school year. This was not a termination.
  • Separating Brown County High School varsity Head Baseball Coach Kyle Heminger, effective at the end of the 2015-2016 season. This was not a termination.
  • Separating BCHS varsity boys assistant soccer coach Dustin Robinson, effective immediately. This was not a termination.
  • Separating HES Head Custodian Melissa Mars, effective immediately. This was a termination.
  • Separating Transportation Director Jeff Deckard effective June 3. This was not a termination.
  • Separating BCIS fifth-grade girls basketball coach Eric Fohl, effective immediately. This was not a termination.
  • Separating BCIS sixth-grade boys basketball coach Josh Aspenson, effective immediately. This was not a termination.
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Sara Clifford has been raising a family in Brown County since 2005 and leading the Brown County Democrat since late 2009. In addition to editor, she is the beat reporter for town government and writes columns, features and general news stories.