Liberty Union to install more security cameras
BALTIMORE - Liberty Union-Thurston School Board members held a quick 13-minute special meeting Monday.
A $42,856 contract with Centratech Service, Inc. of Newark was approved to wire the elementary school for security cameras and to add additional security cameras at the middle school. Heiberger Paving, Inc. was awarded a $29,261 contract to complete paving work along the south side of the football stadium to provide additional parking along Kumler Street.
Parents, who commented at the regular board meeting on June 10, should be happy with the board’s decision to hire Jeff Raymond as head girls soccer coach. Two parents said they had held out their select soccer players last season due to concerns about the quality of coaching. Both urged board members to hire Raymond. Nathan Murphy will be the varsity boys soccer coach.
Board members also accepted Cathy Poston’s resignation as a high school language arts teacher and employed Lindsay Lewis as middle school intervention specialist.
The board’s next regular meeting is set for 7 p.m. on Monday, July 8, at the district’s Land Lab just east of the district administrative office.