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Grand Coulee Dam School District Superintendent Dennis Carlson Monday night outlined changes in the use of some spaces at the gym site on the Lake Roosevelt High School campus.

Carlson told the board that the plan is to remove a wall in the old art room and then use the space s a weight room.

That would turn the existing weight room into a space for Lee Largent and his special math classes.

Work would include some interior door work for security reasons.

Carlson said the low bid on the remodeling work was for $9,064.

In other business, the school board made decisions on a resignation, on new hires and on two changes of assignments.

The board accepted the resignation of Junior High/Senior High Principal Brandon Byers (see story on front page).

New hires include two assistant Lake Roosevelt High School football coaches, Jess Cavender, and Brad Oliver.

A number of 21st Century assignments were made and include Stephanie Baldwin, summer leader (elementary); Cristel Pitner, summer leader (elementary); Heather Raines, assistant leader (elementary); Hanna Doughty and Susan Duclos, both summer leaders for junior high girls; Matthe Mauss and Taylor Haven, both summer leaders for junior high boys; and Marcy Doughty and Janet Black, both summer cooks.

Joe Tynan was hired as eighth-grade football coach and Tex Prewit, junior/senior high counselor.

Changes in assignments include teacher Jaci Gross moving from fifth grade teacher to fourth grade teacher and Nate Piturachsatit from Lake Roosevelt elementary physical education to assistant principal in the elementary school wing.


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