The Barnesville Exempted Village Board of Education approved the fiscal year 2020 temporary appropriations at its meeting June 20.

Meanwhile, the board approved the resignation of Mark Cook as the director of Athletics and Food Service, effective July 31.

The resignation of bus driver John McCort, effective June 4, was also approved. 

In other business, the board approved:

* The Jefferson Health Plan Agreement, as well as the renewal rates.

* The service agreement between Ohio Hills Health Services and the school district.

* Substitutes for the 2019-2020 school year — David Groves and Katie Hoover.

* Volunteers for the 2019-2020 school year — Jeremie Detling, volunteer assistant football coach; and Rebekah Detling, volunteer assistant volleyball coach.

* The 260 day groundskeeper/floater position to George Hoover, effective July 1.

* The resignation of Kelsey Winland as kindergarten teacher.

* Classified contracts, effective July 1, for — Staci Graham, Michelle McLaughlin, Kelly Leasure, Jamey Anderson, Deron Shilling and David Groves.

* Tawnya Yager as an extended school year special education instructor at a rate of $25 per hour. 

* Katie Hoover as a 5,75 bus driver position, beginning the 2019-2020 school year.

* One year supplemental contracts for — Kimberly Jarrett, head volleyball coach; Karie Hunkler, assistant volleyball coach; and Shayla Markovich, assistant girls’ basketball coach. 

* The following two seniors for graduation — Bryce Farrabee and Jaylee Blake.

* The GenYes Summer Camp field trip to Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center on Aug. 4-6.

* A one-year classified probationary contract, effective July 1, for Leah Stephen. 

* A donation of $150 from the Barnesville Kiwanis Club to Key Club. 

The board also appointed Amista Wilson to the Barnesville Hutton Memorial Library Board of Trustees for a term expiring Dec. 31, 2021.