2014-05-28 / News

CPS adds part-time administrative assistants

The Carsonville-Port Sanilac School Board authorized paying staff in both buildings stipends to perform some administrative duties in the next school year.

Superintendent Dr. Kevin Miller said the new elementary and high school deans of students will have an extra prep hour. They will act for the principal when she is in the other building and provide extra administrative presence in the building. The deans will be paid a stipend of not more than $3,500 each.

Elementary physical education teacher Michelle Campbell, who has been with the district for 10 years, will assume those duties in the elementary, while science teacher Mike Steinhoff will take on the duties in the junior/senior high school building. Steinhoff has worked for CPS for 9 years.

In other business at the May 12 meeting, the board spent more than an hour and a half discussing personnel issues, including potential reductions in the work force.

They also approved the update to the athletic policy book. Miller said the primary change is the increased emphasis on academics.

“They will have to pass all their classes to be eligible to participate,” Miller stated. Previously the district followed the state policy, which was less strict.

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