Last updated: June 11. 2014 2:30PM - 1014 Views
By Melanie Yingst



Provided PhotoPictured with Troy City Schools Board of Education President Stephen Lucas, center, are Troy City Schools two new principals in the district. Pictured left, Paul Hohlbein was named principal at Forest Elementary School. Pictured right, Matthew Dillon was named as Kyle Elementary School principal. Both were approved and accepted a two-year contract effective Aug. 1 with Troy City Schools on Monday.
Provided PhotoPictured with Troy City Schools Board of Education President Stephen Lucas, center, are Troy City Schools two new principals in the district. Pictured left, Paul Hohlbein was named principal at Forest Elementary School. Pictured right, Matthew Dillon was named as Kyle Elementary School principal. Both were approved and accepted a two-year contract effective Aug. 1 with Troy City Schools on Monday.
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TROY - Two new Troy City Schools principals were named at Monday’s board of education meeting.


Matthew Dillon was named as Kyle Elementary School principal with a two-year contract effective Aug. 1. Dillon replaces Katy Weaver who was hired as an assistant principal at Troy High School. Dillon previously was employed at Graham Local Schools.


Paul Hohlbein was named principal at Forest Elementary School with a two-year contract effective as Aug. 1. Hohlbein takes the place of Alan Zunke who retired from Troy City Schools after 35 years. Hohlbein previously was employed at West Liberty Salem Schools.


The board approved a three-year contract for Troy City Schools support staff. The contract includes a two-percent increase on the base for each year. The contract also includes a step increase each year. The contract also includes an increase in employee contributions to health insurance including deductibles and co-pays. The contract also added a HSA insurance option in the second year of the contract.


The board also approved to accept a bid to replace windows at Concord Elementary School. The board accepted a bid from JMD Architectural Products Inc. for $39,909. The funding for the project will be from the Permanent Improvement Fund.


The board accepted a revised 2014-2015 Student Fee Schedule for the district.


The board also recognized Jumpy’s, Panera Bread and Picture This to be named on the 2014 OSBA Business Honor Roll. The honor roll recognizes community businesses for their ongoing support of the community’s public schools.


The board adjourned in to executive session “for the purpose of preparing for, conducting or reviewing negotiations or bargaining sessions with employees.” No action was made after the session was held.


Melanie Yingst can be reached at (937) 440-5254, email at myingst@civitasmedia.com or follow her on Twitter @Troydailynews.

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