Oregon-Davis school board hires director of student services, industrial technology teacher – WKVI information center
Oregon-Davis added a director of student services. Carrie Miller was officially hired by the school board last week, on the recommendation of Superintendent Bill Bennett.
“She will help us with our Title I programs, our high capacity and enrichment programs, probably our McKinney-Vento link, and a few other hats, as well as helping [Principal B.J.] Awald as the dean of the high school students, ”Bennett explained. “She also has extensive experience in Title I and RTI. I think she will fit in really well with the school and the community.
Bennett previously said the new position would help Awald be more productive and allow him to focus more on the curriculum at both schools.
Meanwhile, Oregon-Davis Junior / Senior High School has a new industrial technology teacher. Joe Veger comes to OD after stints at Knox and Logansport. “So Joe is going to be able to bring us a lot of different programs that we haven’t offered in the past, as well as start going into our Next Level Pathways and be able to get some of those courses that we’ve all voiced for. of interest. there were a few meetings, and I think I said to the guys, “Well, you just can’t find some people to teach them.” “So I’m corrected,” Bennett said.
Veger wants to bring a chapter of SkillsUSA to Oregon-Davis. He told board members that this would give students the opportunity to participate in national competitions and win scholarships. The school board was due to finalize the hiring for the next school year at a special meeting on Tuesday.