Two members of the Madison Central School Board took their oaths of office to start their next three-year terms on the board during the school board’s annual meeting on Monday. Lori Schultz and Steve Nelson were sworn in for another term on the board.
The school board re-elected Tom Farrell to serve as school board president for another year, along with Schultz as vice-president.
The Madison Central School Board also approved several personnel items during its annual meeting. The board approved the hiring of Diane Friesz and Nicole Frank as Middle School Paraprofessionals, along with Kendra Paulson as an Elementary School Paraprofessional and Tara Grayson as a High School Paraprofessional. The board also approved the hiring of Noah Salmen as an Elementary Integrationist for the first semester, which is a certified position, at a rate of 22-thousand dollars.