In a brief meeting on Thursday, the Coffee County Board of Education approved six personnel actions and two items related to summer.

Regarding personnel, the board approved the resignations of Vohn Enloe, principal of Zion Chapel School, effective June 30; Elizabeth Giddens Dunbar, English language arts teacher at New Brockton High School; and Justin Bradley, bus driver at Zion Chapel School.

Board members also approved the employment of Andrew Booker, special education teacher at New Brockton High School, and Tiffany Massey, instructional aide for Pre-K at New Brockton Elementary School.

Amanda Dobbs was also given approval to transfer from her position as special education aide at Zion Chapel School to the position of bookkeeper at Zion Chapel School.

In other business, CCBOE approved an agreement to conduct summer classes at schools in the system and employ summer workers.

“Each and every summer, Coffee County Schools has employed some workers that may work no more than 30 hours per week,” said CCBOE Superintendent Kevin Killingsworth. “They do various things around the schools in order to help get schools ready for the next school year.”

Killingsworth also thanked all employees throughout the system for their work in making this “a successful school year.” He called his first year as superintendent a “learning process for sure” and thanked those who gave him input.

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