Published On: Thu, Dec 1st, 2016

Board hires replacements after accepting resignations

LAUREL —  School Board members placed their approval on two resignations, hired two new staff members, purchased a school car and looked at estimates for fixing the back parking lot during the Nov. 14 Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School board meeting.

Business Manager Deb Stapelman, who has been at the school for 23 years, has resigned and will be leaving at the end of the semester.

Megan Greiner, Randolph, will take over the duties as Business Manager. Greiner is a 2006 Laurel-Concord High School graduate.

Carol James, who has been the superintendent’s secretary, has also resigned. James has put in 32 years at the school.

Lois Urwiler has now taken on the duties as the superintendent’s secretary.

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