New board members named to Mammoth-San Manuel Governing Board

John Ryan, Mammoth-San Manuel School Superintendent, center, welcomes recertified Board member Lynn Zeiler and new board member Frances Wickham.
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San Manuel Miner

At the Mammoth-San Manuel School District Board meeting, a raise was approved for school district employees. The 2014-2015 Certified Salary Schedule reflected a 1 percent increase. Support staff also received a 1 percent increase in their salary schedule. A $500 stipend for certified teachers, librarian, speech and counselors was approved for those that sign a contract during the 15 day window and return to work by Aug. 5, 2014.

New school board member appointee Frances Wickham from Mammoth was introduced and welcomed by Superintendent John Ryan and the board. Lynn Zeiler was also recertified as a board member.

A donation of $800 from BHP Billiton to San Manuel High School Wrestling was approved. The donation of $1,000 from Trail Riders of Southern Arizona to Mammoth-San Manuel Community Schools was also approved.

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