CM Elementary principal leaving


By Gary Huffenberger - [email protected]



Clinton-Massie student Hayley Curtsinger, right, receives a Consistently Making A Difference (CMAD) certificate. She was commended for actions relative to another young person. Representing the school board next to her is board member Chris Harrison.


Multi-handicaps aide Mariam Elam, right, receives a CMAD certificate. Board member Chris Harrison stands with her.


High school anatomy and zoology teacher Norm Stulz wins a CMAD award.


Art teacher Kristin Walker with her CMAD award.


Multi-handicaps teacher Christel Wissman is presented a CMAD certificate.


Special needs aide Terri Binau is honored.


ADAMS TOWNSHIP — After two years as Clinton-Massie Elementary School principal, Katie Klei has announced she will be leaving.

Klei’s letter announcing her intention to resign the elementary principal position did not include information as to her next career move.

In another move relating to school building administrators, Clinton-Massie High School social studies teacher Aaron Seewer will resign from that classroom job to become assistant principal for the district’s high school and middle school.

Jim Moore is the high school assistant principal this year. After he announced his resignation, the position was changed to assistant principal for both the high and middle schools.

For central office staffing, the Clinton-Massie Local Schools Board of Education has approved a two-year administrative contract for Robyn Donisi as assistant superintendent for curriculum and instructional services.

A job as a student services director was recently posted but has not been filled, according to school officials.

In other personnel items covered in Monday’s school board meeting, eighth-grade language arts teacher Jennifer Spaeth-Mullis will be leaving, as will aide Danielle Eades.

The board approved hiring Samantha Webb as elementary art teacher, and Brittany Smith as an educational aide.

In addition, Jodi Dillow and Laura D’Arcy were approved as 2016 elementary summer school teachers.

The school board presented Consistently Making A Difference (CMAD) certificates to seven people: student Nikki Settlemyre, high school art teacher Kristin Walker, high school anatomy and zoology teacher Norm Stulz, middle and high schools multi-handicaps teacher Christel Wissman, student Hayley Curtsinger, middle and high school multi-handicaps aide Mariam Elam, and special needs aide Terri Binau.

The board honored district retirees Christina Stewart, Donald Jackson and Virginia Jackson.

Clinton-Massie’s state-qualifying academic team was recognized during the meeting. The team is comprised of Noah Adams, Alex Hudson, Cole Isaacs, Dawson Mullis, Nikki Settlemyre, Wyatt Shelton and Evan Wright.

Receiving public recognition as well were Clinton-Massie’s state-qualifying chamber singers. The singers are Noah Brausch, Gwen Broderick, Chelsea Deel, Eric Duffy, Lauren Ellis, Andrew Garrett, Gabe Georgeff, Mallory Hagerman, Halie Harner, Kendall Herrin, Dylan Klingensmith, Gabe Leavitt, Jake Miller, Shelby Miller, Colton New, Maddie Peters, Emma Purkey, James Riehle, Katie Starnes and Callie VanPelt.

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Clinton-Massie student Hayley Curtsinger, right, receives a Consistently Making A Difference (CMAD) certificate. She was commended for actions relative to another young person. Representing the school board next to her is board member Chris Harrison.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Curtsinger_p_f.jpgClinton-Massie student Hayley Curtsinger, right, receives a Consistently Making A Difference (CMAD) certificate. She was commended for actions relative to another young person. Representing the school board next to her is board member Chris Harrison.

Multi-handicaps aide Mariam Elam, right, receives a CMAD certificate. Board member Chris Harrison stands with her.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Elam_p_f.jpgMulti-handicaps aide Mariam Elam, right, receives a CMAD certificate. Board member Chris Harrison stands with her.

High school anatomy and zoology teacher Norm Stulz wins a CMAD award.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Stulz_p_f.jpgHigh school anatomy and zoology teacher Norm Stulz wins a CMAD award.

Art teacher Kristin Walker with her CMAD award.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_K_Walker_p_f.jpgArt teacher Kristin Walker with her CMAD award.

Multi-handicaps teacher Christel Wissman is presented a CMAD certificate.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Wissman_p_f.jpgMulti-handicaps teacher Christel Wissman is presented a CMAD certificate.

Special needs aide Terri Binau is honored.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Binau_p_f.jpgSpecial needs aide Terri Binau is honored.

By Gary Huffenberger

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