The board then heard administrator’s reports. Fatka said she had met with the preschool teachers to get ready to take over the preschool administrative duties in the upcoming school year. Schofield reported that there is an open sixth grade teaching position, but she believed it would be filled quickly. Karpen reported that the district was approved for six AmeriCorps positions for the next school year, two at Lakeview, two at the junior high and two at the high school. Each position requires a $6,500 match from the district. Raum reported that he was in the process of filling the open math position at the high school and had started to conduct interviews. Buildings and Grounds/Transportation Director Mike Zintz updated the board on the search for a new Suburban. Zintz informed the board they could purchase a new vehicle valued at around $48,000 for about $33,000 at government price. Superintendent Tony Ryan also updated the board on the sale of the Cincinnati and Mystic Elementary buildings. According to Ryan the sale is still in progress. Zintz said the contents of the buildings as well as some things from Central and the high school will be sold at auction. The board then approved financial reports before adjourning.