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The Oregon school board on Thursday approved the resignation of Superintendent Dr. Michael Zalar, who is leaving to take the position of superintendent of the North Olmsted City Schools District in North Olmsted Ohio.
Zalar became superintendent of the Oregon City Schools District in 2008. Previously, he was principal of Clay High School for five years.
The North Olmsted school board on Wednesday approved a three year contract with Zalar, effective Aug. 1. He will receive an annual salary of $132,500 in his new job. In Oregon, his annual salary was $119,000.
School board member Jeff Ziviski said after the meeting that the board will hold a community forum at the Clay High School library at 7 p.m. on June 3 to discuss filling the superintendent position.
“We want to get the public’s input, before we start looking at resumes and interviewing candidates, on what qualities they want to see in a new superintendent,” said Ziviski.
Community Health Services is ready to unveil its newest facility to the public.
The Fremont-based health care system will hold an open house June 1 from 1-4 p.m. at its location at 5734 Fremont Pike in Stony Ridge.
Joe Liszak, chief executive officer of Community Health Services, said the Stony Ridge facility will be the ninth office CHS is operating in Henry, Seneca, Huron, Sandusky, and Wood counties.
Walbridge Village Council has filled a vacant seat.
Council members voted during a special meeting Tuesday morning to appoint Lauren LaRoe to the seat vacated by Nathan Eikost, who resigned last month. Mayor Ed Kolanko then issued the oath of office to LaRoe, who was one of three persons interviewed by council’s personnel and human resources committee on May 17.
The City of Oregon has established a wellness program to promote a healthier workforce through the implementation of health and fitness programs for city employees.
Council recently voted in favor of the program.
Woodmore to break ground for new building
The new building, which will house pre-kindergarten through the eighth grade, will be constructed next to the present elementary building at 708 W. Main Street, Woodville.
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