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Posted by Randy on 2013/7/24 5:38:30 (406 reads) News by the same author

Trustees of North Central Missouri College last evening hired three full time employees, three part-time instructors, and approved transfer of an existing employee.

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The new employees are Cindy Peterie of Chula as admission representative; Shayna Hyre of Gilman City as student services assistant; and Colby Searcy of Trenton as a maintenance worker.

Hired as part-time clinical instructors were Bridget Robinson of Cameron and Linda Siemer of Princeton for the nursing program at Trenton; and Cynthia Lance of Barnard to work for NCMC in the nursing program at Maryville.Cory Crawford of Trenton transfers to full time college advisor / testing coordinator from his recent position as MoHealthWins recruitment and advisor specialist.

Trustees scheduled the tax levy hearing for 5:15 on August 27th; approved conflict of interest disclosure procedures; adopted a change in board policy regarding how vacation time is recorded; and approved a revised organizational chart among staff members.

15 notebook computers will be purchased from Insight of Tempe, Arizona for the MoHealthWins staff and students. Grant money will pay the 11-thousand, 660 dollar cost. A student debt report was reviewed including efforts by collection agencies.

College President Neil Nuttall said North Central potentially faces four percent with-holding
in state funds amounting to 95 thousand dollars. He discussed debate being heard on the veto-session fate of house bill 253 approved by the legislature, vetoed by the Governor. He reported the dental hygiene program, in partnership with Hillyard Technical Center, has been recommended for full accreditation; and English Instructor Amy Guthrie is NCMC's winner of a national teaching award.

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