Carmel Clay School Board recap

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Keith Fiedler was recognized by the school board for his 40 years of service teaching and coach- ing at Carmel High School. Fiedler was associated with 300 football wins, five state titles and has been inducted into the Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Fieldlersaid, “I have always enjoyed teaching and still really enjoy the classroom. For me, it’s never boring.”

Keith Fiedler was recognized by the school board for his 40 years of service teaching and coach- ing at Carmel High School. Fiedler was associated with 300 football wins, five state titles and has been inducted into the Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Fieldlersaid, “I have always enjoyed teaching and still really enjoy the classroom. For me, it’s never boring.”

Compiled by Amanda Foust

What happened: Savings were approved for the Fitness Center addition to Carmel High School.

What it means: The Fitness Center’s east canopy roof will be installed with a non-specified vapor barrier. Contractor Insley Systems refunded the district $11,000 from its construction allowance.

What’s next: No further action needed.

What happened: The school board approved new materials for the 2014-2020 school years

What it means: Committees recommended new materials to adopt for the following: Elementary Literacy, Secondary Literacy, Family and Consumer Science, Business Education, International Baccalaureate courses and an advanced Chemistry course.

What’s next: No further action needed.

Other News:

A $5,000 grant from Kroger was given to Prairie Trace Elementary School for the development of a school walking track. $500 was given to Clay Middle School from USA Funds – $250 was a general donation while the other $250 was toward the Music Department. $125 from Patrons of Creekside Middle School was donated to the Performing Arts Department. $500 was donated from Gibson Teldata in support of an eLearning conference.

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