Positive review for superintendent Snyder by school boardMar 6, 2012 By Carolyn B. Tyler, Staff Writer
School District 25 first-year superintendent Terry Snyder received high praise from Riverton school board chairman Carl Manning at the conclusion of the board's annual superintendent's evaluation.
All members of the district's administrative team were offered new contracts for the 2012-13 school year at the board meeting Feb. 28.
Snyder is in the first year of his initial two-year contract with Fremont County School District 25.
Following an hour-long executive session, Manning said the board had reviewed all aspects of Snyder's first year on the job and "we are very, very pleased. We are very pleased with (what Mr. Snyder is) doing."
When the board offered new administrative contracts, Snyder said, "I truly believe you have outstanding building administrators. They also help me. I highly recommend renewal of their contracts."
Offered new contracts were Kim McKinnon, assistant superintendent; Michael Collins, business manager; Dallas Myers, special services and alternative school director; JoAnne Flanagan, high school principal; John Griffith, assistant high school principal; Cheryl Mowry, middle school principal; Curt Collins, assistant middle school principal Mary Jo Chouinard, Rendezvous elementary principal; Alleta Baltes, Ashgrove elementary principal; Owen Lampert, Jackson elementary principal; Andrea Verosky, Aspen Park elementary principal; Keith Bauder, activities director; Myron Peabody, technology director; Barry Capellen, transportation supervisor; Larry Hartwell, supervisor of buildings and grounds; Diana Cooper, supervisor of the Aquatic Center; Candace McCue, executive assistant, and Karen Wardner, personnel manager.