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Little Chute School Board extends contract with Building Service Group

Judy Dixon Hebbe

At a time of unknowns relating to extended contracts, the Little Chute School Board gave approval for Building Service Group to continue cleaning the district's facilities for another year at a cost of $450,000. 

Because of the pandemic, the district was asking for a step up of the level of basic cleaning to include wipe downs and compliance for CDC and State guidelines that may come forth. BSG was adding an additional employee, but could not project whether or not additional personnel would be needed to perform the service. Both parties agreed to meet 60 to 90 days prior to the end of the contract to discuss needs and expenses for the next two years. The one-year contract is $13,000 more than the past annual charges.

Sarah Sheleski was approved as the special education teacher at the Flex Academy. She has been a special educator in both high school and elementary, serving five years in the Green Bay School District and the past 10 years in the Appleton School District.

Board members also accepted the resignation of Vanessa Moran as Elementary principal, effective July 2. She has chosen to pursue the principal position in Clintonville where she served as assistant principal before coming to Little Chute last year.