Dunkirk School Board member stepping down
Adam Reisenweber is moving on.
The Dunkirk School Board member will be leaving at the end of the school year in June, as his family is moving into a different school district.
“It’s not personal, we’re just not going to be in the district anymore,” Reisenweber stated to the OBSERVER following the regular Board of Education meeting Thursday. “It was just easy for everyone that way. We bought the house recently, but we didn’t want to move the kids out until the end of the year.”
Reisenweber, who’s served on the school board for five years with one year left, went on to say that he’s sad having to leave.
“I’ve enjoyed my time. We’ve done a lot of things and I’m going to miss it.”
At this time, Reisenweber’s not sure if he’ll serve on another board in the future as he says he’s quite busy as an active member of the West Town of Dunkirk Fire Department.
“I was elected assistant chief and president this year, so we’re busy there. We are also active in Girl Scouts. And with two kids and moving to a place with six acres, there’s a lot of work to do.”
In other news, passed resolutions included Nicholas Price being appointed to the position of school psychologist in the special subject tenure area of school psychology at $45,975 pro rata. Taylor Chwalinski was appointed to the position of the temporary, long- term substitute, elementary AIS teacher position, effective at $45,975 pro rata, William Smock, was appointed to the positions of .5 FTE Assistant Principal and .5 FTE Pre-K Director at $87,376.96 pro rata and Corinna Kester, was appointed to the position of Director of Special Programs & Strategic Planning at $75,000 pro rata.