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BROOKFIELD — The Brookfield School Board on Thursday hired Austintown resident Jordan Weber as the school district’s new treasurer beginning Sept. 9.

Weber was given a three-year contract through July 2025 at $87,979 a year.

Weber, who is from Butler, Pa., served as assistant treasurer for the past three years at the Columbiana County Educational Service Center and prior to that was in sales and also a public accountant in Sharon, Pa.

He said he heard about the opening from another treasurer and applied.

At the CCESC, which oversaw the special education services, the treasurer’s department took care of 350 employees.

“I had many clients who lived in the Brookfield area, so I know the area well. I appreciate the opportunity to work in what is a great school district and help it grow. I look forward to working with the administrative team,” said Weber.

Board chair Sarah Kurpe said Weber was selected from three candidates.

“We are very happy to have him here. We have seen his experience over the past three years as Assistant Treasurer as a big star,” The shoe says.

“We understand that filling a treasurer position can be challenging for any school district. We believe that his experience and background were very important in filling this position. He was a serious candidate. »

She said the board also praised Weber’s personality and positive attitude.

Current Treasurer Julie Sloan will leave on Wednesday as the new Treasurer of Howland Schools.

Kurpe said the council appreciates Sloan’s work in the district. She has served as Treasurer since February 2020 and was previously in Newton Falls.

“We appreciate all you have done and your help over the past few months,” she said, noting that the board had been looking for a new treasurer since July.

In other matters, council heard from Superintendent Toby Gibson who reported that projects completed this summer included updates to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems control system; updating the sound system of the gymnasium, cafeteria and high school football stadium; as well as drainage works outside the school. He said that the middle school hallway floor, which is uneven in some places, will be repaired during this school year.

In other actions, the council:

• Hired Lauren Zetts as a music teacher at $40,108 a year as well as assistant band leader and elementary vocal music teacher on an additional $3,668 project;

• Hired Elizabeth Pilolli as a third-grade teacher at $35,015 per year;

• Hired David Konxzal as a suspended teacher at the school at $33,348 per year;

• Approved the high school cross country team to clean the football stadium after every game during the 2022 football season. Cost per cleaning is $100 with supervision from Athletic Director Tim Taylor.

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