Chillicothe School Board in Executive Session...Again

Another long executive session followed a Chillicothe school board meeting Monday evening. 

The superintendent and board of education of Chillicothe City Schools met behind closed doors for more than an hour and a half. 

Board president Steve Mullins couldn't be specific, but allowed that the conversation was with legal counsel again - to give "general updates for everyone for personnel matters." 

As for the pre-trial hearing scheduled Thursday for the indictment of former principal Jeff Fisher on sexual battery charges, Mullins could say even less.  He said that was in the hands of the Ross County prosecutor. 

Mullins said the next planned board meetings will be the organizational one January 4th, and probably a special meeting January 8th. 

The board also saw a demonstration of a miniature trebuchet (like a catapult) made by STEM students, and said farewell to board member Tamra Lowe, and Student Liaison Barry Warfield. 

Kevin Coleman regularly reports on Chillicothe & Circleville councils and local culture

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