At a very brief – less than five minutes – virtual special meeting, Vassalboro School Board members approved an amendment to the interlocal agreement among the former members of Alternative Organizational Structure (AOS) #92.
The effect of the change is to make Paula Pooler, former AOS finance officer, the financial director for the Vassalboro school system.
Amanda Dunn, who had been Vassalboro’s finance director, will take the same position for Winslow. Vassalboro Superintendent Alan Pfeiffer said Winslow Superintendent Peter Thiboutot was presenting a parallel motion to the Winslow School Board.
The change is probably the first of several, as Vassalboro, Waterville and Winslow school officials review the three-year interlocal agreement that succeeded the AOS, dissolved by voters in the spring of 2018.
The goal, Pfeiffer says, is to determine which sharing arrangements work well and to revise those that should be improved.
The next regular Vassalboro School Board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday evening, Aug. 18.
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