MCHS Custodian Terminated By School BoardMar 17th, 2011 | By Jacob | Category: Front Page
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Madison County High School custodian Herbert J. “Pee Wee” Miller, Jr., 54, was terminated by the Madison County School Board on Tuesday evening, March 15.
The reason for Miller’s dismissal was his conviction on a Sept. 18, 2010 arrest for resisting arrest with violence.
Miller did not request a hearing with the School Board.
Miller began a three-year probation sentence on Feb. 7.
In other items discussed at the School Board meeting, Will Rutherford gave the board a report on bond status for renovations at Madison County High School.
The Board will soon let out bids for windows and doors. Since the School District does not have money for a complete renovation, they are doing what they can to make the school safer and more energy-efficient.
The School Board also approved a memorandum of understanding with the Madison County Health Department.