Archive - Feb 1, 2013 - News Article
Surveying what remained in his office, Wapakoneta High School Principal Aaron Rex prepared for his last day today.
Some of the Wapakoneta items he had collected through his 16 years at the school he planned to leave with others, but some he would take with him when he left.
“Over the years I have accumulated a lot of Redskins stuff,” Rex said.
Jerseys, certain clothing items, a football helmet and a Redskins clay pot made by the art teacher all will find their way to Rex’s home in Archbold.
CRIDERSVILLE — The village of Cridersville has a new president taking over the helm of village council meetings this year.
Councilor Tony Zuppardo was nominated president for 2013 for the Cridersville Village Council, and councilors approved the appointment Thursday during a special council meeting.
Eric West served as the former council president.
By KAREN KANTNER
Assistant Managing Editor
An assistant principal has been named to join the Wapakoneta High School staff for the remainder of the school year.
Wapakoneta City Schools Superintendent Keith Horner announced this week Will Snyder, a Wapakoneta Middle School math and science teacher with the district since 2007, is to serve in the position alongside new principal Scott Minnig, who Horner appointed upon Rex’s resignation.
Wapakoneta City Schools is delayed two hours today, Friday, Feb. 1 due to the cold temperatures.