Friday, June 23, 2000

Monroe schools line up treasurer




By Sue Kiesewetter
Enquirer Contributor

        MONROE — Nancy Weisberg is poised to become Monroe Local Schools' first treasurer next month.

        Ms. Weisberg, 32, is expected to be hired at a special board of education meeting set for 7 p.m. Monday in Monroe council chambers.

        Ms. Weisberg, a payroll supervisor for Fairfield schools, said she is looking forward to the job. She will likely start July 10 and earn $55,000 annually.

        Ms. Weisberg said she likes the small size of the district and the work of the executive committee to form its own district. She was one of six applicants.

        “The support they (Monroe residents) are showing for the schools is wonderful,” said Ms. Weisberg, a 1986 graduate of Hamilton High School. “I am going to miss the people here, but I'm looking forward to the opportunity to start from nothing and build something wonderful with the community.”

        Ms. Weisberg, of Fairfield, has been payroll supervisor in Fairfield for two years. She served as the district's interim treasurer for three months last year after treasurer James Rowan left. Previously, Ms. Weisberg worked in the Talawanda and Ross schools.

        She holds an associate in accounting from Daytona Beach (Fla.) Community College and a bachelor's in business administration from Wilmington College.

       



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