DELPHOS — Franklin Elementary will receive a new gym floor. The Delphos City Schools Board of Education approved a contract with Commercial Flooring of Toledo for $31,828 for the new floor. More than $11,000 in donations have been received toward the floor, including $1,000 from Bunge and $5,000 each from D&D Ingredients and Edward Jones Investments.

Non-certificated personnel within the district will receive a 1-percent raise in line with negotiated agreement between certificated personnel. Non-certificated personnel include cooks, bus drivers, custodians, secretaries and aides.

Doug Westrick has completed his first week as the district’s new superintendent.

“I’m planning organizational meetings with department heads and looking at ways to save the district money,” Westrick said. Monday.

“I am looking forward to working with Mr. Westrick and sharing and working toward his goals,” Treasurer Brad Rostorfer told the board.

Amanda Smith will be the new high school Spanish teacher and Kay Wilhelm was granted supplemental contracts for prom advisor and freshman class advisor; Karla Kohler received a supplemental for assistant high school volleyball coach; and Trevor Dudgeon received a supplemental for volunteer high school football coach.

Becky Von Lehmden has accepted an afternoon bus route in addition to driving students to the Allen County Educational Service Center and Josiah Stober has been moved to the MA Step 10 salary step as he has completed additional education requirements.

The board also approved the following resignations: Darren Edinger, assistant wrestling coach; Chad Laman, eighth grade girls basketball coach; and Shelby Walters, high school science teacher.

“Paws”itives include a “shout out” to district maintenance workers and the great job they do keeping the buildings looking well kept; and the board noted Brian Fruchey has started his new position as middle school principal.

In other business, the board:• Designated Treasurer Rostorfor receive public records training on their behalf as elected officials; and• Directed Rostorfer to seek bread bids for the 2019-20 school year.The next meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Aug. 12.