ST. JOHNSVILLE — The Oppenheim-Ephratah St. Johnsville Board of Education took action on several personnel changes during a meeting Thursday, including the salary for a new principal.

The board approved Adam Heroth, who was appointed to the position of OESJ Junior-Senior High School principal in January, will earn a salary of $87,000.

That will become effective July 1, when he begins his new position.

David Slater currently serves as principal and Heroth is currently the assistant principal and athletic director.

Also during the meeting, the school board accepted the resignation of one of its members. Randall Snell, who was first elected to the board in May 2017 for a three-year term, resigned from his position on the board effective Feb. 14. The resignation was accepted unanimously "with regret" by the board.

It was unclear how the board will proceed forward with the vacancy.

The next school board election will be held May 15.

Snell is the second school board member to resign this year, with Linda Hart also resigning from her position on the board effective Jan. 29.

The board appointed Jodi Haddad as district treasurer for training purposes during the meeting, effective from April 9 to Aug. 30. Her appointment will be at a prorated salary of $70,000.

Travis Warner was appointed as the educational technology support specialist for the elementary and junior-senior high school buildings effective March 7 with a prorated salary of $32,000.

The resignation of Karen Jones, teaching assistant, was also accepted by the school board due to retirement effective July 1. Michael Sheridan was appointed as a long-term teaching assistant effective Feb. 26 at a rate of $90.11 per day.

Gerald Young was appointed as the modified softball coach at a stipend of $2,409. Tyler Bellen and Jarrod Walrath were appointed as co-coaches for the modified baseball team with a stipend of $1,204.50 each.

In other business, the board approved an agreement with Catholic Charities of Fulton and Montgomery Counties. Through the agreement, OESJ will pay Catholic Charities $12,500 for educational and counseling services.

The board also approved the senior trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, from April 26 to 29.