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Henryetta school superintendent Dwayne Noble will be retiring at the end of the current school year.
Noble announced his plans through a retirement letter to the school board Monday night. He has been in Henryetta since 2014.
Other personnel action taken by the board at the September meeting included a retirement letter from Glenda Ashley and resignation of Christy Johnson.
At the end of a nearly 45-minute long executive session, the board hired Kevin Hargis as lay football coach.
Noble presented board members with a proposal to convert the school buses to natural gas. He said a number of schools are either already converted or I planning it make the change. More information will be presented on the plans in coming meetings.
The board adopted the estimate of needs for the school district. Noble said accountants say the school will be spending $10,838,500, a decline of about $1 million from last year. “This is an estimate, he said. It could be more or could be less.”
Also dealing with funding, Noble said the ESSR funds form the federal government is gone now. “We received the money three years ago and have used it over the three years for repairs, internet, and other things” He went on to point out that some schools went through the money that first year.
Board members adopted the formal guidelines for spectators at sporting events.
Noble said the policy is “not outrageous. The main thing is going in and out from sports venues.”
Part of the problem is enforcing the policy and discussion included having tables set up to funnel crowds to a single file line and having security personnel present. He said there have been issues with people taking tickets and being ignored or receiving verbal abuse.

That complete policy can be read HERE.