Former Janesville School Board member now has job with school district

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Beth Wheelock
Tuesday, September 23, 2008

After resigning from the Janesville School Board in May to accept a staff development job with the school district, then deciding not to apply for the job based on controversy surrounding the move, Amy Rashkin is now employed as the safety training project evaluator with the school district.

Director of Student Services Karen Schulte also serves as the Project Director with the "Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools" (REMS) program. She and Rashkin join two others on the REMS team. Schulte says she appointed Rashkin to the position because Rashkin's area of expertise is in critical analysis. Schulte says she served with Rashkin on the district's measurement team for the Studer Group, which displayed Rashkin's analytical ability.

During the 18-month contract Rashkin will be paid $10,000 through the grant.

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