AVON — Avon Schools’ new treasurer will continue in the short term to work with Cloverleaf Schools, but Superintendent Michael Laub said there is not a cooperative agreement such as the one Cloverleaf had with Medina Schools.
Treasurer Jim Hudson, who worked at both Cloverleaf and Medina, was hired by Avon Schools in November, and he began working full time for the district on Monday, Laub said.
Hudson will continue to offer some services to Cloverleaf until January while the district searches for a new treasurer.
“Basically, he doesn’t want to leave Cloverleaf high and dry,” Laub said.
The Medina school board appointed Assistant Treasurer Jacqui Pursley as short-term treasurer at its regular board meeting Monday.
The board also moved to dissolve the treasurer agreement between Medina and Cloverleaf that had them sharing the cost of Hudson’s position for both districts.