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New Carpentry Teacher Announced For Wadsworth High

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Michael Horvat is set to head the Four Cities Compact Carpentry Program hosted at Wadsworth High School. He will start with students tomorrow, November 29. Photo by Haley Reedy.

Earlier this evening, Wadsworth Superintendent Andrew Hill sent out an email to the students in the Four Cities Compact Carpentry Program announcing that Michael Horvat will now be filling the position left open by Chris Kallai Jr., who resigned last week.

“In addition to being a graduate of the Four Cities Compact Carpentry Program, Mr. Horvat has over twenty-five (25) years of experience in the field of carpentry and construction,” Hill said in his email. “He has previously worked as a foreman/superintendent for Williams Concrete Construction Company and Keihl Building Services. In addition, he has been self-employed as a carpenter.”

Horvat has accepted the position although the Wadsworth Board of Education has yet to vote on his hiring. Board policies allow Hill to recommend an employee to them with a retroactive start date. The Board Meeting that will host the vote for Horvat is set for December 11.

“Having completed all of his pre-employment requirements, Mr. Horvat will start with our students tomorrow (11/29),” Hill said.

This is an ongoing story following the vacancy announcement last week: https://wadsworthbruin.com/14937/news/wadsworth-carpentry-teacher-resigns-effective-immediately/

 

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