Monday night’s Monroeville school board meeting could get interesting.
On the agenda are many of the supplemental contracts for the school year.
It was reported Friday the supplemental contracts for the boys’ basketball program likely will be pulled from the main agenda and voted on separately.
The boys’ basketball program is led by head coach Zac Reer, who just completed his 10th season at the helm.
Ty Reer, Zac’s brother, is the boys’ junior varsity basketball coach.
In April 2011, more than 100 people gathered at a school board meeting when a group of concerned parents had called for Reer’s removal as head coach.
The school board listened to the parents’ concerns at that time, but ultimately renewed Reer’s contract.
On Friday, the current school board members remained tight-lipped about Monday’s meeting.
“I’m not at liberty to make any statement,” school board member Sandy Lonz said when asked how she might vote on Reer’s contract Monday.
“Any comments have to go through Nancy Brown, our board president,” Lonz said.
“I’d rather not comment,” board member Brian Watt said Friday.
Watt edged former board member Steve Reer for a seat on the school board in the November election.
Brown confirmed Friday the boys’ basketball supplementals will be voted on separately.
“I’m not going to make a comment at this point,” Brown added. “The board will address the situation Monday and go from there.”
Brown said if a large number of people attend the 7 p.m. Monday meeting, it can be moved to the school cafeteria.