The Pine-Richland School Board hired an athletic director for the district and assistant principal for in unanimous votes Monday night.
Joshua Shoop was hired as the full-time athletic director at an annual salary of $85,000 and Michael Silbaugh as a full-time assistant principal for a salary of $71,537 annually.
Start dates have not been established yet.
Neither was at Monday night's meeting.
"We're very happy about the new hires," School Board President Stephen Hawbaker said. "They couldn't be with us tonight."
Prior to coming to the South Butler County School District, he was manager of Meadowlane Golf Course in Indiana and head boys varsity basketball coach at Homer Center High School, the website states.
Shoop holds a Bachelor of Physical Education and Sports Management degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
He will replace Clair Altemus, who is retiring.
Silbaugh is listed on Norwin School District's website as a chemistry teacher at Norwin High School.
He has a bachelor's degree in chemistry education from California University of Pennsylvania; a master's degree in curriculum and instruction from Saint Vincent College; principal certification from Indiana University of Pennsylvania; and a superintendent letter of eligibility from Gannon University, according to the district's website.
He is enrolled in the doctorate program for organizational learning and leadership at Gannon University, the website states.
Norwin School Board members recently appointed Silbaugh as interim assistant intermediate principal, according to TribLive.
Silbaugh replaces Matthew Delp, who resigned to take a job as assistant principal at North Allegheny's intermediate high school.