PLEASE NOTE THAT AGENDAS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE UNTIL THE TIME OF THE BOARD MEETING

 


 

OPEN MEETING

Call to Order, Salute to the Flag and Moment of Silence

 


 

ROLL CALL

 


 

OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS ACT NOTICE

The New Jersey Open Public Meetings Law was enacted to insure the right of the public to have advance notice of and to attend the meetings of public bodies at which any business affecting their interests is discussed or acted upon. In accordance with the provisions of this Act, the Brick Township Board of Education has caused notice of this meeting to be posted on the Administration Office Bulletin Board, the official District website and Channel BTV-20, and sent to the Asbury Park Press, the Brick Times, and Municipal Clerk's Office.

 


 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

1.  September 6, 2011 Board Retreat

2.  September 7, 2011 Pre-Agenda Meeting

3.  September 7, 2011 Executive Session

4.  September 15, 2011 Regular Meeting

 

 

PRESENTATIONS

  •  REPORT OF BRICK MEMORIAL AND BRICK TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES

  • STATE TESTING PRESENTATION

 


 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

  1. Curriculum & Instruction Committee

  2. Operations Committee

  3. Facilities Committee

  4. Human Resources Committee

 


 

CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

 

  1. to accept reports of Field Trips, as attached:
     SECONDARY FIELD TRIPS 10 20 11(c).pdf 


  2. to accept a report of Workshops (as required by the School District Accountability Act) as attached:
     
    WORKSHOPS (b) 10 20 11.pdf


  3. to approve placements of college students for Student Teaching, Field Experiences, Classroom Observations, Internships or Externships, as attached:
     
    COLLEGE STUDENT PLACEMENTS 10-21-11.pdf


  4. to approve a contract with Seton Hall University, College of Education and Human Services, regarding a college student Internship, as attached:
     
    SETON HALL UNIVERSITY.pdf


  5. to approve an agreement with Stroudsburg University regarding a Speech-Language Pathology student externship, as attached:
     
    STROUDSBURG UNIVERSITY.pdf


  6. to approve a revised curriculum, submitted by the Curriculum & Instruction Committee, as listed, (On file in the Office of the Assistant Superintendent): 

              Advanced Placement World History 


  7. to approve a Memorandum of Agreement for the 2012 Application to the Ocean County Board of Health, Human Services Grant - Lifeskills Training called Prevention First, as attached:
     
    PREVENTION FIRST.pdf 


  8. to approve a Partnership Agreement with Ocean County Vocational Technical School, as attached:
     
    OCEAN COUNTY VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL PARTNERSHIP.pdf


  9. to approve and adopt on Second Reading, Policy #5131.9, Student Tobacco Use, as follows:
      5131.9 STUDENT TOBACCO USE to be presented for 2nd Reading a 10 10 11.pdf



  10. to approve the Uniform State Memorandum of Agreement between Education and Law Enforcement for the 2011-2012 school year, as attached:
     
    Memorandum of Agreement - Law Enforcement.pdf

 

BOARD COMMENT: CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION


 

PUBLIC COMMENT: CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

 

 

 

OPERATIONS

  1. to approve intra-budget transfers, as attached:
     
    10 20 11 TRANSFERS FOR SEPTEMBER.pdf


  2. to approve that pursuant to 6A:23A-16.10(c)3, the School Business Administrator / Board Secretary certifies that the total encumbrances and expenditures for each line item does not exceed the line item appropriation in accordance with 6A:23A-16.10(a)


  3. to approve that pursuant to 6A:23A-16.10(c)4, the Board of Education, after review of the School Business Administrator / Board Secretary's and Treasurer of School Monies Reports  as of September 30, 2011, and upon consultation with appropriate School District Officials, certifies that no fund has been over-expended in violation of 6A:23A-16.10(b), and that sufficient funds are available to the District Board of Education's financial operations for the remainder of the school year.


  4. to accept the Board Secretary's and Treasurer of School Monies Reports as of September 30, 2011, as attached:
     
    BOARD SECRETARY'S REPORT SEPT2011.pdf
     TREASURER OF SCHOOL MONIES FOR SEPTEMBER 30, 2011.pdf


  5. to approve the payment of vouchers, as follows:
     
    PAYROLL OCT20 2011.pdf
     51 BATCH REGULAR CHECKS 10 20 11.pdf
     67 BATCH WIREPAYMENT 10 20 11.pdf
     68 BATCH WIRE PAYMENTS 10 20 11.pdf
     69 BATCH MANUAL CHECKS 10 20 11.pdf
     70 BATCH MANUAL CHECKS 10 20 11.pdf
     71 BATCH WIRE PAYMENTS 10 20 11.pdf
     72 BATCH WIRE PAYMENTS 10 20 11.pdf


  6. to approve Void Check Registers, as follows:
     
    VOID CHECK REGISTER 10 12 11 a.pdf
     VOID CHECK REGISTER 102011.pdf
     VOID CHECK REGISTER 10 20 11.pdf


  7. to approve the Use of School District Facilities Reports, as follows:
     
    CHARGEABLE USE OF FACILITIESa 10 20 11.pdf
     NON-CHARGEABLE USE OF FACILITIESa 10 20 11.pdf 


  8. to approve a Fair and Open Resolution for Providers of Deferred Compensation Services (403(b)/457)

                                                                         RESOLUTION 
                            PROVIDERS OF  DEFERRED COMPENSATION SERVICES   (403(b)/457)

                WHEREAS,
       there exists a need for providers of deferred compensation services (403(b)/457) for District employees, and

                WHEREAS,    N.J.S.A.18A:18A-2aa defines Concessions as means the granting of a license or right to act for or on behalf of the board of education, or to provide a service requiring the approval or endorsement of the board of education, and which may or may not involve a payment or exchange, or provision  of services by or to the board of education, provided that the term concession shall not include vending machines, and
     
                WHEREAS,
     N.J.S.A.18A:18A-4.1 allows for the use of competitive contracting for the awarding of Concessions, 
     
                
     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Brick Township Board of Education, as follows:

    A.         That Ameriprise, AXA Equitable, and Valic, be and are hereby appointed by the Brick Township  Board of Education to said position.

    B.         This appointment is made in accordance with the Request for Proposal dated August 23, 2011 

    C.         This appointment is made in a Fair and Open process in accordance with N.J.S.A.19A:44A-20.26.

    D.        The duration of the appointment shall be from January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2014.  

    F.         A copy of the Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within ten (10) days after its passage.       

    G.        A certified copy of this Resolution, together with a copy of the proposal, shall remain on file and be available for inspection


  9. to approve a Fair and Open Resolution for a Provider of Civil Engineering Services, as follows:

                                              RESOLUTION - PROVIDER OF CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES 


                WHEREAS,     there exists a need for Civil Engineering Services for the Laurelton School Property, and

                WHEREAS,     N.J.S.A.18A:18A-5 et seq. requires any contract in which the amount exceeds the bid threshold be awarded by the Board of Education by resolution at a public meeting; and
     
                WHEREAS,     N.J.S.A.18A:18A-5 also states that Professional Services may be negotiated and awarded without public advertising for bids and bidding therefore; and
     
                WHEREAS,    18A:18A-5.a(1) states that the Board of Education shall in each instance state supporting reasons for its action in the resolution awarding each contract and shall forthwith cause to be printed once, in an official newspaper, a brief notice stating the nature, duration, service and amount of the contract, and that the resolution and contract are on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the Board of Education; and

                WHEREAS,    6A:23A-5.2(a)4 states Professional Services contracts are to be issued in a deliberative and efficient manner such as through a Request for Proposal based on cost and other specified factors that ensures the District receives the highest quality services at a fair and competitive price,

                NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Brick Township Board of Education, as follows:

    A.         That Birdsall Services Group be and  is  hereby appointed by the Brick Township  Board of Education to said position.

    B.         This appointment is made in accordance with the Request for Proposal dated August 25, 2011 as a Professional Service under the provisions of the Local Public Contract Law because the services are to be performed by a recognized professional, licensed and regulated by law and meets the requirements of N.J.S.A.18A:18A-5.

    C.         This appointment is made in a Fair and Open process in accordance with N.J.S.A.19A:44A-20.26.

     D.         The fee for services shall be as per the negotiated proposal, as attached:
                           

    Item 1

    Outbound Property Survey

    $4,000

    Item 2

    Minor Subdivision

    $4,250

    Item 3

    Metes & Bounds Description $350 per lot for anticipated 2 lots

    $   700

                                  TOTAL FIXED FEE

    $8,950

                            
                      
    E.         The duration of the appointment shall become effective November 1, 2011 through June  30, 2012.       

    F.         A copy of the Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within ten (10) days after its passage.        

    G.        A certified copy of this Resolution, together with a copy of the proposal, shall remain on file and be available for inspection. 


  10. to approve a Fair and Open Resolution for a Provider of Psychiatrist Services as follows:

                                               RESOLUTION - PSYCHIATRIST SERVICES 

                WHEREAS,    there exists a need for Psychiatrist Services, and

                WHEREAS,    N.J.S.A.18A:18A-5 et seq. requires any contract in which the amount exceeds the bid threshold be awarded by the Board of Education by resolution at a public meeting; and
     
                WHEREAS,  N.J.S.A.18A:18A-5 also states that Professional Services may be negotiated and awarded without public advertising for bids and bidding therefore; and
     
                WHEREAS,    18A:18A-5.a(1) states that the Board of Education shall in each instance state supporting reasons for its action in the resolution awarding each contract and shall forthwith cause to be printed once, in an official newspaper, a brief notice stating the nature, duration, service and amount of the contract, and that the resolution and contract are on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the Board of Education; and

                WHEREAS,    6A:23A-5.2(a)4 states Professional Services contracts are to be issued in a deliberative and efficient manner such as through a Request for Proposal based on cost and other specified factors that ensures the District receives the highest quality services at a fair and competitive price,

                NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Brick Township Board of Education, as follows:

    A.         That Freehold Child Diagnostic Center, Inc.  be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education to said position.

    B.         This appointment is made in accordance with the Request for Proposal dated June 20, 2011 as a Professional Service under the provisions of the Local Public Contract Law because the services are to be performed by a recognized professional, licensed and regulated by law and meets the requirements of N.J.S.A.18A:18A-5.

    C.         This appointment is made in a Fair and Open process in accordance with N.J.S.A.19A:44A-20.26.

    D.        The fee for services shall be as per the negotiated proposal, as follows:
               $350 per evaluation,  Not to exceed $61,250,  175 evaluations.        

    E.         The duration of the appointment shall be from October 21, 2011 through June 30, 2012.      

    F.         A copy of the Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within ten (10) days after its passage.       

    G.        A certified copy of this Resolution, together with a copy of the proposal, shall remain on file and be available for inspection.


  11. to accept checks from Target's Take Charge of Education Program, as follows:

    SCHOOL

    AMOUNT

    Drum Point Elementary School

    $383.86

    Educational Enrichment Center

    $123.05

                                        Emma Havens Young Elementary School      

    $987.11

    Osbornville Elementary School

    $417.88

     Veterans Memorial Middle School

     $509.89

     Veterans Memorial Elementary School

     $332.39

  12. to accept a donation of $50 from Manhattan Bagel to the Veterans Memorial Middle School Café


  13. to approve the continued participation in the American Institute for History Education sponsored Grant, (this year the Andrew Jackson Grant, formerly Abigail Adams), of twelve teachers, coordinated by the Lakewood District.  The twelve teachers will be compensated $125 per day (cost to be reimbursed).

  14. to ratify contracts for Out-of-District student placements, as follows:
     
    BANCROFT.pdf
     THE OPEN DOOR.pdf
     MATES & PERFORMING ARTS A.pdf
     RED BANK REGIONAL HS.pdf
     OCEAN ACADEMY.pdf
     THE HARBOR SCHOOL.pdf
     EDUCATION ACADEMY.pdf
     COLLIER SCHOOL.pdf


  15. to ratify contacts for incoming tuition students, as follows:
     
    BERKELEY TWP.pdf
     PEMBERTON TWP.pdf


  16. to rescind the contract with Plato for Brick Township High School which was approved on August 18, 2011


  17. to approve a proposal from DRG Associates for architectural services with regard to upgrades to the Brick Township High School Science Labs/classrooms as attached:
     
    10 20 11 BTHS SCIENCE ROOMS UPGRADE.pdf


  18. to approve contracts with MTI Productions for a play at Lake Riviera Middle School - Disney's High School Musical, and at Brick Township High School - The Wedding Singer, as attached:
     
    DISNEY's HS MUSICAL LRMS.pdf
     THE WEDDING SINGER.pdf


  19. to ratify an Agreement with E-Rate Exchange LLC as attached:
     
    ERATE 11 12.pdf


  20. to approve an agreement with Ohiopyle Prints Inc. to generate revenue for the District as attached:
     
    OHIOPYLE PRINTS INC. a 10 20 11.pdf


  21. to approve agreements with Neptune Aquatic Center for Brick Memorial High School and Brick Township High School for the use of indoor swimming pool and facilities, as attached:
     NEPTUNE AQUATIC - BMHS 2.pdf

     NEPTUNE AQUATIC - BTHS 2.pdf


  22. to approve an agreement with Measured Progress/Data Wise for Lake Riviera Middle School and Veterans Memorial Middle School, as attached:
     
    MEASURED PROGRESS DATA WISE 10 20 11.pdf


  23. to approve a contract with Follett, as attached:
     
    FOLLETT 10 20 11.pdf
     FOLLETT DESTINY 10 20 11.pdf


  24. to approve an Agreement with the U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights, as attached: 
     
    brick township resolution agreement to District - october 10 2011.pdf 


  25. to approve additional funding for Chapter 192/193 for reimbursement of actual costs for the 2011-2012 school year, as follows:

    PROGRAM

    ORIGINAL ENTITLEMENT

    REVISED ENTITLEMENT

    Home Instruction

    0

    $2,000

       

     

     

     

  26. to approve the continued participation in the Alliance for Competitive Telecommunication Program for bidding services as follows:

    Alliance for Competitive Telecommunications (ACT)

    PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT FOR COOPERATIVE PURCHASING OF

    TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES 

                The Brick Township Board of Education agrees to participate in the Alliance for Competitive Telecommunications with the Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission (MRESC) Cooperative Pricing System 65MCESCCPS and the New Jersey Association of School Business Officials (NJASBO).  The MRESC shall be the lead Agency for this program.  All current and future members of the MRESC Cooperative Pricing system are invited to participate in the Alliance for Competitive Telecommunications, which is intended to fulfill school districts obligation under 18A:55-3 and offer other co-op members a competitive pricing model.

                The Co-op Member shall provide the awarded vendor with accurate data, i.e. telephone line numbers, locations and any other appropriate information necessary for the provision of service.

                The Co-op Member may accept the contract award to the successful vendor(s) for such services as may be needed if it is advantageous to do so.  The Co-op Member shall not withdraw from this agreement if they award a contract to the named vendor(s).

                The Co-op Member understands that the services to be provided under this cooperative purchasing agreement may include dial tone/local calls (where available), regional toll calls, long distance toll calls and voice over internet protocol (VOIP) when such option is chosen by the participating Co-op Member.

                All fees for the work of the MRESC and the expenses of NJASBO will be incorporated into the price for services as provided by the successful vendor(s). A 3% fee has been established and will be incorporated in the bid specifications.


  27.   to approve a Resolution to award the bid for Recap Tires for the 2011-2012 school year, as follows:

    RESOLUTION – RECAP TIRES – BUS GARAGE 

                WHEREAS,  bids were received and opened publicly and read aloud on September 20, 2011,

              BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education award the bid for recap tires for the 2011-2012 school year for the Bus Garage as follows:

    VENDOR

    AMOUNT

    Custom Bandag Incorporated
    623-625 Prospect Avenue
    Keyport, NJ 07735

    $18,640

  28. to approve Petty Cash for the 2011-2012 School Year, as follows:

    OFFICE/SCHOOL

    CHECK PAYABLE TO:

    AMOUNT

    Central Administration

    Pam Conner

    $250

    Facilities

    James W. Edwards, Jr.

    $250

    Transportation

    Joseph Sangiovanni

    $250

    Cafeteria

    Margaret DeBlasi

    $250

    Brick Memorial High School

    Richard Caldes

    $250

    Brick Township High School

    Dennis Filippone

    $250

    Lake Riviera Middle School

    Alyce Anderson

    $250

    Veterans Memorial Middle School

    Reneé Kotsianas

    $250

    Primary Learning Center

    Rochelle Sheiman

    $250

    Drum Point Elementary School

    Allison McConnell

    $250

    Emma Havens Young Elementary School

    Jennifer Joseph

    $250

    Herbertsville Elementary School

    Bonnie Giles

    $250

    Lanes Mill Elementary School

    Jeffrey Luckenbach

    $250

    Midstreams Elementary School

    John Billen

    $250

    Osbornville Elementary School

    Maureen Higgins

    $250

    Veterans Memorial Elementary School

    Susan McNamara

    $250

    B.E.S.T. Program

    Ellen Tyndell

    $250

     Educational Enrichment Center  Kathleen DiGrigoli

    $250 

      

     

     

     

  29. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4755, SDA#0530-020-10-G1AL, DOE #0530-020-10-1042, BTHS ADA Upgrades, approved by the Board of Education  on March 24, 2011.     


  30. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4756, SDA#0530-060-10-G1AM, DOE #0530-060-10-1066, MIDS Vestibule, approved by the Board of Education  on March 24, 2011.       

  31. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4757, SDA#0530-060-10-G1AN, DOE #0530-060-10-1082, MIDS Exterior Door, approved by the Board of Education  on March 24, 2011.       


  32. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4758, SDA#0530-020-10-G1AO, DOE #0530-020-10-1039, BTHS Gym Lighting, approved by the Board of Education  on May 19, 2011.

  33. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4759, SDA#0530-025-10-G1AP, DOE #0530-025-10-1038, BMHS Gym Lighting, approved by the Board of Education  on May 19, 2011.       

  34. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4760, SDA#0530-030-10-G1AQ, DOE #0530-030-10-1045, DPES Gym Lighting, approved by the Board of Education  on May 19, 2011.       


  35. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4761, SDA#0530-035-10-G1AR, DOE #0530-035-10-1052, EHYS Vestibule, approved by the Board of Education  on May 19, 2011.       


  36. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement  #G5-4762, SDA#0530-043-10-G1AS, DOE #0530-043-10-1061, LRMS Gym Lighting, approved by the Board of Education  on May 19, 2011.       


  37. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement  #G5-4763, SDA#0530-090-10-G1AT, DOE #0530-090-10-1077, VMMS Gym Lighting, approved by the Board of Education  on May 19, 2011.       


  38. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement  for SDA Project #0530-027-10-G1AV, DOE Project #0530-027-10-1069, Grant # G5-4765, for the installation of visual (strobe) fire alarms for the Brick Community Primary Learning Center, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education
     
    G5-4765 Offer Pkg.pdf


  39. to delegate the authority to School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project #0530-027-10-G1AV, DOE Project #0530-027-10-1069, Grant # G5-4765, for the installation of visual (strobe) fire alarms for the Brick Community Primary Learning Center, on behalf of the Board of Education


  40. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4765, SDA Project #0530-027-10-G1AV, DOE Project #0530-027-10-1069 for the installation of visual (strobe) fire alarms for the Brick Community Primary Learning Center, on behalf of the Board of Education.


  41. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4764,  SDA#0530-025-10-G1AU, DOE #0530-025-10-1010, BMHS Gym Bleachers and auditorium seat replacement, etc., approved by the Board of Education  on September 15, 2011.    


  42.  to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #0530-030-10-G1AW, DOE Project #0530-030-10-1003, Grant #G5-4766, to provide HVAC in computer server rooms and ceiling replacement associated with HVAC upgrades for Drum Point Road Elementary School, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education
     
    G5-4766 Offer Pkg.pdf 


  43. to delegate the authority to School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project #0530-030-10-G1AW, DOE Project #0530-030-10-1003, Grant # G5-4766, to provide HVAC in computer server rooms and ceiling replacement associated with HVAC upgrades for Drum Point Road Elementary School, on behalf of the Board of Education


  44. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4766, SDA Project #0530-030-10-G1AW, DOE Project 0530-030-10-1003, to provide HVAC in computer server rooms and ceiling replacement associated with HVAC upgrades for Drum Point Road Elementary School


  45. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project # 0530-035-10-G1AX, DOE Project #0530-035-10-1051, Grant # G5-4767, for exterior doors and frames replacement and electrical upgrades for Emma Havens Young Elementary School, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education
     
    G5-4767 Offer Pkg.pdf


  46. to delegate the authority to School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-035-10-G1AX, DOE Project # 0530-035-10-1051, Grant #G5-4767, for exterior doors and frames replacement and electrical upgrades for Emma Havens Young Elementary School, on behalf of the Board of Education

  47. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4767, SDA Project #0530-035-10-G1AX, DOE Project #0530-035-10-1051, for exterior doors and frames replacement and electrical upgrades for Emma Havens Young Elementary School


  48. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #0530-040-10-G1AY, DOE Project #0530-040-10-1053, Grant #G5-4768, for boiler replacement for Herbertsville Elementary School , by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education
     
    G5-4768 Offer Pkg.pdf 


  49. to delegate the authority to School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project #0530-040-10-G1AY, DOE Project #0530-040-10-1053, Grant # G5-4768, for boiler replacement for Herbertsville Elementary School, on behalf of the Board of Education


  50. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4768,  SDA Project #0530-040-10-G1AY, DOE Project #0530-040-10-1053, for boiler replacement for Herbertsville Elementary School

  51. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #0530-043-10-G1AZ, DOE Project #0530-043-10-1030, Grant #G5-4769,  to provide HVAC in computer server rooms and ceiling replacement associated with HVAC upgrades for Lake Riviera Middle School , by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education
     
    G5-4769 Offer Pkg.pdf

  52. to delegate the authority to School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project  #0530-043-10-G1AZ, DOE Project #0530-043-10-1030, Grant # G5-4769, to provide HVAC in computer server rooms and ceiling replacement associated with HVAC upgrades for Lake Riviera Middle School


  53. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4769, SDA Project #0530-043-10-G1AZ, DOE Project #0530-043-10-1030, to provide HVAC in computer server rooms and ceiling replacement associated with HVAC upgrades for Lake Riviera Middle School


  54. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project # 0530-045-10-G1BA, DOE Project # 0530-045-10-1034, Grant #G5-4770,  to add parking spots in front of Lanes Mill Elementary School, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education
     
    G5-4770 Offer Pkg.pdf


  55. to delegate the authority to School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-045-10-G1BA, DOE Project #0530-045-10-1034, Grant #G5-4770, to add parking spots in front of Lanes Mill Elementary School, on behalf of the Board of Education


  56. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4770, SDA Project #0530-045-10-G1BA, DOE Project #0530-045-10-1034, to add parking spots in front of Lanes Mill Elementary School

  57. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement  for SDA Project #0530-045-10-G1BB, DOE Project #0530-045-10-1056, Grant #G5-4771, to replace original exterior doors and to replace the interior lighting system with a new energy efficient light fixture and provide a more energy efficient lighting control system for all classrooms in Lanes Mill Elementary School , by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education
     
    G5-4771 Offer Pkg.pdf


  58. to delegate the authority to School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-045-10-G1BB, DOE Project #0530-045-10-1056, Grant #G5-4771, to replace original exterior doors and to replace the interior lighting system with a new energy efficient light fixture and provide a more energy efficient lighting control system for all classrooms in Lanes Mill Elementary School, on behalf of the Board of Education


  59. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4771, SDA Project #0530-045-10-G1BB, DOE Project #0530-045-10-1056, to replace original exterior doors and to replace the interior lighting system with a new energy efficient light fixture and provide a more energy efficient lighting control system for all classrooms in Lanes Mill Elementary School


  60. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement  for SDA Project #0530-070-10-G1BC, DOE Project #0530-070-10-1024, Grant #G5-4772, to install air conditioning in rooms with server equipment, and ventilate rooms with electrical equipment, and to replace the existing domestic hot water heater for Osbornville Elementary School, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education
     
    G5-4772 Offer Pkg.pdf


  61. to delegate the authority to School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project #0530-070-10-G1BC, DOE Project #0530-070-10-1024, Grant #G5-4772, to install air conditioning in rooms with server equipment, and ventilate rooms with electrical equipment, and to replace the existing domestic hot water heater for Osbornville Elementary School, on behalf of the Board of Education 

  62. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4772, SDA Project #0530-070-10-G1BC, DOE Project #0530-070-10-1024, to install air conditioning in rooms with server equipment, and ventilate rooms with electrical equipment, and to replace the existing hot water heater for Osbornville Elementary School


  63. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement  for SDA Project #0530-080-10-G1BD, DOE Project #0530-080-10-1076, Grant #G5-4773,  to replace gym lighting for Veterans Memorial Elementary School , by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education
     
    G5-4773 Offer Pkg.pdf


  64. to delegate the authority to School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project #0530-080-10-G1BD, DOE Project #0530-080-10-1076, Grant #G5-4773, to replace gym lighting for Veterans Memorial Elementary School, on behalf of the Board of Education


  65. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4773, SDA Project #0530-080-10-G1BD, DOE Project #0530-080-10-1076, to replace gym lighting for Veterans Memorial Elementary School


  66. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement  for SDA Project #0530-090-10-G1BE, DOE Project #0530-090-10-1020, Grant #G5-4774, to: install air conditioning in rooms with server equipment, to ventilate rooms with electrical equipment, to replace existing ceilings to accommodate new ductwork and wiring, and to provide HVAC in Special Education Room G7 (a windowless classroom) for Veterans Memorial Middle School , by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education
     
    G5-4774 Offer Pkg.pdf


  67. to delegate the authority to School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project #0530-090-10-G1BE, DOE Project # 0530-090-10-1020, Grant #G5-4774, to: install air conditioning in rooms with server equipment, to ventilate rooms with electrical equipment, to replace existing ceilings to accommodate new ductwork and wiring, and to provide HVAC in Special Education Room G7 (a windowless classroom) for Veterans Memorial Middle School, on behalf of the Board of Education    

      
  68. to authorize Design Resources Group, the District Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for grant agreement #G5-4774, SDA Project #0530-090-10-G1BE, DOE Project #0530-090-10-1020, to install air conditioning in rooms with server equipment, to ventilate rooms with electrical equipment, to replace existing ceilings to accommodate new ductwork and wiring, and to provide HVAC in Special Education Room G7 (a windowless classroom) for Veterans Memorial Middle School  

  69. to approve on First Reading, Policy #6641, Finances, as attached:
     
    Policy 6641 Charging of School Meals 1st reading.pdf                                    



  70. to approve a Tuition Rate Cap for Out of District Educational Facilities, as follows:

    RESOLUTION

    TUITION RATE CAP
    OUT OF DISTRICT FACILITIES

        WHEREAS, the New Jersey State Constitution calls for every public school child to receive a thorough and efficient education, and

     WHEREAS, the Brick Board of Education considers it an honor to provide that education by developing and sustaining a learning environment that fosters growth in scholarship, character and initiative for all learners, and

     WHEREAS, in the process of meeting the needs of all learners the Brick School District at times requires the services of outside educational facilities to meet the Individualized Education Programs of its students, and

     WHEREAS, the State of New Jersey has instituted a two percent cap to school districts’ general fund tax levies in an effort to ensure the most prudent spending of taxpayer dollars, and

     WHEREAS, the annual increases to rates for out-of-district facilities that offer special education services at times far exceed two percent, and

     WHEREAS, the inconsistency of requiring a two percent cap on local districts’ spending while not controlling the costs of other educational facilities to which local districts often send students creates an unfair hardship for school districts that must channel already limited resources toward meeting these tuition rate increase, and

     WHEREAS, the Brick Board of Education believes it is in the State’s control to implement the same “cap” special education tuition rates as it does on local school district’s tax levies, and

     NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Brick Board of Education respectfully requests the State impose the same two percent cap on these tuition costs that weigh heavily on the financial position of school districts, and

     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board Secretary will file copy of this resolution with the Legislative offices, the office of the Ocean County Superintendent and the New Jersey School Boards Association.

 

 

BOARD COMMENT: OPERATIONS

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: OPERATIONS

 

 


 

HUMAN RESOURCES

  1. to accept a change in a retirement date, as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL

    TITLE

    FROM

    TO

    BRICK EXP

    Brown, Christine

    LRMS

    Career & Technology

    07/01/2012

    02/01/2012

        32 Years
        5 Months



  2. to ratify resignations, as follows:

    NAME

    TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXP

    Watson, Maryann BTHS/Cafeteria Monitor 

    08/31/11 

    2 Years 
     Tschinkel, Brendan    Sr. Mechanic

        10/07/11     

    4 years 1 Month 
     Thompson, Jessica Kwrap/Supv 

    08/22/11 

    3 Months


  3. to approve resignations, as follows:

    NAME

    TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXP

     Lowe, Edward HERB/Grade 4 

    12/12/11 

     10 Years 3 Months

    Garibay, MaryJane

    Supervisor of Schools in Need of Improvement

    11/19/11

     2 Years 10 Months



  4. to approve substitutes for the 2011-2012, school year, as attached:
     SUBSTITUTE LIST 10-20-2011.pdf        
     
    SUBSTITUTE TEACHER (b) - RENEWALS 2011-2012 - OCT 2011.pdf



  5. to ratify additional hours for the ESY Program, as follows:

    NAME

    TITLE

    HOURS

    SALARY PER HOUR

    Havens, Dana

    Teacher

    6

    $49.00

    Guise, Judith

    Teachers Aide

    24

              $19.00

    Disanza, Dawn

    Sub Teachers Aide

    6

              $  8.00



  6. to approve changes in Leaves of absence, as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    FROM

    TO

    PAY/BENEFITS

    Post, Rayna

    BMHS/Health & Phys Ed

    FMLA
    10/18/11-01/24/12

    FMLA
    10/20/11-01/26/12

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits

     Vitullo, Gayle BTHS/LLD      FMLA
    09/01/11-11/01/11 
    FMLA
    09/01/11-11/25/11 
    W/O Pay, W/Benefits 


  7. to ratify Leaves of absence, as follows:

    NAME

    DEPT/TITLE

    TYPE OF LEAVE

    EFFECTIVE

    PAY/BENEFITS

    Slocum, Brian

    Facilities/Building Night Inspector

    Leave Of Absence

    10/06/11-04/06/12

    W/O Pay,
    W/O Benefits

     Santoro, Dominick VMMS/Social Studies  Leave of Absence  10/17/11-11/17/11  W/O Pay, W/O Benefits


  8. to approve leaves of absence, as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    TYPE OF LEAVE

    EFFECTIVE

    PAY/BENEFITS

    Hulse, Nancy

    LM/Sr. Food Svc Wrkr

    Leave of Absence

    02/14/12-02/15/12

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits

    Jacobs, Paul

    Trans/School Bus Driver

    Leave of Absence

    12/01/11-12/02/11

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits

     Sammarco, Amy VMMS/Grade 8  FMLA  03/19/12-06/19/12  W/O Pay, W/Benefits 


  9. to ratify employment, as follows:
     
    Ratification of Employment.pdf


  10. to ratify a resignation from Schedule "C" & "D", as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL

    ACTIVITY

    EFFECTIVE

    Henry, Shelley

    BMHS

    PALS Club/
    Co-Advisor

            08/31/11



  11. to ratify a change to Schedule "C" & "D", as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/
    ACTIVITY

    FROM

    TO

    EFFECTIVE

    Pannucci, Nicole

    BMHS/PALS Club

         Co-Advisor
         $1,819

           Advisor
           $3,639

    09/01/11-06/30/12


  12. to ratify employment to Schedule "C" & "D", as follows:
     
    Ratification of Schedule C and D.pdf


  13. to ratify a Volunteer to Schedule "C" & "D", as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/ACTIVITY

    Miller, Becky

    BTHS / Field Hockey



  14. to approve employment to Schedule "C" & "D", as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL

    ACTIVITY/TITLE

    STIPEND

    O’Donnell, Patrick

    BMHS

    Indoor Track/Co-Head Coach

    $4,312

    O’Donnell, Patrick

    BMHS

    Indoor Track/Co-Asst. Coach

    $2,866

    Cutts, Chad

    BMHS

    Indoor Track/Co-Head Coach

    $4,312

    Cutts, Chad

    BMHS

    Indoor Track/Co-Asst Coach

    $2,866

    Bilello, Michael*

    BMHS

    Bowling Boys/Head Coach

    $6,242

    *OUT OF DISTRICT

  15. to approve employment for the 2011-2012 school year, as follows:
    Approve Employment.pdf

  16. to approve a change in employment for the 2011-2012 school year, as follows:
     
    Change in Employment.pdf 



  17. to ratify advanced degree increases for the 2011-2012 school year, as attached:
     
    Advanced Degree 2011-2012.pdf

  18. to approve tuition reimbursements for the 2011-2012 school year, as attached:
     
    Tuition Reimbursements 10 2011.pdf

  19. to approve employment of the SES Coordinator and Tutors as needed and funded through Title I of NCLB, as attached:
     
    11-12 SES COORDINATOR AND TUTORS.pdf

  20. to approve employment of the LRMS ESL/ELL After School Supplemental Instructor funded through Title I of NCLB, as follows:

    ACCOUNT NO

    NAME

    SALARY

    20-231-100-101-03-001

    Ryan, Theresa

    $45 Per Hour
    Not to exceed 72 Hours

    20-231-100-101-03-001 Levendusky, Brittany  $45 Per Hour
    Not to exceed 72 Hours 


  21. to approve twelve Brick Township Public School teachers to participate in the Andrew Jackson American History Grant, sponsored by the American Institute for History Education and coordinated by the Lakewood School District.  Teachers will be compensated at $125 per day (cost to be reimbursed), as follows:

    Camburn, Kristine/LRMS

    Dalton, Patricia/BMHS

    Hoban, Denise/LRMS

    Kurasz, Susan/VMMS

    Mosely, Earl/BMHS

    Pazmino, Charles/BMHS

    Powell, Cathy/VMES

    Readel, Carol/EHY

    Rivera, Lisette/BMHS

    Stump, Donna/HERB

    Trembulak, Thomas/VMMS

    Winward, Susan/BMHS



    Dates of Meetings to Possibly Attend

    October 15, 2011

     November 19, 201

    December 17, 2011     

     January 21, 2012    

    February 25, 2012 

    March 17, 2012     

    April 21, 2012 

    May 12, 2012 

    June 25, 2012 





  22. to ratify salaries as charged to the No Child Left Behind Federal Grant, Federal Grant for School-Based Student Drug-Testing Programs and the Education Jobs Bill, in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) (AUDIT), for the 2011-2012 school year, as attached:
     2011 Federal Grant Salaries.pdf

  23.  to ratify a change in account numbers, as follows:

    NAME/SCHOOL

    FROM

    TO

    EFFECTIVE

    Sheehan, Deanne

    11-230-100-101-25-000
    20-231-100-101-03-000

    11-230-100-101-25-000

    09/01/11-06/30/12


  24.  to ratify changes in employment, as attached:
     
    Ratify changes in employment.pdf

  25.  to ratify terminations of employment of G.P. effective 09/26/11, and D.D. effective 09/02/11




     

     

 

 

BOARD COMMENT: HUMAN RESOURCES

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: HUMAN RESOURCES

 

 


 

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

 

BOARD COMMENT


 

PUBLIC COMMENT

 


 

CALENDAR

 

 


DATE

EVENT

 November 9, 2011  Pre-Agenda Meeting 7:00PM BTHS 
 November 10-11, 2011  NJEA Convention 
 November 17, 2011  Regular Meeting 7:00PM BTHS 
 November 21-23, 2011      Early dismissal of students
 November 24-25, 2011  Thanksgiving Recess, Schools Closed
 December 7, 2011      Pre Agenda Meeting, 7:00 PM, BTHS
 December 15, 2011      Regular Meeting, 7:00 PM, BTHS

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