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, the Star Ledger and Municipal Clerk's Office.

 

PRESENTATIONS

  1.  Report of Representatives from Brick Memorial High School and Brick Township High School

  2.  High School Principals' Report
 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES


 1.
August 7, 2012
Special Meeting  
 2.
August 7, 2012

 Executive Session
 
 3. August 16, 2012  
Regular Meeting
 
 4.
August 22, 2012

Special Meeting
 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

1.  Curriculum & Instruction Committee

2.  Operations Committee

3.  Facilities Committee

4.  Human Resources Committee

CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

 

1.  to approve placements of college students for Student Teaching,  Field Experiences, Classroom Observations, Internships or Externships, as attached:
COLLEGE STUDENT PLACEMENTS


2.  to approve Field Trips, as attached:
  ELEMENTARY FIELD TRIPS 9 20 12.pdf
  SECONDARY FIELD TRIPS 9 20 12.pdf



3. to approve Workshops, as required by the School District Accountability Act, as attached:
WORKSHOPS



4.  To approve the Uniform State Memorandum of Agreement between Education and Law Enforcement Officials for the 2012-2013 school year as attached:
  MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT


5.
 to approve new, revised, and county curricula, submitted by the Curriculum Committee, as follows:

                    New Curricula:

                                              Spanish 2 Honors

                                                Advanced Topics in Computer Programming

                                                Advanced Photography III: Senior Thesis

                                                Modern American Literary Theories – Pop Culture

                Revised Curricula:

                                                Health and Physical Education K-12

                                                Family and Consumer Science

                                                Spanish 1, 2, 3, and 3 Honors

                                                French 3 and 4 Honors

                                                Building Construction Technology

                                                Creative Woodworking

                                                Woodworking and Metals Design

SAT Mathematics Review

Freshmen Experience

Advanced Placement Computer Science: Java

Java: Computer Programming

          Transition Algebra

                                                
                        Ocean County Curricula:

                                            Mathematics

                                                      Algebra I

                                                      Geometry

                                                      Algebra II

                                                      PreCalculus

Probability, Statistics, and Discrete Mathematics

                                                      Calculus

                                        Language Arts:

                                                      K-12

   SPANISH 2 HONORS
   SPANISH 3 HONORS
   SPANISH 1
   SPANISH 2
   SPANISH 3
   FRENCH 3
   FRENCH 4 
   AP COMPUTER SCIENCE CURRICULUM 2012.pdf
   BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION
   CREATIVE METALWORKING.pdf
   FAMILY AND CONSUMER SERVICE
   ADDITIONAL COMPUTER TOPICS
   SAT MATH REVIEW
   FRESHMAN COMPUTER EXPERIENCE
   JAVA COMPUTER PROGRAM
   WOODWORKING AND METALS DESIGNI.pdf
   ALGEBRA I
   GEOMETRY
   ALGEBRA II
   PRECALCULUS
   PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
   CALCULUS
   TRANSITION ALGEBRA
    GRADE 6 2011 10-24-11
    GRADE 7 2011 10-24-11.pdf
    GRADE 8 2011 10-24-11.pdf
    OC 9TH GRADE.pdf
    OC 10TH GRADE.pdf
    OC 11TH GRADE.pdf
    OC 12 GRADE.pdf
    CREATIVE WRITING
    FILM ANALYSIS
    FRESHMAN ENGLISH SEMINAR
    HSPA PREP LITERACY.pdf
    JOURNALISM 1.pdf
    JOURNALISM II.pdf
    MODERN AMERICAN LITERATURE _POP CULTURE CURRICULUM.pdf
    PUBLIC SPEAKING CURRICULUM.pdf
    SAT CURRICULUM.pdf
 
   K LAL UNIT 1 NEW
    K LAL UNIT 2.pdf
    K LAL UNIT 3.pdf
    K LAL UNIT 4.pdf
    K LAL UNIT 5.pdf
    COUNTY CURRIC ELA 1ST GRADE
    OC COUNTY ELA CURRICULUM GRADE 2
    OCEAN COUNTY CURRIC GRADE 3 FINAL.pdf
    UNIT 1 LA CURRICULUM.pdf
    UNIT 2 LA CURRICULUM.pdf
    UNIT 3 LA CURRICULUM
    UNIT 4 LA CURRICULUM 
    UNIT 5 LA CURRICULUM.pdf
    UNIT 6 LA CURRICULUM.pdf
   
LAL GRADE 5 FINAL draft.pdf



6.  to approve the submission of grant applications to First Financial Foundation in the amount of $500 each for the Educational Enrichment Center and Osbornville Elementary School (9/19/12)

BOARD COMMENT: CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

 

OPERATIONS



1.  to approve intra-budget transfers, as attached:
Transfers 

2.  to approve the revised June 30, 2012 Board Secretary's and Treasurer of School Monies Reports, as attached:
Board Secretary's Report June 2012
Treasurer's Report June 2012


3.  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) as of July 31, 2012.

4.  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 July 31, 2012, 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.

5.  to accept the Board Secretary's and Treasurer of School Monies Reports as of July 31, 2012, as attached:
Board Secretary's Report July 2012
Treasurer's Report July 2012 

 

6.  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) as of August 31, 2012.

7.  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 August 31, 2012, 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.

8.  to accept the Board Secretary's and Treasurer of School Monies Reports as of August 31, 2012, as attached:
Board Secretary's Report August 2012
Treasurer's Report August 2012 

 

9.  to approve the payment of vouchers, as follows:
  REGULAR BILLS
  MANUAL CHECKS
  WIRE PAYMENTS
  PAYROLL
 

10.  to approve the Use of School District Facilities Reports, as follows:

  CHARGEABLE USE OF FACILITIES
 
NON CHARGEABLE USE OF FACILITIES



11. to accept the donation of 2 golf carts, valued at $6,000 each, one to the Brick Memorial High School and one to Brick Township High School from AccuCare Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, PA and Brielle Orthopedics, PA


12.  to accept a check in the amount of $289.55 to the Educational Enrichment Center from Target as part of the "Take Charge of Education" Program
 

13.  to accept a check in the amount of $529.19 to the Drum Point Elementary School from Target as part of the "Take Charge of Education" Program


14.  to accept the Stewart B. McKinney-Vento Education of Homeless Children and Youth Grant (Year 1 of 3) in the amount of $331,086



15.  to accept a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to Emma Havens Young Elementary School, which will provide the following:

  $142.49
 1 Energy and Magnetism Thematic Based Kit
 Grades 3-5
$170.99
 1 Changes in Matter Kit Grades 3 - 5
 $  75.96
 4 Hydrophonics Labs



16.  to approve Transportation Jointures, where Point Pleasant Borough has agreed to Join, as attached:

            ROUTE
                   SCHOOL
 JOINER DISTRICT COST
 STRO2A  St. Rose Grammar/High School
 $3,536.00
 WAMA1  Waretown Vocational AM
 $  7,658.55
 HOLY2A  Holy Family/Calvary
 $   884.00

   TRANS JOINT



17.  to declare the following items surplus equipment, no longer required for school purposes, and authorize the Business Administrator/Board Secretary to discard these items in accordance with N.J.S.A.18A:18A-45, as follows: (Items to be sold on govdeals.com or a similar type of online service) as attached:
  SURPLUS
  (Items removed 09/20/12)

18.  to accept the donation of 4 gallons of paint, valued at $200 from House of Paints to Drum Point Elementary School

19.  to accept an AeroGarden VII Pod Salad Green Seed Kit, valued at $176.90, from Aero Garden to Drum Point Elementary School

20.  to ratify contracts for Out-of-District Student Placements, as follows:
 
COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND
  MATES AND PERFORMING ARTS

  YALE
  TOMS RIVER REGIONAL
  COASTAL
  RUGBY
  NEPTUNE
  OCEAN MENTAL HEALTH

21.  to ratify contracts for an incoming tuition students, as follows:
  CAMDEN
LAKEWOOD


22.  to ratify Change Order No. 3 for the Brick Township High School Science Renovation Project with Wallace Brothers, as attached:
 
CHANGE ORDER NO 3.doc

23.  to ratify Change Order No. 1 for the Brick Memorial High School Gym Floor Project with North Eastern Hardwood Floors, as attached:
  CHANGE ORDER NO 1

24.  to ratify Change Order No. 2 for the Brick Memorial High School Gym Floor Project with North Eastern Hardwood Floors, as attached:
  BMHS NORTH EASTERN CO 2.pdf


25.  to ratify an agreement with Constellation Energy Commodities Group, Inc. for the sale of Solar Renewable Energy Certificates, as attached:
 
CONSTELLATION.doc 


26.
to approve a Resolution to authorize DRG to submit New Jersey Department Of Education paperwork and amend the Long Range Facilities Plan for the HVAC Upgrades to the Brick Bus Maintenance Building, as follows:

 

RESOLUTION
BRICK TOWNSHIP BUS MAINTENANCE BUILDING
 


WHEREAS, the Board of Education approves the submission of an application to the New Jersey Department of Education for the HVAC Upgrades to the Brick Township Bus Maintenance Building as an "other capital project" and the District understands there will be no funding available from the State for this project.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education authorizes Design Resources Group, the Architect of Record, to work on behalf of the District to submit all required and appropriate documents to the New Jersey Department of Education for the HVAC Upgrades to the Brick Township Bus Maintenance Building, and

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED That the Board of Education authorizes Design Resources Group to "Amend" the District's Long Range Failities (LRFP) to include this project.

 




27. to
 ratify change order # 1  for the Emma Havens Young Roof Project with Integrity Roofing, Inc, as attached:
EHY Roof Project - Change Order No. 1





28. to approve an agreement with Dancing DJ's, Inc for the BMHS Homecoming Dance, October 4, 2012, as attached:

DANCING DJ'S

 

29. to approve a Resolution for a Demographic and Redistricting Feasibility Study, as follows:   updated 9/20/12

                                                                       RESOLUTION
                                              Demographic and Redistricting Feasibility Study
                                                            Ross Haber Associates 


WHEREAS, there exists a need for a Demographic and Redistricting Feasibility study, and

WHEREAS, N.J.S.A.18A:18A-3 allows for the award of a contract without public advertising for bids and bidding therefor when the cost or price, in aggregate, does not exceed the bid threshold in a contract year; and

WHEREAS,  N.J.S.A.18A:18A-37c  states that for all contracts that in the aggregate are less than the bid threshold but 15 percent or more of that amount the purchasing agent shall only award the contract after soliciting at least two competitive quotations; and

WHEREAS,
on September 7, 2012 a request for qualifications for a Demographic and Redistricting Feasibility Study was posted on the District web site in which responses were received; and

WHEREAS,
the District Administration has reviewed these responses and finds the response of Ross Haber Associates to be the most advantageous in regards to price and other factors considered,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, BY THE Brick Township Board of Education, as follows:

 

1.       That Ross Haber Associates, be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education.

2.       This appointment is made in accordance with the Request for Qualification dated September 7, 2012.

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

4.        The total fee shall be $20,000
                

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



30.  to approve a Resolution for a withdrawal from Capital Reserve for the BTHS Track, as follows:

 

RESOLUTION
WITHDRAWAL FROM CAPITAL RESERVE FOR BTHS TRACK
 


WHEREAS, the Board of Education has established a Capital Reserve Fund in accordance with 18A:12 and

WHEREAS, the Brick Township High School Track needs improvement,

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education authorizes the withdrawal from Capital Reserve in the amount of $12,000 for this project.





31. to approve an agreement with Musical Theater International and the Brick Township Board of Education for the production of "Working" to take place at BTHS on or about December 14 through 16, 2012, as attached:WORKING



32. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #  0530-043-10-G1GL, DOE Project # 0530-043-10-1005, Grant # G5-4782, for the installation of Window Balancers for  LRMS, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education, as attached:G5-4782

33. To delegate the authority to the School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-043-10-G1GL, DOE Project # 0530-043-10-1005, Grant # G5-4782, for the installation of Window Balancers for LRMS, on behalf of the Board of Education.

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 # G5-4782, SDA# 0530-043-10-G1GL, DOE# 0530-043-10-1005, for the installation of Window Balancers at LRMS,  on behalf of the Board of Education.    



                                                            

35. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #  0530-043-10-G1GM, DOE Project # 0530-043-10-1028, Grant # G5-4783, for the installation of Gym Lockers for  LRMS, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education, as attached:G5-4783

36. To delegate the authority to the School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-043-10-G1GM, DOE Project # 0530-043-10-1028, Grant # G5-4783, for the installation of Gym Lockers for LRMS, on behalf of the Board of Education.

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 # G5-4783, SDA# 0530-043-10-G1GM, DOE# 0530-043-10-1028, for the installation of Gym Lockers at LRMS,  on behalf of the Board of Education.    


                                                            


38. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #  0530-080-10-G1GN, DOE Project # 0530-080-10-1073, Grant # G5-4784, for the installation of HVAC Server Room for  VMES, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education, as attached:G5-4784

39. To delegate the authority to the School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-080-10-G1GN, DOE Project # 0530-080-10-1073, Grant # G5-4784, for the installation of HVAC Server Room for VMES, 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 # G5-4784, SDA# 0530-080-10-G1GN, DOE# 0530-080-10-1073, for the installation of HVAC Server Room at VMES,  on behalf of the Board of Education.          


                                                      

41. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #  0530-090-10-G1GO, DOE Project # 0530-090-10-1078, Grant # G5-4785, for the installation of Emergency Lighting & Exits for  VMMS, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education, as attached:G5-4785

42. To delegate the authority to the School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-090-10-G1GO, DOE Project # 0530-090-10-1078, Grant # G5-4785, for the installation of Emergency Lighting & Exits for VMMS, on behalf of the Board of Education.

43. 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 # G5-4785, SDA# 0530-090-10-G1GO, DOE# 0530-090-10-1078, for the installation of Emergency Lighting & Exits at VMMS,  on behalf of the Board of Education.    
 



44. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #  0530-025-10-G1GI, DOE Project # 0530-025-10-1008, Grant # G5-4779, for the installation of HVAC Server Room for  BMHS, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education, as attached:G5-4779

45. To delegate the authority to the School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-025-10-G1GI, DOE Project # 0530-025-10-1008, Grant # G5-4779, for the installation of HVAC Server Room for BMHS, on behalf of the Board of Education.

46. 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 # G5-4779, SDA# 0530-025-10-G1GI, DOE# 0530-025-10-1008, for the installation of HVAC Server Room at BMHS,  on behalf of the Board of Education.       


47. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #  0530-025-10-G1GJ, DOE Project # 0530-025-10-1009, Grant # G5-4780, for the installation of Gym Lockers for  BMHS, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education, as attached:G5-4780

48. To delegate the authority to the School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-025-10-G1GJ, DOE Project # 0530-025-10-1009, Grant # G5-4780, for the installation of Gym Lockers for BMHS, on behalf of the Board of Education.

49. 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 # G5-4780, SDA# 0530-025-10-G1GJ, DOE# 0530-025-10-1009, for the installation of Gym Lockers at BMHS,  on behalf of the Board of Education.  





50. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #  0530-025-10-G1GK, DOE Project # 0530-025-10-1035, Grant # G5-4781, for the installation of Emergency Lighting for  BMHS, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education, as attached:G5-4781

51. To delegate the authority to the School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-025-10-G1GK, DOE Project # 0530-025-10-1035, Grant # G5-4781, for the installation of Emergency Lighting for BMHS, on behalf of the Board of Education.


 
52. 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 # G5-4781, SDA# 0530-025-10-G1GK, DOE# 0530-025-10-1035, for the installation of Emergency Lighting at BMHS,  on behalf of the Board of Education.  |




53. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #  0530-025-10-G1BF, DOE Project # 0530-025-10-1040, Grant # G5-4776, for the installation of Science Room Renovations for  BTHS, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education, as attached:G5-4776

54. To delegate the authority to the School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-025-10-G1BF, DOE Project # 0530-025-10-1040, Grant # G5-4776, for the installation of Science Room Renovations for BTHS, on behalf of the Board of Education.

55. 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 # G5-4776, SDA# 0530-025-10-G1BF, DOE# 0530-025-10-1040, for the installation of Science Room Renovations at BTHS,  on behalf of the Board of Education.     

56. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #  0530-020-10-G1BG, DOE Project # 0530-020-10-1041, Grant # G5-4777, for the installation of Window Replacements for  BTHS, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education, as attached:G5-4777

57. To delegate the authority to the School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-020-10-G1BG, DOE Project # 0530-020-10-1041, Grant # G5-4777, for the installation of Window Replacements for BTHS, on behalf of the Board of Education.

58. 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 # G5-4777, SDA# 0530-020-10-G1BG, DOE# 0530-020-10-1041, for the installation of Window Replacements at BTHS,  on behalf of the Board of Education.

59. to authorize the execution and delivery of the Educational Facilities Construction and Financing Grant Agreement for SDA Project #  0530-020-10-G1GH, DOE Project # 0530-020-10-1080, Grant # G5-4778, for the installation of HVAC Server Room & Exterior Doors for  BTHS, by James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator, on behalf of the Board of Education, as attached:G5-4778

60. To delegate the authority to the School Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., for supervision of the School Facilities Project, SDA Project # 0530-020-10-G1GH, DOE Project # 0530-020-10-1080, Grant # G5-4778, for the installation of HVAC Server Room & Exterior Doors for BTHS, on behalf of the Board of Education.

61. 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 # G5-4778, SDA# 0530-020-10-G1GH, DOE# 0530-020-10-1080, for the installation of HVAC Server Room & Exterior Doors at BTHS,  on behalf of the Board of Education. 


 
62.  to approve funding for Chapter 192/193 for non-public school students for the 2012-2013  school year, as follows:

 PROGRAM  ENTITLEMENT
 Compensatory Education
 $ 133,773
 Initial Examination & Classification
 $   59,041
 Annual Examination & Classification
 $   19,790
 Corrective Speech
 $   76,558
 Supplemental Instruction
 $   69,384
                                               


63. to ratify the Supplemental Education Services (S.E.S) Tutoring Program budget for the 2012-2013 school year, as attached:
S.E.S BUDGET



64. to approve a resolution to award the bid for the New Long Jump/New Pole Vault Pit at BMHS, as follows:

WHEREAS, the bids were received and opened publicly and read aloud on September 18, 2012, and

WHEREAS, the results were reviewed and approved by the Business Administrator, Architect and Board Attorney,

BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education award the bid for the New Long Jump/New Pole Vault Pit at BMHS,  as follows:

                                            VENDOR                                              BASE BID
                                  American Athletic Courts, Inc                 $132,500
                                  2050 Route 206
                                  Vincentown, NJ 08088


65. To approve a resolution for the appropriation of Extraordinary Aid, as follows:  Added motion 9/20/12

WHEREAS
, the Brick Township Board of Education received $1,587,094 in Extraordinary Aid for the 2011-2012 school year and reserved the same for 2012-2013 unanticipated expenditures; and,

WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education would like to begin a technology initiative for staff and students at the Brick High Schools; and,

WHEREAS,  the purchase of the technology will be lease purchased utilizing a competitive capital lease sale with the first of three payments due in the 2012-2013 school year,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Brick Township Board of Education authorizes the appropriation of $527,000 to account 11-190-100-500-00-000 for the anticipated first payment of the capital lease for the Boards technology initiative.

 

66. To approve a resolution for the purchase of technology, as follows:  Added motion 9/20/12

 WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-10a and N.J.A.C. 5:34-7.29(c), may by resolution and without advertising for bids, purchase any goods or services under the State of New Jersey Cooperative Purchasing Program for any State contracts entered into on behalf of the State by the Division of Purchase and Property in the Department of the Treasury; and,

WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education has the need on a timely basis to purchase goods or services utilizing State contracts; and,

WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education intends to enter into contracts with a State Contract Vendor through this resolution and properly executed contracts, which shall be subject to all the conditions applicable to the current State contracts; and,

WHEREAS the Brick Township Board of Education would like to implement a technology initiative for staff and students at Brick High Schools; and,

WHEREAS Apple Inc. has provided a quote under the State of New Jersey WSCA Agreement (NJ State Contract Number 70259 - WSCA:B27158) with an additional discount of 15.75% for a total purchase price of $1,554,087.30; and,

WHEREAS the Brick Board of Education desires to utilize a competitive capital lease sale for the procurement of the technology from Apple Inc.; and,

WHEREAS Apple Inc. will engage a third party vendor for the set-up and delivery of the equipment,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Brick Township Board of Education agrees to enter into an agreement with Apple Inc. for the purchase of the technology included in the attached quote (2200191770, dated September 19th, 2012); and,

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board authorizes Phoenix Financial Advisors to oversee a competitive lease sale to obtain the funding needed to purchase the technology from Apple Inc. as authorized in their response to the request for proposal (Board approved June 21, 2012) for a transactional fee not to exceed $2,500; and,

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board agrees to allow the equipment to be delivered to Crest Technologies, Inc. for the set-up and delivery of the equipment to the Brick Township Board of Education.
PRICE QUOTE




                                                              

BOARD COMMENT: OPERATIONS

  

PUBLIC COMMENT: OPERATIONS

 

HUMAN RESOURCES

  1. to ratify resignations, as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXPERIENCE

     Hegadorn, Maribeth

    BTHS/In Class Support

    08/31/12

     8 Years

    Nugent, Harold
    Trans/Mechanic

     09/14/12

    1 Year 10 Months

     Connelly, Patricia
    Substitute Teacher
     09/04/12  2 Years


  2. to accept with regret, retirements, as follows

    NAME

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXPERIENCE

    Prieto, Susan

    PLC/Principal Account Clerk

    10/01/12

    23 Years 11 Months

     Betz, Linda
    Sr Food Svc Wrkr/LRMS
    10/01/12
    23 Years




  3. to rescind employment for Lauren Schmidt



  4. to approve substitutes, as attached:  updated 9/20/12
    SUBSTITUTES





  5. to ratify employment for the 2012-2013 school year, as follows:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    SALARY

    PRO-RATA

    Bruno, Jacqueline
    11-209-100-106-33-000

    Teacher's Aide/LM

    09/04/12-
    06/30/13

    $23,961
    n/a

    High, Lori
    11-212-100-106-38-000

    Teacher's Aide/PLC

    09/04/12
    06/30/13
    $23,961
    n/a

    Haberman, Alice
    11-000-217-106-10-000

    Teacher's Aide/BTHS

    09/04/12
    06/30/13
    $23,961 n/a

     Porrata, Lana
    11-000-217-106-10-000

    Teacher's Aide/BTHS
    09/04/12
    06/30/13
    $23,961 n/a
    Castle, Diane
    11-000-217-106-10-000

    Teacher's Aide/BTHS

     09/04/12
    06/30/13
    $23,361
     n/a
     Zaleski, Barbara
    11-209-100-106-33-000

    Teacher's Aide/LM 4 Hr

    09/04/12-
    09/20/12
    $13,680 $889
    Filik, Karen
    11-215-100-106-39-000

    Teacher's Aide/ EEC 4 Hr

    09/04/12-
    06/30/13
    $13,680
     n/a


  6. to approve employment, as follows:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    SALARY

    PRO-RATA

    Coyle, Brenda
    11-130-100-101-20-000

    LRMS/Grade 8

    10/01/12-
    06/30/13

    MA+30
    Step 13
    $68,416

    $61,916

     Gomes, Carrie
    11-000-251-104-00-000

    Admin/Accountant/
    Accounts Payable Specialist

    09/21/12-
    06/30/13

    $52,000

    $40,400

    Barresi, Jonathan
    11-000-240-104-03-000
    District Testing Coordinator
    09/21/12-
    06/30/13
    $82,000
    $63,391
     Zucconi, Susan
    60-910-310-110-67-000

    Food Svc Wrkr/BTHS
    4 Hr
    09/24/12-
    06/30/13
    $7,980 $7,382
    Keating, Susan
    11-000-221-102-03-000
    Educational Specialist
    09/21/12-
    06/30/13
    $398.23   Per Diem not to exceed $70,885
    n/a
     Bolandi, Ronald
    11-000-251-104-00-001
    Director of Human Resources
    10/01/12-
    06/30/13
    $486.72   Per Diem not to exceed $84,203
     n/a
     Tschinkel, Brendan
    11-000-270-160-66-003
    Trans/Mechanic Diesel
    09/21/12-
    06/30/13
    $42,000
    $32,469
     Tonetti, Joseph
     65-990-330-110-68-000
    DP/B.E.S.T Site Supervisor
    09/21/12-
    06/30/13
    $13 Per Hr
     n/a
     Bradley, Shannon
    65-990-330-110-68-000
    Substitute B.E.S.T Site Supervisor
    09/21/12-
    06/30/13
    $11.50 Per Hr
    n/a
     60-910-310-110-67-001
    Williscroft, Laura

     Keyboarding Clk/TA 09/21/12
    not to exceed 15 days 
    $11.90 Per Hour  n/a
    ACCOUNTANT/ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SPECIALIST
    DISTRICT TESTING COORDINATOR
    EDUCATIONAL SPECIALIST
    DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES



  7. to ratify leaves of absence as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    TYPE OF LEAVE

    EFFECTIVE

    PAY/BENEFITS

    Horochovic, Colleen

    PLC/Teachers Aide
    Leave of Absence
    09/07/12
    (1 day)
    W/O Pay, W/Benefits
     Buccino, Wendi
    EHY/Grade 3
    FMLA 09/04/12-
    10/15/12
    W/O Pay, W/Benefits
     Gilsenan, Jill
    Trans/Bus Attendant
    FMLA 09/01/12-
    10/29/12
    W/O Pay, W/Benefits
     Gillespie, Doris
    LRMS/Teachers Aide
    FMLA 09/01/12-
    11/30/12
    W/O Pay, W/Benefits



  8. to ratify a change in a leave of absence, as follows:

    NAME

    LEAVE FROM

    LEAVE TO

    PAY/BENEFITS

    Tirpack, Christina

    FMLA
    09/04/12-
    12/06/12

    FMLA
    09/07/12-
    12/11/12

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits




  9. to rescind a Leave of absence for Carol Koziol, previously approved on August 16, 2012.



  10. to approve leaves of absence, as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    TYPE OF LEAVE

    EFFECTIVE

    PAY/BENEFITS

    Rappaport, Golda

    LRMS/VMES
    Speech

    FMLA

    01/17/13-
    02/28/13

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits

     Pokol, Scott

    BMHS/Custodial Worker

    Military LOA

    10/26/12
    (1 day)
    11/16/12
    (1 day)
    12/07/12
    (1 day)

    W/Pay, W/Benefits





  11. to approve leave replacements, as follows:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    SALARY

    PRO-RATA

    Carlucci, Andrea

    DP/Grade 1

    01/28/13-
    06/30/13

    $51,396

    $26,469

    Dugan, Kelly

    VMMS/Grade 6 LA/SS

    11/12/12-
    12/14/12

    $51,396

    $6,425





  12. to ratify a correction in salary guide, as follows:

    NAME

    FROM

    TO

    EFFECTIVE

    Capestro, Cara

    MA
    Step 3
    $53,211

    BA+30
    Step 3
    $53,211

    09/01/12-
    06/30/13



  13. to ratify changes in salary, as follows:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    FROM

    TO

    PRO-RATA

    Pepe, Ralph

    VMMS/Custodial Worker

    08/20/12-
    06/30/13

    $23,558

    $24,083
    Add $525 Black Seal

    $455



  14. to ratify changes in hours, as follows:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    EFFECTIVE

    FROM

    TO

    SALARY

    Gares, Theresa
    11-000-270-160-66-002

    09/01/12-
    06/30/13
    School Bus Driver 5 Hr
    School Bus Driver 6 Hr

    $16,081

     Kish, Maryann
    11-000-270-107-66-002
    09/01/12-
    06/30/13
    School Bus Attendant 6 Hr
     School Bus Attendant 8 Hr
    $18,992
    Mount, Linda
    11-000-270-160-66-002
    09/01/12-
    06/30/13
    School Bus Driver 5 Hr
    School Bus Driver 6 Hr
    $16,081
     Stephenson, Margaret
    11-000-270-160-66-002
    09/01/12-
    06/30/13
    School Bus Driver 5 Hr
    School Bus Driver 6 Hr
    $16,081



  15. to ratify salaries for BTEA Staff (Teachers and Teachers Aides) for the 2012-2013 school year, as attached:
    TEACHERS
    TEACHERS AIDES




  16. to ratify salaries for the TWU Staff for the 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 school year, as attached:
    11-12 SCHOOL YEAR
    11-12 & 12-13 ADJUSTMENTS 
    12-13 SCHOOL YEAR 



  17. to ratify an intermittent leave of absence for Mary Carey as Human Resources Supervisor (Clerk 4) from 09/04/12-02/04/13, subject to the appointment of Confidential Secretary to the Business Administrator, as follows:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    SALARY

    PRO-RATA

    Carey, Mary
    11-000-251-105-00-000

    Admin/Confidential Secretary to the Business Administrator

    09/04/12-
    06/30/13

    $65,000

    $53,500

    CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY TO THE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR





  18. to approve twelve Brick Township Public School teachers to participate in the Abigail Adams/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:

    NAME/SCHOOL

    NAME/SCHOOL

    Mosley, Earl/BMHS

    Dalton, Patricia/BMHS

    Rivera, Lisette/BMHS

    Trembulak, Thomas/VMMS

    St. Jean, Darren/BMHS

    Camburn, Kristine/LRMS

    Winward, Susan/BMHS

    Hoband, Denise/LRMS

    Pazmino, Charles/BMHS

    Readel, Carol/EHY

    Kurasz, Suzanne/VMES

    Powell, Catherine/VMES

    TENTATIVE DATES ARE

    09/29/12, 10/27/12, 12/08/12, 01/12/13, 02/23/13, 03/09/13, 05/18/13 
    SUMMER FIELD STUDY 06/22/13 THRU 06/28/13  




  19. to ratify the agreement between the Brick Township Association of Non-Certificated Supervisors and Administrative Secretaries and the Brick Township Board of Education.


  20. to ratify salaries for the Brick Township Association of Non-Certificated Supervisors and Administrative Secretaries, as attached:  Updated 9/18/12
    10-11 Salaries 
    11-12 Salaries 
    12-13 Salaries 



  21. to approve employment for Athletic Trainers, as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL

    TITLE

    ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION

    Barber, James

    BTHS

    Athletic Trainer

    $8,625

    Penrod, Susan

    BMHS

    Athletic Trainer

    $8,625




  22. to rescind employment to Schedule "D", as follows:

    NAME

    SCHOOL

    TITLE

    Stapp, Faith

    BMHS
    11th Grade Advisor


  23. to approve employment to Schedule "C" & "D", as attached: to be added 9/18/12
    Schedule "C" & "D"


  24. to approve changes in title, as follows:

    NAME

    EFFECTIVE

    FROM

    TO

    SALARY

    McKenna, Anita

    09/21/12-
    06/30/13

    Keyboarding Clk 2/PA

    Keyboarding Clk 2/RA

    No change in salary

    Rosamilia, Lisa

    09/21/12-
    06/30/13

    Keyboarding Clk 2/PA

    Keyboarding Clk 2/RA

    No change in salary

    Schaufele, Marilyn

    09/21/12-
    06/30/13

    Keyboarding Clk 2/PA

    Keyboarding Clk 2/RA

    No change in salary

    McKelvey, Peter

    09/21/12-
    06/30/13

    Heating & A/C Mechanic/PA

    Heating & A/C Mechanic/RA

    No change in salary

     Stutler, Deborah
    10/01/12-
    06/30/13
    Keyboarding Clk 3/EHY
    11-000-240-105-31-000
    Principal Account Clerk/PLC
    60-910-310-110-67-000
    $31,472
    Pro-rata
    $23,362



  25. to ratify and/or approve changes in employment, as follows: updated 9/18/12

    NAME

    EFFECTIVE

    FROM

    TO

    SALARY

    Bogan, Anthony

    09/01/12-
    06/30/13

    11-000-270-160-66-002
    School Bus Driver

    11-000-270-161-66-005
    School Bus Driver/Spec Ed

    No change in salary

    Cohen, Gregory

    09/01/12-
    06/30/13

    11-000-270-161-66-005
    School Bus Driver/Spec Ed

    11-000-270-160-66-002
    School Bus Driver

    No change in salary

    Miktus, Gail

    09/01/12-
    06/30/13

    11-000-270-160-66-002
    School Bus Driver

    11-000-270-161-66-005
    School Bus Driver/Spec Ed

    No change in salary

    Thorne, Harry

    09/01/12-
    06/30/12

    11-000-270-161-66-005
    School Bus Driver/Spec Ed

    11-000-270-160-66-002
    School Bus Driver

    No change in salary

    Nedeau, Robert
    09/21/12-
    06/30/13
    11-000-270-160-66-003
    Senior Mechanic

    11-000-270-160-66-003
    Mechanic Diesel
    $42,000
    Pro-Rata
    $32,469

     Muench, Amy
    09/21/12-
    06/30/13
    11-000-270-160-66-001
    Keyboarding Clk 2/Trans
    11-000-262-105-64-000
    Keyboarding Clk 2/Facilities
    no change in salary

     

  26. to rescind employment to summer programs, as follows:

    NAME

    TITLE

    PROGRAM

    Russo, Joanne

    Teacher’s Aide

    Extended School Year

    Warzynski, Brenda

    Teacher’s Aide

    Beadleston



  27. to approve employment for the Fall Challenger League per agreement with POAC, as follows:

    ACCOUNT NUMBER

    NAME

    SEASON

    STIPEND

    11-402-100-104-44-010

    Esposito, Kristine

    Fall

    $1,500




  28. to ratify an amendment to the Agreement between The Brick Township Board of Education and The Brick Township Education Association, 2012-2015, as follows:

    SCHEDULE

    PAGE/ARTICLE

    FROM

    TO

    EFFECTIVE

    E

    42/F

    Child Study Team Members
    $49

    Child Study Team Members
    $62

    07/01/12-
    06/30/15



  29. to ratify and/or approve transfers of staff, as follows: updated 9/18/12

    NAME

    FROM

    TO

    EFFECTIVE

    SALARY

    Higginson, Cheryl

    BTHS/Main Office
    11-000-211-105-10-000

    BTHS/Guidance
    11-000-218-105-10-000

    09/01/12-
    06/30/13

    No change in salary

    Granquist, Barbara

    BTHS/Guidance
    11-000-218-105-10-000

    BTHS/Main Office
    11-000-211-105-10-000

    09/01/12-
    06/30/13

    No change in salary

     LaRaia, Patricia
    LRMS/Teacher's Aide
    11-000-217-106-20-000
    OSB/Teacher's Aide
    11-000-217-106-35-000
    09/06/12-
    06/30/13
    no change in salary
     Zaleski, Barbara
    LM/Teacher's Aide/4 Hr
    11-209-100-106-33-000

    LRMS/Teacher's Aide
    11-000-217-106-20-000
    09/21/12-
    06/30/13

    $23,361
     Pro-Rata
    $21,843




  30. to ratify salaries charged to the No Child Left Behind Grant for the 2012-2013 school year, as attached:
    NCLB SALARIES


  31. to ratify additional days for summer employment for Child Study Team Members as attached:  added motion 9/20/12
    Summer 2012 CST Additional Days







BOARD COMMENT: HUMAN RESOURCES

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: HUMAN RESOURCES

 

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

 

BOARD COMMENT

 

PUBLIC COMMENT

 

CALENDAR

DATE

                             EVENT

September 26, 2012 Yom Kippur, Schools Closed
   
 October 5, 2012  Professional Day, No School for Students
   
 October 8, 2012  Columbus Day, Schools Closed
   
October 18, 2012 Regular Meeting, BTHS, 7:00 PM
   

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