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.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

  1. JULY 25, 2013 - REGULAR MEETING

  2. JULY 25, 2013 - EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS

  1. COMMUNICATIONS & PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT COMMITTEE

  2. CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION COMMITTEE

  3. FACILITIES COMMITTEE

  4. FINANCE COMMITTEE

  5. HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE

  6. NEW JERSEY SCHOOL BOARDS DELEGATE

  7. GARDEN STATE COALITION DELEGATE

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

 

CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION - The Superintendent recommends that the Board approve the following items.

  1. To approve Field Trips, as attached:
    ELEMENTARY

    SECONDARY

  2. To approve Workshops, as required by the School District Accountability Act, as attached
    WORKSHOPS

  3. To approve placements of college students for Student Teaching, Field Experiences, Classroom Observations, Internships and Externships, as attached:
    COLLEGE STUDENT PLACEMENTS


  4. To approve the "Math in our World", Second Edition text book for fourth year students at both Brick Memorial and Brick Township High Schools. 



  5. To ratify the Ocean County PIC Program Non-Financial Agreement, as attached:
    NON FINANCIAL AGREEMENT


  6. To approve the Uniform State Memorandum of Agreement between Education and Law Enforcement Officials for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT



  7. To approve on first reading Policy 6142.16, Anti-Big Brother Act - Student Use of District-Owned Electronic Devices. 
    POLICY 6142.16

  8. To approve on first reading Policy 5118.1, Illegal Admissions, as attached:
    POLICY 5118.1

  9. To approve on first reading Policy 9271, Conflict of Interest, as attached:
    POLICY 9271

  10. To approve on first reading Policy 5118, Non Resident Students, as attached:
    POLICY 5118

  11. To approve on first reading Policy 5131, Code of Student Conduct, as attached:
    POLICY 5131

  12. To approve the Brick Township Board of Educations Goals and Objectives for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

BOARD COMMENT: CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

 

OPERATIONS - The Superintendent recommends that the Board approve the following items.

  1. To approve budget transfers, as attached:
    JUNE 2013
    JULY 2013-2014


  2. To accept revised Board Secretary's and Treasurers reports for June 2013, as attached:
    BOARD SECRETARY'S REPORT JUNE 2013
    TREASURERS REPORT JUNE 2013



  3. To accept the Board Secretary's and Treasurer of School Monies Reports for July 2013, as attached:
    BOARD SECRETARY'S REPORT
    TREASURER'S REPORT



  4. 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, 2013.


  5. 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, 2013, 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.


  6. To approve the payment of vouchers, as attached:
    REGULAR CHECKS
    COMMERCE PAYMENTS
    WIRE PAYMENTS
    HAND CHECKS
    PAYROLL JULY 2013


  7. To approve the Use of School District Facilities Reports, as attached:
    CHARGEABLE USE OF FACILITIES
    NON CHARGEABLE USE OF FACILITIES


  8. To identify the attached 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, (items to be sold on govdeals.com or a similar type of online service), as attached:
    SURPLUS



  9. To ratify Out of District Student Placements, as attached:
    COLLIER HS 1
    NEPTUNE 3
    NEPTUNE 4
    NEPTUNE 5
    CPC BEHAVIORAL 1
    THE ALPHA SCHOOL 1
    THE ALPHA SCHOOL 2
    THE ALPHA SCHOOL 3
    THE ALPHA SCHOOL 4
    THE ALPHA SCHOOL 5
    THE ALPHA SCHOOL 6
    THE ALPHA SCHOOL 7
    THE ALPHA SCHOOL 8
    THE ALPHA SCHOOL 9
    THE EDUCATION ACADEMY 2
    BANCROFT 1


  10. To approve contract for Out of District Student Placements, as attached:
    NEPTUNE 1
    NEPTUNE 2
    THE EDUCATION ACADEMY 1
    POINT PLEASANT BOROUGH 

  11. To accept a donation of $500 to Brick Memorial High School from the Patricia Murphy School of Irish Dance.


  12. To accept a donation of $1,864 to Brick Memorial High School from Jostens.


  13. To accept a donation of 48 Inspiron Notebooks for Drum Point Road Elementary School valued at $22,669.44, from the Drum Point Road PTA.


  14. To accept a donation of outdoor tables and benches for Herbertsville Elementary School valued at $4,607.44, from the Herbertsville PTA.


  15. To ratify an addendum to Healthy Vending Company, as attached:
    HEALTHY VENDING


  16. To approve change orders, as attached:
    WHL 2
    MIDCOAST MECHANICAL

  17. To approve a resolution to award the bids for Cafeteria Products, as follows:

    RESOLUTION
    CAFETERIA PRODUCTS
     


    WHEREAS, the bids were received, opened publicly and read aloud on August 8, 2013, and
    WHEREAS, the results were reviewed and approved by the Business Administrator and Board Attorney,
    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education award the bid for the Cafeteria Products and Cleaning Supplies, as follows:

    VENDOR

    ITEM

    COST

    Cream-O-Land Dairies

    Milk Products

    $227,920.55

    Jack and Jill

    Ice Cream

    $  33,612.00

    Pechter's

    Bread

    $128,725.50

    Domino's  Pizza  $158,250.00 
    Camden Bag & Paper Company Products & Cleaning Supplies $107,167.38
    EcoLab Dish Machine & Pot Sink Cleaning Supplies $  15,407.38



  18. To approve a resolution for the Brick Township Board of Education to purchase Electric Generation Services through the Alliance for Competitive Energy Services (“ACES”), as follows:

    RESOLUTION
    ELECTRIC GENERATION SERVICES
    ALLIANCE FOR COMPETITIVE ENERGY SERVICES ("ACES") 


    WHEREAS, the Alliance For Competitive Energy Services (hereinafter referred to as “ACES”), an alliance composed of the New Jersey School Boards Association (hereinafter referred to as “NJSBA”), the New Jersey Association of School Administrators, and the New Jersey Association of School Business Officials, will from time to time during the Effective Period as defined below solicit bids from electric power suppliers for electric generation services through an energy aggregation program in which NJSBA will act as Lead Agency of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System #E8801-ACESCPS in accordance with the “Public School Contracts Law”, N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-1 et seq., and  the Electric Discount and Energy Competition Act, N.J.S.A. 48:3-49 et seq. (“EDECA”) and the regulations promulgated thereunder; and
    WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education is a Participating member of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System and is eligible thereby to obtain electric generation services for its own use through one or more contracts to be awarded to electric power suppliers following said bids for electric generation services pursuant to the aggregation program; and
    WHEREAS, the Lead Agency will from time to time during the Effective Period (from date of adoption through May, 2018 hereinafter referred to as “Effective Period”) issue one or more Requests for Bids for electric generation services on behalf of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System pursuant to the Public School Contracts Law and EDECA; and
    WHEREAS, due to significant volatility and the potential for price increases in the wholesale electric market, Participating Members will preauthorize the Lead Agency to award contracts for Electric Generation Service in each service territory to one or more electric power suppliers that submit bids which are reasonably forecasted to provide estimated savings to the Participating Member based upon its previous electric usage and utility provided Basic Generation Service rates; and  
    WHEREAS, the Lead Agency will only award contracts for said electric generation services to electric power suppliers that submit bids with pricing reasonably estimated to be lower than the utility-provided basic generation service; and
    WHEREAS, the District agrees to purchase all electric power needed for its own use (exclusive of on-site electric generation sources) during the Effective Period through any electric power supplier(s) awarded a contract, it being understood that the term of any one contract shall be subject to the provisions of Public School Contracts Law;
    WHEREAS, the Lead Agency will notify the Department of Community Affairs’ Division of Local Government Services by mail prior to the issuance a Request for Bids for electric generation services, with the understanding that if the Division of Local Government Services does not respond within 10 business days, it will be deemed to have approved the issuance of the Request for Bids or the Request for Rebids.
    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the District binds itself to the ACES Cooperative Pricing System ##E8801-ACESCPS to purchase all electric power needed for its own use (exclusive of on-site electric generation sources) during the Effective Period from the electric power supplier or suppliers awarded a contract for electric generation services by the Lead Agency; and, be it
    FURTHER RESOLVED that the Lead Agency of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System is hereby authorized to execute a master performance agreement that obligates the district to purchase electricity at the terms and conditions stated therein with a third-party supplier or suppliers who have been awarded the contract or contracts by the Lead Agency on behalf of the participating members of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System #E8801-ACESCPS (or any CPS number to be assigned in the future), and provided further that all such contracts shall be at prices reasonably forecast and estimated by the Lead Agency to provide savings to the Districts relative to the price charged for basic generation service by the electric public utility that would otherwise provide such service; and, be it
    FURTHER RESOLVED that ACES is authorized to continue to bid to obtain electric generation services at any time during the Effective Period on behalf of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System including, for example, a rebid if energy market conditions do not initially lead to a successful bid, on additional dates to be determined by the Lead Agency; and
    FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.  The authorization provided to the NJSBA pursuant to the Local Public Contracts Laws (N.J.S.A. 40A:11-11(5)), and the Local Public and Public School Contracts Laws Administrative Code (N.J.A.C. 5:34-7.1 et seq.) shall be valid until May, 2018 (the Effective Period) at which time the Cooperative Pricing System will be subject to renewal.  Any rescission or expiration of this resolution shall not affect any Agreements entered into prior to such rescission or expiration.


  19. To approve a resolution for the Brick Township Board of Education to purchase Natural Gas Services through the Alliance for Competitive Energy Services (“ACES”), as follows:

    RESOLUTION
    NATURAL GAS
    ALLIANCE FOR COMPETITIVE ENERGY SERVICES 


    WHEREAS, the Alliance For Competitive Energy Services (hereinafter referred to as “ACES”), an alliance composed of the New Jersey School Boards Association (hereinafter referred to as “NJSBA”), the New Jersey Association of School Administrators, and the New Jersey Association of School Business Officials, will from time to time during the Effective Period as defined below solicit bids from natural gas suppliers for retail natural gas supply services including interstate transportation to the local natural gas distribution utility company (Natural Gas Supply Services) through an energy aggregation program in which NJSBA will act as Lead Agency of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System #E8801-ACESCPS in accordance with the “Public School Contracts Law”, N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-1 et seq., and  the Electric Discount and Energy Competition Act, N.J.S.A. 48:3-49 et seq. (“EDECA”) and the regulations promulgated thereunder; and
    WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education is a Participating member of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System and is eligible thereby to obtain natural gas services for its own use through one or more contracts to be awarded to natural gas suppliers following said bids for natural gas services pursuant to the aggregation program; and
    WHEREAS, the Lead Agency will from time to time during the Effective Period (from date of adoption through May, 2018, hereinafter referred to as “Effective Period”) issue one or more Requests for Bids for natural gas services on behalf of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System pursuant to the Public School Contracts Law and EDECA; and
    WHEREAS, due to significant volatility and the potential for price increases in the wholesale natural gas market, Participating Members will preauthorize the Lead Agency to award contracts for Natural Gas Supply Service in each service territory to one or more natural gas suppliers that submits bids which are reasonably forecasted to provide estimated savings to the Participating Member based upon its previous natural gas usage and utility provided Basic Gas Supply Service rates; and  
    WHEREAS, the Lead Agency will only award contracts for said Natural Gas Supply Services to natural gas suppliers that submit bids with pricing reasonably estimated to be lower than the utility-provided basic gas supply service; and
    WHEREAS, the District agrees to purchase all Natural Gas Supply Services for its own use during the Effective Period through any natural gas supplier(s) awarded a contract, it being understood that the term of any one contract shall be subject to the provisions of Public School Contracts Law; and
    WHEREAS, the Lead Agency will notify the Department of Community Affairs’ Division of Local Government Services by mail prior to the issuance a Request for Bids for natural gas supply services, with the understanding that if the Division of Local Government Services does not respond within 10 business days, it will be deemed to have approved the issuance of the Request for Bids or the Request for Rebids.
    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the District binds itself to the ACES Cooperative Pricing System ##E8801-ACESCPS to purchase all natural gas supply services needed for its own use during the Effective Period from the natural gas supplier or suppliers awarded a contract for natural Gas supply services by the Lead Agency; and, be it           
    FURTHER RESOLVED that the Lead Agency of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System is hereby authorized to execute a master performance agreement that obligates the district to purchase natural gas at the terms and conditions stated therein with a third-party supplier or suppliers who have been awarded the contract or contracts by the Lead Agency on behalf of the participating members of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System #E8801-ACESCPS (or any CPS number to be assigned in the future), and provided further that all such contracts shall be at prices reasonably forecast and estimated by the Lead Agency to provide savings to the districts relative to the price charged for basic gas supply service by the natural gas public utility that would otherwise provide such service; and, be it
    FURTHER RESOLVED that ACES is authorized to continue to bid to obtain natural gas services at any time during the Effective Period on behalf of the ACES Cooperative Pricing System including, for example, a rebid if energy market conditions do not initially lead to a successful bid, on additional dates to be determined by the Lead Agency; and
    FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution shall take effect immediately upon passage.  The authorization provided to the NJSBA pursuant to the Local Public Contracts Laws (N.J.S.A. 40A:11-11(5)), and the Local Public and Public School Contracts Laws Administrative Code (N.J.A.C. 5:34-7.1 et seq.) shall be valid until May, 2018 (the Effective Period) at which time the Cooperative Pricing System will be subject to renewal.  Any rescission of this resolution shall not affect any Agreements entered into prior to such rescission or expiration. 


  20. To approve the Start Up Cash for the Cafeteria Operations for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    START UP CASH


  21. To authorize Design Resources Group to amend the District's currently approved Long Range Facilities Plan and submit all required documents to the New Jersey Department of Education for the Midstreams Elementary School Roof Project and Osbornville Elementary School HVAC Upgrades and Window Replacement.

     

  22. To ratify settlement agreements for the following students, as listed:

    STUDENT ID #

    1283

    4672

    4690

    1921


  23. To approve the applications for Dual Use of Educational Space for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    DUAL USE OF EDUCATIONAL SPACE APPLICATION (Osbornville #19)
    DUAL USE OF EDUCATIONAL SPACE APPLICATION (Osbornville #23)


  24. To ratify changes in Aetna PPO dental rates, as listed:

    PLAN

    EMPLOYEE

    EMPLOYEE & CHILDREN

    EMPLOYEE & SPOUSE

    FAMILY

    AETNA PPO

    $25.28

    $62.69

    $62.69

    $62.69

     

  25. To approve a resolution for School Facilities Projects, as follows:

    WHEREAS, the Board of Education of Brick Township, in the County of Ocean, New Jersey (the “Board”), desires to proceed with school facilities projects consisting generally of:

     

    BRICK TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION GRANT PROJECTS

    LOCATION

    Partial Window Replacement (3,200 SF)

    BMHS

    Replace Exterior Doors

    BMHS

    Provide Building Chiller Unit/HVAC Roof Top Unit at Main Gym

    BMHS

    Replace Fire Alarm System

    BTHS

    Partial Window Replacement (6,200 SF)

    LRMS

    Replace Exterior Doors

    LRMS

    Replace Exterior Doors

    DP

    Partial Window Replacement (5,000 SF)

    DP

    Replace Fire Alarm System

    DP

    Replace Fire Alarm System

    EHY

    Replace Fire Alarm System

    HERB

    Replace Exterior Doors

    HERB

    Partial Window Replacement (6,325 SF)

    LM

    Partial Window Replacement (5,500 SF)

    MIDS

    Partial Window Replacement (2,270 SF)

    OSB

    Replace Fire Alarm System l

    OSB

    Boiler Replacement

    OSB

    Replace Exterior Doors

    VMES

    Partial Window Replacement (4,325 SF)

    VMES

    Replace Fire Alarm System

    VMES

    Partial Window Replacement (6,000 SF)

    VMMS

    WHEREAS, the Board now seeks to take the initial steps in order to proceed with the Projects:

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Education of Brick Township, in the County of Ocean, State of New Jersey, as follows:

    Section 1.  In accordance with the requirements of Section 6A:26-3 of the New Jersey Administrative Code, the Board hereby approves the Educational Specifications and the Project Application prepared in connection with the Project(s) and the Board further authorizes the submission of same to the Ocean County Superintendent of Schools and the New Jersey Department of Education for approval.

    Section 2.  In accordance with the requirements of Section 6A:26-3 of the New Jersey Administrative Code, the Board hereby approves the Schematic Plans and Cost Estimates prepared in connection with the Project(s) and the Board further authorizes the submission of same to the Ocean County Superintendent of Schools and the New Jersey Department of Education for approval.   If required, the Board further authorizes the submission of the Schematic Plans to the Municipal Planning Board for its review.

    Section 3.  The Board hereby authorizes the amendment to its Long-Range Facilities Plan in order to reflect the proposed Project.

    Section 4.  The School Administration and such other officers and agents of the Board as are necessary, including the Board Attorney, Bond Counsel and Architect, are hereby authorized to perform such other acts, to execute such other documents and to do such other things as are necessary to implement the determinations of the Board set forth in this resolution; including the submission of Information to the New Jersey Department of Education as set forth in Section 5 (d) of P.L. 2000, c72 in connection with receipt of a ROD 4 Grant with respect to the proposed Project(s).

     Section 5. This resolution shall take effect immediately.



  26. To ratify additional legal services with Schwartz, Simon, Edelstein & Celso for $17,071.30 for the 2012-2013 school year.


  27. To approve and accept the New Jersey Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund Grant Award in the amount of $1,909,000.00, as attached:
    NJ Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund Grant Award

  28. To ratify the sale of Solar Renewable Energy Certificates, as attached:
    LaRosa Green Houses, LLP
    Spectron Energey Inc


  29. To approve a Resolution for School Social Worker Case Management Services, as follows: 

    RESOLUTION
    SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    DELTA T

    WHEREAS, there exist a need for School Social Worker Case Management 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, N.J.S.A.18A:18A.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:

    1. That Delta T, be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education to said position.

    2. This appointment is made in accordance with the Request for Proposal dated May 14, 2013 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.

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

    4. The fee for services shall be as per the negotiated proposal, as attached:
    DELTA T

    5. The duration of the appointment shall be from September 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014.

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

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

     


  30. To approve a Resolution for School Psychologist Case Management Services, as follows:

    RESOLUTION
    SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    DELTA T

    WHEREAS, there exist a need for School Psychologist Case Management 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, N.J.S.A.18A:18A.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:

    1. That Delta T, be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education to said position.

    2. This appointment is made in accordance with the Request for Proposal dated May 14, 2013 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.

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

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

    DELTA T

    5. The duration of the appointment shall be from September 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014.

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

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

     

      

BOARD COMMENT: OPERATIONS

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: OPERATIONS

 

HUMAN RESOURCES - The Superintendent recommends that the Board approve the following items.

  1. To approve Substitute Athletic Trainers, Bus Drivers, Bus Aides, Nurses, and Cafeteria Workers, as attached:
    SUBSTITUTES 


  2. To approve the rehiring of Substitutes Teachers and Substitute Teacher Aides, as attached:
    SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS
    SUBSTITUTE TEACHER AIDES


  3. To accept, with regret, retirements, as listed:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXPERIENCE

    Higginson, Cheryl

    BTHS/Keyboarding Clerk 2

    09/01/13

    11 Years 5 Months

    Sutter, Ronald BTHS/Assistant Principal 02/01/14 16 Years 2 Months
    Cali, Dale TRANS/School Bus Driver 02/01/14 25 Years 3 Months



  4. To accept, with regret, resignations as listed:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXPERIENCE

    Greco, Maureen

    LRMS/Food Service Worker 3.5 Hrs

    09/01/13

    6 Years 8 Months

    DeSante, Maryann VMES/Food Service Worker 5 Hr 09/01/13 12 Years 11 Months
    Warner, Wendy PLC/Occupational Therapist 09/01/13 3 Years



  5. To approve leaves of absence, as listed:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    TYPE OF LEAVE

    EFFECTIVE

    PAY/BENEFITS

    Bray, Kristine

    BMHS/Guidance

    NJFLA

    09/01/13-12/02/13

    W/O Pay, W/O Benefits

    Cappetta Adria

    DP/Media Specialist

    NJFLA

    09/01/13-
    10/07/13

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits

    Esposito, Kristine

    BTHS/English

    FMLA

    09/01/13-
    10/14/13

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits

    Snell, Heather

    LRMS/BSI

    NJFLA

    09/01/13-
    10/07/13

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits

    Dalton, Patricia

    BMHS/Special Ed

    FMLA

    Leave of Absence
    NJFLA

    09/19/13-
    10/18/13
    10/21/13-
    12/06/13
    12/09/13-
    03/14/14

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits
    W/O Pay, W/O Benefits
    W/O Pay, W/Benefits

    D’Erasmo, Jennifer

    VMES/MD

    FMLA

    09/26/13-
    01/06/14

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits

    Smith, Angela

    BTHS/Guidance

    FMLA

    NJFLA

    12/16/13-
    01/10/14
    01/13/14-
    03/28/14

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits
    W/O Pay, W/Benefits

    Rossi, Kristine

    DP/Grade 2

    FMLA

    12/20/13-
    03/27/14

    W/O Pay, W/Benefits

    Reilly, Diane EHY/BMHS
    Nurse
    FMLA 09/01/13-
    09/24/13
    W/O Pay, W/Benefits


  6. To ratify a change in a leave of absences, as listed:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    TYPE OF LEAVE

    EFFECTIVE

    PAY/BENEFITS

    Pokol, Scott

    BMHS/Custodial Worker

    Military

    08/03/13-
    08/23/13

    W/Pay, W/Benefits




  7. To approve a resignation from Schedule "C", as listed:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    POSITION

    Mastandrea, John

    BTHS/Student Council




  8. To approve employment to Schedule "C", as listed:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    SCHOOL/TITLE

    STIPEND

    McCabe, Kaitlyn

    BMHS/Cross Country Boys

    $8,625

    Heitman, Ronald

    LRMS/Drama

    $1,416

    Biancella, Erin BTHS/Student Council $4,262


  9. To approve changes in employment, as listed:

    NAME/SCHOOL/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    FROM

    TO

    EFFECTIVE

    SALARY

    Keiser, Monica/DP
    60-910-310-110-67-000

    Food Service Wrkr/4 Hr

    Food Service Wrkr/3.5 Hr

    09/01/13-
    06/30/14

    $8,682

    Nash, Christina/MIDS
    60-910-310-110-67-000

    Food Service Wrkr/4 Hr

    Food Service Wrkr/4.5 Hr

    09/01/13-
    06/30/14

    $12,450

    D’Angelo, Maria/EHY
    60-910-310-110-67-000

    Food Service Wrkr/4.5 Hr

    Food Service Wrkr/5 Hr

    09/01/13-
    06/30/14

    $14,019

    Durkin, Valerie/BMHS
    60-910-310-110-67-000

    Sr. Food Service Wrkr

    Cook/MIDS

    09/01/13-
    06/30/14

    $23,573

    DeRosa, Peter
    60-910-310-110-67-000
    Truck Driver/6.25 Hrs Truck Driver/8 Hrs 09/01/13-
    06/30/14
    $26,268
    Dedreux, Diana
    11-000-270-160-66-002
    School Bus Driver/6 Hr School Bus Driver/8 Hr 09/01/13-
    06/30/14
    $22,307
    Mount, Linda
    11-000-270-160-66-002
    School Bus Driver/6 Hr School Bus Driver/8 Hr 09/01/13-
    06/30/14
    $22,307
    Porcaro, Robert
    11-000-270-160-66-002
    School Bus Driver/6 Hr School Bus Driver/5 Hr

    09/01/13-
    06/30/14
     

    $13,942
    Weber, John
    11-000-270-160-66-002
    School Bus Driver/6 Hr School Bus Driver/8 Hr 09/01/13-
    06/30/14
    $22,307




  10. To approve employment for the B.E.S.T Program Staff for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    2013-2014 B.E.S.T Staff



  11. To approve transfers of staff, as attached:
    TEACHING TRANSFERS
    TEACHER AIDE TRANSFERS



  12. To ratify additional hours for each summer painter through August 31, 2013, as listed:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    TITLE

    SALARY

    Testa, Fred
    11-000-261-109-64-003

    Head Painter

    $15.00 Per Hour, not to exceed $1,050

    Bermingham, Matthew
    11-000-261-109-64-003

    Painter

    $13.46 Per Hour, not to exceed $942.20

    Shaughnessy, John
    11-000-261-109-64-003

     

    Painter

    $13.46 Per Hour, not to exceed $942.20





  13. To ratify compensation for Bedside Instruction, as listed:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    EFFECTIVE

    AMOUNT

    Volk, Concetta
    11-150-100-101-03-000

    07/17/13-
    07/30/13
    One Student (9140)

    $846



  14. To approve salaries for the Cafeteria, Transportation and Teachers Aides for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    CAFETERIA
    TRANSPORTATION
    TEACHER AIDES


  15. To approve Job Descriptions, as attached:
    ACADEMIC OFFICER
    EDUCATIONAL SPECIALIST

  16. To approve employment of Non-Public personnel, and salary allocations of Title I and Title II, as attached:
    Non-Public Schools Personnel
    NCLB Salaries


  17. To ratify corrections in salaries for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    SALARY CORRECTIONS
     


  18. To approve corrections in salaries for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    SALARY CORRECTIONS



  19. To ratify an employment contract for James W. Edwards, Jr., School Business Administrator/Board Secretary for the  2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    JAMES W. EDWARDS, JR.


  20. To approve employment for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    EMPLOYMENT


  21. To ratify payment for services provided for "Grease" held at BMHS, as listed:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    POSITION

    STIPEND

    Bettys, Kevin
    11-401-100-101-16-000

    Musical Director

    $2,000

    Penrod, Andrew
    11-401-100-101-16-000

    Conductor

    $1,000



  22. To approve custodial assignments for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    CUSTODIAL ASSIGNMENTS


  23. To ratify corrections in account numbers, as listed:

    NAME AND/OR PROGRAM

    FROM

    TO

    2013 Freshman Super Start Program, funded through Title 1

    20-233-100-101-03-000

    20-233-100-101-03-001

    2013 ELL Jump Start Program, funded through Title 3

    20-243-100-101-03-000

    20-233-100-101-03-001

    Jacobs, Cheryl/School Bus Driver 11-000-270-160-66-000 11-000-270-161-66-005
    Dorando, Richard/School Bus Driver 11-000-270-160-66-002 11-000-270-161-66-005
    Burke, Barbara/School Bus Driver 11-000-270-160-66-002  11-000-270-161-66-005
    Jacobs, Peter/School Bus Driver 11-000-270-160-66-002  11-000-270-161-66-005
    Provinzano, Karen/School Bus Driver 11-000-270-160-66-005  11-000-270-161-66-002
    King, Michael/School Bus Driver 11-000-270-160-66-005 11-000-270-161-66-002



  24. To approve a Coordinator of Guidance for the 2013-2014 school year, as listed:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    SCHOOL

    AMOUNT

    EFFECTIVE

    Biancella, Erin
    11-000-218-104-10-000

    BTHS

    $2,000

    09/01/13


  25. To ratify employment of the Educational Specialist for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    EDUCATIONAL SPECIALIST


  26. To amend and supplement the June 27, 2013 approval and appointment of Andrew Morgan to reflect the correct title of Interim Director of Special Services for a term of July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014 at an annual salary of $98,000 and to authorize the execution of an Agreement for such services, as attached:
    INTERIM DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL SERVICES


  27. To approve corrections to the contract for the Academic Officer, as attached:
    ACADEMIC OFFICER


  28. To approve a Webmaster for the 2013-2014 school year, as listed:

    NAME

    SCHOOL

    SALARY

    Paxton, Gary

    LRMS

    In Lieu of Duty




  29. To ratify a transfer of staff for 2013-2014 school year, as listed:

    NAME

    FROM

    TO

    EFFECTIVE

    Panuska, Peter

    BMHS/Assistant Principal
    11-000-240-103-01-016

    BTHS/Assistant Principal
    11-000-240-103-01-010

    08/26/13-
    06/30/14





  30. To ratify an account number for the 2013-2014 school years, as listed:

    NAME/ACCOUNT NUMBER

    FROM

    TO

    EFFECTIVE

    Kavanagh, Marianne
    11-000-240-103-01-016

    HS/Assistant Principal

    BMHS/Assistant Principal

    08/26/13-
    06/30/14




  31. Deleted

  32. To approve Athletic Event Workers for the 2013-2014 school year, as attached:
    BMHS AND VMMS
    BTHS AND LRMS


  33. To approve a volunteer to Schedule "C", as listed:

    NAME

    SCHOOL/ACTIVITY

    Leech, Edward

    BTHS/Football

    *Pending Paperwork

 

BOARD COMMENT: HUMAN RESOURCES

  

PUBLIC COMMENT: HUMAN RESOURCES

 

BOARD COMMENT

 

PUBLIC COMMENT

 

CALENDAR


 

DATE

EVENT

SEPTEMBER 2, 2013

LABOR DAY – SCHOOLS CLOSED

SEPTEMBER 3, 2013

FIRST DAY – STAFF ONLY

SEPTEMBER 4, 2013

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL – STAFF AND STUDENTS

SEPTEMBER 5, 2013

ROSH HASHANAH – SCHOOLS CLOSED

SEPTEMBER 6, 2013

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT – NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS.

SEPTEMBER 26, 2013

REGULAR MEETING – BTHS 7:00 PM

ADJOURNMENT

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