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.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

RESOLUTION TO ENTER CLOSED SESSION

WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education("Board") has been formed pursuant to applicable New Jersey statutes, and
WHEREAS, the Board is charged with the responsibility of performing all acts and doing all things consistent with law and the rules of the State Board of Education, necessary for the lawful and proper conduct, equipment and maintenance of the public schools and public school property of the Brick Township School District, and
WHEREAS, Section 7 of the Open Public Meetings Act (N.J.S.A. 10:4-12) permits the exclusion of the public ("Executive Session") from a meeting of the Board in certain circumstances, and
WHEREAS, the Board has determined that circumstances exist for such an Executive Session, and
WHEREAS, the Board has found the action described below to be necessary and proper,
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Board on June 25, 2015 that:
    1. The public shall be excluded from discussion of and action on the Executive Session herein set forth.
    2. The session will be approximately 45 minutes and the general nature of the subject matter to be discussed is as follows:
Five Student Matters with regard to Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying, Two Special
Education Settlement Agreements. and Personnel Matters

    3. It is anticipated at this time that the above stated subject matter will be made public if and when it is deemed to be in the public interest to do so and the need for confidentiality is no longer required by the Board. 

PRESENTATIONS

  • SPRING SPORTS RECOGNITION

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

  1. MAY 28, 2015 - EXECUTIVE SESSION

  2. MAY 28, 2015 - REGULAR MEETING

  3. JUNE 8, 2015 - SPECIAL MEETING

COMMITTEE REPORTS

  1. CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION COMMITTEE 

  2. FACILITIES COMMITTEE         

  3. FINANCE COMMITTEE             
        
  4. HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE

  5. POLICY COMMITTEE

  6. NEW JERSEY SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION DELEGATE

  7. GARDEN STATE COALITION DELEGATE

INTERIM SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

 

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

  1.  To approve Field Trips, as attached:
    FIELD TRIPS



  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:
    STUDENT PLACEMENTS


  4. To approve the Memorandum of Understanding between the Barnabas Health Institute for Prevention (DART Coalition of Ocean County) and the Brick Township Board of Education for implementation of the Lead & Seed Program at each high school, as attached:
    MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING


  5. To approve submission of the attached District Improvement Plan as required by QSAC to address missed indicators in DPR areas where the district received less than 80% of the eligible points to the NJDOE by July 1, 2015. Revised 06/24/15
    DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT PLAN

BOARD COMMENT: CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION

 

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

  1. To approve budget transfers, as attached:
    MAY TRANSFERS
    JULY TRANSFERS


  2. To accept the Board Secretary's and Treasurer of School Monies Reports, as attached: Revised 06/25/15
    BOARD SECRETARY'S REPORT
    TREASURER'S REPORT



  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 May 31, 2015.



  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 May 31, 2015 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 approve the payment of vouchers, as attached:
    REGULAR CHECKS
    COMMERCE PAYMENTS
    WIRE PAYMENTS


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



  7. 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


  8. To ratify terminations of Out of District Student placements, as attached:
    RUGBY
    CCMC



  9. To ratify Out of District Student Placements, as attached:
    BANCROFT



  10. To approve Out of District Student Placements, as attached:
    CCMC 1
    CCMC 2
    CCMC 3
    CCMC 4
    CCMC 5
    CCMC 6
    CCMC 7
    HAWKSWOOD 1
    HAWKSWOOD 2
    HAWKSWOOD 3
    HAWKSWOOD 4
    HAWKSWOOD 5
    HAWKSWOOD 6
    HAWKSWOOD 7
    HAWKSWOOD 8
    HAWKSWOOD 9
    REGIONAL DAY
    REGIONAL DAY AIDE
    RUGBY 1
    RUGBY 2
    RUGBY 3
    RUGBY 4
    COLLIER 1
    COLLIER 2
    COLLIER 3
    COLLIER 4
    COLLIER 5


  11. To approve Petty Cash in the amount of $250 per location for the 2015-2016 school year, as attached:
    2015-2016 PETTY CASH


  12. To approve a Non-Fair and Open Resolution for a Provider of Legal Counsel Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS,
    there exists a need for Legal Counsel 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 Brick Township 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-5a(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, N.J.A.C. 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, as follows:
    1. That Berry, Sahradnik, Kotzas & Benson, be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education to said position.
    2. This appointment is made without competitive bidding 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 as a Non-Fair and Open contract in accordance with N.J.S.A. 19A:44A-20.26.
    3. The fee for services shall not exceed $179,800.00, as per the attached agreement:
    BERRY, SAHRADNIK, KOTZAS & BENSON
    4. The duration of this appointment shall be for the 2015-2016 school year.
    5. A copy of this resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press required by law within ten days after its passage.
    6. A certified copy of this resolution, together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.



  13. To approve a Non-Fair and Open Resolution for a Provider of Labor Attorney Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS, 
    there exists a need for Labor Attorney 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 Brick Township 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-5a(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, N.J.A.C. 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, as follows:
    1. That Schwartz, Simon, Edelstein & Celso, be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education to said position.
    2. This appointment is made without competitive bidding 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 as a Non-Fair and Open contract in accordance with N.J.S.A. 19A:44A-20.26.
    3. The fee for services shall be $165.00 Per Hour, not to exceed $4,950.00.
    4. The duration of this appointment shall be from July 1, 2015 through July 31, 2015.
    5. A copy of this resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press required by law within ten days after its passage.
    6. A certified copy of this resolution, together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.


  14. To approve a Resolution for Psychiatrist Services, as follows:
    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, 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:23A5-2(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 Dr. Matthew Schiff 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 20, 2015 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. 29A:44A-20.26.
    4. The fee for services shall be $300 Per Evaluation, not to exceed $9,900 as per the negotiated proposal, as attached:
    DR. MATTHEW SCHIFF
    5. The duration of this appointment shall be from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016.
    6. A copy of this 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 for inspection.



  15. RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF BRICK IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, NEW JERSEY DETERMINING TO ACQUIRE AND TO FINANCE EQUIPMENT BY MEANS OF A LEASE PURCHASE FINANCING IN AN AMOUNT NOT EXCEEDING $475,000, AUTHORIZING THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS TO FINANCE THE EQUIPMENT, DELEGATING THE AWARD OF THE BID, AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF THE LEASE AND RELATED DOCUMENTS AND AUTHORIZING OTHER ACTIONS NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE TRANSACTION

                WHEREAS, The Board of Education of the Township of Brick in the County of Ocean, New Jersey (the "Board") is created and is charged by law with the responsibility of providing a system of public education within the school district over which it has jurisdiction and to acquire equipment therefor; and

                WHEREAS, the Board has determined to fund the acquisition of textbooks and instructional materials, including financing and all incidental or related costs (the "Equipment") by means of a lease purchase financing for a term that does not exceed three (3) years pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 18A:20-4.2(f), N.J.S.A. 18A:20-4.2(h) and N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-1 et. seq.; and

                WHEREAS, the Board has selected the Phoenix Advisors, as financial advisor (the “Financial Advisor”) and McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC, as special counsel (the "Special Counsel”) for the purpose of advising and assisting with the proposed lease purchase financing of the Equipment; and

                WHEREAS, in accordance with the procedures set forth in N.J.S.A 18A:18A-1 et. seq. (“Public School Contract Law”) and the regulations promulgated thereunder, a notice of the bid will be published and bids are scheduled to be returned to the Business Administrator/Board Secretary, who, with the assistance of the Special Counsel and the Financial Advisor, will determine the lowest responsive and responsible bidder to purchase the lease from the Board (hereinafter referred to as the “Purchaser”); and

                WHEREAS, the Board will enter into a lease purchase agreement (the “Lease”) and other related documents with the Purchaser in an amount not to exceed $475,000 to finance the Equipment; and

                WHEREAS, the Board desires to authorize the delegation of the award of the bid to the Business Administrator/Board Secretary and further authorizes the Board President, Business Administrator/Board Secretary, Financial Advisor and Special Counsel to prepare and to execute the Lease and certain other documents and agreements necessary or incidental to the transactions contemplated thereby;

                NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF BRICK IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, as follows:

                Section 1.        The Board hereby determines to finance the Equipment by means of a lease purchase financing in a principal amount not exceeding $475,000 in accordance with the requirements of the Public School Contracts Law.  The Business Administrator/Board Secretary, the Financial Advisor, the Special Counsel and other appropriate representatives of the Board (the "Professionals") are hereby authorized to prepare the necessary timetables and bid documents and other related documents as may be necessary and to take other steps necessary to prepare for and to implement the proposed financing.

                Section 2.        The Board hereby authorizes the publication of the request for bid in accordance with the requirements of the Public School Contracts Law in order to prepare for the proposed transaction.

                Section 3.        The Board President and/or the Business Administrator/Board Secretary are authorized to award the bid and the Lease to the lowest bidder in accordance with the bid proposals submitted to the Business Administrator/Board Secretary, which winning bid proposal will be retained on file in the Business Administrator/Board Secretary’s office.  The Purchaser’s interest rate will be held fixed for a period of thirty (30) days from the date of the bid.  If the closing does not occur within thirty (30) days for the date of the bid, the interest rate will be calculated in accordance with the index rate established by the Financial Advisor and set forth in the bid specifications.

    Section 4.        The Board President and/or the Business Administrator/Board Secretary are hereby authorized to negotiate, execute and deliver, subject to the review of Special Counsel, the Lease, an agent or an escrow agreement, an assignment agreement, if necessary, and such other documents as may be necessary to consummate the transaction. Specifically the Board authorizes the Board President or the Business Administrator/Board Secretary to establish an escrow account for the deposit of the lease proceeds and to direct the deposit and investment of the lease proceeds in the escrow for the term of the lease in accordance with the requirements of law. The Board hereby authorizes and directs the Board President or the Business Administrator/Board Secretary to approve any changes, additions, or deletions to the Lease or such other documents as may, in the judgment of Special Counsel, be necessary or advisable, such approval to be evidenced by the execution of the Lease or such other documents by the Board President or the Business Administrator/Board Secretary. The Business Administrator/Board Secretary is also authorized to pay any agreed upon fees of the escrow agent, if any.  The Board President and/or Business Administrator/Board Secretary are also authorized and directed to take on behalf of the Board such other actions as shall be necessary and appropriate to accomplish the lease purchase financing for the Equipment in accordance with the terms of the lease and this resolution and pursuant to the terms of the agreements and instruments authorized to be prepared hereby and to accomplish the performance of the obligations of the Board in respect thereto.

    Section 5.        The payment of rent or other monies due under the Lease shall be made only from the General Fund of the Board.  Neither the Board nor any agency, department or political subdivision thereof shall be obligated to pay any sum to the Purchaser under the Lease from any taxing source for the payment of any sums due under the Lease unless an appropriation is made in a duly approved budget of the Board.  The obligations of the Board shall not constitute indebtedness of the Board or of the Township of Brick or of any department, agency or political subdivision thereof.  The Lease shall set forth the term of the lease purchase agreement for the Equipment, the rental payments to be paid by the Board in respect thereof and the dates on which such rent shall be due and payable.

                Section 6.        The Board hereby covenants that it will comply with any conditions subsequent imposed by the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”), in order to preserve the exemption from taxation of interest on the Lease, including the requirement to rebate all net investment earnings on the gross proceeds above the yield on the Lease, if applicable.

                Section 7.        The Board authorizes the Business Administrator/Board Secretary to act and determine on behalf of the Board whether the Lease will be designated as “bank qualified” within the meaning of Section 265 of the Code. The Board hereby declares its intent to issue the lease in the expected maximum principal amount of the Lease set forth herein and to use the proceeds of the Lease to pay or reimburse expenditures for the costs of the purpose for which the Lease is authorized herein.  This resolution is a declaration of intent within the meaning and for the purposes of Treasury Regulations Section 1.150-2 or any successor provisions of federal income tax law.

                Section 8.        This resolution shall take effect immediately.



  16. RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF BRICK IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, NEW JERSEY DETERMINING TO ACQUIRE AND TO FINANCE EQUIPMENT BY MEANS OF A LEASE PURCHASE FINANCING IN AN AMOUNT NOT EXCEEDING $2,240,000, AUTHORIZING THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS TO FINANCE THE EQUIPMENT, DELEGATING THE AWARD OF THE BID, AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION OF THE LEASE AND RELATED DOCUMENTS AND AUTHORIZING OTHER ACTIONS NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE TRANSACTION

                WHEREAS, The Board of Education of the Township of Brick in the County of Ocean, New Jersey (the "Board") is created and is charged by law with the responsibility of providing a system of public education within the school district over which it has jurisdiction and to acquire equipment therefor; and

                WHEREAS, the Board has determined to fund the acquisition installation of various technology and equipment, including but not limited to, desktops, laptops, a public address system, telephone upgrade, switch accessories, video surveillance cameras, projectors, radios, soundfield systems, new card access, printers, copies, paper-cutters, and various ancillary technology equipment and related consulting services, including financing and all incidental or related costs (the "Equipment") by means of a lease purchase financing for a term that does not exceed five (5) years pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 18A:20-4.2(f), N.J.S.A. 18A:20-4.2(h) and N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-1 et. seq.; and

                WHEREAS, the Board has selected the Phoenix Advisors, as financial advisor (the “Financial Advisor”) and McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC, as special counsel (the "Special Counsel”) for the purpose of advising and assisting with the proposed lease purchase financing of the Equipment; and

                WHEREAS, in accordance with the procedures set forth in N.J.S.A 18A:18A-1 et. seq. (“Public School Contract Law”) and the regulations promulgated thereunder, a notice of the bid will be published and bids are scheduled to be returned to the Business Administrator/Board Secretary, who, with the assistance of the Special Counsel and the Financial Advisor, will determine the lowest responsive and responsible bidder to purchase the lease from the Board (hereinafter referred to as the “Purchaser”); and

                WHEREAS, the Board will enter into a lease purchase agreement (the “Lease”) and other related documents with the Purchaser in an amount not to exceed $2,240,000 to finance the Equipment; and

                WHEREAS, the Board desires to authorize the delegation of the award of the bid to the Business Administrator/Board Secretary and further authorizes the Board President, Business Administrator/Board Secretary, Financial Advisor and Special Counsel to prepare and to execute the Lease and certain other documents and agreements necessary or incidental to the transactions contemplated thereby;

                NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF BRICK IN THE COUNTY OF OCEAN, as follows:

                Section 1.        The Board hereby determines to finance the Equipment by means of a lease purchase financing in a principal amount not exceeding $2,240,000 in accordance with the requirements of the Public School Contracts Law.  The Business Administrator/Board Secretary, the Financial Advisor, the Special Counsel and other appropriate representatives of the Board (the "Professionals") are hereby authorized to prepare the necessary timetables and bid documents and other related documents as may be necessary and to take other steps necessary to prepare for and to implement the proposed financing.

                Section 2.        The Board hereby authorizes the publication of the request for bid in accordance with the requirements of the Public School Contracts Law in order to prepare for the proposed transaction.

                Section 3.        The Board President and/or the Business Administrator/Board Secretary are authorized to award the bid and the Lease to the lowest bidder in accordance with the bid proposals submitted to the Business Administrator/Board Secretary, which winning bid proposal will be retained on file in the Business Administrator/Board Secretary’s office.  The Purchaser’s interest rate will be held fixed for a period of thirty (30) days from the date of the bid.  If the closing does not occur within thirty (30) days for the date of the bid, the interest rate will be calculated in accordance with the index rate established by the Financial Advisor and set forth in the bid specifications.

    Section 4.        The Board President and/or the Business Administrator/Board Secretary are hereby authorized to negotiate, execute and deliver, subject to the review of Special Counsel, the Lease, an agent or an escrow agreement, an assignment agreement, if necessary, and such other documents as may be necessary to consummate the transaction. Specifically the Board authorizes the Board President or the Business Administrator/Board Secretary to establish an escrow account for the deposit of the lease proceeds and to direct the deposit and investment of the lease proceeds in the escrow for the term of the lease in accordance with the requirements of law. The Board hereby authorizes and directs the Board President or the Business Administrator/Board Secretary to approve any changes, additions, or deletions to the Lease or such other documents as may, in the judgment of Special Counsel, be necessary or advisable, such approval to be evidenced by the execution of the Lease or such other documents by the Board President or the Business Administrator/Board Secretary. The Business Administrator/Board Secretary is also authorized to pay any agreed upon fees of the escrow agent, if any.  The Board President and/or Business Administrator/Board Secretary are also authorized and directed to take on behalf of the Board such other actions as shall be necessary and appropriate to accomplish the lease purchase financing for the Equipment in accordance with the terms of the lease and this resolution and pursuant to the terms of the agreements and instruments authorized to be prepared hereby and to accomplish the performance of the obligations of the Board in respect thereto.

    Section 5.        The payment of rent or other monies due under the Lease shall be made only from the General Fund of the Board.  Neither the Board nor any agency, department or political subdivision thereof shall be obligated to pay any sum to the Purchaser under the Lease from any taxing source for the payment of any sums due under the Lease unless an appropriation is made in a duly approved budget of the Board.  The obligations of the Board shall not constitute indebtedness of the Board or of the Township of Brick or of any department, agency or political subdivision thereof.  The Lease shall set forth the term of the lease purchase agreement for the Equipment, the rental payments to be paid by the Board in respect thereof and the dates on which such rent shall be due and payable.

                Section 6.        The Board hereby covenants that it will comply with any conditions subsequent imposed by the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”), in order to preserve the exemption from taxation of interest on the Lease, including the requirement to rebate all net investment earnings on the gross proceeds above the yield on the Lease, if applicable.

                Section 7.        The Board authorizes the Business Administrator/Board Secretary to act and determine on behalf of the Board whether the Lease will be designated as “bank qualified” within the meaning of Section 265 of the Code. The Board hereby declares its intent to issue the lease in the expected maximum principal amount of the Lease set forth herein and to use the proceeds of the Lease to pay or reimburse expenditures for the costs of the purpose for which the Lease is authorized herein.  This resolution is a declaration of intent within the meaning and for the purposes of Treasury Regulations Section 1.150-2 or any successor provisions of federal income tax law.

                Section 8.        This resolution shall take effect immediately.

  17. To approve a Resolution Authorizing Contracts with certain approved CO-OP Vendors for contracting units.
    WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education, may be resolution and without advertising for bids, purchase any goods or services under New Jersey Cooperative Purchasing Program; and
    WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education has the need on a timely basis to purchase goods or services utilizing CO-OP's and
    WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education intends to enter into contracts with the attached referenced CO-OP Vendors through this resolution and properly executed contracts, which shall be subject to all the conditions applicable to the current contracts,
    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Brick Township Board of Education authorizes the Purchasing Agent to purchase certain goods or services from those approved CO-OP Vendors on the attached list, pursuant to all conditions of the individual CO-OP's and
    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the duration of the contracts between the Brick Township Board of Education and the referenced CO-OP Vendors shall be from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016.
    EDUCATIONAL DATA SERVICES COMMISSION 
    MIDDLESEX REGIONAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES COMMISSION
    MORRIS COUNTY EDUCATIONAL SERVICES COMMISSION
    HUNTERDON COUNTY EDUCATIONAL SERVICES COMMISSION
    GARDEN STATE CO-OP
    STAFFORD TOWNSHIP CO-OP 
    OCEAN COUNTY CO-OP




  18. To approve a Resolution authorizing contracts with certain approved state contract vendors, as follows:
    WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education 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 the attached Referenced State Contract Vendors through this resolution and properly executed contracts, which shall be subject to all the conditions applicable to the current State contracts;
    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Brick Township Board of Education authorizes the Purchasing Agent to purchase certain goods or services from those approved New Jersey State Contract Vendors on the Attached list, pursuant to all conditions of the individual State contracts; and
    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, 
    that the duration of the contracts between the Brick Township Board of Education and the Referenced State Contract Vendors shall be from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016.
    STATE CONTRACT VENDORS

  19. To ratify an Amendment to the Flexible Benefits Plan, as attached:
    AMENDMENT

  20. To approve a change order credit with Concord Engineering, as attached:
    CONCORD - BTHS ELECTRICAL UPGRADES


  21. To approve a change in the July Public Meeting date, as per the attached:
    PUBLIC MEETING DATES

  22. To approve a settlement agreement for student #2206.

  23. To approve a settlement agreement for student #2131.


  24. To approve a Resolution for Employment Physician Services, as follows: Updated 06/23/15
    WHEREAS, there exists a need for Employment Physician 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 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 Meridian Occupational Health 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 June 23, 2015 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. 29A:44A-20.26.
    4. The fee for services shall be as per the negotiated proposal, not to exceed $14,250, as attached:
    MERIDIAN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
    5. The duration of this appointment shall be from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016.
    6. A copy of this Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required within ten (10) days after its passage.
    7. A certified copy of Resolution, together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.


  25. To approve Agreements with Hobsons (Naviance) for BMHS  and BTHS for the 2015-2016 school year, as attached: Updated 06/23/15
    HOBSONS (NAVIANCE) BTHS
    HOBSONS (NAVIANCE) BMHS



  26. To approve an agreement with PMA Management Corp for a Third Party Workers Compensation Administrator for the 2015-2016 school year, as attached:
    PMA MANAGEMENT

  27. To approve premiums with State National to provide Workers Compensation Re-Insurance for the 2015-2016 school year, as recommended by the Workers Compensation Consultant William H. Connolly, LLC, in the amount of $55,361 with the District holding the first $1,000,000 of each and every claim.

  28. To approve the submission to the NJ Department of Education by Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission, Non-Public Department an increase in the number of students receiving Chapter 192 Compensatory Education Services and the total amount of funding for those students for the 2014-2015 school year, as attached:
    CHAPTER 192


  29. To approve submission of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act - Part B Application for Fiscal Year 2016 and accept the grant award of the funds upon subsequent approval to the Fiscal Year 2016 IDEA-B Application, as follows:

     

    PUBLIC

    NON-PUBLIC

    BASIC

    $ 2,494,361

    $ 114,889

    PRE-SCHOOL

    $      97,776

         -0-




  30. To approve the submission of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act-No Child Left Behind Consolidated Subgrant Application for Fiscal Year 2016 and accept the grant award of funds upon subsequent approval of the Fiscal Year 2016 ESEA-NCLB application, as follows:

     

    PUBLIC

    NON-PUBLIC

    TITLE IA

    $ 1,000,099

    -0-

    TITLE IIA

    $     260,713

    $ 18,872

    TITLE III

    $      38,387

    -0-




  31. To approve a Non-Fair and Open Resolution for a Provider of Therapeutic Mental Health Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS, there exists a need for Therapeutic Mental Health 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 Brick Township 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-5a(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, N.J.A.C. 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, as follows:
    1. That Effective School Solutions, be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education to said position.
    2. This appointment is made without competitive bidding 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 as a Non-Fair and Open contract in accordance with N.J.S.A. 19A:44A-20.26.
    3. The fee for services shall not exceed $534,960.00 as per the attached agreement:
    EFFECTIVE SCHOOL SOLUTIONS
    4. The duration of this appointment shall be for the 2015-2016 school year.
    5. A copy of this resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press required by law within ten days after its passage.
    6. A certified copy of this resolution, together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.



  32. To accept checks in the amount of $250.00 from Braces @ Brick for Drum Point Road, Emma Havens Young, Herbertsville, Osbornville  and Veterans Memorial Elementary Schools.


  33. To accept checks Target for Emma Havens Young Elementary School $225 and $350 for Osbornville Elementary School.

BOARD COMMENT: OPERATIONS

 

PUBLIC COMMENT: OPERATIONS

 

HUMAN RESOURCES - DOCTRINE OF NECESSITY

RESOLUTION OF THE BRICK TOWNSHIP

BOARD OF EDUCATION, COUNTY OF OCEAN,

STATE OF NEW JERSEY, INVOKING THE

DOCTRINE OF NECESSITY

WHEREAS, the School Ethics Act, N.J.S.A. 18A:12-21 et seq., was enacted by the New Jersey State Legislature to ensure and preserve public confidence in school board members and school administrators, and to provide specific ethical standards to guide their conduct; and

WHEREAS, questions arose regarding how a Board should invoke the Doctrine of Necessity when a quorum of a Board of Education has conflicts of interest on a matter required to be voted upon; and

WHEREAS, the School Ethics Commission (“Commission”) provided guidance in Public Advisory Opinion A03-9 (April 1, 1998); and

WHEREAS, the opinion sets forth that, when it is necessary for a Board to invoke the Doctrine of Necessity, the Board should state publicly that it is doing so, the reason that such action is necessary, and the specific nature of the conflicts of interest; and

WHEREAS, the School Ethics Commission, by resolution dated February 25,2003, clarified and required a Board of Education invoking the Doctrine of Necessity to adopt a resolution setting forth that the Board is invoking the Doctrine, the reason for doing so, and the specific nature of the conflicts of interest; and

WHEREAS, the School Ethics Commission further directed Boards of Education that invoke the Doctrine to read the resolution at a regularly scheduled public meeting, post it where it posts public notices for thirty (30) days, and provide the Commission with a copy; and

WHEREAS, the State Department of Education promulgated N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-

6.2, which places additional standards and restrictions upon the ability of a board member to vote

on a particular issue; and

WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education desires to take action on the following items:

1.      To approve a contract with the District Educational Specialist for the 2015-16 school year;

2.      To approve a contract with the District Testing Coordinator and Data Analyst for the 2015-16 school year; and

WHEREAS, the Board Attorney has reviewed the State regulations and the advisory decisions of the Commission and determined board member conflicts prohibit three members of the Board from voting on these matters; and

WHEREAS, the three board member conflicts are as follows:

1. John Barton’s wife is a teacher in the school district;

2. Michael Conti’s wife is a teacher in the school district; and

3. Frank Pannucci’s sister is a teacher in the school district

WHEREAS, Brick Township Board of Education currently consists of six (6) members due to a vacancy; and

WHEREAS, the inability of the these board members to vote on above matters, results in the lack of a quorum; and

WHEREAS, in order to vote on the above matters the Board desires to invoke the Doctrine of Necessity, in accordance with the procedures established by the Commission.

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

1.         As the three Board members listed above are prohibited from voting on the contract matters set forth above, the Board hereby invokes the Doctrine of Necessity in order to vote on these matters.

2.         This resolution shall be read at a regular meeting scheduled by the Board and be posted on the Board’s website.

3.         That a copy of this resolution shall be forwarded to the School Ethics Commission.

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

  1. To accept, with regret retirements, as listed: Updated 06/24/15

    Name

    Location/Title

    Effective

    Brick Experience

    1.

    Phair, Joan

    MIDS/Teacher’s Aide

    01/01/17

    13 years/4 months

    2.

    Corduan, Carol

    MIDS/Teacher’s Aide

    06/16/17

    15 years/2 months

    3.

    Licandro, Camille

    DP/Teacher’s Aide

    11/01/15

    25 years/ 1month

    4.

    Lutkiewicz, Linda

    BTHS/Keyboarding Clerk 3

    07/01/15

    26 years/1 month

     5. Ramirez, Jose LRMS/Assistant Principal 09/01/15 17 years/ 7 months

  2. To approve change to retirement, as listed:

    Name

    Location/Title

    Original Date

    Revised Date

    1.

    Gialanella, Carol

    LRMS/Science & Language Arts

    07/01/16

    12/31/15


  3. To approve resignations , as listed:

    Name

    Location/Title

    Effective

    Brick Experience

    1.

    Schmidt, Adrienne

    Special Services/ Clerk 3

    07/10/15

    9 years/ 4 months

    2.

    Biancella, Erin

    BTHS/Guidance Counselor

    06/30/15

    4 years/ 10 months

    3.

    Lash, Kim

    LRMS/School Nurse

    06/30/15

    2 years/ 10 months


  4. To ratify resignations, as listed: 

    Name

    Location/Title

    Effective

    Brick Experience

    1.

    Brady, Matthew

    EHY/Music Instrumental Teacher

    06/19/15

    2 years/10 months

    2.

    Van Strein, Marisa

    VMMS/Language Arts

    06/19/15

    12 years/ 10 months

  5. To approve employment for the SY 15-16 as listed:

    Name

    Location/Title

    Effective

    Salary(Pending Negotiations)

    1.

    Berrios, Maria

    OSB/Keyboarding Clerk 1

    07/01/15-06/30/16

    $21,855

    2.

    Chang, Maria

    LRMS/Custodial Worker

    07/01/15-06/30/16

    $23,558

    3.

    Scimone, Agatina

    BMHS/ Spanish

    09/01/15-06/30/16

    $54,996

    BA Step 7

    4.

    Russell, Deborah

    BTHS/ Spanish

    09/01/15-06/30/16

    $53,896

    BA Step 6

    5.

    Celona, Dawn

    BTHS/Guidance

    08/01/15-06/30/16

    $52,211

    BA+30 Step 1


  6. To approve changes to employment, pending negotiations, as listed: Updated 06/24/15

    Name

    From (Title/Location)

    To (Title/Location)

    Effective

    Salary (Pending Negotiations)

    1.

    Blair, Patricia

    Senior Food Service Worker

    Cook

    09/01/15-06/30/16

    $24,289

    2.

    D’Angelo, Maria

    Food Service Worker

    Senior Food Service Worker

    09/01/15-06/30/16

    $18,182

    3.

    Porter, Patricia

    Central Admin/Clerk 1

    Central Admin/ Clerk 3

    07/01/15-06/30/16

    $25,237

     4. Johnson, Joann LM/Keyboarding Clerk 3 BMHS/ Principal Account Clerk 07/01/15-06/30/16 $30,472

  7. To ratify the attached list of teachers for days worked on creation of curriculum in specified areas, days to be fulfilled by June 30, 2015, $105 per day using Title II funds, as attached: Updated 06/23/15
    Curriculum Work 

  8. To approve the attached list of teachers to work on development of an updated county-wide curriculum framework, $40 per hour for 6 hours of work per day using Title II funds, as attached: Updated 06/23/15
    County Curriculum Work 

  9. To ratify payment for services for BMHS Spring Production of "Drowsy Chaperone", as listed:

    Name

    Location/Title

    Effective

    Stipend

    1.

    Bettys, Kevin

    BMHS/Drama/Music Director Spring

    02/26/15-03/01/15

    $2,000

    2.

    Penrod, Andrew

    BMHS/Drama/Conductor Spring

    02/26/15-03/01/15

    $1,000


  10. To approve change in SYSOP stipend for SY 14-15, as listed:

    Name

    School

    From

    To

    1.

    Gokcen, Jessica

    MIDS

    $972

    $777


  11. To ratify SYSOP stipend for SY 14-15, as listed:

    Name

    School

    Stipend

    Effective

    1.

    Dattolo, Jenna

    WHW

    $97

    06/01/15


  12. To approve IT Summer Employees for SY 15-16, as listed:

    Name

    Location

    Hourly Rate

    Not to Exceed

    1.

    Voorhees, Ethan

    IT

    $15/hour

    200 hrs/$3,000

    2.

    Chen, Kuilong

    IT

    $15/hour

    150 hrs/$2,250


  13. To approve SYSOPS/WEBMASTERS  for SY 15-16, pending negotiations, as attached:
    SYSOP/WEBMASTERS

  14. To rescind employment for teacher's aides for BASE Camp, as listed:

    Name

    1.

    Kleissler, Lisa

    2.

    Mohwinkle,  Kimberly


  15. To approve additional list of teacher's aides for BASE Camp SY 15-16, pending negotiations, as listed:

    Last Name

    First Name

    Title

    Total HRS

    $ per hour

    Not to exceed

    Dymerski

    Sharon

    Paraprofessional

    120

    19

    $2,280

    Scott

    Nicole

    Paraprofessional

    120

    19

    $2,280

    DiPaola

    Mike

    Paraprofessional

    120

    19

    $2,280

    Lusby

    Bernice

    Paraprofessional

    120

    19

    $2,280

    Tomi

    Pamela

    Paraprofessional

    120

    19

    $2,280


  16. To approve revised list of Child Study Team Hours, pending negotiations, for SY 15-16, as attached:
    Child Study Team Hours

  17. To approve tenured teacher, pending negotiations, for SY 15-16, as listed:

    Name

    Title

    Location

    Salary

    1.

    Cucinotti, Amanda

    School Psychologist

    MIDS

     $55,811

  18. To approve substitute nurses for BASE Camp, $25 per hour pending negotiations, for SY 15-16, as listed: Updated 06/23/15

    Last Name

    First Name

    1

    Moscato

    Maria

    2

    Straniero

    Colleen


  19. To approve substitute teachers for BASE Camp, $13 per hour pending negotiations, for SY 15-16, as listed: Updated 06/23/15

     

    Last Name

    First Name

    1

    McGreevey

    Samantha

    2

    Bright

    James

    3

    Manley-Forte

    Ellen

    4

    Giardina

    Katherine

    5

    Decher

    Sarah

    6

    Warren

    Michelle

    7

    Powell

    Cathy

    8

    Bossard

    Cynthia

    9

    Kayatin

    Michelle

    10

    Mortenson

    Cassandra

    11

    Swanson

    Christine

    12

    Ferullo

    Stevan

    13

    DiPaola

    Michael


  20. To approve substitute teacher's aides for BASE Camp, $8 per hour pending negotiations, as listed: Updated 06/23/15

     

    Last Name

    First Name

    1

    Sinclair

    Lisa

    2

    Carlson

    Christina

    3

    Patella

    Stacy

    4

    Hobbs

    Susan

    5

    Hobbs

    Stephanie

    6

    Aldiero

    Nicholas

    7

    Powell

    Cathy

    8

    Sandor

    Deborah

    9

    Burdge

    Pamela

    10

    Kleissler

    Lisa

    11

    Bright

    James

    12

    Obenauer

    Tracy

    13

    VanWagenen

    Ann

    14

    Blair

    Patricia

    15

    Christiani

    Tamara

    16

    Decher

    Sarah

    17

    Castellano

    Ann


  21. To approve substitute child study team for BASE Camp, $75 per day pending negotiations, as listed: Updated 06/23/15

     

    Last Name

    First Name

    1

    Graham

    Ryan

    2

    Goforth

    Marsha

    3

    Todaro

    Jaime

    4

    Romano

    Kelly

    5

    McGreevey

    Samantha

    6

    Graham

    Ryan

    7

    Bright

    James

    8

    Steinbach

    Jennifer

    9

    Manley-Forte

    Ellen

    10

    Christiani

    Tamara

    11

    Decher

    Sarah

    12

    Warren

    Michelle

    13

    Powell

    Cathy

    14

    Bossard

    Cindy

    15

    Kayatin

    Michelle

    16

    LoBuono

    Jocelyn

    17

    Popp

    Kathryn

    18

    Paturzo

    Rene

    19

    Bauer

    Sharon

    20

    DeCesare

    Christine

    21

    Aldiero

    Nicholas

    22

    Hobbs

    Stephanie

    23

    Mortenson

    Cassandra

    24

    Wersinger

    Nicole

    25

    Sammarco

    Amy

    26

    Ferullo

    Stevan

    27

    Carlson

    Christina

    28

    Ehlers

    Diane

    29

    Jones

    Tracee


  22. To approve Transportation Summer Master Schedule, pending negotiations, for SY 15-16, as attached:
    Summer Master Schedule

  23. To approve Transportation Summer Substitute Driver/Bus Attendant list, pending negotiations, for SY 15-16, as attached:
    Summer Substitutes

  24. To approve list of revised teacher transfers, pending negotiations, for SY 15-16; as attached: Updated 06/24/15
    Teacher Transfers

  25.  To approve BMHS Detention Monitors for SY 15-16, as listed:

    Name

    1

    Loveland, Susan

    2

    Thompson, David

    3

    Pearce, Kristine

    4

    Petrulla, Bridget


  26. To approve additional BASE Camp teachers SY 15-16, pending negotiations, as listed:

     Last Name

    First Name

    Title

    Total Hours

    Hourly Rate

    Not to Exceed

    1

    Swanson

    Christine

    Teacher Base Camp

    120

    49

    $5,880

    2

    Lau

    Michelle

    Teacher Base Camp

    120

    49

    $5,880

    3

    Wehner

    Jeanette

    Teacher Base Camp

    120

    49

    $5,880

    4

    Rivera

    Nichole

    Teacher Base Camp

    120

    49

    $5,880

    5

    Byrne

    Brian

    Teacher Base Camp

    120

    49

    $5,880

  27. To approve IT Staff to work Board Of Education meetings on a rotation basis for SY 15-16, $49 per hour, pending negotiations, for length of meeting plus one (1) additional hour for setup and breakdown, as listed:

    Name

    1

    Bazile, Ludwisch

    2

    Bristol, Frances

    3

    Damiano, Lynn

    4

    Molawka, Andrew

    5

    Ferster, Richard

    6

    Caggiano, Anthony

    7

    Kelly, Patrick

    8

    LeFurge, Edward

    9

    Voorhees, Ethan


  28. To approve Unaffiliated employee contracts for SY 15-16, as listed:

    Employee

    Position

    1

    Baio, Jim

    Co-Manager of Information Technology

    2

    Batzel, Lynelle

    District Services Manager

    3

    Beyer, Sandra

    Confidential Secretary to the Superintendent

    4

    Byrne, Nichole

    Accountant

    5

    Caggiano, Anthony

    Network Support Technician

    6

    Caldes, Dr. Richard
    Updated 06/25/15

    Educational Specialist

    7

    Carey, Mary

    Confidential Secretary to the Business Administrator

    8

    Edwards, James

    Business Administrator/Board Secretary

    9

    Ellicott, Ross

    Co-Manager of Information Technology

    10

    Ferster, Richard

    Network Support Technician

    11

    Friedmann, Rebecca

    Health Benefits Manager

    12

    Gomes, Carrie

    Accountant/Accounts Payable Supervisor

    13

    Holmes, Steven

    Supervisor of Mechanics

    14 Larson, Richard  Treasurer of School Funds

    15

    Liming, Tom

    Facilities Manager

    16

    Marousis, Maria

    Confidential Secretary

    17

    McNamara, Susan
    Updated 06/23/15

    District Testing Coordinator/Data Analyst

    18

    Molawka, Andrew

    Network Support Technician

    19

    Moore, Bernadette

    Systems Support Analyst

    20

    Nardiello, Tracy

    Assistant Manager of Transportation

    21

    Osborn, Megan

    Human Resources Manager

    22

    Readel, Roger

    Assistant Manager of Facilities

    23

    Richardson, Jeanine

    Manager of Food and Nutrition Services

    24

    Roberts, Maria

    Assistant Business Administrator

    25

    Rytelewski, Karen

    Best Program Bookkeeper

    26

    Sundheimer, Karen

    Data Analyst – Special Education

    27

    Tyndell, Ellen Updated 6/23/15

    Best Program Coordinator

    28 Wylie, Scott Lead Groundsman

  29. To approve Jump Start teachers, using Title I funds, SY 15-16, as attached:
    Jump Start Title I

  30. To approve Jump Start teachers, using Title III funds, SY 15-16, as attached:
    Jump Start Title III

  31. To approve Teacher's Aides, pending negotiations, for SY 15-16, as attached:
    Teacher's Aides

  32. To approve Volunteer Club Advisors, for SY 15-16, as attached: Updated 06/23/15
    Volunteer Club Advisors

  33. To approve Summer Painting Crew for Facilities, $13.46 per hour, Monday - Thursday, 5 hours per day as listed:

    Name

    1

    Testa, Fred

    2

    Colon, Raymond

    3

    Morgan, Lawrence

    4

    Magistro, Michele

    5

    Bennett, Kathy

    6

    Schulte, Zachary


  34. To renew Substitute Athletic Trainers and Nurses, pending negotiations, for SY 15-16, as listed:

    SUBSTITUTE

    ATHLETIC TRAINERS/ $150 a day

    SUBSTITUTE

    NURSES/ $150 a day

    1.Anthony, Pamela

    8.Ashe, Brid

    2. DeShong, Daniel

    9. Choback, Jessica

    3. DiStefano, Peter

    10.Coutinho, Maria

    4.Goldsmith, Pamela

    11.Craig, Lucy

    5.Hackett, Michael

    12.Ertel, Martina

    6.McKnight, Kevin

    13.Mohlenhoff, Diane

    7.Vorters, Bryce

    14.Moscato, Maria

    15.Robinson, Carol

    16.Ruiz, Crystal

    17.Thorpe, Judy


  35. To renew Substitute Cafeteria Workers, Substitute Clerical and Substitute Custodial Workers, pending negotiations, for SY 15-16, as listed:

    SUBSTITUTE

    CAFETERIA

    WORKERS/ $9.25 per hour

    SUBSTITUTE

    CLERICAL/ $11.90 per hour

    SUBSTITUTE

    CUSTODIAL

    WORKERS/ $13.46 per hour

    8.Arendt, Joan

    24.Bennett, Christofer

    1.Dippel, Cheryl

    9.Auriemma, Paulette

    25.Chowanec, Donna

    2.Farina, Serafina

    10.Brown, Jeanine

    26.Colon, Raymond

    3.Fischer, Jennifer

    11.Cotgreave, Chris

    27.Cortes, Leonard

    4.Gartelman, Doreen

    12.Danilewicz, Eileen

    28.Gallagher, John

    5.Kauls, Luann

    13.Fabach, Jane

    29.Hankins, Laura

    6.Kenney, Amy

    14.Malone, Denise

    30.Juarez, Benjamin

    7.Vo-Schneider, Phuong

    15.Montanaro, Clorinda

    31.Lauriano, Francine

    16.Moran, Mary

    32.Lawrence, Ronald

    17.Ostrander, Catherine

    33.Lee, Billy

    18.Pandolfi, Julianne

    34.Magistro, Michele

    19.Polichemi, Josephine

    35.Marcopul, Alexander

    20.Queck, Antoinette

    36.Morgan, Lawrence

    21.Rataski, Josephine

    37.Mouzon, Rufus

    22.Romeo, Angela

    38.Murray, Melinda

    23.Williscroft, Laura

    39.Pinter, Donna

    40.Prongay, Norma

    41.Rae, Danielle

    42.Rodriguez, Randy

    43.Russo, Ronald

    44.Shead, Dana

    45.Skinner, Robert

    46.Suarez, Damian

    47.Testa, Fred

    48.Vanegas, Ricardo

    49.Viel, Tara

    50.Watson, Gerald

    51.Weiss, Daniel

    52.Wilkens, Lucia

         53. Schulte, Zachary

  36. To approve Substitutes for Bus Attendants and Bus Drivers, pending negotiations, for SY 15-16:

    SUBSTITUTE

    BUS ATTENDANTS/$11.98 per hour

    SUBSTITUTE

    BUS DRIVERS/ $14.54 per hour

    1.Canavan, Stephen

    21.Anfuso, Ana

    2.Davis, Valerie

    22.Bruno, Anthony

    3.Donahue, Christina

    23.Burt, Timothy

    4.Emmons, Carrie

    24.Canavan, Robert

    5.Ferrara-Kocsa, Joan

    25.Canavan, Stephen

    6.Garafano, Robert

    26.Coutant, Joseph Jr.

    7.Gilrain, Susan

    27.Damis, Warren

    8.Jacobs, Kimberly

    28.Dick, James

    9.Lacerda, Lindsey

    29.Donahue, Christina

    10.Mantilla, Natalia

    30.Ernst, Joseph

    11.Pettyjohn, Jesse

    31.Grosch, Richard

    12.Reggio, Penelope

    32.Hewelt, Cristian

    13.Rivers, Latesha

    33.Inderwies, Scott

    14.Ruffini, Samantha

    34.Klotz, Robert

    15.Satterthwaite, Eleanor

    35.Lange, Richard

    16.Scerbo, Dominick

    36.Nardiello, Douglas

    17.Serdaros, Evone

    37.Paduano, John

    18.Suckiel, Richard

    38.Peltier, Susan

    19.Taylor, Richard

    39.Peterson, Crystal

    20.Van Hart, John

    40.Pettyjohn, Jesse

    41.Robinson, Crystal

    42.Rogers, Carolyn

    43.Ruffini, Samantha

    44.Segreto, Thomas

    45.Serdaros, Evone

    46.Shann, Dennis

    47.Smith, Jess


  37. To ratify change in leave of absence, as listed:

    Employee Number

    From

    To

    Pay/Benefits

    1.

    4084

    FMLA

    05/14/15-06/09/15

    FMLA

    05/14/15-05/19/15

    w/o pay, w/benefits


  38. To ratify leave of absence, as listed:

    Employee Number

    Effective

    Pay/Benefits

    1.

    7139

    FMLA

    06/10/15-06/19/15

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    2.

    5913

    FMLA

    06/01/15-06/19/15

    w/o pay, w/benefits


  39. To approve change to date on stipend, as listed:

    Name

    Location/Title

    Stipend

    Effective

    1.

    Scifo, Rock

    BMHS/Lead Groundsman

    $1,000

    07/01/14-06/30/15


  40. To approve correction to employee title, as listed:

    Name

    From: Location/Title

    To: Location/Title

    Effective:

    1.

    Mulhern, Thomas

    OSB/Elementary K-5

    OSB/LDTC

    09/01/15


  41. To approve leaves of absence, as listed:

    Employee Number

    Effective

    Pay/Benefits

    1

    9375

    07/20/15-07/24/15

    w/o pay,

    w/ benefits

    2

    5344

    09/14/15-09/16/15

    w/o pay,

    w/ benefits

    3

    8148

    09/11/15

    w/o pay,

    w/ benefits


  42. To approve an increase in pay in the amount of $20 per day for Tracy Nardiello in Transportation for working in the capacity of the Transportation Manager from April 1, 2015 through June 30, 2015

  43. To approve a correction to the salary of April Moore from time worked as a radio dispatcher in Transportation, retro payment in the amount of $3,025.89

  44. To approve Winter Coaches for SY 15-16, pending negotiations, as attached: Updated 06/23/15
    Winter Coaches

  45. To approve Volunteer Coaches for SY 15-16, as attached:
    Volunteer Coaches

  46. To approve Kindergarten ELL Summer Screening Staff for SY 15-16, using Title III funds, pending negotiations, as listed:

    Last Name

    First Name

    Hours

    Rate

    Impellizeri

    Victoria

    15

    $49 per hour

    Betancout

    Joanne

    15

    $49 per hour


  47. To approve the salaries per the contract for the SY 15-16 for the Brick Township Association of Non-Certified Supervisors and Administrative Secretaries, as listed:

    Last Name

    First Name

    Title

    Salary

    1

    Early

    Maryann

    Secretarial Assistant

    $47,558

    2

    Leszczak

    Pat

    Buyer

    $56,308

    3

    Pierson

    Lynne

    Radio Dispatcher

    $48,425

    4

    Spampanato

    Pary

    Payroll Supervisor

    $75,130

  48. To approve a stipend for the Payroll Supervisor, in accordance with the Agreement between the Brick Township Association of Non-Certified Supervisors and Administrative Secretaries and the Brick Township Board of Education, as listed:

    Name/Title

    Stipend

    Effective

    Spampanato, Pary

    Payroll Supervisor

    $4,000

    07/01/15-06/30/16





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JULY 3, 2015 4TH OF JULY OBSERVED SCHOOLS CLOSED
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