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

OPEN MEETING

Call to Order

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 August 8, 2019 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 thirty minutes and the general nature of the subject matter to be discussed is as follows:
Superintendent Search LM Litigation
    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.

SALUTE TO THE FLAG AND MOMENT OF SILENCE

PRESENTATIONS

  • Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Training Report

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

  1. JULY 11, 2019 - EXECUTIVE SESSION

  2. JULY 11, 2019 - REGULAR MEETING

REPORTS

  • COMMITTEE REPORTS
  • ACTING SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS

This will be the first opportunity for public comment and will be for agenda items only.  The Board invites thoughts and reactions on agenda items and items of concern from members of our community who are present.  Each participant is asked to give his or her name and address prior to making a statement.  All statements shall be directed to the presiding officer.  Comments shall be limited to five minutes in duration and each speaker may only speak once.

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

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


  2. To approve Training/Travel, as required by the School District Accountability Act, as attached:
    TRAVEL/TRAINING


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

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

  1. To approve Budget Transfers, as attached: Updated 08/07/19
    TRANSFERS


  2. To accept the Board Secretary's and Treasurer of School Monies Reports, as attached: Updated 08/07/19
    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 June 30, 2019.


  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 June 30, 2019, and upon consultation with appropriate School District Official, certifies that no fund has been over-expended in violation of 6A:23A-16.10(b), and that sufficient funds are available to meet the District Board of Education's financial obligations for the remainder of the fiscal year.


  5. To approve the payment of vouchers, as attached:
    REGULAR CHECKS -
    Revised 08/07/19
    MANUAL CHECKS
    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 govedeals.com or a similar type of online services, terms and conditions are available on the vendor's website and on file in the Office of the Business Administrator/Board Secretary), as attached:
    SURPLUS 

  8. To ratify a revision to an Out of District contract previously approved on April 11, 2019, as attached:
    PINELANDS 4420


  9. To approve revisions to Out of District contracts previously approved on June 20, 2019 and July 11, 2019, as attached:
    Rugby 4682
    Center School 8888 revised


  10. To ratify Out of District Student Placements, as attached:
    Alpha 2034 Alpha 3322 Alpha 4349 Alpha 6129 Alpha 7009
    Alpha 7813 Harbor 1270 Harbor 3992 Harbor 4639 CPC 9589
    CPC 4215
         




  11. To approve Out of District Student Placements, as attached:
    Commission for the Blind 2834 Commission for the Blind 2908
    Commission for the Blind 3274
    Commission for the Blind 3991
    Commission for the Blind 4696
    Commission for the Blind 4698
    Commission for the Blind 4928
    Commission for the Blind 6117
    Commission for the Blind 7796
    Commission for the Blind 0067
    CPC 2519 CPC 5872 CPC 5953 CPC 1370 OCVTS



  12. To approve Petty Cash for the 2019-2020 school year, as attached:
    PETTY CASH


  13. To approve a Resolution of the Board of Education of the Township of Brick, County of Ocean, Authorizing the sale of real property located at Block 867, Lot 6.01 at a Public Sale, as follows:  Updated 08/08/19
    WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18A:20-5 permits a board of education to sell real property, owned by it, which ceases to be suitable or convenient for the use for which it was acquired or which is no longer needed for school purposes; and
    WHEREAS, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:20-6, any real property sold by a board of education shall be sold at public sale, to the highest bidder, after advertisement of the sale in a newspaper published in the district at least once a week for two weeks prior to the sale; and
    WHEREAS, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:20-7 a board of education is permitted to fix the minimum price for which the real property may be sold with or without the reservation of the right, upon completion of the public sale, to accept or reject the highest bid made thereat; and
    WHEREAS, pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6A:26-7.4, in order to sell real property, a board of education must make a written request to the Department of Education, Division of Administration and Finance (hereinafter “the Department”) and a copy of the request must also be provided to the Executive County Superintendent who shall make recommendations to the Department; and
    WHEREAS, the Department shall either approve or disapprove of a board of education’s request and send a copy of its determination to the Executive County Superintendent; and
    WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education (hereinafter “the District”) is the owner of real property located at Block 867, Lot 6.01 (former Laurelton School described hereinafter as “the Property”) on the official tax map of the Township of Brick; and
    WHEREAS, the Property fronts on Route 88 in the Township’s B-3 Highway Development Zone and contains a single story building located thereon; and
    WHEREAS, an appraisal report prepared for the Property determined that the Property’s “as is” value is Six Hundred Twenty Thousand Dollars; and
    WHEREAS, the use of the Property as a school has been and shall be abandoned and, therefore, the use of the Property as a school will no longer be a permitted use in the B-3 Zone; and
    WHEREAS, the District, by Resolution dated March 14, 2019 (a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit A), determined that the Property was no longer suitable or convenient for the use that it was originally acquired and no longer needed for school purposes; and
    WHEREAS, the District requested approval to sell the Property pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6A:26-7.4 and sent a copy of its request to the Interim Executive County Superintendent; and
    WHEREAS, the Interim Executive County Superintendent, by correspondence dated July 9, 2019 recommended the approval of the request to sell the Property, (Exhibit B) and thereafter, the District received approval to sell the Property from the Department by correspondence dated July 9, 2019 (a copy of which is attached as Exhibit C); and
    WHEREAS, the District has determined that it is in the best interest of the District to sell the Property at public sale, to the highest bidder, and that the District shall set a minimum price for the Property, with the reservation of the right to accept or reject the highest bid, as set forth below.
    NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Education of the Township of Brick, County of Ocean, State of New Jersey as follows:

    Section 1

    (a) The District hereby reaffirms, in accordance with the Resolution dated March 14, 2019, that the Property ceases to be suitable or convenient for the use for which it was acquired and is no longer needed for school purposes and, therefore, shall be sold in accordance with N.J.S.A. 18A:20-5 et seq.

    (b) Auction and Property Review

    (1) After advertisement in a newspaper published in the district at least once a week for two weeks prior, there shall be an open public sale at auction on September 4, 2019 at 11:00 am., at 101 Hendrickson Avenue, Brick, NJ 08724, where the Property shall be offered to the highest bidder pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:20-6. The minimum price and reservation price for all bids shall be Six Hundred Twenty Thousand dollars and the District reserves the right to accept or reject the highest bid made in accordance with N.J.S.A. 18A:20-7. Said auction shall be in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in the remainder of this Resolution.
    (2) On August 28, 2019 at 11:00 am, there shall be a pre-auction, on-site meeting at the Property. All prospective bidders are strongly encouraged to attend this meeting, at which time they shall be permitted to perform a visual inspection of the Property. All bidders must be accompanied by a District representative when viewing the Property. No testing will be permitted nor will questions be answered by the District and/or its representatives. The sole purpose of this meeting is to permit prospective bidders the opportunity to visually review the Property.

    (c) The successful bidder shall be required to deposit ten percent (10%) of his or her bid with the District at the time of the auction. This deposit shall be made by certified check, money order or cash in an amount equal to at least ten percent (10%) of the accepted bid by the District for the sale of Property. The combined form of deposit must equal ten percent (10%) of the total sale price. All monies so received will be credited to the total sale price.

    (d) Non-Refundable Deposit. The deposit made by the purchaser is non-refundable. The purchaser is not entitled to a refund of this deposit in any case and the risk of loss is on the purchaser.

    (e) All bidders must appear in person at the auction and any person bidding on behalf of a corporation or limited liability company must either submit a copy of a resolution of the corporation/company or a letter on corporate stationery, signed by an officer of the corporation, authorizing the bidder to bid on the property on the corporation’s behalf. A person bidding on behalf of a partnership or using a trade name must submit a copy of the certificate of trade name and a letter of authorization from the other partners. No other bidder may submit a bid on behalf of another, except that a husband or wife may bid on behalf of both.

    (f) The successful bidder shall be required to pay, at the time of closing of title, the cost of legal advertising of the sale of the Property which is the subject of this auction plus their proportionate cost of the transcript, if applicable.

    (g) The successful bidder shall bear the cost of the recording of the deed and agrees that deeds shall be recorded on behalf of the purchaser by the District or by an attorney representing the successful bidder. The successful bidder, prior to closing of title, will not be permitted to assign his or her bid nor any right, title or interest in the property on which the bid was made.

    (h) The successful bidder, at the conclusion of the bidding, shall execute an Agreement of Sale. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid at closing which shall occur not later than 60 days following the acceptance of the bid by the District. The purchaser shall be entitled to possession immediately following closing of title.

    (i) The sale price, as may result from this auction sale, may not be used before any County Board of Taxation, State Tax Court or in any other court of this State to challenge the assessment with respect to the subject property nor may same be used as a comparable sale to challenge the assessment with regard to other properties.

    (j) The Property herein sold is being sold “as is” subject to existing encumbrances, liens, easements, zoning ordinances, other restrictions of records, such facts as an accurate survey would reveal any present or future assessments for the construction of improvements benefiting said property. The District makes no representations as to the presence or absence of wetlands or any other environmental conditions of the Property and the purchaser assumes the risk of any such condition, all property being sold “as is”. A prospective purchaser shall have examined the Property or otherwise waived the right to examine the Property prior to submitting a bid to the District. The District does not make any representations, express or implied, that the Property is buildable or usable for any purpose whatsoever.

    (k) All conveyances by the District shall be made by quitclaim deed.

    (l) The District reserves the right to waive any and all defects and informalities in any proposal and to accept or reject the highest responsible and responsive bid deemed to be in the interest of the District. No bid shall be considered finally accepted until passage of a resolution by the District as set forth in Paragraph (m) hereof.

    (m) The acceptable bid shall be confirmed by resolution of the District no later than the second regular meeting of the District following the date of such sale.

    (n) The successful bidder agrees that:

    (1) He or she shall indemnify and hold the District harmless from any claim whatsoever arising out of the District’s ownership interest including but not limited to environmental cleanup costs.
    (2) Pay prorated real estate taxes for the balance of the current year, as of the date of closing.
    (3) Abide by all appropriate zoning, subdivision, health and building regulations and codes and stipulations that this sale will not be used as grounds to support a challenge of the existing assessment of the subject property, nor shall the purchase price be used as a comparable sale to challenge assessments with regard to other properties.
    (4) Failure to close title as agreed shall forfeit to the District any and all money deposited with the District.

    (o) A failure by the purchaser to fully comply with the terms, conditions, requirements and regulations of sale as herein contained shall be considered, at the option of the District, as a material breach of the conditions of sale whereupon the District may declare said contract or purchase terminated and at an end. All monies paid on behalf of the purchase price, by way of deposit or otherwise, may be retained by the District as its liquidated damages and it may thereafter resell said property and/or pursue such other and further legal and/or equitable remedies as it may have.  The defaulting purchaser shall continue to remain liable for all damages and losses sustained by the District by reason of any such default.

    (p) The sale is made subject to all applicable laws and ordinances of the State of New Jersey.

    Section 2

    NOTICE. The District shall advertise copies of this Resolution and/or a substantially similar advertisement as required by N.J.S.A. 18A:20-6 and therefore shall advertise the open public sale at auction of the Property in a newspaper circulating in the District in which the Property is situated, by an insertion at least once a week during two weeks, the last publication to be not earlier than two weeks prior to such sale.

    Section 3

    AUTHORIZATION. The Board Secretary, Board Attorney, and such other officials as may be necessary are authorized to perform such ministerial actions as are necessary to effectuate the purposes of this Resolution including, but not limited to, preparing and executing a deed and all other necessary documents to convey the Property to the successful bidder, subsequent to the District adopting a resolution awarding the bid.
    EXHIBIT A
    EXHIBIT B
    EXHIBIT C


  14. To approve a Resolution to adopt the 2019-2020 Emergency Aid request, as follows:
    WHEREAS,
    on July 9, 2019 the State of New Jersey Department of Education issued guidance that districts experiencing fiscal distress may apply for the 2019-2020 Emergency Aid; and
    WHEREAS, On October 29, 2012 Super Storm Sandy devastated several coastal communities including Brick Township; and
    WHEREAS, to date the Brick Township Community has yet to recover fully from the effects of Super Storm Sandy and our ratable base is lower than before Super Storm Sandy; and
    WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education continues to be one of the lowest spending school districts in the state which is effecting our ability to provide a thorough and efficient education to the students of the Brick Community; and
    WHEREAS, for the 2018-2019 school year the district lost $1,915,088 in State Aid and $2,741,894 for the 2019-2020 school year, which caused the District to cut staff, equipment, supplies and much need facilities upgrades and maintenance; and
    WHEREAS, that economic impact combined with the continued annual loss of State Aid has left the District with a budget which will negatively impact the Brick Township School District's ability, both currently and prospectively, to provide a thorough and efficient education for the children of Brick Township and cause fiscal distress.
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Brick Township Board of Education requests the Superintendent and Administration apply for Emergency Aid as noted in the State of New Jersey Department of Education Guidance of July 9, 2019, in the amount of $2,741,894.


  15. To accept a grant award from the New York Jets "Eat Right Move More Grant" in the amount of $10,000 for Brick Memorial High School.


  16. To accept a grant award from Scholarship America "AXA Achievement Scholarship Award" in the amount of $2,500 for Brick Memorial High School.


  17. To approve a revision to a motion previously approved on July 11, 2019, as follows:  To ratify a Parental Transportation contract for the 2019-2020 school year for Route PC-01 at a cost of $90.47 per Diem, not to exceed $19,000, on file in the Office of the Business Administrator.


  18. To ratify a contract with Spark Energy for the sale of Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SRECS), as attached:
    SPARK ENERGY


  19. To approve a Resolution for a Subscription Busing Program for certain Non-Public School Students residing in the Brick Township School District, as follows:
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED,
    1. The Brick Township Board of Education hereby authorizes a Subscription Busing Program for Non-Public School Students residing in the Brick Township School District attending Red Bank Catholic, Christian Brothers Academy or St. James Elementary School for the 19-20 school year, pursuant to the terms contained in the attached contract for Subscription Busing which is incorporated herein.
    SUBSCRIPTION BUSING CONTRACT 19 20 SY
    2. The Brick Township Board of Education hereby authorizes its Business Administrator to execute any and all necessary documents to implement the above referenced program.


  20. To approve a Resolution authorizing contracts with certain approved CO-OP Vendors for contracting units, as follows:
    WHEREAS, 
    the Brick Township Board of Education may by resolution and without advertising for bids, purchase any goods or services under the 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 execute a contract 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, 2019 through June 30, 2020.
    CO OP VENDORS

  21. To revise the submission of the Individuals with Disabilities Act-Part B Application for fiscal year 2020 and accept the grant awarded funds upon subsequent approval to the fiscal year 2019 IDEA-B Application, previously approved on July 11, 2019, as follows:

    PUBLIC

    NON-PUBLIC

    BASIC

    $2,450,487

    $98,863

    PRESCHOOL

    $100,332

    -0-



  22. To approve a Resolution to reject all bids for the VMMS Walk In Cooler-Freezer Kitchen Project, as follows:
    WHEREAS,
    the bids were opened and reviewed on July 31, 2019; and
    WHEREAS, certain bids contained material defects requiring rejection pursuant to the Public Schools Contract Law, N.J.S.A 18A:18A-1 et. seq.; and
    WHEREAS, all responsive bids containing no material defects substantially exceeded the cost estimates and appropriation for the project goods and services; and
    WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-22 authorizes the Brick Township Board of Education to reject all bids for those reasons.
    BE IT RESOLVED, as follows:
    1. The Brick Township Board of Education rejects all bids submitted for the VMMS Walk In Cooler-Freezer Kitchen Project; and
    2. The Brick Township Board of Education authorizes its staff in consultation with its professionals to revise the bid specifications if warranted and to determine when to re-bid the project in accord with the Public Schools Contract law, N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-1 et. seq.


  23. To ratify a Memorandum of Agreement and Addendum with Georgian Court University for the 2019-2020 school year, as attached:
    GEORGIAN COURT UNIV MOA
    GEORGIAN COURT UNIV ADDENDUM


  24. To approve change orders, as attached: Revised 08/08/19
    EARLE CHANGE ORDER NO 4 - VMMS PARKING LOT
    EACM NO 2 - BTHS/VMES AUDITORIUM HVAC
    EACM NO 3 - BTHS/VMES AUDITORIUM HVAC
    JDS NO 1 - BTHS SECTION IV ROOF
    JDS NO 2 - BTHS SECTION IV ROOF
    SHORE TOP NO 2 - EHY PARKING LOT 

  25. To rescind a contract with Cenergistics, as attached:
    CENERGISTICS

  26. To approve a contract with Blackboard for the 2019-2020 school year, as attached: 
    BLACKBOARD 

  27. To approve a contract with Malwarebytes for the 2019-2020 school year, as attached:
    MALWAREBYTES

  28. To accept a donation of a Playground, valued at approximately $38,000 for Herbertsville Elementary School from the Herbertsville PTA.


  29. To accept funding for Non-Public Schools for the 2019-2020 school year, as listed:

    SCHOOL

    TEXTBOOKS

    NURSING

    TECHNOLOGY

    SECURITY

    St. Dominic’s

    $22,349

    $41,128

    $15,264

      $63,600

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

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

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXPERIENCE

    1

    Zaninelli, Mara

    MIDS

    Kindergarten Teacher

    01/01/2020

    18 years, 4 months


  2. To ratify retirements, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXPERIENCE

    1

    Wilson, Kim

    EHY

    Elementary Teacher

    07/01/19

    19 years, 8 months


  3. To approve resignations for the 19-20 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXPERIENCE

    1

    Romeo, Joseph

    VMMS

    Custodial Worker

    08/10/19

    2 years, 6 months


  4. To ratify resignations for the 19-20 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXPERIENCE

    1

    Barbera, Silvana

    OSB

    P/T Food Service Worker


    07/24/19

    3 years, 5 months

    2

    Senkarik, Steven

    TRNS

    Bus Driver


    07/01/19

    12 years, 5 months

    3

    Yost, Julie

    OSB

    Special Education Teacher

    ICR/POR

    08/01/19

    18 years, 8 months


  5. To approve employment for the 19-20 SY, as listed:  Updated 08/08/19
     Employment


  6. To approve substitutes for the 19-20 SY, as attached:

    No.

    Employee

    Title

    Rate

    (pending negotiations)

    Effective

    1

    Marino, Donna

    Sub Bus Driver

    $17 per hour

    08/12/19

    2

    Romeo, Joseph

    Sub Custodial Worker

    $13.46 per hour

    08/12/19

    3

    McGuire, William

    Substitute Administrator

    $395 per diem

    On or after 08/12/19




  7. To approve changes of employment for the 19-20 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    FROM

    TO

    (to be prorated)

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Garrison, Janae

    FACI

    Maintenance Worker 1 Grounds

    Cutting Crew

    9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

    $24,808

    FACI

    Maintenance Worker 1 Grounds/Maintenance Repairer

    9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

    $26,058 *

    08/12/19

    2

    Cutts, Chad

    VMMS

    Reading Specialist

    Step 14 A MA + 30

    $73,425

    District

    Supervisor of ELA/SS Grades 6-12

    $100,225

    08/12/19

    3

    Kuster, David

    LRMS

    8th Grade SS Teacher

    Step 19 MA

    $86,510

    VMES

    Assistant Principal


    $101,787

    08/12/19

    4

    Bucco, Brittany

    LRMS

    ELL Teacher

    Step 12 MA


    $66,535

    District

    Supervisor of ELA/SS Grades K-5 & ELL K-12


    $99,225

    08/12/19

    5

    Melchionna, Roxanne

    VMMS

    P/T Food Service Worker  3.5 Hours

    $7,279

    LRMS

    P/T Food Service Worker 5 Hours

    $10,399*

    09/01/19

    6

    DiMurro, Sherry

    Substitute

    Food Service Worker

    $9.25 per hour

    VMMS

    P/T Food Service Worker

    3.5 Hours

    $6,650*

    09/01/19

    * Pending Negotiations



  8. To approve transfers of employment for the 19-20 SY, as listed:
     Transfers

  9. To ratify transfers of employment for the 19-20 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    FROM

    TO

    Pending Negotiations

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Scuorzo, Christopher

    BMHS

    Custodial Worker

    3:00-11:00 p.m.

    $23,558  


    LMES

    Custodial Worker

    3:00-11:00 p.m.

    $23,558  

    07/29/19



  10. To approve Fall Coaches for the 19-20 SY, as listed:  Updated 08/08/19
     Fall Coaches

  11. To approve Fall Volunteer Coaches for the 19-20 SY, as listed: Updated 08/08/19

    NO.

    SCHOOL

    ACTIVITY

    SEASON

    NAME

    1

    BMHS

    Field Hockey

    Fall

    Villani, Megan

    2

    BMHS

    Football

    Fall

    Merola, Robert*

    3

    BMHS

    Football

    Fall

    Walski, Peter P.*

    *Out of district


  12. To approve Fall Paraprofessional Fall Coaches for the 19-20 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    SCHOOL

    ACTIVITY

    SEASON

    NAME

    1

    BMHS

    Football

    Fall

    Karos, Scott*

    2

    BMHS

    Soccer/Girls

    Fall

    Fuccello, Jessica*

    *Out of District


  13. To approve leaves of absence for the 19-20 SY, as listed:
     Approve LOA

  14. To approve BEST staff program changes for the 19-20 SY, as attached:
     BEST

  15. To ratify the approval of Karen Domogauer, Teacher Aide, and Mary McCoy, Teacher Aide, for 1:1 placement from extra-curricular activity at $19 per hour for a combined 100 hours not to exceed $1,900 for the 19-20 SY, effective 08/01/19 through 12/7/19.

  16. To approve Bonnie Brink, LRMS Nurse,  as the Nurse Coordinator for the 19-20 SY in the amount of $3,000 effective 09/01/19.

  17. To approve night stipend differential for $320 for the 19-20 SY, pending negotiations, as attached:
     Night Stipend

  18. To approve Extra Curricular Advisors for the 19-20 SY, as attached:  Updated 08/08/19
     Advisors

  19. To approve Professional Development for Special Education Training for the 19-20 SY, as attached:   Updated 08/08/19
     Professional Development

  20. To ratify a correction in salary for Jonathan Barresi, BMHS Principal, from $141,868 to $142,368 effective 07/01/19.

  21. To ratify Sabrina Garcia, substitute clerical, to assist with Preschool registration at $11.90 per hour for 30 hours not to exceed $357, pending negotiations, effective 07/01/19.

  22. To amend resolution number 18 from 07/11/19 agenda to include Amy Ryan and Laura Peirson, CST at $62 per hour to complete evaluations, attend IEP meetings, and case management.  

  23. To ratify Sharon Bauer to work as a Teacher Aide for the BASE Program from 7/15/19 through 8/15/19 for 4 hours per day for 20 days at $19 per hour not to exceed $1,520.

  24. To approve Donna Gascho to work as an Occupational Therapist for the BASE Program for 4 hours per day for three days at $49 per hour not to exceed $588, effective 08/12/19.

  25. To approve a change in hours for part-time IT work for the 19-20 SY, as listed:

    No. 


    Employee

    Previously Approved Hours

    New 

    Hours

    1

    Black, Daniel

    200

    260

    2

    Ellicott, Clark

    120

    0

    3

    LeCompte, John

    300

    300

    4

    Morgan, Ryan

    200

    260


  26. To approve Andrew Rubano as the Custom Percussion Designer for the BMHS Marching Band in the amount of $2,500 for the 19-20 SY, effective 08/09/19.

  27. To approve mentors for the 19-20 SY, as listed:

    No.

    Mentor

    Mentee

    1

    Clark, Lauren

    Heulitt, John

    2

    Clark, Lauren

    Keenan, Kevin


  28. To ratify staff for Professional Development/Curriculum work for July and August 2019 using District Funds or Title II Funds, as attached:  Updated 08/08/19
     Ratify PD

  29. To approve staff for Professional Development/Curriculum work for August 2019 using District Funds or Title II Funds, as attached:  Updated 08/08/19
     Approve PD

  30. To approve Daniel Nagle as the STEM Coordinator with a stipend of $5,000 per semester for the 19-20 SY.  Added 08/08/19



POLICIES - The Acting Superintendent recommends that the Board approve the following items

PUBLIC COMMENT

This is the second opportunity for public comment.  Each participant is asked to give his or her name and address prior to making a statement.  All statements shall be directed to the presiding officer.  Comments shall be limited to five minutes in duration and each speaker may only speak once.

BOARD COMMENT

CALENDAR

DATE

EVENT

TIME

SEPTEMBER 2, 2019

LABOR DAY

SCHOOLS CLOSED

SEPTEMBER 3, 2019

STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY

CHECK WITH INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS

SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS CHECK WEB SITE FOR SCHOOL START TIMES
SEPTEMBER 12, 2019 REGULAR MEETING 7:00 PM BPDC

ADJOURNMENT

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