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 February 18, 2021 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 fifteen minutes and the general nature of the subject matter to be discussed is as follows: BTEA Negotiations
    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

STATEMENT TO THE PUBLIC

Often it may appear to members of our audience that the Board of Education act with very little comment and in many cases a unanimous vote.  Please understand that before a matter is placed on the agenda at a public meeting, the administration has thoroughly reviewed the matter with the Superintendent of Schools, discussed it in appropriate BOE committees, and only then, if the Superintendent is satisfied that the matter is ready to be presented to the full Board of Education, it is placed on the agenda for action at a public meeting.  Board of Education members are given advance notice to review the agenda and through the Chair, ask questions or voice concerns.  In rare instances, when necessary, matters are presented to the Board of Education for discussion at the same meeting that final action may be taken.

PRESENTATIONS

  • Expanding the College Experience in Brick - Dr. Anderson, Director of Curriculum and Instruction

  • Brick Township Public Schools Presents...It's Elementary! - Ms. McNamara, Director of Planning, Research and Evaluation

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

  1. JANUARY 21, 2021 - EXECUTIVE SESSION

  2. JANUARY 21, 2021 - REGULAR MEETING

REPORTS

  • SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS
  • COMMITTEE REPORTS

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.  Each participant is asked to give his or her name prior to making a statement.  All statements shall be directed to the presiding officer.  The Board will not, during the public portion of this meeting, discuss matters involving employment, appointment, termination of employment, negotiations, terms and conditions of employment, evaluation of the performance of, promotion or disciplining of any specific or prospective or current employee and/or students.

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

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

  2. To ratify the Grant Application/Submission to Mark Schonwetter Holocaust Education Foundation grant, for Brick Memorial High School and Brick Township High School, as attached:
    MARK SCHONWETTER HOLOCAUST EDUCATION FOUNDATION

  3. To approve the Grant Application/Submission to Snap Dragon Book Foundation grant, for Brick Memorial High School, as attached:
    SNAP DRAGON BOOK FOUNDATION GRANT

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

  1. To approve Budget Transfers, as attached:
    TRANSFERS


  2. To accept the Board Secretary's and Treasurer of School Monies Reports, as attached:
    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 December 31, 2020.


  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 December 31, 2020, 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 the District Board of Education's financial obligations for the remainder of the school year.


  5. To approve the payment of vouchers, as attached:
    REGULAR CHECKS
    MANUAL CHECKS
    WIRE PAYMENTS


  6. To approve the Use of School District Facilities Reports, as attached:
    NON 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 removals of Out of District Student Placement, as attached:
    MARY DOBBINS 2940
    MARY DOBBINS 8193


  9. To ratify Out of District Student Placements, as attached:
    COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND 8055
    HAWKSWOOD 8055
    JACKSON 2153


  10. To ratify In-Coming Tuition Students, as attached:
    EDISON 8049
    EDISON 8050
    EDISON 8051
    EDISON 8052
    SEASIDE HEIGHTS 6687
    SEASIDE PARK 1328
    SEASIDE PARK 7905
    TOMS RIVER 0957



  11. To ratify a revision to an In-Coming Tuition Student, previously approved on October 22, 2020, as attached:
    Pt Pleasant 4963



  12. To approve a resolution requesting Governor Murphy to include Public School District Personnel in the Official Expert Vaccine Allotment Panel's Definition of Frontline Workers, as follows:
    WHEREAS,
    the Brick Township Board of Education recognizes that the United States, the State of New Jersey and local health authorities, as well as the World Health Organization, have declared a public health emergency regarding the Coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic; and
    WHEREAS, the federal and state authorities have put in place guidance detailing the precautionary measures schools must implement to stop its spread of this disease; and
    WHEREAS, public schools have a profound impact on millions of students, families and staff and are charged with the care, education, nourishment of their students and are an integral part of the health and safety of our communities; and
    WHEREAS, our district has responded to the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, providing students and staff members with the technology and resources necessary to ensure the efficient delivery of instruction, virtually and in-person; and
    WHEREAS, the board has a substantial public interest in protecting the health and safety of its students, staff, and community and ensuring that the district can provide staff and students with a safe and effective educational environment that supports student achievement; and
    WHEREAS, the board recognizes that this health emergency made it necessary to close schools and reinvent the educational programs in a virtual setting and that this may have an adverse impact on student achievement and the emotional and social wellbeing of students; and
    WHEREAS, the COVID-19 Vaccination Plan published by the State of New Jersey Department of Health (December 15, 2020, pgs. 36-37) prioritizes the availability of vaccines to essential workers" in Phase 1B of the vaccine protocol; and
    WHEREAS, school district staff at all levels are essential to the day-to-day operations of this district, responsible for the thorough and efficient education of all students and their social and emotional wellbeing, are critical for virtual and in-class instruction and are "essential workers".
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Brick Township Board of Education finds a substantial public purpose exists to request that Governor Murphy give appropriate priority in the statewide administration of the COVID-19 VACCINE to all public school district personnel.

    COVID-19 Vaccination Plan published by the State of New Jersey Department of Health, see: http;//nj.gov/health/legal/covid19/nj%20interim%20COVID-19%20Vaccination%20Plan%20-%20revised%2012-12-20.pdf

    RESOLVED, that a copy of this resolution shall be forwarded to the member of the insert legislative district number legislative district delegation, Assembly Speaker Craig J. Coughlin, Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney, Governor Phil Murphy, and to the New Jersey School Boards Association.



  13. To accept the 2019-2020 Audit, which contains no recommended Corrective Action, the CAFR and AMR have been reviewed and accepted by the Board of Education and approve the Audit Synopsis, as follows:
    Exhibit B1
    Exhibit B2

    Administrative Practices and Procedures

    None

    Financial Planning, Accounting and Reporting

    None

    School Purchasing Program

    None

    School Food Service

    None

    Student Body Activities

    None

    Application for State School Aid

    None

    Pupil Transportation

    None

    Facilities and Capital Assets

    None

    Miscellaneous

    None

    Status of Prior Year’s Findings/Recommendations

    None




  14. To ratify the acceptance of an increase in funding for the 2020-2021 Chapter 192 as submitted by ESCNJ, as attached:
    CHAPTER 192 193


  15. To ratify the Grant Award of Tricycles, Scooters and Little Tikes Cars from Donors Choose "Trikes for Tots Movement Matters" grant for Herbertsville and Warren H. Wolf Early Childhood Development Centers.


  16. To approve a Inter Local Governmental Asset Transfer of a Wrestling Mat located at  Brick Memorial High School to the Township of Brick.


  17. To approve a Licensing Agreement and Addendum with MTI for the Spring Production of "Fame Jr.", as attached:
    MTI LICENSING AGREEMENT
    MTI ADDENDUM


  18. To ratify an Agreement with Dynegy Marketing and Trade, LLC for the sale of Solar Renewable Energy Credits, as attache:
    DYNEGY AGREEMENT


  19. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for a Provider of Civil Engineering Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS, there exists a need for a provider of Civil Engineering Services for the LMES Parking Lot Project; and
    WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18A:18A 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 therefor; 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 inspection in the Office of the Board of Education; and
    WHEREAS, N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-5.2(a)5 states Professional services contracts are to be issued in a deliberative and efficient manner that ensures the school district receives the highest quality services at a fair and competitive price such as through a Request for Proposal based on cost and other specified factors.
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Brick Township Board of Education, as follows:
    1. That CME Associates be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education to the above position.
    2. This appointment is made in accordance with the Request for Proposal as a Professional Service under the provisions of the Local Public Contract Law because the services are to be performed by a person authorized by law to practice a recognized profession and whose practice is regulated by law and the performance of which services requires knowledge of an advanced type in a field of learning acquired by a prolonged formal course of specialized instruction and study as distinguished from general academic instruction for apprenticeship and training and meets the requirements of N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-5(a)1.
    3. This appointment is made in a Fair and Open process in accordance with N.J.S.A. 19A:44A-20.4 et seq.
    4. The fee for services for Phases A thru E shall not exceed $26,800.
    CME PROPOSAL
    5. The duration of the appointment will be for 12 months.
    6. A copy of this Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within 20 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.



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

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

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXPERIENCE

    1

    Damiano, Lynn

    BMHS

    Visual & Performing Arts Teacher

    07/01/2021

    24 years, 8 months

    2

    Luckenbach, Jeffrey

    LMES

    School Principal

    04/01/2021

    21 years, 7 months

    3

    Morgan, Ann

    TRNS

    School Bus Driver

    07/01/2021

    25 years, 5 months

    4

    Readel, Carol

    EHY

    BSI Teacher

    04/01/2021

    29 years, 7 months


  2. To approve resignations for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    BRICK EXPERIENCE

    1

    Malland, Matthew


    VMMS

    Custodial Worker

    02/20/2021

    7 months

    2

    Van Clief, Melissa

    BEST

    Recreation Aide

    02/20/2021

    2 years, 5 months

    3

    Killimett, Jasmine

    Central/ HR

    KBC 1

    03/01/2021

    2 years, 4 months




  3. To approve employment for the 20-21 SY, as listed:


    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION

    TITLE

    SALARY

    (to be pro-rated)

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Rovira, Amanda

    HECDC

    Teacher’s Aide - IEP

    Step 1

    $27,374

    On or after 02/22/2021

    2

    Russano, Frank

    EHY

    Custodial Worker

    3:30-11:30 p.m.

    $24,960

    02/19/2021

    3

    Abatemarco, Erica*

    LMES

    Teacher Aide

    IEP

    Step 1

    $27,374

    On or after 03/01/2021

    4

    Bazydlo, Rayna*

    HECDC

    Teacher Aide

    IEP

    Step 1

    $27,374

    On or after 03/01/2021

    5

    Erven, Faye*

    BTHS

    Teacher Aide

    IEP

    Step 1

    $27,374

    On or after 03/01/2021

    6

    Loza, Andrea*

    BTHS

    Teacher Aide

    IEP

    Step 1

    $27,374

    On or after 03/01/2021

    *Pending completion of necessary paperwork and criminal background check




  4. To approve BEST employment for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION

    TITLE

    STEP

    HOURLY RATE

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Alden, Gwynne

    BEST

    Substitute Recreation Aide

    Step 3

    $12.50 per hour

    02/22/2021


  5. To approve substitutes for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    No.

    Employee

    Title

    Rate

    Effective

    1

    Chong, Eliza

    Sub Bus Driver

    $17.00 per hour

    02/19/2021

    2

    Pennington, Lauren

    Sub Clerical Worker

    $12.00 per hour

    02/19/2021

    3

    Schaffer, Dawn

    Sub Bus Aide

    $12.00 per hour

    02/19/2021

    4

    Spina, Danielle

    Sub Clerical Worker

    $12.00 per hour

    2/19/2021

    5

    St.George, Catherine

    Sub Bus Aide

    $12.00 per hour

    02/19/2021

    6

    Vernon, Lisa

    Sub Nurse

    $150 per diem

    02/19/2021




  6. To approve transfers of employment for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    FROM

    TO (No change in salary)

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Rosamilia, Lisa

    BTHS

    KBC 3

    Central/HR

    KBC 3

    02/19/2021


  7. To ratify transfers of employment for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    FROM

    TO 

    (No change in salary)

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Dymerski, Sharon

    LMES

    Teacher Aide 

    IEP

    MES

    Teacher Aide

    IEP

    01/19/2021


  8. To approve changes of employment for the 20-21 SY, as listed:
    UPDATED 02/17/2021

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    FROM

    TO

    (to be prorated)

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Porter, Patricia

    Central/HR

    KBC 3

    $32,212

    BMHS

    Clerk 3 Steno

    $33,555

    02/19/2021

    2

    Spinelli, Tammi

    Central

    Principal Account Clerk

    $26,001

    Central

    KBC 1

    $24,960

    02/19/2021

    3

    Pokol, Scott

    EHY

    Custodial Worker

    11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    $43,743 Base

    $     525 Black Seal

    BTHS

    Custodial Worker

    3:00-11:00 p.m.

    $43,743 Base

    $     525 Black Seal

    $     320   Night Stipend

    02/19/2021

    4

    Vargovcik, Melanie

    Transportation

    Substitute School Bus Attendant

    $12 per hour

    Transportation

    School Bus Attendant - 4 hour

    $10,080


    02/19/2021

    5

    Gianettino, Robert

    Facilities

    Maintenance Repairer

    $52,185   Base

    $      525  Black Seal

    Facilities

    Sr. Maint. Repairer

    $53,435 Base

    $     525 Black Seal

    02/19/2021

    6

    Dougherty, Stephen

    Transportation

    Acting Supervising Mechanic

    $27,769 Base w/ additional $181.66 per diem

    Facilities

    Maintenance Repairer


    $27,769

    03/01/2021

    7

    Guckian, Thomas

    Transportation

    Mechanic Diesel

    $53,759

    Transportation

    Supervising Mechanic

    $76,000

    03/01/2021

    8

    Witel, Brian

    Facilities

    Sub Custodial Worker

    $12 per hour

    EHY

    Custodial Worker

    11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    $24,960

    02/19/021

    9

    Kish, Joseph

    VMMS

    Custodial Worker

    3:00-11:00 p.m.

    $24,960  base

    $525       black seal license

    Facilities

    Maintenance Repairer


    $26,210 base

    $     525 black seal

    02/19/2021

    10

    Fusco, Peter

    Substitute Athletic Trainer


    $150 per diem

    BTHS

    Athletic Trainer

    BA Step 5 $54,360

    Trainer Stipend $ 8,625

    Total  $62,985


    04/01/2021






  9. To ratify changes in start dates for certified staff for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION

    TITLE

    FROM

    TO

    Salary

    (to be prorated)

    1

    Rhodes, Kelle

    VMMS

    LDTC

    On or after 03/22/2021

    02/08/2021

    Step 14A MA $72,300


  10. To ratify changes in start dates for civil service staff for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION

    TITLE

    FROM

    TO

    Salary

    (to be prorated)

    1

    Rath, Daniel

    Central Office

    Accountant

    On or after 01/11/2021

    01/25/2021

    $52,000


  11. To rescind the approval of Sara Ball, BMHS Winter Cheer Head Coach, for the 20-21 SY.

  12. To ratify a change in coaching position and stipend for Nicole Pannucci, from BMHS Winter Cheer Asst. Coach $3,540 to BMHS Winter Cheer Head Coach at $4,382 for the 20-21 SY.

  13. To ratify a change in coaching position and stipend for Michael Berardinelli, from BTHS Head Wrestling Coach with a stipend of $8,625 to BTHS Asst. Wrestling Coach with a stipend of $5,733 for the 20-21 SY.

  14. To approve Matthew Opacity as the BTHS Head Wrestling Coach at $8,625 for the 20-21 SY.

  15. To rescind the approval of Eric Bruno, BMHS Asst. Winter Track Coach, for the 20-21 SY.

  16. To ratify Spring Coaches for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    No. 

    School

    Activity

    Position

    Name

    Stipend

    1

    LRMS

    Intramural Bowling

    Coach

    Elmendorf, Michael

    $2,830

    2

    VMMS

    Intramural Bowling

    Coach

    Mullarkey, Jacquelyn

    $2,830



  17. To approve Spring Coaches for the 20-21 SY, as attached:
     Spring Coaches

  18. To approve Event Workers for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    Last Name

    First Name

    1

    Bearse

    Teresa

    2

    Ferrara-Buldowski

    Laura

    3

    Testa

    Lois


  19. To approve leaves of absence for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE #

    EFFECTIVE

    PAY/BENEFITS

    1

    8662


    FMLA/NJFLA

    05/24/2021-

    06/30/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    2

    9695


    FMLA/NJFLA

     05/04/2021-

     06/30/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    3

    4672


    FMLA

    03/16/2021-

    04/06/2021


    FMLA/NJFLA

    04/07/2021-

    06/14/2021


    NJFLA

    06/15/2021-

    06/30/2021


    w/o pay, w/benefits

    4

    8615


    FMLA/NJFLA

    02/26/2021-

    05/27/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    5

    9550


    FMLA

    04/24/2021-

    05/02/2021


    FMLA/NJFLA

    05/03/2021-

    06/30/2021


    w/o pay, w/benefits

    6

    4080


    FMLA/NJFLA

    03/22/2021-

    04/20/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits


  20. To ratify leaves of absence for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE #

    EFFECTIVE

    PAY/BENEFITS

    1

    9975


    LOA

    02/03/2021-

    02/15/2021

    w/o pay, no benefits

    2

    6743


    FMLA

    01/30/2021-

    04/26/2021


    w/o pay, w/benefits

    3

    5014


    FMLA

    02/04/2021-

    02/15/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    4

    9987


    Intermittent LOA

    02/01/2021-

    02/19/2021


    (Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays)

    -----------------------------

    Intermittent LOA

    02/26/2021-

    03/26/2021


    (Fridays only)

    w/o pay, w/o benefits

    5

    7530


    FMLA/NJFLA

    02/01/2021-

    03/21/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits


  21. To ratify changes in leaves of absence for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE #

    FROM

    TO

    BENEFITS

    1

    8803


    FMLA

    02/19/2021-

    03/15/2021


    FMLA/NJFLA

    03/16/2021-

    05/13/2021

    FMLA

    02/09/2021-

    03/15/2021


    FMLA/NJFLA

    03/16/2021-

    06/08/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    2

    4083


    FMLA

    01/11/2021-

    01/29/2021

    FMLA

     01/11/2021-

     04/04/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    4

    8293



    FMLA/NJFLA

    01/04/2021-

    01/24/2021

    FMLA/NJFLA

    01/04/2021-

    02/25/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    5

    9241


    LOA

    09/01/2020-

    02/15/2021

    LOA

    09/01/2021-

    04/14/2021

    w/o pay, w/o benefits

    6

    9412


    FMLA/NJFLA

    01/28/2021-

    04/28/2021

    FMLA/NJFLA

    02/04/2021-

    05/05/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    7

    8604


    FMLA

    12/01/2020-

    02/01/2021

    FMLA

    12/01/2020-

    02/28/2021


    w/o pay, w/benefits

    8

    10010



    LOA

    12/19/2020-

    01/31/2021

    LOA

    12/19/2020-

    02/28/2021

    w/o pay, w/o benefits




  22. To approve Lorraine Cooper to plan the Special Education ESY/Enrichment program at $54 per hour not to exceed a total of 40 hours and $2,160 for the 20-21 SY, effective 02/19/2021.

  23. To approve Jeanette Wehner to assist in planning the Special Education ESY/Enrichment program at $49 per hour not to exceed a total of 30 hours and $1,470 for the 20-21 SY, effective 02/19/2021.

  24. To approve Courtney Kless, LDTC, to provide parent training and consultation as per student IEPs at $62 per hour not to exceed 50 hours and $3,100 for the 20-21 SY, effective 02/19/2021.

  25. To ratify the approval of Pamela Burdge, Teacher Aide, for 1:1 placement for an extracurricular activity at $19 per hour not to exceed 30 hours and $570 for the 20-21 SY, effective 01/26/2021.

  26. To approve Teacher Aides for 1:1 placement for an extracurricular activity (Bowling) at $19 per hour not to exceed a total of $912 for the 20-21 SY, effective 03/12/2021, as listed:

    No.

    Employee

    Home School

    1

    Negri, Christian

    LRMS

    2

    Castle, Diane

    BTHS

    3

    Kubiak, Barbara 

    VMMS

    4

    VanNess, Rebecca

    VMES

    5

    Pett, Lisa

    DPES



  27. To rescind Tracy Steigerwald as advisor of the Power Save Club at DPES for the 20-21 SY.

  28. To rescind Jennifer Farrar as the Theatre advisor at MES for the 20-21 SY.

  29. To approve Melissa Curran as the Theatre Advisor at MES with a stipend of $333 for the 20-21 SY.

  30. To approve Sarah Dunne as the Jr. National Honor Society Advisor at VMMS with a stipend of $1,416 for the 20-21 SY. 

  31. To ratify a correction in stipend for Rebecca McGettigan, VMMS Cheerleading Coach, from $5,675 to $5,318 for the 20-21 SY.

  32. To approve mentors for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    No.

    Mentor

    Mentee

    1

    Ditzig, Terese

    Puglisi, Starrlyn



  33. To approve an increase in hours for Title I Reallocation SEL/STEM Club teachers for the 20-21 SY, as attached:
     Title I Reallocation

  34. To approve an increase in hours for Title I Extended Day Coordinators for the 20-21 SY, as attached:
      Title I Extended Day Coordinators 

  35. To approve an increase in hours for Title I SIA Coordinator for the 20-21 SY, as attached:
     Title I SIA Coordinator

  36.  To approve Title I Jump Start Coordinators for the 20-21 SY, as attached:
     Title I Jump Start Coordinators

  37. To approve Curriculum Work with Title II Funds for the 20-21 SY, as attached:
     Title II Curriculum Work 

  38. To ratify a correction in placement for Alexandra Miranda from Teacher Aide WHW 1:1 placement to WHW Teacher Aide PEEA, effective 01/04/2021.

  39. To approve Tyler Evanecky for a Black Seal Stipend in the amount of $525, prorated, effective 03/01/2021.

  40. To ratify a cessation of employment for employee #9183, effective 02/02/2021.


  41. To ratify 4th block stipends for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    No.

    Employee

    School

    Position

    Days

    Stipend Amount

    1

    Yarbrough, Daniel

    BTHS

    AP Physics

    02/01/2021-06/30/2021

    90 days

    $5,000

    2

    Celona, Dawn

    BTHS

    Biological Science

    11/11/2020-

    12/10/2020

    20 days

    $1,111

    3

    Amoroso, Joseph

    BTHS

    Biological Science

    12/17/2020-01/15/2021

    15 days

    $833

    4

    Harzer, Judith

    BMHS

    Art

    Graphic Design

    01/19/2021-02/26/2021

    28 days

    $1,556

    5

    Valles, Christopher

    BMHS

    Art

    Ceramics

    01/19/2021-02/26/2021

    28 days

    $1,556

    6

    Estelle, Tammy

    BMHS

    Art

    Art I

    01/19/2021-02/26/2021

    28 days

    $1,556


  42. To approve a Memorandum of Agreement between the Brick Township Board of Education and the Brick Township Education Association effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2025.

POLICY AND PLANNING - The Superintendent recommends that the Board approve the following items

  1. To approve the 2021-2022 Brick Township School District Calendar, as attached: Updated 02/17/2021
    2021-2022 BRICK TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT CALENDAR 

PUBLIC COMMENT

This is the second opportunity for public comment.  Each participant is asked to give his or her name prior to making a statement.  All statements shall be directed to the presiding officer.  Comments shall be limited to five minutes and each speaker may only speak once.  The Board will not, during the public portion of this meeting, discuss matters involving employment, appointment, termination of employment, negotiations, terms and conditions of employment, evaluation of the performance of, promotion or disciplining of any specific or prospective or current employee and/or students.

BOARD COMMENT

CALENDAR

DATE

EVENT

TIME

MARCH 18, 2021

REGULAR MEETING

7:00 PM BPDC

ADJOURNMENT

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