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 June 24, 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 one hour and the general nature of the subject matter to be discussed is as follows:
Superintendent Evaluation
Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Reports

    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

MOMENT OF SILENCE

Moment of Silence for the Passing of Bill Bruno, former Athletic Director for the Brick Township Public Schools and recently retired NJSIAA Director.

VIDEO PRESENTATIONS

  • NJSBA OCEAN COUNTY 8TH GRADE DIALOGUE VIDEO

  • BTPS SPRING HAPPENINGS VIDEO

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

RECOGNITIONS

  • NJ PTA
  • OCEAN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD ASSOCIATION 
  • OCEAN COUNTY ATHLETIC DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR

VIDEO PRESENTATION

  • "GOOD JOB BTPS HEROES"

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

  1. MAY 20, 2021 - EXECUTIVE SESSION

  2. MAY 20, 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 Travel/Training, as required by the School District Accountability Act, as attached:
    TRAVEL/TRAINING


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

  3. To approve the Pre-Med Volunteer Club for Brick Memorial High School, as attached:
    PRE-MED CLUB

  4. To approve the Multicultural Volunteer Club for Brick Memorial High School, as attached:
    MULTICULTURAL CLUB

  5. To ratify the Grant Application/Submission to Donors Choose for BMHS, as attached:
    DONORSCHOOSE

  6. To approve the Grant Applications/Submissions to Donors Choose for BMHS, as attached:
    DONORSCHOOSE

  7. To approve the Grant Applications/Submissions to Donors Choose for VMMS, as attached:
    DONORSCHOOSE

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 April 30, 2021.


  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 April 30, 2021, 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
    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 removals of Out of District Student Placements, as attached:
    EAST MOUNTAIN 5483
    LEHMANN 6724


  9. To ratify a revision to an In Coming Tuition Student Placement, as attached:
    TOMS RIVER 0957
    LAKEWOOD 7906


  10. To ratify a revision to an Out of District Student Placement, as attached:
    BANCROFT 5405



  11. To approve Out of District Student Placements, as attached:

    CCMC 2944

    CCMC 4581

    CCMC 4666

    CCMC 4667

    CCMC 4702

    CCMC 9527

    LEHMANN 5138 BANCROFT 5405 COLLIER 8888
    COASTAL 3031 COASTAL 6659 EDUCATION ACADEMY 1847
    EDUCATION ACADEMY 4384 RUGBY 8526  CPC 5569
    COLLIER 1101  COLLIER 3626 COLLIER 7150
    SCHROTH 4698  NEW ROADS 3180 NEW ROADS 4221



  12. To approve a revision for an Out of District Student Placement for the 2021-2022 school year, as attached:
    SEARCH DAY 9484




  13. To approve a Resolution to participate in the Camden County Educational Services Commission, as attached:
    CAMDEN COUNTY RESOLUTION TO PARTICIPATE


  14. To approve the Cooperative Pricing Agreement with Camden County Educational Services Commission, as attached:
    CAMDEN COUNTY PRICING AGREEMENT


  15. To approve submission of the School Security Grant application and acceptance of Grant funds pursuant to Alyssa's Law for the 2020-2021 school year in the amount of $481,056 and the availability of local funds in case the total estimated costs of the proposed work exceed the school district's grant allowance.


  16. To approve a Resolution for the transfer of current year surplus to Capital Reserve, as follows:
    WHEREAS, 
    N.J.S.A. 18A:21-2 permits a Board of Education to establish and/or deposit into certain reserve accounts at year end, and;
    WHEREAS, the aforementioned statue authorize procedures, under the authority of the Commissioner of Education, which permit a Board of Education to transfer anticipated excess current revenue or unexpended appropriations into reserve accounts during the month of June by Board Resolution, and;
    WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education wishes to deposit anticipated current year surplus into a Capital Reserve account at year end, and;
    WHEREAS, the Brick Township Board of Education has determined that $5,440,856 is available for such purpose of transfer.
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Education that it hereby authorizes the District School Business Administrator to make these transfers consistent with all applicable laws and regulations.



  17. To approve Petty Cash for the 2021-2022 school year, as attached:
    2021 2022 PETTY CASH


  18. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for Insurance Brokerage Services for Health Benefits, as follows:
    WHEREAS,
    there exists a need for a provider of Insurance Brokerage Services for Health Benefits, and;
    WHEREAS, this appointment is awarded as an Extraordinary Unspecifiable Service in accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-5(2) as the services to be performed are specialized and qualitative in nature requiring expertise, extensive training and reputation in the field of endeavor; and
    NOT THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Brick Township Board of Education, as follows:
    1. That Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc. in accordance with their Competitive Contract response, be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education to said position.
    2. The fee for services shall be, as attached:
    GALLAGHER BENEFIT SERVICES
    3. A copy of the Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within twenty (20) days after its passage.
    4. A certified copy of the Resolution together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.
    5. The duration of this appointment shall be from 07/01/2021 through 06/30/2022.



  19. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for Insurance Brokerage Services for Workers Compensation, as follows:
    WHEREAS, 
    there exists a need for a provider of Insurance Brokerage Services for Workers Compensation, and;
    WHEREAS, this appointment is awarded as an Extraordinary Unspecifiable Service in accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-5(2) as the services to be performed are specialized and qualitative in nature requiring expertise, extensive training and reputation in the field of endeavor; and
    NOT THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Brick Township Board of Education, as follows:
    1. That William H. Connolly, LLC in accordance with their Competitive Contract response, be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education to said position.
    2. The fee for services shall be, as attached:
    WILLIAM H CONNOLLY INC
    3. A copy of the Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within twenty (20) days after its passage.
    4. A certified copy of the Resolution together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.
    5. The duration of this appointment shall be from 07/01/2021 through 06/30/2022.


  20. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for Substitute Teacher and Substitute Paraprofessional Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS, there exists a need for a provider of Substitute Teacher and Substitute Paraprofessional Services, and 
    WHEREAS, this appointment is awarded as an Extraordinary Unspecifiable Service in accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-5(2) as the services to be performed are specialized and qualitative in nature requiring expertise, extensive training and reputation in the field of endeavor; and
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Brick Township Board of Education, as follows:
    1. That ESS Northeast, LLC in accordance with their Competitive Contract response, be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education to said position.
    2. The fee for Substitute Teacher services shall not exceed $1,205,447 and the fee for Substitute Paraprofessional shall not exceed $188,581, as per the proposal, as attached:
    ESS NORTHEAST, LLC
    3. A copy of the Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within twenty (20) days after its passage.
    4. A certified copy of the Resolution together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.
    5. The duration of this appointment shall be from 07/01/2021 through 06/30/2022.


  21. To approve a Resolution for School Photographer Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS, 
    there exists a need for a provider of School Photographer Services; and
    WHEREAS, this appointment is awarded as an Extraordinary and Unspecifiable Service in accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-5(2) as the services to be performed are specialized and qualitative in nature requiring expertise, extensive training and proven reputation in the field of endeavor; and
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Brick Township Board of Education, as follows:
    1. That Lifetouch in accordance with their Competitive Contract response, be and is hereby appointed by the Brick Township Board of Education to said position.
    2. The fee for services shall be as per the proposal, as attached:
    Lifetouch
    3. A copy of this Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within 20 days after its passage.
    4. A certified copy of this Resolution, together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.
    5. The duration this appointment shall be from July 1, 2021 thru June 30, 2022.



  22. To approve the rejection of all Requests for Proposals received on June 18, 2021 for the provider of Behavior Analyst and Clinical Associate Services.  Updated 06/23/2021


  23. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for a provider of Behavioral Consultant Services, as follows: Updated 06/23/2021
    WHEREAS, 
    there exists a need for a provider of Behavior Analyst and Clinical Associate Services; 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 Delta T Group 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 shall not exceed 20 days at $600 Per day, for a total of $12,000
    DELTA T GROUP
    5. The duration of this appointment shall be from 07/01/2021 through 06/30/2022.
    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.



  24. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for the provider of Legal Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS, there exists a need for a provider of Legal Services; 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-5(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 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 Montenegro, Thompson, Montenegro and Genz 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 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. This fee for services shall be $145 per hour, not to exceed 1,184 hours, $171,680 total, as per attached:
    MONTENEGRO, THOMPSON, MONTENEGRO AND GENZ
    5. A copy of the Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within twenty (20) days after its passage.
    6. A certified copy of the Resolution together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.
    7. The duration of this appointment shall be from 07/01/2021 through 06/30/2022.


  25. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for a Provider of Labor Counsel Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS, 
    there exists a need for a provider of Labor Counsel Services; 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 Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt, Cappelli, Tipton & Taylor, LLC 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 as a Professional Service under the provisions of the Local Public Contract Law because the service 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 service shall not exceed $33,300, as per attached proposal.
    Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt, Cappelli, Tipton and Taylor LLC
    5. The duration of this appointment shall be from 07/01/2021 through 06/30/2022.
    6. A copy of the Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within 20 days after its passage.
    7. A certified copy of the Resolution, together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.



  26. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for a Provider of Legal Counsel for Special Education Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS, there exists a need for a provider of Legal Counsel for Special Education Services; 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 Weiner Law Group, LLP 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 as a Professional Service under the provisions of the Local Public Contract Law because the service 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 service shall be $145 per hour, not to exceed 1,171 hours, $169,795 total, as per attached proposal.
    WEINER LAW GROUP LLP
    5. The duration of this appointment shall be from 07/01/2021 through 06/30/2022.
    6. A copy of the Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within 20 days after its passage.
    7. A certified copy of the Resolution, together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.


  27. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for a Provider of Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS, there exists a need for a provider of Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy Services; 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 Advanced Education Centers 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 as a Professional Service under the provisions of the Local Public Contract Law because the service 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 shall not exceed the following: OT $69.50 per hr/550 hrs ($38,225), PT $75.00 per hr/390 hrs ($29,250) and Speech $69.50 per hr/1,670 hrs ($116,065)
    as per attached proposal.
    ADVANCED EDUCATION CENTERS
    5. The duration of this appointment shall be from 07/01/2021 through 06/30/2022.
    6. A copy of the Resolution shall be published in the Asbury Park Press as required by law within 20 days after its passage.
    7. A certified copy of the Resolution, together with a copy of the proposal shall remain on file and be available for inspection.



  28. To recommend NW Financial as the Financial Advisor of Record for the 2021-2022 school year, as per their response dated 06/08/2021, as attached:
    NW FINANCIAL



  29. To recommend Netta Architects and Spiezle Architect Group as the Architects of Record for the 2021-2022 school year, as per their responses, as attached:
    NETTA ARCHITECTS
    SPIEZLE ARCHITECT GROUP


  30. To recommend Bright View Engineers, CME Associates and Suburban Consulting Engineers as the Civil Engineers of Record for the 2021-2022 school year, as per their responses, as attached:
    BRIGHT VIEW ENGINEERS
    CME ASSOCIATES
    SUBURBAN CONSULTING ENGINEERS



  31. To approve a Resolution authorizing contracts with certain approved CO-OP Vendors for contracting units for the 2021-2022 school year, 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, 2021 through June 30, 2022.
    CO OP VENDORS


  32. To approve a Resolution authorizing contracts with certain approved State Contract Vendors for the 2021-2022 school year, 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 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 execute 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 Contract Vendors on the attached list, pursuant to all conditions of the individual State Contract; 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, 2021 through June 30, 2022.
    STATE VENDORS


  33. To approve a Reciprocity Agreement with Integrity Health for the 2021-2022 school year, as attached:
    RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT 2021 2022



  34. To approve an Inter Local Governmental Asset Transfer of Books from Herbertsville Early Childhood Development Center to the Township of Brick, as attached:
    BOOK LISTS



  35. To approve a revision of a motion approved on January 7, 2021, as follows:
    To authorize the personnel listed below to sign checks, effective July 1, 2021 until the 2022 Reorganization Meeting, as follows:

    RESOLVED, the President, Board Secretary and Treasurer of School Monies be empowered to sign all checks, drafts, notes, acceptances, or other evidences of indebtedness of the Brick Township Board of Education, effective from this date until the 2022 Reorganization Meeting, and granting authority to have necessary signature plates made to be used to sign checks.


  36. To approve a Resolution advocating for Local Control regarding the Mask Mandate Decision, as follows:

    WHEREAS, the Brick Township Public School District in New Jersey, has effectively collaborated with teachers, staff, students, parents, and health officials to sustain effective education in their schools in accordance with all State requirements and Governor’s Executive Orders throughout the Pandemic, and;
    WHEREAS, Brick Schools’ “Restart Plan” detailed four phases of entry providing in-person learning and virtual learning: Phase I Hybrid Model; Phase II 4-Days Per Week In-Person Early Dismissal; Phase III 5-Days Per Week Early Dismissal; and lastly, Phase IV Full-Day 5-Days Per Week In-Person, and;
    WHEREAS, this iterative approach with staging different populations by grade levels has proven effective, and;
    WHEREAS, the vast majority of Brick Schools Staff has been vaccinated and continue to be diligent with practicing the most up-to-date NJDOE/NJDOH/CDC recommended protocols, and;
    WHEREAS, this evidence based process aligned to the data from the NJ COVID-19 Risk Matrix, provides us the confidence that in Brick Township, our students will be best-served by the State providing us with the ability to, as a District, responsibly evaluate and implement mask-wearing protocols for staff and students, and;
    WHEREAS, mask mandates have been lifted in most forums, NJ students and staff are still required to continue mask wearing in schools, and;
    WHEREAS, limiting the ability of school districts to make data-driven, fact based decisions that serve the best interests of their learning community goes against everything public education stands for.
    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Brick Township Board of Education encourages the Governor to consider making mask wearing in schools optional and/or return the decision to local control for each District/Community.




  37. To approve premiums to provide Property and Casualty Insurance with New Jersey Schools Insurance Group (NJSIG) for the 2021-2022 school year, as follows:

    COVERAGE DESCRIPTION

    COST

    COMMERCIAL PACKAGE $746,093
    ERRORS AND OMISSIONS $141,023
    TREASURER'S BOND $2,860


  38. To approve a Shared Services Agreement with CJ Pride, as attached:
    CJ PRIDE SHARED SERVICES AGREEMENT


  39. To approve a contract with Horizon Healthcare Services for Stop Loss Insurance Benefits, as attached:
    HORIZON STOP LOSS



  40. To ratify the acceptance of an increase in funding for the 2020-2021 Chapter 192/193, as attached:
    CHAPTER 192 193


  41. To ratify a revision to the agreement with Panorama, previously approved on 05/20/2021, as attached:
    PANORAMA REVISED


  42. To ratify a revision to the agreement with Frontline, previously approved on 05/20/2021, as attached:
    FRONTLINE REVISED


  43. To approve a Memorandum of Agreement and Addendum with Georgian Court University for the 2021-2022 school year, as attached:
    GEORGIAN COURT UNIVERSITY MOA
    GEORGIAN COURT UNIVERSITY ADDENDUM


  44. To approve a Shared Services Agreement between the Brick Township Board of Education and the Foundation for Educational Administration (FEA) for the 2021-2022 school year, as attached:
    FEA SHARED SERVICE AGREEMENT


  45. To accept a donation of 2,000 sq feet of sod for the Veterans Memorial Middle School Sports complex from Jersey Shore Summer Lacrosse.


  46. To approve the submission and acceptance of the American Rescue Plan - ESSER Grant and Funds, as follows:

    GRANT

    ARP – ESSER

    American Rescue Plan – ESSER

    $9,520,253





  47. To approve acceptance and submission of the 2022 ESEA Consolidate Federal Grant funds for Fiscal Year 2022, as follows:

    INITIAL ALLOCATION

    PUBLIC

    NON-PUBLIC

    TITLE I-A

    $1,292,521

    $1,292,521

    -0-

    TITLE II –A

    $261,211

    $249,117

    $12,094

    TITLE III

    $66,845

    $66,845

    -0-

    TITLE IV-A

    $94,400

    $90,029

    $4,371





  48. To approve the rejection of all Requests for Proposals received on June 15, 2021 for the provider of School Physician Services.


  49. To accept donations totalling $260.25 for the Brick Township Public Schools Cafeteria Program, as attached:
    DONATIONS


  50. To approve the NJ DOE 2021 2022 CAR Pilot (Year 2) Participating District Agreement, as attached: Updated 06/24/2021
    CAR PILOT PARTICIPATING DISTRICT AGREEMENT

HUMAN RESOURCES - The 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

    Brink, Bonnie

    LRMS

    School Nurse

    01/01/2022

    17 years, 4 months

    2

    Nubile, James

    BTHS

    Administrator

    09/01/2021

    19 years, 8 months

    3

    DeTata, Kelly

    VMMS

    Middle School Teacher

    07/01/2021

    18 years

    4

    DeRosa, Peter

    Cafeteria

    Truck Driver

    08/01/2021

    19 years, 11 months

    5

    Boyd, Jerry

    DPES

    Custodian

    08/01/2021

    31 years, 11 months



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

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Molawka, Erin

    MIDS

    Teacher

    07/01/2021

    2

    Gribble, Raymond

    TRNS

    Bus Driver

    07/01/2021

    3

    Tortorella, Alfred

    TRNS

    Bus Driver

    07/01/2021

    4

    Keeling, Melissa

    VMES

    Music Teacher

    07/01/2021



  3. To approve resignations for the 21-22 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Limaldi, Brenda

    VMES/OES

    Music Teacher

    08/30/2021

    2 Ecklof, Brianna HECDC
    PEEA Teacher
    09/01/2021


  4. To ratify resignations for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION/TITLE

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Reisig, Alexander

    BEST

    Program Leader

    05/31/2021

    2

    Molawka, Andrew

    Technology

    Security Comm Specialist

    06/12/2021

    3

    Arout, Anna

    Cafe

    Food Service Worker

    05/27/2021




  5. To approve employment for the 21-22 SY, as attached:
            Approve Employment

  6. To ratify employment for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    LOCATION

    TITLE

    SALARY

    (to be pro-rated)

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Carroll, John

    Administrative Offices

    Custodial Worker

    $24,960 base

    $320 night stipend

    06/14/2021




  7. To approve the employment of John Carroll, Custodial Worker, for the 21-22 SY, at $25,584 base, effective 07/01/2021.


  8. To ratify transfers for the 20-21 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    FROM

    TO 

    (No change in salary)

    EFFECTIVE

    1

    Sparany, Christopher

    Maintenance Worker 2

    Veterans Complex

    Maintenance Worker 2

    Cutting Crew Southside

    (Remove $750 lead stipend)

    05/11/2021

    2

    Tinik, Timothy

    Maintenance Worker 2

    Cutting Crew Southside


    Maintenance Worker 2

    Veterans Complex

    (Add $750 Lead Stipend)

    05/11/2021

    3

    Winniki, Geraldine

    LRMS

    Teacher Aide - MD

    DPES

    Teacher Aide - LLD

    05/18/2021




  9. To approve certified staff transfers for the 21-22 SY, as attached:
     Transfers


  10. To approve transfers for the 21-22 SY, as listed:
         

     

    LAST NAME

    FIRST NAME

    JOB TITLE

    FROM

    TO

    (no change in salary)

    Effective

    1

    Canjura

    Adrienne

    PT FSW

    VMES

    3.5 Hours

    LMES

    3.5 Hours

    09/01/21

    2

    Helwig

    Joanne

    PT FSW

    LRMS

    4 Hours

    BTHS

    4 Hours

    09/01/21


    3

    Johnson

    Jeannette

    PT FSW

    OES

    5 Hours

    VMES

    5 Hours

    09/01/21

    4

    Bennett

    Kathy

    Cook

    EHY

    VMMS

    09/01/21

    5

    Blair

    Patricia

    Cook

    VMMS

    EHY

    09/01/21


    6

    Mazzuca

    Joan

    Cook

    DPES

    MES

    09/01/21



  11. To ratify TWU transfers for the 21-22 SY, as attached:
     Ratify TWU Transfers


  12. To amend the resolution #33 from May 20 , 2021 agenda and to approve Brittany Bucco to be the Assistant Principal of LRMS with a salary of $105,603, as per contract, effective 07/01/2021.

  13. To rescind the transfer of Meredith Hudson, Assistant Principal, from BMHS to LRMS.

  14. To recommend the approval of Meredith Hudson from Assistant Principal BMHS to Principal of EHY at MA +15 $126,225, as per contract, effective 08/02/2021.

  15. To approve a change of employment for Michael Gawronski, from BTHS Business Teacher to VMMS Assistant Principal $99,725 as per contract, effective 07/01/2021.

  16. To approve a change of employment for Ilene Glastein, from BMHS Math Teacher to BMHS Assistant Principal $100,725 as per contract, effective 08/02/2021.

  17. To approve the employment of Ryan Hesnan as BTHS Assistant Principal at $100,725 as per contract, effective 09/01/2021 or earlier. 

  18. To approve the change of employment for Michael Cintron from VMMS Social Studies Teacher to EHY Assistant Principal $98,787, as per contract, effective 08/02/2021.

  19. To approve the employment of Mary Kane as Elementary Supervisor of ELA/SS K-5 & ELL K-12, at $115,000, as per contract, effective 07/12/2021.

  20. To approve with regret the resignation of Sean Cranston, Director of HR, effective 08/02/2021.

  21. To approve the change of employment for William Kleissler from Principal BTHS to Central Office Director of HR at $172,000, as per contract, effective 8/2/2021.

  22. To approve the change of employment for David Kasyan from Principal EHY to Principal BTHS at $153,957, as per contract, effective 08/02/2021.


  23. To approve changes of employment for the 21-22 SY, as attached:
     Changes of Employment


  24. To approve new substitutes for the 21-22 SY, as attached:
    New Subs
  25. To approve the renewal of substitutes for the 21-22 SY, as attached:
     Sub Renewals


  26. To ratify the removal of substitutes for the 21-22 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    Employee Number

    Title

    Effective 

    1

    9845

    Sub Security Officer

    06/01/2021



  27. To approve leaves of absence for the 21-22 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE #

    EFFECTIVE

    PAY/BENEFITS

    1

    9217


    LOA

    07/01/2021-

    10/02/2021

    w/o pay, w/o benefits



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

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE #

    EFFECTIVE

    PAY/BENEFITS

    1

    6471


    FMLA

    06/01/2021-

    06/18/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    2

    5865


    FMLA

    05/25/2021 (½ PM)-

    06/18/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    3

    7946


    FMLA

    05/24/2021

    06/13/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    4

    5915


    FMLA

    06/08/2021-

    06/24/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    5

    9626


    FMLA

    06/11/2021-

    06/18/2021

    w/o pay, w/benefits

    6

    10173


    LOA

    06/21/2021-

    06/25/2021

    w/o pay, w/o benefits



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

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE #

    FROM

    TO

    BENEFITS

    1

    9244


    FMLA

    05/06/2021-

    05/25/2021

    FMLA

    05/06/2021-

    06/13/2021


    w/o pay, w/benefits



  30. To approve IT work tech part-time for the 21-22 SY at $15 per hour not to exceed $10,000, as listed:

    No. 

    Employee

    Rate per Hour

    1

    Caruso, Anthony

    $15

    2

    Jacob, Sara

    $15

    3

    Richardson, Hannah

    $15




  31. To approve staff for the 21-22 SY, for Board Meeting Video Production at $49 per hour, including 1/2 hour for setup and 1/2 hour for breakdown, as listed:

    NO.

    Employee Name

    1

    Ferster, Richard

    2

    Jelks, Kenneth

    3

    Krzyzczuk, Ryan

    Kubiak, David

    5

    Black, Daniel




  32. To ratify staff for Audio/Video for Promotion and Graduation ceremonies, as listed:

    NO.

    EMPLOYEE

    Event

    Rate/Hours

    1

    Murdock, Scott

    LRMS Promotion Audio

    BTHS Graduation Audio


    $27 per hour not to exceed 8 hours

    2

    Schnorrbusch, Joseph

    VMMS Promotion Audio

    BMHS Graduation Audio

    $27 per hour not to exceed 7.5 hours

    3

    Jelks, Kenneth

    LRMS Promotion Video

    BTHS Graduation A/V Support

    $49 per hour not to exceed 8 hours

    4

    Kubiak, David

    LRMS Pormotion A/V Support

    BTHS Graduation Video

    $49 per hour not to exceed 8 hours

    5

    Krzyzczuk, Ryan

    VMMS Promotion Video

    BMHS Graduation Video

    $49 per hour not to exceed 7.5 hours

  33. To approve Fall Coaches for the 21-22 SY, as attached:
     Fall Coaches


  34. To approve TWU stipends for the 21-22 SY, effective 07/01/2021, as attached:
     TWU Stipends


  35. To approve night stipend differential of $320 for the 21-22 SY, effective 09/01/2021, as attached:
     Night Stipend 


  36. To approve BEST staff for the 21-22 SY, as attached:
     BEST Staff 21-22


  37. To approve the Paint Crew for the 21-22 SY, not to exceed a grand total of 1799 hours and $24,225 , effective, 07/01/2021, as attached:
     Paint Crew


  38. To approve tuition reimbursement for David Kasyan in the amount of $3,058 for doctoral coursework.

  39. To ratify cessation of employment for Employee #9959 effective 09/13/2020.


  40. To approve all active employees as Event Workers for the 21-22 SY and fees, as attached.
     Fall
     Winter
     Spring 
     Middle School 



  41. To approve the job descriptions as attached:
     Preschool Coordinator 
      CPIS Social Worker


  42. To approve staff for Professional Development/Curriculum Projects for summer 2021 using Title II funds, not to exceed the number of days/hours listed, as attached:
     PD Curriculum Projects

  43. To approve staff for ELL Testing at $49 per hour not to exceed a total of 30 hours and $1,470, for the 21-22 SY, as attached pending the availability of Title I funds:
     ELL Testing

  44. To approve summer staff for the 21-22 SY, as attached:
     Additional Title I Jumpstart
     Math Arcademies
     Enrichment Clubs
     Bridge to Algebra

     Mindfulness Art
     AP Enrichment 

     Summer Music Camp
     Credit Recovery



  45. To approve Michelle Amorgretti to deliver Multi-Sensory Reading at $49 per hour for 25 hours not to exceed $1,225 effective 07/01/21-08/31/21.

  46. To approve Christian Negri, Teacher Aide, for Summer Base program for 23 days at 6 hours per day @$19, not to exceed $2,622, effective 07/01/21-08/31/21.

  47. To approve Tracy Komoroski, Teacher Aide, for Summer Base program for 23 days at 6 hours per day @$19, not to exceed $2,622, effective 07/01/21-08/31/21.

  48. To approve Sean Thorton, Teacher Aide, for Summer Base program for an additional 3 days at 6 hours per day @$19, not to exceed an additional $342, effective 07/01/21-08/31/21.

  49. To approve Heather McGowan, Teacher, for Summer Base enrichment program for an additional 2 hours per day for 23 days @$49 per hour, not to exceed an additional $2,254, effective 07/01/2021.

  50. To rescind the approval of the following staff for summer programs for the 21-22 SY, as listed:

    No.

    Name

    Program

    Amount

    BOE Date/Motion/Number

    Account Number

    1

    Kieslor, Denise

    BASE ESY Aide

    $1,520

    5/20/2021

    16/#65

    11-000-217-106-99-002-000

    2

    Kieslor, Denise

    BASE Enrichment Aide

    $760

    5/20/21

    17/#65

    20-477-100-100-99-000-000

    3

    Koblan, Doris Regina

    BASE ESY Aide

    $1,748

    5/20/21

    16/#19

    11-000-217-106-99-002-000

    4

    Koblan, Doris Regina

    BASE Enrichment Aide

    $874

    5/20/21

    17/#19

    20-477-100-100-99-000-000

    5

    Marks, Timothy

    BASE ESY Aide

    $1,748

    5/20/21

    16/#20

    11-000-217-106-99-002-000

    6

    Marks, Timothy

    BASE Enrichment Aide

    $874

    5/20/21

    17/#19

    20-477-100-100-99-000-000

    7

    Shopshire, Tracey

    BASE ESY Teacher

    $3,920

    5/20/21

    16/#42

    11-000-217-101-99-002-000

    8

    Shopshire, Tracey

    BASE Enrichment Teacher

    $1,960

    5/20/21

    17/#42

    20-477-100-100-99-000-000

    9

    Santoro, Laura

    BASE ESY Virtual Teacher

    $3,920

    5/20/21

    16/#92

    ESSER-2

    10

    Decker, Donna

    BASE ESY Teacher Aide

    $1,520

    5/20/2021

    16/#60

    11-000-217-106-99-002-000

    11

    Decher, Sarah

    BASE ESY Virtual Teacher

    $3,920

    5/20/21

    16/#91

    ESSER-2





  51. To approve Sarah Decher, Teacher, for Summer BASE ESY and Enrichment at 4 hours per day for 23 days @$49 per hour not to exceed $4,508 and for 2 hours per day for 23 days @$49 per hour not to exceed $2,254 respectively, effective 7/1/21-8/31/21.

  52. To approve Dina Puglisi, Teacher, to work Summer BASE ESY and Enrichment at 4 hours per day for 23 days @ $49 per hour not to exceed $4,508 and for 2 hours per day for 23 days @$49 per hour not to exceed $2,254 respectively, effective 7/1/21 - 8/31/21.

  53. To approve Jacqueline Sacco, Teacher, to work Summer BASE ESY and Enrichment at 4 hours per day for 23 days @ $49 per hour not to exceed $4,508 and for 2 hours per day for 23 days @$49 per hour not to exceed $2,254 respectively, effective 7/1/21 - 8/31/21.

  54. To ratify the approval of Christian Negri, Teacher Aide,  for 1:1 support to attend chorus practice for graduation at $19.00 per hour for a maximum of 3 hours and $57 effective 06/07/2021.


  55. To approve Kevin McKnight, BMHS, and Angela Smith, BTHS, as Guidance Coordinators at their respective schools for the 21-22 SY with a stipend of $3,000, effective 09/01/2021.


  56. To approve the 11 month stipend for guidance counselors for the 21-22 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    Employee

    Location/Title

    Stipend

    1

    McKnight, Kevin

    BMHS/ Guidance

    $9,899

    2

    Smith, Angela

    BTHS/ Guidance

    $7,247

    3

    Corus-Ratkowski, Michelle

    LRMS/ Guidance

    $9,026

    4

    Brannick, Kaci

    VMMS/ Guidance 

    $6,098



  57. To approve the 11 month stipend for the ROTC program during the 21-22 SY, as listed:

    NO.

    Employee

    Location/Title

    Stipend

    1

    Davis, Donovan

    BMHS/ ROTC Teacher

    $ 9,899

    2

    Futrell, Robert

    BMHS/ ROTC Teacher

    $ 7,538


  58. To approve the 11 month stipend for Jacqueline Janik for the Preschool Coordinator Position for the 21-22 SY in the amount of $8,706.


  59. To approve Summer Food Service workers for the 21-22 SY, effective 7/1/21-8/31/21, as attached:
     Summer Food Service


  60. To approve Summer Bus Drivers and Summer Bus Attendants for the 21-22 SY, effective 7/1/21 through 8/31/21, as attached: Updated 06/24/2021
    Summer Bus Master


  61. To approve Substitute Summer Bus Drivers and Substitute Summer Bus Attendants for the 21-22 SY, effective 7/1/21-8/31/21, as attached:
     Substitute Bus Drivers and Attendants



  62. To ratify CST Summer Work for the 20-21 SY not to exceed $11,921, effective 6/21/21-6/30/21, as attached:
     CST June

  63. To ratify teachers for CST meetings for the 20-21 SY, at $49 per hour, not to exceed $2,858, effective 6/21/21 - 6/30/21, as attached:
     Teachers IEP June


  64. To approve summer hours for the 21-22 SY for Cynthia Doyle, Attendance Officer, for a total of 60 hours at $49 per hour, not to exceed $2,940.

  65. To approve Earl Mosely as the HIB Coordinator for the 21-22 SY.

  66. To approve summer hours for the 21-22 SY for Earl Mosely at $49 per hour for 10 days at 6 hours per day, not to exceed $2,940.

  67. To approve John Frankowski, Supervising Maintenance Repairer/Supervisor Landscape, for a stipend of $2,000 to be the IPM Coordinator for the 21-22 SY.

  68. To approve William Kleissler to be the District Affirmative Action Officer for the 21-22 SY.

  69. To approve Kristen Hanson to be the Homeless Liaison for the 21-22 SY.

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

  1. To approve a revision to the 2021-2022 School District Calendar, as attached: Updated 06/23/2021
    2021 2022 DISTRICT CALENDAR REVISED


  2. To approve the 2021-2022 BTPS Safe Restart Plan, as attached: Updated 06/23/2021
    2021 2022 BTPS SAFE RESTART PLAN


  3. To approve the Statement of Assurance for the 2020 2021 School Security Drill Completion, as attached:
    2020 2021 SCHOOL SECURITY DRILL STATE OF ASSURANCE

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

JULY 5, 2021

INDEPENDENCE DAY
RECOGNIZED

SCHOOLS CLOSED

JULY 15, 2021

REGULAR MEETING

7:00 PM BPDC

ADJOURNMENT

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