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 September 27, 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:

  •          Harrasment, 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

PRESENTED BY THE BRICK SCHOOLS AIR FORCE JR ROTC CADETS

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

  • BRICK MEMORIAL AND BRICK TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES AND BRICK SCHOOLS AIR FORCE JR ROTC REPRESENTATIVE
     
  • HARASSMENT, INTIMIDATION AND BULLYING TRAINING
     

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

  1. AUGUST 19, 2021 - REGULAR MEETING

REPORTS

  • BOE PRESIDENT'S COMMENTS (LEGISLATIVE UPDATE)
  • 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 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 a revision to a student teacher placement, previously approved on 08/19/2021 agenda, as attached:
    STUDENT TEACHER PLACEMENT


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

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

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

     
  7. To approve the Nonpublic School Technology Agreement, and purchase of technology items, in accordance with the NJDOE Nonpublic School Technology Initiative Program funds, for the 2021-2022 School Year, as attached:
    NONPUBLIC SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY AGREEMENT

     
  8. To approve the Brick Township Public Schools new curriculum for the 2021-2022 school year, as attached:
    NEW CURRICULUM

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

  1. To approve the payment of vouchers, as attached: 
    REGULAR CHECKS - UPDATED 09/27/2021
    MANUAL CHECKS
    WIRE PAYMENTS
     
  2. To approve the Use of School District Facilities Reports, as attached:
    NON CHARGEABLE USE OF FACILITIES
    CHARGEABLE USE OF FACILITIES


     
  3. 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: UPDATED 09/27/2021
    SURPLUS



     
  4. To ratify a removal of an Out of District Student Placement, as attached:
    HAWKSWOOD 4539



     
  5. To ratify a In Coming Student Placement as attached:
    TOMS RIVER 7977
    FREEHOLD REGIONAL 9117


     
  6. To approve a revision to an Out of District Student Placements, as attached:
    HAWKSWOOD 7307


     
  7. To ratify Out of District Student Placements, as attached:
    BONNIE BREA 8151
    CCMC 8567
    CPC 5612
    HAWKSWOOD 3130
    OCVT
    OCEAN ACADEMY 6065
    OCEAN ACADEMY 9088
    REGIONAL DAY 5255
    COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND 7289



     
  8. To ratify a Parental Transportation Contract, effective September 8, 2021 thru June 14, 2022, for Route RG-2022 at a cost of $96.19 per diem, not to exceed $17,314.20, as attached:
    ROUTE RG 2022


     
  9. To ratify a Parental Transportation Contract, effective September 8, 2021 thru June 14, 2022, for Route EP-2022 at a cost of $96.19 per diem, not to exceed $17,314.20, as attached:
    ROUTE EP 2022

     
  10. To accept funding for Chapter 192 193 for Non Public Students for the 2021-2022 school year, as attached:
    CHAPTER 192 193



     
  11. To ratify an Addendum with ESS Northeast, LLC for the 2021-2022 school year, as attached:
    ESS NORTHEAST ADDENDUM 



     
  12. To ratify the acceptance of a donation of 25 cases of Rubbermaid Hand Sanitizer from Hillyard Inc, valued at $1,500.


     
  13. To ratify the acceptance of a donation of 18 cases of SupplyAid Sanitizer from Home Depot, valued at $3,231.


     
  14. To accept a donation of classroom supplies from Burlington Stores, valued at $1,000 for Veterans Memorial Middle School.


     
  15. To ratify Applications for Change of Use of Educational Facilities for the 2021-2022 school year, as attached:
    2021-2022 CHANGE OF USE OF EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES APPLICATIONS



     
  16. To award a bid for Charter Bus Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS, the bids were opened and reviewed on September 14, 2021, as attached:
    CHARTER BUS SERVICE BIDS
    BE IT RESOLVED, that the Brick Township Board of Education award the bid for Charter Bus Services, as follows:

    VENDOR

    TOTAL

    STOUTS CHARTER SERVICE INC. $95,390


     
  17. To approve a Participation Agreement with Ocean County College for the 2021-2022 school year, as attached:
    OCEAN COUNTY COLLEGE PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT



     
  18. To delegate the authority to the School District Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., CPA for supervision of the School Facilities Project, DOE project #0530-043-22-1000, for the Lake Riviera Middle School Boiler Replacement Project, an "other capital project" with no state funding, on behalf of the Board of Education.

     
  19. To authorize Spiezle Architectural Group Inc., the District Architect of record to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for DOE Project #0530-043-22-1000 for the Lake Riviera Middle School Boiler Replacement Project, an "other capital project" with no state funding, on behalf of the Board of Education.


     
  20. To authorize Spiezle Architectural Group Inc to amend the District's currently approved Long Range Facilities Plan and submit all required documents to the New Jersey Department of Education for approval as "other capital projects" with no state funding for the Lake Riviera Middle School Boiler Replacement Project, DOE Project #0530-043-22-1000.


     
  21. To delegate the authority to the School District Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., CPA for supervision of the School Facilities Project, DOE project #0530-035-22-1000, for the Emma Havens Young Elementary School Boiler Replacement Project, an "other capital project" with no state funding, on behalf of the Board of Education.


     
  22. To authorize Spiezle Architectural Group Inc., the District Architect of record to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for DOE Project #0530-035-22-1000 for the Emma Havens Young Elementary School Boiler Replacement Project, an "other capital project" with no state funding, on behalf of the Board of Education.

     
  23. To authorize Spiezle Architectural Group Inc to amend the District's currently approved Long Range Facilities Plan and submit all required documents to the New Jersey Department of Education for approval as "other capital projects" with no state funding for the Emma Havens Young Elementary School Boiler Replacement Project, DOE Project #0530-035-22-1000.


     
  24. To delegate the authority to the School District Business Administrator, James W. Edwards, Jr., CPA for supervision of the School Facilities Project, DOE project #0530-060-22-1000, for the Midstreams Elementary School Boiler Replacement Project, an "other capital project" with no state funding, on behalf of the Board of Education.


     
  25. To authorize Spiezle Architectural Group Inc., the District Architect of record to work on behalf of the District to prepare all plans, specifications, drawings and necessary bid related documents for DOE Project #0530-060-22-1000 for the Midstreams Elementary School Boiler Replacement Project, an "other capital project" with no state funding, on behalf of the Board of Education.


     
  26. To authorize Spiezle Architectural Group Inc to amend the District's currently approved Long Range Facilities Plan and submit all required documents to the New Jersey Department of Education for approval as "other capital projects" with no state funding for the Midstreams Elementary School Boiler Replacement Project, DOE Project #0530-060-22-1000.



     
  27. To approve a Resolution for the submission for Stabilization Aid, as follows:
    WHEREAS, the Brick Township School District ("the district"), despite seeing temporary relief from ESSER Grant funds and favorable budget variances for the prior two budget years due to the pandemic, is experiencing, and will continue to experience, fiscal distress as a structural deficit is building due to the reduction in state school aid with the implementation of Chapter Law 67 (known as S-2), whereby our state school aid has been reduced by $14,142,722 million (cumulative loss of $29,553,113 million) since 2018-19; and
    WHEREAS, given the current class sizes and staffing levels in the 2021-22 school year, and given that in the most recent Taxpayers' Guide to Education Spending (2021), the district is the 22nd lowest total spending per pupil district, and 10th lowest budgetary cost per pupil demonstrates that the district is already fiscally lean and the district does not believe any further significant budget cuts can be made without having a very negative impact on students in terms of class sizes and program offerings; and
    WHEREAS, the district requires additional aid in 2021-22 as we anticipate a state aid reduction of approximately $4,963,612 at a minimum for the 2022-23 school year (based on the state aid calculation spreadsheet provided by the NJ Association of School Business Officials), and such aid reductions cannot be fully made up for through the required 2% tax levy increase nor by any significant reductions in expenses as noted above, nor should the aid reduction be made up for by using additional ESSER funds as such funds are temporary and will lead to an even more sever funding cliff; and
    NOW THEREFORE BE RESOLVED that the Board of Education hereby authorizes the submission of an application for Stabilization Aid in the amount of $15,012,983 and an Education Rescue Grant in the amount of $967,754, due to fiscal distress we are and will be experiencing; and

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a certified copy of this Resolution be forwarded to the New Jersey Commissioner of Education and will accompany the September 2021 cover letter submitted by the Superintendent.


     
  28. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for a provider of Architect Services, as follows:
    WHEREAS, there exists a need for a provider of Architect Services for the LRMS HVAC Project; and
    WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18:18A 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; 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)4 states Professional Services contracts are to be issued in a deliberative and efficient manner that ensures the District receives the highest quality service 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 Netta Architects 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 regulated by 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-20.26.
    4. The fee for services shall not exceed $338,783.
    NETTA LRMS HVAC PROPOSAL
    5. The duration of this 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.


     

  29. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for a provider of Architect Services, as follows:

    WHEREAS, there exists a need for a provider of Architect Services for the VMMS HVAC/BOILER Project; and
    WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18:18A 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; 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)4 states Professional Services contracts are to be issued in a deliberative and efficient manner that ensures the District receives the highest quality service 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 Netta Architects 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 regulated by 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-20.26.
    4. The fee for services shall not exceed $327,477.
    NETTA VMMS HVAC BOILER PROPOSAL
    5. The duration of this 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.


     

  30. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for a provider of Architect Services, as follows:

    WHEREAS, there exists a need for a provider of Architect Services for the EHY HVAC Project; and
    WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18:18A 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; 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)4 states Professional Services contracts are to be issued in a deliberative and efficient manner that ensures the District receives the highest quality service 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 Netta Architects 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 regulated by 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-20.26.
    4. The fee for services shall not exceed $194,704.
    NETTA EHY HVAC PROPOSAL
    5. The duration of this 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.


     

  31. To approve a Fair and Open Resolution for a provider of Architect Services, as follows:

    WHEREAS, there exists a need for a provider of Architect Services for the LM HVAC Project; and
    WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18:18A 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; 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)4 states Professional Services contracts are to be issued in a deliberative and efficient manner that ensures the District receives the highest quality service 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 Spiezle Architectural 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 regulated by 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-20.26.
    4. The fee for services shall not exceed $134,955.
    SPIEZLE LM HVAC UPGRADES PROPOSAL
    5. The duration of this 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.

     

  32. To authorize the Business Administrator, Superintendent and Board President to issue check payment to DCO Energy in an amount not to exceed the submitted application amount upon review and confirmation of contractual compliance of payment application with attachments submitted by DCO Energy.

     

  33. To ratify the Fit To Return Contract with Preferred Behavioral Health Group, for the 2021-2022 school year, as attached: 
    PREFERRED FIT TO RETURN CONTRACT


     

  34. To ratify a parental contract, effective July 7, 2021 through August 17, 2021 for Route EP-ESY 2021 at a cost of $93.33 per diem, not to exceed $2,800, as attached:
    ROUTE EP-ESY-2021


     

  35. To approve a Service Agreement and Amendment with Liberty Vending, LLC, as attached:
    LIBERTY VENDING SERVICE AGREEMENT
    LIBERTY VENDING AMENDMENT


     

  36. To accept a donation of 36 gallon bottles of hand sanitizer, 110 multi-purpose anti-bacterial wipes and 12 buckets of disinfectant wipes from Lowes Home Improvement Center, valued at $1,200.

     

  37. To approve a Musical Agreement with Tams-Witmark for the production of the "Wizard of OZ", as attached:
    TAMS WITMARK WIZARD OF OZ 




     

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

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

2. To approve resignations for the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 RESIGNATIONS

 

3. To approve changes of resignations for the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 CHANGES OF RESIGNATIONS

 

4. To ratify resignations for the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 RATIFY RESIGNATIONS

 

5. To Approve employment for the 2021-2022 SY, as listed: Updated 09/27/2021

 EMPLOYMENT

 

6. To ratify employment for the 2021-2022 SY, as listed: Updated 09/27/2021

 RATIFY EMPLOYMENT 

 

7. To approve employment of substitutes for the 2021-2022 SY, as listed: Updated 09/27/2021

 EMPLOYMENT OF SUBSTITUTES

 

8. To ratify employment of Substitutes for the 2021-2022 SY, as listed: Updated 09/27/2021

 RATIFY EMPLOYMENT OF SUBSTITUTES 

 

9. To approve changes of employment for the 2021-2022 SY, as listed: Updated 09/27/2021

 CHANGES OF EMPLOYMENT 

 

10. To ratify transfers of emplyment for the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 RATIFY TRANSFERS OF EMPLOYMENT 

 

11. To approve leaves of absence during the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 LEAVES OF ABSENCES 

 

12. To approve changes in the leaves of absence during the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 CHANGES IN LEAVES OF ABSENCES 

 

13. To ratify changes in leaves of absences during the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 RATIFY LEAVES OF ABSENCES 

 

14. Approve mentors during the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 MENTORS 

 

15. Ratify mentors during the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 RATIFY MENTORS 

 

16. Approve advisors during the 20-21 - 2022 SY, as listed:

 ADVISORS 

 

17. To ratify Lead Grounds stipend during the 2021-2022 SY, as listed: Updated 09/27/2021

 RATIFY BLACK SEAL STIPEND

 

 
18. To ratify the fourth block stipend during the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:
 
 

19. Recomend to approve the amended salaries as per contract for the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 RATIFY SALARY CORRECTION 

 

20. To approve tuition reimbursement for Summer 2021 Doctoral coursework as per BTASA Contract, as listed:


 Tuition Reimbursement

 

21. To approve the removal of substitutes during the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 REMOVAL OF SUBSTITUTES 

 

22. To rescind employment, as listed:

 RESCIND EMPLOYMENT 

 

23. To ratify the approval of Professional Development/Transition days in August 2021 as listed:

 RATIFY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAYS 

 

24. To ratify the approval of volunteer coaches during the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 VOLUNTEER COACHES 

 

25. To ratify the approval of Nurse Coordinators during the 2021-2022 SY, as listed:

 NURSE COORDINATORS 

 

26. To approve school nurses to complete up to 5 hours each, as per BTEA contract During the 21-22 SY, as listed:

 SCHOOL NURSES 

 

27. To ratify the approval of Special Services Professional Development, as listed:

 SPECIAL SERVICES PD 

 

28. Ratify Employment of Webmasters/Sysops, as listed: 

 RATIFY WEBMASTER / SYSOPS 

 

29. To approve Business Office Staff to provide additional Business Office support and service outside of their normal work schedule at $49 per hour not to exceed 10 hours per week each for the period of September 28th, 2021 through October 29, 2021 (50 hours each).

 Business Office Support

 

30.To approve the following staff for Curriculum Work/Professional Development for August/September using Title II Funds as attached:

 APPROVE CURRICULUM AND PD PROJECTS 

 

31. To ratify the following staff for Curriculum Work/Professional Development for August/September using Title II Funds as attached: 

 RATIFY CURRICULUM AND PD PRJOECTS 

 

32. To ratify the termination of employee #9972 efective 6/16/2021.

 

33. To ratify change in start date, as attached:

 RATIFY CHANGE IN START DATE 

 

34. To ratify the following Special Education staff to work in the Extended Day Program from October 18, 2021 - May 19, 2022 using ARP Funds, as attached: Added 09/27/2021

 EXTENDED DAY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

35. To ratify the following Pre-school Professional Development during the 2021-2022 SY, as attached: Added 09/27/2021

 PRE-SCHOOL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

 

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

  1. To approve on First Reading Policies, as attached:
    4147.1 STAFF VACCINATION AND TESTING



     
  2. To approve revisions to Policies, as attached:
    1250 VISITORS
    3541 TRANSPORTATION SAFETY
    5141.3 HEALTH EXAMINATIONS AND IMMUNIZATIONS 


     
  3. To approve the dedication of the Brick Memorial High School Athletic Office in memory of Mr. William J. Bruno, former Athletic Director Brick Township Public Schools and Brick Memorial High School, as outlined on the attached, from 2003 to 2015:
    DEDICATION

     

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

OCTOBER 11, 2021

COLUMBUS DAY

EARLY DISMISSAL FOR STUDENTS
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR STAFF

OCTOBER 26, 2021

RESCHEDULED MEETING 7:00PM BPDC


 

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