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Agenda February 23, 2016 Open Session

ROSELLE PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT Office of the Superintendent February 12, 2016 TO: FROM: SUBJECT:

Christopher Miller, President Members of the Board of Education Pedro Garrido, Superintendent AGENDA FOR BOARD MEETING – February 23, 2016

Notice of Meeting This meeting, held in Aldene School gymnasium/auditorium, is an open session of the Roselle Park Board of Education held under the Open Public Meetings Act of the State of New Jersey. Notice of this meeting was sent to the Star Ledger, Union Leader, the Home News Tribune, the borough clerk, school offices, and district website.

Roll Call President Miller _____ Troy Gerten Vice President Harms _____ Scott Nelson Alexander Balaban _____ Sundjata Sekou Rodric Bowman _____ Jeofrey Vita Kevin Cancino _____ Pedro Garrido, Superintendent of Schools Susan Guercio, School Business Administrator/Board Secretary Jennifer Osborne, Board Attorney

_____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

Flag Salute Resolution – Executive Session RESOLVED, That the Roselle Park Board of Education meeting hereby convenes to executive session for discussion of the following subjects: 1.

Personnel

It is anticipated that the executive session will take approximately 60 minutes; the Board may take action during public session. The Board shall return to public session, following executive session, at approximately 7 p.m. The minutes of the executive session shall be released to the public when the reason for the executive session no longer exists. Moved AYE

Seconded NAY

Time

Motion to return to public session (to be moved in public session) Moved Seconded Time AYE NAY

Agenda February 23, 2016 Open Session

Public Participation – 7:00 PM – Agenda Items Only Committee Reports Principal’s Report Student Recognition The following students are being recognized for their participation in the Kean University Collaborative Concert: Grade 4: Grade 5: Kayla Makhoul Kushan Patel Christopher Luciano Zoe Ponzio Emily Toms Niomi Sotelo Patrick Haas Veronica Ruiz Kylah Frazier Henner Santiago Gonzalez Anaiya Luciano Dunisha Julien Alexandra Carvajal Nira Patel Vedaant Vyas Kylee Rodriguez Mara Geanta Maria Inacio Adriana Valencia Dante Rodriguez Marissa Colon Madison Chaillet-Galletta Remi Newhart Ana Guimaraes Ava Andreola Anayah Rivera Mandeep Kaur Bryce McDonald Julia Perez Leila Torres Madison Gallo Brianna Oddo Jessica Farnkopf Marco Valencia Anthony Bien The following students will be recognized for doing a Random Act of Kindness: Megan Berrios Sabina Charlot Liam Rock Dario Joasil Adrian DeJesus Sydney Becker Victor Solar Susan Shaw Brian Luna Ava Makhoul David Newhart Amiel Aguilar Patryk Kaszubowski Kushan Patel Anayah Rivera Katherine Castillo Allison Naranjo Anthony Molinaro

Superintendent’s Report

Lia Vaquedano Matthew Hamenia Edha Gupta Kamren Ferreira Zuzanna Kokytka Charlise Sepulveda Salome Granda-Cano Brooke Gallo Julissa Colon Kamila Castro-Dworzynska Matthew DeLeon Madison Chaillet-Galletta Odet Bekhit Michelle Ruiz Omar Avendano Dylan McCall Michelle Moncada

Hector Velasquez Mia Farry Mariah Ortega Sofia Perez Shiloh Abud Sarah Drahos Riya Patel Hannah Foy Kira Posso Arianna Roman Antonio Spano Chris Luciano Jordy Gonzalez Cecilia Cuahutlehua Maggie McConnell Callen Mahoney Siaka Gassama

Agenda February 23, 2016 Open Session

POLICY A motion was made by _______________ and seconded by _______________ to approve agenda item 1.

1.

District Policy – Second Reading To approve the following Section 504/Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) revised district policy: (second reading) SECTION 504/AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA)

Vice President Harms Mr. Balaban Mr. Bowman Mr. Cancino

_____ _____ _____ _____

Mr. Gerten Mr. Nelson Mr. Sekou Mr. Vita President Miller

____ ____ ____ ____ ____

On roll call, motion _____

PERSONNEL Consent Agenda Motion – Personnel A motion was made by ________________________seconded by ___________________ to approve the following agenda items 2 through 9A.

2.

Staff Appointments To appoint the following staff: (as recommended by the Superintendent) (as per RPEA contract)

a. Lacie Wolf, Aldene, Paraprofessional, effective February 12, 2016 through June 30, 2016 at 5.5hrs/day, 5 days/week for $14.52/hr. (repl. J. Pagano) b. Rachelle Pardo-Langevin, Speech Language Specialist, effective April 18, 2016 through June 30, 2016, M7 $61,829 (pro-rated) (repl. M. Felicio)

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Agenda February 23, 2016 Open Session

3.

WISE “Energize with Math” Personnel To appoint the following WISE “Energize with Math” personnel at $34.83 per hour: (as recommended by the Superintendent) (as per RPEA contract) (February – April 2016) (21 sessions)

(21 sessions)

Robert Gordon Teachers

EJF-Aldene Teachers

Mary Beth Connell Rebecca McEvoy Natalie Basile Substitutes Dina Ortizio Loretta Smith Alexandra Swirz

Chris Dimakos 0Judy Nese Jodi Foy Gina Faria Mary Lou Gugger Alexanra Martinho Substitutes Rebecca Nunes Rashmi Baxi Paraprofessionals $14.52/hr. MaryJane Leinberger Roseann Mazzatelli Lisa Heim (sub)

Lisa Lugara Josephine Marino Jessica Gilchrist

(21 sessions)

Sherman School Teachers Jennifer Burgos, Denise Matarante, Carlie Parker, Jane Garretson, Jacquelene Padovano, Christina Shaute, Randi Sheps, Tara Lechner, Katie Jones Substitutes: Karina DiLillo, B. Scholz

4.

Additional Lunch Supervisor Personnel To approve the following lunchroom supervisor for the 2015-2016 school year (as recommended by the Superintendent): (as per RPEA contract) (lunch supervisors – $25.00/day)

Robert Gordon Mary Beth Connell – sub

5.

Maternity Leave of Absence Extension (Christine Sas. Aldene Counselor) RESOLVED, that the Board, upon recommendation of the Superintendent, approves the contractual child care leave of absence of Christine Sas pursuant to the Collective Bargaining agreement between the Board and Roselle Park Education Association commencing March 1, 2016 and extending through the end of the 2015-2016 school year. The employee shall return to the District as of the first staff reporting day of the 20162017 school year. The employee shall not receive salary during this contractual leave period. The employee shall receive health benefits during this contractual leave period as provided by the existing Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Board and the Roselle Park Education.

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Agenda February 23, 2016 Open Session

6.

Change of Assignment To approve the following change of assignment: (as recommended by the Superintendent) (as per RPEA contract)

Nancy Arvizzigno Aldene Guidance M1 $58,551

7.

From: Mat. Leave Replacement 9/1/2015 – 3/1/2016

To: Mat. Leave Replacement 9/1/2015 – 6/30/2016

(repl. C. Sas)

(repl. C. Sas)

After School Instruction To approve the following teachers to provide Robotics instructions to 7th graders after school for 6 weeks, 3 hours per week, at $34.83 per hour: (as recommended by the Superintendent) (as per RPEA contract)

Jameson Chin

8.

Ryan Flatley

High School Extra-Curricular Coaches 2015-2016 To approve the following high school extra-curricular coaches for the 2015-2016 school year: (as recommended by the Superintendent) (as per RPEA contract) Head Boys Tennis Assistant Boys Tennis

9.

Hilton Seibert Richard Greco

2-2 1-1

$4,593 $2,763

Retirement Compensation Approval to pay the following retirement compensation as recommended by the Superintendent: (in accordance with respective CBAs.) Secretaries Vivian Petz

$3,242.64 $9,720

14.5 days X $233.63 216 days X $45

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vacation days sick days

Agenda February 23, 2016 Open Session

9A.

Employee Evaluation The Roselle Park Board of Education, upon recommendation of the Superintendent, directs employee #5665 to undergo a psychiatric examination pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:16-2. Vice President Harms Mr. Balaban Mr. Bowman Mr. Cancino

_____ _____ _____ _____

Mr. Gerten Mr. Nelson Mr. Sekou Mr. Vita President Miller

____ ____ ____ ____ ____

On roll call, motion _____

EDUCATION A motion was made by ________________________seconded by ___________________ to approve the following agenda items numbered 10 through 14.

10.

Education Programs To approve the following education program(s) for the 2015-2016 school year: Home Instruction #90 2hrs./wk/per subj 2/1/16 – TBD #91 1hr./wk/per subj 2/1/16 – TBD Fit to Return #92 The Family Resource Center Speech & Language Therapy Services #93 Kathy Moreno 2/17/16-4/8/16 Bilingual Child Study Team Education & Psychological Evaluations #94 Isabel Guarino Educational Sylvia Martins-Neno Psychological

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$34.83/hr. $34.83/hr. $150 $88/hr. $400 $450

Agenda February 23, 2016 Open Session

11.

Educational Trip Requests To approve the following district educational trip requests:

12.

a.

Doyle’s Farm, Hillsborough May 24, 2016 Grade 2 Students will learn how a farm operates & the significance of many farm animals

b.

Art & Soul Gallery, Roselle Park February 11, 2016 Grade 4 Art Students will paint in a real art gallery setting and learn about palettes & canvas

c.

Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton June 14, 2016 Sherman Grade 5 Art Students will visit a sculpture park, culmination of Enriched Art Class

d.

Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton June 9, 2016 RG & Aldene Grade 5 Art Students will visit a sculpture park, culmination of Enriched Art Class

e.

Manasquan Reservoir Environmental Center April 21, 2016 Grade 3 Students will explore the aquatic habitat using classifications & science skills

f.

Prudential Center, Newark May 26, 2016 Grades 4-8 Chorus Students will be exposed to new & different genres of music & have the opportunity to sing with 7000 other musicians

Harassment/ Intimidation/Bullying Incidents To affirm the Superintendent’s recommendation on the following harassment/ intimidation/bullying incidents: #15010, #15011, #15012

13.

K -5 Curriculum Approval To approve the World Language Spanish Curriculum K-5 in accordance with the respective Common Core State Standards and/or NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards. This includes corresponding textbooks, supporting materials and the five year curriculum cycle.

14. 2016-2017 District Calendar To approve the proposed 2016-2017 district school calendar.

Motion _____ 7

Agenda February 23, 2016 Open Session

BUSINESS A motion was made by ________________________seconded by ___________________ to approve the following agenda items 15 through 20.

15.

Monthly Certification A. Board Secretary's Monthly Certification, Budgetary Line Item Status Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6:20-2.l3(d), I certify that as of January 31, 2016 no budgetary line item account has obligations and payments (contractual orders) which in total exceed the amount appropriated by the district board of education pursuant to N.J.S.A. l8A:22-8 and l8:22-8.l ____________________________ Board Secretary

____________________ Date

A. Board of Education's Monthly Certification, Budgetary Major Account/Fund Status Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6:20-2.l3(e), we certify that as of January 31, 2016 after review of the secretary's monthly financial report (appropriations section) and upon consultation with the appropriate district officials that to the best of our knowledge no major account or fund has been over expended in violation of N.J.A.C. 6:20- 2.l3(b) and that sufficient funds are available to meet the district's financial obligations for the remainder of the fiscal year. This certification is solely based on the information provided by the School Business Administrator/Board Secretary and is assumed by the board to be correct.

16.

Approval of Transfers To approve the following transfers for the month of January 2016: TUIT TO COUNTY SPEC SER OTHER PURCH SERVICES SUPPLIES & MATERIALS OTHER PURCH SERVICES OTHER PURCH SERVICES SAL OF PRINCI/ASST SALARIES TUIT TO PRIVATE SCH HANC PURCH PROF SERVICES PURCH TECHNICAL SERV HEALTH BENEFITS GENERAL SUPPLIES SUPPLIES & MATERIALS OTHER PURCH SERVICES

11-000-100-565 11-000-211-500 11-000-222-600 11-000-252-500 11-000-230-590 11-000-240-103 11-000-251-100 11-000-100-566 11-000-213-300 11-000-252-340 11-000-291-270 11-190-100-610 20-260-100-600 20-260-200-500

$396,129.00 $38,537.00 $6,015.00 $1,420.00 $15,765.56 $358.00 $8,250.00 $2,370.00 $135,000.00 $50,000.00 $880,910.00 $105,000.00 $312,318.00 $45,000.00 $607,541.00 -$38,537.00 $12,895.00 -$1,420.00 $19,102.00 -$2,370.00 $5,998,453.00 -$200,000.00 $436,965.68 -$358.00 $1,000.00 $343.00 $7,000.00 -$343.00 $8,837,344.24 $0.00

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$434,666.00 $7,435.00 $16,123.56 $10,620.00 $185,000.00 $985,910.00 $357,318.00 $569,004.00 $11,475.00 $16,732.00 $5,798,453.00 $436,607.68 $1,343.00 $6,657.00 $8,837,344.24

Agenda February 23, 2016 Open Session

17.

Secretary/Treasurers Report To approve the secretary/treasurer reports for the period ending December 2015.

18.

Use of Buildings and Grounds To approve the following use of buildings and grounds (appropriate fees to be charged where applicable):

19.

a.

Roselle Park Recreational Soccer – spring registration Middle School – students’ cafeteria Thursday, February 25, 2016 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

b.

Roselle Park Girl Scouts Troop 40399 – meetings Sherman School – students’ cafeteria Thursdays, February 25, March 10, 24, 2016 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

c.

Roselle Park Recreational Basketball – pictures Anthony Signorello Youth Center Saturday, February 27, 2016 8:00AM – 1:30PM

Approval of Bills To approve the following bills for the month of January: General Current Expense Special Revenue Funds Enterprise Fund Total

20.

$289,166.90 $ 9,879.88 $ 69,239.43 $368,286.21

Approval of Minutes To approve the following minutes: January 5, 2016 January 19, 2016

open session open session

Motion_____ 9

January 5, 2016 January 19, 2016

closed session closed session

Agenda February 23, 2016 Open Session

Continuing Business Students identified as not residing in Roselle Park/removed from school: October 20 November 3 November 17 December 1 January 5 January 19 February 2 February 23 Total

1 student 0 students 0 students 0 students 0 students 0 students 1 student 2 students 4 students

New Business Public Participation

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Agenda February 23, 2016 Open Session

Resolution – Executive Session (if required) RESOLVED, That the Roselle Park Board of Education meeting hereby convenes to executive session for discussion of the following subjects:___________________________ It is anticipated that the executive session will take approximately___________; the Board may take action when it reconvenes to public session; and the minutes of the executive session shall be released to the public when the reason for the executive session no longer exists.

Closed Session Motion to go into closed session to discuss personnel matters or other exceptions to the sunshine law as follows: (no action to be taken) 1. Any matter considered confidential by federal law, state statue, or court rule; 2. Any matter in which the release of information would impair the receipt of federal funds; 3. Any material which would constitute an unwarranted invasion of individual privacy if disclosed; 4. Any collective bargaining agreements; 5. Any matter involving the purchase, lease or acquisition of real property with public funds; 6. Any tactics and techniques used in protecting the safety and property of the public; 7. Any pending or anticipated litigation; 8. Personnel matters related to the employment, appointment or termination of current or prospective employees. 9. Attorney/client privilege. Moved Seconded AYE NAY Time Motion to return to open session. Moved AYE

Seconded NAY

Time

Adjournment A motion was made by __________________________ seconded by __________________ to adjourn the meeting at _________ p.m.

Motion _____

Next scheduled board meeting: March 8, 2016 – Sherman gymnasium/auditorium - 7:00 PM (entrance through the gymnasium doors)

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