MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA All Items Were Approved High School North Library by the Board of Educatio...

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA All Items Were Approved High School North Library by the Board of Education

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 6:00 PM Student Recognition / 7:00 PM Closed Session / 8:00 PM Staff Recognition Public Meeting to Follow Closed Session (Estimated 8:00 PM)

Middletown Township Board of Education James Cody, President Robert Banta, Vice President

William O. George III, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools

Vincent Brand Michael Donlon Ernest Donnelly Susan Griffin Helene Henkel Joan Minnuies Danielle Walsh

Amy P. Gallagher, CPA Business Administrator / Board Secretary

MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

1. Board Recognition at 6:00 PM in the HSN Auditorium – Recognition Program  Spring All-Shore Student-Athletes  NJSIAA Tournament of Champions Unified Track Team,  Team/Individual Spring Sports Accomplishments  Coach Recognition 2. Call to Order by the Board President– Opening of Meeting 3. Sunshine Announcement: “Adequate notice of this meeting was provided by sending such notice to the Asbury Park Press, The Middletown Patch, and the Middletown Twp. Public Schools District Website and the posting of such notice at the August T. Miner Administrative Offices and each elementary, middle, and secondary school in the district”. 4. Roll Call 5. High School Student Representatives Address the Board of Education, Dr. George and Mrs. Gallagher o Christine Ma, High School South Senior Class Council President o Grace Hill, High School North Representative 6. Resolution For Executive Session 7. Call to Order by the Board President – Opening of Meeting 8. Pledge of Allegiance 9. Re-Reading of Sunshine Notice 10. Roll Call 11. Moment of Silence  Kyle Michael Todd, a 2013 graduate of Middletown High School South, passed away on May 24th. Kyle attended Middletown Village Elementary School, Thompson Middle School and High School South. He was currently attending Brookdale Community College and looking forward to transferring to Rutgers to get a degree in Landscape Maintenance and Design. 12. Mission Statement: The Middletown Township Public School District, in partnership with our resourceful and historically rich community, provides students with a rigorous and relevant education, rooted in the New Jersey and Common Core State Standards, motivating them to recognize and develop their full potential as responsible citizens, contributing to an ever-evolving global society.

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

13. Code of Ethics for School Board Members (Statute 18A:12-24.1):  I will uphold and enforce all laws, state board rules and regulations, and court orders pertaining to schools. Desired changes should be brought about only through legal and ethical procedures.  I will make decisions in terms of the educational welfare of children and will seek to develop and maintain public schools which meet the individual needs of all children regardless of their ability, race, creed, sex or social standing.  I will confine my board action to policymaking, planning, and appraisal and I will help to frame policies and plans only after the board has consulted those who will be affected by them.  I will carry out my responsibility, not to administer the schools, but, together with my fellow board members, to see that they are well run.  I will recognize that authority rests with the board of education and will make no personal promises nor take any private action which may compromise the board.  I will refuse to surrender my independent judgment to special interest or partisan political groups or to use the schools for personal gain or for the gain of friends.  I will hold confidential all matters pertaining to the schools which, if disclosed, would needlessly injure individuals or the schools. But, in all other matters, I will provide accurate information and, in concert with my fellow board members, interpret to the staff the aspirations of the community for its schools.  I will vote to appoint the best qualified personnel available after consideration of the recommendation of the chief administrative officer.  I will support and protect school personnel in proper performance of their duties.  I will refer all complaints to the chief administrative officer and will act on such complaints at public meetings only after failure of an administrative solution. 14. Recognition of Retirees and Support Staff Employees of the Year – Recognition Program 15. Presentation on Enrollment Projections Report – T&M Associates 16. Presentation on Strategic Plan Update –District Administration 17. Opportunity for Public Comment on Agenda Items Only 18. Motion to Approve Minutes  Executive Session –May 24, 2016  Voting Meeting – May 24, 2016 19. Appointments/Approvals for the 2016-2017 School Year A. Appointment of Christopher B. Parton, Esq. with the firm of Kenney, Gross, Kovats & Parton (Board Attorney) at $130 per hour effective July 1, 2016 through July 26, 2016. (Charge to Account #11-000-230-331-22-190) B. Appointment of Christopher B. Parton, Esq. with the firm of Kenney, Gross, Kovats & Parton (Labor Relations) at $130 per hour effective July 1, 2016 through July 26, 2016. (Charge to Account #11-000-230-331-22-191)

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

C. Appointment of Comegno Law Group, P.C. as special legal counsel, attorney rate of $175/hour, effective July 1, 2016 through July 26, 2016 (Charge to Account #11-000-230-331-22-191) D. Appointment of the following brokers of record: 1) Medical Insurance Broker of Record for July 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016: Brown and Brown Benefit Advisors at a flat rate of $95,000 (to be pro-rated) Charge to: Account: 11-000-291-270-00-000 2) Appointment of Property/Casualty Workers’ Compensation Insurance Broker of Record for July 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016: Brown and Brown Metro Insurance at a flat rate of $58,000 (to be pro-rated) Charge to: Accounts: 11-000-262-520-22-211 11-000-262-520-22-212 11-000-291-260-00-000 20. Reports A. Report of the President B. Report of the Business Administrator/Board Secretary 1) Motion to accept the Report of the Treasurer and the Report of the Secretary as being in agreement for the month of May 2016 - Attachment BA-1 2) Motion to accept the Board Secretary’s certification that no major budget line item has been over-expended for the month of May 2016. 3) Approval of transfers for May 2016 – Attachment BA-2 4) Motion to approve Bill List for the period of May 25, 2016 through June 21, 2016 - Attachment BA-3 5) Recommend approval to void outstanding checks per account, prior to calendar year 2016 in net payroll account and 12/31/15 in the general and athletic accounts: General Account Check Date 1/23/2015 1/23/2015 7/17/2015 8/21/2015 8/21/2015

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Check# 65807 66066 67414 67745 67963

Check Amount 265.14 549.00 16.55 320.87 40.00

MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

10/16/2015

68382 $

Athletics Account Check Date 3/24/2015 6/3/2015 10/2/2015 12/11/2015 Net Payroll Account Check Date 7/15/2014 7/15/2014 7/15/2014 8/15/2014 9/15/2014 10/31/2014 11/14/2014 11/26/2014 11/26/2014 11/26/2014 12/15/2014 12/23/2014 2/27/2015 3/31/2015 4/15/2015 4/15/2015 4/30/2015 5/15/2015 5/15/2015 5/29/2015 6/15/2015 6/30/2015 6/30/2015

Check# 19487 19915 20162 20471

Check# 344706 344884 344949 345123 345342 346499 347161 347520 347576 347591 347997 348359 351517 356037 357191 357352 357923 359311 359323 360004 360477 361178 361182

Check Amount 70.00 81.00 60.00 60.00 $ 271.00 Check Amount 468.87 424.13 450.45 199.96 1,290.41 112.90 38.38 116.41 112.90 33.06 77.22 481.17 76.78 110.02 513.86 12.61 408.82 77.41 76.78 284.16 41.60 41.60 39.01 $

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20.00 1,211.56

5,488.51

MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

C. Report of the Superintendent 1) The Superintendent of Schools recommends approval of the 2016-2019 Memorandum of Agreement between the Middletown Township Board of Education and the Middletown Township Administrators’ Association. 2) Recommend approval of Before School / After School Service Contract between The Community YMCA, 170 Patterson Avenue, Shrewsbury, NJ, and the Middletown Board of Education for the period of September 1, 2016 through June 30, 2019 – Attachment Supt-Rpt-1 3) The Superintendent of Schools recommends the approval of the submission of the application for the New Jersey Child Assault Prevention (CAP) 2016-17 grant application. 4) The Superintendent of Schools recommends submission of the Certification of the Security Drill Statement of Assurance relating to the practicing of school security drills for the 2015-2016 school year. 5) Recommend approval for Blair Lee, doctoral student at Capella University, to conduct a research study to analyze leveled literacy intervention data for grade 1 students at Port Monmouth School. The study will include interviews with certificated staff and review of student data. Student and staff data will be kept confidential by the researcher, and staff participation is voluntary. 6) The Superintendent Report on Incidents of Violence, Vandalism, Weapons & Substance Abuse is affirmed by the Board of Education for the month of April 2016:

District Tally Violence Vandalism Weapons Substance Abuse

2015 Sept. 0 0 1 2

Oct. 4 1 0 2

Nov. 1 0 0 6

Dec. 6 1 1 3

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2016 Jan. 3 0 0 0

Feb. 3 0 0 5

March 8 1 0 2

April 2 0 0 1

May

June

MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

7) The Superintendent Report on Harassment, Intimidation & Bullying is affirmed by the Board of Education for the month of April 2016:

District Tally Investigations HIB Incidents Conflict

2015 Sept. 17 1 11

Oct. 15 3 11

Nov. 8 1 7

Other

5

1

0

Dec. 3 1 2

2016 Jan. 7 3 4

Feb. 8 2 6

March 7 1 6

April 10 1 9

0

0

0

0

0

May

June

8) Superintendent’s Update  Community Input on School Performance Reports 21. Recommendations of the Superintendent of Schools A. Technology (David Siwiak) 1) Approval of renewal of service agreement between the Middletown Township Public Schools and PAETEC, a Windstream Company, for the provision of internet access and integrated voice and data services for all district buildings. Monthly fee of $5,910.00 for 1,000 MB of bandwidth. New agreement terms are effective July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017. B. Student Services (Robert Dunn) 1) Approval of out-of-district placement • Student #309971 to Ocean Academy effective 5-23-16 at a cost of $297.15 per day 2) Continuous out of-district-placements for the 2016-2017 school year: 303733 305113 13022 305039 300438 312129 12524 312026 312005 312008 306562 11758 310152 18589 12114

The Phoenix Center New Road School New Road School Hawkswood School Hawkswood School Hawkswood School Hawkswood School Hawkswood School Children’s Center of Monmouth Children’s Center of Monmouth Children’s Center of Monmouth Children’s Center of Monmouth Children’s Center of Monmouth Morris Union Jointure Comm Princeton Child Development Inst

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7/5/16 7/1/16 7/1/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 9/7/16 7/5/16

$339.30 $288.26 $288.26 $358.58 $358.58 $358.58 $358.58 $358.58 $293.96 $293.96 $293.96 $293.96 $293.96 $8,864.10 per mo. $546.00

MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

10656 307146 13140 311293 15877 312010 18173 10317

Search Day School Manchester Twp Regional Day School Somerset Hills Learning Institute Eden School Eden School Matheny Medical & Educational Center Collier School Collier School

7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16 7/5/16

$293.78 $369.44 $519.31 $414.09 $414.09 $480.29 $314.00 $314.00

3) Approval for contracted services providers for the 2016-17 school year:  Edmentum $24,950.00 per year  Staffing Plus: Social Worker, Psychologist, LDTC $325.00 per day  Verbal Behavior Institute ABA-VB Services $75.00 per hour  Maxim Healthcare Nursing Services $40.00 LPN, $47.00 RN 4) Approval for home instruction: Student ID # 12122 311050 309804 12321 309729 305794 309375 11488 306010 305251 308323 307738 17076 10275 308790 312490 12339 306561 309599 305534 11400

Beginning Date 5/3/2016 5/12/2016 5/2/2016 5/16/2016 5/12/2016 5/23/2016 6/16/2016 5/11/2016 3/3/2016 6/2/2016 5/26/2016 4/23/2016 3/8/2016 5/10/2016 5/5/2016 3/12/2016 5/20/2016 5/19/2016 5/25/2016 1/28/2016 3/24/2016

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Ending Date 6/23/2016 6/23/2016 6/23/2016 6/23/2016 6/23/2016 6/23/2016 8/16/2016 6/11/2016 4/11/2016 6/23/2016 6/23/2016 5/2/2016 3/15/2016 6/23/2016 6/23/2016 6/23/2016 6/10/2016 6/17/2016 6/10/2016 2/29/2016 6/23/2016

MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

5) Approval of Contracted Services Providers, OT, PT, and Speech Services a) Kaleidoscope Family Solutions  $78.00 per hour Occupational Therapist  $78.00, per hour Physical Therapist  $78.00 per hour Speech Therapist C. Facilities (Amy Gallagher) 1) Elevator replacements at Middletown High School North and New Monmouth Elementary Schools (2 bids received). Recommend awarding bid to: J.H. Williams Enterprises, Moorestown, NJ Base bid: $347,000 Total: $347,000 2) Approval of purchase of equipment from Hertrich Fleet Services, Inc. under NJ State Contract #A88759: Four 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD Work Trucks with 8.5 ft. snow $156,999.40 D. Curriculum (Dr. Jill Takacs) 1) Recommend approval of staff to attend conferences, workshops, in-services and seminars – Attachment Curriculum-1 (Strategic Planning Student Success) 2) Recommend approval of suspension report for April 2016 – Attachment Curriculum -2 3) Approval for curriculum guides  AP Art History Curriculum 4) Approval of textbooks: Subject: AP Art History Grades 10-12 Title: Art History, Stokstad & Cothren 5th Edition Date: 2014 Publisher: Pearson Items:  High School North - 25 textbooks @ $142.97 including 6-year online subscription to Pearson eText and MyArtsLab  High School South - 25 textbooks @ $142.97 including 6-year online subscription to Pearson eText and MyArtsLab Total: $7,720.38 (includes 8% shipping and handling) 5) Affirm request for home schooling for the 2015-2016 school year  K.C. E. Finance (Amy Gallagher)

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

1) P.L. 2015, Chapter 47 Report of Awarded Contracts Pursuant to PL 2015, Chapter 47 the Middletown Board of Education intends to renew, award, or permit to expire the following contracts previously awarded by the board of education. These contracts are, have been, and will continue to be in full compliance with all state and federal statutes and regulations; in particular, New Jersey Title 18A:18. et.seq, NJAC Chapter 23, and Federal Uniform Administrative Requirements 2CFR, Part200. Out of District Tuition (various NJDOE approved institutions) contracts, nursing services, medical doctor services, speech services, occupational therapy services, physical therapy services, guidance services, child study team services, school behaviorist services, school psychologist services, special education student evaluation services, certified and non-certified staff professional development services, technology services, internet access, email systems, computer hardware and any necessary software (including operating systems), fund accounting software, payroll processing software, personnel maintenance software, legal services, auditing and accounting services, insurance brokerage services, medical, prescription and dental insurance, office and operating supplies and materials, school and instructional supplies and materials, athletic supplies and materials / equipment, furniture and fixtures, instructional and support facility upgrades and renovations, athletic field maintenance and upgrades, architect/engineering services, HVAC maintenance, various building systems maintenance and operations, custodial services, cafeteria services (Food Service Management Company), Natural Gas, electricity, domestic water, garbage and waste disposal, recycling, transportation for special education students, transportation services for choice district and charter students, Social Security, required NJ Department of Treasury Pension program, insurance (Property, EDP, General Liability, Umbrella/Excess, Equip Breakdown, Crime/Bonds, Automobile Liability, Errors Omissions, Auto Physical Damage Workers’ Compensation), Unemployment Insurance, and any other goods/services necessary to operate the school district. 2) Approval of Resolution for 2016-2017 Schedule of Payments (Transfer of collected taxes from the Township of Middletown to the Board of Education)

Be it Resolved that the following Draw Schedule, as developed by the School Business Administrator and accepted by the Business Administrator, Township of Middletown, be approved: Date Due Current Debt Expense Service July 31, 2016 $4,636,686 August 10, 2016 $26,796,000 September 10, 2016 $7,570,086 November 10, 2016 $16,958,000 December 10, 2016 $16,958,000 February 10, 2017 $16,850,000 $1,000,000

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

March 10, 2017 May 10, 2017 June 10, 2017

$16,850,000 $16,000,000 $16,000,000 $133,982,086 Pursuant to New Jersey Statute 54:4-75

$5,636,686

3) Approval for transfer of unexpended appropriations and / or excess revenue to reserve. WHEREAS, NJSA 18A:21-2 and NJSA 18A:7G-13 permit a Board of Education to establish and/or deposit into certain reserve accounts at year end and, WHEREAS, the aforementioned statutes 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 Middletown Township Board of Education wishes to deposit anticipated excess current revenues and/or unexpended appropriations into a Capital Reserve account at year end, and WHEREAS, the Middletown Township Board of Education has determined that up to $1,500,000 is available for such purposes to transfer to a Capital Reserve account NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Middletown Township Board of Education that it hereby authorizes the district’s School Business Administrator to establish these accounts if necessary and make these transfers consistent with all applicable laws and regulations.

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

4) Approval of Contracts a) The Superintendent of Schools recommends renewing the contract for Year 3 between the Middletown Township Board of Education and ARAMARK Educational Services, LLC for food service management for the 2016-2017 school year, with a guaranteed profit of $85,000 and a FSMC Fee per Meal and Meal Equivalent of $.2207. Approval of Breakfast and Lunch prices for the 2016-2017 school year: Meal Elementary Breakfast (Ocean Avenue & Port Monmouth) Middle School Breakfast (Thorne) High School Breakfast (High School North) Elementary Lunch Middle School Lunch High School Lunch Adult lunch

Price Variable Price $1.00 n/a $1.25 $1.25 $2.85 $3.10 $3.35 $4.50

n/a n/a n/a $3.75 $4.00 n/a

b) Approval of the renewal of the liability insurance policies with New Jersey School Boards Association Insurance Group, through MOCSSIF, for the 20162017 school year for the following coverage: Property & Casualty Insurance (Including Errors and Omissions & Bonds) Workers Compensation Insurance

$

886,167

$ 1,123,683

5) Approval of resolution authorizing a lease purchase transaction for the acquisition of technology equipment in the amount of $XXXXXXX with XXXXXXXXXX at an interest rate of X.XX% - Attachment Finance-1 6) Recommend approval for the 2016-17 renewals for pupil transportation: b) Approval for renewal of transportation routes for 2016-2017 in the current total amount of $8,988,282.90 Account Number: 11-000-270-511-00-300 $2,716,903.71 Type I Account Number: 11-000-270-514-00-000 $3,768,180.19 Type II Account Number: 11-000-270-514-00-000 $241,137.76 ESY c) Approval for renewal of athletic & field trip routes for 2016-2017 in the current total amount of $308,284.29. 7) Request approval of parent transportation contract for student ID # 11759 attending CPC Behavioral, Morganville in an amount not to exceed $14,700.00. Includes Extended School Year and Vocational. Account Number: 11-000-270-514-00-000

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

F. Policy (Amy Gallagher) 1)

First Reading – Attachment Policy-1 a. Policy / Regulation 5430 – Class Rank (revised)

G. Co-Curricular/Athletics (Mary Ellen Walker) H. Negotiations (Dr. George / Amy Gallagher) I. Personnel (Doug Covert) Recommendations of the Superintendent of Schools Note: All appointments of District staff are contingent upon satisfying the requirements of the Criminal History Review Unit 1) Approval of Retirements: a. Louise Baratta (9/1/99) Mathematics, HS South effective 7/1/16 b. Rosina Renzo (6/25/02) Paraprofessional, HS South effective 6/24/16 c. Kathleen Sidoti (9/2/97) Principal, Leonardo effective 9/1/16 d. Linda K. Zinneman (6/22/99) Paraprofessional, effective 7/1/16 2) Approval of Resignations: a. Joanna Agin, Substitute Teacher effective 5/26/16 b. Debra Bechtel, Substitute Teacher effective 6/14/16 c. Edward Bechtel, Substitute Teacher effective 6/14/16 d. Kristi Corodemus, Grade 1, Lincroft effective 7/1/16 e. Devyn Couch, Paraprofessional, Middletown Village effective 6/24/16 f.

Leslie Hoadley, Security Guard, Thorne MS effective 6/24/16

g. Joanne Hughes, Paraprofessional, Fairview effective 6/24/16 h. Susan Koenigsberg, Paraprofessional (only) Navesink effective 6/24/16

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

i.

Kassandra McCauley, Paraprofessional (only) effective 6/30/16

j.

Devorah Moses, Special Education, Bayshore effective 7/1/16

k. Lisa Murray, Secretary, Central Office effective 8/3/16 l.

Ryan C. Segura, English, HS South effective 7/1/16

m. Donna Stevens, Paraprofessional (only) Navesink effective 7/1/16 3) Approval of Leave of Absence: a. Vincent Daniels, Asst. Business Administrator, Central Office for medical reasons effective: 6/20/16 – 7/20/16 – paid leave Acct#11-000-251-100-26-000 b. Danielle Galiszewski, School Psychologist, Harmony for maternity effective: 10/17/16 – 12/6/16 – paid leave 12/7/16 – 3/8/17 – unpaid by District, NJ Family Leave Act 3/9/16 – 3/31/17 – unpaid leave Acct#11-000-219-104-00-000 c. Nancy Macaluso, Secretary, Middletown Village for medical reasons effective: 5/26/16 – 6/27/16 – paid leave Acct#11-000-240-105-20-016 d. Brooke Poletis, Language Arts, Thompson for maternity effective: 9/26/16 – 11/18/16 – paid leave 11/19/16 – 2/14/17 – unpaid by District, NJ Family Leave Act Acct#11-130-100-101-04-000 e. Jaclyn Scotto, Grade 4, River Plaza for maternity effective: 11/7/16 – 1/13/17 – paid leave 1/14/17 – 4/7/17 – unpaid by District, NJ Family Leave Act 4/8/17 – 4/27/17 – unpaid leave Acct# 11-120-100-101-20-000

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

f. Jamie Tetro, Grade 1, Fairview for maternity effective: 9/1/16 – 9/19/16 – paid leave 9/20/16 – 10/31/16 – unpaid by District, NJ Family Leave Act Acct#11-120-100-101-20-000 g. Chester Tomanek, Chief Custodian, Port Monmouth for medical reasons effective: 5/31/16 – 7/15/16 - paid leave Acct#11-000-262-100-20-023 Adjustments: h. Matthew Fitzgerald, Custodian, Nut Swamp for medical reasons effective: 5/2/16 - 5/10/16 – paid leave 5/11/16 – 7/4/16 – unpaid by District, Federal Family Leave Act Acct# 11-000-262-100-20-023 i. Leyna O’Reilly, Italian, HS South for maternity effective 9/1/16 – 9/30/16 – paid leave 10/1/16 – 1/2/17 – unpaid leave, NJ Family Leave Act Acct# 11-140-100-101-02-000 j. David Penszynski, Custodian, HS South for medical reasons effective: 1/28/15 – 4/29/15 – unpaid by District, Federal Family Leave Act 4/30/15 – 8/31/16 – unpaid leave 4) Approval of New Hires: a. Brittany Bakeman, Special Education, Thompson, West Chester University, BA Certification: Teacher of Students with Disabilities; Elementary w/Math Specialization Salary: BA – step 4 - $55,580 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-204-100-101-00-000 b. Jeremy W. Balina, Social Studies, Bayshore, Wagner College, BA Certification: Elementary w/Subject Matter Specialization: Soc Studies; Elementary K-8 Salary: BA – step 13 – $59,495 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-130-100-101-03-000 c. Kevin Benny, Mathematics, HS North, College of New Jersey, BA Certification: Mathematics (Provisional)

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

Salary: BA – step 3 - $55,010 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-140-100-101-01-000 d. Tami L. Brady, Student Services Secretary, Category I/12 months - Central Office Salary: step 1 - $41,438 Effective: 7/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-000-219-105-32-016 e. Matthew Conklin, English, HS South, NJ City University, MA Certification: English Salary: MA – step 4 - $67,568 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-140-100-101-02-000 f. Jacqueline Duca, Substance Awareness , HS North, Montclair State, MA Certification: Substance Awareness Coordinator Salary: M+10 – step 12 - $72,483 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-000-219-104-00-000 g. Lauren Gormley, Media Specialist, Thorne, Rutgers, MA Certification: Educational Media Specialist Salary: MA – step 8 - $68,733 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-000-222-100-00-000

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

h. Nicole Gwiazdowski, Special Education, Thorne MS, Towson University, BA Certification: Elementary K-6 (CEAS), Teacher of Students w/Disabilities (CEAS) Salary: BA – step 1 - $53,900 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-212-100-101-00-000 i. Kelsey Kaub, Mathematics, HS South, Monmouth University, BA Certification: Mathematics (CEAS) Salary: BA – step 1 - $53,900 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-140-100-101-02-000 j. Jenna R. Rockwell, Special Education, Bayview, Felician College, BA Certification: Elementary K-5, Teacher of Students with Disabilities Salary: BA – step 7 - $56,745 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-212-100-101-00-000 k. Ashley Sogluizzo, Health &Physical Education, HS South, College of NJ, BA Certification: Health & Physical Education Salary: BA – step 4 - $55,580 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-140-100-101-02-000 l. Donna Stevens, Receptionist, Category II, 12 months, Central Office Salary: step 1 - $19,103 Effective: 7/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-000-251-100-26-000 m. Kelsey Wilton, Mathematics, HS North, Monmouth University, BA Certification: Mathematics (CEAS) Salary: BA – step 1 - $53,900 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-140-100-101-01-000 n. Rebecca Zielinski, Special Education, Thorne, University of Conn, Ma Certification: Elementary w/Math Specialization, Teacher of Students with Disabilities Salary: M+20 – step 5 - $71,678 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-213-100-101-00-000

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

o. Lauren Mironov, Guidance Counselor, HS North, Georgian Court, MA Certification: School Counselor Salary: MA – step 2 - $66,438 Effective: 9/1/16 - 6/30/17 Acct# 11-000-218-104-00-000 5) Approval of Re-Hire a. Devan Crimi, Business, HS North Certification: Comprehensive Business certificate (Provisional) Salary: B+10 – step 1 - $55,650 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-140-100-101-01-000 b. Donna Dini, Grade 3, Lincroft Certification: Elementary K-5 Salary: B+20 – step 4 - $59,080 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-120-100-101-20-000 c. Victoria Greeves, Social Worker, New Monmouth Certification: Social Worker Salary: MA – step 2 - $66,438 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-000-219-104-00-000 d. Kassandra McCauley, Language Arts, Thorne (Replacement) Certification: English (CEAS) Salary: BA - step 1 - $53,900 Effective: 9/1/16 – 2/24/17 (pro-rated) Acct# 11-130-100-101-05-000 e. Eric Morley, Special Education, HS South Certification: English, Teacher of Students with Disabilities Salary: BA – step 1 - $53,900 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-213-100-101-00-000

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

f. Kristen Valinotti, Grade 5, Fairview Certification: Elementary Salary: MA – step 7 - $68,733 Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-120-100-101-20-000 6) Approval of adjustment of salary and/or date of employment: a. Fatima Alves, Secretary , Special Services, Harmony/New Monmouth Salary: $47,804/longevity (pro-rated) Effective: 11/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-000-219-105-32-016 b. Stephanie Anderson, Secretary, Business Office, Central Office Salary: $55,938/longevity (pro-rated) Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-000-251-100-26-000 c. Katherine Clapp, Secretary, Category 1 (12 months) Central Office Salary: Step 8 - $42,227 (pro-rated) Effective: 8/13/15 – 6/30/1/6 Salary: Step 9 - $43,013 Effective: 7/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-402-100-100-23-011 d. Ellen DeMaio, Secretary, Curriculum, Central Office Salary: $50,805/longevity (pro-rated) Effective: 1/2/17 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-000-230-105-00-000 e. Patricia Eisenmann, Secretary, Curriculum, Central Office Salary: $54,913/longevity (pro-rated) Effective: 6/1/17 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-000-230-100-24-000 f. Julia Fielding, Italian, HS South Salary: $64,845 pro-rated (85% of $76,288) Effective: 9/1/16 – 12/30/16 Salary: $38,144 pro-rated (50% of $76,288) Effective: 1/2/17 - 6/30/17

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

Acct#11-140-100-101-01-000 g. John Maguire, Supervisor of Security (12 months), Central Office Salary: $64,328 Effective: 7/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-000-266-100-18-018 h. Lisa Maguire, Secretary, Category 1 (12 months) Central Office Salary: Step 9 - $42,503 Effective: 8/13/15 – 6/30/16 (pro-rated) Salary: Step 10 - $43,296 Effective: 7/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-000-219-105-32-016 i. Maria Famiglietti, Secretary, Main Office, HS North Salary: $53,462/longevity (pro-rated) Effective: 10/29/16 – 6/30/17 Acct# 11-000-218-105-00-016 j. Mary Miceli, Secretary, Business Office, Central Office Salary: $50,855/longevity (pro-rated) Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-000-251-100-26-000 k. Maria Rosche, Secretary, Special Services, District Salary: $52,037/longevity (pro-rated) Effective: 9/1/16 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-000-219-105-32-016 l. Bridget Susi, Secretary, Bayview Salary: $40,324 (pro-rated 4/4/16 – 5/27/16) Acct# 11-000-240-105-20-016

m. Kathleen Sullivan, Secretary, Main Office, Nut Swamp Salary: $45,432/longevity (pro-rated) Effective: 1/2/17 – 6/30/17 Acct#11-000-240-105-20-016

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

7) Approval of transfer/change of assignment: Name From To Account# Effective 5/23/16 Joseph McGowan HSN/Custodian NM/Harm/Custodian 11-000-262-100-20-023 Effective 9/1/16 Michele Foreback Port Mon/Gr 5 Thompson/Lang Arts 11-120-100-101-20-009 Wendy Morales BS/Social Studies Ed. Tech Specialist 11-120-100-101-20-006 Elisa Walling RP/Co-Teacher Rd Development 11-120-100-101-20-010 Melanie Tindall Gr 3/Fairview Math Specialist 11-120-100-101-20-011

8) Approval of Community Service: Bayshore (max 3 hrs. per week) $44.92/hr Acct#11-130-100-101-03-000 Thompson (max 3 hrs per week) $44.92/hr Acct#11-130-100-101-04-000 Thorne (max 3 hrs per week) $44.92/hr Acct# 11-130-100-101-05-000 HS North (max 6 hrs per week) $44.92/hr Acct#11-140-100-101-01-000

Michael Gannon

William Durr

Nina Hallard, Loren Rogers

Kenneth Sedlak

9) Approval to add the following to the approved list of substitute personnel effective 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 Substitute Teachers

Substitute Paraprofessionals

James Cochran Ellen Rubinstein Pamela Smith Meghan Hansen Christina Vargas

James Cochran Pamela Smith

Substitute Nurse

Katherine Burdge

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Substitute Custodians

Substitute Secretary

Michael Hansen Donna Delaney Nicholas Macri

MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

Removal of Substitute Christopher Spinale 10) The Superintendent of Schools recommends the appointment of Lucinda Van Glahn as K-8 District Literacy Supervisor (10 months) at an annual salary of $91,233 effective August 18, 2016 through June 30, 2017 11) The Superintendent of Schools recommends the appointment of Natalie Franzi as K-5 Elementary Curriculum Supervisor (12 months) at an annual salary of $100,241 effective July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017 12) The Superintendent of Schools recommends the appointment of Kathryne Katzgrau as Principal of Port Monmouth School at an annual salary of Step S - $113,075 (pro-rated) effective upon receipt of certification through June 30, 2017 13) The Superintendent of Schools recommends the appointment of Kimberly Pickus as Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction at an annual salary of $165,000 (pro-rated) effective August 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 (pending executive county superintendent approval )

14) Approval of preservice teachers to complete fieldwork and internship/student teacher per Attachment HR 1 15) Approval of curriculum committee per Attachment HR 2 16) Approval of paraprofessional assignments per Attachment HR 3 (all Paraprofessional appointments subject to budgetary constraints, enrollments and IEP requirements and may be changed or eliminated during the term of the assignment) 17) Approval of special contracts per Attachment HR 4 18) Approval of Coaches per Attachment HR 5 19) Approval of Summer CST and Student Schedule Review work per Attachment HR 6 20) Approval of Case Managers completing post school outcomes study survey per Attachment HR 7

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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTING MEETING AGENDA Tuesday, June 21, 2016 High School North Library Student Recognition 6:00 p.m.; Staff Recognition at 8:00 PM HSN Auditorium Executive Session: 7:00 p.m., Public Meeting to Follow Executive Session (Estimated 8:00 p.m.)

21) Approval of Extended School Year Program staff, substitute teachers and substitute In-district and Out of District paraprofessionals per Attachment HR 8 22) Approval of staff for Summer Enrichment Program per Attachment HR 9 23) Approval of substitute teachers and substitute nurses for 2016 – 2017 school year per Attachment HR 10 24) Approval of paraprofessional and substitute paraprofessionals recommended for employment per Attachment HR 11 25) Substitute Personnel hourly rates for 2016-2017 per Attachment HR 12 26) Approval of summer guidance hours per Attachment HR 13 27) Approval of Elementary Principal Daily Substitutes per Attachment HR 14 28) Approval of Job Description Assistant Network Administrator per Attachment HR 15 29) Approval of Employment Contract for 2016-2017 of School Business Administrator/Board Secretary, Amy Gallagher per Attachment HR 16 30) Approval of Employment Contract for July, 2016 of Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, Jill A. Takacs per Attachment HR 17 31) Approval of Employment Contract for 2016- 2017 Assistant Superintendent of Operations, Mary Ellen Walker per Attachment HR 18 32) Approval of Non-Bargaining Unit per Attachment HR 19 22. 23. 24. 25.

Old Business New Business Public Comment – Limited to thirty minutes Motion to Adjourn

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