Minutes - Hillsdale Public Schools

Minutes - Hillsdale Public Schools

HILLSDALE BOARD OF EDUCATION HILLSDALE, NEW JERSEY WORKSESSIONfREGULAR MEETING JULY 30,2014 MINUTES 1. CALL TO ORDER The Board of Education of t...

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HILLSDALE BOARD OF EDUCATION HILLSDALE, NEW JERSEY

WORKSESSIONfREGULAR MEETING

JULY 30,2014

MINUTES

1.

CALL TO ORDER

The Board of Education of the Borough of Hillsdale held a Worksession/Regular Meeting in the Meadowbrook School Gymnasium on Wednesday, July 30, 2014. The meeting was called to order at 7:09p.m. by Mr. James D. Hayden, Jr., President and Presiding Officer.

2.

SALUTE TO THE FLAG

3.

OPENING STATEMENT

The New Jersey Open Public Meetings Law was enacted to insure the right of the public to have advance notice 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 the Act, the Hillsdale Board of Education has caused notice of this meeting to be published by having the date, time and place thereof posted at the Hillsdale Borough Hall, Hillsdale A venue, Hillsdale; the Hillsdale Public Library, 509 Hillsdale Avenue, Hillsdale; the Hillsdale Board of Education Office, 32 Ruckman Road, Hillsdale; and sent to the Board's designated newspapers: The Record, and the Ridgewood News on January 7, 2014. This meeting's agenda has been posted and sent to The Ridgewood News and The Record on July 25, 2014. 4.

ROLL CALL Members Present Mrs. Maryann Martino Dr. Tim Santo Mrs. Kathleen O'Flynn Mrs. Krista Flinn Mr. James D. Hayden, Jr.

Members Absent None

Vittorio S. LaPira, Esq., Fogarty & Hara, Esqs., was present. Administrators were not required to attend this meeting.

2 MINUTES

WORKSESSION/REGULAR

5.

HEARING OF CITIZENS AND DELEGATIONS CONCERNING ITEMS ON MINUTES

JULY 30,2014

HEARING OF CITIZENS AND DELEGATIONS

No dialogue transpired and no comments were made regarding the items on the agenda.

6.

GENERAL lG.

2G.

CORRESPONDENCE TO BOARD

CORRESPONDENCE TO BOARD

Board Secretary

State of New Jersey Department of Ed. Samantha L. Skabla Deputy Chief Legal and External Affairs Officer

Petition to Conduct a Referendum on the Withdrawal of the Borough of Woodcliff Lake from the Pascack Valley Regional School District Dated: July 2, 2014

Board Secretary

New Jersey School Board Notes

Vol. XXXVII #45 / Vol XXXVIII #1 Dated: July 17, 2014

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

Mr. Richard A. Spirito reported on the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

George G. White Interim Principal Search District Staffing Update 2014-2015 School Improvement Plan George G. White Summer Orientation District Goals

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JULY 30,2014

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS' RECOMMENDATIONS

EDUCATION COMMITTEE: KATHLEEN O'FLYNN, CHAIRPERSON MARYANN MARTINO, MEMBER

Moved by Trustee O'Flynn, seconded by Trustee Martino that the Board approve the following Education recommendations:

1E.

APPROVAL OF DONATION; 2014

APPROVED DONATION

It is recommended that the Board approve the acceptance of the following donations to the Meadowbrook School on behalf of the Meadowbrook Family Faculty Association in accordance with Policy #3280 for a total amount of $21,981.13:

1. 2. 3. 4.

2E.

Library Shelving 22 Laptop Computers Computer Cart Defibtech Lifeline AED Package

APPROVAL TO AFFIRM SUPERINTENDENT'S DECISION ON HIB6W: 2013-2014

APPROVED TO AFFIRM SUPERINTENDENT'S DECISION

It is recommended that the Board affirm the Superintendent's decision regarding HIB6W as a non-HIB incident.

This action is a result of the Executive Session held on June 30,2014.

Motions passed by consensus vote: 5-0.

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JULY 30,2014

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: MARYANN MARTINO, CHAIRPERSON; TIM SANTO, MEMBER

Moved by Trustee Martino, seconded by Trustee Martino that the Board approve the following Personnel recommendations:

1P.

APPROVAL OF GIRLS' SOCCER COACH; 2014-2015

APPROVED GIRLS' SOCCER COACH

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's recommendation, Andrew Schmidt as girls' soccer coach for the 2014-2015 school year at Step III of the guide at $3,949. (Salary to be adjusted upon the conclusion of negotiations between the Hillsdale Board of Education and the Hillsdale Education Association.)

2P.

APPROVAL OF CHILD REARING LEAVE REPLACEMENTS; 2014-2015

APPROVED CHILD REARING LEAVE REPLACEMENTS

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's recommendation, the following personnel for child rearing leave replacements: Name Christina N ersessian*

School/Position Smith / Grade 2

Approximate Dates December 1, 2014- June 30,2015

*$85 per day (long term substitutes 10 to 29 consecutive days in the same assignment; $110 per day for 30 or more consecutive days in the same assignment will be paid on a per diem rate equivalent to the Step 1 of BA Guide). Anisa Ouheish*

White/KQ/Math

2014-2015 school year BA Step 1 $48,138

*Salary to be adjusted upon the conclusion of negotiations between the Hillsdale Board of Education and the Hillsdale Education Association.

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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: MARYANN MARTINO, CHAIRPERSON; TIM SANTO, MEMBER (continued)

3P.

APPROVAL OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAYS; 2014-2015

APPROVED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's recommendation, the following professional development days, and estimated costs/ reimbursements:

Name Stacey Belhumer

Workshop/Date Bergen County ETTC Workshop #301 Using the Web Successfully In the Classroom Rochelle Park, NJ August 13,2014

Estimated Cost $75.00

Stacey Belhumer

Bergen County ETTC Workshop #300 Building a Class Web Presence Rochelle Park, NJ August 20,2014

$75.00

Melissa Quackenbush Stephen Droske

Stronge & Associates TEPES Training for New Administrators Rahway Academy 1138 Kline Place Rahway, NJ 07065 August 5, 6, and 7, 2014

$149.00 per day plus mileage

Melissa Quackenbush

NJ Educator Leader Cadre P ARCC Conference South Plainfield High School 200 Lake Street South Plainfield, NJ 07080 August 14,2014

$28.00 plus mileage

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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: MARYANN MARTINO, CHAIRPERSON; TIM SANTO, MEMBER (continued)

4P.

Name Angela Iskenderian

Workshop/Date Fundations Level K Workshop Holiday Inn Saddle Brook, NJ August 5, 2014

Estimated Cost $249.00 plus tolls and mileage

Jessica Jones Susan Desimini Jennifer Quevedo Kathleen Eberson Nerissa Smith Maryann Revie Marcia Altman Alexandra Jordan Angelica Moran Cheryl Pietsch Kathleen Kelly

Region II Special Education Pascack Bible Church Hillsdale, NJ August 11, 12, and 14, 2014

$15.50 per hour not to exceed $232.50 each

APPROVAL OF NURSE SERVICES AGREEMENT; 2014-2015

APPROVED NURSE SERVICES AGREEMENT

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's

recommendation, a Nurse Services Agreement with Barbara Phillips to provide a minimum of ninety (90) days of nursing support at a daily rate of $177 for the 2014-2015 school year.

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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: MARYANN MARTINO, CHAIRPERSON; TIM SANTO, MEMBER (continued)

SP.

APPROVAL OF ALL SUBSTITUTE PERSONNEL AND RATES; 2014-2015

APPROVED ALL SUBSTITUTE PERSONNEL AND RATES

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's recommendation, the attached list of substitute personnel for approval/ re-approval, and the following rates for the 2014-2015 school year: Rates Substitute Teachers $85 per day* (long term substitutes 10 to 29 consecutive days in the same assignment; $110 per day for 30 or more consecutive days in the same assignment will be paid on a per diem rate equivalent to the Step 1 of BA Guide).

Substitute Secretaries

$12.50 per hour

Substitute Custodians

$15.00 per hour

Substitute Nurses

$125.00 per day*

Substitute Teacher Aides

$70 per day* ($10.00 per hour)

Bedside

$50 per hour

*7 hours constitutes a full day.

6P.

APPROVAL OF CHILD STUDY TEAM SUMMER EMPLOYMENT AND EXPENSES; 2014

APPROVED CHILD STUDY TEAM SUMMER EMPLOYMENT AND EXPENSES

It is recommended that the Board retroactively approve, as per the Superintendent's recommendation, child study team summer employment, including new employee Jessica Atieh, and expenses for the summer of 2014 at a cost not to exceed $25,000.

Substitute List For Agenda 2014-2015

Substitute Teachers Adler Aisenman Atamian Averill Bager Balletto Barbato Barrows Basu Bedford Beiman Bosland Bowden Brancatelli Broschard Brown Bushell Bustamante Butler-Darcey Cariddi Catanio Chester Choman Cohen Collier Cozic Cramer Culvert D'Ambrosio Darienzo Davies Davies Davis DeJoie

Gail Lori Gary Denise Allison Joy Jennifer Kathryn Nina David Randi Ken Daniel Paul Nicole Amanda Karen Claudia Laura Suzanne Lynn Vivian Christie Edward Andrea Roberta Kerry Alison Linda Robert Robert Pamela Irene Donna

DeMarco DeMayo Desimini DiPiazza Donatello Eldridge ElSoucceri Fahey Fallacaro Freiler Gammel Gatsonis Germakian Goldstein Gonzales Griffin Griffin Hackett Haledjian Hampton Hickey Homa Infantino Ippolito Jankowsky Jannicelli Javer Jaworskil Jencsik Jones Johnson Jordan Keady Kinzler Kokenes Kozlowski Larkin Lawlor Ledgerwood Looes

Denise Dina Susan Christopher Gary Bob Zenab Erin Andrea Jacqueline Moumita Stacey Gregory Dawn Jennifer Megan Michelle Jaclyn Gregory Erin David Julie Patricia Jane Elizabeth Paul Amy Thomas Nancy Kiera Robin Alexandra Kathleen Sonia Susan Suzanne John Kelly Regina Chris

Mackrell Makhoul Mallari Marino Marsigliano Martino Melchiorre Mendelson Michael Milacek Milito Miller Minervini Mulcahy Muller Musso Newman Nikola Oettinger O'Rourke Orso Ouheish Packer Papapietro Picinich Provede - Grasso Quevedo Reich Richetti Robinson Rodenberg Ruiz Rutigliano Samuels Sanjek Schmidt Schussler Sileo Silverman Simpson

Angela Ashley Renee Danielle lillian Stacey Maureen Lisa Lori Eileen Janemarie David Patricia Mary Ann Caitlin Sari Janetta Lorraine Denise Bernadette Ani sa Anthony Megan Valerie Catherine Jennifer Marianne Laura Frances Shannon Janelle Elizabeth Sarah Korrey Andrea Nicole Eryn Andrea Alicia

Sotnick Sullivan Szala Terzini Torres Trahahas Tuohy Utisz Vander Pyl Weston Wiseman Wood Zablocki Zuniga Zwirn

Barbara Mary Barbara Kacey Gabriela Ariana Kathleen Stephen Susan Janet Helene Jaclyn Georgiana Rebecca Stephane

Substitute Secretaries Abrey Bender Cariddi Correri Cramer Flanagan Francaviglia Fullam Dentato Kozlowski Kokenes Mazza Sileo

Mary Janice Suzanne Cathy Kerry Jessica Lorraine Elizabeth Carolyn Suzanne Susan Cynthia Pam

Substitute Nurses Doody Michaud Toledo

Roseann Denise Louisa

Substitute Aides Fullam Javer Kahill Kozlowski Milito Orso Petingi Rabinowitz Sileo

Elizabeth Amy Amy Suzanne Janemarie Bernadette Gloria Susan Pam

Substitute Lunch Aides Abrey Alburtus McDowell Mockler Ramas co Revie

Mary Kathleen Rosalie Barbara Paul MaryAnn

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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: MARYANN MARTINO, CHAIRPERSON; TIM SANTO, MEMBER (continued)

7P.

APPROVAL OF SUMMER EMPLOYMENT; 2014

APPROVED SUMMER EMPLOYMENT

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's recommendation, fifteen (15) additional summer work days for Stephen Droske for summer, 2014 only. (Salary to be adjusted upon the conclusion of negotiations between the Hillsdale Board of Education and the Hillsdale Education Association.)

8P.

APPROVAL OF PERSONNEL; 2014-2015

APPROVED PERSONNEL

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's recommendation, the following personnel in various capacities: Name

School/Position

Nicole Russini* Jaclyn Hackett* Christopher Hutter* Kristen Cashin* Donna Martino* Michele DeLuise* Betty Ann Agresta* Frank Merli*

White/Grade 5 White/Special Education White/Music White/ Science White/Social Studies White/Special Education White/Special Education White/Special Education

Salary BA Step 1 $48,138 MA Step 1 $53,741 MA 30 Step 10$77,200 .5 BA Step 2 $24,569 .5 MA Step 1 $26,870 .7 MA Step 1 $37,619 .6 BA Step 5 $31,896 .6 BA Step 1 $28,883

*Salary to be adjusted upon the conclusion of negotiations between the Hillsdale Board of Education and the Hillsdale Education Association.

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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: MARYANN MARTINO, CHAIRPERSON; TIM SANTO, MEMBER (continued)

9P.

APPROVAL OF TEACHER AIDES; 2014-2015

APPROVED TEACHER AIDES

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's recommendation, the attached list of teacher aides for the 2014-2015 school year at the rate of $15.70 per hour. The school location for the attached list is subject to change as students' needs arise.

lOP.

APPROVAL OF CONSULTANT; 2014-2015

APPROVED CONSULTANT

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's recommendation, consultant, Lynda Fote, from the Regional Achievement Centers to provide professional development to the middle school staff in differentiating and tiering instruction at a cost of $7,500 for five (5) days.

11P.

APPROVAL TO ACCEPT RESIGNATION; 2014-2015

APPROVED TO ACCEPT RESIGNATION

It is recommended that the Board accept with regret, as per the Superintendent's recommendation, the resignation of Meadowbrook lunchroom aide, Chrissy Kay.

INSTRUCTIONAL AIDES 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR MEADOWBROOK SCHOOL SCHOOL LOCATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON STUDENT NEEDS STU DENT/ CU\SS

AIDE

TEACHER

HOURS

TOTAL

Nerissa Smith

PRESCHOOL AM

Thomas

8:45 to 11:45

3 hrs

Kathleen Eberson

Thomas

8:45 to 11:45

3 hrs

Jessica Jones

Smith

12:15 to 3:15

3 hrs

PRESCHOOL PM

Ksenija Severin

Smith

12:15 to 3:15

3 hrs

Jennifer Quevedo

Thomas

12:15 to 3:15

3 hrs

Susan Desimini

Thomas

12:15 to 3:15

3 hrs

l

PRIMARYLLD

Is :45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Marcia Altman

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Angelica Moran

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Alexandra Jordon

8:45 to 12:15

1Mal)'

Ann Revie

I

3.5. hrs. I

LLD UPPER

Paula Onderdonk

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Maria Panagakos

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Barbara Driscoll

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs

Chrstine Saraceni

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs

Janice Bender

8:45 to 12:15

KINDERGARTEN

Man, Tues, Th, Fri Renee Moore

3.5 hrs-4 days/wk

8:45 to 3:15- Wed

6.5 hrs-1 day/wk

12:05 to 3:20

3.25 hrs-4 days/wk

Man, Tues, Th, Fri FIRST GRADE

Betty Ann Hannigan

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Dorothy Guskind

12:00 to 3:15

3.5 hrs

Lisa Lavitol

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Darleen Castellano

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs

I

INSTRUCTIONAl AIDES 2014-2015 SCHOOl YEAR MEADOWBROOK SCHOOl

STUDENT/ClASS

HOURS

TOTAl

Michelle Silver

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Linda Haggerty

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs

Marsha Greenberg

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Jennifer Stalknecht

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Lorraine Francaviglia

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs

Lori Sorvino

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Dawn Rozsa

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs.

Dorothea Oliveri

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs

AIDE

TEACHER

SECOND GRADE

THIRD GRADE

FOURTH GRADE

28 Aides

SHIFTS THAT WILL BE COVERED BY CONTRACT WITH REGION 11

Mary Ann Revie

(PM} Region 11 12:45 to 3:30

Marcia Altman

(PM} Region 11 12:45 to 3:30

Angelica Moran

(PM} Region 11 12:45 to 3 :30

Alexandra Jordon

(PM} Region 11 12:45 to 3:30

Jennifer Quevedo

(AM} Region 11 8:45 to 11:45

INSTRUCTIONAL AIDES 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR GEORGE WHITE SCHOOL *SCHOOL LOCATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON STUDENT NEEDS STUDENT/CLASS

HOURS

TOTAL

Cheryl Pietsch

8:00 to 11:45

3.75 hrs

Kathleen Kelly

11:30 to 3:00

3.5 hrs

Sesil Baharayan

8:00 to 11:45

3.75 hrs

Carol Christensen

11:30 to 3:00

3.5 hrs

Suzanne DeBlasio

8:00 to 11:45

3.75 hrs

Linda O'Connor

11:30 to 3:00

3.5 hrs

Patricia Helfenbein

8:00 to 11:45

3.75 hrs

Suzana Julis

11:30 to 3:00

3.5 hrs

Deborah Boyle

11:30 to 3:00

3.5 hrs

Denise Averiii-Casulli

8:00 to 11:45

3.75 hrs

Talar Hadadan

11:30 to 3:00

3.5 hrs

Robin Johnson

8:00 to 11:45

3.75 hrs

Ruth Ranaudo

11:30 to 3:00

3.5 hrs

Allison Stahl

8:00 to 11:45

3.75 hrs

Kathleen Stanton

11:30 to 3:00

3.5 hrs

Stephanie Zaentz

8:00 to 11:45

3.75 hrs

AIDE

TEACHER

FIFTH GRADE

SIXTH GRADE

SEVENTH GRADE

Suzanne Fontana

11:30 to 3:00

3.5 hrs

Sylvia Jaroz

8:00 to 11:45

3.75 hrs

Kakthryn Namendorf

11:30 to 3:00

3.5 hrs

Giovanna DeRosa

8:00 to 11:45

3.75 hrs

Norellen Bolella

11:30 to 3:00

3.5 hrs

EIGHTH GRADE

21 Aides

INSTRUCTIONAL AIDES 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR ANN BLANCHE SMITH SCHOOL *SCHOOL LOCATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON STUDENT NEEDS STUDENTjcLASS

AIDE

TEACHER

HOURS

TOTAL

KINDERGARTEN KDG Floater

Mary Abrey

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

KDG Floater

Yamire Lalanne

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs.

Aminet Soobzokov

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Susan Gincley

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs

Ariana Trahanas

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Cathy Correri

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs

Krizia Diaz

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Leslie O'Donnell

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs

Michelle Pizzi

8:45-12:15

3.5 hrs.

FIRST GRADE

THIRD GRADE

Lora Garda

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs.

Caroline Horwitz

8:45-12:15

3.5 hrs.

Dawn Goldstein

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs.

Lisa Choman

8:45-12:15

3.5 hrs.

Elaine Offerjost

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs.

Louanne Chiger

8:45 to 12:15

3.5 hrs

Sari Newman

12:00 to 3:15

3.25 hrs

FOURTH GRADE

16 Aides

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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: MARYANN MARTINO, CHAIRPERSON; TIM SANTO, MEMBER (continued)

12P

APPROVAL OF STUDENT TEACHER CADETS; 2014-2015

APPROVED STUDENT TEACHER CADETS

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's recommendation, the placement of the following Pascack Valley Regional High School interns in Smith and Meadowbrook Schools for the 2014-2015 school year: Jessica Blankenbush Lauren Fontana Emily Friedman Joelle Greene Rachael Harris Shannon Henderson AmandaKlag Marisa Raymond Courtney Sakosits Simone Seance Jayna Woodward Alex Webber Matthew Marsigliano - library assistant

13P.

APPROVAL OF HOME INSTRUCTORS; 2014-2015

APPROVED HOME INSTRUCTORS

It is recommended, as per the Superintendent, that the Board approve Janemarie Milito and Marcy Baroan as home instructors to provide two hours of home instruction to a student for up to 19 days at the home instruction rate of $50 per hour during the summer of 2014.

Motions passed by roll call vote: 5-0.

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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR/BOARD SECRETARY'S RECOMMENDATIONS FINANCE COMMITTEE: KRISTA FLINN, CHAIRPERSON; MARYANN MARTINO, MEMBER Moved by Trustee Flinn, seconded by Trustee Martino that the Board approve the following Finance recommendations: 1F.

APPROVAL OF BUDGET TRANSFERS It is recommended that the Board approve the following transfers:

JUNE2014 From Account# 11-110-100-101-01-1 11-120-100-101-00-1 11-130-100-101-00-1 11-130-100-101-00-1 11-190-100-580-00-4 11-190-100-610-00-3 11-204-100-101-00-1 11-204-100-101-00-1 11-204-100-101-00-1 11-000-219-104-01-1 11-213-100-101-00-1 11-215-100-106-01-1 11-000-219-320-00-1 11-000-222-100-00-1 11-000-222-100-00-1 11-000-230-100-00-1 11-000-240-103-00-1 11-000-240-103-00-1 11-000-240-110-00-1 11-000-251-592-00-1 11-000-251-592-00-1 11-000-261-420-04-8 11-000-261-420-04-8 11-000-261-420-04-8 11-000-100-566-00-1 11-000-219-320-00-1 11-000-222-800-01-9

Description Kindergarten Substitutes Salaries Grades 1-5 Grades 6-8 Salaries Grades 6-8 Salaries Travel Reg. Prog. Class Supplies Teacher Salaries- LLD Teacher Salaries - LLD Teacher Salaries- LLD Summer Help Resource Room Salaries Pre-School Aide Subs. PV Regional Fee Media Teacher Salaries Media Teacher Salaries Superintendent Salary Principal Salaries Principal Salaries Dean of Students Misc. Purch. - Legal Ads Misc. Purch. - Legal Ads Clean/ Repair/ Maint. Clean/ Repair/ Maint. Clean/ Repair/ Maint. Tuition - Private Schools PV Regional Fee Technology

Amount $8,619.00 35,706.00 5,162.00 600.00 110.00 423.00 235.00 7,706.00 341.00 794.00 4,123.00 189.00 3,378.00 595.00 1,200.00 1.00 101.00 2,348.00 527.00 1,649.00 299.00 1,164.00 1,347.00 2,008.00 12,057.00 7,499.00 1,155.00

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FINANCE COMMITTEE: KRISTA FLINN, CHAIRPERSON; MARYANN MARTINO, MEMBER (continued)

From Account# 11-000-222-800-00-4 11-000-262-420-03-7 11-000-262-420-03-7 11-000-262-621-01-1 11-000-291-241-00-1 11-213-100-101-00-1 11-000-262-520-00-1 11-000-262-100-02-1 11-130-100-101-00-1 11-120-100-101-00-1 11-120-100-101-00-1 11-120-100-101-00-1 11-120-100-101-00-1 11-120-100-101-00-1 11-190-100-440-00-1 11-190-100-106-02-1 11-190-100-106-02-1 11-190-100-106-02-1 11-000-262-621-12-1 11-000-291-241-00-1

Description AV Materials Vehicle Repairs Vehicle Repairs Heat Pension (PERS) Resource Room Salaries Oper/Main. Prop. Ins. Operations - Overtime Grades 6-8 Salaries Salaries Grades 1-5 Salaries Grades 1-5 Salaries Grades 1-5 Salaries Grades 1-5 Salaries Grades 1-5 Lease Purchase Aides- K-8 Aides- K-8 Aides- K-8 Heat Pension (PERS)

Amount $2,400.00 34.00 365.00 3,349.00 17,601.00 11,834.00 21,275.00 6,789.00 35,465.00 9,232.00 1,768.00 30,842.00 4,150.00 7,785.00 11,344.00 15,992.00 553.00 8,825.00 3,505.00 2,119.00 TOTAL

To Account# 11-110-100-101-00-1 11-120-100-101-01-1 11-190-100-106-04-1 11-150-100-101-00-1 11-190-100-580-00-3 11-190-100-610-00-2 11-204-100-101-01-1 11-204-100-106-00-1 11-204-100-106-01-1 11-000-219-105-00-1 11-213-100-101-01-1 11-215-100-610-00-5 11-000-219-320-00-5

Description Kindergarten Salaries Grades 1-5 Substitutes Aides K-8 Substitutes Home Instruction Salaries Travel Reg. Prog. Class Supplies Teacher Substitute- LLD Other Salaries - LLD Teacher Aide Subs- LLD CST Secretary Resource Room- Substitutes Pre-School Hand Supplies Prof. Ed. ABA/ Other Services

$294,563.00 Amount $8,619.00 35,706.00 5,162.00 600.00 110.00 423.00 235.00 7,706.00 341.00 794.00 4,123.00 189.00 3,378.00

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FINANCE COMMITTEE: KRISTA FLINN, CHAIRPERSON; MARYANN MARTINO, MEMBER (continued)

To Account# 11-000-222-100-02-1 11-000-222-800-00-4 11-000-230-100-02-1 11-000-240-105-00-1 11-000-240-105-01-1 11-000-240-110-01-1 11-000-251-600-00-1 11-000-251-600-00-9 11-000-261-420-00-8 11-000-261-610-02-8 11-000-261-610-03-8 12-000-260-730-00-1 11-000-219-390-00-5 11-000-222-100-01-1 11-000-222-100-01-1 11-000-262-610-12-7 11-000-262-610-14-7 11-000-262-621-01-1 11-000-291-290-01-1 11-207-100-500-00-5 11-000-262-420-00-7 11-000-262-420-00-7 11-000-217-320-00-5 11-000-213-100-00-1 11-000-213-600-00-4 11-000-216-100-00-1 11-000-216-320-00-5 11-230-100-101-00-1 11-230-100-101-00-1 11-215-100-101-00-1 11-215-100-101-01-1 11-215-100-106-00-1 11-000-262-622-22-1 11-000-291-290-01-1

Description Media Teacher- Subs. A V Materials Secretary to Supt. Salaries Secretarial Salaries Secretary Subs - Salary Translator Supplies and Materials Technology Supplies Clean/ Repair/ Maint. Maint/Equip. Supplies Maint/Equip. Supplies Equipment CST Professional Services Media Secretaries Media Secretaries General Supplies General Supplies Heat Other Employee - Benefits Aud. Imp. Other Purchase Services Privatization Privatization OT / PT /Other Services Nurses Salaries Health Supplies Speech Salaries Educational Services BSI Salaries BSI Salaries Pre-School Handicapped Pre-School Salary - Subs Pre-School Aides Electricity Other Employee Benefits

Amount $595.00 1,200.00 $1.00 101.00 2,348.00 527.00 1,649.00 299.00 1,164.00 1,347.00 2,008.00 12,057.00 7,499.00 1,155.00 2,400.00 34.00 365.00 3,349.00 17,601.00 11,834.00 21,275.00 6,789.00 35,465.00 9,232.00 1,768.00 30,842.00 4,150.00 7,785.00 11,344.00 15,992.00 553.00 8,825.00 3,505.00 2,119.00

TOTAL

$294,563.00

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FINANCE COMMITTEE: KRISTA FLINN, CHAIRPERSON; MARYANN MARTINO, MEMBER (continued)

2F.

APPROVAL OF FINANCIAL REPORTS

APPROVED FINANCIAL REPORTS

It is recommended that the Board approve the following financial reports:

Board Secretary's Report Treasurer's Report Maschio' s Operating Statement

3F.

APPROVAL OF MONTHLY BUDGET STATUS CERTIFICATION; JUNE 2014

Period Ending 6/30/2014 6/30/2014 6/30/2014

APPROVED MONTHLY BUDGET STATUS CERTIFICATION

It is recommended that the Board of Education pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6A:-23-2.11(c)4 certifies that as of 6/30/2014 after review of the Secretary's Monthly Appropriation Financial Report and upon consultation with the appropriate district officials, to the best of our knowledge no major account or fund has been over-expended and that sufficient funds are available to meet the district's obligation for the remainder of the fiscal year and further that the preceding financial statements be appended to the minutes of this meeting.

4F.

APPROVAL OF JULY 2014 BILL LIST

APPROVED BILL LIST

It is recommended that the Board approve the bill list for the month of July 2014 in the amount of $1,661,198.89.

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FINANCE COMMITTEE: KRISTA FLINN, CHAIRPERSON; MARYANN MARTINO, MEMBER (continued)

SF.

APPROVAL OF ANNUAL MAINTENANCE CONTRACT FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR

APPROVED ANNUAL MAINTENANCE CONTRACT

It is recommended that the Board approve the following Maintenance Contract as recommended by the Business Administrator for the 2014-2015 school year:

6F.

Maintenance Contracts Project

Vendor

Amount

Preventative Maintenance (Fire Alarm System)

Alarm and Communications Technologies, Inc. (ACT)

$3,240.00

APPROVAL OF CONTRACT WITH BERGEN COUNTY SPECIAL SERVICES (BCSS) SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR TEACHER OF THE DEAF SERVICES FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR

APPROVED CONTRACT WITH BERGEN COUNTY SPECIAL SERVICES (BCSS) SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR TEACHER OF THE DEAF SERVICES

It is recommended that the Board approve the contract with Bergen County Special Services (BCSS) School District for 2014-2015 school year for Teacher of the Deaf services for seven (7) student to receive ongoing services 2 days per week at a rate not to exceed $47,500.00.

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FINANCE COMMITTEE: KRISTA FLINN, CHAIRPERSON; MARYANN MARTINO, MEMBER (continued)

7F.

APPROVAL OF ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR HOSPITAL INSTRUCTION FOR 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR WITH BERGEN COUNTY SPECIAL SERVICES SCHOOL DISTRICT (BCSS)

APPROVED ANNUAL CONTRACT FOR HOSPITAL INSTRUCTION FOR 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR WITH BERGEN COUNTY SPECIAL SERVICES SCHOOL DISTRICT (BCSS)

It is recommended that the Board approve the annual contract for hospital instruction for the 2014-2015 school year with Bergen County Special Services School District (BCSS) at an hourly rate of $60.00. Services to be provided at the following institutions:

Bergen Regional Medical Center (Paramus)

BF.

APPROVAL OF CONTRACT FOR SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION, SPEECH, AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR WITH BERGEN COUNTY SPECIAL SERVICES

APPROVED CONTRACT FOR SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION SPEECH, AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR WITH BERGEN COUNTY SPECIAL SERVICES (BCSS)

It is recommended that the Board approve the contract with Bergen County Special Services for Supplemental Instruction, Speech, and Occupational Therapy for St. John's students in the amount of $71,010.00 for the 2014-2015 school year. These services will be paid with IDEA FY 2015 non-public school monies.

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FINANCE COMMITTEE: KRISTA FLINN, CHAIRPERSON; MARYANN MARTINO, MEMBER (continued)

9F.

APPROVAL OF AGREEMENT TO PROVIDE SERVICES AND/OR EQUIPMENT UNDER THE NEW JERSEY NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE PROGRAM FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR

APPROVED AGREEMENT TO PROVIDE SERVICES AND/OR EQUIPMENT UNDER THE NEW JERSEY NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE PROGRAM

It is recommended that the Board approve the resolution accepting the agreement to

provide services and/ or equipment under the New Jersey Non-public School Technology Initiative Program in the amount of $11,072.00 for the 2014-2015 school year.

10F.

APPROVAL OF FOOD SERVICE RESOLUTION TO RENEW THE FOOD SERVICE CONTRACT WITH MASCHIO'S FOOD SERVICE, INC. FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR

APPROVED FOOD SERVICE RESOLUTION TO RENEW THE FOOD SERVICE CONTRACT WITH MASCHIO'S FOOD SERVICE, INC.

It is recommended that the Hillsdale Board of Education accept the proposal received

and award the food service contract to Maschio' s Food Service, Inc. for the amounts listed below: Management Fee Student Lunch: Adult Lunch:

Smith & Meadow. White Smith & Meadow. White

Ala Carte Milk Kindergarten Milk Guaranteed Projected Surplus

$10,461.00 2.35 2.60 3.15 3.15 .50 .20 $10,000.00

The Hillsdale Board of Education also authorizes the Business Administrator/Board Secretary to execute a contract and any other documents necessary to effectuate the terms of this resolution.

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FINANCE COMMITTEE: KRISTA FLINN, CHAIRPERSON; MARYANN MARTINO, MEMBER (continued)

11F.

APPROVAL OF CHANGE ORDERS FOR TELEPHONE SYSTEM UPGRADE (REVISED)

APPROVED CHANGE ORDERS FOR TELEPHONE SYSTEM UPGRADE

It is recommended that the Board approve the following Change Orders, as recommended by the Business Administrator: Extel Communications, Inc.:

12F.

Revised Contract Change Order #4 Revised Contract

$533,138.36 $1,950.00 $535,088.36

Change Order #5 Revised Contract

$11,820.00 $546,908.36

Additional Wireless Access Points

Change Order #6 New Contract

$1,738.00 $548,646.36

Installation of Ladder Rack and Re-terrnination

Installation of additional pathways.

APPROVAL OF RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE BOROUGH OF HILLSDALE DIRECTING THE UNDERTAKING OF A CONTINUING DISCLOSURE REVIEW AND AUTHORIZING PARTICIPATION IN THE MUNICIPALITIES CONTINUING DISCLOSURE COOPERATION INITIATIVE OF THE DIVISION OF ENFORCEMENT OF THE U.S. SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION WHEREAS, the Board of Education of the Borough of Hillsdale (the "Board of Education") has entered into continuing disclosure agreement(s) in connection with certain of its prior bond and/ or note issuance(s) (the "Prior Issuances"), agreeing to file certain financial information and operating data and/ or certain enumerated event notices with the former nationally recognized municipal securities information repositories or the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (the "MSRB") pursuant to the provisions of Rule 15c2-12 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the "Rule"); and WHEREAS, the Board of Education has made certain representations regarding its continuing disclosures in bond and/ or note offering documents in connection with its Prior Issuances; and

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FINANCE COMMITTEE: KRISTA FLINN, CHAIRPERSON; MARYANN MARTINO, MEMBER (continued) WHEREAS, in response to widespread concerns that many municipal issuers have not been complying with their obligations to file continuing disclosure documents under the Rule, and furthermore have made false representations concerning compliance in bond and note offering documents, the Division of Enforcement (the ''Division") of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the "Commission") has set forth its Municipalities Continuing Disclosure Cooperation Initiative (the "MCDC Initiative"), attached hereto as Exhibit A, whereby the Commission will recommend favorable settlement terms to municipal issuers involved in the offer or sale of municipal securities, as well as underwriters of such offerings, if they self-report to the Division, by 12:00 a.m. on September 10, 2014, possible violations involving materially inaccurate statements in bond and note offering documents relating to prior compliance with continuing disclosure obligations pursuant to the Rule; and

WHEREAS, in order to be able to participate in the MCDC initiative and obtain favorable settlement terms with the SEC, the Board of Education needs to undertake a Review (as hereinafter defined) and authorize participation in the MCDC Initiative, if appropriate, as determined by the facts of the Review; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, as follows: Section 1. The Board of Education, through its Business Administrator or a third-party disclosure-dissemination agent, is hereby directed to conduct a continuing disclosure review of its prior continuing disclosure undertakings (the ''Review"), and the Board of Education hereby ratifies any such previously conducted Review. Such Review shall include, but is not limited to, a historical review of the Board of Education's continuing disclosure obligations and filings in connection with its Prior Issuances that are presently outstanding and which are no longer outstanding but, as of the date five years prior to the date of submission of the Questionnaire (as hereinafter defined), were outstanding; and the undertaking, at any time, of any applicable remedial filings with the MSRB deemed necessary for compliance with its continuing disclosure obligations. Section 2. The Board of Education, through its Business Administrator, is hereby authorized to participate in the MCDC Initiative, if in the discretion of the Business Administrator after consultation with Board of Education officials, it is determined that the Board of Education may have made materially inaccurate statements in its bond and/ or note offering documents relating to prior compliance with continuing disclosure obligations pursuant to the Rule in connection with its Prior Issuances issued during the period beginning five years prior to the date of submission of the Questionnaire.

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FINANCE COMMITTEE: KRISTA FLINN, CHAIRPERSON; MARYANN MARTINO, MEMBER (continued)

Section 3. The Business Administrator of the Board of Education is hereby authorized to execute and deliver any and all documents and instruments, including the Municipalities Continuing Disclosure Cooperation Initiative Questionnaire for SelfReporting Entities contained in the MCDC Initiative (the "Questionnaire"), and to do and cause to be done any and all acts and things necessary or proper for participating in the MCDC Initiative and all related transactions, including the Review, contemplated by this resolution. Section 4. All resolutions or proceedings, or parts thereof, in conflict with the provisions of this resolution are to the extent of such conflict hereby repealed. Section 5.

This resolution shall become effective in accordance with applicable law.

Motions passed by roll call vote: 5-0.

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TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE: KATHLEEN O'FLYNN, CHAIRPERSON KRISTA FLINN, MEMBER

Moved by Trustee O'Flynn, seconded by Trustee Flinn that the Board approve the following Transportation recommendations:

1T.

APPROVALTORENEWTHE STUDENT TRANSPORTATION CONTRACTS WITH SCHOLASTIC BUS CO., INC. FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR

APPROVED TO RENEW THE STUDENT TRANSPORTATION CONTRACTS WITH SCHOLASTIC BUS CO., INC.

It is recommended that the Board approve the renewal of the Student Transportation Contracts 89-1R for $44,695.92, 78-1R for $51,261.96 and 1R for $78,761.92 with Scholastic Bus Company, Inc. for a total contract amount of $174,719.80 for the 2014-2015 school year.

2T.

APPROVAL OF BUS ROUTES AND SCHEDULES FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR

APPROVED BUS ROUTES AND SCHEDULES

It is recommended that the Board approve the attached bus routes and schedules for the 2014-2015 school year.

Motions passed by consensus vote: 5-0.

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OLD BUSINESS

Discussion ensued regarding naming of fields. Frank Pizzella, addressed the Board of Education regarding the transferring of field naming rights to the Borough. He referred to an email from Mr. Hayden that was sent to Mr. Frank regarding withdrawing the request and other questions. Mr. James D. Hayden, Jr. made the following statement: Ladies and Gentlemen, I have a personal statement to make on this subject: I have had the privilege to serve this community as a member the local Hillsdale Board of Education for over 25 years. I've had the honor to be its President since April2002. During that time, we have always avoided any displays of harsh rhetoric regardless of the subject matter or the controversy surrounding it. In the past, any group that wanted to utilize our facilities has always directly approached us regarding such use. The Mayor and Council and the Board are separate autonomous bodies. We have always respected that, and we have worked in a cooperative effort in the best interests of our community. When we needed or wanted something from the borough, we approached them long before public statements and press releases were made to ensure that both parties were in agreement with any decisions, and that neither of us was placed in a position of having to take exception to public statements made either party that were at variance with our discussions. In this case, the Legion, Mayor, Council, and I have moved forward on the issue of the naming of our facilities without giving the Board the opportunity to follow appropriate protocol. When we received the Mayor's letter requesting naming rights to "one or two" of our fields, I should have referred it to our attorney for review and comment. It should have also been measured against various Board Policies and Past Practice. Instead, I made the honest mistake of referring it to our Buildings & Grounds Committee to meet with Council Representatives. I placed two board members in what turned out to be an impossible position. Decisions had already been reached several attendees and we, the Board, were expected to fall in line and do what was demand. Whether that was what was intended or not, that is the way it came across. This is not an appropriate way to conduct important town and Board of Education business. So it stops here and now.

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While we will proceed with board and public comments, as President, I ask the Board to support me in turning this matter over to our attorney for review and comment. This is an important policy matter with potential legal implications, and it should be referred to the appropriate channels. I accept responsibility for not ensuring that an appropriately vetted Policy, not just past practice, was in place before proceeding with any meeting between the interested parties. One thing does trouble me and several other individuals who have contacted me directly. What is the extreme urgency for this? Is there imminent harm to life or property if action is not concluded immediately? Is someone' s life in the balance if the Board does not act today? If not, what is the rush? Why, after all this time must the Board meet the demands of individuals in a matter that does not directly involve the education of our students? After all, we are a Board of Trustee, not a partisan political body. I'm lead to believe that this had been in the works for years, yet no one ever approached us to determine if this is something the Board believed was appropriate for Board property. Further, I am under the impression that the Borough owns nine (9) fields and only two (2) are named, so why is the board involved at all? Some may think this is no big deal, just act upon the request, up or down, and move on. The problem is that we are setting a new precedent. Up till now, for anything our Board of Education has chosen to designate in an individual's name, that person has been directly involved in the educating of our students at our schools over the course of many years. What happens when someone in the future believes another individual's contribution to the community is worthy of such recognition? I don't know what the Mayor and Council have in place to set as a standard for the naming of the faculties under their control, but, as our attorney points out, this Board should have one and follow it. The request should be turned over to our attorney for review and comment. A Board committee, in connection with our attorney and New Jersey School Boards Association, will develop an appropriate Policy. It may incorporate our past practice. These actions may not be the popular thing. They may not be the expeditious thing. But clearly, they are the right thing. Thank you. A lengthy discussion ensued regarding transferring the naming rights of the school fields. Dr. Santo asked Mr. LaPira to draft a resolution. Dr. Santo moved the following resolution which Mr. LaPira drafted on site:

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Moved by Trustee Santo, seconded by Trustee Flinn, that the Hillsdale Board of Education approve the following resolution: Whereas, Ernie Elfenbein and Edward Maher, Jr. were Hillsdale residents who served in the United States armed forces in the Vietnam war and who were killed in the service of their country; and Whereas, both individuals attended school in the Hillsdale Public School District; and Whereas, requests have been made to honor these individuals by naming two (2) of the Board's athletic fields after them; and Whereas, the Board is in agreement that these individuals' contributions are worthy of honoring them by naming the Board's athletic fields after them; Now, Therefore, be it resolved that the Board hereby names the Upper Smith School athletic field located at the Ann Blanche Smith School as the "Ernie Elfenbein Athletic Field; and Be It Further Resolved that the Board hereby name the White School Hillsdale A venue Field located at the George G. White School as the "Edward Maher, Jr. Athletic Field", and Be It Further Resolved that the naming of these fields is hereby contingent upon the Board verifying the biographical information of the two above-named individuals and verifying that the families of the individuals do not object to the naming; and Be It Further Resolved that no Board facilities shall be named in the future until the Board has adopted a policy setting forth specific criteria for the naming rights of such facilities.

Motion passed by roll call vote: 3-2. Yes Timothy Santo Kathleen O'Flynn Krista Flinn

No James D. Hayden Jr. Maryann Martino

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10.

NEW BUSINESS

NEW BUSINESS

11.

SECOND HEARING OF CITIZENS ON ANY TOPIC OF CONCERN

SECOND HEARING OF CITIZENS

No dialogue transpired and no comments were made regarding the items on the agenda.

Moved by Trustee Santo, seconded by Trustee O'Flynn that the Board move the meeting to an Executive Session at 8:50 p.m. 12.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

EXECUTIVE SESSION

WHEREAS, the Open Public Meetings Act and the Hillsdale Board of Education reserve the right within the constraints of State Law to sit in Executive Session, and WHEREAS, there now exists a need for this Board of Education to meet in Executive Session, now therefore BE IT RESOLVED that the Hillsdale Board of Education recess into Executive Session to discuss exempt matters pertaining to Personnel and Negotiation matters, and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the public will be informed 1. When the Board reconvenes to the Worksession Meeting business portion of this meeting this evening; or 2. At a later date, undetermined at this time. Moved by Trustee Santo, seconded by Trustee O'Flynn that the Board adjourn the Executive Session and reconvene to the public meeting at 9:26p.m.

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PERSONNEL COMMITTEE: MARYANN MARTINO, CHAIRPERSON; TIM SANTO, MEMBER (continued)

Moved by Trustee Martino, seconded by Trustee Santo that the Board approve the following Personnel recommendations: 14P.

APPROVAL OF INTERIM PRINCIPAL; 2014-2015

APPROVED INTERIM PRINCIPAL

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's

recommendation, Dr. Walt Krawiec as Interim Principal at George G. White School at a rate of $500.00 per day for the 2014-2015 school year. This action is a result of tonight's Executive Session.

15P.

APPROVAL OF STIPEND; 2014-2015

APPROVED STIPEND

It is recommended that the Board approve, as per the Superintendent's

recommendation, that the Board approve a $3000 monthly stipend for Lisa Tarabocchia to perform the additional duties of payroll clerk for the months of July, August and September. This action is a result of tonight's Executive Session.

Motions passed by roll call vote: 5-0. Mrs. Krista Flinn abstained on recommendation 15P.

13.

ADJOURN MEETING

ADJOURN MEETING

Moved by Trustee Santo, seconded by Trustee Flinn that the Board adjourn its Worksession/Regular Meeting at 9:30p.m. Respe9tfully Submitted by,

Litca Garcia Business Administrator/Board Secretary