Document 2727

PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS
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08-23-12
REGULAR MEETING MINUTES
The regular meeting was held this night at 6:30 p.m. at the High School Auditorium.
The President, Mr. Doyle, called the meeting to order at 6:35p.m. and read a statement of
compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act:
Roll Call
Present Members:
Mr. Wells
Mr. Ulrich
Mr. Haines
Mrs. Glawson
Mr. Bauer
Mr. Doyle
Mrs. Prickett
Mr. Pinto
Absent Members:
Mr. Jerome
Others Present:
Dr. Gorman, Superintendent
Mr. Flanagan, Asst. Business Administrator
Mr. John Mazzei, Director of Human Resources
Ms. Beideman, Director of Curriculum & Instruction
Ms. Giannetti, Director of Special Services
Ms. Forman, Director of Early Childhood
Mr. Mike Pinto, Coordinator of Media Services
Mr. Cavallo, Board Solicitor
Lt. Colonel Cabosky, Base Liaison
Visitors Present: Approximately 30 in attendance
Pledge of Allegiance
Moment of Silence
Austin Burke, a 4 year old at the Pemberton Early Childhood Center passed away after a
battle with cancer. Services will be held on August 25, 2012.
Middle States Presentation
Dr. Gorman thanked the Principals and Internal Coordinators for all their work in gaining
accreditation.
Hank Cram, Executive Director from the Middle States Association presented accreditation
certificates to the Pemberton Township School District.
Pemberton Township is the first district in State of New Jersey to be certified District wide.
Mr. Cavallo went over the findings from the visiting team.
A banner and plaque was presented to the Pemberton Township Schools and received by
Board President Mr. Doyle, Board Vice President, Mrs. Prickett and Dr. Gorman,
Superintendent of Schools.
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Committee Reports
Operations Committee–Mr. Ulrich
Discussed the following:
Requested the policy committee to look into a policy of moving an employee from 10 to
12 months and from 12 months to 10 months.
Requested the policy committee to look into a policy for advertising on the buses
Requested the Board approve the sale of the buses in the Operations section
Curriculum Committee – Mrs. Glawson
Discussed the following:
Ms. Glawson went over the items in the Instruction part of the agenda for Board approval
Policy Committee –Mr. Wells
Discussed the following:
Policy committee will introduce policy 6141.15 for Internet Safety
The policy committee will be meeting next month
Restructuring Committee-Mrs. Glawson
Met with Ms. Hutchinson and was informed the building will have a common planning
period and will have Learning Communities.
Newcomb will be practicing AVID strategies
Early Childhood Committee-Mr. Haines
Discussed the following:
Did not meet but would like to announce a new teacher at the PECEC and a new strategy
for dropping off and picking up
Even though the centers were closed there are more 3 year olds enrolled this year than
last year
Board Liaison –Mr. Wells
Attended two Township Meetings and a Borough Meeting
Gave both groups a print out of our graduates
No questions asked of the Board but talked about the start of school
County Delegate – Mrs. Glawson
NJ State Board Work Session will be October 23-25, 2012
Public comment on Agenda Items opened by Mrs. Glawson, seconded by Mr. Ulrich
Sherry Scull
Question regarding Grievance
o Mr. Doyle, responded that it will not be addressed tonight
Jody Taylor
Utilizing before and after care. Bus transportation has been ceased and notified by letter
dated on the 16th of August
Asked why it was received only 3 weeks before school
Asked why cutting the transportation from CDC was part of the cuts
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Dr. Gorman
Bus passes went out on the 16th of August. As soon as the problem was discovered a letter
went out from the Superintendent’s office
Solutions were offered to all parents
o 12 parents have elected to attend Fort Dix
o 8 will be staying in the neighborhood schools
o 5 still have not responded
Dr. Gorman apologized for being late but we do not get the request back till after they go out
to the parents
Christina Mosley
Busing issues regarding transportation to and from the CDC
Said she was told there was no room
o Dr. Gorman told her there was room for her child and if she had any other problems
or questions to call the office on Monday
Public Comment closed by Mr. Haines, seconded by Mrs. Glawson
On motion by Mrs. Glawson, seconded by Mr. Pinto, the Board approved the following Board
Minutes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Executive Work Session – 06/14/2012
Work Session – 06/14/2012
Executive Public Meeting - 06/21/2012
Public Meeting – 06/21/2012
Report of the Superintendent of Schools
Mission Statement: Pemberton Learning Community: Pursuing Excellence One Child at a Time
Superintendent Goals, 2011-2012 School Year:
Improve Student Achievement, reach AYP.
Gain Middle States Accreditation
Improve the public perception of Pemberton Township Schools (
Compose a multi-year fiscal plan for the improvement of student achievement through the
use of instructional technology throughout the district (2 year goal)
District and Board Goals, 2011-2012 School Year:
Reach Adequate Yearly Progress in all schools.
Continue keeping the policies current and compliant
Audit the district buildings and grounds from a community perspective
Use technology to increase parent involvement and student achievement
1. Settlement of case BUR-L-3216-10
Recommend the Board approve the settlement of case BUR-L-3216-10
On motion by Mrs. Glawson, seconded by Mr. Pinto, the Board approved the settlement of
case BUR-L-3216-10
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2. End of Year HIB Report
Dr. Gorman read the report into the minutes
Roll Call
Mr. Bauer
Mr. Doyle
Mrs. Glawson
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion: Mrs. Glawson
Second: Mr. Pinto
Mr. Haines
Mr. Jerome
Mr. Pinto
Mrs. Prickett
Mr. Ulrich
Mr. Wells
Yes
Abs
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
3. High School Athletics Participation. Recommend the Board approve one (1) Home
Schooled Student to participate in the High School Athletics program as per NJSIAA
guidelines.
Roll Call
Mr. Bauer
Mr. Doyle
Mrs. Glawson
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion: Mr. Ulrich
Second: Mrs. Glawson
Mr. Haines
Mr. Jerome
Mr. Pinto
Mrs. Prickett
Mr. Ulrich
Mr. Wells
Yes
Abs
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
4. Back to School Evenings
September Back to School Nights
11th Busansky
6:30 pm
12th Stackhouse
6:30 pm
13th Crichton
6:30 pm
18th Haines/Harker-Wylie 6:30 pm
Emmons – Fort Dix 6:00 pm
19th High School
6:30 pm
24th Denbo
6:30 pm
October
4th
Helen Fort/Newcomb 6:30 pm
Roll Call
Mr. Bauer
Mr. Doyle
Mrs. Glawson
Motion: Mr. Pinto
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mr. Haines
Mr. Jerome
Mr. Pinto
Second: Mrs. Glawson
Yes
Abs
Yes
Mrs. Prickett
Mr. Ulrich
Mr. Wells
Yes
Yes
Yes
Old Business
1. Business Administrator/Board Secretary Contract 2012-2013
Roll Call
Mr. Bauer
Mr. Doyle
Mrs. Glawson
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion: Mr. Ulrich
Second: Mrs. Glawson
Mr. Haines
Mr. Jerome
Mr. Pinto
Mrs. Prickett
Mr. Ulrich
Mr. Wells
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Yes
Abs
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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INSTRUCTION
A. Grants/Assessments/Curriculum/Workshops/Professional Development
1. Grants
a. No Child Left Behind, FY 2013. Recommend the Board accept the following NCLB
allocations for Fiscal Year 2013.
Title IA
Title ID
Title IIA
Title III
$788,057
$ 32,660
$251,384
$ 15,408
b. Designing Community Projects. Recommend the Board approve the submission of the
Designing Community Projects Grant. The Grant is to support the design and
implementation of projects that are committed to authentic, hands-on, environmental
education learning experience for students in grades K-12. Amount - $5,000.
c. IDEA (Individual with Disabilities Education Act, FY 2013. Recommend the Board
approve the submission of the IDEA Grant for FY 2013 in the following amounts:
BASIC (ages 3-21)
PRESCHOOL (ages 3-5)
$1,478,466
$41,848
d. Impact Aid for Children with Severe Disabilities. Recommend the Board approve the
submission of the application for Impact Aid for Children with Severe Disabilities for
school year 2010-2011. Total amount - $651,690
Tuition costs
Related services costs
$306,964
$344,726
e. Principals’ Evaluation Grant for EE4 NJ. Recommend the Board accept funding for the
Excellent Educators for New Jersey (EE4NJ) Pilot Program Principal Effectiveness
Evaluation System in the amount of $25,000.
2. Assessments
3. Curriculum
a. AVID Contract, 2012-2013. Recommend the Board approve the AVID agreement for
the 2012-2013 school year for the High School ($3,315) and the Middle School ($3,315).
Total amount - $6,630.
4. Workshops/Professional Development
a. AVID Conference. Recommend the Board approve changes of staff to attend the AVID
Conference 7/30 - 8/1/2012 in Philadelphia. Cost - $669(registration) + $785 stipend
($38.30 x 20 ½ hr.) = $1,454.15
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Staff going
Jeanie Camp
Barbara Flanagan
Donna Passarella
Ray McQuillen
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Replaced staff
Marvin Hill
Holly Corsanico
Rebecca Waller
Ron Dickenson
b. Professional Development Plan. Recommend the Board accept the approved
Professional Development Plan. (Note: The Board approved the submission of the PD
Plan to the County. It has been approved and now the Board can accept it.)
c. ASIS Annual Convention. Recommend the Board approve Kathy Devlin to attend the
ASIS (American Society for Industrial Security) on 9/10 and 9/11/2012. Cost - $850 for
registration and standard rate for travel, tolls and meals.
d. AVID Training. Recommend the Board approve Keith Swaney to attend the Out of
State Training for District AVID Director in October 2012 and February 2013.
NOTE: Fran Kline oversaw AVID but due to her retirement Mr. Swaney will be
taking her place. Total cost - $9,000 funded through Title II.
B. Field Experiences/Practicum/Student Teaching/Observations
1. Field Experience/Practicum/Internship, 2012-2013 SY.
Gerard Grasso
HFMS/Ilconich/Internship Rutgers
Jenna Cotton
HFMS/Ilconich/Internship Rutgers
Stacey Seligman
HFMS/Ilconich/Internship Rutgers
Alexis Dulin
Harker-Wylie/Haines/Wolfrom Stockton
Hera Ashfaq
District with Dr. O’Reilly
UMDNJ SOM
Alexandria Golembiewski
TBD
Phoenix
9/5/2012 – 5/31/2013
9/5/2012 – 5/31/2013
9/5/2012 – 5/31/2013
9/5/2012 – 11/30/2012
2012-2013 school Year
2012-2013 School Year
C. Testing
D. Special Education/Other Student Issues/Contracts
1. Special Education
2. Other Student Issues
a. PECEC Tuition. Recommend the Board approve two (2) employees to enroll their child
in the PECEC program for the 2012-2013 school year. Tuition cost - $10,000 ($1,000
per month).
3. Contract
a. M & E for Data Evaluation. Recommend the Board approve a contract with M & E
Associates, Inc. to generate data analyses for state and local test results.
Amount - $29,500.
b. Centra Professional Corporation. Recommend the Board approve the amended fees for
the 2012-2013 school year.
Zero Tolerance Evaluation - $400
Child Study Evaluation - $500
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c. The Center of Neurological and Neurodevelopment Health (CNNH). Recommend the
Board approve CNNH to assist the Child Study Teams in working with Students with
Disabilities. Cost – Comprehensive Neuropsychological Testing/Evaluations - $1,900
each. Total not to exceed $5,700.
4. Resolutions
E. Athletics/Activities
1. High School Marching Band Fall Schedule. Recommend the Board approve the Fall Marching Band
Schedule.
2. 2012-2013 Pre-School Calendar. Recommend the Board approve the revised Pre-School Calendar
for the 2012-2013 school year. NOTE: July 5th has been added due to the 5th being a Friday.
F. Miscellaneous
G. Informational Only
1. Monthly Enrollment. June 2012 enrollment. Attachment #: 08: 2012 I: G-1.
Instruction Agenda
Roll Call
Mr. Bauer
Mr. Doyle
Mrs. Glawson
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion: Mr. Ulrich
Second: Mrs. Glawson
Mr. Haines
Mr. Jerome
Mr. Pinto
Mrs. Prickett
Mr. Ulrich
Mr. Wells
Yes
Abs
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
ADMINISTRATION
A. Resignations/Retirements/Leave of Abs./Dismissal/Reduction in Force/ Rescind Action
1. Resignation
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Transportation, Bus Driver (BRA).
Jonathan Hinshaw effective 7/2/2012.
PECEC, School Helper Aide (ABD).
Jessica Grant effective 7/18/2012.
Transportation, Bus Driver (ADS).
Belinda Field-Pond effective 8/2/2012.
Transportation, Bus Aide 3 hour (CAU). Jennifer Guagliardo effective 7/29/2012.
Crichton, School Nurse (ANP). Elizabeth Smink effective on or before 10/15/2012.
2. Rescind Offer of Employment
3. Dismissal/Suspension
a. Recommend the Board approve the termination of the employee in position BGQ
effective 8/2/2012.
4. Leave of Absence - Recommend the Board approve the following:
Last
First
Location
Position
From
To
Extension
x
Alwill
Mark
HFMS
Teacher
4/19/2012
9/1/2013
Ludman
Kristen
Busansky
Teacher
9/4/2012
10/16/2012
Macinnes
Shannon
PECEC
Teacher
10/31/2012
1/1/2013
Thompson
Adrian
Busansky
Security
1/16/2013
1/31/2013
Cooper
Lindsay
Fort Dix
Teacher
12/11/2012
6/30/2013
Lukas
Rita
Transportation
Bus Driver
10/11/2012
12/31/2012
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5. Retirement
a. Fort Dix, Teacher (BFH). Ruth Adrian (39 years of service) effective 7/1/2012.
b. Brotherhood, Confidential Aide (ADN). Sherry Williams (10 years of service) effective
8/1/2012.
c. PECEC, Parent Resource Coordinator (BDD). Brenda Grant (25 years of service)
effective 11/1/2012.
6. Reduction in Force
7. Increment Withholding
8. Non-Renewal
B. New Employees/ Assignments/Contracts
1. New Employees
All new staff are recommended pending certification, criminal background check and
residency requirement.
a. Substitutes
1) Substitute List, 2012-2013 SY.
Last
Ashe
First
Francesca
Position
Last
First
Position
A,SHA,M,SM
Lincoln
Staci
T,A
Baker
Shawn
SM,A,SHA
Matlock
Michelle
T
Bradford
Samantha
A,CS,S,CW,C
Moss
Patricia
T,A,S
Brown
Nina
A,CW,CS,SM
Nangano
Sandra
T
Cooper
Sara
T,A,SHA,S
Nicholson
Christina
A,SHA,CW,CA
Correa
Sarah
CS
Nunez
Ana
T,A,S
Darling
Brittany
TA
Oelrich
Kimberly
T,A,SHA,CS,SM,S
Delorenzo
Eileen
A,CW,CA,CS,A
Parker
Everett
A,SM,C
Douglass
Gregory
B
Parrish
Jerry
T,A,SM
Edwards
Julie
S,A,SHA,CW,CA,SM,CS
Phillips
Sarah
T
Frederick
Robbie
A,SHA,CA,CW,C,M,SM,CS
Roiz
Jonathan
T
Freund
Heather
A,S,CA,SHA
Scorer
Judith
SM
Fulton
Matthew
A,SHA
Smith
Roberta
T
Gonzalez
Mercedes
S
Sorrentino
Pam
C
Hume
Donna
A,CW,CA,C,S
Tranchietella
Amber
T,S,A
Isom
Parazee
TA,SHA
Wessner
Pamela
T,S
Johnson
Margaret
WACC/SACC
Williams
Lory
A,CA,A,S,CS
Knapp
Annice
T
Zane
Thomas
M
b. New Staff
1) PECEC, Early Childhood Teacher (CCY). Recommend the Board approve Danielle
Skinner as an Early Childhood Teacher (CCY) effective 9/1/2012. Salary – MA Step
1 ($55,558). Posting # 12-107.
2) PECEC, Early Childhood Teacher (AEE). Recommend the Board approve Robin
Martin as an Early Childhood Teacher (AEE) effective 9/1/2012. Salary – BA Step 1
($51,252). Posting # 12-111.
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3) PECEC, Early Childhood Teacher (CDA). Recommend the Board approve Serita
DeGree as an Early Childhood Teacher (CDA) effective 9/1/2012. Salary – BA Step
2 (51,475).Posting # 12-109.
4) PECEC, Teacher of Students with Disabilities (APB). Recommend the Board
approve Jennifer Knudsen as a Teacher of Students with Disabilities effective
9/1/2012. Salary - MA Step 3 ($55,968). Posting #: 12-130.
5) PECEC, Early Childhood Teacher (CCW). Recommend the Board approve Brienna
Inzillo as an Early Childhood Teacher effective 9/1/2012. Salary – BA Step 1
($51,252). Posting #: 12-112.
6) PECEC, Early Childhood Teacher (CCV). Recommend the Board approve Elizabeth
Linett as an Early Childhood Teacher effective 9/1/2012. Salary – BA Step 1
($51,252). Posting #: 12-110.
7) PECEC, Classroom Aide(s). Recommend the Board approve the following as Early
Childhood Classroom Aides effective 9/1/2012.
Position
CDB
CDC
CDD
CDE
CDF
CDG
CDH
CDI
Louise Soden
Jamie MacFarland
Michele Stradling
Diane Vanderslice
Melissa Ruff
Jennifer Guagliardo
Nicole Genovese
Judith Mount
Step 1 ($21,590)
Step 1 ($22,090 BA)
Step 1 ($21,840 60 credits)
Step 1 ($22,090 BA)
Step 1 ($21,590)
Step 1 ($21,590)
Step 1 ($21,840 60 credits)
Step 1 ($21,590)
Posting #: 12-113
Posting #: 12-114
Posting #: 12-115
Posting #: 12-116
Posting #: 12-117
Posting #: 12-118
Posting #: 12-119
Posting #: 12-120
8) PECEC, School Helper Aides. Recommend the Board approve the following as
Early Childhood School Helper Aides effective 9/1/2012.
Position
BXE
CDJ
CDK
Rhonda Christopher Step 1 ($13,912)
Amy Przemelewski Step 1 ($13,912)
Sandra Bauerdorf
Step 1 ($13,912)
Posting #: 12-122
Posting #: 12-123
Posting #: 12-124
9) Crichton, Early Childhood Teacher (CCZ). Recommend the Board approve Ilona
Waggoner as an Early Childhood Teacher (CCZ) effective 9/1/2012. Salary – BA
Step 8 ($61,369). Posting # 12-108.
10) Crichton, Early Childhood Teacher (CCX). Recommend the Board approve April
Bell as an Early Childhood Teacher (CCX) effective 9/1/2012. Salary – BA Step 8
($61,369). Posting # 12-106.
11) Crichton, Art Teacher (BAW). Recommend the Board approve Suzanne
Pasqualicchio as an Art Teacher (BAW) effective 9/1/2012. Salary – MA Step 3
($55,968). Posting # 12-027.
12) Emmons, Spanish Teacher, (BTG). Recommend the Board approve David Sullivan
as a Spanish Teacher effective 9/1/2012. Salary – MA Step 1 ($55,558). Posting #:
12-132.
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13) Middle School, Science Teacher (AAQ). Recommend the Board approve Jean Camp
as a Science Teacher (AAQ) effective 9/1/2012. Salary – BA Step 1 ($51,252).
Posting # 12-129.
14) Browns Mills #1, Secretary/Bookkeeper (BCB). Recommend the Board ratify
Wanda Pierce as a Secretary/Bookkeeper (BCB) effective 7/1/2012. Salary – 3-12,
Step 9 ($42,726). Posting # 12-105.
c. Recall of Staff
2. Employee Transfers/Reassignments/Salary Adjustments
a. Transfer/reassignments for the 2012-2013 school year.
Last Name
First Name
From
Assignment
To
Assignment
Effective
Salary
Kennedy
Candace
Crichton
CA MD 1:1 S
Crichton
CA MD
9/1/2012
$22,978
Joseph
Alyssa
Busansky
CA Rr&I 1:1S
PECEC
CA PSD S
9/1/2012
$23,136
Joseph
Chantal
PECEC
Teacher
Crichton
Teacher
9/1/2012
N/C
Raymond
Linda
Crichton
Teacher
Fort Dix
Teacher
9/1/2012
N/C
Miller
Joan
Denbo
Teacher
Stackhouse
Teacher
9/1/2012
N/C
Graney
Diane
Newcomb
Secretary
Haines
Secretary
7/1/2012
N/C
Besserman
Joshua
Newcomb
21st Century
Haines
21st Century
7/1/2012
N/C
Grogan
Joe
Haines
Custodian
Newcomb
Custodian
9/1/2012
N/C
Yi
Tadasha
Newcomb
Custodian
Haines
Custodian
9/1/2012
N/C
Stinney
Linda
PECEC
Ec CA
Crichton
EC CA
9/1/2012
N/C
Pintye
Peggy
CA LL
Harker-Wylie
CA RR&I
9/1/2012
N/C
Warren
Cindy
Busansky
HarkerWylie
CA RR&I S
Crichton
CA MD
9/1/2012
$23,178
3. Additional Assignments/Tutors/Co-Curricular
a. C & D Stipends. Recommend the Board approve the following C & D Positions for the
2012-2013 school year.
High School
Peter Cino
Brian Sleeper
Julianna Zukowski
Tom Dougherty
Heather Freund
Denbo
Genise Riccio
Daron Wright
Band Director
Band Assistant
Majorette head
Band Percussion Technician
Band Movement Technician
$4,870
$3,396
$3,102
$2,122
$2,122
Safety Patrol
Safety Patrol
$790
$790
b. 2012-2013 Athletic Event Staff. Recommend the Board approve the following additional
staff to work Athletic Events during the 2012-2013 school year.
Ticket Seller/Collector - $40/event
Jami Hubbell
Desiree Macey
Claire Spille
Merry Jusiewicz
Event Security - $40/event
Claire Spille
Timekeeper - $40/event
Claire Spille
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c. Recertification Course for CPR. Recommend the Board approve Anne Labella to teach a
recertification CPR course for all school nurses on 9/17/2012. Cost – 7 hr x $38.30/hr. $268.10.
d. Busansky, Early Bus Duty. Recommend the Board approve the following staff for early
morning bus duty for double runs.
Rita Goncalves
$16.39/hr.
e. Emmons. Recommend the Board approve the following co-curricular positions for the
2012-2013 school year.
Deborah Maull
Intramural Sports
$1,835
f. Middle School Detention and After School Detention. Recommend the Board approve
the following staff for Detention and After School Detention. Hourly rate - $38.30 per
hour for certificated staff.
Teachers - $38.30/hr.
Rita Jenkins
Donna Passarella
Susette Ventura
Tracy Dugan
Kelly Marino
Esther Sullivan
Desiree Macey
Stacey Conyer
Ramon Santiago
Clarissa Barresi
Barbara Flanagan
Katelyn Orr
Lisette Alber
Lisa Wiener
Aides - $16.39/hr.
Ellen Murtha
Tammy Shorter
Petraq Niquet
Daniel Tyler
Jennifer Cidoni
Rena Kerzetski
Linda Piskowski
Irene Kolbasowski
Donna Williams
g. Middle School Co-Curricular Positions. Recommend the Board approve the following
co-curricular positions for the 2012-2013 school year.
After School Student Council – 1 ½ hr. x $38.30/hr. x 1 day/month
Kelly Marino
Katelyn Orr
Esther Sullivan
After School Basketball – 1 ½ hr. x $38.30/hr. x 2 days/week
Marvin Hill
David Kennedy
William Dirkin (substitute)
Safety Patrol Advisor – Yearly stipend $1,780
Kelly Marino
h. Media Services Announcers. Recommend the Board approve the following as
announcers for athletic events. Stipend - $40 per event, total amount of events not to
exceed $1,200.
Eric Talarico
Keith Carter
Kathy Fitzpatrick
Paula Kosko
Art Shinn
Tom Bauer (volunteer)
Tom Ingling
Rick Little
Kenneth Taylor
Robert Allenbach
George Baisley
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John Gillespie
Kathy Ulrich
Mary Hutchinson
Fred Wilson
Christopher Pinto (volunteer)
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i. Media Services Event Staff. Recommend the Board approve the following for assistance
with major events as listed.
Charlie Mitchell, Jr. – Total amount not to exceed $1,750 ($250/event)
Community Day
PTHS Winter Band/Choral Concert
PTHS Spring Musical
Heart Challenge
District Choral Festival PTHS Green & White Night
PTHS Graduation
David H. Woodward – Total amount not to exceed $1,500 ($500/event)
Pemberton Township Water Carnival – NOTE: this event was held on 7/28/2012
Heart Challenge
PTHS Spring Musical
j. Wrap-Around Child Care (WACC) and School Age Child Care (SACC). Recommend
the Board approve the following staff for the WACC and SACC program for 2012-2013.
Rate - $9.00 per hour.
Anita Pugliese
Jennifer Guagliardo
Karla Kijonka
Heather Naughton
k. 21st Century Program. Recommend the Board approve the following staff for the 20122013 school year. The 21st Century Program will be held at the Haines Campus from
September 2012 thru June 2013.
Teachers Thomas Carnavale
Joaquin Carvalho
Jennifer Cidoni
Cheryl Compher
Tracy Dugan
Kristin Engle
Crystal Gardiner
Bruce Glover
Kaitlyn Orr
$38.30/hr.
Susanna Pannone
Karla Pstrak
Kathy Spence
Esther Sullivan
Raymond Lutz
Patricia Riddell
Sherrie Smith
Aides - $16.39/hr.
Alexis Diaz-Castro
Barbara Jarvis-Williams
Pam Hamilton
Donna Lefebvre
Lisa Leonardi
Marie Lucas
Kelly Mumford
Tammy Shorter
Susan Havens
l. Haines/Harker-Wylie After School Tutoring. Recommend the Board approve the
following staff for after school tutoring. 1 hr x 2 days/week x $38.30/hr teachers – para
hourly rate per contract. Total cost not to exceed $20,000.
Margaret Riccardi
Alfreda Brockman
Cheryl Compher
Kathleen Spence
Joyce Scheyhing
Donna Plumeri
Diane Pence (para)
Phyllis Nichols
Leah Lawrence
Bea Holley(para)
Cheryl Armstrong
Madeline Swanson
Crystal Gardiner
Dawn Brida
Christine Hale
Laura Lutz
Arden Magaziner
Robin Mushrock
Carole Cann
Patricia Riddell
Julia Wolfrom
m. Haines/Harker-Wylie Parent Child Literary Connection. Recommend the Board approve
Laura Lutz and Beatrice Holley (para) to facilitate family literary activities (1 session).
Cost not to exceed $1,000 salaries and $500 for materials.
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n. Haines/Harker-Wylie, Family Science. Recommend the Board approve Carole Cann and
Beatrice Holley (para) to present 2 sessions of hands-on family activities to foster an
interest in Science. Total salaries not to exceed $1,900 and materials not to exceed $400
o. Haines/Harker-Wylie, Family Math. Recommend the Board approve the following staff
to present 2 sessions of hands-on family activities in Math. Total salaries not to exceed
$3,000 and materials not to exceed $300.
Carole Cann
Raymond Lutz
Crystal Gardiner
Margaret Riccardi-Schilling
p. Haines/Harker-Wylie, Safety Patrol. Recommend the Board approve Carol Donachy and
Beth Ewell as Safety Patrol Coordinators for the 2012-2013 school year. Stipend $1,780 per person.
q.
Technology, Summer Hours. Recommend the Board approve 9 additional days for
Chris Jewell at his per diem rate of $316.45.
r. High School, Additional Instruction Time. Recommend the Board approve the additional
instruction as per PTEA Article IX – Work Hours A.3.c.:
2 periods for Career/Technical Teachers Rudy Zotter, John Mocci, Leon Michaleski and
Elisabeth McCartney in the amount not to exceed $4,860 per person with a total cost not
to exceed $19,440.
1 period for AVID Teachers Stephen Roberts, Karen Humphries, Jerry Kurpicki, Melanie
Rose and Linda Narke in the amount not to exceed $2,430 per person with a total cost not
to exceed $12,150.
4. Contracts
a. SubFinder Manager. Recommend the Board approve the continuation of the shared
services substitute stipend of $1,000 to Kathy Tarn for the 2012-2013 school year.
b. Title I Salaries, 2012-2013. Recommend the Board approve the following percent of
staff salaries to be paid through NCLB funds.
Title I - Teachers
Title I Teaching Assistants
Tammy Zimmerman
2%
Ruth McPherson
100%
Carole Cann
35%
Gaetana McIntyre
100%
Kathleen Spence
35%
Sue Bishop
100%
Jay Gaffney
55%
Pat Pullen
100%
Debbie Kerner
55%
Laura Wolpert
100%
Amy Marshall
28%
Diane Pence
65%
Ellen Murtha
100%
Title II - Teachers
Susan Willich
100%
Dawn Brida
47%
Kim Lindwall
62% (secretary)
Beth Herbert
50%
Natalie Houwen
50%
Edith Burnett
47%
Karla Gibson
50%
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5. Job Descriptions/Position.
6. Summer 2012
a. Summer School Program. Recommend the Board ratify the following staff for
attendance at the initial Summer School meeting on 6/21/2012.
Elisabeth McCarney
Tiffany Hathaway
Walter Stark
Frank Zintl
Rob shields
Ramon Santiago
Susan Baldwin-Heller
Cecilia Cunnane
Lynn Lofland
Diane Fanucci
1 hr. x $38.30/hr.
1 hr. x $38.30/hr.
1 hr. x $38.30/hr.
1 hr. x $38.30/hr.
1 hr. x $38.30/hr.
1 hr. x $38.30/hr.
1 hr. x $38.30/hr.
1 hr. x $38.30/hr.
1 hr. x $38.30/hr.
1 hr. x $34.62/hr. on 6/21/2012
3 hr. x $34.62 on 6/19/2012
b. Individualized Education Program (IEP) Meetings. Recommend the Board ratify Rick
Little to participate in IEP meeting s during the Summer of 2012. Cost - $55.24 per hour.
C. Legal
D. Miscellaneous
E. Information Only
F. Policy
Administration Agenda
Roll Call
Mr. Bauer
Mr. Doyle
Mrs. Glawson
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion: Mr. Tim Haines
Second: Mr. Ulrich
Mr. Haines
Mr. Jerome
Mr. Pinto
Mrs. Prickett Yes
Mr. Ulrich
Yes
Mr. Wells
Yes
Mr. Bauer abstained from B:3-h
Mr. Ulrich abstained from B:3-h & B:3-b
Mr. Pinto abstained from B:3-h
Yes
Abs
Yes
No on B:1b 1-14
Mrs. Glawson
Asked if the safety Patrol and Student Council be combined
o Dr. Gorman replied they have been kept separated due to grade level
Mrs. Glawson
Asked why they can’t be combined
o Dr. Gorman replied that the Safety Patrol only goes to 6th grade per national level
standards
Mr. Ulrich
There was a name on the substitute list that was hired at Harker-Wylie. Asked why they
are still listed as a substitute
o Dr. Gorman said he would check with Human Resources
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OPERATIONS
A. Buildings
1. Busansky Roof Project. Recommend the Board approve the following Change Order for the
Busansky Roof Project.
Project Decrease – C.O. #1 Project # 5349B
Amount:
$8,000 decrease
Reason: Alterations to design
2. High School, HVAC Upgrades. Recommend the Board ratify the bid opening on 8/14/2012 for the
award of the HVAC Upgrades to the High School Auditorium. Falasca $171, 600.
3. Fort Dix, Classroom Additions. Recommend the Board approve a Bid Opening to be held on
9/5/2012 for 6 classrooms at Fort Dix paid through Federal Funds to be ratified at the 9/27/2012
Board Meeting.
B. Contracts/Resolutions
1. Contracts
a. 2012-2013 Educational Data Services Cooperative Pricing Bid Awards. Recommend the
Board approve the following:
High School Athletic Supplies
$22,067.96
b. 2012-2013 Print Bid Opening 07/31/2012. Recommend the Board approve the following
award of the 2012-2013 Print Bid as follows:
Deans Graphics: Awarded Jobs - 1, 11, 12, 15, 17(lg), 18(lg), 19(lg), 20(lg), 21,
24(lg), 25(lg), 26, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40
Eagle Press:
Awarded Jobs - 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 16, 17(sm),
18(sm), 19(sm), 20(sm), 22, 23, 24(sm), 25(sm),27, 28, 29, 30, 31
Garrison
Printing Co:
Awarded Jobs - 32, 41
c. Trash/Garbage Bid Opening. Recommend the Board award the Trash/Garbage Removal
Bid opened on 08/15/2012 to Waste Management in the amount of $66,000 for a one
year period with the option to renew for two (2) additional years.
Bids received:
Pinto Brothers
Woolston
Waste management
$72,000
$90,684
$66,000
d. Sale of Used School Buses. Recommend the Board award the Sale of used School Buses
opened on 08/15/2012 as follows:
Bus H
Bus X
Bus 15
Bus 38
Trans-Ed
Wolfington
Wolfington
Holcomb
Total
$3,101
$2,700
$3,600
$2,810
$12,211
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e. Supplemental Time – Transportation Office. Recommend the Board approve
supplemental time for Nancy Anderson to assist with bus passes at the Transportation
office for 12 days for 4 hours per day at the substitute secretary rate of $11 per hour
8/27/2012 thru 9/12/2012.
1. Resolutions
C. Transportation
1. 2011-2012 School Year Second Semester Reimbursement. Recommend the Board ratify the
second semester transportation reimbursement in the amount of $30,664.74.
2. 2011-2012 Transportation Runs. Recommend the Board approve the following
transportation runs for the 2011-2012 school year
ROUTES
CNVR/ARCHWAY
5 LATE RUNS @ HS
ECCB
CNVR/ARCHWAY
LCKWD/DENBO
ECC
CSTR
OOD1
HARK1
HLT/BRDG
WRIGHTSTOWN/HS
OCVTS
NEWCOMB SHUTTLE
GARFIELD SHUTTLE
HW
COMPANY
GST
GST Tues&Thurs
GST
GST
GST
LAUREL
GST
LAUREL
LAUREL
GST
LAUREL
LAUREL
LAUREL
LAUREL
LAUREL
PER DIEM
17days/239.00
17days/ 58.00
45days/ 45.00
96days/149.00
23days/130.65
93days/150.00
72days/194.00
85days/225.00
72days/114.00
102days/ 85.00
18days/150.00
71days/190.00
29days/ 90.00
4days/100.00
76days/185.00
AIDE MILAGE TOTALS
.0
.95
$ 4,063.00
.0
.95
$ 4,930.00
40.00
.95
$ 5,130.00
.0
.95
$14,304.00
.0
.95
$ 3,004.95
40.00
1.30
$21,150.00
.0
.95
$13,968.00
.0
1.30
$19,125.00
.0
.95
$ 8,208.00
.0
.95
$ 8.670.00
.0
1.30
$ 2,700.00
.0
1.30
$13,490.00
.0
1.30
$ 2,610.00
.0
1.30
$ 400.00
.0
1.30
$14,060.00
3. 2012-2013 Student Transportation – Renewals. Recommend the Board approve the 20122013 Transportation Renewals with ratification at the 9/27/2012 Board Meeting.
D. Budget Recommendations/Grants
1. Bill List/check List. Recommend the Board approve the following reports as per
attachments:
a. Bill List – June/July/August 2012
2. Financial Reports
a. Board Secretary Report – May
b. Cash Report – May
3. Transfer Authorization. Recommend the Board approve the authorized transfers for
06/08/2012 thru 06/30/2012, 07/01/2012 thru 07/31/2012 and 08/01/2012 thru 08/02/2012.
4. Finance Certification. Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-16.10 (c) 3and 4, the Board Secretary
certifies that as of, May 2012, 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. 18A: 22-8 and 18A: 22-8-1.
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Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-16.10 (c) 3and 4, the Pemberton Township Board of Education
certifies that as of May 2012, after review of the secretary’s monthly financial reports
(appropriations section) and upon consultation with the appropriate district officials, to the
best of our knowledge no major account or fund has been over expended in violation of
N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-16.10 (c) 3and 4 and that sufficient funds are available to meet the
district’s financial obligations for the remainder of the fiscal year.
5. Grants/Aid
a. Impact Aid Reserve. Recommend the Board approve the reserve of Federal Impact Aid
for School Year 2011-2012 as permitted under Department of Education Budget
Guidelines for excess surplus calculations.
Amount: $1,300,353
b. 2012 Year End Reserves. Be it resolved that the Board of Education note that the
Maintenance and Emergency Reserves that was approved in our 2011-2012 Recap of
Tuition Reserve - $400,000
Maintenance Reserve - $500,000
Capital Reserve - $1,100,000
6. Facilities
a. Facilities Usage Report. Recommend the Board approve the Facilities Usage Report
from the August 2012 committee meeting.
E. Informational/Miscellaneous
1. Informational Only
2. Miscellaneous
Operations Agenda
Roll Call
Motion: Mr. Ulrich
Second: Mrs. Glawson
Mr. Bauer
Yes
Mr. Haines
Yes
Mrs. Prickett
Mr. Doyle
Yes
Mr. Jerome
Abs
Mr. Ulrich
Mrs. Glawson
Yes
Mr. Pinto
Yes
Mr. Wells
Chris Pinto
Requested more information regarding the classrooms at Fort Dix
Mr. Flanagan said he would research the question and respond to him
Yes
Yes
Yes
NEW BUSINESS
Policy 6142.15 – Internet Safety was brought out of committee to the Board for 1st reading
with 2nd reading next month
Roll Call
Mr. Bauer
Mr. Doyle
Mrs. Glawson
Motion: Mr. Wells
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mr. Haines
Mr. Jerome
Mr. Pinto
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Yes
Abs
Yes
Second: Mr. Ulrich
Mrs. Prickett
Mr. Ulrich
Mr. Wells
Yes
Yes
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On motion by Mr. Pinto, seconded by Mr. Bauer, the meeting was open to the public for discussion
on non-agenda items.
Diane Fanucci
She had several questions concerning Electronic Devices Policy and the progress on it.
o Ms. Fanucci was informed the current policy is in effect and should a new policy be
approved a date would be given when it would be effective.
Sherry Scull
Letter has been sent to apply for funds for the senior prom
Ran a successful program last year for the senior prom and would like to run another one this
year
Talking to the Township prosecutor and would like to bring to the attention of the
Superintendent how students dress inappropriately in public and how the youngsters have no
respect for authority.
We need to make sure policies are upheld and accountable for their behaviors
Communication – thought by the comments from last week that the transportation for the
CDC would continue this year. She does not feel she misunderstood the comments from the
work session
Asked since the grievance was not put on the agenda will she receive a written response
o Mr. Doyle said yes
Wanted to read a letter from Mr. Polillo regarding the treatment of his wife after 26 years in
the district but decided not to. This is embarrassing to the Pemberton Township. We need to
get back to working together and having better respect for each other.
Solicitors do not always give the correct information
Please consider and start thinking about putting the staff on the list to care about. They do
not feel they are.
Ms. Scull commented that this may be her last year working in Pemberton
On motion by Mr. Haines, seconded by Mr. Pinto, the meeting was closed to public.
Board Comments
Mr. Wells
Gave out Township School Diplomas to the Board Members
Mr. Ulrich
He mentioned earlier that we do need the policies developed for staff changing from 10 to 12
month and from 12 to 10 month positions
We also need the policy committee to look at the policy regarding how we do our
evaluations. Even though we are part of the pilot program and it is only rudimentary we
should have it on paper
Thank you to the faculty and staff for the work in receiving accreditation.
Mrs. Prickett
Congratulations to Ruth Adrian on retirement. You should be proud of your
accomplishments. Enjoy your retirement
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Tom Bauer
This summer there was a musical of the Jungle Book involving about 50 students. They did
an excellent job.
The high school looks great. Kudos to whoever is doing the work.
I though last year’s calendar was great but this one is even better.
Sandy Glawson
Happy Birthday to Dr. Gorman
Mr. Doyle
He was asked to give a comment to the newspapers about accreditation and gave full credit
to the faculty and staff. They give every opportunity to the students and they deserve the
credit.
Meeting adjourned on motion by Mr. Bauer, seconded by Mr. Ulrich, at 8:25 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
James Flanagan
Board Secretary
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