OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

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1 OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS To the President and Members of the Board of Education: Camden, New Jersey Your Superintendent desires to submit the following report: I. Attendance at Meetings A. With Expense (1 Ratification) (Mileage cost is based on the rate of 31 cents per mile) Ms. Carol Christian & Advanced Placement U.S. History Workshop, 7/26-7/30/10 Ms. Candida Palmieri Swedesboro, NJ Monday-Friday (Camden High School) Registration-$895 per person Total cost not to exceed $1,790 Acct. # SLC Grant Ms. Lisa Nicolucci Summer Literacy Conference, 7/27/10 (Washington Elem. School) New Brunswick, NJ Tuesday Registration-$25 Total cost not to exceed $25 Acct. # School Based Funds B. Without Expense, except for travel Ms. Lana Murray Learning in Difficult Times: Doing 7/14-7/15/10 (Washington Elem. School) More with Less Ratification Parlin, NJ Official Report

2 II. Curriculum & Instruction A. Camden High School (Treece) 1. Master s Academy-Alternative High School Assessment-Revisions Ratification It is recommended that Camden High School be permitted to provide the Master s Academy for AHSA (Alternative High School Assessment) for seniors who have met all course requirements but did not successfully fulfill requirements for the AHSA. The revised dates of the program will be from July 6, 2010 August 3, 2010 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (21 days total). Staff Needed 2-Math $29.00 per hour x 4 hours per day x 21 days = $4, Ms. Lynette Washington Mr. Sridevi Somireddy 2-English $29.00 per hour x 4 hours per day x 21 days = $4, Mr. Gregory Wake Mr. James Montgomery Total Cost not to exceed $9, Acct. # B. Woodrow Wilson High School (Treece) 1. Master s Academy-Alternative High School Assessment-Revisions It is recommended that Woodrow Wilson High School be permitted to provide the Master s Academy for AHSA (Alternative High School Assessment) for seniors who have met all course requirements but did not successfully fulfill requirements for the AHSA. The revised dates of the program will be from July 6, 2010 August 3, 2010 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (21 days total). Staff Needed 2-Math $29.00 per hour x 4 hours per day x 21 days = $4, Mr. Alan Malcolm Mr. Roland Patterson 2-English $29.00 per hour x 4 hours per day x 21 days = $4, Ms. Wilma Craft Ms. Lina Robertshaw 1-Bilingual $29.00 per hour x 4 hours per day x 21 days = $2, Mr. Alido Rivera Total cost not to exceed $12,180 Acct. # Local Funds Official Report 2

3 Woodrow Wilson High School, Master s Academy, cont. June 2010 Superintendent s Report, page 4, Item 3 It is recommended that permission be granted for a Master s Academy for the Alternative High School Assessment (AHSA) to be provided at Camden High School and Woodrow Wilson High School for seniors who have met all course requirements, but did not successfully fulfill requirements for the AHSA, July 6-July 23, 2010, 8:30 am-july 23, 2010 (14 days). Camden High School 2 Math $29 per hour x 4 hours per day x 14 days=$3,248 2 English $29 per hour x 4 hours per day x 14 days=$3,248 Supplies-$1,500 Total cost not to exceed $7,996. Acct. # Title I SIA Grant Woodrow Wilson High School 2 Math $29 per hour x 4 hours per day x 14 days=$3,248 2 English $29 per hour x 4 hours per day x 14 days=$3,248 Supplies-$1,500 Total cost not to exceed $7,996. Acct. # Title I SIA Grant Grand total cost not to exceed $15,992. C. Catto Community School (Kirwin) 1. Planning Team It is recommended that Catto Community School be granted permission for a team of six (6) teachers work, July 26 to July 30, 2010, 9:00 am- 2:00pm, to assist with planning in the following areas: Curriculum planning- Science/technology, Mathematics, Language Arts Literacy Addition of two 8 th grade classrooms- staffing, scheduling, instructional materials and supplies Data Analysis School Logistics Name Ms. Nichole DeSesso Ms. Edith Gardener Ms. Gail LaRoda Ms. Sharon McGee Ms. Lynne Price-Jones Ms. Kathleen Reynolds Substitutes Name Ms. Beth Vohl Ms. Alexis Morgan Ms. Evelyn Mendez Position Teacher of Handicapped Technology Coordinator Literacy Coach Music Teacher Math Coach Elementary Teacher Position Instrumental Music Teacher Teacher of the Handicapped Elementary Teacher $29 per hour x 25 hours x 6 = $4,350. Total cost not to exceed $4,350. Acct. # School Based Funds Official Report 3

4 D. Early Childhood Development Center (Kirwin) 1. Teacher Survey It is recommended that permission be granted to Ms. Maricarmen Macrina, principal, to survey teachers in the preschool program in teachers perceptions of their ability to screen preschool age students who speak a language other than English. Teachers will receive the survey via . The survey will take no more than 15 minutes to complete. Collecting data through this survey is a requirement for the fulfillment of Mrs. Macrina s doctoral degree. There will be no cost to the Board. E. Curriculum & Instruction Dept. 1. Curriculum Writing Revisions It is recommended that the third curriculum writer position assigned to Health be shared between Ms. Karen Borrelli and Ms. Jacqueline Shinn. (3 positions x 40 hours each=120 hours) Ms. Karen Borrelli $1, hours Ms. Jacqueline Shinn $1, hours March 2010Superintendent s Report, page 42, Item C It is recommended that the previously board approved Content Area of Curriculum Guide Revision (board approved 11/24/09) be changed to delete Physical Education and replace with Health There will be no additional cost to the Board. November 2009 Superintendent s Report, page 7, Item C2 It is recommended the office of Secondary Curriculum and Instruction be granted permission to revise curriculum for outdated guides. Revisions will begin January 2010-March 30, 2010, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM. Guide revisions will include the following content area in which supervisors will coordinate curriculum writing cadres. Each team will consist of 3 teachers at the contracted rate of $29.00 per hour times 40 hours = $ per teacher 3. Physical Education I Cost for 8 teacher teams: $29.00 per hr. x 24 teachers x 40 hrs = $27,840. Total cost not to exceed $27,840. Acct. # Local Funds Official Report 4

5 F. Technology Dept. (Mills) 1. Genesis Parent Access Module Project It is recommended that permission be granted for the Office of Technology to select the following eleven (11) Phase I pilot schools to participate in the Genesis Parent Access Module Project: Woodrow Wilson All Middle Schools Catto Community, H. B. Wilson Elementary, Dudley Elementary, Cream Famiy, and Forest Hill Elementary Parents/Guardians of these Schools will be provided View Only access to the Parent Module starting at the conclusion of the first marking period for the school year for their approval and signature. Technology Coordinators in each school will provide professional development for parents/guardians. There will be no cost to the Board. 2. Genesis Student Conduct Module Project It is recommended that permission be granted for the Office of Technology to select the following individuals to participate in the Genesis Student Conduct Module Project Committee: Deborah Johnson- Research and Planning Dept. Katrina McCombs- Principal, Lanning Square Family School Archel Miller - Executive Director of Safety and Security Dawn Pittman- Principal, Morgan Village Middle School Tyrone Richards Principal, Woodrow Wilson High School The committee will review and assess sample templates of various disciplinary codes, and begin the process of developing appropriate codes to identify various discipline infarctions to be utilized in the Genesis Student Conduct Module for the school district. Weekly meetings will commence August, 2010 and will continue on an as needed basis. Upon completion, these disciplinary codes will be presented to the District's Policy Committee for approval. There will be no cost to the Board. Official Report 5

6 III. School District Activities (2 Ratifications) A. Woodrow Wilson High School (Mills) 1. Class of 2010 Transportation It is recommended that permission be granted for Woodrow Wilson High School to utilize 4 buses to transport the graduating class of 2010 to Rutgers Gordon Theatre, Wednesday,June 30, 2010, 1:00 pm- 4:30 pm. (4 $75.00 = ) Total cost not to exceed $300. Acct. # School Based Funds B. Catto Community School (Kirwin) 1. C.A.U.S.E. Program Ratification It is recommended that permission be granted for Cooper s Poynt Family School to be the site for the C.A.U.S.E. Program (Camden Aquarium Urban Science Enrichment), July 12-August 13, 2010, Mondays- Thursdays 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m,. Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. There will be no cost to the Board. C. Cooper's Poynt Family School (Kirwin) 1. Camden Day Center It is recommended that permission be granted for Cooper s Poynt Family School to host a Math and Reading Boot Camp, July 5, 2010 July 30, 2010, Monday-Friday, from 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m., by Camden Day Center, for students in grades 3-6. There will be no cost to the Board. D. Lanning Square Elementary School (Kirwin) 1. Cooper Learning Center Ratification It is recommended that permission be granted to Lanning Square Elementary School to continue their partnership with Cooper Learning Center: Children s Regional Hospital/Cooper University Hospital. Cooper Learning Center conducts a Summer Reading Program, Monday- Thursday, July 12 - August 12, 2010, 9:00am 2:30pm. There will be no cost to the Board. E. Administration 1. Artworks It is recommended that permission be granted for Camden City Public Schools to accept Framed Artwork from Dr. Theresa Marlin, Retired Principal of Yorkship School. These works of art are by the late Dr. William Marlin, Professor of Arts, Camden County Community College. These artworks will be displayed in various schools in the district. There will be no cost to the Board. Official Report 6

7 IV. Special Services (Wright) A. Salary Corrections It is recommended that the stipend for Summer Assessment School Psychologists be revised, as per the recent School Psychologists contract. (All School Psychologists approved June 22, 2010.) Summer Preschool Assessment Program-School Psychologists Account # $4500 stipend/month 1.5 months/person Hugh R. Cordier Neal Silverman Total cost not to exceed $13,500 Summer K-12 Assessment Program-School Psychologists Account # $4500 stipend/month 1 month/person Karen Bayyan Maureen Dugan Melissa Laster Alison Marchesano Rashid Mason Trina Scott Shauna Small JoAngeles Richardson-Alternate Total cost not to exceed $31,500 ($28,035 from Acct # and $3465 from *) *All School Psychologist accounts approvedjune 22, June 2010 Superintendent s Report, page School Psychologists Account # Summer Preschool Assessment Program $4005 stipend/month 1.5 months/person Hugh R. Cordier Neal Silverman Not to exceed: $18, School Psychologists Account # Summer K-12 Assessment Program $4005 stipend/month 1 month/person Karen Bayyan Maureen Dugan Melissa Laster Alison Marchesano Rashid Mason Trina Scott Shauna Small JoAngeles Richardson-Alternate Not to exceed: $28, Official Report 7

8 B. Mandated Summer School Assessment It is recommended that Ms. Stephanie Ellerbe be employed as the General Education teacher in the Mandated Summer Preschool Assessment Program. The position was previously listed as To be Determined. June 22, 2010 page General Education teacher TBD $29/hour 125hours/person Account # not to exceed $ C. Fun Day-Revised Date (Kirwin) It is recommended that the date for Extended School Year (ESY) Fun Day be changed from August 6, 2010 to July 30, April 2010 Superintendent s Report, page 18, Item E Activities: Zoo on Wheels- July 12, 2010: Cost not to exceed $435 Red Cross Fire Safety House July 13, 2010: No cost to the Board Fun Day August 6, 2010: Cost not to exceed $1925 Open House August 11, 2010: No cost to the Board Dovetail Presentations Science/Magic Show : Cost not to exceed $500 The Clay Studio July 8,15,22,29 and August 5, 2010: Cost not to exceed $950 Academy of Natural Sciences/ Traveling Science Program-August 3, 2010: Cost not to exceed $350 Total cost not to exceed $4,160. Acct. # IDEA Funds Official Report 8

9 V. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (0 Ratifications) A. Wiggins Elementary School (Kirwin) Book Challenge Summer Program It is recommended that the following individuals be employed in the 100 Book Challenge Summer Program, previously approved on the June 2010 Superintendent s Report: Teachers Ms. Vivaldi Smith (2 days per week) Ms. Crystal Caddell (2 days per week) Ms. Emily Vosseller Ms. Janyll Tucker Ms. Irene Richardson Ms. Susan Lore-Substitute June 2010 Superintendent s Report, page 33, Item B It is recommended that permission be granted for Wiggins Elementary School to conduct a 100 Book Challenge Reading Proficiency Summer Program, July 5 July 29, 2010 four weeks) 8:30 am- 12:30 pm for 60 students in grades K-4, Monday- Thursday. Training will be provided free. Teachers (4) $29 per hour 4 days a 4hrs a per hour x 4 weeks= $7, Total cost not to exceed $7, Acct. # School Based Funds Paraprofessional (1) $15.09 per hour 4 days a 4 hours per per hour x 4 weeks= $ Total cost not to exceed $ Acct. # School Based Funds School Security Officer (1) $18.98 per hour 4 days a 4 hours per per hour x 4 weeks= $1, Total cost not to exceed $1, B. Professional Development Dept. (Wright) 1. National Science Resource Center Science Education Institute-Revised Ratification Due to increased costs, it is recommended that the transportation cost, per person, for the National Science Resource Center Science Education Institute, previously approved on the June 15, 2010 Superintendent s Report, be increased to $170. Transportation: Amtrak $170 p/p x 6 = $1,020; Taxi $45 p/p x 6 = $270, Total-$1,290 Acct. # Total cost not to exceed: $15, (NCLB Title IIA) Official Report 9

10 National Science Resource Center Science Education Institute-Revised, cont. June 15, 2010, Superintendent s Report, page 10, item 3 It is recommended that a team of six represent Camden City Public Schools at the National Science Resource Center Summer Institute, Washington, DC, July 11-16, The institute will be a 5 1/2 day working institute to guide districts in the planning and implementation of effective research-based science education program. One hundred (100) district teachers will be provided with five science courses, $1,000 stipends and $200 each to purchase classroom supplies. District costs are in-kind (classrooms for courses) and attendance at summer trainings. Team: Ms. Linnell N. Wright, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Robin Wyche, Director, Office of Professional Development Dr. Faith Hartie, Director, Secondary Curriculum & Instruction Mr. Paul Mulle, Science Supervisor Ms. Dawn Pittman, Principal Ms. Aaryenne White, Teacher (Science) Cost Registration: Team of six; $8,500 Acct. # (NCLB Title IIA) Hotel (Conference hotel and institute): $ p/p x 6 = $5, Acct. # (NCLB Title IIA) Transportation: Amtrak $125 p/p x 6 = $750; Taxi $45 p/p x 6 = $270, Total-$1,020 Acct. # Total cost not to exceed: $15, (NCLB Title IIA) Official Report 10

11 VI. COMMUNITY/PARENTS (1 Ratifications) A. Woodrow Wilson High School (Mills) 1. Spring Parent Activities Ratification It is recommended that permission be granted for Woodrow Wilson High School to revise the previously approved parent activities: Luncheon, Thursday, April 29, 2010, 11:00 am-1:00 pm Change to: Tuesday, June 22, :00am to 1:00pm CHAT N CHEW, Thursday, May 6, 2010, 3:30 pm-5:30 pm School Security Officer Cheryl Jackson-$18.98 per hour x 1.5=$28.47 (4:00 pm-5:30) Change to: Friday, June 25, :00 am 1:00pm No School Security officers needed Dinner, Thursday, June 3, 2010, 5:00 pm-7:00 pm 120 parents x $10 per person (food)=$1,200 School Security Officer Cheryl Jackson-$18.98 per hour x 2=$37.96 School Security Officer Martha Townes-$18.98 per hour x 2=$37.96 Total cost not to exceed $1, Change to: Friday June 18, :30pm 3:30 80 parents & students total x $10.00 per person (food) = $ No School Security officers needed April 2010 Superintendent s Report, page 20, Item A1 It is recommended that permission be granted for Woodrow Wilson High School to conduct the following activities for parents during spring 2010: Luncheon, Thursday, April 29, 2010, 11:00 am-1:00 pm Luncheon will honor parents of students achieving honor roll and perfect attendance for 2nd and third marking periods. 120 parents x $7 per person (food)=$840 Total cost not to exceed $840 CHAT N CHEW, Thursday, May 6, 2010, 3:30 pm-5:30 pm Parents will discuss concerns regarding attendance and academic performance with School Based Youth and Guidance personnel. 75 parents x $5 per person (food)=$375 School Security Officer Cheryl Jackson-$18.98 per hour x 1.5=$28.47 (4:00 pm-5:30) Total cost not to exceed $ Dinner, Thursday, June 3, 2010, 5:00 pm-7:00 pm Dinner will honor parents of students accepted to colleges, universities, and/or continuing education institutions. 120 parents x $10 per person (food)=$1,200 School Security Officer Cheryl Jackson-$18.98 per hour x 2=$37.96 School Security Officer Martha Townes-$18.98 per hour x 2=$37.96 Total cost not to exceed $1, Official Report 11

12 B. Pyne Poynt Middle School (Treece) 1. Parent Luncheon Changes It is recommended that permission be granted for the following change in parent luncheons at Pyne Poynt Middle School: Combined Perfect Attendance/Honor Roll Luncheon Monday, June 21, :00 am Refreshments-75 parents x $6.67 per person=$ Total cost not to exceed $ Acct. # Parent Involvement Funds December 2009 Superintendent s Report, Page 34, Item C It is recommended that permission be granted for Pyne Poynt Middle School to conduct the following activities during Spring 2010: Honor Roll Luncheon for students and parents Wednesday, June 9, :00 pm Refreshments-75 parents x $6.67 per person=$ Total cost not to exceed $ Acct. # Parent Involvement Funds Perfect Attendance Luncheon for students and parents Tuesday, June 15, :00 pm Refreshments-75 parents x $6.67 per person=$ Total cost not to exceed $ Acct. # Parent Involvement Funds C. Sumner Elementary School (Kirwin) 1. Date Change-Parent Luncheon Ratification It is recommended that permission be granted for Sumner Elementary School to change the date of the closing luncheon for perfect attendance for parents to June 24, Original approval was listed on the October 2009 Superintendent s Report. October 2009, Superintendent s Report, page 31, Item B1 It is recommended that the following meetings be held for parents at Sumner School, 2:00 pm-3:00 pm, on the dates listed: October 27, 2009 November 24, 2009 December 15, 2009 January 27, 2010 February 23, 2010 March 3, 2010 April 27, 2010 May 5, 2010 June 5, 2010 NJ Family Care Registration/School Attendance Law OEO Weatherization Program Information Holiday Art Projects Breast Cancer Awareness HIV Protection Celebrating Super Readers/100 Book Challenge How to Save for your Child s Education How to Prepare for NJASK End of Year Parent Celebration Luncheon Official Report 12

13 VII. School Based Youth Services (Wright) A. Summer Enrichment Program Revision It is recommended that the following changes be approved for the SBYS Summer Enrichment Program: Two Bus Drivers will be hired for 7 hrs per $11.83 an hour (Mr. Ismael Franqui & Ms. Polly Barr) Acct. # Salaries $16, Acct. # Rental - $ April 2010 Superintendent s Report, page 11, Item E It is recommended that permission be granted to School Based Youth Service Program to operate a four (4) week Summer Enrichment Program at the following schools: East Camden Middle Morgan Village Middle Cream Family School Cooper s Poynt Family Veterans Memorial Middle Bonsall Family Hatch Middle Pyne Poynt Middle Approximately 30 to 45 students will attend per site totaling 185. Summer Program will include, Physical Education, Math/English, and Creative Arts. Staff will follow Too Good for Drugs, Too Good for Violence Core Curriculum. Dates: July 6 -July 30, 2010 Days: Monday-Thursday Time: 8:00 am-2:30 pm. Monitoring and evaluation of the program will be completed by Sharon Shields. Each site will have a trip per week aligned to Core Curriculum standards. Five sites will hire a School Security Officer for 6 hrs. per day for 3 a rate of $18.98 an hour. School Based Bus Driver Angel Rodriguez will be hired for 7 hrs per $11.83 an hour. Activities will also include an end of the year celebration (Fun Day), July 29, 2010, 10:00-3:00 pm, Woodrow Wilson High School. A total of 300 participants will attend, including students, family members and staff members. Acct. # Salaries $15, Acct. # Transportation $ 7, Acct. # Rental - $ Acct. # Food, Admission fees, Incentives (t-shirts & Sports Medals) $10, Total cost not to exceed $33, B. Summer Enrichment Program It is recommended that permission be granted for School Based Youth Services to employ a nurse at Cooper s Poynt Summer Program, 4 days a week, for 4 weeks, July 6 - July 29, 2010, 5 hours a day at a rate of $29.00 a hour. (Nurse is required at this site for distribution of medication for a special needs student.) Total cost not to exceed $2320. Acct. # SBYS Grant Funds Official Report 13

14 C. Cooperative Games-Changes Ratification It is recommended that permission be granted for the following changes to be made to the previously approved Developmental Appropriate Cooperative Games Presentations board recommendation: Presentations will be on the following dates, June 4, 11, 17, 18, & 25, 2010, 8:30 am-12:30 pm. The presenter for this series is Mr. Dennis Grooms of Caring for Children, Inc. December 2010 Superintendent s Report, page 22, Item E It is recommended that permission be granted to School Based Youth Services to facilitate a series of Developmental Appropriate Cooperative Games presentations at the following locations: Cream Family School Bonsall Family School Cooper's Poynt Family School Wiggins Elementary School Presentations will be made on Thursdays, May 21, 28 and June 4, 11, 18, 2010 from 8:30 to 12:30 p.m. The presenter for this series is Mr. Dennis Grooms of the Southern Regional Child Care Resource Center. Mr. Grooms will devote 4 hours per school at the rate of $150 per hour. Total cost not to exceed $3, Total cost not to exceed $3,000. Acct. # SBYS Grant Official Report 14

15 VIII. NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS (Pass Through Funds) (Ratification) Camden City Public School District is responsible for all record keeping and reporting of funds and activities. A. St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral School 1. Planning Meetings It is recommended St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral School be permitted to conduct Planning Meetings to develop the school s application for , as listed: July 6, 7, 13, 14, :00-7:00 pm 1 Administrator $32 per hour x 4 days x 4 hours = $512 1 Certified Teacher $29 per hour x 4 days x 4 hours =$464 2 staff $15 per hour x 4 days x 4 hours =$480 Total cost not to exceed $1,456. Acct. # Title I NCLB Funds B. Martin Luther Christian School 1. Planning Meetings It is recommended Martin Luther Christian School be permitted to conduct NCLB Title I Planning Meetings to develop the school s application for , as listed: June 30, July 7 3:00-6:00 pm 2 Administrator2 $32 per hour x 2 days x 3 hours = $384 2 Certified Teachers $29 per hour x 2 days x 3 hours =$232 Total cost not to exceed $616. Acct. # Title I NCLB Funds C. St. Anthony of Padua School 1. Planning Meetings It is recommended St. Anthony of Padua School be permitted to conduct NCLB Title I Planning Meetings to develop the school s application for , as listed: July 28, 29, 30, 31, :00-7:00 pm 1 Administrator $32 per hour x 4 days x 4 hours = $512 2 Certified Teachers $29 per hour x 4 days x 4 hours =$928 2 staff $15 per hour x 4 days x 4 hours =$480 Total cost not to exceed $1,920. Acct. # Title I NCLB Funds Official Report 15

16 IX. Summer Employment (Ratifications) A. South Camden Alternative School (Mills) 1. Closing Assistance It is recommended that permission be granted for Ms. Jacqueline Crisdon, Literacy Coach, South Camden Alternative School, to assist in closing out the school year (completing school reports, student files to new schools, security of text books and materials, etc.), July 5-July 16, 2010, 8:30 am-12:30 pm. $29 per hour x 4 hours per day x 10 days=$1,020 Total cost not to exceed $1,020. Acct. # School Based Funds B. Powell Elementary School (Kirwin) 1. Packing Team It is recommended that permission be granted for Powell Elementary School Staff to work July 19-23, 2010, 4 hours per day, to prepare for the transition to Molina. Elementary School Certified Staff $29.00 per hour Mark Broadbelt Joshua Bickford Kiana Montgomery Nakia Scott Christopher Tapper Support Staff $15.09 per hour Patricia Harper Kameelah Waheed 20 hours x$ x 5 =$ hours x $15.09 x 2 = $ Total cost not to exceed $3, Acct. # Local Funds Official Report 16

17 C. Curriculum & Instruction Dept. 1. Bilingual Dept. (Kirwin) a. WIDA English Proficiency Test It is recommended that the following individuals be hired for the WIDA English Proficiency ACCESS Placement Test (W-APT) Model Test previously approved on June 15, 2010, Superintendent s Report Teachers Ms. Melissa Montes-Pagán Ms. Marla Kleinknecht Ms. Frances Nuñez It is also recommended that the testing dates be changed from July 6 August 6, 2010 to July 21 August 23, June 15, 2010, Superintendent s Report, page 12, Item A1 It is recommended that permission be granted for the Bilingual Department to utilize 3 ESL teachers to administer the WIDA English Proficiency ACCESS Placement TEST (W-APT) Model Test to all kindergarten and newly registered students during the summer, on an as needed basis, July 6-August 13, x 100 hours = $8,700 Total cost not to exceed $8,700. Acct. # NCLB Title III Funds b. Bilingual Tutorial Summer Program It is recommended that the following changes be made to the Bilingual Summer Tutorial Program, previously approved on June 26, 2010 board minutes; Page 26 due to the reasons listed below: Lina Robertshaw Delete, declined position Frank Robles Replacement, position moved to Sumner School due to increased student enrollment. Alido Rivera Delete, declined position Carmen Martinez Transfer to Cramer School due to increased student enrollment Official Report 17

18 Bilingual Tutorial Summer Program, cont. June 2010 Superintendent s Report, page 26, Item 3 It is recommended that the following individuals be approved to work for the Bilingual Summer Tutorial Program as previously approved on February 23, 2010; page 28: Section: 1 Board Minutes. (Original Board approval dates needed revision from July 1 st -August 6 to July 6 August 9) due to change on District s calendar.) The following staff will be funded through NCLB Title III Acct. # Head Teachers July 6 August 9 Teachers July 6 August 9 Cramer Cramer Marianela Abreu-DeJesus Rebecca Pierson Ana M. Vera Ana Jones Sumner Alido Rivera Gina Post Thu Nguyen Wiggins Yasmin Evangelista Sumner Nancy Cosme Carmen Martínez Marta Rivera Lina Robertshaw Wiggins Elizabet Cepero Melissa Romero Rafael Méndez Paraprofessionals July 6 to August 6 Cramer Marie Malavé Ana Rivera-Castro Sumner Nathaniel Rivera Carmen Rivera Nurses- July 6 to August 6 Acct. # Local Funds Cramer-Celia Avant Sumner/Wiggins-Marianne Paoli School Security Officers July 6 August 9 Acct. # Local Funds Cramer-Kiana Roman Sumner-Cornell Brown Wiggins-Norma Cordero c. Parent Orientation It is recommended that permission be granted for the Bilingual Dept. to host a reception for the parents and students to discuss the consolidation of the Bilingual Program at Pyne Poynt Middle School, Wednesday, August 18, 2010, 4:00 to 6:00 pm, Refreshments will be provided. Refreshments-$10.00 per person 100 parents students = 200 X $10/person = $2,000 Total cost not to exceed $2,000. Acct. # NCLB Title III Funds School Security Officer-3:30pm 7:00 pm Mr. Edgar Irrizary $18.98/per hr x 3.5 hrs = $66.43 Total cost not to exceed $ Acct. # Local Funds Total cost not to exceed $2, Official Report 18

19 D. Guidance and Testing (Ratification) 1. Alternative High School Assessment (AHSA) Formerly Student Review Assessment (SRA) It is recommended that permission be granted for the Office of Guidance and Testing to conclude mandated New Jersey Department of Education Alternative High School Assessment (AHSA) testing activities, previously known as Student Review Assessment (SRA) for school year. Staff who will work this project, will be compensated as follows: Director: $42.00 p/h not to exceed 10 hours: $420 Supervisor: $36.00 p/h not to exceed 10 hours: $360 Guidance Counselors: $32.00 p/h not to exceed 20 hours $640 (Test Coordinator) Teachers $29.00 p/h not to exceed 25 hours $725 Ed. Program Specialist $29.00 p/h not to exceed 10 hours $290 Clerks $16.60 p/h not to exceed 12 hours $ Brimm Medical Arts High School Account Number School Funds Dr. Phyllis Perez Guidance Counselor $640 Ms. Avis Marcus Language Arts Literacy $725 Ms. Joanne Mayes language Arts Literacy $725 Ms. Michelle Cloth Mathematics $725 Ms. Rosa Chowning Clerk $ Total $3, Camden High School Account Number School Funds Ms. Martha Woods Guidance Counselor $640 Ms. Ms. Linda Mackey Language Arts Literacy $725 Ms. Karen Slade Language Arts Literacy $725 Ms. Irene Kibalo Language Arts Literacy $725 Ms. Paula Lucas Mathematics $725 Ms. Joyce Mulligan Mathematics $725 Ms. Mary Gilbert Clerk $ Total $4, Creative Arts High School Account Number School Funds Ms. Leslie Giles Guidance Counselor $640 Ms. Toni McBride Language Arts Literacy $725 Ms. Mark Boogaard Mathematics $725 Ms. Beverly Williams Clerk $ Total Not to Exceed: $2, Official Report 19

20 Alternative High School Assessment (AHSA), cont. MetEast High School Account Number School Funds Ms. Yolanda Jackson Guidance Counselor $640 Ms. Christine Vaughn Mathematics $725 Ms. Abigail Ramos Clerk $ Total $1, Woodrow Wilson High School Account Number School Funds Ms. Lynn Sternberg Guidance Counselor $640 Mr. Alan Malcolm Mathematics $725 Ms. Patricia Brooks Mathematics $725 Ms. Wilma Craft Language Arts Literacy $725 Ms. Cheryl Rocha Bilingual Language Arts Literacy $725 Ms. Lina Robertshaw Bilingual Language Arts Literacy $725 Mr. Alido Rivira Bilingual Mathematics $725 Ms. Tomica Hawkins Clerk $ Total $5, Office of Guidance and Testing Account Number Local Funds Ms. Deborah Moore Director $420 Ms. Jacquelyn Jefferson Supervisor $360 Ms. Robinette Forest Acting Ed. Program Specialist $290 Ms. Frances Webster Clerk $ Total $1, Total cost Not To Exceed: $17, Official Report 20

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