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1 I II III IV V VI VII BOARD OF EDUCATION WORKSHOP MEETING (ACTION MAY BE TAKEN) MONDAY, JUNE 9, :00pm WEST DEPTFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL Meeting Called to Order. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Moment of Silence. President s Announcement of Meeting Notice: A Notice of this meeting has been provided by letter dated 29 January 2014 to the South Jersey Times, Courier Post and West Deptford Municipal Clerk. Public notice was also posted in the West Deptford Municipal Building on 29 January President s Remarks. To approve the minutes of the May 27, 2014, Regular Meeting. Courtesy Extended to Visitors. (15-minute limit; agenda items only) The public is reminded that they should attempt to resolve problems and/or complaints through initial contact with the appropriate administrators, director or staff member. Such matters should only be brought to the Board after all avenues within the chain of command have been exhausted. VIII IX Solicitor s Report. Superintendent s Report ESIP Presentation Brian McGair, Schneider Electric Health Insurance Broker Presentations o AJM Insurance o Conner, Strong and Buckelew Presentation of Middle School STEM program plan Dr. Kristin O Neil, Mrs. Christine Trampé Sport Safe Random Drug Testing Annual Report Enrollment Update X GENERAL BUSINESS (A) FINANCE KLINE, Eckley, Guzzetti (Alternate: DeGirolamo) 1. To recommend the regular bill list of June 30, 2014 totaling $ with funds available as documented in the Board Office, pending final review by the Finance Committee Chairperson. June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 1 of 26

2 (A) FINANCE cont. 2. To recommend the cafeteria bill list of June 30, 2014 totaling $ with funds available as documented in the Board Office, pending final review by the Finance Committee Chairperson. 3. To recommend the payroll of May 2014 totaling $ with funds available as documented in the Board Office. 4. To recommend that pursuant to NJAC 6A:23-A-16:10(c)4, the West Deptford Board of Education certifies that as of May 2014 and after review of the Secretary s Monthly Financial Report appropriations section as presented and upon consultation with the appropriate district officials, to the best of the Board s knowledge, no major account or fund has been overexpended in violation of NJAC 6A:23A-16.10(a)1 and that sufficient funds are available to meet the district s financial obligations for the remainder of the fiscal year. 5. To recommend that pursuant to NJAC 6A:23A-16.10(c)3, I certify that as of May 2014, no budgetary line item account has obligations and payments (contractual orders) which in total exceed the amount appropriated by the West Deptford Board of Education pursuant to NJSA 18A: and NJSA 18A:22-8.2, and no budgetary line item account has been overexpended in violation of NJAC 6A:23A-16.10(c)4. And, in accordance with NJAC 6A:23A-16.10(c)2, it is certified that there are no changes in anticipated revenue amounts and sources for the month ending May To recommend the May 2014 transfers. 7. To recommend the end-of-month bill list of May 2014 totaling $ with funds available as documented in the Board Office, pending final review by the Finance Committee Chairperson. 8. To recommend the following Resolution: In accordance with the requirements of the New Jersey Administrative Department of Education, Section 6A:23-4.5(a)(20), the BOARD hereby agrees and consents to the following: IT IS RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS: The Private School, YALE SCHOOL WILLIAMSTOWN CAMPUS, INC. ( YALE ), is not required to charge District students for any paid or reduced meals furnished directly or indirectly by YALE to them. This shall be effective for the school year beginning September 1, 2014 and ending June 20, The BOARD member hereunder is hereby authorized to sign on behalf of the BOARD in accordance with the BOARD S bylaws or organizational rules. Dated: June 30, 2014 June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 2 of 26

3 (A) FINANCE cont. 8., continued Witness: William H. Thompson Asst Supt for Business/Board Secretary Kate Cargill, Board President 9. To recommend applying for the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, Consolidated Formula Subgrant for fiscal year 2015 (project period July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015). Title I, Part A $225,154 Title II-A 98,674 Title III, Part A: English Lang. Acq. 3,323 [consortium] Total Allocation $327, To approve the following expenditures for workshops and travel expenses: EMPLOYEE WORKSHOP DATE TOTAL COST Filinuk, Susan Trimester 3 Report Card Writing 5/30/2014 $95.00 Lattanzio, Casey CorePal Workshop 5/30/2014 $95.00 MacMillan, Jennifer GCPMSCA Meeting 5/30/2014 NO COST Richardson, Renee Art Trip 5/30/2014 $95.00 Weber, Nancy Rowan U. Core Pal STEM workshop 5/30/2014 $95.00 Fontaine, Geralyn I&RS Meeting 6/3/2014 $47.50 Harvey, Corey GF Visitation 6/3/2014 $95.00 Holloway, Julia I&RS Meeting 6/3/2014 $47.50 Pustie, Michael J. Pravin Kumar & Nat Finney at Columbia Secondary School in Manhattan 6/3/2014 NO COST SCHWERING, KELLY Shadow Self Contained Classroom 6/3/2014 $47.50 Vilary, Patrick I&RS Meeting 6/3/2014 $47.50 Argo, Jaclyn LAL curriculum writing 6/4/2014 $47.50 Kappre, Stephen Curriculum writing 6/4/2014 $95.00 Karpinski, Marianne 8th grade trip to Great Adventure 6/4/2014 $95.00 Mc Andrew, Terry Curriculum Writing: AP US History 6/4/2014 $95.00 Melcher, KRISTIN 6LA Curriculum Writing 6/4/2014 $47.50 Kitchenman, Kevin Strauss Esmay: Educational Policy & School Law Seminar 6/13/2014 NO COST Durham-Dick, Toni Gloucester Cty Elem Counselor Meeting 6/13/2014 NO COST TRAMPE, CHRISTINE Strauss Esmay: Educational Policy & School Law Seminar 6/13/2014 NO COST CIACCIARELLI, LISA Curriculum writing 6/16/2014 $95.00 Cottone, Richard Social Studies Curriculum Writing 6/16/2014 $95.00 Headley, Rebecca Science workshop at the DOE in Trenton 6/16/2014 $95.00 Hopkins, Nicole curriculum writing Social Studies -- 6/16/2014 $95.00 June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 3 of 26

4 MacLuskie, Lynne Science workshop at the DOE in Trenton 6/16/2014 $ Dixon, Nicole Preschool visit for ESY 6/17/2014 $47.50 Verdinelli, Karen PSD visitation for ESY 6/17/2014 $47.50 Thurston, Melissa 8th grade Social at the WD Park 6/18/2014 $95.00 Fairchild, Cheryl Inclusion Conference 6/25/2014 $ O'Neil, Kristin SE Conference 6/25/2014 $ TRAMPE, CHRISTINE SE Conference 6/25/2014 $ Fairchild, Cheryl Inclusion Conference 6/26/2014 $ O'Neil, Kristin Special Education Conference 6/26/2014 $ TRAMPE, CHRISTINE SE Conference 6/26/2014 $ June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 4 of 26

5 (B) CURRICULUM ECKLEY, Lee, DeGirolamo (Alternate: Carroll) 1. To recommend submitting West Deptford Twp. School District s English Language Services Three-Year Plan as presented to the NJ Department of Education, Division of Student and Field Services, Bureau of Bilingual/ESL Education. Back up is available. 2. To recommend Developmental Resources of Chapin, SC, to present Wired Differently, Workshop for Elementary Staff, PK-4, August 27, 2014, from 8:30am 3:30pm, total cost $4,950, funded by District Staff Development monies. 3. To recommend Reading Assist of Wilmington, DE, to present Blueprint for Intervention: Phonological Awareness, July 25, 2014, from 8:30am 3:30pm, for Elementary Staff, PK-2, total cost $1,250, funded by District Staff Development monies. 4. To recommend Lynda Fote, Learning Plus LLC, to present Differentiated Instruction Workshop for new staff, July 15, 16, 17, 2014, 5 hours per day, 8am-1pm, 3 days, $1,500/per day; total cost, $4,500, funded by District Staff Development monies. 5. To recommend the following teachers to participate in the Middle School Summer School program June 30, 2014 through July 24, 2014; 4 teachers, 4 days per week, 4.5 hours per day at the board approved rate of $44 per hour (June 30, 2014), $46 per hour (July 1-24, 2014): Staff Member Lauren Schmidt Wendy Rooney Melissa Thurston Monica Quinlan-Dulude Jill Ward Kristen Ramagli Subject Math Language Arts Science Social Studies Substitute Substitute 6. To recommend Middle School Summer Curriculum writing as indicated below: Cardillo LAL-5 th grade 18 $40 $720 Mason LAL-5 th grade 18 $40 $720 McCue LAL-5 th grade 18 $40 $720 Burkett Math-5 th grade-general 12 $40 $480 Romeo Math-5 th grade-general 12 $40 $480 Stephens Math-5 th grade-general 12 $40 $480 Huepfel Math-5 th grade advanced 12 $40 $480 Baldwin Math-5 th grade advanced 12 $40 $480 Sandy Math-6 th grade advanced 16 $40 $640 Schmidt Math-6 th grade advanced 16 $40 $640 June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 5 of 26

6 (B) CURRICULUM continued 6., continued Breece Math-7 th grade advanced 16 $40 $640 Purul Math-7 th grade advanced 16 $40 $640 Stanwood Math-8 th grade general 24 $40 $960 Sandy Math-8 th grade general 24 $40 $960 MacLuskie Science-6 th grade 6 $40 $240 Headley Science-6 th grade 6 $40 $240 Cross, B Science-8 th grade 4 $40 $160 Jones Science-8 th grade 4 $40 $160 Sperduto Social Studies-5 th grade 12 $40 $480 Stonis Social Studies-5 th grade 12 $40 $480 Ciacciarelli SS Differentiation-6 th - 8 th 6 $40 $240 Ward SS Differentiation-6 th 8 th 6 $40 $240 Gasparovic SS Differentiation-6 th 8 th 6 $40 $240 Scheetz SS Differentiation-6 th 8 th 6 $40 $240 Costantini SS Differentiation-6 th 8 th 6 $40 $240 Seher ACES 12 $40 $480 Melcher ACES 24 $40 $960 Argo ACES 12 $40 $480 Karpinski Fine Arts 16 $40 $640 Warren Fine Arts 16 $40 $640 Kappre Fine Arts 16 $40 $640 Totals 396 $15, To approve the entire 5 th grade to walk to Heritages Dairy Store on Jessup Road, during the week of June 13-June 20, 2014; at no cost to the Board of Education. This is an annual event of our 5 th grade students 8. To approve a School Nurse practicum placement for Ms. Dawn Mehaffey, enrolled in the School Nursing Program at Rowan University, with Mrs. Maria Budd, R.N., Green Fields School Nurse, for a 50-hour supervised experience beginning September 4, 2014 through November 28, June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 6 of 26

7 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL GOTCHEL, Guzzetti, Kline (Alternate: Catando) The following motions have been recommended by the Superintendent of Schools. 1. To recommend the following staff as Elementary Summer Literacy Program teachers for Grades K- 3, for the period June 30 August 7, 2014, (Monday through Thursday; 24 days); 2 hrs. per day instruction, ½ hr. prep) to be funded by district monies; total cost, $29,524 (budgeted amount). Prep: 11 teachers x 1/2 hour x 24 days x $40/per hour = $ 5,280 Instruction: 11 teachers x 2 hours x 1 day x $44/per hour (6/30/14) = $ 968 Instruction: 11 teachers x 2 hours x 23 days x $46/per hour = $23,276 Total cost $29,524 (3) Grade K: Joanna Minardi, Ashley Schuckert, Kim Hagan (3) Grade 1: Jill Schwantes, Adrienne Boucher, Sue Combs (3) Grade 2: Mary Heckler, Jessica Winter, Nicole Brizill (2) Grade 3: Stacey Lyons, Elise Wajid Substitutes: Jennifer Hitchner, Jamie Everwine, Stacey Pappalardo, Karen Zlatkin, Nicole Barney, Brielle Bullock, Jan Beane 2. To recommend Cynthia Matson as a Red Bank LPC Aide, and to establish compensation for services at 28 hours per week; student calendar, for the school year; without benefits; compensation to be determined. 1. The 28 LPC Aide hours utilized to fill this position already exist in the current budget. 2. Mrs. Matson is currently employed as a district substitute aide. 3. Back-up is available. 3. To recommend an amendment to the April14, 2014 motion to increase the weekly hours of the following Red Bank LPC Aides for the school year: Michele Engles, from 10 to 21 Debbie Hunter from 10 to 19 Rosemary Gordon from 10 to 17 The hours utilized for these increases already exist in the current budget 4. To recommend the following staff to attend summer workshops: DISTRICT Professional Development: Differentiated Instruction for New Staff, July 15, 16, and 17, 2014, 5 hours per day, 8am-1pm, 3 days, total cost, $6,000, funded by District Staff Development monies. June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 7 of 26

8 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL continued 4., continued 10 staff x 5 hours x 3 days x $40/per hour = $6,000 (6 New staff to be determined) Teachers K 12 Tara Bosco Grace Bauer Kim Meginniss Joanna Drinks Professional Development: New Teacher Academy, August 26 (UbD), August 27 (District Protocol) and August 28, 2014 (Superintendent s Program), 6 hours per day, for 3 days, total cost, $7,200, funded by District Staff Development monies. 10 staff x 6 hours x 3 days x $40/per hour = $7,200 Staff to be determined ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WORKSHOPS Professional Development: 95% Phonics Blue Print Training on a date to be determined in July, from 8:30am to 3:30pm, total cost, $9,120, funded by District Staff Development monies. 53 teachers x 6 hours x $40/per hour = $12,720 Teachers K-2 Beth Andaloro Cathy Cianfarini Patti Ardito Jessica Back Janice Cirone Kim Long Nicole Barney Sue Combs B.J. Caldwell Kimberly Labbree Sue Filinuk Joann Kiessling Kimberly Meginniss Mary Mack Noreen Mikulski Brielle Bullock Kristy McGlinn Stacey Pappalardo Ashley Schuckert Cheryl Micciche Wendi Cathcart Elise Wajid Jill Schwantes Monica Wentz Nicole Brizill Dawn Corino April Maska Karen Zlatkin Janice Williams Tori Magsam Mary Heckler Lauren Walsh Jackie Kensil Adrienne Boucher Karen Berry Grace Bauer Dawn Susco Lisa Schultes Nicole Brennan Joanna Minardi Kristine Costino Maureen Lex Janet Habina Adrienne Boucher Jamie Everwine Nicole Dixon Kim Monsu Melissa Flores Karen Verdinelli Jennifer Penney Joanna Duzinski Kristin Udicious New Kindergarten Teacher June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 8 of 26

9 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL continued 4., continued Professional Development: Wired Differently on August 27, 2014 from 8:30am-3:30pm, 6 hours, total cost, $18,240, funded by District Staff Development monies. 87 teachers x 6 hours x $40/per hour = $20,880 Teachers K-4 Kindergarten Grade 1 Grade 2 Beth Andaloro Cathy Cianfarini Patti Ardito Jessica Back Janice Cirone Kim Long Nicole Barney Sue Combs B.J. Caldwell Kimberly Labbree Sue Filinuk Joann Kiessling Nicole Brennan Maureen Lex Janet Habina Kimberly Meginniss Mary Mack Noreen Mikulski Brielle Bullock Kristy McGlinn Stacey Pappalardo Ashley Schuckert Cheryl Micciche Wendi Cathcart Elise Wajid Jill Schwantes Monica Wentz Nicole Brizill Dawn Corino April Maska Karen Zlatkin Janice Williams Tori Magsam Mary Heckler Lauren Walsh Jackie Kensil Adrienne Boucher Karen Berry Lisa Schultes Dawn Susco Kristine Costino Mary Heckler Joanna Minardi Adrienne Boucher Nicole Brizill Karen Zlatkin New Kindergarten Teacher Grade 3 Grade 4 Kim Dupper Jennifer Buyser Michele Elliott Margaret Campana Gaetan Pappalardo Lauren Riggs Meredith Sawyer John McKeown Jodi Purvenas Jamie Everwine Melanie Szeg Suzanne Dahl Jennifer Penney Joanne Keating Linda Clark Stacey Lyons Marianne Gallagher Lisa Exley Jennifer Hawkins Nicole Dixon Melissa Flores Kristin Udicious Karen Verdinelli Heather Sherman Elise Wajid Lauren Uzdavinis Dawn Susco Kim Monsu Joanna Dzinski June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 9 of 26

10 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL continued 4., continued Special Area Teachers Art Music Phys Ed Kate Mathiesen Courtney Knudsen Nicole English Gina Hicks Carla DeStefano Corey Harvey Guidance ESL Gifted/Talented Spanish Kelly Hansbury Michelle Schultes Tara Bosco Jody Mauer Toni Durham Professional Development: RTI Workshop on August 4, 2014, 6 hours, total cost, $7,440, funded by District Staff Development monies. 31 teachers x 6 hours x $40/hr. = $7,440 Cathy Cianfarini Patti Ardito Adrienne Boucher Janice Cirone Kim Long Mary Heckler Sue Combs B.J. Caldwell Karen Zlatkin Sue Filinuk Joann Kiessling Nicole Brizill Mary Mack Noreen Mikulski Elise Wajid Kristy McGlinn Stacey Pappalardo Dawn Susco Cheryl Micciche Wendi Cathcart Jill Schwantes Monica Wentz Dawn Corino April Maska Janice Williams Tori Magsam Lauren Walsh Jackie Kensil Karen Berry Kristine Costino Lisa Schultes Professional Development: Earobics for Summer School Teachers on a June 19, 2014, from 4:00pm-5:00pm, total cost $280, funded by Staff Development monies. Trainer: Adrienne Boucher 1 hour presentation X 1 hour preparation X = $80 5 teachers X 1 hour X $40 = $200 Nicole Brizill Joanna Minardi Ashley Schuckert, Elise Wajid Stacey Lyons June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 10 of 26

11 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL continued 4., continued Curriculum Writing: Report Card Revisions Committee, - Grades K-4, on dates to be determined, 10 hours, total cost, $5,200, funded by District Curriculum Writing monies. 12 teachers x 10 hours x $40/hr. = $4,800 Kindergarten Grades 1/Grade 2 Grades 3 Grade 4 Kim Hagan Patti Ardito Jennifer Hawkins Kim Monsu Brielle Bullock Susan Filinuk Jodi Purvenas Kristin Udicious Ashley Schucket Jo Ann Kiessling Michele Elliott Tori Magsam Curriculum Writing: Gifted and Talented, Grades 2-4 on dates to be determined, 10 hours per grade level, total cost $800, funded by District Curriculum Writing monies. 1 teacher x 20 hours x $40/per hour = $800 Tara Bosco Curriculum Writing: Elementary Guidance, on dates to be determined, 20 hours each, total cost, $1,600, funded by District Curriculum Writing monies. 2 guidance counselors x 20 hours x $40/per hour = $1,600 Kelly Hansbury Toni Durham Curriculum Writing: Elementary Phys Ed, on dates to be determined, 50 hours total, total cost, $2,000, funded by District Curriculum Writing monies. Elementary H/PE teachers x 50 hours x $40/per hour = $2,000 Grades K, 1, 2 Grades K, 3, 4 Nicole English (20 hrs) Nicole English (10 hrs.) Corey Harvey (20 hrs.) Curriculum Writing: Elementary Math, on dates to be determined, 10 hours each, total cost, $5,600, funded by District Curriculum Writing monies. 15 teachers x 10 hours x $40/per hour = $6,000 Grade 1 Kindergarten /Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grace Bauer Joanne Kiessling Meredith Sawyer Suzanne Dahl Nicole Barney Cheryl Micciche Michele Elliott Stacey Lyons Joanna Minardi Adrienne Boucher Jodi Purvenas June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 11 of 26

12 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL continued 4., continued Advanced Math-Gr. 3 Advanced Math-Gr. 4 Meredith Sawyer Suzanne Dahl Michele Elliott Marggy Campana Curriculum Writing: Elementary Science, on dates to be determined, 5 hours each, total cost, $400, funded by District Curriculum Writing monies. 2 teachers x 5 hours each x $40/per hour = $400 Grade 4 Lauren Riggs Heather Sherman Curriculum Writing: Elementary Language Arts Literacy, on dates to be determined, total cost, $6,000, funded by District Curriculum Writing monies. 13 teachers x 15 hours each x $40/per hour = $7,800 Kindergarten Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Kim Labbree Tori Magsam Tori Magsam Dawn Susco Lauren Riggs Brielle Bullock Nicole Brizill Nicole Brizill Elise Wajid Heather Sherman Beth Andaloro Jen Penney Jen Buyser Curriculum Writing: Elementary Social Studies, on dates to be determined, total cost, $8,000, funded by District Curriculum Writing monies. 13 teachers x 20 hours each x $40/per hour = $10,400 Kindergarten Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Beth Andaloro Tori Magsam Tori Magsam Dawn Susco Lauren Riggs Nicole Barney Nicole Brizill Nicole Brizill Elise Wajid Heather Sherman Brielle Bullock Jen Penney Jen Buyser HIGH SCHOOL WORKSHOPS Curriculum Writing: Revising the Math 9 Course of Study, on dates to be determined, total of 12 hours, funded by District Staff Development monies. 3 teachers x 12 hours x $40/hr = $1,440 Christina Berth Julia Holloway Jennifer Stuart June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 12 of 26

13 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL continued 4., continued Curriculum Writing: Revising the RC English 9 Courses of Study, on dates to be determined, total of 18 hours, funded by District Staff Development monies. 3 teachers x 12 hours x $40/hr = $1,440 Julia Holloway Jill Mansor Margaret Page Curriculum Writing: Revising the RC English 10 Courses of Study, on dates to be determined, total of 18 hours, funded by District Staff Development monies. 3 teachers x 12 hours x $40/hr = $1,440 Julia Holloway Jill Mansor Margaret Page Curriculum Writing: Revising the Reading 10 Course of Study, on dates to be determined, total of 12 hours, funded by District Staff Development monies. 2 teachers x 12 hours x $40/hr = $960 Julia Holloway Margaret Page Curriculum Writing: Revising the Reading 11/12 Course of Study, on dates to be determined, total of 12 hours, funded by District Staff Development monies. 2 teachers x 12 hours x $40/hr = $960 Julia Holloway Margaret Page Curriculum Writing: Revising the RC US History I Course of Study, on dates to be determined, total of 12 hours, funded by District Staff Development monies. 2 teachers x 12 hours x $40/hr = $960 Denise Everitt Heather O Sullivan Curriculum Writing: Aligning the Mathematics Courses of Study to the Model Curriculum Standards, on dates to be determined, total of 6 hours, funded by District Staff Development monies. 2 teacher x 12 hours x $40/hr = $960 Jaclyn Falcone Michael Seeley June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 13 of 26

14 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL continued 4., continued Curriculum Writing: Revising the AP Biology Course of Study, on dates to be determined, total of 6 hours, funded by District Staff Development monies. 1 teacher x 12 hours x $40/hr = $480 Lisa Broder Curriculum Writing: Revising the AP Physics B 1 Course of Study, on dates to be determined, total of 6 hours, funded by District Staff Development monies. 1 teacher x 12 hours x $40/hr = $480 Michael Pustie Curriculum Writing: UbD unit revisions, on dates to be determined, total of 10 hours, funded by District Staff Development monies. 8 teachers x 10 hours x $40/hr = $3,200 Steve Czekaslski Joan Ferrari Julia Holloway Jeannine Izzo-Caballero Andrea Kappre Terry McAndrew Lauren Newman Patrick Vilary Test Preparation: Preparing Seniors for Graduation through the HSPA/AHSA Process in Mathematics, on dates to be determined, total of 10 hours, funded by the District Staff Development monies. 1 teacher x 10 hours x $44/hr = $440 Charisse Arra Test Preparation: Preparing Seniors for Graduation through the HSPA/AHSA Process in LAL, on dates to be determined, total of 10 hours, funded by the District Staff Development monies. 1 teacher x 10 hours x $44/hr = $440 Karen Foster 5. To recommend the Young Eagles Program Employee Handbook for the school year. Back-up is available. June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 14 of 26

15 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL continued 6. To recommend Jim Wright to present a full day RTI workshop to Oakview and Red Bank elementary teachers at a cost of $2,400 on Monday, August 4, This is a budgeted expense. 7. To recommend the following Middle School Advisor positions for the school year: POSTION STAFF NAME COST STEP 5 TH GRADE CLASS ADVISOR CATHY STONIS $2, TH GRADE CLASS ADVISOR JILL SCHEETZ $2, TH /8 TH GRADE CLASS ADVISOR MELISSA THURSTON $2, TH /8 TH GRADE CLASS ADVISOR KRISTEN RAMAGLI $2,320 3 YEARBOOK ADVISOR JILL WARD $3,980 3 STUDENT COUNCIL ADVISOR CATHY STONIS $3, To recommend the following Middle School Coordinator positions for the school year: POSTION STAFF NAME AMOUNT STEP I& RS/STUDENT FIRST COORDINATOR JENN MACMILLAN $2,681 3 TECHNOLOGY COORDINATOR KEITH WARREN $4, To approve the following substitute non-instructional aide for the school year and the remainder of the school year, pending completion of all district and state requirements: Marino, Diane M. Ms. Marino is retiring this year; as such, she does not require emergent hiring and will avoid paying the fingerprinting fee by being approved prior to her retirement. 10. To recommend, effective for the School Year, a voluntary transfer for Dianne Almond, from Green-Fields Cafeteria Worker to Middle School Cafeteria Worker, and to establish compensation for services at $9.94 per hour; 15 hours per week; without benefits. 1. The transfer was requested by the staff member. 2. No change in hourly rate. June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 15 of 26

16 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL continued 4., continued 11. To recommend Kimberly Ciaranca as a Green-Fields Cafeteria Worker for the school year, $8.45 per hour; 25 hours a week; without benefits, pending completion of all district and state requirements: Ms. Ciaranca is currently a substitute Cafeteria Worker for the District; as such, she does not require emergent hiring. 12. To approve the following substitute teacher for the school year and the remainder of the school year, pending completion of all district and state requirements: Lammers, Lauren A. 1. Per the new regulations from the Office of Criminal History, emergent hiring is only permitted for three months. At the end of this period, if an approval letter has not yet been received regarding the criminal history check, the Commissioner of Education must be petitioned for an extension of two months 2. The state has rescinded the waiver process to N.J.A.C. 6A;9-6.5(c) for the hiring of substitute teachers; therefore, either the candidates CHRU approval letter or an Emergent Hire form must accompany each substitute application. 13. To approve the following substitute teacher/nurse for the school year and the remainder of the school year, pending completion of all district and state requirements: Hurlburt, Hilary A. 1. Per the new regulations from the Office of Criminal History, emergent hiring is only permitted for three months. At the end of this period, if an approval letter has not yet been received regarding the criminal history check, the Commissioner of Education must be petitioned for an extension of two months 2. The state has rescinded the waiver process to N.J.A.C. 6A;9-6.5(c) for the hiring of substitute teachers; therefore, either the candidates CHRU approval letter or an Emergent Hire form must accompany each substitute application. 14. To recommend, accepting with regret, the notice of resignation from Stacey DiMeo, West Deptford Speech Language Specialist; effective, June 30, Back-up is available. June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 16 of 26

17 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL continued 15. To amend the motion of May 27, 2014 (Item C.20) for the below-listed Special Education staff for the summer programs as noted. AIDE/ PRESENT POSITION PROGRAM SCHOOL TIME PERIOD COMPENSATION Lisa Proffitt District Substitute Teacher & Aide MD ESY Summer Program 1:1 Aide Student ID#1751 Oakview 07/02/14 prep day 07/07/14-08/07/14 18 hours per week $14.62 per hour Lisa Tender MS Aide Bettina Tropiano District Substitute Teacher & Aide Janna Van Dorick MS Special Education Aide PSD ESY Summer Program Classroom Aide PSD* and MD*** ESY** Summer Programs PSD* and MD*** ESY** Summer Programs Oakview Oakview 07/02/14 prep day 07/07/14-8/07/14 12 hours per week Substitute Aide Substitute Teacher 1. July 2, 2014 will be a training/preparation day. 2. Programs run four days per week; Monday to Thursday. 3. This is a budgeted expense. $15.42 per hour $14.62 per hour $46.00 per hour Oakview Substitute Aide $14.47 per hour 16. To approve, accepting with regret, the notice of resignation of Patricia Gaffney, Oakview Special Education Instructional Aide, effective June 30, Back-up is available. 17. To recommend Jackie Gallagher as a substitute secretary and a substitute instructional aide for the school year, pending completion of all district and state requirements: Mrs. Gallagher is currently a Computer Aide in the district and as such does not require emergent hiring. 18 To recommend the petition of Mrs. Nicole Bonzella, High School Guidance Counselor, for a maternity leave of absence commencing September 22, 2014 and terminating October 31, 2014, during which time 30 days of her sick leave will be utilized. 19. To recommend the request of Mrs. Nicole Bonzella for a 12-week leave of absence under the provisions of the Family Leave Act immediately following her maternity leave of absence commencing November 3, 2014 and terminating, approximately December Back-up is available. June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 17 of 26

18 (C) TEACHERS & PERSONNEL continued 20. To approve, accepting with regret, the notice of resignation of Courtney Knudsen, Green- Fields Music Teacher, effective June 30, Back-up is available. June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 18 of 26

19 (D) NEGOTIATIONS, PUPIL PLACEMENT, PROGRESS & WELFARE CARROLL, DeGirolamo, Gotchel (Alternate: Kline) 1. To affirm that the West Deptford Board of Education is in receipt of the District Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying monthly report as presented by the Superintendent, and is in agreement with all actions taken in regard to the incidents reported at the meeting of the Board of Education. 2. To recommend contracting with Bayada Home Health Care, Inc., for the following Nursing Services for Student ID #10718, classified Eligible for Special Education and Related Services PSD, Student ID #1703, classified Eligible of Special Education and Related Services MD, and Student ID #1752 classified Eligible for Special Education and Related Services MD, effective July 1, 2014 June 30, 2015 between $45 - $55 per day; 9 hours per day; 210 days; for a maximum total of $103,950. This is a budgeted expense. 3. To recommend, retroactive to May 20, 2014; 10 hours of home instruction weekly for Student ID#24285; classified Eligible for Special Education and Related Services CI; services to be provided by West Deptford Staff; reimbursement for services rendered to be at a rate of $44 per hour. This is a budgeted expense. 4. To recommend, retroactive to June 2, 2014; home instruction for Student ID#10375; classified Eligible for Special Education and Related Services OHI; services to be provided by Brookfield Schools; $90 per week per course; 4 courses, for a total of $360 per week. This is a budgeted expense. 5. To recommend 10 hours of Homebound Instruction for Student ID #18008, beginning May 27 extending until June 23, 2014 at the board approved rate of $44 per hour; Lauren Schmidt to provide 10 hours per week. 6. To recommend contracting with Bayada Home Health Care, Inc., for the following Nursing Services for Student ID #10718, classified Eligible for Special Education and Related Services PSD, Student ID #1703, classified Eligible of Special Education and Related Services MD, and Student ID #1752 classified Eligible for Special Education and Related Services MD, effective July 1, 2014 June 30, 2015 between $ $55.00 per day; 9 hours per day; 210 days; for a maximum total of $103,950. This is a budgeted expense. June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 19 of 26

20 (D) NEGOTIATIONS, PUPIL PLACEMENT, PROGRESS & WELFARE continued 7. To recommend contracting with Gloucester County Special Services School District - CRESS for Physical Therapy Services; effective July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015; at $83 per hour; up to 13 hours per week; 468 hours; for a total of $38,844. This is a budgeted expense. 8. To retroactively approve the request for Oakview General Education Student ID# for 2 hours per week of homebound instruction, effective May 5, 2014 through August 15, 2014; services to be provided by an Elementary Certified Teacher Noreen Mikulski, at the contractual rate of $44.00/$46.00 per hour, not to exceed 2 hours per week. 9. To retroactively approve the request for Oakview Special Education Student ID# for 10 hours per week of homebound instruction, effective May 5, 2014 through August 8, 2014; services to be provided by Elementary Certified Teacher Kim Hagan, at the contractual rate of $44.00/$46.00 per hour, not to exceed 10 hours per week. June 9, 2014;8:40AM-S:\1 Agendas\2 June 9, 2014 Workshop\JUNE WORKSHOP MEETING -FINAL.docxPage 20 of 26

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