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1 MINUTES OF THE PATERSON BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING September 15, :15 p.m. John F. Kennedy High School Presiding: Comm. Theodore Best, President Present: Dr. Donnie Evans, State District Superintendent Sydney Sayovitz, Esq., General Counsel Comm. Wendy Guzman, Vice President *Comm. Jonathan Hodges *Comm. Christopher Irving Comm. Errol Kerr *Comm. Alex Mendez Comm. Pedro Rodriguez Comm. Kenneth Simmons Comm. Willa Mae Taylor The Salute to the Flag was led by Comm. Best. Comm. Best read the Open Public Meetings Act: The New Jersey Open Public Meetings Act was enacted to insure the right of the public to have advance notice of, and to attend the meetings of the Paterson Public School District, as well as other public bodies at which any business affecting the interest of the public is discussed or acted upon. In accordance with the provisions of this law, the Paterson Public School District has caused notice of this meeting: Regular Meeting September 15, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. John F. Kennedy High School Preakness Avenue Paterson, New Jersey to be published by having the date, time and place posted in the office of the City Clerk of the City of Paterson, at the entrance of the Paterson Public School offices, and by sending notice of the meeting to the Arab Voice, El Diario, the Italian Voice, the North Jersey Herald & News, and The Record. Comm. Best: Before we begin our meeting, we re going to ask everyone in the public to please silence your cell phones. The phones do interfere with our sound system. Thank you. PRESENTATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS Sustainable Paterson REPORT OF STATE DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT

2 REPORT OF BOARD PRESIDENT PUBLIC COMMENTS It was moved by Comm. Taylor, seconded by Comm. Mendez that the Public Comments portion of the meeting be opened. On roll call all members voted in the affirmative. The motion carried. There were sixteen (16) speakers from the public. It was moved by Comm. Taylor, seconded by Comm. Irving that the Public Comments portion of the meeting be closed. On roll call all members voted in the affirmative. The motion carried. BOARD COMMENTS GENERAL BUSINESS Items Requiring a Vote PRESENTATION OF MINUTES Comm. Best presented the minutes of the August 3, 2010 Special Meeting, the August 4, 2010 Workshop Meeting, the August 18, 2010 Regular Meeting, and the August 18, 2010 Regular-Transcript Meeting, and asked if there were any questions or comments on the minutes. It was moved by Comm. Taylor, seconded by Comm. Mendez that the minutes be accepted with any necessary corrections. On roll call all members voted in the affirmative. The motion carried. CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION COMMITTEE Comm. Best: The curriculum committee met on August 30 th to discuss action items A-1 through A-39. In my absence, Dr. Hodges presented a recap of the meeting as well as questions at the Board workshop. The district administration has been working diligently to provide answers to Board requests. Comm. Best reported that the Curriculum and Instruction Committee met, reviewed and recommends approval for Resolution Nos. A-1 through A-39: Resolution No. A-1 Intent to Partner with Passaic County Community College: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for funding through its Hispanic Serving Institutions Assisting Communities Programs (HSIAC) Introduction: To assist Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI) expand their role and effectiveness in addressing community development needs in their localities, including neighborhood revitalization, housing, and economic development, principally for persons of low- and moderate-income, consistent with the purposes of Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (42 U.S.C et seq.) as amended; and Page 2 09/15/10

3 WHEREAS, full-service community schools provide comprehensive academic, social, mental, physical, and vocational programs and services to meet individual, family, and community needs. For the FY 2010 competition, these services may include: early childhood education, remedial education and academic enrichment activities, programs that promote parental involvement and family literacy, mentoring and other youth development programs, parent leadership and parenting education activities, community service and service-learning opportunities, programs that provide assistance to students who have been truant, suspended or expelled, job training and career counseling services, and adult education, including instruction of adults in English as a second language; and WHEREAS, Bright Futures, the Strategic Plan for PPS : Priority III. Goal 6: Full Service Community Schools. This initiative is currently being implemented to open PS #5 as the first FSCS in Paterson. Securing this grant would strengthen our mission and assist in the effectiveness of our planning and implementation process; and WHEREAS, the purpose of the Hispanic-Serving Institutions Assisting Communities (HSIAC) program is to assist Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HIS) of Higher Education expand their role and effectiveness in addressing community development needs in their localities, including neighborhood revitalization, housing and economic development, principally for persons of low- and moderate-income consistent with the purpose of the Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (42 U.S.C et seq.) as amended; and WHEREAS, for the purpose of this program Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA), the term locality includes any city, county, township, parish, village, or other general political subdivision of a state, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands where the institution is located. A target area is the area within the locality in which the institution will implement its proposed HSIAC program grant; and WHEREAS, the goals and objectives of the Academic Support Services: Office of Full Service Community Schools on behalf of Paterson Public Schools will partner with Passaic County Community College. This grant opportunity is in full alliance with the Strategic Plan; and WHEREAS, in Fiscal Year (FY) 2010, approximately $6.4 million is available for this program by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2010 (Pub. L approved December 16, 2009), plus $118,178 of carryover funds; and WHEREAS, HUD will award two kinds of grants under this program, previously unfunded HSIAC Grants (Applicants who have never received a HUD HSIAC program grant) and Previously Funded HSIAC Grants. The maximum amount an applicant can request for award is $600,000 for a maximum three-year (36 months) grant performance period; now THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Paterson Public Schools District Board of Education approves the application process and full participation U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for funding through its Hispanic Serving Institutions Assisting Communities Program grant as submitted by Passaic County Community College for FY 2010, and authorize a contribution of in-kind services. Page 3 09/15/10

4 Resolution No. A-2 Collaborative Assessment for Planning and Achievement (CAPA) Review for Edward W. Kilpatrick School The New Jersey Department of Education conducted a CAPA Review of Edward W. Kilpatrick School on May 24-27, Edward W. Kilpatrick School is designated as a school in need of improvement and is currently in year 3. WHEREAS, as part of the statewide system for intensive and sustained support for schools in need of improvement, the CAPA team, consisting of state, district and school personnel, conducted a focused visit to the school, made classroom visitations, analyzed data, and reviewed implementation of CAPA recommendations; and WHEREAS, a draft of the school report of findings and recommendations was discussed with district and school leadership staff. Based on this collaborative effort, an action plan is developed. The report contains commendations, findings and recommendations. Action strategies and professional development recommendations that will be implemented in the upcoming school year will be included in the school s Title I Unified Plan; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School Board acknowledges the receipt of the CAPA review for Edward W. Kilpatrick School. Resolution No. A-3 Supplemental Educational Services (S.E.S.) for School Year Resolution of the State-Operated School District of the City of Paterson, County of Passaic, State of New Jersey, to authorize supplemental educational services for the school year as required under the No Child Left Behind Act. WHEREAS, under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) Act signed into law on January 8, 2002, the U.S. Department of Education mandated supplemental educational services as additional academic assistance for low income students who attend Title I schools that have failed to make adequate yearly progress (AYP) and that have been identified as schools in need of improvement; and WHEREAS, the district has budgeted funds for supplemental educational services for eligible students in schools that have failed to make AYP and that have been identified as schools in need of improvement; and WHEREAS, the district has identified the following 41 supplemental service providers who have completed the contract application process under NCLB to provide the required supplemental educational services: A Tree of Knowledge Educational Services, Inc. D/B/A #1 in Learning; 1 to 1 Tutor, LLC; The Eldridge Overton School of Excellence, LLC D/B/A A.Y.P. Academy; Sarah T Yasin D/B/A A+ Tutoring Services; Against All Odds Foundation, A NJ Nonprofit Corp.; Academic Station, LLC; Damatics Consultants, Inc. D/B/A Achieve Highpoints; Alternatives Unlimited, Inc.; American Tutor, Inc.; ATS Project Success; Bergen County Special Services School District; Carter, Reddy & Associates, Inc.; Catapult Learning, LLC; ClubZ Tutoring; Communities in Schools of New Jersey; Convenient Education Services; Community Technical Assistance, Inc.; Encore Educational Institute, LLC; Essex Tutoring, LLC; Apple Page 4 09/15/10

5 Educational Services, Inc. D/B/A Ivy Learning; Global Institute for Maximizing Potential, Inc.; Global Partnership Schools, Inc.; Greater Paterson OIC; Innovadia, LLC; Innovative Educational Programs, LLC; Ivy League Tutor, Inc.; Angies Kidz University, Inc.; Digital Network Group, LLC D/B/A Kinetic Potential Scholars; Reflective Solutions, LLC D/B/A Knowledge Points of Florham Park; Learner First, LLC; Learn It Systems, LLC; Nicholas Literacy Center, LLC; Preferred Tutoring Services, LLC; Regional Enrichment & Learning Center, LLC; Rocket Learning Partners, LLC; Sankofa Educational Solutions, LLC; Smarties Tutoring Services, LLC; LMB Learning Center D/B/A Sylvan Learning Center of Nutley and Ace It; SDP Learning, Inc. D/B/A Sylvan Learning Center of Wallington; Urban League of Hudson County, Inc.; and Vacamas Program for Youth; and WHEREAS, the vendor has been notified that no goods or services will be provided to the District without first receiving a fully executed purchase order; and that the terms on the purchase will be honored completely; if the vendor does not agree with the terms on the purchase order, the vendor will not provide any goods or services to the District until such time a new purchase order is completed and delivered with terms the vendor will honor; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson School District approves this resolution for the provision of supplemental educational services by the vendors listed above, with the minimum dollar amount per student for the school year being $1, and the total dollar amount of this resolution not to exceed $3,294, This resolution shall take effect with the approval signature of the State District Superintendent. Resolution No. A-4 WHEREAS, the Paterson School District is committed to student and community improvement through various programs and initiatives; and WHEREAS, the district is interested in maintaining ongoing collaborations, with an emphasis on education, career exploration and community development; and WHEREAS, the district desires and intends to renew its contract with New Jersey Community Development Corporation (NJCDC); and WHEREAS, the district recognizes the important value of the services provided by NJCDC and Americorps for the benefits of its students; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education approves the consultant contract with New Jersey Community Development Corporation to provide enhanced leadership and oversight related to Transportation-related and innovative programming for the Garrett Morgan Academy, for the period of July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011 in the amount of $65, Resolution No. A-5 Background Information: St. Joseph s Regional Medical Center wishes to renew the Agreement with the Paterson Public Schools to provide a dentist to the District s Dental Clinic. The Dental Clinic is located on the Division of Health, 176 Broadway. The dentist will work (15) fifteen hours each week, eleven months a year. Delta Dental of New Page 5 09/15/10

6 Jersey, Foundation, Inc. (the philanthropic arm of the Delta Dental Plan of New Jersey, Dental Insurance) is committed to improving the oral health among New Jersey s youth and is an avid supporter of National Children s Dental Health Month in February, Give Kids A Smile in February and other initiatives that center around improving children s Dental Health. Funds are available: Delta Foundation has given large grants to the Paterson Public Schools, Office of Dental Services, since 1998 and has approved a grant of $50,000 to the Office of Dental Services for January 1, 2010 December 31, 2010 plus an additional $18,000 carry-over from WHEREAS, St. Joseph s Regional Medical Center operates a regional medical center in the City of Paterson which provides dental services to individuals in the community; and WHEREAS, the District and St. Joseph s Regional Medical Center desire to renew the agreement for the purpose of providing preventive and restorative dental services to uninsured children at the District s Dental Clinic located in the Board of Health, 176 Broadway; and WHEREAS, the District believes that an affiliation with St. Joseph s Regional Medical Center for the purpose of providing dental services to uninsured children in the District s Dental Clinic will benefit the District; and WHEREAS, Delta Dental of New Jersey, Foundation, Inc. wants to continue their mission to financially assist the Office of Dental Services to continue to provide dental treatment in the school dental clinic for the underserved, uninsured children residing in Paterson; and has approved a grant of $50,000 to be used for comprehensive dental care & dental educational initiatives in the District s Dental Clinic located in the Health Department, 176 Broadway, from January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010; now THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Board of Education renew the existing Agreement with St. Joseph s Regional Medical Center for the purpose of providing dental services to uninsured children K-12 residing in Paterson from July 1, 2010 June 30, Resolution No. A-6 Background Information: Little Smiles New Jersey, P.C. aims to provide school based dental examinations, cleanings, fluoride, sealants, radiographs and referrals in the Paterson Public Schools. The mission of Little Smiles New Jersey P.C. is to bring stateof-the-art preventive dental care to those students in need in the most comfortable and effective way possible. WHEREAS, since September 1, 2009 Little Smiles New Jersey P.C. has worked with the Paterson Public Schools to provide preventive care to students and referral for follow-up care to students and wishes to continue providing these services for the school year; and WHEREAS, Little Smiles New Jersey P.C., receives funding from grants as well as Medicaid reimbursement for completed procedures, and will provide the services noted above at no cost to the district; and WHEREAS, Little Smiles New Jersey P.C. will work with Paterson Public Schools, Office of Dental Services to provide services at the following schools 2, 3, 7, 10, 11, 18, 24, 29, AHA, Alt. Middle School, Build, EHS, Garrett Morgan, Great Falls, HARP, Page 6 09/15/10

7 International, JFK, Panther, Performing Arts, Pre-Collegiate, Public Safety, Rosa Parks, Silk City, STARS, Sports and Business Academy, Urban Leadership Academy; and WHEREAS, Little Smiles New Jersey P.C. s Dentist and Dental Assistant will visit schools on a scheduled basis and provide dental services. The staff will utilize portable equipment carried into the school to provide dental services; and WHEREAS, Little Smiles New Jersey P.C. will provide the district with a copy of the license, malpractice insurance, and background checks on all staff members. The staff will use proper infection control procedures and adhere to all applicable state and federal law; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education approves the participation in this program, in accordance with an agreement to be executed by the parties. Resolution No. A-7 Background Information: The Paterson Community Health Center Mobile Dental Center aims to provide school based dental examinations, cleanings, fluoride, sealants, varnish and referrals in the Paterson Public Schools. The mission of the PCHC Mobile Dental Center is to eliminate dental disease in children by providing early detection, preventive care and education in a new state of the art dental van parked outside the school. For the past five years, PCHC provided NaFrinse to continue the preventive weekly fluoride rinse in all elementary schools. WHEREAS, the Paterson Community Health Center (PCHC) has worked with the Paterson Public Schools to provide preventive care to more than 5,000 students and referral for follow-up care to 2,000 students over the past five years and wishes to continue September 1, 2010 June 30, 2011; and WHEREAS, the Mobile Dental Center receives funding through a primary sponsor, the Paterson Community Health Center, as well as Medicaid reimbursement for completed procedures. Uninsured children receive care at no cost to the parents or the district; and WHEREAS, the PCHC Mobile Dental Center will work with the Paterson Public Schools Office of Dental Services to determine which schools will be targeted by this program. Treatment will be provided along with other schools collaborators in a cohesive manner that does not duplicate services; and WHEREAS, the PCHC Mobile Dental Center s Dentist and Dental Assistant will visit schools on a scheduled basis and provide dental services. The staff will utilize a mobile dental center licensed as an ambulatory care facility parked outside the school as the point of service and will continue to support the district s Fluoride Rinse Program; and WHEREAS, it is the PCHC policy that the mobile dental center is in compliance with all applicable state and federal laws regulating ambulatory care facilities; and PCHC has provided the district with a copy of all licenses, insurances, and background checks as well as a copy of the mobile Dental Center s infection control manual; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education approves the participation in this program, in accordance with an agreement to be executed by the parties. Page 7 09/15/10

8 Resolution No. A-8 WHEREAS, N.J.A.C. 6A:8-1.2 mandates that all students, including those with disabilities, be exposed to curriculum and instruction methodologies to assist students in achieving the Core Curriculum Content Standards; and WHEREAS, students enrolled in S.T.A.R.S. Academy must satisfy the New Jersey State Core Curriculum Content Standards for the Visual and Performing Arts, Dance Section and 1.3.8; and WHEREAS, providing West African Dance and Drum instruction will permit movement sequences and dance phases that demonstrate rhythmic activity and choreographic strategies as specified in the Core Curriculum Content Standards for Dance ; and WHEREAS, the West African Dance and Drum instruction performances will reflect how sound, music and spoken text can affect the meaning of a dance as listed in the Core Curriculum Content Standards for Dance ; and WHEREAS, Kamate Traders, LLC possesses the musical expertise in creative West African Dance and Drum instruction to educate students at S.T.A.R.S. Academy in dance; and WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-5.a (2) authorizes the Board of Education to approve contracts for professional services at a public meeting without public advertising for bids and bidding therefore; and WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-2.h defines that professional services are services which are rendered in the provision or performance of goods and services that are original and creative in character in a recognized field of artistic endeavor; and WHEREAS, Kamate Traders, LLC will charge twelve thousand five hundred ($12,500.00) dollars for their services; and WHEREAS, the vendor has been notified that no goods or services will be provided to the District without first receiving a fully executed purchase order; and that the terms on the purchase will be honored completely; if the vendor does not agree with the terms on the purchase order, the vendor will not provide any goods or services to the District until such time a new purchase order is completed and delivered with terms the vendor will honor; NOW, THERFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Paterson Public Schools awards a contract to Kamate Traders, LLC for specialized West African Dance and Drum instruction to meet the needs of the students at S.T.A.R.S. Academy for the school year in an amount not to exceed twelve thousand five hundred ($12,500.00) dollars. This resolution shall take effect with the approval signature of the State District Superintendent. Page 8 09/15/10

9 Resolution No. A-9 New Jersey Symphony Orchestra The Paterson Public Schools and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) have established a partnership over the past five (5) years wherein the NJSO provides concerts for students of the Paterson Public Schools at no cost to the district. The actual fee for these services is supported by a grant made to the NJSO. WHEREAS, the Paterson Public Schools desire to partner with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) for them to conduct a concert at the New Roberto Clemente School on November 12, 2010 at 11:00 a.m.; and WHEREAS, students will receive pertinent background information about the music which they will experience, with appropriate connections to their lives experiences; and WHEREAS, selected students from Rosa Parks High School, John F. Kennedy High School and School No. 7 will have the opportunity to perform side-by-side with orchestra members in up to two selections after receiving one hour of preparatory instruction; and WHEREAS, four hundred (400) students will gather from across the district to experience this event to be closely aligned with the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards (NJCCCS); and WHEREAS, the concert as well as preparatory instruction will be provided at NO COST TO THE DISTRICT; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education of the Paterson Public Schools approves the partnership and the activities associated with the educational activity slated to take place on November 12, 2010 at the New Roberto Clemente School, in accordance with an agreement to be executed by the parties. Resolution No. A-10 Introduction: New Jersey After 3 is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to expanding after-school opportunities for New Jersey s children. Its vision is for all New Jersey children to have the opportunity to participate in high quality, comprehensive, structured, supervised and enriching after-school activities. WHEREAS, this partnership between the corporate community with support and leadership; the public sector with critical government funding; the non-profits that deliver the high-quality services to our children; and the schools with teachers and principals to help guide and teach our children will benefit our families and the community as a whole; and WHEREAS, New Jersey After 3 programs are critical for families because they provide a safe and structured environment for children during traditional work hours beyond the school day; and WHEREAS, the Paterson Young Men s Christian Association seeks to continue to serve the Alexander Hamilton Academy students; and Page 9 09/15/10

10 WHEREAS, the New Jersey Community Development Corporation seeks to continue to serve School #5; and WHEREAS, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Paterson seeks to continue to serve School #27; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, the Paterson Public Schools continues to support its partners the Paterson YMCA, and the Paterson Boys and Girls Club applications to the NJ After 3 Corporation to provide funding for after-school activities for Paterson Public Schools students at no cost to the school district. Resolution No. A-11 WHEREAS, the State of New Jersey under NJAC 6A:8-3.1 requires boards of education to ensure that the district curriculum is designed and delivered to demonstrate knowledge and skills specified by the latest New Jersey Core Curriculum Content and Industry Standards; and WHEREAS, Garrett Morgan and John F. Kennedy High School have been accepted into the Project Lead The Way network of schools to implement a high school engineering and technology curriculum following national and industry standards; and WHEREAS, Project Lead The Way (PLTW), Inc. will make available to participating school districts the use of designated software pursuant to a sublicense between PLTW, Inc. and staff training to the school district for each designated course; and WHEREAS, these sites require specialized software to implement these programs; and WHEREAS, Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education grant funds will support the cost of this software at $3,220 per site; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public Schools approve the Project Lead The Way Program, software license renewal as delineated in the Carl D. Perkins grant program implementation activities for school year Resolution No. A-12 WHEREAS, Paterson Public Schools, Department of Early Childhood Education is required to provide Early Childhood personnel with specialized training to ensure that the Preschool Health Services Team is current with their license and certifications; and WHEREAS, there is a need for the Preschool Health Services Team to respond to medical emergencies, illness, and injuries in the preschool setting; and WHEREAS, the board attorney has reviewed the attached contract and found the terms acceptable as written; now THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public Schools contract with Lifeshot Medical & Security Training for CPR training for Healthcare Providers on October 18, 2010 for ten (10) preschool health services staff. Not to exceed $ Susan Ortega Sharyn Wills School Nurse/Practitioner School Nurse/Practitioner Page 10 09/15/10

11 Shacarah Fordjour Linda Lella Annete Casabona Robin Caprio Cakia Davis Kristle Bishop Andres Gonzalez Johcelyn Gazabon School Nurse/Practitioner School Nurse School Nurse School Nurse Medical Assistant Medical Assistant Medical Assistant Medical Assistant Resolution No. A-13 In 2007, on the Authorization of the Business Administrator formal public bids were solicited for an Instructional Management System, RFP Re-Bid, for the , , , and school year(s). An Instructional Management System is needed to improve student performance by allowing teachers and administrators to effectively use data to inform instructional decisions. The funding for an Instructional Management System was part of the original budget. WHEREAS, a resolution of the State Operated School District of the City of Paterson, County of Passaic, State of New Jersey, awarded a contract for Instructional Management System District-Wide, RFP , through Competitive Contracting, pursuant to 18A:18A-4.3; and WHEREAS, New Jersey Quality Single Accountability Continuum (NJQSAC) stipulated in their Corrective Action Plan from March 2010 that the district will develop reporting structures for examining assessment data for instructional improvement; and WHEREAS, the district has conducted extensive staff development on navigating, accessing reports, and analyzing the information obtained from the Performance Matters Instructional Management System; and WHEREAS, the Paterson Public School District has utilized the Performance Matters Instructional Management System to inform and prepare additional academic programs for students (i.e. Saturday School, Summer School, Extended Day programs). Additionally, scanners have been used to develop and streamline the process for administering pre/post assessments for these programs; and WHEREAS, for the school year the district is looking to expand the use of the Performance Matters Instructional Management System to grades nine through twelve allowing for more effective comparative data analysis over time; now BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public Schools Board of Education approves the expansion for the Performance Matters Instructional Management System for the use of data reporting purposes in grades kindergarten through twelve, as a means of analyzing data to inform instructional decisions within the Paterson Public Schools District for the school year. Not to exceed $142, Resolution No. A-14 WHEREAS, the Paterson Public School District believes that co-curricular activities can contribute significantly to the success of the overall educational experience of students; and Page 11 09/15/10

12 WHEREAS, the Eastside High School athletic staff has been reduced due to budgetary constraints, it is hereby requested to make the necessary adjustments to properly supervise student-athletes with well qualified staff; and WHEREAS, following high school activities will not be employed during the school year: Dance Coach $7, Spring Track Head (Boys) $8, Spring Track Head (Girls) $8, $23, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Eastside High School will not make use of said stipend positions which will allow additional needed staff, such as Strength & Conditioning Coach and Indoor Track Assistant Coach. Also, by merging Girls Spring Track Head Coach with Boys Spring Track Head Coach supporting a co-ed program, i.e. Spring Track Head Coach (Boys & Girls) will conserve $8, Strength & Conditioning Coach $7, Indoor Track Assistant Coach $5, Spring Track Head Coach (Boys & Girls) $8, $20, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepts these recommendations of specific assignments for personnel, following the PEA Athletic Salary Guide. Resolution No. A-15 WHEREAS, the Paterson Public School District recognizes the need for obtaining the highest quality of service at the best price; and WHEREAS, the vendor has been notified that no goods or services will be provided to the District without first receiving a fully executed purchase order; and that the terms on the purchase will be honored completely; if the vendor does not agree with the terms on the purchase order, the vendor will not provide any goods or services to the District until such time a new purchase order is completed and delivered with terms the vendor will honor; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to purchase St. Joseph s Children s Hospital professional services without public bidding and advertising in accordance with N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-5; now THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that pursuant to 18A:18A-5, the Paterson Public School District, authorizes the Division of Pupil Personnel Services to award this category without advertising to: St. Joseph s Children s Hospital located at 703 Main Street, Paterson, NJ Developmental $ each = $24, Psychiatric $ each = $36, Not to exceed the amount of $60, Page 12 09/15/10

13 Resolution No. A-16 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Bergen Center for Child Development, Haworth, New Jersey for providing educational services for 4 Paterson student(s) during the school year. Bancroft NeuroHealth is a residential facility for students with concomminent conditions of severe behavior problems and cognitive impairment. Student Initials Tuition A.R., M.Y., M.N., Z.O. $187, Resolution No. A-17 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with The Children s Home-Mary A. Dobbins School, Mount Holly, New Jersey for providing educational services to 1 Paterson student during the school year. This school is for students requiring close supervision. Student Initials Tuition Q.M. $60, Resolution No. A-18 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Department of Children and Families Regional School Totowa and Wanaque, New Jersey for providing educational services for 23 Paterson students during the school year. This program is for students with multiple disabilities in need of intensive related services. (Funds are deducted from State Aid) Student Initials Tuition A.S., A.L., A.R., D.C., E.G., G.S., $896, J.Z., J.C., J.C., M.D., M.G., N.J., Page 13 09/15/10

14 O.D., O.L., O.T., P.H., Q.S., R.C., R.C., R.B., R.A., R.J., S.B. Resolution No. A-19 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Deron School of New Jersey, Union, New Jersey for providing educational services for 3 Paterson students during the school year. The Deron School provides a program that services student with significant learning disabilities who require individualized instruction. Student Initials Tuition I.L., R.P., J.G. $132, Resolution No. A-20 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Felician School for Exceptional Children, Lodi, New Jersey for providing educational services for 11 Paterson students during the school year. This school is for students requiring intensive supervision and monitoring due to their significant cognitive impairments. Student Initials Tuition N.B., C.D., J.Y., D.M., J.P., G.P., E.P., B.M., $500, C.C., L.A., S.S. Resolution No. A-21 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Learning Center for Exceptional Children, Clifton, New Jersey for Page 14 09/15/10

15 providing educational services for 1 Paterson student during the school year. This school services students with disabilities. Student Initials Tuition J.J. $56, Resolution No. A-22 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Loving Hands Healthcare Services, Paramus, New Jersey for providing nursing services to 1 Paterson student attending Passaic County Elks-CP Center during the school year. Student Initials Tuition K.M. $42, Resolution No. A-23 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Morris Union Jointure Commission, New Providence, NJ for providing educational services to 1 Paterson student during the school year. Bancroft NeuroHealth is a residential facility for students with concomminent conditions of severe behavior problems and cognitive impairment. Student Initials Tuition K.C. $12, Resolution No. A-24 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with New Beginnings, Fairfield, New Jersey for providing educational services to 1 Paterson student during the school year. This facility is a day school for Page 15 09/15/10

16 children with emotional and behavioral problems. Offers innovative inter-disciplinary learning programs. Student Initials Tuition K.C. $59, Resolution No. A-25 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with New Road Schools of New Jersey, Inc., Parlin, New Jersey for providing educational services for 1 Paterson student during the school year. This school serves students who are cognitively impaired, with learning/language disorders, and with multiple disabilities. Student Initials Tuition D.G. $44, Resolution No. A-26 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Palisades Learning Center, Paramus, New Jersey for providing educational services for 2 Paterson students during the school year. The facility provides services to students with social, emotional, and learning disabilities who require individualized counseling and close monitoring. Student Initials Tuition J.S., S.M. $99, Resolution No. A-27 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Phoenix Center, Inc. Nutley, New Jersey for providing educational Page 16 09/15/10

17 services for 3 Paterson students during the Extended/Regular School Year. This school is for the severely autistic students who require close monitoring and supervision. Student Initials Tuition K.C., C.T., M.L.B. $222, Resolution No. A-28 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Passaic County Elks Cerebral Palsy Treatment Center (Elementary and High School), Clifton, New Jersey for providing educational services for 52 Paterson students during the school year. This facility services students who are diagnosed as multiple disabled. Student Initials Tuition A.B., A.D., A.H., A.J., A.K., A.R., $3,246, A.R., B.R., D.M., D.M., E.R., J.E., J.G., J.M., J.M., K.M.L., M.M., N.B., O.V., P.C., R.P., S.M., S.M., S.M., T.C., V.G., V.N., W.H., A.A., A.C., A.R., C.R., D.U., D.A., G.B., J.G., J.K., J.M., K.G., L.H., L.M., N.B., N.W., P.A., R.R., S.W., T.K., T.M., V.R., Y.C., Y.R. Resolution No. A-29 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Preferred Home Health Care and Nursing Services, Inc Morris Ave. Suite 205-A, Union, New Jersey for providing homebound education instruction to 1 Paterson student attending during the school year. Student Initials Tuition G.C. $78, Page 17 09/15/10

18 Resolution No. A-30 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Saint Clare s Hospital for providing home instruction-educational services to Paterson students during the school year. Tuition $10, Resolution No. A-31 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Saint Joseph School for the Blind, Jersey City, New Jersey for providing educational services for 3 Paterson students during the school year. This school targets population students with visual disabilities. Student Initials Tuition A.K., S.R., J.L.F. $222, Resolution No. A-32 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Union Educational Services for providing home instruction-educational services to Paterson students during the school year. Tuition $20, Page 18 09/15/10

19 Resolution No. A-33 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Willowglen Academy, Newton and Sparta, New Jersey for providing educational services for 11 Paterson students during the extended/regular school year. These facilities target population are for students needing intensive clinical and educational services in a highly structured setting. Student Initials Tuition O.R., K.J., C.G., C.P., I.C., U.P., $785, K.D., M.D., C.N., C.T., G.D. Resolution No. A-34 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Willowglen Academy, Sparta, New Jersey for providing educational services for 1 Paterson student during the extended/regular school year. These facilities target population are for students needing intensive clinical and educational services in a highly structured setting. Student Initials Tuition C.G. $12, Resolution No. A-35 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Benway School, Wayne, New Jersey for providing educational services to 1 Paterson student during the school year. Bancroft NeuroHealth is a residential facility for students with concomminent conditions of severe behavior problems and cognitive impairment. Page 19 09/15/10

20 Student Initials Tuition T.S. $56, Resolution No. A-36 WHEREAS, according to New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:14 the Paterson Public School District is required to place District s students in an appropriate Educational facility as per their I.E.P.; and WHEREAS, the District wishes to remain compliant with state & federal requirements; now therefore BE IT RESOLVED, that the Paterson Public School District approves payment and contracts with Windsor Preparatory School, Paterson, New Jersey for providing educational services for 9 Paterson students during the school year. Windsor Preparatory School is a high school for students who require a program monitoring behavior as well as academic issues. Student Initials Tuition L.T., J.R., D.B., T.A., J.Y., $452, J.C., M.L., H.S., R.T.A. Resolution No. A-37 WHEREAS, the Paterson Board of Education is required pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:11-12 to adopt policy and approve travel expenditures by district employees and board members using local, State, or Federal funds to ensure that travel is educationally necessary and fiscally prudent; and WHEREAS, the board of education has determined that the training and informational programs sponsored by NJSBA and set forth below are directly related to and within the scope of board members duties; and WHEREAS, the board of education has determined that the training and informational programs sponsored by NJSBA and set forth below are directly related to and within the scope of the listed job title s current responsibilities and the board s professional development plan; and WHEREAS, the board of education has determined that participation in the NJSBA training and informational programs requires school district travel expenditures and that this travel is critical to the instructional needs of the district and/or furthers the efficient operation of the district; and WHEREAS, the board of education has determined that the school district travel expenditures to NJSBA programs are in compliance with State travel guidelines as established by the Federal Office of Management and Budget; except as superseded by conflicting provision of Title 18A of the New Jersey Statutes; and WHEREAS, the board of education finds that a mileage reimbursement rate equal to that of the federal Internal Revenue Service mileage reimbursement rate of [$0.31] per mile is a reasonable rate; and Page 20 09/15/10

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