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1 School Board Meeting November 25, 2013 Agenda for: School Board Meeting 1. all to Order Barbara N. Layne 1.1 Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag 1.2 Moment of Silent Meditation 2. Roll all Mr. Newton Davis Mr. Gordon Einhorn Ms. Sheila Evans Mr. Melvin Fager Mr. Terry Gilman Mr. David John Ms. Barbara Layne Ms. Pamela Price Mr. Michael Richards 3. Introduction of Meeting Guests and Presentations Dr. Lori A. Suski 3.1 Student omments Student ouncil - comments by Alyssa Stone and Elizabeth Young Key lub - comments by Will Botterbusch 3.2 Recognitions (See Attachment(s)) Students of the Month - presented by Dr. Suski Student of the Month for November - John arberry with teacher, Mr. Steve Smith Rotary Student of the Month for November - Megha Patel with teacher, Ms. Terri O'Neil andidates for Employment - presented by Dr. Suski Recognitions - presented by Dr. Suski Mid-Penn All Stars and District Qualifiers (See Attachment) Zac Gates - Youth & Government Elections onvention Winner, GOLD Lieutenant Governor Hope Dehnert - artwork chosen for the District's holiday card 3.3 Presentations Presentation of W.M. Buffington's $100 per Touchdown heck to District - presented by Bill & Judy Buffington 4. Public omment Anyone wishing to address the Board should do so at this time. Written items are strongly suggested. Please state name and address, and limit comments to three minutes. AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

2 5. Secretary's Report David A. Franklin 5.1 Minutes (See Attachment(s)) It is recommended to approve the minutes of the October 28, 2013 School Board Meeting. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: NOTE: In order to reduce memory space, attachments that are referenced in the minutes have not been included. These attachments will, however, be included in the permanent record book. 5.2 ommunications (See Attachment(s)) School Board alendar - December Treasurer's Report and Bill Lists Gordon A. Einhorn 6.1 Treasurer's Report (See Attachment(s)) It is recommended to approve the Treasurer's Report for October 2013, as presented. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 6.2 Bill Lists (See Attachment(s)) It is recommended to approve the "List of Paid Bills" with totals by fund as detailed: Fund 10 General Fund - $263, Fund 32 apital Reserve Fund - $116, Fund 39 apital Projects Fund - $0 Fund 51 Food Service Fund - $0 AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

3 Fund 59 WMSS Radio Station Fund - $39.01 Fund 72 Expendable Trust Fund - $0 Fund 74 Nonexpendable Trust Fund - $0 Fund 81 Student Activities Fund - $2, Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: It is recommended to approve the "List of Unpaid Bills" with totals by fund as detailed: Fund 10 General Fund - $572, Fund 32 apital Reserve Fund - $305, Fund 39 apital Projects Fund - $0 Fund 51 Food Service Fund - $110, Fund 59 WMSS Radio Station Fund - $2, Fund 72 Expendable Trust Fund - $1, Fund 74 Nonexpendable Trust Fund - $0 Fund 81 Student Activities Fund - $13, Moved: Seconded: No: Yes: Abstain: AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

4 7. Old Business 8. Academic Affairs ommittee Report Pamela Price (hairperson), David John (Vice-hairperson), Newton Davis and Barbara Layne 8.1 ommunications (See Attachment(s)) Academic Affairs ommittee Meeting Minutes - November 12, Programs It is recommended to fund half of the cost of graduation caps, gowns, and tassels for the class of 2014 at a cost of $12.53 per student. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 8.3 Grants It is recommended to approve the District's participation as a partner in Penn State's Eligible Partnerships Postsecondary Grant application with PDE at no cost to the District. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 8.4 School alendar It is recommended to approve an early dismissal (half day PM) for students in grades 9 through 11 on Friday, February 28, 2014 to allow seniors to present their areer Action Plans. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

5 8.5 Policies (See Attachment(s)) Information Item - Revisions to Policy #216 (Student Records) are presented for first reading. It is recommended to adopt the revisions to Policy #916 (School Volunteers). Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 8.6 District Goals It is recommended to approve a contract with PSBA to provide policy review services for the District at a cost of $5,200 and to subscribe to Policy News Network+ at a fee of $851 for the remainder of Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 9. Personnel ommittee Report David John (hairperson), Gordon Einhorn (Vice-hairperson), Newton Davis and Pamela Price 9.1 ommunications (See Attachment(s)) Personnel ommittee Meeting Minutes - November 12, Leave of Absence Requests It is recommended to approve the extension of childrearing leave for Jessica Hoopes, Teacher, from January 1, 2014 to January 30, Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

6 9.3 hange of Employment Status It is recommended to change the employment status of ody Friedrich from a Part- Time ustodian Student Worker to a Substitute ustodian effective November 7, Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 9.4 Employment (See Attachment(s)) It is recommended to approve the employment of the individuals listed below, pending submission of all required clearances. 1. Scott Souders as an In-School Suspension Monitor (Support Staff, Range 6) at an hourly rate of $11.23 to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Jamal Wells effective November 12, Alison hambers as a PATHS/Ophelia Assistant at an hourly rate of $20.00 effective November 12, Anastasia Neboga as a PATHS Assistant at an hourly rate of $20.00 effective November 12, Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: It is recommended to approve the employment of the individuals on the listing attached to the agenda as substitutes, pending submission of all required clearances. (See Attachment) Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 10. Operations ommittee Report AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

7 Michael Richards (hairperson), Terry Gilman (Vice-hairperson), Melvin Fager and David John 10.1 ommunications (See Attachment(s)) Operations ommittee Meeting Minutes - November 14, onstruction Projects (See Attachment(s)) It is recommended to contract with JMSI Environmental orp to conduct an asbestos survey and develop an asbestos abatement project design for the new High School at a total cost of $9,275. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: It is recommended to authorize the Lower Swatara Township Athletic Association to provide improvements to Field #15 in accordance with District specifications and to thank them for their contribution. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 10.3 Approvals It is recommended to approve a negligible adjustment to a previously-approved deed, adding acres (or square feet) to the.047 acres the District is deeding to PennDOT, in connection with improvements at the entrance to the High School campus from PA Rt Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

8 10.4 Bids (See Attachment(s)) It is recommended to approve the bid for field supplies and services to the vendors as listed on the attachment to the agenda. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 10.5 Use of Facilities (See Attachment(s)) It is recommended to approve the use of facilities on the listing attached to the agenda. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 11. Athletics/Activities ommittee Report Terry Gilman (hairperson), Melvin Fager (Vice-hairperson), Michael Richards and Barbara Layne 11.1 ommunications (See Attachment(s)) Athletics/Activities ommittee Meeting Minutes - November 14, Resignations It is recommended to approve the resignation of Shannon Inners, Assistant Winter heerleading oach, effective November 11, Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

9 11.3 Employment (See Attachment(s)) It is recommended to approve the employment of the individuals or volunteers on the listings attached to the agenda as co-curricular and extra-curricular personnel for the school year at the stipends listed, pending submission of all required clearances. (See Attachment) Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 12. Finance ommittee Report Gordon Einhorn (hairperson), Terry Gilman (Vice-hairperson) and Barbara Layne 12.1 ommunications (See Attachment(s)) Finance ommittee Meeting Minutes - November 19, Exonerations (See Attachment(s)) It is recommended to approve the exoneration of the 2013 real estate tax bills on the listing attached to the agenda for the reasons noted. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 12.3 Approvals (See Attachment(s)) Information Item - Budget Transfers for (Note: board approval was granted in June 2013 for budget transfers with details to be presented upon conclusion of the audit.) It is recommended to commit fund balance as of June 30, 2013 in the amounts specified below for the purposes authorized by school board action on June 24, 2013 in accordance with Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement No. 54: 1. Retirement Rate Stabilization - $4,635, Health Insurance ost Stabilization - $385,487 Moved: AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

10 Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: It is recommended to modify the following agreements and handbooks for to account for the addition of one day of holiday leave due to the closure of all offices in the District for the winter break as a cost savings measure. 1. Support Staff Handbook 2. Exempt Managerial Support Staff Handbook 3. All Administrator Agreements and ontracts Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 12.4 Agreements It is recommended to approve an upgrade to the WAN circuit with Lancaster Lebanon IU 13 from 100MB to 1GB at a monthly cost of $716 through June 30, 2014 and an estimated annual cost of $3,694 from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2018, pending LLIU board approval. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 13. New Business 13.1 Personnel ommittee It is recommended to approve the employment of the individuals listed below, pending the submission of all required clearances: 1. Joyce Stauffer as Part-Time Non-Instructional Aide (Support Staff, Range 6) at an hourly rate of $11.37 to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Denise Klinger-Witmer effective November 14, Laura reek as a Youth enter Assistant at an hourly rate of $10.00 effective November 25, AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

11 3. Michele Bostdorf as a Payroll and Benefits Accountant (Support Staff, Range 1) at an hourly rate of $23.56 to fill a vacancy created by the employment change of Amy Dintiman effective December 9, Leona Berzowski as a Data Systems Manager (Exempt Support Staff, Range 1) at a annual salary of $60,605 to fill a vacancy created by the retirement of Rosemary Weirich and reallocation of additional duties effective December 9, Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: It is recommended to increase the Superintendent's annual salary by 3.75% to $133,838 for the school year, retroactive to July 1, 2013, based upon the results of her annual evaluation for the school year. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: It is recommended to authorize the creation of a special sick leave donation program whereby District employees may donate sick leave days to benefit Heather M. Radabaugh and to approve a Memorandum of Understanding with Middletown Area Education Support Personnel Association ("MAESPA") and Middletown Area Education Association ("MAEA") outlining the terms and conditions of the program. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 13.2 Athletics/Activities ommittee AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

12 It is recommended to accept the resignation of Michael orradi as an Assistant Varsity Football oach and Volunteer Strength oach effective November 15, Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: 14. Representatives 14.1 apital Area Intermediate Unit (See Attachment(s)) Barbara Layne, Representative Board Highlights - October 24 and November 21, Dauphin ounty Technical School (See Attachment(s)) Newton Davis and Pamela Price, Representatives DTS Blast - October 2013 DTS Joint Operating ommittee Board Brief - November 11, 2013 DTS Planning for the Future ommittee Meeting Minutes - November 13, Dauphin ounty Tax ollection ommittee (See Attachment(s)) David Franklin, Delegate Gordon Einhorn and Barbara Layne, Alternate Delegates Summary Minutes - September 18, Harrisburg Area ommunity ollege (See Attachment(s)) Barbara Layne, Delegate Pamela Price, Alternate Delegate HA Meeting Minutes - October 30, Olmsted Regional Recreation Board Terry Gilman and Barbara Layne, Representatives 14.6 PSBA Liaison David John 15. Superintendent's Report Dr. Lori A. Suski AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

13 16. Roundtable 17. Adjournment It is recommended that the School Board Meeting be adjourned. Moved: Seconded: Yes: No: Abstain: Time: 18. Executive Session The school board will meet in Executive Session to discuss legal and personnel matters after the board meeting has adjourned. AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

14 Recognitions Middletown Area School District 2013 Fall Mid- Penn All Stars and District Qualifiers Field Hockey - oach, Jana Woodring Emily Bendgen Hope Dehnert Karlee Deibler Johnnessa Mummert Madison Rios arlie Wolfe Volleyball - oach, Lisa Huber Jordan Arnold Emily Mattes Alyssa Stone Football - oach, Brett Myers Steven ain Nick Drawbaugh Melvin Fager III hristopher Holloman Josh Matinchek Mitch Ward Girls Soccer - oach, Tim Neff Brittany MacBlane Braelyn Zavoda Brittney Zavoda Boys Soccer - oach, Mark Shipkowski Kyle Finsterbush hristian Roberts ross ountry District Qualifiers - oach, Llew Skees Megan Martz Rowan Sessa Julia Trout Golf Mid- Penn hampionship Qualifiers - oach, harlie Bowen Dylan Danilowicz ole Kautz AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

15 Minutes MIDDLETOWN AREA SHOOL DISTRIT School Board Meeting October 28, :00 p.m. MINUTES Members in attendance were: Newton Davis, Gordon Einhorn, Melvin Fager, Terry Gilman, David John, Barbara Layne, and Pamela Price. Members not in attendance were: Sheila Evans and Michael Richards. Ms. Layne acknowledged that Mr. Richards was absent due to the scheduled outage at his employer, Three Mile Island. Staff/Public in attendance were: Dr. Lori Suski, Superintendent of Schools; hristine Mostoller, Assistant to the Superintendent for urriculum, Instruction, and Assessment; David Franklin, Assistant to the Superintendent for Finance and Operations/Board Secretary; Jodie Zorbaugh, ommunications Specialist/Recording Secretary; Zach Kepler, omputer Technician; Marie Drazenovich, Director of Student Services; Heidi Zula, Director of Human Resources; Tom Shaffer, Earl Bright, helton Hunter, Administrators; Jodi Sessa, Amanda Henry, and Mary Barth, District Professional Staff; Mark Shipkowski, Megan Martz, Mimi Martz, John Martz, hris Holloman, hristina Holloman, Asaad Hunter, Richard Barth, Jess Eckert, Rachel Rusnov, amryn Shenk, Kimberly John, Mark Schopf, and Judi Little, Interested Students and itizens; Daniel Walmer and Phyllis Zimmerman, Reporters. all to Order Roll all Ms. Layne called the meeting to order and asked those present to participate in the Pledge of Allegiance and a moment of silent meditation. She also asked attendees to keep the Radabaugh family in their thoughts and prayers. Ms. Layne asked the Secretary, David Franklin, to call the roll. A quorum was present as noted above. Introduction of Meeting Guests and Presentations Student omments Student ouncil: Dr. Suski introduced Student ouncil representatives to report on the activities of Student ouncil. The students announced a fundraiser for the Radabaugh family. Key lub: Dr. Suski introduced Jess Eckert and Rachel Rusnov. The students reported on the activities of Key lub. AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

16 Minutes Recognitions Dr. Suski introduced hristopher Holloman as the Student of the Month for October and Megan Martz as the Rotary Student of the Month for October. hristopher Holloman selected Amanda Henry as the educator who had most influenced his school career and Megan Martz selected Jodi Sessa as the educator who had most influenced her school career. The students and educators came forward to be congratulated by the Board members. Dr. Suski congratulated the following individuals for their accomplishments and presented them with certificates. 1. Gordon Einhorn - PSBA ertificate of Appreciation for 8 years of service as a School Director 2. Mary and Richard Barth ertificate of Achievement for their publication of a children's book, I See...A Red-Tailed Hawk 3. Earl Bright IV, Middletown Area Alumni Association President - ertificate of Appreciation for oversight of 50th Anniversary of Homecoming Presentations Mark Schopf and Judi Little from Guernsey Office Products presented the District with a rebate check for $1,200. The check represented the rebate for one quarter. Kimb John invited the public to attend the MAHS play Ten Little Dunces on November 15 or 16, Dr. Suski presented the School Performance Profile (SPP) for Fink Elementary, Kunkel Elementary and Reid Elementary. Dr. Suski noted that the SPP for school districts was published in the Patriot- News, but that it did not provide detailed information regarding each school s achievements. Dr. Suski noted that only the information for the three elementary schools is posted on the PDE website because the school district chose to suppress the data for the middle school and high school after being notified by PDE that the data for those schools may have errors. Dr. Suski said that the SPP information for these schools will be made public in January 2014 by PDE after data corrections have occurred. Dr. Suski explained what the SPP data represents and noted how it differed from the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) data that was presented in previous years. Dr. Suski explained the Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) and the goal of closing the achievement gap by one-half in a six-year period. Dr. Suski reviewed the methods that will be implemented in order to achieve this goal use of data to inform instruction, curriculum revisions to align to PA ore Standards, implementation of a new reading curriculum with an emphasis on writing and exploration of a new math curriculum. Dr. Suski noted that the administration is committed to AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

17 Minutes educational improvement. Public omment Mark Shipkowski, 658 Hoffer St, Middletown, addressed the school board and asked that the soccer team be recognized for demonstrating pride. Secretary s Report Minutes Mr. John moved and Ms. Price seconded a motion to approve the minutes of the September 23, 2013 School Board Meeting. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. ommunications Mr. Franklin said the Board ommittee alendar for November 2013 was attached to the agenda and that changes to previously scheduled nights and times were in red. Treasurer s Report Bill Lists Mr. Einhorn moved and Mr. John seconded a motion to approve the Treasurer s Report for September 2013, as presented. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. (See Attachment) Mr. Einhorn moved and Mr. Fager seconded a motion to approve the "List of Paid Bills" with totals by fund, as detailed. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. (See Attachment) Fund 10 - General Fund $657, Fund 32 - apital Reserve Fund $0 Fund 39 - apital Projects Fund $0 Fund 51 - Food Service Fund $2, Fund 59 - WMSS Radio Station Fund $39.04 Fund 72 - Expendable Trust Fund $0 Fund 74 - Nonexpendable Trust Fund $0 Fund 81 - Student Activities Fund $3, Mr. Einhorn moved and Ms. Price seconded a motion to approve the "List of Unpaid Bills" with totals by fund, as detailed. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. (See Attachment) Fund 10 - General Fund $942, Fund 32 - apital Reserve Fund $367, Fund 39 - apital Projects Fund $0 Fund 51 - Food Service Fund $172, Fund 59 - WMSS Radio Station Fund $1, Fund 72 - Expendable Trust Fund $0 Fund 74 - Nonexpendable Trust Fund $0 Fund 81 - Student Activities Fund $8, AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

18 Minutes Old Business Academic Affairs ommittee Report ommunications urriculum Employment None Ms. Price reported for the Academic Affairs ommittee. The Minutes from the October 8, 2013 Academic Affairs ommittee Meeting were made available as an information item. Ms. Price moved and Mr. Davis seconded a motion to approve the addition of an Advanced hemistry ourse to be delivered in hybrid form as an independent study to the High School course offerings. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Ms. Price moved and Mr. Gilman seconded a motion to approve the employment of the following individuals as mentors. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to Ms. harlene Hurst as mentor to Ms. Laura reek (High School Emotional Support Teacher) at a prorated stipend of $ Mrs. Heidi Tobias as mentor to Ms. Janelle Fenstermaker (High School Learning Support Teacher) at a stipend of $ Mrs. Jodi Neuschwander as mentor to Mrs. Jennifer Singer (School Nurse) at a stipend of $ Ms. Price moved and Mr. Einhorn seconded a motion to approve the employment of the individuals on the listing attached to the agenda as co-curricular personnel for the school year at the stipends listed. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. (See Attachment) Memorandums of Understanding Student Matters Policies Ms. Price moved and Mr. Davis seconded a motion to approve the Memorandum of Understanding between Dauphin ounty Juvenile Probation and the District for the purpose of maintaining the physical security and safety of the schools in the District during the school year. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Ms. Price moved and Mr. Fager seconded a motion to approve the Waiver of Expulsion Hearing Agreement for student # The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Ms. Price noted that revisions to Policy #916 (School Volunteers) were presented for first reading. Personnel ommittee Mr. John reported for the Personnel ommittee. AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

19 Minutes Report ommunications Leave of Absence Requests hange of Employment Status Employment The Minutes from the October 8, 2013 Personnel ommittee Meeting were made available as an information item. Mr. John moved and Mr. Gilman seconded a motion to approve leave without pay for Lisa Krepps on October 11, The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Mr. John moved and Mr. Einhorn seconded a motion to approve the change of employment status of Wynette Kell from a Part-Time Non- Instructional Aide (Support Staff Range 6) to a Full-Time Life Skills/MDS Personal are Assistant (Support Staff Range 5) at an hourly rate of $11.82 to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Kelley lark effective October 7, The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Mr. John moved and Mr. Davis seconded a motion to approve the employment of the individuals listed below, pending submission of all required clearances. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to Andrea Wade as a Temporary lerical Assistant at an hourly rate of $11.93 effective October 2, 2013 until eligible for employment with Substitute Teacher Service (STS). 2. Dianne Klinger-Witmer as a Part-Time Non-Instructional Aide at an hourly rate of $10.25 to fill a vacancy created by the transfer of Wynette Kell effective October 10, Operations ommittee Report ommunications Approvals onstruction Projects Mr. Gilman reported for the Operations ommittee. The Minutes from the October 10, 2013 Operations ommittee Meeting were made available as an information item. Mr. Gilman moved and Ms. Price seconded a motion to grant permission for Sunoco Pipeline LP and affiliates to survey and conduct a feasibility study on the District s parcel # The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Mr. Gilman moved and Mr. Einhorn seconded a motion to authorize the Superintendent to approve change orders in amounts up to $20,000 with official board action to occur at the next scheduled meeting in order to allow for project work to continue. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

20 Minutes Mr. Gilman moved and Mr. Fager seconded a motion to approve hange Order #2 of the contract with B. R. Kreider & Son, Inc. - rock trench excavation at High School Athletic Fields at a cost of $5, The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Mr. Gilman moved and Mr. John seconded a motion to contract with Jamco Products to provide quality control for the High School athletic fields project at a cost of $45 per hour for approximately 18 hours using apital Reserve funds. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Equipment Purchases Agreements Policies Mr. Gilman moved and Mr. Davis seconded a motion to approve the equipment purchases listed below. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to Trane US, Inc. to provide and install replacement HVA rooftop units for the Administration Building at a cost of $90,480 using TPN pricing and apital Reserve funds. 2. Douglas A. Shope to provide and install track gates at a cost of $1,775 using apital Reserve funds. Mr. Gilman moved and Mr. Einhorn seconded a motion to approve an agreement with South Jersey Energy ompany for the purchase of natural gas for the facilities on the transaction confirmation at the market rate for a term of 12 months effective November 11, The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Mr. Gilman moved and Ms. Price seconded a motion to waive Policy #003 requiring a first reading and adopt revisions to Policy #810 (Transportation) without a first reading. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Mr. Gilman moved and Mr. John seconded a motion to adopt revisions to the appendices for Policy #707 (Use of Facilities). The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Use of Facilities Resolutions Mr. Gilman moved and Ms. Price seconded a motion to approve the use of facilities on the listing attached to the agenda. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Mr. Gilman moved and Mr. Einhorn seconded a motion to adopt a resolution authorizing a public hearing for the proposed new High School project and the advertisement of the Public Hearing Notice. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

21 Minutes Athletic/Activities ommittee Report ommunications Resignations Employment Field Trips Mr. Gilman reported for the Athletics/Activities ommittee. The Minutes from the October 10, 2013 Athletics/Activities ommittee Meeting were made available as an information item. Mr. Gilman moved and Mr. Fager seconded a motion to approve the resignations of the individuals listed below. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to Sergei Koreba, Head Boys' Varsity Soccer oach, effective October 4, Khaled Alhaj, JV Boys' Soccer oach, effective October 4, Mr. Gilman moved and Ms. Price seconded a motion to approve the employment of the individuals or volunteers on the listings attached to the agenda as co-curricular and extra-curricular personnel for the school year at the stipends listed, pending submission of all required clearances. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. (See Attachment) Mr. Gilman moved and Mr. John seconded a motion to approve the following Youth & Government field trips with District vans being used for transportation. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to Eastern Elections onvention on November 16, 2013 at Springfield High School 2. Pre-Model Legislature onvention on February 22, 2014 at Dickinson ollege 3. Model Legislature onvention on April 10-13, 2014 at the State apitol Finance ommittee Report ommunications Approvals Agreements Mr. Einhorn reported for the Finance ommittee. The minutes from the October 15, 2013 Finance ommittee Meeting were made available as an information item. Mr. Einhorn moved and Mr. Gilman seconded a motion to approve a transfer of $2,870,000 from the General Fund to the apital Reserve Fund in the June 30, 2013 financial statements for costs related to the High School project or other capital improvements. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Mr. Einhorn moved and Mr. Davis seconded a motion to approve the AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

22 Minutes agreements listed below required for the District to receive Access funding. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to Agreement to Participate in the School-Based Administrative laiming Program 2. Agreement to Participate in the School-Based Access Program Insurance Exonerations Mr. Einhorn moved and Ms. Price seconded a motion to increase the amount of the District's fidelity bonds as listed below in accordance with the recommendation of the District solicitor. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to Board Secretary from $10,000 to $50,000 at a cost of $ Board Treasurer from $10,000 to $1,000,000 at a cost of $1, Tax ollector from $50,000 to $1,000,000 at a cost of $1,584 Mr. Einhorn moved and Ms. Price seconded a motion to exonerate the 2013 real estate tax bills on the listing attached to the agenda for the reasons noted. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. (See Attachment) New Business Academic Affairs ommittee Ms. Price moved and Mr. Davis seconded a motion to approve the following contracts. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to The Vista School to provide special education services during the school year for a student at a cost of $39,400 fully funded by the District. 2. The Arc of Dauphin ounty to provide the Learning for Life program for the school year at a cost of $37,500 for a group of five eligible special education students. Ms. Price moved and Mr. Gilman seconded a motion to approve the Letter of Agreement between Dauphin ounty Mental Health/ Intellectual Disabilities Program, Dauphin ounty Juvenile Probation and the District for the provision of student assistance program services for the school year. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to 0. Ms. Price moved and Mr. Einhorn seconded a motion to approve the Memorandums of Understanding listed below. The vote to approve the motion was 7 to Dauphin ounty Department of Social Services for hildren and AgendaManager Powered by the AIU

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