• CLINTON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
    ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
    JULY 7, 2020

    Via Zoom
    5:30 PM

    Via Zoom and Youtube

     

    Meeting ID: 915 2588 5172

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    Annotated by Superintendent Dr. Steve Grimm

     

     Please note that our agendas are available only online.  There will no longer be paper copies available at the meeting.

    Tonight's meeting is consists of two parts; the Reorganizational Meeting, which involves annual appointments and other required actions, and the Regular Meeting portion.


     

     

    1.   CALL TO ORDER
     
    The Clerk of the Board will assume the chair until a President is selected.

    2.  PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

     

    3.  READING OF MISSION STATEMENT

    Clinton Central School proudly educates and empowers students to realize their potential and become thoughtful, contributing members of society.

     

    4.  ELECTION OF OFFICERS

    A.  Election of President of the Board 

    1.      Move to open nominations for the position of President

    2.      Accept nominations

    3.      Move to close nominations

    4.      Election

    5.      Oath of Office 
    (President assumes chair)

         
    B. Election of Vice President

    1.      Move to open nominations for the position of Vice President

    2.      Accept nominations

    3.      Move to close nominations

    4.      Election

    5.      Oath of Office

     

    5.  APPOINTMENTS

     

    A. CLERK OF THE BOARD

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education hereby appoints that Ms. Julia A. Scranton as District Clerk at a stipend of $5,939.29 annually to serve at the pleasure of the Board.

    The stipend also reflects the increase percentage that reflected the salaries of non-bargaining unit members.

     

    B. DISTRICT TREASURER

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education hereby appoints Mr. Joseph Barretta as District Treasurer at a salary of $20,551.79 to serve at the pleasure of the Board and authorizes the District Treasurer to sign checks for payroll, trust and agency, general fund capital, federal and cafeteria fund.

    This amount is part of Joe's overall salary that is reflected in his contract, not in addition to.

     

    C.  TAX COLLECTOR

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education hereby appoints NBT Bank as Tax Collecting Agency for the following towns Kirkland, Paris, Marshall, Vernon, New Hartford, and Westmoreland in the Clinton Central School District during the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    D. BOARD’S INTERNAL CLAIMS AUDITOR (DELEGATE FOR EXPENSE REVIEW)

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education hereby appoints Ms. Linda Voce as Internal Claims Auditor (Delegate for Expense Review) at a stipend of $5,400 annually to serve at the pleasure of the Board.

     

    6.  OTHER APPOINTMENTS

     

    A.  INDEPENDENT AUDITOR

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education appoints D’Arcangelo & Co., LLC as Independent Auditors for the Clinton Central School District for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    B.  EXTRA-ACTIVITIES FUND TREASURER

    BE IT RESOLVED that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Mrs. Angela Thieme be appointed Extra-Activities Fund Treasurer for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    C.  SCHOOL ATTORNEY

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education appoints Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC as special counsel for the Clinton Central School District as needed for the 2020-2021 school year.

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education appoints Hancock, Estabrook, LLP as special counsel for the Clinton Central School District as needed for the 2020-2021 school year.

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education appoints Ferrara Fiorenza PC as special counsel for the Clinton Central School District as needed for the 2020-2021 school year.

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education appoints Costello, Cooney & Fearon, PLLC as special counsel for the Clinton Central School District as needed for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    D.  SCHOOL PHYSICIAN

    BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Dr. Christopher Alinea be appointed as Medical Director/School Physician for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    E.  ASBESTOS DESIGNEE

    BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Mr. Glenn Kulinski be appointed Asbestos Designee from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021.

     

    F.  CHEMICAL HYGIENE OFFICER

    BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Mr. Glenn Kulinski be appointed Chemical Hygiene Officer from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021.

     

    G.  PURCHASING AGENT  

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education appoints Mr. Joseph Barretta as the Purchasing Agent for the Clinton Central School District to serve at the pleasure of the Board.

     

    H.  HIPAA COORDINATOR

    BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Ms. Cynthia Smiegal be appointed HIPAA Coordinator for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    I.  MEDICAID COMPLIANCE OFFICER

    BE IT RESOLVED that Mr. Joseph Barretta be appointed as Medicaid Compliance Officer for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    J.  MEDICARE PART D AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE

    BE IT RESOLVED that Mr. Joseph Barretta be appointed as Medicare Part D Authorized Representative for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    K.  TITLE VI AND IX COMPLIANCE OFFICER(S)

    BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Dr. Matthew Lee and Ms. Kathleen Fonda be appointed as Title VI and Title IX Compliance officers for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    L.  DISABILITIES SECTION 504 AND TITLE II COMPLIANCE OFFICER

    BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of Superintendent, Ms. Kathleen Fonda be appointed as Disabilities Section 504 and Title II Compliance officer for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    M. DATA PROTECTION OFICER

    BE IT RESOLVED that Mrs. Debora Van Slyke be designated as Data Protection Officer for the 2020-2021 school year  to be responsible for the implementation of the policies and procedures required in Education Law §2-d and its accompanying regulations, and to serve as the point of contact for data security and district privacy.


    N. RECORDS MANAGEMENT OFFICER

    BE IT RESOLVED that Mr. Joseph Barretta be appointed as Records Management Officer for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    O. RECORDS ACCESS OFFICER

    BE IT RESOLVED that Ms. Julia Scranton be appointed as Records Access Officer for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    P.  LEAD EVALUATOR

    WHEREAS evidence exists that Ms. Ellen Leuthauser, Dr. Matthew Lee, Dr. Shaun Carney, Ms. Kathleen Fonda and Ms. Debora Van Slyke have completed training which meets the requirements of 8 NYCRR 30-2.9 and the Clinton Central School District Annual Performance Professional Review Plan for certification as a Lead Evaluators of teachers, therefore

    BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Ms. Ellen Leuthauser, Dr. Matthew Lee, Dr. Shaun Carney, Ms. Kathleen Fonda and Ms. Debora Van Slyke be certified as Lead Evaluators of teachers.

     

    Q. LEAD EVALUATOR

    WHEREA, evidence exists that Dr. Stephen Grimm has completed training which meets the requirements of 8 NYCRR 30-2.9 and the Clinton Central School District Annual Performance Professional Review Plan for certification as a Lead Evaluator of teachers/principals, therefore

    BE IT RESOLVED that Dr. Stephen Grimm be certified as Lead Evaluator of teachers/principals.

     

    R.  FINANCIAL ADVISORS

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education hereby appoints R. Timbs Advisory Group, Inc. as Financial Advisor for 2020-2021.

     

    7.  DESIGNATIONS

     

    A.  OFFICIAL NEWSPAPERS

    BE IT RESOLVED that The Waterville Times and The Rome Sentinel be hereby designated as the official newspapers for the school district for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    B.  BANK DEPOSITORIES

    BE IT RESOLVED that NBT Bank be designated as the official bank for financial services for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    C.   MEETING DATES AND TIMES

    BE IT RESOLVED that the regular meetings of the Board to be held on the fourth Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise indicated, in the Secondary Media Center at 5:30 PM.  
       
                                                                                                                                                       

    8.   AUTHORIZATIONS

     

    A.  CERTIFICATION OF PAYROLL

    BE IT RESOLVED that Dr. Stephen L. Grimm, Superintendent, is authorized to Certify Payroll for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    B.   CUSTODIAN OF PETTY CASH         


    BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following be appointed Custodians of Petty Cash for the designated locations and amounts for the 2020-2021 school year:

    Business Office Mr. Joseph Barretta $100
    High School Office Dr. Matthew Lee $100
    Middle School Office Dr. Shaun Carney $100
    Elementary School Office Mrs. Ellen Leuthauser $100
    Athletic Office Mr. Michael King $100

    C.  CONFERENCE, WORKSHOP, CONVENTIONS ATTENDANCE

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Superintendent be authorized to approve attendance at conferences, workshops and conventions as per the 2020-2021 budget.
     

    D.  AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE ON CHECKS

    BE IT RESOLVED that the District Treasurer be authorized to sign all checks using a facsimile signature for 2020-2021.

     

    E.  BUDGET TRANSFER AUTHORIZATION

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Superintendent, or his/her designee, be authorized to approve all budget transfers under the amount of $5000.

     

    F.  GRANTS IN AID APPLICATIONS

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education authorizes the Superintendent, or his designee, to file grant applications for Federal and State Funds for 2020-2021.
     

    G. CHANGE ORDERS

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education delegates authority to approve change orders up to $30,000, which are reasonably necessary to the proper progress and administration of ongoing construction projects and which are within the general scope of the referendum, to the Superintendent of Schools or his designee.  All change orders must be ultimately approved by the Board of Education.

     


    9.  OFFICIAL UNDERTAKINGS

     

    A. COMMERCIAL CRIME INSURANCE APPROVAL

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education provide commercial crime insurance for the positions listed below for 2020-2021 as follows:

    Tax Collector ($1 million)

    District Treasurer ($1 million)

    Extra Classroom Central Treasurer ($1 million)

     

    B. LOANS FROM THE GENERAL FUND

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education hereby authorizes the District Treasurer to loan from the General Fund to the Federal Fund, the Capital Fund, and the Cafeteria Fund only such sums as are necessary to pay the then current payrolls and warrants until revenues are received from the respective funds for 2020-2021.

     

    C. INVESTMENT OF FUNDS

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education hereby authorizes the District Treasurer to invest school district monies in accordance with Section 1604-A and 1723-A of the Education Law and other pertinent regulations for 2020-2021.

     

    10. OTHER DESIGNATIONS    

     

    A. LOCAL ADVISORY COUNCIL

    BE IT RESOLVED that the BOCES Advisory Council for Occupational Education be designated as the Occupational Education Advisory Council for Clinton Central School District for the 2020-2021 school year.    

     

    B. REPRESENTATIVE TO THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF ONEIDA-HERKIMER-MADISON SCHOOL BOARD INSTITUTE

    BE IT RESOLVED that _________________________________ be appointed as the Board’s representative to the Executive Committee of the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison School Boards Institute.  

    This will be a board member yet to be determined.

     

    C.  COMMITTEE ON PRESCHOOL SPECIAL EDUCATION

    BE IT RESOLVED tha upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following people be approved to serve as members of the Committee on Preschool Special Education for the school year 2020-2021:

    Chairperson: Kathleen Fonda 
    An evaluator of the child: On a case by case basis
    A Representative of Oneida County: TBA by Oneida County
    Parent of the Child Student (whenever appropriate)

     

    D.  COMMITTEE ON SPECIAL EDUCATION

    BE IT RESOLVED tha upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following people be approved to serve as members of the Committee on Special Education for the school year 2020-2021.

    Chairperson: Kathleen Fonda 
    School Psychologist: Caterina Kernan
    School Physician/Medical Director: Dr. Christopher Alinea (Slocum Dickson)
    Teacher of Referred Student: On a case-by-case basis
    Special Education Teacher or Related Service Provider: On a case-by-case basis
     
    Education Administrators: Dr. Matthew Lee, Dr. Shaun Carney, Mrs. Ellen Leuthauser
    (On a case-by-case basis for students in their respective buildings)
    Parent of the Child
    Student (whenever appropriate)
     

    E. SUBCOMMITTEE ON PRESCHOOL SPECIAL EDUCATION

    BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, subcommittees on Preschool Special Education be composed of the following:

    ·         Parent of the child.

    ·         At least one regular education teacher of such child (if the child is, or may be, participating in the regular education environment).

    ·         At least one special education teacher, or where appropriate, at least one special education provider (i.e., related service provider) of such child.

    ·         At the discretion of the parent, other individuals who have knowledge or special expertise regarding the child, including related service personnel as appropriate.

    ·         Whenever appropriate the child with a disability.

    ·         For a child in transition from the early intervention program and services (Infant and Toddler Programs), the appropriate licensed or certified professional from the Department of Health’s Early Intervention Program.  This professional must attend all meetings of the CPSE conducted prior to the child’s initial receipt of services.

     

    F.  SUBCOMMITTEE ON SPECIAL EDUCATION


    BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, subcommittees on Special Education be composed of the following:

    ·         The parent of the child.

    ·         At least one regular education teacher of the child (if the child is, or may be participating in the regular education environment.

    ·         At least one special education, or where appropriate, at least one special education provider (i.e., related service provider) for the child.

    ·         Committee on Special Education Chairperson, Subcommittee on Special Education Chairperson or Building Administrator.

    ·         At the discretion of the Parent, other individuals who have knowledge or special expertise regarding the child, including related services personnel as appropriate.

    ·         Whenever appropriate the student with the disability.

    ·         A school psychologist, whenever a new psychological evaluation is reviewed or a change to program option with a more intensive staff/student ration, as set forth in section 200.6(f)(4) of the Regulations of the Commissioner, is considered.

     

    G. IMPARTIAL HEARING OFFICERS

    BE IT RESOLVED that the listing of impartial hearing officers as maintained by the Impartial Hearing Reporting system (IHRS) and the New York State Education Department be approved.
     

    H. OHM BOCES HEALTH CONSORTIUM VOTING DELEGATE

    BE IT RESOLVED that Dr. Stephen L. Grimm, Superintendent, be appointed the voting delegate to the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison (OHM) BOCES School Health Consortium, effective July 1, 2020.

     

    I.  OHM BOCES HEALTH CONSORTIUM SUBSTITUTE VOTING DELEGATE

    BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of schools, the recommendation to approve the designation of Joseph Barretta, Assistant Superintendent for Business, as the substitute voting delegate to the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison (OHM)  BOCES School Health Consortium in the absence of the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Stephen L. Grimm, effective July 1, 2020.

     

    J. WIRE TRANSFERS

    BE IT RESOLVED that the District Treasurer is authorized to execute wire transfers of District Funds.

     

    K. AUTHORIZATION FOR COOPERATIVE BIDDING

    Whereas it is the plan of a number of public school districts in Oneida, Herkimer and Madison Counties, New York to bid jointly for school supplies, equipment, food products, etc.; and whereas the Board of Education is so desirous of participating with other school districts in Oneida, Herkimer and Madison Counties in the joint bidding of the commodities mentioned above as authorized by General Municipal Law, Section 119-0; and whereas the Board of Cooperative Educational Services wishes to appoint a committee to assume the responsibility for drafting of specifications, advertising for bids, accepting and opening bids, tabulating bids, reporting the results to the Board of Education and making recommendations thereon; now therefore, the Clinton  Central School Board of Education hereby appoints the Regional Committee of Business Officials to represent it in all matters related above, and further the Board authorized the above-mentioned committee to represent it in all matters entering into a contract for the purchase of the above mentioned commodities; and further the Board agrees to assume its equitable share of the costs of the cooperative bidding; and finally the Board agrees (1) to abide by majority decisions of the participating districts on quality standards; (2) that unless all bids are rejected, it will comply with the recommendations of the committee; (3) that after award of the contract(s), it will conduct all negotiations directly with the successful bidder(s). 

     

    L. BOARD POLICIES

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education reaffirms previously adopted policies for the 2020-2021 school year subject to the revision and amendments which may be adopted during the year.

     

    M. CELL PHONE, RADIO USE

    BE IT RESOLVED that cell phones may be issued to people in the following positions:

    Superintendent

    Assistant Superintendent for Business

    Building Administrators

    Director of Pupil Personnel Services

    Director of Curriculum and Instruction

    Head Custodian

    Maintenance Department

    Bus Dispatcher

    Bus Drivers - for emergency use on extra driving trips.

    Theatre Manager

    Coordinator of Athletics and Communication
                                        

    N.  MILEAGE RATE

    BE IT RESOLVED to pay mileage at the current IRS rate for the 2020-2021 school year.

     


    Organizational agenda completed. Continue to Regular Meeting.

     

    11. INFORMATION-REPORTS-PROPOSAL/SUPERINTENDENT & STAFF

    A. Bright Spots

    - Graduation

    B. Superintendent’s Report

    - Text Book Proposal   Textbook Purchase Proposal
    - Vision 2025 Update
    - Other


    12.  PUBLIC TO BE HEARD

    The Board encourages public participation on school related matters at Board meetings.  To allow for this, a period of not more than 30 minutes shall be set aside at each Board meeting.  Speakers shall limit their comments to no more than 5 minutes.  The Board will not permit, in public session, discussion involving District personnel or students.  All speakers are to conduct themselves in a civil manner.  Questions and comments from the public concerning matters which are not on the agenda will be taken under consideration and referred to the Superintendent for appropriate action.  If the Board considers a topic extraordinary and requires a discussion taking longer than 30 minutes, the Board will consider designating a separate forum dedicated to that topic.

    The Board Meeting is a meeting held in public, not a public meeting.  While this is an opportunity to speak directly to the Board of Education, please do not expect reciprocal dialogue with the board members or superintendent at the meeting.  If you would like such dialogue, please contact the superintendent. 

     
    13. STANDING RESOLUTIONS (CONSENT AGENDA)

    The items in this section consist mostly of financial items and special education matters that are received on a regular basis, and can be acted upon in a single motion.

    Approval of the following items:

    A. Agenda and Any Additions to Agenda for July 7, 2020                                           

    B. Minutes of the Regular Meeting held on June 17, 2020  Minutes 06/17/20

    C. Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) and Committee on Special Education (CSE) Report:   (Exhibit #2)

    Initial Review 0
    Program Review 0
    Annual Review 9
    Reevaluation (Triennial) 1
    Administrative Transfer 0
    Preschool 1
    504 Review 2
    504 Initial  0
    Amendment w/o Meeting Held 0


    14. BOARD COMMITTEES

    A. Discussion of Committees and Memberships for 2020-2021

    Finance & Audit Committee

    Facilities Committee

    Policy Committee


    B. Discussion of Committee Liaisons for 2020-2021

    District Safety Committee Liaison

    District Technology Committee Liaison

    CCSD Foundation Liaison


    15. NEW BUSINESS

    A. Policy

    1. BE IT RESOLVED that draft policy #9620, Child Abuse in an Educational Setting, be adopted.   Draft Policy #9620                                              
        NOTE: This is the second reading and adoption.

     

    2. BE IT RESOLVED that draft policy #8131.1, Extreme Risk Protection Orders (The Red Flag Plan), be adopted.  Draft Policy #8131.1
        NOTE: This is the second reading and adoption.                            

                                       

    3. BE IT RESOLVED that draft policy #8635, Information and Data Privacy Security, Breach and Notification, and associated exhibit 8635-E,, be adopted.  Draft Policy #8635
        NOTE: This is the second reading and adoption.                           


    B.  BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, in accordance with Board Policy #6150, the attached 2019-2020 line item budget transfers, be approved.  Budget Transfer Items
         

    C.  BE IT RESOLVED that the agreement between the Clinton Central School District and R. Timbs Advisory Group, Inc. to provide financial advisor services, beginning on July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021 be approved.   Agreement with Dr. Timbs       

    This is a contract with the same financial advisors we have been using.


    D.  BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the one year extension of the five year Municipal Contributions Agreement between the Trustees of Hamilton College, the County of Oneida, the Town of Kirkland, the Village of Clinton and the Clinton Central School District made on January 1, 2016, be approved.   Municipal Contribution Agreement


    This is like a PILOT, but is a voluntary contribution that was negotiated between the indicated entities.  The extension allows for more thoughtful consideration of an increase after the COVID crisis.

     

    E. RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR THE CLINTON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

    WHEREAS, the Board of Education of the Clinton Central School District desires to enter  into a 5 year contract with the Madison-Oneida BOCES in order for the Regional Information Center to furnish certain services to the District pursuant to Education Law 1950(4)(jj), those services being: CoSer 505-6360 Instructional Technology Services.

    NOW, THEREFORE, it is

    RESOLVED, that the Board of Education of the Clinton Central School District agrees to enter into a contract with the Madison-Oneida BOCES for the provision of said services to the District not to exceed $121,693.30 plus related borrowing fees, plus yearly Regional Information Center support during the term of this contract, finalized by the Superintendent, subject to the approval of the Commissioner of Education, for a period of 5 year(s); 2020-21, 2021-22, 2022-23, 2023-24, 2024-25.   MORIC Agreement

    This allows us to continue purchasing instructional technology with state aid.


    16. PUBLIC TO BE HEARD

     

    The Board Meeting is a meeting held in public, not a public meeting.  While this is an opportunity to speak directly to the Board of Education, please do not expect reciprocal dialogue with the board members or superintendent at the meeting.  If you would like such dialogue, please contact the superintendent. 


    17. PERSONNEL


    A. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the resignation of Mary Hosey-Pardi from the 1.0 FTE co-curricular position of GSA Advisor, contingent upon her appointment to the 0.5 FTE position of GSA Co-advisor, be approved.  (Exhibit #10)

    She has resigned from the position of school social worker as of December 31, 2020.


    B. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the following co-curricular appointments for the 2020-2021 school year, to be compensated in accordance with Article 15 of the CTA contract, be approved:         

    Mary Hosey-Pardi Gay Straight Alliance Co-advisor  $245.72 Prorated
    Mindy Pavone Gay Straight Alliance Co-advisor  $982.82  Prorated

     

    C. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the following coaching appointments for the 2020-2021 school year, to be compensated in accordance with Article 14 of the CTA contract or other agreements/understandings between the District and CTA, be approved. (Exhibit #11)

    All of these positions have been posted, reviewed, and recommended.

    Michael Tesak Boys' Varsity Hockey Head Coach $5,103.96
    Brandon Rettig Boys' Varsity Hockey Assistant Coach $3,402.64
    Nicole  Ruddy Girls'  Varsity Hockey Head Coach $3,882.47
    Rob Kopek Girls'  Varsity Hockey Assistant Coach $2,495.27
    Mike Hayduk, Jr. Boys' Varsity Basketball Coach $5,103.96
    Brian  Campbell Boys'  JV Basketball Coach $3,277.92
    Steve Sanderson Boys' Modified Basketball Coach  $2,093.68
    Tom Trevisani Boys' Modified Basketball Coach  $2,721.28
    Elaine Hogan Girls' Varsity Basketball Coach $5,103.96
    Cortlynn Jepsen Girls' JV Basketball Coach $3,275.76
    Angelo Gaetano Girls' Modified Basketball Coach $2,153.68
    Norm  Deep, Jr. Co-ed Varsity Indoor Track Head Coach $6,803.20
    Arthur McKinnon Co-ed Varsity Indoor Track Assistant Coach $2,647.14
    Kevin Jones Co-ed Varsity Indoor Track Assistant Coach $2,456.82
    Miranda  Stockbridge Girls' Varsity Volleyball Coach $5,103.96
    Maggie Shaw Girls' JV Volleyball Coach $2,456.82
    Nichelle Kelly Girls' Modified Volleyball Coach  $1,701.32
    Gabrielle  Duell Girls' Modified Volleyball Coach  $1,637.88
    Sharon White Co-ed Varsity Co-ed Bowling Coach $3,783.28
    Brian McIntosh Fall Intramural Fitness Center Coach $442.63
             
    Rocco Bouse Boys Varsity Baseball Coach $4,253.30
    John King Boys Modified Baseball Coach $2,443.80
    Bill Owens Co-ed Varsity Golf Coach $4,307.36
    Hilary Lopata Co-ed Varsity Golf Assistant Coach $1,637.88
    Chris Evans Girls Varsity Lacrosse Coach $5,566.70
    Mike Tesak Girls JV Lacrosse Coach $2,551.98
    Elaine Hogan Girls Varsity Softball Coach $4,253.30
    Reanna  Zappavigna Girls JV Softball Coach $2,456.82
    Paige Plumley Girls Modified Softball Coach $2,047.35
    Peter Smith Boys Varsity Tennis Coach $4,253.30
    Norm Deep, Jr. Co-ed Varsity Track & Field Coach $6,803.20
    Zach Jones Co-ed  Varsity Track & Field Assistant Coach $2,456.82
    Arthur McKinnon Co-ed Varsity Track & Field Assistant Coach $2,551.98
    Stacey Davignon Co-ed Modified Track & Field Coach $2,519.16
    Jon Davignon Co-ed Modified Track & Field Asst. Coach $1,764.76
    Kevin Jones Co-ed Modified Track & Field Asst. Coach $1,637.88

                                     
    D. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the appointment of Michael Pavone to the three year probationary tenure track position of Secondary Spanish teacher at Step 9MA, in accordance with the current CTA agreement, effective September 1, 2020 through August 31, 2023, except to the extent required by the applicable provisions of Education Law § 3014, in order to be granted tenure, the appointee must receive composite of overall annual professional performance review ratings pursuant to Education Law § 3012-c or § 3012-d of either effective or highly effective in at least two of the three preceding years, and if the appointee receives an ineffective composite or overall rating in the final year of the probationary period she shall not be eligible for tenure at that time, be approved.  (Exhibit #12)

    This will be our replacement for a teacher that resigned.  There was an interview committee, he taught a sample lesson, and he was a leader in his previous district as reported by his references. 

    18. QUESTIONS ASKED BY BOARD OF EDUCATION

    A. Summer Workshop Schedule


    19. ADJOURNMENT