• CLINTON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
    BOARD OF EDUCATION
    SPECIAL MEETING 

    Via Zoom
    April 27, 2021
    6:00pm

     


    Agenda Annotation by Dr. Steve Grimm - in maroon text

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    1. CALL TO ORDER

    2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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    3. READING OF THE MISSION STATEMENT

    Clinton Central School proudly educates and empowers all students to realize their potential in becoming thoughtful, empathetic and contributing members of a global society.

    4. 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. 

    5. STANDING RESOLUTIONS (CONSENT AGENDA)

    Approval of the following items:

    A. Agenda and Any Additions to the Agenda for April 27, 2021            

    B. Minutes from the Regular Meeting held on April 20, 2021  Minutes 04/20/21

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

    Initial Review 0
    Program Review 0
    Annual Review 0
    Reevaluation (Triennial) 0
    Administrative Transfer 0
    Preschool 4
    504 Review 0
    504 Initial  2
    Amendment w/o Meeting Held 0


    6. NEW BUSINESS

    A. WHEREAS, the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES tentative administration budget is adopted by public resolution; and

    WHEREAS, copies of the tentative administration, capital and program budgets were received on March 29, 2021 and an information meeting was presented via Zoom on April 14, 2021;

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education approves the tentative administrative budget of the Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Sole Supervisory District of Oneida, Herkimer and Madison Counties, in the amount of $3,786,150.05 for 2021-2022.  BOCES Budget Information

    It is required that BOCES component boards of education vote on the administrative budget annually all on the same day.  We also vote on board member candidates as noted in the next resolution.  Clinton has a board member Michael Moore who is currently on the BOCES board and at some point, he will be up for election again.

    B. WHEREAS, the election of Cooperative Board members is to occur by resolution; and

    WHEREAS, notification was received on March 28, 2021 of the slate of candidates, and an information meeting was presented via Zoom on April 1, 2020; 

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that, the Board of Education casts its vote(s) in the annual election of members for a three year term to the Board of Cooperative EducationalServices, Sole Supervisory District of Oneida, Herkimer and Madison Counties, for the persons indicated on the ballot.  BOCES Board Candidates

    1. Ms. Doreen Corbin (Brookfield)                                                                        

    2. Ms. Elaine Falvo (New Hartford)

    3. Mr. Joseph H. Hobika, Jr., Esq. (Utica)

    4. Mrs. Heather Johnson (Westmoreland)                                                                     

    7. PERSONNEL                                                                                                         

    The following two items go together with Patrick taking over for Samantha

    A. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the resignation of Samantha DiPietro form the position of High School Musical Choreographer, effective April 20, 2021, be accepted with regret.  (Exhibit #5)

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

    Patrick St. Thomas       High School Musical Choreographer

    NOTE: Mr. St. Thomas is replacing the choreographer who was approved at a previous meeting.          

    8. QUESTIONS BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

    9. ADJOURNMENT