• CLINTON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
    BOARD OF EDUCATION
    REGULAR MEETING

     
    Online via Zoom
    June 15, 2021
    5:30pm

     


    Agenda Annotation by Dr. Steve Grimm - in maroon text

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    Board Meeting Agenda Questions


    1. Please email questions you have related to the board packet in advance of the board meeting.  
    2. This will give us time to find answers and even get them back to you in advance of the meeting.  
    3. Certainly questions will arise during the meeting as well, but having a process to research some questions in advance will help us and the board in general.  
    4. For example:
      1. while reading the packet, you may have questions that would help you understand the recommendations.
      2. Compile these questions during or after your reading and email them to Julia by the end of the work day on Monday (the earlier the better).  
      3. Please cc the rest of the board and me.  
    5. We will prepare written answers to any questions we receive and compile them into a single document, which will be emailed to you and/or hand delivered to you on Tuesday.  
    6. There may also be questions that are part of the board questions document that you may want to ask in public as a point of communication to the public as well.

     


     

    Note update on removed item 11x as noted below 4:25 pm, June 15, 2021

     

    Agenda:

    1. CALL TO ORDER

    2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

    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. INFORMATION-REPORTS-PROPOSAL/SUPERINTENDENT & STAFF                                   

    A. Bright Spots
    - Retiree Recognition
    - Administrators' Reports
    - Other

    B. Superintendent’s Report
    - Standards Based Report Cards

    The Elementary School has been working on the implementation of Standards Based Report Cards and you will here an update as to where we are on this.

     

    - Clinton Pool Grant Application

    I have been working with the pool organization for some time now with regard to establish a formal relationship that will enhance their ability to apply for large grants, and to ensure a sustainable partnership between them and the school district.

     

    - Federal Stimulus Funds Update - ARPA and CRRSA

    We have received federal dollars in the form of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA, enacted in December 2020) and the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA, enacted in March 2020).  There are many different uses for these fund as prescribed in the information we have received so far and want the Board to get an idea of how much, for purposes, and for how long we have access to these funds.

     

    - Academic Intervention Services in ES, MS and HS - Update

    We talked about adding an Academic Intervention Teacher in the high school learning center related to address reading and ELA issues for students in the high school especially as we emerge from a challenging year with the pandemic and with the underperforming middle school students related to the TSI school comprehensive plan and data.  You have also heard about a similar idea to add a mathematics Academic Intervention Teacher to assist current middle school students in addition to their regular class support.  I will also introduce an opportunity to add academic intervention services in the elementary school in the form of either teaching assistants or possibly by reducing class size in a particular grade (right now the focus in on the 2nd grade).  You will hear more about the elementary school idea and about the discussion that have already taken place at the elementary school.


    - Other

     

    6. 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 the Agenda for June 15, 2021

    B. Minutes from the Special Meeting held on May 11, 2021   Draft Minutes for 05/11/21 

    C. Minutes from the Annual Meeting held on May 18, 2021    Draft Minutes for 05/18/21                                          

    D. Summary Treasurer’s Report for April 2021   Summary Treasurer's Report

    E. Treasurer’s Report for April 2021   Treasurer's Report

    F. Executive Summary for April 2021   Executive Summary

    G. Revenues/expenditures by Month   Revues/expenditures by Month

    H. Extra-classroom Treasurer’s Report for April 2021  Extra-classroom Treasurer's Report for April 2021 

    I. Extra-classroom Treasurer’s Report for May 2021  Extra-classroom Treasurer's Report for May 2021

    J. Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) and Committee on Special Education (CSE) Report:  (Exhibit #9)

    Initial Review 2
    Program Review 16
    Annual Review 45
    Reevaluation (Triennial) 12
    Administrative Transfer 1
    Amendment w/o Meeting Held 1
    Preschool 21
    504 Review 28
    504 Initial  1
    504 Amendment with Meeting Held 1


    K. Update List of Substitute and Supervisory Personnel  (Exhibit #10)

    In order for someone to be employed by the district, they need to be approved by the Board of Education.  Most have contracts either collectively or individually; however, there are other cases.  This master list allows the Board to see the many different people that are approved, mostly as substitutes, chaperones, and EMTs etc., and it gets updated from time to time.

    L.  MS-4 Report   MS-4 Report

    7. COMMITTEE/LIAISON REPORTS

    Board members serve on committees, or are liaisons to groups, in addition the regular board service.  This is an opportunity for board members to share information related to the committees on which they serve or the group to which they are assigned.

    A. Liaisons

    1. PTA - Ms. Melinda Leising

     

    8. NEW BUSINESS

    8A. BE IT RESOLVED that the agreement between the Omni Group and the Clinton Central School District to provide 403(b) third party administration for the 2021-2022 academic school year, at a cost of $3,700, be approved.  This agreement is in the form of an amendment and reinstatement of the 2015-2016 Service Agreement.   OMNI Agreement

     We use an outside agency to manage retirement accounts; a 403(b) is the teacher employee version of the corporate 401(k).

    8B. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the agreement between the Oneida County Probation Department and the Clinton Central School District to provide Probation Officers for the purpose of Initial Response Team services for the 2021-2022 school year at a cost of $16,466.86, be approved.   Agreement with Oneida County 

    We continue our relationship with the County related to services for our students and families.

    8C. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Contract for Rental of Facilities for 2021-2022 school year.  BOCES Rental Agreement

    We receive rent for the room used to broadcast distance learning classes such as Chinese. 

    8D. BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education accepts a donation for the Elementary school’s playground Project:   Box Tops Donation

        Box Tops for Education    $41.20 

        NOTE: The donation will be deposited into account TA085 Playground.

     Thank you!

    8E. BE IT RESOLVED that the following tax bill revision be approved:  (Exhibit #16)

       Michael Lewis, tax map #338.000-2-47, a decrease of $901.65.

       Michael Lewis, tax map #338.000-2-47.1, a decrease of 213.90.

    From time to time tax bills get revised after decision are made and communicated by the county assessment office.

    8F. BE IT RESOLVED that the agreement between the Clinton Central School District and MARCH Associates to provide architectural services for the upcoming PHASE B – 2018 Capital Project be approved.   Agreement with MARCH Associates

     This is our contract with the architects who will be handling phase B as indicated.

    8G. BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education approves the sale of three school buses through Auction International:   Items for Disposal

    Bus Number Year Make Capacity
    47 2012 International 18
    48 2014 International 66
    49 2014 International 66

    This is how we dispose of retired school buses. 

    8H. BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education accepts the donation of a bench and tree purchased with donations from various employees and organizations, in memory of CCS employee Bryan Hill, with an approximate value of $1100, to be installed on school grounds.   Bryan Hill Memorial

    We have been working with Bryan's son Jason and have received donations from many of our staff.  We look forward to the installation of this tree and bench overlooking the courtyard near where Bryan cared for our school, students, and staff. 

    9. OTHER

    A. BE IT RESOLVED that the Clinton Central School Board of Education acknowledges with gratitude the years of service to the students of CCS and to the District of Nancy Lillibridge, Stephen Sanderson, Lorraine Smith, Tom Willis and Jon Merrill.       

    We thank these incredible employees for their service and wish them well! 

    10. 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. 

     

    11. PERSONNEL

    11A. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the resignation with intent to retire of Jon Merrill, Custodian, after 10 years of service at CCS, in accordance with the current CSEA agreement, effective June 30, 2021, be accepted with regret.  (Exhibit #20)

     

    11B. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the resignation with intent to retire of Thomas Willis, Bus Driver/Custodian after 17 years of service at CCS, in accordance with the current CSEA agreement, effective June 25, 2021, be accepted with regret.  (Exhibit #21)

     

    11C. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the following coaching appointments for the 2021-2022 school year, pending team formation, to be compensated in accordance with Article 14 of the CTA contract or other agreements/understandings between the District and CTA, be approved.   (Exhibit #22)

    Della Smith Co-ed Varsity Cheerleading Head Coach
    Norm Deep, Jr. Co-ed Varsity Cross Country Head Coach
    Miquel Grimm Girls' Varsity Field Hockey Head Coach
    Michael  Scheiderich Boys' Varsity Soccer Head Coach
    Juan Reyes Boys' JV Soccer Head Coach
    Beth Baker Girls' Varsity Soccer Head Coach
    Michelle  Taranto Girls' Modified Soccer Head Coach
    Scott Smith Girls' Varsity Tennis Head Coach
    Rich Maline Boys' Modified Football Head Coach
    Tom Trevisani Boys' Modified Football Assistant Coach

     

    11D. BOARD RESOLUTION –TENURE APPOINTMENTS FOR TEACHERS OR PRINCIPALS SUBJECT TO APPR REQUIREMENTS

    WHEREAS, Education Law section 3012 presently allows the Superintendent to recommend for appointment on tenure those persons who have been found competent, efficient and satisfactory and, in the case of a classroom teacher or building principal who received composite annual professional performance review ratings pursuant to either Sections 3012-c or 3012-d of the Education Law, who have received a composite annual professional performance review rating of either effective or highly effective in at least three of the four preceding years; and

    WHEREAS, such section also presently authorizes the Board of Education to grant tenure contingent upon a teacher or principal’s receipt of a minimum rating in the final year of the probationary period, and if such contingency is not met after all appeals have been exhausted, the grant of tenure shall be void and unenforceable and the teacher's or principal's probationary period may be extended;

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment on tenure of the following individuals, contingent upon the receipt of a minimum rating in the final year of the probationary period as the above-referenced provision of the Education Law presently requires:   (Exhibit #23)

    Name Tenure Area Effective Date
    Heather Cirelli Elementary 9/1/2021
    Erin Muzio Special Education 9/1/2021
    Tayler Clark Secondary Science 9/1/2021
    Kimberly Grace Special Education 9/18/2021
    Kelly Speicher Teacher Assistant 10/25/2021

    Awesome Class of 2021!  Great hires, great teachers, great people!                                                    

    11E. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the appointment of Amie Johnson to the position of Teacher Mentor for the 2021-2022 school year, at a stipend in the amount of $2000 in accordance with Article 27 of the current CTA agreement, be approved.  (Exhibit #24)

     

    11F. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the appointment of Amie Johnson to the position of Professional Development Center Coordinator for the 2021-2022 school year, in accordance with the current CTA agreement, to be compensated at (.4) Step 12MA, be approved.   (Exhibit #24)

     

    11G. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the appointment of Amie Johnson to the position of Instructional Coach/Teacher on Special Assignment for the 2021-2022 school year, in accordance with the current CTA agreement, to be compensated at (.6) Step 12MA, be approved.   (Exhibit #24)

     

    11H. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, a maximum of sixteen summer work days for Amie Johnson, to provide professional development and mentoring coordination services for faculty and administrators, to be compensated at a dailyrate of $348.30 for the 2020-2021 school year, and $359.55 for 2021-2022, be approved.  (Exhibt #25)

     

    11I. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the resignation of Colleen Britcher from the position of aide, contingent upon her appointment to the civil service position of Office Specialst 1, effective May 11, 2021, be accepted.  (Exhibit #26)

     

    11J. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superitendent of Schools, the appointment of Colleen Britcher to the full time provisional civil service position of Office Specialist 1, to be compensated at Step 4, in accordance with the current CSEA agreement, effective May 12, 2021, with a probationary period of 8 to 26 weeks, be approved.   (Exhibit #27)                  

     

    11K. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the following Instructional Leaders be appointed for the 2021-2022 school year with a stipend in the amount of $2000:

    Tammy Mickle Elementary School K-5 Math Building Level Instructional Leader
    Samantha DiPietro Elementary School K-5 Science Building Level Instructional Leader
    Tammy Billard Elementary School K-5 Social Studies Bulding Level Instructional Leader
    Patty Houser Elementary School K-5 Support Services Building Level Instructional Leader
           
    Kelly Gehring Middle School Grade 6 Building Level Instructional Leader
    Judith Scoones Middle School Grade 7 Building Level Instructional Leader 
    Phyllis Lopiccolo Middle School Grade 8 Building Level Instructional Leader (0.5 FTE)
    Natalie Bock Middle School Grade 8 Building Level Instructional Leader (0.5 FTE)
           
    Karen Romano High School ELA 9-12 Building Level Instructional Leader
    Jackie Snizek High School Counseling and Social Work Building Level Instructional Leader
    Roger Wratten High School LOTE 9-12 Building Level Instructional Leader
    Michele Dunn High School Math 9-12 & Business Building Level Instructional Leader
    Meredith  Callaghan High School Science 9-12 & Technology Building Level Instructional Leader
    Brian McIntosh High School Social Studies 9-12 Building Level Instructional Leader
    Christine  Carbone High School Support Services 9-12 Building Level Instructional Leader
           
    Norin Lavender Middle School District Level Music K-12 Instructional Leader
    Amy Pape High School District Level Art K-12 Instructional Leader
    Darcey Cross High School District Level Health, PE and FACS Instructional Leader
    Karen Zaleski High School District Level Library & Technology Integration  K-12 Instr. Leader
    Cynthia  Smiegal High School Nurse Leader

     

    11L. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the following co-curricular appointments for the 2021-2022 school year, to be compensated in accordance with Article 15 of the CTA contract, be approved:                 

     

    High School            
    Teresa Scott Senior Class Advisor/Graduation Coordinator  
    Teresa Scott Senior Ball Advisor        
    Michele Dunn High School National Honor Society Advisor  
    Taylor Clark High School Student Council Co-advisor    
    Andrea Hogan High School Student Council Co-advisor    
    Meredith Callaghan Science Olympiad Co-advisor      
    Kathleen Washburn Science Olympiad Co-advisor      
    Melissa Roy Secondary AV Co-coordinator      
    Karen Zaleski Secondary AV Co-coordinator      
    Roger Wratten Model UN Co-advisor      
    Nicole Goodelle Model UN Co-advisor      
    Angelo Gaetano High School OVA Co-advisor       
    Mindy Pavone High School OVA Co-advisor       
    Angelo Gaetano High School Art Club Co-advisor    
    Mindy Pavone High School Art Club Co-advisor    
    Angelo Gaetano Junior Class Advisor/Prom Coordinator    
    Margaret Steele Ninth Grade Class Advisor      
    Kathleen Washburn Tenth Grade Class Advisor      
    Frank Aurigema High School Science Fair Coordinator    
    Michael Stanton High School Mathletics Advisor      
    Jenna Wratten Drama Club Co-advisor      
    Keith DeStefanis Drama Club Co-advisor      
    Jennifer Edmunds Awards Committee Chair      
    Kathleen Washburn HS Rachel's Warriors Co-advisor    
    Mindy Pavone HS Rachel's Warriors Co-advisor    
    Mallory Faffley Gay Straight Alliance Co-advisor    
    Mindy Pavone Gay Straight Alliance Co-advisor    
    Jenna Wratten High School Musical Director      
    Keith DeStefanis High School Musical Technical Director    
    Jenna Wratten High School Musical Vocal Director    
    John Krause High School Musical Rehearsal/Pit Pianist    
    Jenna Wratten High School Musical Producer      
    Norin Lavender High School Musical Pit Orchestra Director  
    Patrick St. Thomas High School Musical Choreographer    
    Keith DeStefanis High School Musical Publicity Advisor    
    Gail Tucker High School Musical Costumer      
    Amy Pape High School Musical Art Director    
    Norin Lavender Marching Band Director      
    Norin Lavender Jazz Band Director        
    Jenna Wratten Chamber Singers (Show Choir) Director    
    Ryan O'Rourke High School Musical Set Construction Advisor  
    Kelly Landry High School Musical Assistant to the Director  
    Janelle Conklin High School Chamber Orchestra Director    
                 
    Middle School            
    Susan King National Junior Honor Society Advisor    
    Ryan O'Rourke Middle School Technology Exploratory Advisor  
    Amy Pape Middle School OVA Advisor      
    Aften Ford MS Rachel's Warriors Co-advisor    
    Mallory Faffley MS Rachel's Warriors Co-advisor    
    Trisha Boucher Middle School Yearbook Co-advisor    
    Adriane Gemelli Middle School Yearbook Co-advisor    
    Adriane Gemelli Middle School Mathcounts Advisor    
    Nataile Bock Middle School Student Council  Co-advisor    
    Michelle Taranto Middle School Student Council  Co-advisor    
    Hilary Lopata Middle School Musical Director& Producer  
    Hilary Lopata Middle School Musical Choreographer    
    Lisa Jones Middle School Musical Assistant Director    
    Lisa Jones Middle School Musical Vocal Director    
    Keith DeStefanis Middle School Musical Publicity Director    
    Amy Pape Middle School Musical Artistic Director    
    Ryan O'Rourke Middle School Musical Set Construction Advisor  
    Keith DeStefanis Middle School Musical Crew Advisor    
    Trisha Boucher Middle School Science Fair Coordinator    
    Amy Pape Middle School Art Club Director    
    Sarah Gaetano Middle School Project LIT advisor    
                 
    Elementary School            
    Lynn Hall Olympics of the Visual Arts Advisor    
    Katie Parker STEAM Advisor        
    Kelly Landry Elementary Science Fair Co-advisor    
    Sarah Hullar Elementary Science Fair Co-advisor    
    Heather Cirelli Elementary Math Olympiad and Continental Math Advisor
    Lynn Hall Elementary Art Club Advisor      

     

    11M. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the unpaid family care leave for Jesse Jacobs, special education teacher, beginning on or about November 1, 2021 through November 15, 2021, be approved.  (Exhibit #28)

     

    11N. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the unpaid family care leave for Kayla Mercer Doroshenko, elementary teacher, beginning on or about October 26, 2021 through November 19, 2021, be approved.  (Exhibit #29)

     

    11O. BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education hereby approves the Extension and Amendment to the Superintendent’s Employment Agreement dated February 28, 2017, and authorizes the Board President to execute the necessary Agreement pertaining to said Extension and Amendment; and

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the District Clerk is hereby directed to maintain a copy of the Agreement in a supplemental file to the minutes of this Board meeting and to maintain the signed original of the Agreement with Dr. Grimm’s personnel file. (Exhibit #30)

     

    11P. BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education hereby approves the Extension and Amendment to the Assistant Superintendent for Business’ Employment Agreement dated February 28, 2017, and authorizes the Board President to execute the necessary Agreement pertaining to said Extension and Amendment; and

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the District Clerk is hereby directed to maintain a copy of the Agreement in a supplemental file to the minutes of this Board meeting and to maintain the signed original of the Agreement with Mr. Barretta’s personnel file.   (Exhibit #31)

     

    11Q. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the contract between Julia Scranton, Confidential Secretary to the Superintendent/District Clerk, and the Clinton Central School District, effective July 1, 2021, be approved.   (Exhibit #32)

    11R. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the contract between Jennifer Kelly, payroll clerk, and the Clinton Central School District, effective July 1, 2021, be approved.   (Exhibit #33)

    11S. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the contract between Michael King, Coordinator of Athletics and Communication, and the Clinton Central School District, effective July 1, 2021, be approved.  (Exhibit #34)

    11T. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the following placements be approved:  (Exhibit #35)

    1. Courtney Cohran, student teaching under the supervision of elementary teacher Tammy Billard (Septemebr 7 through December 10).

    2. Jocelyn Schneider, student teaching under the supervision of elementary teacher Heather Cirelli (16 weeks beginning September 7).

    11U. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the resignation of Anthony DeBernardis from the position of bus driver, effective June 18, 2021, be accepted with regret.   (Exhibit #36)

    11V. BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the resignation of Arthur McKinnon from coaching positions held in the track & field program effective May 14, 2021, be accepted.    (Exhibit #37)

    11W.   BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the following students be appointed as Student Helpers, to be paid minimum wage, effective July 6, 2021 through August 20, 2021.  (Exhibit #38)

          Justin Tague, Connor Rudwall, Gianni Sperduto- Bell, Anthony DeVasto

    11X.  BE IT RESOLVED that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the appointment of Jacob Bialek to the four year probationary tenure track position of physical education teacher at Step 1BA, in accordance with the current CTA agreement, effective September 1, 2021 through August 31, 2025,  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 three of the four 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 #39)                                 

    Mr. Bialek is the unanimous recommendation to take the place of retiring Mr. Sanderson at the high school in the area of physical education.                                               

    UPDATE:  Note the strike-through removal of this agenda item for this evening.  More time is needed to analyze the proportion of PE FTE across the buildings in order to ensure related needs are being met K-12.  We should have a resolution before the next meeting, which is scheduled for July 6, 2021.

    12. QUESTIONS BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION

     This is an opportunity for board member discussion with one another.

    13.  ADJOURNMENT

     There is no need for an executive session.