Aug. 21, 2018 Agenda and Consent Agenda

BOARD OF EDUCATION                                                     

REGULAR MEETING

Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at District Office

Regular Session                 7:00 p.m.

AGENDA *Revised

I.   Call to Order                     7:00 p.m.

II.    Approval of Minutes

III.   Reports, Recommendations of the Superintendent of Schools

1.   Consent Agenda

2.   Designation of 2018-2019 CSE & CPSE Committee Members

3.  Approval of CSE / CPSE Recommendations

4.  District’s Bi-Annual Special Education Summary/Overview of District’s Two Year Special Education Plan

5.  Approval / Special Education District Plan for 2018-2019 & 2019-2020 School Years

6.  Presentation: Potential Capital Project

7.  Board Approval of Resolution to Classify of Proposed Action under SEQRA

8.  Presentation: Elementary Summer School Report

9.  Presentation: Middle School Summer School Report  

10. Presentation: Staffing Report

         *****     Public Participation     *****

11.  Donation: Acknowledge Receipt and Acceptance

12.  Approval of the 2018-2019 District-wide Safety Plan 

13.  Designation / Disposition of Surplus Text and Library Books

14.  Approval of Amended / New Policies for Second*  Reading

    •   Amended Policy 7222

     •   Amended Policy 7131

     •   New Policy 7221

      •   Amended Policy 5660

15.  Upcoming Meetings, Events / Old, New Business / Updates

IV.  Business & Finance

1.   Claims Auditor’s Reports

2.   District Treasurer’s Report/Cash Flow

3.   Approval of 2018-2019 Tax Warrant

4.   Authorization / Withdrawal from Tax Certiorari Reserve Fund  

5.   Budget Transfers Report – Acknowledge Receipt and Acceptance

            *****     Public Participation     *****

V.   Consideration of Executive Session

       *    Attorney Client Privilege – Litigation

VI.            Adjournment

Addition to Agenda *

Board Approval of Agreement for Special Education Services

Recommend the Board of Education approve the agreement for Special Education Services with Kiryas Joel UFSD for the 2018-2019 school year, and authorize the Board President to sign said agreement on behalf of the District.

 

 

MEMORANDUM Accompanying Board Agenda – August 21, 2018

AGENDA

I.   Call to Order

Regular Session                                                7:00 PM

II. Approval of Minutes

The Board of Education will be asked to approve the minutes of the July 31, 2018 and Aug. 15, 2018 board meetings as submitted by the District Clerk.

III.  Reports, Recommendations of the Superintendent of Schools

2.  Consent Agenda

Recommend the Board of Education approve the following revised* Consent Agenda as submitted by the Superintendent of Schools:

Creation

Board approval authorizing the creation of the following positions:

Non-Instructional

  • (2) Two 6.0 hours/per day School Monitor positions, effective September 4, 2018, salary as per contract. (Current need at PAK)
  • (1) One 0.5 hours/per day School Monitor positions, effective September 4, 2018, salary as per contract. (To be combined with an existing 6.0 hours/day position with the current need at CVMS)

Resignations

Instructional

Antonia Loconte, resignation from her position as a  1.0 FTE Secondary Music Teacher, effective at the close of business September 13, 2018.  

Lauren Mahoney, resignation  from her position as a 6 hours/day Teaching Assistant effective at the close of business August 29, 2018 . 

Non-Instructional

Melinda Chopko, resignation, for the purpose of retirement, from her position as a  2.0 hours/day School Monitor effective at the close of business August 1, 2018.  

Deborah Howard, resignation, for the purpose of retirement, from her position as a  6.0 hours/day School Monitor effective at the close of business August 1, 2018.  

Laura Blachetta, resignation from her position as a 3.0 hours/day School Monitor, effective at the close of business August 22, 2018. 

Marie Darrell, resignation from her position as a 2.0 hours/day School Monitor, effective at the close of business August 1, 2018.  

Dennise Johnson, resignation for the purpose of retirement, from her position as a 1.0 FTE 12-month typist effective at the close of business September 3, 2019.  

*Donna Vesely, resignation from her position as a 10-month typist, effective at the close of business on September 7, 2018.

Appointments 

Instructional    

Megan Collins, who holds an Initial certificate in Childhood Education 1-6, be appointed to the position of 1 FTE Permanent Substitute in the Elementary tenure area for the period of September 4, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019.  Salary at BA, Step 1. 

Jennifer Harp, whose initial *certificate is in Speech & Language Disabilities, be appointed to the probationary position as a 1.00 FTE Speech Teacher in the tenure area of Speech & Hearing Handicapped for a four-year probationary period commencing September 04, 2018 and ending September 03, 2022.  Salary MA, Step 1. Be it further resolved that, to the extent applicable under Education Law Section 3012-d and the accompanying Commissioner’s Regulations, in order to be considered for tenure, Jennifer Harp, must have received an APPR rating of effective or highly effective in three of the four probationary years and must not receive an ineffective in the fourth year.

Christopher Moll, who holds a Professional certificate in Students with Disabilities Gr. 7-12 English, be appointed to the probationary position as a 1.00 FTE Teacher-Special Education in the tenure area of Special Education (General) for a four-year probationary period commencing September 04, 2018 and ending September 03, 2022.  Salary MA, Step 6 of the salary schedule.  Be it further resolved that, to the extent applicable under Education Law Section 3012-d and the accompanying Commissioner’s Regulations, in order to be considered for tenure, Christopher Moll, must have received an APPR rating of effective or highly effective in three of the four probationary years and must not receive an ineffective in the fourth year.

Marc A. Gittleman, who holds a Professional certificate in Math 7-12, be appointed to the position of 1.0 FTE Teacher-Secondary in the Mathematics  tenure area, for a three-year probationary period commencing September 04, 2018 and ending *September 13, 2021. Salary MA30, Step 9 of the salary schedule. Be it further resolved that, to the extent applicable under Education Law Section 3012-d and the accompanying Commissioner’s Regulations, in order to be considered for tenure, Marc Gittleman, must have received an APPR rating of effective or highly effective in two of the three probationary years and must not receive an ineffective in the third year/Receiving Jarema Credit for prior service.

Casie Snow-Hebel, whose initial certificate is pending in Music, be appointed as a part-time, non-tenure bearing position of .5 FTE Teacher in the Music tenure area for the period of September 4, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019. Salary for the 2018-2019 school year will be BA, Step 1.

Kayla Gross, who holds an Initial certificate in Childhood Education 1-6, be appointed to the position of 1.0 FTE Permanent Substitute in the Elementary tenure area for the period of September 4, 2018 and ending November 2, 2018.  Salary at BA, Step 1. 

Non-Instructional

Susan Maggiolo, probationary appointment of to a 3.0 Hours/Day position of Food Service Helper effective September 04, 2018 salary as per contract.

Christopher Gorman probationary appointment of as a full-time 10/month School Security Aide effective September 04, 2018, salary as per contract, noting he is certified for such appointment through the Orange County Department of Human Resources.  

Susan Healy, change of assignment as a  6 HRS/DAY School Monitor at the EJ Russell Elementary School Health Office effective September 04, 2018 salary as per contract, pending receipt of First Aid and CPR certification and Child Abuse & Maltreatment training course verification.

Paige Fox, who holds a probationary position as a Food Service Helper, be approved for an increase in hours (from 3.0 hrs/day) to a 3.75 hour/day, effective September 4, 2018, salary as per contract.

 Lisa Sullivan*probationary appointment as a full-time 12 month/year Typist, effective August 27, 2018 at an annual salary of $29,481 (pro-rated), noting she is certified for such appointment through the Orange County Department of Human Resources. *Such appointment is conditioned upon the District’s receipt of clearance for employment from the N.Y. State Education Department relating to the fingerprinting and criminal history record check of the prospective school employees. The emergency conditional segments of the appointments shall commence as of August 22, 2018 and shall not exceed twenty (20) business days.

Co-Curricular

Crispell Middle School

Board of Education approval for the appointment of the following instructional staff member teaching half (.5)* of a  sixth period/additional assignment for the 2018-2019 school year at half of the annual contractual stipend, (These classes are every other day, therefore, these teachers will receive half of  the sixth period annual contract stipend*): 

  • Patricia Hoehmann, Math (CMS)
  • Marc Gittleman, Math (CMS)

Board of Education approval for the appointment of the following instructional staff member teaching a sixth period/additional assignment for the 2018-2019 school year effective September 4, 2018 through June 30, 2018 at an annual contractual stipend as per contract:

  • James Wright, Adaptive PE
  • Melissa Meere, Gr.7 AIS Media Class
  • Kathryn Green, Gr.8 AIS Media Class

Sixth Period Duty – CMS

Board approval for the appointment of the following instructional staff members assigned cafeteria supervision as an extra sixth period duty for the 2018-2019 school year at the annual contractual stipend as per contract:               

  • Keith Bischof                                     
  • Terese Chaikin
  • Kimberly Craft
  • Valerie George
  • Nicholas Glielmi
  • Russell Hennig
  • Matthew Schomber                      

Extracurricular 

Pine Bush Elementary School

Board approval of the following extra-curricular appointments for the 2018-2019 school year at the appropriate extra-curricular stipends:

  • Alisa Balestrino, Engineering Adventures Club Advisor@ Level V, Step 1 (2)

E. J. Russell Elementary School                                                                              

  • Naomi Bush, Odyssey of the Mind Co-Coach @ Level III, Step 5 (6)  
  • Doreen Sandor, Odyssey of the Mind Co-Coach @ Level III, Step 1 (1)  

Crispell Middle School

Board approval to rescind* /approve** the following extra-curricular appointments for the 2018-2019 school year at the appropriate co-curricular stipends:

  • Linda Bradley, Drama Club Co-Advisor  (Rescind*)
  • Ralph Wagner, Drama Club Co-Advisor, Level V, Step 1 (1) (Approve**)

Per Diem Substitutes

Board approval for the appointment of the following individuals as per diem substitutes effective August 22, 2018 (or as noted*) at board approved per diem substitute rates:

  • Marcia Acevedo
  • Douglas Babcock
  • Kim Dodd
  • Zackary Newman
  • Ernestine Picone
  • Cora Emily Ronson* effective 8/1/2018
  • Nicholas Wise 

Board approval to amend the appointment of the following individual as per diem substitute effective August 1, 2018 at board approved per diem substitute rates:

  • Donna McCarthy             

Interscholastic                                              

Board approval of the  following interscholastic fall coaching appointment for the 2018-2019 school year:     

Girls Soccer       

  • Jen Kirby, Modified Coach@ Level III, Step 5 (6)

Boys Soccer       

  • Marc Gittleman, Modified Coach@ Level III, Step 1 (1)**            

Football              

  • David DeGroodt, Volunteer-Unpaid Coach*/**

Volleyball          

  • Megan Collins, Volunteer-Unpaid Coach**

*Such appointment is conditioned upon the District’s receipt of clearance for employment from the N.Y. State Education Department relating to the fingerprinting and criminal history record check of the prospective school employees. The emergency conditional segments of the appointments shall commence as of August 22, 2018 and shall  not exceed twenty (20) business days.

** Pending completion of coaching requirements/coaching license.

Continuing Education

Board approval for the appointment of the following individuals (including student positions) as  instructors, assistants, counselors or lifeguards for continuing education for the 2018-2019 school year. All positions and salaries are contingent upon enrollment.

INSTRUCTOR NAME                        CLASS/POSITION                                            PAY  

  • Gillian Batchasingh                          Body Sculpt/Kettle & Core    $65-$80/student
  •  Paul ‘Rob’ Bisaillon                          Soccer skills                                  $40-$50/student
  •  Michael Brock                                    Adult Basketball                          $16/hr.
  • Carol Jean Bull-Knuth                     Field Hockey                                  $40-$50/student
  •  Michael Ciarelli                                  SAT prep                                         $75/student
  • Decat Driving School                    Driver Education                            $415/student
  • Ellen Dolan-Wesler                          Yoga                                                  $75/student
  • Gayle Fisher                                       French / Let’s Read                    $40-$65/student
  •  Hobby Quest                                     Magic / Aviation                        $108-$120/student
  • Traci Johnson                                     Drama Club/Acting Academy   $40-$50/student
  • David Hurst                                         SAT prep                                       $75/student
  • Melyssa Klempner Amelio           Volley Kids                                    $40-$50/student
  • Nicholas Licata                                   Self-Defense for Kids/Women                       $90-$100/student
  • Yolanda Medrano                            Zumba                                                $60-$75/student
  • Shane Merone                                  Basketball (boys & girls)            $35-$50/student
  •  James Mullen                                    Lifeguard certification           $125-$190/student
  • James Mullen                                    First Aid/CPR/AED certification                      $20-$35/student
  •  James Mullen                                    WSI Learn to Swim                        $15-$25/hr
  • Clark Najac                                          Indoor Soccer (boys & girls)                             $15-$25/student         
  • Jake Najac                                           Indoor Soccer (boys & girls)       $15-$25/student         
  • Richard Nathan                                 Business Class – Investing / Real Estate       $40/student
  • Beverly Nathan                                 Business Class – Finance/Starting Own BN  $40/student
  • Richard Ormsby                                Wrestling                                         $40-$50/student
  •  Sharon Panaro                                  Pickleball                             Volunteer
  •  James Post                                         Adult Soccer                           Volunteer
  • Kristin Raucci                                      Wellness Classes                 $25-$35/student
  • Michael Raucci                                  Concussion Prevention     $35-$55/student
  • Michael Reineke                              Lifeguard certification          $125-$190/student
  • Michael Reineke                              First Aid/CPR/AED certification                      $20-$35/student
  •  Logan Roebuck                                 Boys lacrosse                           $40-$50/student
  • William Ruggles                                 Driver Education instructor                              $300/semester
  • William Ruggles                                 Pre-licensing instructor    $200-$250/class           
  • Shannon Stewart                             Indoor Soccer Grades K-3  $30-$50/student
  • Andrea Urmston                              Karate Forms                    Volunteer
  • Maria Vanini-Brown                        Adult Volleyball                    $30/student

 

3.  Designation of 2018-2019 CSE & CPSE Committee Members

The board of education will be asked to approve the designation of the following individuals as members of the Committee on Special Education (CSE) and Committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) for the 2018-2019 school year.  (The special education teacher members of the CSE also serve as the special education teacher members of the CSE Subcommittee in their respective buildings.  The school psychologists will continue to serve as Subcommittee Chairpersons in their respective buildings).

Committee on Special Education Members:

Chairperson(s):      

Terrilyn Cohn                           

Rosemary Maninno

Katie Viola

Jessica Cirigliano

Teresa Hatfield

Sandra Mullarkey

Paul Hutter

Erica Walentin

School Psychologists/Subcommittee Chairpersons:

Laurie Bush

Jessica Cirigliano

Shannon Hughes

Melissa Bertuccio

Teresa Hatfield

Paul Hutter

Huma Imtiaz

Sandra Mullarkey

Katie Viola

Erica Walentin

Additional Committee on Special Education and Sub-committee members:  All relevant district employed Related Service Providers, Special Education Teachers and Regular Education Teachers.

CSE & CPSE Parent Members:

Heidi Camacho

Colleen Hasbrouck

Wendy Landolina

Lisa Nathan

Committee on Preschool Special Education Members:

Chairperson:

Terrilyn Cohn

 Rosemary Mannino

Katie Viola

Teresa Hatfield

Co-Chairperson:

Erica Walentin

CPSE Special Education Teachers:  

District Employed Elementary School Teachers

 CPSE General Education Teacher:   

Ernie Martin

Karyn Schoeber

Sue Cartisano   

 Tutor:    

Marjorie Fox (Rate: $50.00 per hour)

Additional CPSE Members:

  •   a professional who participated in the evaluation of the child;
  •   a certified or licensed professional designated by the agency charged
              with  the  responsibility of the child in the birth-to-two system, if any;

 the county may appoint a certified or licensed professional to be a
 member  of the Committee on Preschool Special Education.

Special programs will continue to keep the Board of Education informed as to any additions and/or deletions which may alter the above committees.

4.  Approval of CSE & CPSE Placement Recommendations

Recommend the Board of Education acknowledge receipt and acceptance of the Committee on Special Education and Committee on Preschool Special Education placement recommendations as submitted by the CSE & CPSE Chairpersons, and reviewed by Trustee Greer.

5.  District’s Bi-Annual Special Education Summary / Overview of District’s Two Year Special Education Plan

Terrilyn Cohn, Director of Special Programs, will be in attendance Tuesday evening to present a bi-annual summary report of the CSE & CPSE placements and program numbers, as well as 504 update. She will also present an overview of the District’s Two Year Special Education Plan for 2018-2019.      

6. Approval / Special Education District Plan for 2018-2019 & 2019-2020 School Years

Recommend the Board of Education approve the District Plan for the 2018-2019 & 2019-2020 School Years in accordance with Section 200.2© Regulations of the Commissioner of Education (Part 200–Children with Disabilities) as submitted by Terrilyn Cohn, Director of Special Programs.

7. Presentation: Potential Capital Project

Superintendent Tim Mains and Assistant Superintendent Michael Pacella, accompanied by Chris Ladanyi and Chris Colby (from the Architecture Firm of Clark Patterson Lee) will provide a further update of the on behalf of the District’s Central Design Committee (Superintendent Tim Mains, Mike Pacella, Jim Licardi, Eric Winter, and John Hicks). An informative PowerPoint will be provided Tuesday evening.

8. Board Approval of Resolution to Classify of Proposed Action under SEQRA

Recommend the Board of Education approve the following resolution to Classify of Proposed Action under SEQRA:

PINE BUSH CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT RESOLUTION

STATE ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY REVIEW ACT

DISTRICT-WIDE RENOVATION PROJECT

WHEREAS, the Board of Education of the Pine Bush Central School District (“Board” or “District”) is considering a proposed capital improvement project consisting of the following: site and athletic field renovations, refurbishments and upgrades; building interior and exterior renovations, alterations and upgrades; and improvements to security systems and classroom technology at its District-wide school buildings and sites, including original furnishings, equipment, machinery, apparatus, appurtenances and incidental improvements and expenses in connection therewith, as described in the July 31, 2018 presentation to the Board by Clark Patterson Lee  (the “Proposed Action”); and

WHEREAS, the Proposed Action is subject to review under the State Environmental Quality Review Act and the Regulations promulgated thereunder (“SEQRA 6 NYCRR Part 617”).

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, that the Board declares and confirms that:

1. Based upon the information before it and under the applicable standards of SEQRA 6 NYCRR Part 617, the Proposed Action is classified as an Unlisted Action; and

2. The Board directs its architects Clark Patterson Lee to complete the appropriate forms and documents as required under SEQRA 6 NYCRR Part 617 in relation to the Proposed Action for future and further consideration and action by the Board.

Dated: August 21, 2018                 

9. Presentation: Elementary Summer School Report

The Assistant Elementary Principals will present a report on our Elementary Summer School Program. A PowerPoint  presentation will be included.

10. Presentation: Middle Summer School Report

Assistant Principals Jennifer Lepore and Seth Siegel (summer school administrators) will present a PowerPoint  report on Middle Summer School.

11. Presentation: 2018-2019 Staffing Report

The 2018-2019 Staffing Report, will be presented by Executive Director of Human Resource, Ryan Reed. The report presented consists of two (2) components:

A chart providing a comparison of teacher/administrative staffing counts by tenure areas and buildings for the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 school years; and,

a narrative report that provides the rationale for each increase and/or decrease within the specific tenure areas.

  *****     Public Participation     *****

12. Acknowledge Receipt and Acceptance of Donations

Recommend the Board of Education officially acknowledge receipt and acceptance of the following donations:

  • Check in the amount of $6,000 on behalf of Hannaford Supermarket (Pine Bush, NY location) for Pine Bush Central School District.
  • Check in the amount of $1,500 (anonymous donation) specifically for the implementation of a First Aid Club at Pine Bush High School.                 

13.  Approval of the 2018-2019 District-wide Safety Plan 

Recommend the Board of Education acknowledge receipt and acceptance of the District-wide School Safety Plan for the 2018-2019 school year, as reviewed and submitted by the District’s Health, Safety, and Wellness Committee.   

14. Designation & Disposition of Surplus Text and Library Books

Recommend the Board of Education designate and approve disposition of the following surplus text books:

Text books and Library Books as submitted at the request of Elizabeth Halsey Sproul, E. J. Russell Elementary School Principal,  as outdated and/or in poor condition, therefore, unusable in accordance with Policy #5250 SUBJECT: Disposition of Surplus Property, and authorizes the disposition of the books submitted under the direction of Michael Pacella , Assistant Superintendent for Business.

                (List to be attached to the minutes).

15. Approval of Amended /New Policies for Second Reading /Adoption

Amended Policy 7222

Recommend the Board of Education approve amended Policy 7222 for second reading/adoption:

Amended Policy 7222 – Diploma or Credential Options for Students with Disabilities

Amended Policy 7131

 Recommend the Board of Education approve amended Policy 7131 for second reading/adoption:

 Amended Policy 7131- Education of Students in Temporary Housing (replacing former 7131 Education of     Homeless Children & Youth)

New Policy 7221

Recommend the Board of Education approve new Policy 7221 for second reading/adoption:          

New Policy 7221 – Participation in Graduation Ceremonies and Activities

Amended Policy 5660

The Board of Education approve amended Policy 5660 for first reading: Policy 5660 – Meal Charging and Prohibition Against Meal Shaming (replacing former 5660 School Food Service Program Lunch and Breakfast)

16. Upcoming Board Meetings, Events / Old, New Business / Updates

Our upcoming board meetings and events should be announced Tuesday evening.

The start time for the regular sessions of our board meetings –   7:00 p.m., unless otherwise noted.     

Regular Board Meetings:

  • Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 7:00 PM at Pine Bush High School
  •  Tuesday, September 23, 2018, 7:00 PM at Circleville Middle School

Other District Meetings:

  • September 24, 2018, 5:30 PM at District Office Audit Committee Mtg.               

    Upcoming Events:

  • Monday,   August 20, 2018, 4:00 PM, PBHS Summer Graduation in the Auditorium
  • Wednesday, August 22, 2018, 6:00 PM, Freshman Orientation Pine Bush HS 
  • Wednesday, August 29, 2018, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM, 6th Grade Orientation at Circleville MS
  • Wednesday, August 29, 2018, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM, 6th Grade Orientation at Crispell MS
  • Tuesday September 4, 2018, First Day of School for Staff

   7:30 AM, Continental Breakfast Cafeteria followed by

    8:00 AM, Opening Convocation in Pine Bush HS High School Auditorium

 Board members are invited to attend, if available to do so.

  • Wednesday, September 5, 2018, First Day of School for Students
  • Wednesday, September 5, 2018, 7:00 PM

OSBA Delegates’ Meeting at OU BOCES Admin. Conference Room

  • Monday, September 10, 2018, Rosh Hashanah/No School

IV.          Business & Finance

1.            Claims Auditor’s Reports

Recommend the Board of Education acknowledge receipt and acceptance of the following Claims Auditor’s Reports as submitted:

*Claims Auditor’s Report covering Warrant PND2 dated 8/2/2018 payroll authorizing payments in the amount of $14,689.30                                                                            

Trust & Agency Acct. (checks)                                                                $                              .56

General Fund (1 check 054202)                                                                                 14,688.74

Total          $                 14,689.30

*Claims Auditor’s Report covering Warrant # 0006 dated 7/25/2018 payroll authorizing payments in the amount of $223,306.56                                                         

Trust & Agency Acct. (4 checks 003711-003714)   $ 223,306.56

Total          $   223,306.56

*Claims Auditor’s Report covering Warrant #0007, dated 7/26/2018 check run, authorizing payments in the amount of $1,466,096.14

Cafeteria Fund (3 checks 004613-004624) $ 281.30

Trust & Agency Acct. (0 checks)                                                                                  2,209.00

 Academy of Finance (1 check 001611)                                                                            32.54

 Federal Fund (1 check 002358)                                                                                        215.03

 Capital Fund (7 checks 001712-001718)                                                                472,757.30

 General Fund (57 checks 054145-054201)                                                          989,299.55

 District Activity AC (3 checks 004425-004427)                                                        1,301.42

Total          $   1,466,096.14

*Claims Auditor’s Report covering Warrant #0008, dated 8/2/2018 check run, authorizing payments in the amount of $ 1,638,330.77

Cafeteria Fund (2 checks 004634-004635)   $  873.99

Trust & Agency Acct. (0 check)   .56

Federal Fund (4 checks 002359-002362)                                                                24,774.20         

Capital Fund (3 checks 001719-001721)                                                                  36,829.25

General Fund (42 checks 054202-054243)                                                      1,575,852.77

Total          $  1,638,330.77

2.  District Treasurer’s Reports / Cash Flow

Recommend the Board of Education acknowledge receipt and acceptance of the following District Treasurer’s Reports / Cash Flow for the periods of June 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018 .

General Fund Reports: 

Monthly Treasurer’s Reports / Transfers

Budget Status

Monthly Treasurer’s Reports / Budget Status for:

  • School Lunch Fund
  • Capital Fund
  • Federal Fund

Monthly Treasurer’s Reports for:

  • Trust & Agency Fund     
  • District-wide Activity Fund
  • Student Activity Funds for: Pine Bush High School,                                          
  • Circleville Middle School and Crispell Middle School
  • Expendable Trust Fund (Scholarships)
  • Academy of Finance
  • Human Services Academy
  • Debt Service

3.  Approval of 2018-2019 Tax Warrant 

 Recommend the Board of Education approve the adoption the following resolution, authorizing the 2018-2019  School Tax Warrant:

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Pine Bush Central School District Board of Education authorize the 2018-2019 School Tax Warrant in the amount of $ 58,265,386 and, further, that the Warrant be attached to the tax list. The 2018-2019 School Tax Warrant shall be issued for the period September 1, 2018 through November 2, 2018.                    

4. Authorization / Withdrawal from Tax Certiorari Reserve Fund  

Recommend the Board of Education authorize a withdrawal from the Pine Bush Central School District Tax Certiorari Reserve Fund in order to resolve the Stipulation and Order Settlement received for the following property. The settlement is for the school tax years listed below and is based on the lowering of the property assessment for each year.

Town of Wallkill

Name                                    School year        S-B-L              Old Assessment       New Assessment             Refund

Blumel-211 Assoc LLC     2016-2017            41-1-18.1     $309,900.00 $295,700.00                $1,546.28                     c/o Rite Aid

 PO Box 3165                       2017-2018            41-1-18.1     $309,900.00 $295,700.00                $1,588.75

Harrisburg, PA 17105                     

Total Refund:                                             $3,135.03

5.  Budget Transfers

Recommend the Board of Education, as per policy #5330, acknowledge receipt and acceptance of the budget transfer report as submitted for the year ending June 30, 2018, as submitted.

          *****     Public Participation     *****

V.  Consideration of Executive Session

Attorney Client Privilege – Litigation

VI.          Adjournment

 

Pine Bush Central School District
State Route 302, Pine Bush, NY 12566
Phone: (845) 744-2031
Fax: (845) 744-6189
Tim O. Mains
Superintendent of Schools
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