Board of Education Minutes Sept. 11, 2018

Date: September 11, 2018           

Board of Education

REGULAR MEETING

at Pine Bush High School

 

Members Present:

Lloyd Greer, Jr. President

Gretchen Meier, Vice President

Kristin Graessle

Dori Johnson

Kristi Kheiralla                                                                                                                   

Cara Robertson

Ross Tompkins                                 

Members Absent:          

None

Others Present:                               

Tim Mains, Superintendent of Schools                                                  

Donna Geidel, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction                               

Michael Pacella, Assistant Superintendent for Business                                

Deborah June,   District Clerk

Approximately 58 residents/students/staff members

The meeting was Called to Order by President Lloyd Greer,Jr., with the following motion offered:

MOVED by Trustee  Johnson, second by Trustee Robertson, that the Board of Education open the regular meeting at approximately 6:32 PM.

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

Consideration of Executive Session

MOVED by Trustee Kheiralla , second by Trustee Johnson , that the Board of Education adjourn to executive session at approximately 6:33 PM, discussion regarding litigation.

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

MOVED by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Meier, that the Board of Education adjourn executive session and return to regular session at approximately 7:09 PM.

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

Student Recognition

Superintendent Tim Mains provided a brief explanation of the student recognition and introduced the students, as well as commended all who achieved the honor of obtaining a perfect score on their AP exam. The Board of Education recognized the following students for achieving a score of 5 on their AP Exams during the 2017-2018 school year:   

2017-2018 Grade 12 (Graduate) AP US Government and Politics              

Colleen Baer

 

2017-2018 Grade 11, AP US History         

Connor Boughner           

Carly Capote

Abigail Carpenter

Gabrielle Conklin           

Christopher Gibson

Nora Hines

Danielle Lovelace

Erika Perkins

Marley Tice

Kristi Zelonis

 

2017-2018 Grade 10, AP European History

Dylan Cline-Larsen

Trent Cline-Larsen

Collin Dituro

Cedric Raber

John Torpy

 

2017-2018 Grade 12 (Graduate) AP English Literature and Composition

Colleen Baer

 

2017-2018 Grade 11  AP English Language and Composition

Aidan Alwang

Tiffany Beckford

Erika Perkins

Patrick White

Kristi Zelonis

 

2017-2018 AP Biology

Alezandra Saccoccio (Gr.11)

 

2017-2018 AP Chemistry

Kiyan Hocek (Gr.11)

James Koch(Gr. 12 Graduate)

 

2017-2018 AP Environmental Science

Colleen Baer (Gr. 12 Graduate)

Finian Brown (Gr.11)

Mya Karinchak (Gr.11)

 

2017-2018 AP Physics

Kiyan Hocek (Gr. 11)

 

2017-2018 Grade 12 (Graduate) AP Calculus A   

James Koch

 

Approval of Minutes

MOVED by Trustee Meier, second by Trustee Robertson , that the Board of Education approve the minutes of the August 20, 2018 and August 21, 2018 board meetings as submitted by the District Clerk.

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

 

Reports, Recommendations of the Superintendent of Schools

Consent Agenda

MOVED by Trustee Johnson, second by Trustee Graessle, that 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

  • (1) One increase from a  10 month to 12 month typist position, effective September 4, 2018, salary as per contract. (Current need at PBHS)
  • (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 PBE)
  • (1) One First Aid Club Advisor at PBHS, effective September 4, 2018, Salary Level 5 (appendix D) as per contract, noting donation accepted on 8/21/2018 for the establishment of said club.
  •  (1) One full-time 12 month/year Supervisor of Transportation, Salary range $50,000 – $90,000

Resignations

Instructional

Sherri Heppes, resignation from her position as a 6.5 hours/day Teaching Assistant effective at the close of business August 23, 2018.

Carol Johnsen, resignation for the purpose of retirement, from her position as a 6.5 hours/day Teaching Assistant, effective at the close of business October 02, 2018.

Non-Instructional

Dawn Drumm, resignation from her position as a 7.0 hours/day Cook effective at the close of business September 03, 2018.  

Dennise Johnson, rescind her resignation for the purpose of retirement, from her position as a 1.0 FTE 12-month typist effect, which would have been September 3, 2019.*

Kelly Rugh, resignation from her position as a 1.0 FTE  12 Month Typist, effective at the close of business August 28, 2018. 

Sheryl Brennan, resignation from her position as a 6.0 hours/day School Monitor effective at the close of business September 7, 2018.

Robin Sklar, resignation from her position as a 1.00 FTE Assistant Supervisor of Transportation, effective at the close of business September 21, 2018.   

 

Leave of Absence

Instructional

Suzanne Meath, request for an unpaid leave of absence from her position as a 6.5 hours/day Teaching Assistant, effective September 24, 2018 through October 22, 2018 .   

 

Non-Instructional

Bari Walsh, request for an unpaid leave of absence from her position as a 3 hours/day School Monitor effective September 4, 2018 through December 4, 2018. 

 

Appointments 

Instructional   

Christopher Moll, who holds a Professional certificate in Students with Disabilities Gr. 7-12 English, amended appointment to the probationary position as a 1.00 FTE Teacher-Special Education in the tenure area of Special Education (General) to reflect a three-year probationary period commencing September 04, 2018 and ending September 03, 2021.  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 two of the three probationary years and must not receive an ineffective in  the third year, receiving Jarema credit for prior service.

Mireille Weissberg, who holds an Initial Teaching Assistant certificate, be approved for an increase in hours (from 5.0 hours/day) to a 6.5 hour/day part-time, non-tenure bearing, Teaching Assistant, effective September 4, 2018, salary as per contract.

Deana Adams, who holds a Teaching Assistant Level I certificate, be appointed on probation as a part-time, non tenure bearing, 6.0 hours/day Teaching Assistant,effective  September 04, 2018  as per contract.

Jeffrey Paggi, who holds an Initial certificate in Students with Disabilities7-12Generalist, be appointed to the position of Teacher (Special Education) in the tenure area of Special Education (General) for a four-year probationary period commencing October 11, 2018 and ending October 10, 2022.  Salary will be MA, Step 3 of salary schedule (pro-rated). 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, Jeffrey Paggi, 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.

Erin Lindon, who holds a Professional certificate in Music, be appointed to the position of 1.00 FTE Teacher (Secondary) in the tenure area of Music for a four-year probationary period commencing October 1, 2018 and ending September 30, 2022.  Salary will be MA, Step 3 of the salary schedule (pro rated). 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, Erin Lindon, 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.

 

Appointments

Non-Instructional

Gary Mainheim, be approved for an increase in hours (from 6.0 hours/day) to a 6.5 hour/day part-time position as a School Monitor, effective September 4, 2018, salary as per contract.

Dina Luther, be approved for an increase in hours (from 2.0 hours/day) to a 6.0 hour/day part-time position as a School Monitor, effective September 4, 2018, salary as per contract.

Sheryl Brennan probationary appointment of to a 6.0 hour/day position of School Monitor, effective September 4, 2018, salary as per contract.

Rosanne Connolly probationary appointment to a 3.0 hour/day position of School Monitor, effective September 4, 2018, salary as per contract.

Loriel Pinckney, probationary appointment to a 6.0 hours/day position of School Monitor, effective September 04, 2018, salary as per contract.

Cathy Kahn, probationary appointment to a 3.0 hours/day position of School Monitor, effective September 12, 2018, salary as per contract (pro-rated).

Beverly Lugo, probationary appointment to a 2.0 Hours/Day position of School Monitor, effective September 12, 2018, salary as per contract (pro-rated).

Janet Torres, probationary appointment to a 2.0 Hours/Day position of School Monitor, effective September 12, 2018, salary as per contract.

Thomas Lovelace, be approved for an increase in hours (from 4.0 hours/day) to a 5.0 hour/day part time position as a School Security Aide, effective September 4, 2018, salary as per contract.

Per Diem Substitutes

Board approval for the appointment of the following individuals as per diem substitutes (or tutor*).

Effective September 12, 2018 at board approved per diem substitute rates:

  • Micaela Campbell
  • Ashley Cohen
  • Rachel Gibson
  • Maria Goodrich
  • Emily Klotz
  • Donna Vesley
  • Gloria Winter

Co-Curricular

Sixth-Period Assignment

Pine Bush High School

Board approval of the following instructional staff member teaching a sixth period/additional assignment for the 2018-2019 school year at an annual contractual stipend of $5,500:  

  • Daniel Aktas, Art
  • Janice Barth, Art
  • Mandi Beaver, Science
  • Kathleen Bisaillon, Special Education
  • Mark Brennan, Special Education
  • Allison Chastain, Science
  • Daniel Conley, Social Studies     
  • Shannon Countryman, Special Education
  • Mark Eckerson, English
  • Daniel Edwards, Spanish
  • Ellen Friel, Art  
  • Bethany Ganley, English               
  • Daniel Harrison, Science
  • Steven Hulle, Science   
  • Eric Johnson, Science    
  • Kevin Kreeger, Science
  • Jonathan Lozier, Special Education          
  • Eric Moller, Science       
  • Julie Palinkas, Art
  • Christopher Passudetti, English
  • Cindy Rivera-Ortiz, Spanish
  • Edward Stelmaszyk, Social Studies
  • Lisa Sorrentino, Science               
  • Kara Sprague, Science   
  • Stephanie Singleton, Special Education
  • Susan Sturm, Science    
  • Rebecca Torre, Special Education             
  • Jennifer Travis, Special Education            
  • Jennifer Vittoria, Special Education        
  • Annette Wright, English              

Co-Curricular

Sixth-Period Assignment

Board approval of the following instructional staff member teaching a .5/ sixth period/additional assignment for the 2018-2019 school year (or as noted)* at an annual contractual stipend (.5) of $5,500:  

Erin Cripell, Special Education

Judith Flint, English

David Hurst, English

Brittany Langlitz, Science

Allison Marrine, Math

Jeffrey Paggi, Special Education (effective 10/11/2018 pro-rated)

John  Petrofsky, Science

Julie Salisbury, Special Education

Arlene Santaniello, Special Education

Michael Sturm, Science

 

Extra Period Duty – UA

Board approval for the appointment of the following instructional staff members assigned supervision as an extra sixth period duty for the 2018-2019 school year, stipend as per contract.

Circleville Middle School:

  • Erin Lindon
  • Brian Shaw
  • Jennifer Wagner

 

Extra-Curricular

Circleville Middle School

Board approval to rescind the following extra-curricular appointment for the 2018-2019 school year at the appropriate extra-curricular stipend:

Circleville Middle School

  • Antonia (Nina) Loconte, Drama Club Co-Advisor

Extra-Curricular

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

Circleville Middle School

  • Erin Lindon, Drama Club Co-Advisor, Level V, Step 1 (1)
  • Robin Conklin, Odyssey of the Mind Co-Coach @ Level III, Step 1 (1) 
  • Samantha Petrosi, Odyssey of the Mind Co-Coach @ Level III, Step 1 (1) 
  • Garrett Randall, Odyssey of the Mind Coach @ Level III, Step 1 (1) 

 

Pine Bush HS    

  • Katie Terwilliger, Odyssey of the Mind  Coach (Team 2)@ Level III, Step 1 (2)
  • Marybeth Reinfried, First Aid Club Advisor @ Level V, Step 1(1)

 

Circleville Elementary School

  • Helen Lynch, Engineering Adventures Club Co- Advisor @ Level V, Step 1 (2)
  • Susan Corcoran, Engineering Adventures Club Co- Advisor @ Level V, Step 1 (1)

Interscholastic                                                 

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

Field Hockey    

  • Jennifer Harp, Volunteer-Unpaid Coach**

** Pending completion of coaching requirements/coaching license.

Consultant Agreements

Board approval of following consultant agreements as part of the consent agenda:

Board approval of the one-year Consultant Agreement for Linda LaRocco, Family Nurse Practitioner, PLLC, effective from July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019 at the annual maximum amount of $25,200.00, as per contract, and authorizes the Superintendent of Schools to sign all applicable documents.
 

Board approval of the  one-year Consultant Agreement for Catherine Johnson, MSN, SNT,CNM, FNP-C (Family Nurse Practitioner), effective from September 4, 2018 through June 30, 2019 at the annual maximum amount of $44,100, as per contract, and authorizes the Superintendent of Schools to sign all applicable documents.
Date: September 11, 2018

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

 

Approval of Town of Crawford SRO Agreement

MOVED by Trustee  Meier, second by Trustee Kheiralla, that the Board of Education approve the following resolution:  RESOLVED, that the Superintendent is authorized to execute an agreement with the Town of Crawford for the purpose of facilitation and implementation of the School Resources Officer program for the 2018-2019 school year, in accordance with the agreement on file with the District Clerk.

Date: September 11, 2018

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

 

Approval of CSE & CPSE Placement Recommendations

MOVED by Trustee Johnson, second by Trustee Robertson, that 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 Graessle.

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

 

Approval of Participation in Personalized Learning Cohort

MOVED by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Meier, that the Board of Education approve the following resolution:

RESOLVED, that the Pine Bush Central School District affirms its continued participation in the National Cohort of Schools committed to implementing Personalized Learning, and be it further resolved that the Superintendent of Schools is authorized to affirm our commitment.       

Date: September 11, 2018           

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

 

Presentation: Opening of School 2018-2019

Superintendent Tim Mains provided a brief overview of our opening week. Mr. Mains began by speaking of the wonderful kick off that was held for staff on Tuesday launching the new school year.  It has been a successful beginning to the 2018-2019 school year. Mr. Mains, along with Donna Geidel, Assistant Supertindent, traveled to each building to visit each classroom on Wednesday. Both students and staff seem happy to be back and eager to learn. Mr. Mains spoke of transportation, noting a few hiccups during opening week, however, all students were delivered quickly.  Unfortunately, it was an unusually warm weather week. However, overall it was a very good opening. A conversation ensued amongst the board regarding the excessive heat and consideration for air conditioning or other solutions.

 

Presentation: High School Academy Program

Assistant Principal Brian Lynn presented a report on the 2018-2019 Academy Program. Mr. Lynn began his presentation noting the program began in 2003 with 17 students and has expanded to 246 students this summer. Some of the highlights of his presentation included the following: A review of each academy with student numbers along with a brief summary of their summer program and activities—Leadership and Law Academy – 121, STEM Academy – 31, Science – 16, Fine Arts – 10,  Aviation – 18,  Medical – 50. He also spoke about students being able to receive credit in some particular programs. This was the 16th year of the academies program and it continues to grow each year with students eager to participate each year. Next year it is anticipated that Literacy and Education Academy and the Performing Arts Academy will be offered again as well. Mr. Lynn was thanked for his presentation.

Presentation: Secondary Summer School Report (PBHS)

Brian Miros, Summer School Administrator, presented a report on Secondary Summer School. A PowerPoint was also provided. Some of the highlights of his presentation included a review of the following: Registration process; Course offerings, faculty, program format, student progress/student enrollment, and Regents Boot Camp for August 2018.  In conclusion, Mr. Miros spoke about the graduation held on August 16, 2018, noting 10 students successfully met the requirements for graduation. Mr. Miros summarized his presentation with the following: “The Summer School program was successful. The dedication and hard work that the staff put into helping making our program a success is a tribute to them and our students benefitted. Graduation for our seniors was a highlight!!” Mr. Miros asked if there were any questions and was thanked for his presentation.

Presentation: Human Rights Academy

John Tobin presented on our Human Rights Academy. A PowerPoint  was  provided. Some of the highlights of the presentation included a review of the following: Participating instructors, Program focus topic was of homelessness, specifically teen displacement, as well as learning of different causes of displacement and community assistance; also review  Day 1 – Team Building, Day 2—Household Budgets, Day 3—Completing Projects and Officials from the City of Middletown, Day 4—Field Trip and Gleaning Activity. The students participating in the academy were engaged and eager to learn. Mr. Tobin expressed his thanks to the many organizations and people that contributed to the success of the program, including Central Administration and the Board of Education.

Public Participation

President Greer, Jr. opened the first public participation at approx. 8:06 PM requesting no personal references. The following comments/questions/concerns were raised:

  • After student presentations, a resident commended the students for the successes;
  • Resident offered comments regarding transportation on Burlingham Rd.

 

Acknowledge Receipt and Acceptance of Grant

MOVED by Trustee Robertson , second by Trustee Kheiralla, that the Board of Education accept two grants on behalf of Orange and Rockland Utilities to support STEM in our elementary buildings, awarded as follows:

  • Suzanne Schwartz  $980.00 for Pakanasink Elementary School
  • Darcy Kocsis  $996.00 for Pine Bush Elementary School     

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

 

Designation & Disposition of Surplus Text Books and Instructional Materials

MOVED by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Johnson,  that the Board of Education designate and approve the disposition of the following surplus text books and Instructional materials.

  • Text books and instructional materials as submitted at the request of Eric Winter, Pine Bush 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.
  • Text books and instructional materials as submitted at the request of Lisa Hankinson, Circleville Middle 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.

                (Lists to be attached to the minutes).

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

 

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

Upcoming board meetings and events 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 25, 2018, 7:00 PM at Circleville Middle School
  • Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 7:00 PM at Pine Bush High School

Other District Meetings:

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

Upcoming Events:

Dictionary Presentations by Wallkill East Rotary at Elementary Schools:

  • Tuesday, September 18, 2018:  9:20 a.m. to EJR followed by PBE at approx. 10:00
  •  Friday, September 21, 2018:  CES at 10:00 a.m. followed by PAK beginning by 10:40

 

Old New Business:

  • Mr. Greer took a moment to recognize 9-11, and all of those who lost their lives, as well as remember the significance of the day.
  • Conversation ensued regarding Veterans Tax Exemption, noting Assistant Superintendent Mike Pacella provided clarity.
  • Comment: Pick up / drop off procedure at E. J. Russell Elementary was fantastic.
  • SROs providing positive climate in the buildings.
  • Conversation ensued regarding Excelsior Academies, attendance and opportunities to display excelsior activities
  • MHSSC Awards Dinner: October 18, 2018 at Anthony’s Pier 9
  • Brian Miros (HS) and Sylvia Diane Petit (Ed. Tech. Depart.) will receive Awards of Excellence

Business & Finance

Claims Auditor’s Reports

MOVED by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Meier, that the Board of Education acknowledge receipt and acceptance of the following Claims Auditor’s Reports as submitted:

 *Claims Auditor’s Report covering Warrant # 0009 dated 8/9/2018 payroll authorizing payments in the amount of $201,257.78

Trust & Agency Acct. (3 checks 003715-003717) $  201,257.78

Total          $              201,257.78

 

*Claims Auditor’s Report covering Warrant #0010, dated 8/14/2018 check run, authorizing payments in the amount of $ 923,818.78

Cafeteria Fund (8 checks 004636-004643)   $   26,530.29

HS Activity Fund  (1 check 003685)  $ 11,080.49

 Trust & Agency Acct. (0 checks)  $ 10,080.52

 Federal Fund (7 checks 002363-002369)   $ 155,719.25                                         

General Fund (133 checks 054244- 054376)   $ 720,408.23

Total          $              923,818.78

 

*Claims Auditor’s Report covering Warrant # 0011 dated 8/23/2018 payroll authorizing payments in the amount of $200,832.94

Trust & Agency Acct. (4 checks 003718-003721)    $  200,832.94

Total          $              200,832.94

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

 

District Treasurer’s Report

MOVED by Trustee Kheiralla, second by Trustee Meier, that the Board of Education acknowledge receipt and Acceptance of the following District Treasurer’s Report for the period of July 1, 2018 through July 31, 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

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

 

Authorize Funding / Capital Reserve Fund

MOVED by Trustee Graessle , second by Trustee Kheiralla, that the Board of Education approve the following resolution:

RESOLVED, that the Pine Bush CSD Board of Education authorize the transfer of $7,500,000 from Available Fund Balance to the Capital Reserve Fund (established fund per voter approval on May 15, 2018) effective June 30, 2018, and further authorizes the Superintendent of Schools and/or Board President to sign all applicable documents.

Date: September 11, 2018

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

Roll Call Vote:

K. Graessle         Yes         G. Meier              Yes

C. Robertson      Yes         R. Tompkins       Yes

D. Robertson     Yes         K. Kheiralla         Yes

L. Greer, Jr.         Yes

 

Public Participation

President Greer, Jr. opened the second public participation at approx. 8:33 PM requesting no personal references. The following comments/questions/concerns were raised:

  • Resident offered additional comments regarding air conditioning along with offer to supply one unit.

Consideration of Executive Session

Hearing no matters for executive session, Mr. Greer, Jr., called for a motion for adjournment.

 Adjournment

MOVED by Trustee Meier, second by Trustee Kristie  that the Board of Education adjourn the Board of Education meeting, noting the time at approx.8:35 PM.

YES – 7     NO – 0    CARRIED

 

Note: BOARD MEETINGS are video recorded and can be viewed at www.pinebushschools.org.                                      

Deborah A. June, District Clerk

Pine Bush CSD

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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