Oct. 26, 2021 Meeting Minutes

Pine Bush CSD- Board of Education
Minutes Regular Meeting
Tuesday, October 26, 2021 – Circleville Middle School

Members Present:

  • Gretchen Meier, President
  • Matthew Watkins, Vice President
  • Dori Johnson
  • Kristi Kheiralla
  • Cara Robertson
  • Ross Tompkins

Members Absent:

Others Present:

  • Tim Mains, Superintendent of Schools
  • Michael Pacella, Assistant Superintendent for Business
  • Amy Brockner, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction
  • John Hicks, Director of Educational Technology
  • Maria Wise, District Clerk
  • Approximately 30 staff and community members

 

Call to Order

MOVED by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Kheiralla, that the Board of Education open the regular meeting at approximately 6:34 PM

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Adjourn Regular Session to Executive Session

MOVED by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Kheiralla that the Board of Education adjourn regular session to executive session at approximately 6:34 PM.

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Adjourn from Executive Session

MOVED by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Kheiralla, that the Board of Education adjourn from executive session at approximately 7:07 PM.

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Call to Order

The meeting was called to order by President Meier with the following motion offered:

MOVED by Trustee Johnson, second by Trustee Kheiralla, that the Board of Education open the regular meeting at approximately 7:11 PM

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Pledge of Allegiance

Board President Meier requested that all stand for the Pledge of Allegiance at approximately 7:11 PM.

Recognition: Mid-Hudson School Study Council Award Winners

The Board of Education recognized the following individuals for achieving the award of excellence through the Mid-Hudson School Student Council. (Due to the present circumstances, the usual celebration through the council was not held). The award winners for the 2021-2022 school year are as follows:

  • Administration – Christopher Mummery
  • Pupil Personnel Services – Elizabeth McNamee
  • Support Staff Service – Kelly McCauley

 

Approval of Minutes

Moved by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Tompkins, that the Board of Education approve the minutes from the October 12, 2021, Regular Meeting as submitted by the District Clerk.

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Addition to the Agenda** and Addition to the Consent Agenda**

MOVED by Trustee Johnson, second by Trustee Kheiralla, that the Board of Education approve to add an addition to the Agenda of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Pine Bush Teachers Association (PBTA) and an addition to the Consent Agenda.

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Reports, Recommendations of the Superintendent of Schools Consent Agenda

MOVED by Trustee Johnson, second by Trustee Kheiralla, that the Board of Education approve the following consent agenda and addition to the consent agenda** as submitted by the Superintendent of Schools:

Tonight’s consent agenda includes the appointment of the following new personnel:

  • Kathleen Farah – Teaching Assistant
  • Terry Hessian– School Monitor
  • Cortney Hutting – Teacher Aide
  • Laura Faso – Teacher Aide
  • Caroline Deligny – Teacher Aide
  • Alexandria Battaglia – School Monitor
  • Jodie Cerillo– School Monitor
  • Alisa Mezey – Permanent Substitute School Monitor
  • Holly Bracken – Teaching Assistant
  • Madeline Nunez– School Monitor
  • Vincent Roberto – Nurse RN

 

Creation**

Instructional

Recommend the Board of Education approve the creation of:

  • (16) Sixteen 1.0 FTE Permanent Itinerant Substitute Teacher Positions, temporary positions effective October 27, 2021 through June 24, 2022, at a daily rate of $275 plus benefits.

 

Co- Curricular**

Board authorization for the following creation:

  • (3) Three Targeted Tutoring Coordinators, effective October 26, 2021, salary Level 5A on the Co-Curricular salary schedule, pro-rated.

 

Resignation

Instructional

  • Mirienkis Peguero, resignation from her position as a 6.5 hours/day Teaching Assistant, effective at the close of business October 27, 2021.

 

Non-Instructional

  • Anne Wohlgemuth, resignation from her position as a 3.5 hours/day School Monitor, effective at the close of business October 6, 2021.
  • Marisol Burgos, resignation from her position as a 6.5 hours/day Teacher Aide, effective at the close of business August 29, 2021.
  • Lori M. Masiello, resignation from her position as a 3.5 hours/day School Monitor, effective at the close of business September 26, 2021.
  • Patricia Zito, resignation for the purpose of retirement, from her position as a 1.00 FTE Senior Account Clerk, effective at the close of business October 28, 2022.

 

Leaves of Absence

Non Instructional

  • Patricia Paoli, unpaid leave of absence from her position as a 6.75 hours/day School Monitor effective October 20, 2021 through November 22, 2021.
  • Martha Telefus-Gillespie, unpaid leave of absence from her position as a 7.0 Hour/Day School Monitor effective October 22, 2021 through November 19, 2021.

 

Appointment

Instructional

  • Tonja Robbins, who holds a Teaching Assistant Level III certificate, an increase in hours in her position as a part-time, non-tenure bearing Teaching Assistant (from 6.5 Hour/Day) to a 6.75 Hour/Day, effective October 12, 2021, salary as per contract (pro-rated).
  • Kathleen Farah, who holds a Teaching Assistant Level I renewal certificate, be appointed on probation as a part-time, non-tenure bearing, 4.0 Hour/Day Teaching Assistant, effective October 27, 2021 as per contract.
  • Holly Bracken, who holds a Teaching Assistant Level I certificate, be appointed on probation as a part-time, non-tenure bearing, 6.0 Hour/Day Teaching Assistant effective November 1, 2021, salary as per contract.
  • Marisol Burgos, who holds a Teaching Assistant Level I certificate, be appointed on probation as a part time, non-tenure bearing, 6.5 Hour/Day Teaching Assistant, effective August 30, 2021, salary as per contract.
  • Tammy Denardo, who holds a Teaching Assistant Level III certificate, an increase in hours in her position as a part-time, non-tenure bearing, (from 6.0 hours/day) to 6.5 Hour/Day Teaching Assistant, effective October 18, 2021, salary as per contract (pro-rated).

 

Appointment

Non Instructional

  • Terry Hessian, probationary appointment to a 5.0 Hour/Day position of School Monitor, effective October 19, 2021, salary as per contract (pro-rated).
  • Kelly McCauley, provisional appointment as a full-time 12/month Technical Assistant, effective October 6, 2021 at an annual salary of 35,500 (pro-rated), noting she is certified for such appointment through the Orange County Department of Human Resources
  • Cortney Hutting*, probationary appointment to a 6.5 Hour/Day position of Teacher Aide, effective October 28, 2021, salary as per contract (pro-rated).
    *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 October 28, 2021 and shall not exceed twenty (20) business days.
  • Tina Manginelli*, probationary appointment as a full-time 12/month Technical Support Assistant, effective October 27, 2021 at an annual salary of $58,000 (pro-rated), noting she is certified for such appointment through the Orange County Department of Human Resources, district wide.
    *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 October 27, 2021 and shall not exceed twenty (20) business days.
  • Alisa Mezey*, temporary appointment to a 5.0 Hour/Day Permanent Substitute School Monitor position effective November 1, 2021 through June 24, 2022, salary as per contract (pro-rated).
    *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 November 1, 2021 and shall not exceed twenty (20) business days.
  • Laura Faso*, probationary appointment to a 6.5 Hour/Day position of Teacher Aide, effective October 27, 2021, salary as per contract (pro-rated).
    *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 October 27, 2021 and shall not exceed twenty (20) business days.
  • Caroline Deligny, probationary appointment to a 6.5 Hour/Day position of Teacher Aide, effective October 18, 2021, salary as per contract (pro-rated).
  • Alexandra Battaglia, probationary appointment to a 3.5 Hour/Day position of School Monitor, effective October 27, 2021, salary as per contract (pro-rated).
  • Jodie Cerillo*, probationary appointment to a 3.5 Hour /Day position of School Monitor, effective November 1, 2021, salary as per contract (pro-rated).
    *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 November 1, 2021 and shall not exceed twenty (20) business days.
  • Madeline Nunez*, probationary appointment of to a 3.5 Hour /Day position of School Monitor, effective October 27, 2021, salary as per contract (pro-rated).
    *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 October 27, 2021 and shall not exceed twenty (20) business days.
  • Vincent Roberto, probationary appointment as a full-time 10/month Nurse RN, effective November 1, 2021 at an annual salary (less than) BA Step 5 of the salary schedule (pro-rated), noting he is certified for such appointment through the Orange County Department of Human Resources.

 

Extra-Curricular

Pine Bush High School

Recommend the Board of Education approve the following extra-curricular appointments for the 2021-2022 school year:

  • Michelle Robinson, Robotics Advisor, Level IV, Step 1 (2

 

Extra-Curricular

Circleville Elementary School

Board of Education approval of the following extra-curricular appointments for the 2021-2022 school year at the appropriate extra-curricular stipend:

  • Colin Noonan – Odyssey of the Mind Co-Coach, Level III, Step 1(1)

 

Per Diem Substitutes

Board approval for the appointment of the following individuals as per diem substitutes (or tutors) effective October 27, 2021, or as indicated, at board approved per diem substitutes rates:

  • Deiralyse M. Raimondo (10/13/2021)
  • Emily Burtchell*
  • Brittany LaBagh*
  • Daniel Ogden
  • Kristen Patras
  • Lacey Phillips
  • Justine Rivera
  • Shauna Best*
  • Stephanie Algarin*
  • Sadiya Sackey-El*
  • Brittany Starr*
  • Shannon McGowan*

*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 October 27, 2021 and shall not exceed twenty (20) business days.

 

Supervision

Board approval of the following appointment of the following school personnel for supervision duties in connection with Fall, Winter, and Spring sporting events during the 2021-2022 school year at the rate of $20/hour:

  • Deborah June
  • Anastasia Garrison

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Approval of CSE & CPSE Placement Recommendations

Moved by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Tompkins, 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 Johnson

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

No Place for Hate – Promise and Resolution of Respect

Amy Brockner, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction read the No Place for Hate Promise and Resolution of Respect for the reaffirmation and commitment. The Board of Education will be asked to take action on the
following as submitted.

Moved by Trustee Kheiralla, second by Trustee Robertson, that the Board of Education reaffirm its commitment to the No Place for Hate Promise and approve the following No Place for Hate Promise and Resolution of Respect, for adoption as submitted:

No Place for Hate Promise
I PROMISE, to do my best to treat everyone fairly.
I PROMISE, to do my best to be kind to everyone — even if they are not like me.
IF I SEE someone being hurt or bullied, I will tell a teacher.
EVERYONE should be able to feel safe and happy in school.
I WANT OUR SCHOOL to be No Place for Hate

Resolution of Respect

We pledge from this day forward to do our best to combat prejudice and to stop those who violate someone’s civil rights. We will seek to understand those who are different. We believe that one person can make a difference and that no person should stand by when it comes to opposing hate. We will speak out against prejudice and discrimination. We will reach out to those who are victims of hate. We know that we must all promote harmony, equality, and
respect. By signing the pledge, we commit ourselves to creating a community that is No Place for Hate.

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Presentation: Smart School Phase 4 Project

John Hicks, Director of Educational Technology presented on the Smart School Phase 4 Project Moved by Trustee Johnson, second by Trustee Robertson, that the Board of Education approve the initial scope of the Smart School Phase 4 Project as outlined by the Director of Educational Technology.

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Approval of Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Pine Bush Teachers Association**

Moved by Trustee Kheiralla, second by Trustee Robertson, that the Board of Education approve the following resolution:

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education (“Board”)
of the Pine Bush Central School District (“District”) does hereby approve the Memorandum of Agreement (associated with creation of Targeted Tutoring Coordinator(s)) between the District and The Pine Bush Teachers’ Association (“Union”), as attached hereto; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board authorizes the Superintendent to
Execute said agreement Between the District and the Union pursuant to the Memorandum of Agreement on file with the District Clerk.
Date: October 26, 2021.

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Public Comment

The public comment segment was opened at approx. 7:43 PM by President Meier. The following were the questions/comments/concerns raised and for complete conversation of this public comment segment refer to the online video at www.pinebushschools.org (watch board meetings). President Meier made a statement that there will only be one public comment section at Board of Education meetings.

  • Comment thanking district for having virtual option for quarantine students.
  • Comment/question about cameras during recess
  • Comment about masks and this being a problem

President Meier called a recess in the meeting.at approximately 7:47pm, to address protocols for community member who was not wearing mask when speaking at podium.

Moved by Trustee Kheiralla, second by Trustee Watkins, the Board of Education resumed the meeting, noting time at 7:55 pm and continued with public comment segment. The following were the questions/comments/concerns raised and for complete conversation of this public comment segment refer to the online video at www.pinebushschools.org (watch board meetings).

  • Questions and comments about Parent Teacher conferences being held in person.
  • Comment about being a parent and not having been in the school building for 2 years
  • Comment thanking district for taking care of soap dispenser issue
  • Comment requesting official paperwork for mask mandate
  • Question about students and face shield
  • Comments about other school districts questioning curriculum and having agreements to sign
  • Comment about masks and distancing
  • Comment/concern that the district do research and read research in regards to mandates

The public comment segment was closed at approx. 8:06pm.

 

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

Upcoming board meetings and events will 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, November 9, 2021, 7:00 PM at Pine Bush High School
  • Tuesday, November 23, 2021, 7:00 PM at Circleville Middle

 

Other District Meetings/Events:

  • Thursday, November 11, 2021, Veterans Day – School Closed
  • Wednesday, November 24, 2021 Superintendents’ Conference Day No School for students
  • Thanksgiving Day / Recess – School Closed
  • Thursday, November 25, 2021 and Friday, November 26, 2021

Upcoming Events:

  • Wednesday, November 3, 2021, 7:00 PM OCSBA Delegates’ Meeting

 

Old/New Business

President Meier asked a question on behalf of a constituent about whether there will be live performances for the choir, concerts, and the play.

Superintendent Mains indicated that he will find out and get the answer.

Superintendent Mains wanted to address some questions that were brought up at either last board meeting or brought up at this meeting. He began with explaining that when the school year began the district intended to provide tutors to students who are required to quarantine. The district did not have enough tutors and we now have a virtual option for these students.

Mr. Mains also addressed questions about having Parent Teacher Conferences in person instead of virtually indicating that Orange County would have to drop from being a high transmission area and then the district can loosen the guidelines for having more people in our school buildings.

Additionally Mr. Mains indicated that during the year the district can revisit the reopening plans and make adjustments based on experience. The next question addressed was about mask wearing and request for documentation, Assistant Superintendent Amy Brockner informed that on August 27th the Commissioner for NYS Department of Health put out a statement in regards to mask wearing in schools. This documentation will be available on the district website.

Vice President Watkins addressed the fact that the National School Board Association submitted a letter to the President representing school boards without consulting them. A brief discussion amongst the board members
ensued.

Trustee Robertson stated that All Night Graduation fundraising efforts are in full force. Information available through any committee member.

 

Business & Finance

Claim Auditor’s Reports

Moved by Trustee Watkins, second by Trustee Tompkins, that the Board of Education acknowledged receipt and acceptance of the following Claims Auditor’s Reports as submitted:

Claims Auditor’s Report covering Warrant #0021 dated 10/1/21 check run, authorizing payments in the amount of $ 229,012.71

  • Cafeteria Fund (21 checks 005700-005720) $ 64,227.88
  • Federal Fund Acct (3 checks 002636-002638) 8,676.41
  • Capital Fund (1 check 001914) 35,951.00
  • General Fund (77 checks 069597-069673) 119,957.42
  • District Activity AC (1 check 005755) 200.00

Total $ 229,012.71

 

Claims Auditor’s Report covering Warrant #0022 dated 10/8/21 payroll, authorizing payments in the amount of $ 843,353.57

  • PR Transactions (5 checks 004422-004426) $ 843,353.57

Total $ 843,353.57

 

Claims Auditor’s Report covering Warrant #0023 dated 10/8/21 check run, authorizing payments in the amount of $ 1,544,321.99

  • Cafeteria Fund (9 checks 005721-005729) $ 24,969.86
  • Federal Fund Acct (3 checks 002639-002641) 7,481.21
  • General Fund (88 checks 069677-069764) 1,511,635.46
  • District Activity AC (1check 005756) 235.46

Total $ 1,544,321.99

 

Claims Auditor’s Report covering Warrant #0024 dated 10/15/21 check run, authorizing payments in the amount of $ 753,893.77

  • Cafeteria Fund (4 checks 005730-005733) $ 9,999.26
  • HS Activity Fund (3 checks 004365-004367) 2,080.69
  • Capital Fund (1 check 001915) 15,563.18
  • General Fund (64checks 069765-069828) 726,209.69
  • District Activity AC (1check 005757) 40.95

Total $ 753,893.77

 

YES- 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

District Treasurer’s Reports

Moved by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Kheiralla, the Board of Education acknowledged receipt and acceptance of the following District Treasurer’s Reports/Cash Flow Projection for the period July 1, 2021
through July 31, 2021 and August 1, 2021 through August 31, 2021.

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- 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Approval of Audit Committee Community Members

Moved by Trustee Johnson, second by Trustee Robertson, the Board of Education appointed the following individuals to fill the open community member seats on the Audit Committee, effective 10/12/2021:

  • Anita Faurot-Hoppe
  • Sarah Reifmueller

YES- 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Annual Approval of Audit Committee Charter

Moved by Trustee Johnson, second by Trustee Watkins, the Board of Education approved the annual review of the Audit Committee Charter, per recommendation by the Audit Committee, per their annual review on (October 12, 2021) noting there are no changes.

YES- 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Appropriation of Fund Balance for Physical Education Class

Moved by Trustee Kheiralla, second by Trustee Johnson, the Board of Education authorized the following resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED the Board of Education of the Pine Bush Central School District designate the fitness room equipment and supplies as an ordinary contingent expense, and authorizes unassigned fund balance to pay for this in an amount not to exceed $89,814.00, and authorizes the Superintendent of Schools or his designee to sign all applicable documents.

YES- 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Approval of Change Orders for 2019 Capital Improvement Project (Phase II)

Moved by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Watkins, the Board of Education approved the following change orders for the 2019 Capital Improvement Project- Phase II

2019 Capital Improvement Project- Phase II

Construction Contingency & Prime Contractor Allowance

 

Recommendations

CPL and the Pike Company, the District’s Architect and Construction Manager for the above project, recommend the Board of Education to approve the following Change Orders. The first set to be financed through the Construction Contingency.

*Further information is attached in board packets

No.         Description        Contractor          Increase Cost

Pine Bush High School SED No: 44-04-01-06-0-007-027

  • Custodial Closet Repair Near AD Office 108 Plumbing $ 530.83
  • Roof Leader at Fitness Center Plumbing $ 5,442.46
  • Removal of existing drinking fountain at former weight room Plumbing $ 583.53
  • AD Office Flooring and Wall Base General $ 2,218.13
  • Locker Storage Floor General $ 4,318.30
  • New Door Hardware for Security Vestibule General $ 6,355.59
  • *Indoor Refrigeration Insulation HVAC $ 19,498.01
  • Haas Center – Register Install HVAC $ 1,293.88
  • Door contacts for Security Vestibule Electrical $ 7,919.00
  • *Parking Lot Conduits Electrical $ 36,933.00
  • Fitness Center- Exterior Light Wall Packs Electrical $ 2,213.00
  • *Additional Power and Data in Haas Center Electrical $ 44,337.10
  • Unsuitable Soil Undercuts at Parking Lot Site $ 14,983.89

Building Total $146,626.72

 

Pakanasink Elementary School SED No: 44-04-01-06-0-012-0015

  • Shower Fixtures Plumbing $ 7,512.88
  • Repairing/Cleaning Existing Floor Drains Plumbing $ 3,118.04
  • Hose Bibbs Plumbing $ 1,545.62
  • Repair/Replace Existing Leaking Roof Drain Plumbing $ 1,463.39
  • *Girls Locker Room Backfill Plumbing $ 1,740.26
  • *Girls Locker Room Trenching Plumbing $ 19,299.43
  • *Girls Locker Room Concrete Cut and Patch Plumbing $ 22,688.08
  • *Boys Locker Room Backfill Plumbing $ 2,137.15
  • *Boys Locker Room Concrete Cut and Patch Plumbing $ 13,663.39
  • Security Vestibule Coiling Door General $ 8,390.63
  • Bathroom Flooring Demolition General $ 3,015.52
  • Girls Locker Room Shower Partitions General $ 5,332.06
  • Main Office 136A Registers HVAC $ 1,156.96
  • Security Office Fin Tube Heater Relocation HVAC $ 2,262.45
  • Door Contacts for Security Vestibule Electrical $ 7,919.00
  • *Exhaust Fan Wiring Electrical $ 14,683.20

Building Total $115,928.06

 

Circleville Middle School SED No: 44-04-01-06-0-014-015

  • New Toilet Carriers in Bathrooms 61 & 62 Plumbing $ 2,218.01
  • Provide New Hose Bibbs in Bathrooms 61 & 62 Plumbing $ 1,545.62
  • Slab on Grade cut and Patch Work in Bathrooms 61 & 62 Plumbing $ 1,676.98
  • Concrete Slab for Propane Tank for Boiler Pilot Light General $ 5,433.65
  • Window Clarification for Room 45 General $ 1,264.86
  • Boiler Pilot Light Work HVAC $ 8,904.89
  • Disconnects and Auto Reset Low Water Cut Offs HVAC $ 1,549.41
  • Main Lobby Register Relocation HVAC $ 1,080.76
  • Door Contacts for Security Vestibule Electrical $ 7,919.00

Building Total $ 32,193.18

 

Circleville Elementary School SED No: 44-04-01-06-0-009-016

  • Indoor Refrigeration Insulation HVAC $ 3,920.93
  • Door Contacts for Security Vestibule Electrical $ 7,919.00

Building Total $ 11,839.93

CPL and the Pike Company, the District’s Architect and Construction Manager for the above project, recommend the Board of Education to approve the following Allowance Authorizations. This set to be financed through the Prime Contractor Allowance.

No.        Description                 Contractor                 Increase Cost

 

Pine Bush High School SED No: 44-04-01-06-0-007-027

  • New Dividing Wall in Home & Careers Room Electrical $ 9,479.00
  • *Additional Panel Feeder Length Electrical $ 20,588.00

Building Total $ 30,067.00

 

Pakanasink Elementary School SED No: 44-04-01-06-0-012-0015

  • *Girls Locker Room Plumbing Demolition Plumbing $ 4,081.48
  • *Boys Locker Room Plumbing Demolition Plumbing $ 4,206.48
  • *Boys Locker Room Concrete Cut and Patch Plumbing $ 16,349.16

Building Total $ 24,637.12

Total Change Orders covered by Construction Contingency $306,587.89

Total Change Orders covered by Prime Contractor Allowance $ 54,704.12

YES- 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Consideration of Executive Session

President Meier requested an executive session for the purpose of Board Communication.

MOVED by Trustee Robertson, second by Trustee Watkins that the Board of Education adjourn regular session to executive session at approximately 8:30 PM.

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Adjourn from Executive Session

MOVED by Trustee Watkins, second by Trustee Kheiralla, that the Board of Education adjourn from executive session at approximately 8:35 PM.

YES – 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

 

Adjournment

Moved by Trustee Johnson, second by Trustee Kheiralla, that the Board of Education adjourn the regular meeting noting the time at approximately 8:37 PM.

YES- 6 NO – 0 MOTION CARRIED

Note: BOARD MEETINGS are live streamed and video recorded with closed captioning available and can be viewed at www.pinebushschools.org

Maria Wise (electronically signed/mw)
 Maria Wise, District Clerk Pine Bush CSD
                   

(Disclosure: Minutes will be printed on numbered minute paper and placed in the district minute books).

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