Tuesday, March 20, 2018 regular meeting - 7 p.m. - Union High School Library, 2350 North Third Street, Union, NJ 07083

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Dates: 
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 7:00pm

Township of Union Board of Education, regular meeting, Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Union High School Library, 2350 North Third Street, Union, New Jersey 07083.

TOWNSHIP OF UNION BOARD OF EDUCATION

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA – March 20, 2018

 

A. Roll Call

B. Flag Salute

C. Open Public Meetings Act Statement

D. Mission Statement

E. Comments from Public on Resolutions

 

F. Approval of Minutes:

            1.         January 9, 2018 – reorganization meeting
            2.         January 16, 2018 – worksession/regular meeting
            3.         January 16, 2018 – executive session
 

G. Communications

 
REQUEST FROM THE MAX OF NEW PROVIDENCE AND SPRINGFIELD/UNION
            Request from The Max of New Providence and Springfield/Union for use of Union High School Parking Lot and Track for the Max Challenge on Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to raise money for Hope for Lauren Foundation.
 
REQUEST FROM NJ INDIAN LIONS CLUB
            Request from the New Jersey Indians Lions Club for use of high school or middle school for Musical Night on May 19, 2018 and requesting waiver of fees (Certificate of Insurance to be provided.
 
LETTER OF RESIGNATION – ZARINYAN
            Letter of resignation from Exavier Zarinyan, café aide-Livingston Elementary School, effective March 12, 2018.
 
LETTER OF RESIGNATION – REDFERN
            Letter of resignation from Ryan Redfern, social studies teacher-Kawameeh Middle School, effective June 30, 2018.
 
LETTER OF RETIREMENT – REGESKI
            Letter of resignation, for purposes of retirement, from Annette Regestki, part-time bus aide-transportation, effective March 1, 2018.
 
LETTER OF RESIGNATION – RIOS
            Letter of resignation from John Rios, part-time bus driver-transportation, effective March 15, 2018.
 
LETTER OF RETIREMENT – SORANNO
            Letter of resignation, for purpose of retirement, from William Soranno, science teacher-Union High School, effective June 30, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR LEAVE CORRECTION/UPDATE – DOS SANTOS
            Correction/update to request for unpaid non FMLA/NJFLA paternity leave from Cassiano Dos Santos, health/physical education teacher-Hannah Caldwell and Connecticut Farms Elementary Schools, new return date of March 14, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF LEAVE – FORD
            Request for extension of current unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) followed by unpaid maternity non FMLA/NJFLA leave from Erian Ford, first grade teacher-Hannah Caldwell Elementary School, new return date September 1, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR LEAVE – GEORGE
            Request for paid medical leave from Kristy George, special education teacher-Union High School, from February 28, 2018 and with a return date of April 11, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF LEAVE – WYCKOFF
            Request for extension of unpaid FMLA leave from Russell Wyckoff, health and physical education teacher-Franklin Elementary School, new return date of April 1, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR LEAVE – HUTTER
            Request for paid maternity leave from Lisa Hutter, kindergarten teacher-Livingston Elementary School, from April 30, 2018 to June 14, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR LEAVE – TEIXEIRA
            Request for paid medical leave from Rosa Teixeira, CST/school social worker-Jefferson School, from April 13, 2018 to May 28, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF LEAVE – NICHOLS
            Request for extension of unpaid FMLA leave from Shirley Nichols, teacher-Livingston Elementary School, now through April 30, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR LEAVE – KING
            Request for paid medical leave followed by unpaid FMLA from Nancy King, custodian-Union High School, from February 13, 2018 and with a return of April 26, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR LEAVE – ESPOSITO
            Request for paid medical leave from Maureen Esposito, 10-month secretary-Franklin Elementary School, from February 16, 2018 and with a return of April 23, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF LEAVE – BULLOCK
            Request for extension of paid medical leave from Dolores Bullock, ICR teacher-Livingston Elementary School, new return date of April 2, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF LEAVE – GINLACK
            Request for extension of unpaid FMLA leave from John Ginlack, custodian-Battle Hill Elementary School, new return date of June 1, 2018.
 
LETTER OF RESIGNATION – JETER
            Letter of resignation from Michael Jeter, math teacher-Union High School, effective April 6, 2018.
 
LETTER OF RESIGNATION – SAVINO
            Letter of resignation from Mary Savino, paraprofessional-Franklin Elementary School, effective April 24, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR LEAVE – TOWERS
            Request for paid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) from Pamela Towers, special education teacher-Kawameeh Middle School, from March 5, 2018 through March 9, 2018.
 
REQUEST FOR LEAVE – IOVINE
            Request for paid maternity leave and unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) from Elise Iovine, teacher-Livingston Elementary School, from April 30, 2018 and with a return date of October 15, 2018.
 
 

H. Superintendent’s Report

            1.         Award to Aramark Employee 
            2.         Presentation Future Ready School Training 
            3.         ROTC Recognition
            4.         EI Associates presentation - demographic study
 
 

I. Education/Student Discipline Committee Resolutions

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Education/Student Discipline Committee presents the following resolutions for the Board’s consideration:
 
E-1.     AFFIRM SUPERINTENDENT’S RESOLUTION OF HIB
            Affirm the Superintendent’s resolution of Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (HIB) conclusions for the period February 1, 2018 to February 28, 2018, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
E-2.     APPROVE USE OF BATTLE HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND HAMILTON BUILDING
            Approve Battle Hill Elementary School (July 2018) and the Hamilton building (June 25, 2018-August 31, 2018) for Extended School Year Program (ESY), ESY services, CST testing and/or home instruction.
 
E-3.     APPROVE CHILD OF EMPLOYEE TO ATTEND UNION TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS
            Approve child of Employee #10081 to attend Union Township Public Schools for the 2018-2019 school year, tuition free, in accordance with the non-public information in the hands of each Board member.
 
E-4.     APPRROVE CURRICULUM.
            Approve the following curriculum: (1) Amistad Curriculum (K-12); (2) Holocaust Curriculum (K-12) and (3) Program Adoption Process, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
E-5.     Agenda item combined with E-2 above.
 

I. Fiscal and Planning Committee Resolutions

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Fiscal and Planning Committee presents the following resolutions for the Board’s consideration:
 
F-1.     TREASURER’S REPORT
            That the Treasurer’s Report dated February 28, 2018 be accepted.

F-2.     SECRETARY’S REPORT
            That the Secretary’s Report dated February 28, 2018 be accepted.

F-3.     CERTIFY TREASURER’S AND SECRETARY’S REPORT
            Pursuant  to  N.J.A.C. 6A:23-2.11(a), I certify that as of February 28, 2018 no budgetary line item account has obligations and payments (contractual orders) which in total exceed the amount appropriated by the district Board of education pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:22-8 and 18:22-8.1.
 
 
                         /s/   Gregory E. Brennan                                               ____________
                        Gregory E. Brennan, Board Secretary                                   Dated
 
 
            Pursuant to N.J.A.C.6A:23-2.2(h), we certify that as of February 28, 2018 after review of the secretary’s monthly financial report (appropriations section) and upon consultation with the appropriate district officials that to the best of our knowledge no major account or fund has been over-expended in violation of N.J.A.C. 6A:23-2.2(d)3 and that sufficient funds are available to meet the district’s financial obligations for the remainder of the fiscal year. This certification is solely based on the information provided by the School Business Administrator and Board Secretary and is assumed by the Board to be correct.

F-4.     APPROVE APPROPRIATION TRANSFERS
            Approve appropriation transfers in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.

F-5.     APPROVE LIST OF CONTRACTS/PURCHASE ORDERS
            Approve the attached list of contracts and/or purchase orders pursuant to the requirements of N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-5 (bid exceptions to requirement for advertising) and 18A:18A-10(a) (purchase through State agency; procedure), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.

F-6.     APPROVE DISTRICT WIDE TRAVEL AND RELATED EXPENSES
            Approve district wide travel and related expenses pursuant to the requirements of N.J.S.A. 18A:11-12, N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-7 and Board Policy File Code 6471 and in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.

F-7.     PRE-APPROVE DISTRICTWIDE STUDENT FIELD TRIPS
            Pre-approve districtwide student field trip destinations and purposes pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-5.8 in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-8.     APPROVE LIST OF 2017-2018 STATE CONTRACT VENDORS
            Approve the amended list of the 2017-2018 State Contract Vendors pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-10(a) (purchase through State agency; procedure) to facilitate schools’ purchasing, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-9.     APPROVED LIST OF CONTRACTS/PURCHASES (STUDENT ACTIVITY)
            Approve the attached list of contracts and/or purchases pursuant to the requirements of N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-5(21) (paid by funds raised by or collected by students), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member:
 
School
Account/Department
Vendor/Description
Amount
Union High School
2072/Student Activities
Whitewater Challengers – Hiking Club’s end of year trip
$4,713.54
Kawameeh Middle School
40/Ski/Snowboard
Ski 93 – remaining balance due for trip to Killington, VT 3/23-3/25/18
$5,472.00
Kawameeh Middle School
41/Musical Production
CMT Sound Systems – sound system for Alice in Wonderland 3/8-3/10/2018
$5,250.00
Union High School
2012/Senior Prom
Posh Entertainment – prom DJ and photo booth
$4,250.00
Union High School
2072/Hiking Club
Fundraising.com – chocolate sale
$2,720.00
Union High School
2046/Key Club
Yankee Candles – Dcon for District Convention
$1,959.53
Union High School
2071/Environmental Science
EF Tours – tipping for Iceland Trip
$1,850.00
Union High School
2012/Senior Prom
Anderson’s Party – favors, decorations and supplies for prom
$3,983.64
Union High School
2014/Special Ed
Fairview Lakes YMC – student cost to camp
$3,295.00
Union High School
2190/Athletics
NJSIAA – estimate for ticket sale for girls semi-final State basketball game
$3,000.00 (approx..)
 
F-10.   APPROVE 2017-2018 OUT-OF-DISTRICT STUDENT PLACEMENT LIST
            Approval be given to amend the 2017-2018 out-of-district student placement list, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-11.   APPROVE FUNDRAISERS
            Approve the following fundraisers, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member:
 
Event Name
Date
Purpose
 
Relay for Life (Franklin Cancer Fighters)
March 16, 2018
To raise money for the American Cancer Society
Dine to Donate – Tiff’s Diner
March 21, 2018
To raise funds for transportation to/from airport and gratuities for the Iceland Trip (UHS-Environmental Science Field Trip)
Women’s Shelter Fundraiser (clothes donations)
April 2018-May 2018
To collect items to donate to a women’s shelter in time for Mother’s Day (UHS-Student Council)
UHS Cup Tournament
May 2018-June 2018
To raise funds for future UHS student council events
Powder Puff Game
May 2018
To raise funds for future UHS student council events
Spring Fling
April 6, 2018
To raise funds for the 8th grade field trip (Student Council-Kawameeh)
Fly on the Wall
May 2018
To raise funds for the 8th grade field trip (Student Council-Kawameeh)
Gertrude Hawk Chocolate Fundraiser
March/April 2018
To raise funds for the 8th grade field trip (Student Council-Kawameeh)
Chipotle Family Dinner Fundraiser
April 27, 2018
To raise funds for the 8th grade field trip (Student Council-Kawameeh)
Mr. Malanda Challenge Fundraiser
March 22-April 5, 2018
To raise funds for the 8th grade field trip (Student Council-Kawameeh)
Talent Show Fundraiser
April 6, 2018
To raise funds for the Class of 2018 activities (UHS project graduation, senior trip and prom)
Scoring Points for Kids – Basketball fundraiser
April 13, 2018
To raise funds for UHS Project Graduation
 
F-12.   ACCEPT DONATIONS
            Accept the following donations, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member:
 
From
For Use By
$/Item
UTEA
Burnet Middle School (yearbook donation) Student Activity Account
$175.00
 
F-13.   ACCEPT FUNDS – UHS SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
            Accept funds for UHS Senior Scholarship Awards – (a) $100 Geraldine Minieri Memorial Scholarship Fund, (b) $335 Ellen Rever ESL Scholarship Fund, and (c) $60,000 Margaret Fekete Memorial Scholarship Fund.
 
F-14.   APPROVE DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS – UHS SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS
            Approve distribution of funds from the following Union High School Senior Scholarship Awards: $100 – Geraldine Minieri Memorial Scholarship Fund.
 
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RESOLUTIONS F-15 THROUGH F-20 CONCERN THE PROPOSED BUDGET FOR THE 2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR
 
F-15.   APPROVE GENERAL FUND TAX LEVY
            Approve the General Fund tax levy of $89,776,128 in the 2018-2019 school year (includes use of banked cap in the amount of $321,359).

F-16.   APPROVE WITHDRAWAL FROM CAPITAL RESERVE TO CAPITAL OUTLAY (FUND 12)
            Approve withdrawal from Capital Reserve to Capital Outlay (Fund 12) in the amount of $1,100,000 for the following projects, in accordance with the information in the hands of each board member:
 
  1. Bathroom renovations – districtwide                                   $ 286,412.00
  2. New flooring – districtwide                                                  $   66,000.00
  3. Auditorium (floor, seats, lighting, paint) – Washington        $ 199,100.00
  4. Brick Wall – Administration building                                    $ 139,013.00
  5. Paving – districtwide                                                            $ 136,400.00
  6. Refinish gym floors – districtwide                                        $   68,200.00
  7. Masonry – districtwide                                                         $ 103,400.00
  8. Asbestos – districtwide                                                        $   33,000.00
  9. Ceiling, lighting – districtwide                                              $   33,275.00
  10. Windows – districtwide                                                        $   35,200.00
                                                                        TOTAL:                   $1,100,000.00
 
F-17.   APPROVE TRAVEL EXPENDITURE MAXIMUM
            Approve Travel Expenditure Maximum ($85,000), in accordance with the information in the hands of each board member.
 
F-18.   APPROVE ESTABLISHING A MAXIMUM DOLLAR LIMIT – PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
            Approve establishing a maximum dollar limit for professional services and public relations ($1,869,000) , in accordance with the information in the hands of each board member.
 
F-19.   APPROVE USE OF BANKED CAP
            Approve in the proposed budget the use of banked cap in accordance with N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-10.3(b).  The District has fully exhausted all eligible statutory spending authority and must increase the base budget in the amount of $321,359 for the purpose of increases in negotiated salaries for the 2018-2019 school year.
 
F-20.   APPROVE USE OF EXCESS SURPLUS FUNDS
            Approve the Board of Education to include in the General Fund Budget $1,455,646 of the Board of Education’s excess surplus funds (@ 6/30/17 per audit) to help reduce the local tax levy.
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F-21.   APPROVE ACCEPTANCE OF GRANT
            Approve acceptance of the NBC R.I.S.E. grant in the amount of $10,000 awarded to the Union High School Performing Arts Company (UHSPAC).
 
F-22.   APPROVE INCREASE TO P.O. 18-01213 – MARK FABER, MD
            Approve increase to P.O. #18-01213 with Mark P. Faber, MD to provide psychiatric evaluation services for the 2017-2018 school year from $5,500 to $9,350 to meet the District needs, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-23.   APPROVE INCREASE TO P.O. #18-01221 WITH CROSS COUNTY CLINICAL
            Approve increase to P.O. #18-01221 with Cross County Clincial to provide bilingual evaluation services for the 2017-2018 school year by $13,000 to meet the District needs, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-24.   APPROVE INCREASE TO P.O. #18-01232 WITH ACES
            Approve increase to P.O. #18-01232 with ACES to provide specialized evaluations (deaf or hard of hearing) for the 2017-2018 school year from $1,800 to $3,600 to meet the District needs, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-25.   APPROVE LEASE PURCHASE – NEW COPIERS
            Approve lease purchase of new copiers under State Contract Commodity Code G-2075 and State Contract A40467 for Savin Copiers districtwide from Atlantic Business Products, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-26.   For informational purposes only – vote not required.  List of legal services for the 2017-2018 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-27.   APPROVE SORENSON HOLDINGS, LLC – SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS
            Approve Sorenson Holdings, LLC, to provide two (2) sign language interpreters for parent(s) during school play/musical of Peter Pan on March 24, 2018, in an amount not to exceed $775.00.
 

J. Operations Committee Resolutions

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Operations Committee presents the following resolutions for the Board’s consideration:
 
O-1.     APPROVE SECURITY DRILL/BUS EVACUATION REPORTS
            Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:41-1 and P.L. 2009, Chapter 178, approve the following security drill and bus evacuation reports for the  2017-2018 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-2.     APPROVE AMENDMENT TO SRO AGREEMENT – 2017-2018
            Approve amendment to School Resource Officer Service Agreement to include the terms of the 2017-2018 School Year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-3.     APPROVE ADVERTISEMENT FOR SALE – WEIGHT ROOM EQUIPMENT
            Approve advertisement for sale weight room equipment which have been deemed no longer serviceable, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-4.     APPROVE INDEMNITY AND TRUST RENEWAL AGREEMENT RESOLUTION TO JOIN THE NJSIG – ERIC NORTH
            Approve Indemnity and Trust Renewal Agreement Resolution to join the New Jersey School Insurance Group – Eric North for the period July 1, 2017 to July 1, 2020, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-5.     APPROVE REVISED PROPOSAL FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES – EXTERIOR WALL REPAIR STUDY
            Approve revised proposal for Architectural and Engineering Services for exterior wall repair study in the amount of $12,000 (not to exceed), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-6.     REQUEST FROM THE MAX OF NEW PROVIDENCE AND SPRINGFIELD/UNION
            Request from The Max of New Providence and Springfield/Union for use of Union High School Parking Lot and Track for the Max Challenge on Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to raise money for Hope for Lauren Foundation (Certificates of Insurance to be provided by The Max and all food truck vendors), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-7.     REQUEST FROM NEW JERSEY INDIANS LION CLUB
            Request from the New Jersey Indians Lions Club for use of high school or middle school for Musical Night on May 19, 2018 and requesting waiver of rental fees (Certificate of Insurance to be provided), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 

K. Personnel Committee Resolutions

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Personnel Committee presents the following resolutions for the Board’s consideration:
 
P-1.     Agenda item approved at March 13, 2018 worksession (Personnel Actions)
 
P-1A.   PERSONNEL ACTIONS
            Personnel Actions be approved in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
P-2.     Agenda item approved at March 13, 2018 worksession (substitute lists)
 
P-3.     ACCEPT LETTERS OF RESIGNATION/RETIREMENT
            Accept letters of resignation/retirement from the following staff:
 
 
 
 
Retirements
Name
 
Position
Location              
Effective Date: (Noted on letter)
Reason
Date of Hire
Not including leave of absences.
(May include Substituting history)
Attendance to BOE meeting
Regeski, Annette
Part Time Bus Aide
Trans-portation
3/1/18
Retirement
09/03/2003
TBD
Soranno, William
Teacher
of Science
UHS
6/30/18
Retirement
09/01/1974
N/A
 
 
Resignations
Name
 
Position
Location              
Eff.
Date
Reason
Notes/
Corrections
Redfern, Ryan
Social Studies Teacher
KMS
6/30/18
Resignation
 
Rios, John
Part Time Bus Driver
Trans-portation
3/15/18
Resignation
 
Zarinyan, Exavier
Part Time Café Aide
Liv
3/12/18
Resignation
 
Jeter, Michael
Teacher of Mathematics
UHS
4/6/18
Resignation
 
Savino, Mary
Paraprofessional
Franklin
3/24/18
Resignation
 
 
 
P-4.     APPROVE LEAVES
            Approve leaves for the following staff:
 
Leave of Absences
Name
 
Position
Location              
Leave Dates
Leave Type 
Regarding updated info only.
Notes/
Corrections:
All tentative approvals are pending required documentation.
Dos Santos, Cassiano
Health & Physical Education Teacher
CF
2/28/18-3/13/18
Unpaid Paternity
Non FMLA/NJFLA
Correction to previous approval. Does not meet FMLA/NJFLA requirements.
Ford, Erian
First Grade Teacher
HC
Extension Return of 9/1/2018
Unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
Followed by Unpaid Non FMLA/NJFLA Maternity Leave
Original leave began 10/13/17. FMLA/NJFLA entitlement time up to 12 weeks. 
George, Kristy
Special Education Teacher
UHS
2/28/18-Return 4/11/18
Paid Medical Leave
Use of available consecutive sick days at this time.
Hutter, Lisa
Kindergarten Teacher
Liv
4/30/18-6/14/18
Paid Maternity Leave
Requested the use of sick days only at this time.
King, Nancy
Custodian
UHS
2/13/18-Return 4/26/18
Paid Medical Leave followed by unpaid FMLA leave.
FMLA entitlement time up to 12 weeks.
 
Nichols. Shirley
Elementary Teacher
Liv
Extension
Through 4/30/18
Unpaid FMLA Leave
FMLA entitlement time up to 12 weeks.
Original leave began 10/17/17.  
Teixeira, Rosa
CST/School Social Worker
Jeff
4/13/18-5/28/18
Paid Medical Leave
Use of available consecutive sick  days at this time.
Wyckoff, Russell
Health & Physical Education Teacher
Franklin
Extension
Return 4/2/18
Unpaid FMLA Leave
Original leave began 12/15/17. FMLA entitlement time up to 12 weeks. 
Bullock, Dolores
Teacher-ICR
Liv
Extension Return 4/2/18
Paid Medical Leave
Requested the use of sick days only at this time.
Esposito, Maureen
10 Month Secretary
Frank
2/16/18
Return 4/23/18
Paid Medical Leave
Requested the use of sick days only at this time.
Iovine, Elise
First Grade Teacher
Liv
4/30/18- Return 10/15/2018
Paid Maternity
And Unpaid
FMLA/NJLA (Concurrently)
FMLA/NJFLA entitlement time not to 12 weeks. 
Towers, Pamela
 
Special Education Teacher
KMS
3/5/18-3/9/18
Paid FMLA/NJFLA
FMLA/NJFLA entitlement time up to 12 weeks.  
Ginlack, John
Custodian
BH
Extension
Return 6/1/18
Unpaid FMLA
FMLA up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave. Org. leave began 10/16/17
 
 
P-5.     Item removed from agenda at March 20, 2018 meeting (change of salary class).
 

M. Residency Committee Resolutions

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Residency Committee presents the following resolutions for the Board’s consideration:

R-1.     APPOVE LIST OF STUDENTS REMOVED FROM ROLLS
            Approval be given to amend the list of students removed from the rolls [one (1) student exited from February 1 through February 28, 2018 (1 from secondary) or a total of twenty-five (25) students for the 2017-2018 school year] who are not domiciled in this school district and two (2) students who will be allowed to complete the 2017-2018 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
R-2.     APPROVE TO REMOVE STUDENT
            Approval to remove student #240575 from the attendance rolls as the student has been determined to be ineligible to attend the Township of Union Public Schools as a resident student.
 

N. Technology Committee

 

O. Approval of Bills

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, that the Board concur with the bills listed in the permanent bound register appended to these minutes and be ordered for payment.
 

P. Unfinished Business

Q. New Business

R. Comments from the Public

S. Adjournment  ___________ p.m.

 
 

 

 

 

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