Worksession meeting, Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 7 p.m. of the Township of Union Board of Education at the Administration Building, 2369 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ 07083

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Tuesday, March 12, 2019 - 7:00pm

The Township of Union Board of Education, worksession meeting, Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Administration Building, 2369 Morris Avenue, Union, New Jersey 07083.  Action will be taken.

 

TOWNSHIP OF UNION BOARD OF EDUCATION

WORKSESSION AGENDA – MARCH 12, 2019

 

A. Roll Call

B. Flag Salute

C. Open Public Meetings Act Statement

D. Mission Statement

E. Comments from Public on Resolutions in BOLD only

F. Approval of Minutes:

            1.         November 13, 2018 – worksession
            2.         November 13, 2018 – executive session #1
            3.         November 13, 2018 – executive session #2
            4.         November 20, 2018 – regular meeting
            5.         November 20, 2018 – executive session
            6.         December 11, 2018 – worksession
            7.         December 18, 2018 – regular meeting
            8.         December 18, 2018 – executive session
 

G. Communications

REQUEST FROM SCHOOL AND COLLEGE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION
Request from School and College Officials Association to use the Union High School cafeteria on October 23, 2019 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. to present NJSIAA state soccer tournament rules to our membership.
 
REQUEST FROM KAWAMEEH MIDDLE SCHOOL
Request from Principal Malanda of Kawameeh Middle School requesting a plaque be placed at the entrance to the gym memorializing the services of Jack DeBarbieri and for the gymnasium be known as the Jack DeBarbieri Gymnasium.
 
REQUEST FROM TOWNSHIP OF UNION EDUCATION FOUNDATION
Request from Township of Union Education Foundation requesting the use of the gym and cafeteria at Jefferson School on Friday, September 27, 2019 from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. for the third annual Township-wide pizza tasting contest and requesting a waiver of fees.
 
REQUEST FROM UNION TOWNSHIP CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Request from Union Township Chamber of Commerce requesting the use of the Union High School facility site for the Chamber’s 8th Annual Mayor’s Day 5K Run on September 22, 2019.
 
REQUEST FROM PATRICIA WIGGINS
Request from Patricia Wiggins to leave the Little Library as a farewell gift to Washington School.
 
CORRECTION TO REQUEST FOR LEAVE – JURGENS-LIPARI
Correction to paid child rearing leave followed by unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) from Danielle Jurgens-Lipari, teacher-Jefferson School, April 1, 2019-June 30, 2019.
 
LETTER OF RESGINATION – RALSTON
Letter of resignation from Ryan Ralston, custodian-Hannah Caldwell Elementary School, effective March 15, 2019.
 
LETTER OF RETIREMENT – DIMAKOS
Letter of resignation, for the purpose of retirement, from Linda Dimakos, teacher-Washington Elementary School, effective July 1, 2019.
 
LETTER OF RETIREMENT – ERMAN
Letter of resignation, for the purpose of retirement, from Sheryl Erman, teacher-Livingston Elementary School, effective July 1, 2019.
 
LETTER OF RETIREMENT – SIBILIA
Letter of resignation, for the purpose of retirement, from Carolina Sibilia, English teacher-Burnet Middle School, effective July 1, 2019.
 
LETTER OF RETIREMENT – VALLIER
Letter of resignation, for the purpose of retirement, from Nanette Vallier, school psychologist-Kawameeh Middle School, effective July 1, 2019.
 
LETTER OF RETIREMENT – WIGGINS
Letter of resignation, for the purpose of retirement, from Patricia Wiggins, teacher-Washington Elementary School, effective July 1, 2019.
 
LETTER OF RETIREMENT – D’AGOSTINO
Letter of resignation, for the purpose of retirement, from Mary Ann D’Agostino, special education teacher-Livingston Elementary School, effective May 1, 2019.
 
UPDATE TO REQUEST FOR LEAVE – BRAXTON-WILSON
Update to request for paid medical leave from Chandra Braxton-Wilson, librarian/media specialist-districtwide, new return date - March 1, 2019.
 
EXTENSION TO REQUEST FOR LEAVE – GARAY
Request for extension of paid medial leave followed by unpaid FMLA from Marlene Garay, special education teacher-Burnet Middle School, new return date – April 1, 2019.
 
EXTENSION TO REQUEST FOR LEAVE – GLENN
Request for extension of unpaid child rearing leave from Melissa Glenn, first grade teacher-Hannah Caldwell Elementary School, new return date – September 1, 2019.
 
UPDATE TO REQUEST FOR LEAVE – HOMES KELLY
Update to request for paid medical leave from Eileen Homes Kelly-kindergarten teacher-Connecticut Farms Elementary School, new return date – September 1, 2019.
 
 
EXTENSION TO REQUEST FOR LEAVE – MELCHOR
Request for extension of paid medical leave followed by unpaid FMLA from Julie Melchor, vocal music teacher-Jefferson School, new return date – April 1, 2019.
 
REQUEST FOR INTERMITTENT LEAVE – MORIELLO
Request for intermittent FMLA leave from Alexia Moriello, special education teacher-Hannah Caldwell Elementary School, March 1, 2019 - June 26, 2019.
 
REQUEST FOR LEAVE – PIGGOTT
Request for NJFLA leave from Ann-Maria Piggott, part-time aide-transportation department, March 25, 2019 – April 5, 2019.
 
REQUEST FOR INTERMITTENT LEAVE – PHILLIPS
Request for intermittent FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) leave from Nonie Phillips, special education teacher-Burnet Middle School, February 28, 2019 – June 30, 2019.
 
REQUEST FOR INTERMITTENT LEAVE – PUORRO
Request for unpaid intermittent child rearing leave under FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) from Matthew Puorro, physical education teacher-Hannah Caldwell Elementary School, May 9, 2019 – May 9, 2020.
 
REQUEST FOR LEAVE – SARANGO
Request for non-FMLA unpaid medical leave from Ana Sarango, part-time aide-transportation department, February 27, 2019 – March 29, 2019.
 
UPDATE TO REQUEST FOR LEAVE – VINCENT
Update to request for unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) leave from Jaclyn Vincent, kindergarten teacher-Connecticut Farms Elementary School, new return date – March 8, 2019.
 
 

H. Superintendent’s Report

            1.         Presentation by Union High School
            2.         Presentation – Millionaire Mindset Mansion for Teens (March 12th)
            3.         Presentation – UHS recognized by St. Jude – Cheryl Fiske (March 12th)
            4.         Presentation – ESIP by Dan Riggle of Schneider Electric (March 12th)
 
 

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 month of February 2019, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
E-2.     APPROVAL OF 2019-2020 CALENDARS
            Approval of the 2019-2020 calendars, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
E-3.     APPROVE CHILD OF EMPLOYEE TO ATTEND UNION TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS
            Approve child of Employee #12233 to attend the Township of Union Public Schools for the 2019-2020 school year, tuition free, in accordance with the non-public information in the hands of each Board member.
 
E-4.     APPROVE USE OF BATTLE HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND HAMILTON BUILDING
            Approve Battle Hill Elementary School (July 2019) and the Hamilton building (June 27, 2019-August 31, 2019) for Extended School Year Program (ESY), ESY services, CST testing and/or home instruction.
 
E-5.     APPROVE RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION HANDBOOK
            Approve Township of Union School District Response to Intervention (RTI) handbook, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
E-6.     APPROVE CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK
            Approve Township of Union School District new curriculum framework, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
E-7.     APPROVE SOCIAL STUDIES COURSES
            Approve new courses to Social Studies Department at Union High School: (a) SS 420 S-History through Media, Pop Culture and Film; (b) SS 430: African American History; (c) SS 480: Tomorrow’s Teachers.
 
E-8.     APPROVE NJDOE MANDATED TUITION CONTRACT
            Approve the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) mandated Tuition Contract for the 2018-2019 school year, in accordance with the non-public information in the hands of each Board member.
 

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, 2019 be accepted.
 
F-2.     SECRETARY’S REPORT
            That the Secretary’s Report dated February 28, 2019 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, 2019 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, 2019 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 2018-2019 STATE CONTRACT VENDORS
            Approve the amended list of the 2018-2019 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
Burnet Middle School
Music
Villani Bus Co – Music in the Park
$3,211.00
Burnet Middle School
Music
Festivals of Music – tickets
$3,636.00
Burnet Middle School
Music
Festivals of Music – admission
$1,603.00
Kawameeh Middle School
41/Music Production
C&R Graphics – playbills for Aladdin, Jr.
$1,375.00
Kawameeh Middle School
41/Musical Production
CMT Sound Systems – sounds/lights for Aladdin, Jr.
$5,840.00
Union High School
2012/Senior Prom
Grand Marquis – balance/total cost of prom
$50,000.00 (not to exceed)
Union High School
2001/Music
Audio Inc. – rental of sound equipment for Chicago
$7,500.00 (not to exceed)
Union High School
2012/Senior Prom
Anderson’s – prom court supplies/prom favors
$4,800.00 (not to exceed)
Union High School
2012/Senior Prom
Eggsotic Events – décor rental vendor senior prom
$3,500.00
Union High School
2012/Senior Prom
Stumps Party – decorations for senior prom
$1,700.00 (not to exceed)
Union High School
2001/Music
Home Depot – purchase of lumber etc – Chicago spring musical
$1,614.57
 
F-10.   APPROVE 2018-2019 OUT-OF-DISTRICT STUDENT PLACEMENT LIST
            Approval be given to amend the 2018-2019 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
Lipsync Battle Fundraiser
4/26/19
UHS/Class of 2019 – to raise funds for the class of 2019 project graduation and senior trip
“Chicago” Concession Sales
3/29-4/7/19
UHS/Advanced Musical Theatre/UHSPAC – to raise funds for the production costs of “Chicago”
50/50 Raffle Fundraiser
3/29-4/7/19
UHS/Advanced Musical Theatre/UHSPAC – to raise funds for the production costs of “Chicago”
Latin Dance Class/Snack Fundraiser (after school)
5/3/19
UHS/National Spanish Honor Society-to raise funds for the farewell dinner, cords and future events
End of Year – Farewell Dinner
5/20/19
UHS/National Spanish Honor Society – to honor graduating students and say farewell to continued students
Lawn Sign Sale
4/26/19
UHS/Class of 2019 – to raise funds for the class of 2019 project graduation and senior trip
Kiss a Senior Goodbye candy gram
5/20-29/19
UHS/Class of 2019 – to raise funds for the class of 2019 project graduation and senior trip
UHS Apparel Sale
March/April 2019
UHS/Class of 2019 – to raise funds for the class of 2019
Senior Shirts Sale
March/April 2019
UHS/Class of 2019 – to raise funds for the class of 2019
 
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
LifeTouch
Union High School
$1,425.26
Labor of Love Health Care LLC
Battle Hill Elementary School
Two Chrome Books
 
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RESOLUTIONS F-13 THROUGH F-17 CONCERN THE PROPOSED BUDGET FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR
 
F-13.   APPROVE GENERAL FUND TAX LEVY
            Approve the General Fund tax levy of $91,571,651 in the 2019-2020 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-14.   APPROVE WITHDRAWAL FROM CAPITAL RESERVE TO CAPITAL OUTLAY (FUND 12)
            Approve withdrawal from Capital Reserve to Capital Outlay (Fund 12) in the amount of $361,373 for the following projects, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member:
 
  1. Bathroom renovations – districtwide                                                $  44,000.00
  2. New flooring – districtwide                                                               $  66,000.00
  3. Masonry – districtwide                                                                      $  44,000.00
  4. Asbestos – districtwide                                                                      $  22,000.00
  5. Ceiling, lighting – districtwide                                                          $  55,000.00
  6. New scoreboard – USA main field                                                    $130,373.00
                                                                        TOTAL:                      $361,373.00
 
F-15.   APPROVE TRAVEL EXPENDITURE MAXIMUM
            Approve Travel Expenditure Maximum ($__________), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-16.   APPROVE ESTABLISHING A MAXIMUM DOLLAR LIMIT – PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
            Approve establishing a maximum dollar limit for professional services and public relations ($_________), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-17.   APPROVE USE OF EXCESS SURPLUS FUNDS
            Approve the Board of Education to include in the General Fund Budget $808,567 of the Board of Education’s excess surplus funds (@ 6/30/18 per audit) to help reduce the local tax levy.
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F-18.   APPROVE NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL ADDITIONAL FUNDING SECURITY AID PROGRAM AGREEMENTS – UCESC
            Approve the Union County Educational Services Commission 2018-2019 Nonpublic School Additional Funding Security Aid Program Agreements for the participating school located within the District: (a) Holy Spirit School and (b) St. Michael School, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-19.   For informational purposes only – vote not required.  List of legal services for the 2018-2019 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 

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  2018-2019 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-2.     APPROVE ORGANIZATIONAL CHART FOR DISTRICT
            Approve organizational chart for the District, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-3.     APPROVE DISPOSAL OF EQUIPMENT
            Approve the disposal of a paper folder (Serial #15998) which is deemed no longer serviceable by the District, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-4.     APPROVE JOINT RESOLUTION FOR TRANSPORTATION – SUSSEX COUNTY REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COOPERATIVE
            Approve the Joint Resolution for Participation of Transportation Services with the Sussex County Regional Transportation Cooperative for the 2018-2019 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-5.     APPROVE AUTHORIZATION TO EI ASSOCIATES
            Approve authorization to EI Associates to submit all necessary plans and paperwork to the Department of Education concerning the exterior wall repair design at the Administration Building to serve as an application to the Office of School Facilities and an amendment to the District’s Long Range Facility Plan.  This is an “Other Capital” project and the District is not seeking State funding but will fund the project through the District’s Capital Reserve (Fund 12) Account.
 
O-6.     APPROVE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES AGREEMENT – ESSEX REGIONAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES COMMISSION
            Approve the Transportation Services Agreement with the Essex Regional Services Commission for the 2018-2019 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
DISCUSSION ITEM:
 
  1. REQUEST FROM SCHOOL AND COLLEGE OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION - Request from School and College Officials Association to use the Union High School cafeteria on October 23, 2019 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. to present NJSIAA state soccer tournament rules to membership, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
  2. REQUEST FROM KAWAMEEH MIDDLE SCHOOL - Request from Principal Malanda of Kawameeh Middle School requesting a plaque be placed at the entrance to the gym memorializing the services of Jack DeBarbieri and for the gymnasium be known as the Jack DeBarbieri Gymnasium, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
  3. REQUEST FROM TOWNSHIP OF UNION EDUCATION FOUNDATION - Request from Township of Union Education Foundation requesting the use of the gym and cafeteria at Jefferson School on Friday, September 27, 2019 from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. for the third annual Township-wide pizza tasting contest and requesting a waiver of fees, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
  4. REQUEST FROM UNION TOWNSHIP CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Request from Union Township Chamber of Commerce requesting the use of the Union High School facility site for the Chamber’s 8th Annual Mayor’s Day 5K Run on September 22, 2019, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
  5. REQUEST FROM PATRICIA WIGGINS - Request from Patricia Wiggins to leave the Little Library as a farewell gift to Washington School, at no cost to the District.  There are three (3) options for the Little Library – (1) lawn of Washington School, (2) affix to building or (3) installed indoors, 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.     PERSONNEL ACTIONS
            Personnel Actions be approved in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
P-2.     APPROVE SUBSTITUTE LISTS
            Approve Substitute Lists for the 2018-2019 school year in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board.
 
P-3.     ACCEPT LETTERS OF RESIGNATION/RETIREMENT
            Accept letters of resignation/retirement from the following staff:
 
Name
 
Position
Location           
Eff.
Date
Reason
Notes/
Corrections
Ralston, Ryan
Custodian
HC
3/15/19
Resignation
 
D’Agostino, Mary
Special Education Teacher
Liv
5/1/2019
Retirement
 
Dimakos, Linda
Elementary Teacher
Wash
7/1/19
Retirement
 
Erman, Sheryl
Elementary Teacher
Liv
7/1/19
Retirement
 
Sibilia, Carolina
Teacher of English
BMS
7/1/19
Retirement
 
Vallier, Nanette
School Psychologist
KMS
7/1/19
Retirement
 
Wiggins, Patricia
Elementary Teacher
Wash
7/1/19
Retirement
 
 
P-4.     APPROVE LEAVES
            Approve leaves for the following staff:
 
Name
 
Position
Location              
Leave Dates
Leave Type 
Regarding updated info only.
Notes/
Corrections
Braxton, Chandra
Librarian/Media Specialist
DW
Update to Return:
3/1/19
Returned early from Paid Medical Leave
Returned Early
Garay, Marlene
Special Education Teacher
BMS
Extension
Return 4/1/19
Extension of Paid Medical Leave and Unpaid FMLA
Org. leave began 2/5/19.
FMLA entitlement not to exceed 12 unpaid weeks.
Glenn, Melissa
First Grade Teacher
HC
Extension
Return 9/1/19
Extension of Unpaid Child Rearing Leave-Non FMLA
FMLA entitlement time has been exhausted.
Holmes Kelly, Eileen
Kindergarten Teacher
CF
Update to Return:
9/1/19
Paid Medical Leave
Org. leave began 9/1/18.
Jurgens, Lipari Danielle
Elementary Teacher
Jeff
Update to dates:
4/1/19-6/30/19
Paid Maternity and Unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
Not to exceed FMLA/NJFLA 12 week entitlement.
Melchor, Julie
Vocal Music Teacher
Jeff
Extension
Return 4/1/19
Extension of Paid Medical leave and Unpaid FMLA
FMLA entitlement  not to exceed 12 unpaid weeks.
Moriello, Alexia
Special Education Teacher
HC
3/1/19-6/26/19
Intermittent FMLA Leave
FMLA entitlement  not to exceed 12 weeks.
Piggot, Ann-Maria
Part Time Aide
Transportation
3/25/19-4/5/19
NJFLA Leave
NJFLA  entitlement not to exceed 12 weeks.
Phillips, Nonie
Special Education Teacher
BMS
2/28/19-6/30/19
Intermittent FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
FMLA/NJFLA  entitlement not to exceed 12 weeks.
Puorro, Matthew
Physical Education Teacher
HC
Intermittent 5/9/19-5/9/20
Intermittent Child Rearing Leave FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
FMLA/NJFLA  entitlement not to exceed 12 weeks.
Sarango, Ana
Part Time Aide
Transportation
2/27/19-3/29/19
Return 4/1/19
Non FMLA Unpaid Medical Leave
Does not meet FMLA Requirements.
Vincent, Jaclyn
Teacher of Kindergarten
CF
Update to return
Return: 3/8/19
Unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
Not to exceed FMLA/NJFLA 12 week entitlement.
 
 
 
P-5.     APPROVE TEACHER – MASTERS PROGRAM IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP
            Approve Alison Brehm to proceed with her research to qualify for the completion of the College of St. Elizabeth’s Master’s Program in Educational Leadership, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
P-6.     APPROVE TEACHER – MASTERS PROGRAM IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP
            Approve Michael DiPaolo to proceed with his research to qualify for the completion of the College of St. Elizabeth’s Master’s Program in Educational Leadership, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
P-7.     APPROVE DISTRICT COMMUNICATION LIAISON - ARDITO
            Approve Nicholas Ardito as the communication liaison to local law enforcement agencies for the 2018-2019 school year, at no cost to the District.
 
P-8.     APPROVE STUDENT TEACHERS AND INTERNSHIPS
            Approve student teachers and internships for the 2018-2019 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 

L. Policy Committee

 

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.     APPROVE LIST OF STUDENTS REMOVED FROM ROLLS
            Approval be given to amend the list of students removed from the rolls [two (2) students exited from February 1 through February 28, 2019 (1 from elementary and 1 from high school) or a total of twenty-five (25) students for the 2018-2019 school year] who are not domiciled in this school district and two (2) students who will be allowed to complete the 2018-2019 school year, in accordance with the non-public information in the hands of each Board member.
 
R-2.     APPROVE TO REMOVE STUDENT
            Approval to remove student #226738 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.
 
R-3.     APPROVE TO REMOVE STUDENT
            Approval to remove student #270588 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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