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SALAMANCA CITY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD Education Regular Meeting Minutes of April 19, MINUTES Board of OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING 2011 6:30 P.M. Regular Meeting
April 19, 2011
Large Group Instruction Room
Present: Board of Education Members: President Robert Crandall, Vice-President Theresa Ray, Eric Butler, Lance Hoag, Brent Martin, Janice Tinnerman (late) Superintendent: J. Douglas Hay Business Manager: Karen S. Watt School District Clerk: Janet L. Grochowina Administrators: Ann Marie Anderson, Donnald Hensel, Charles Oyler, Laurence Whitcomb and Christopher Siebert Interested Guests; Chris Leavor, Lisa Monacelli, Levi Sponeybarger, Donna Abrams, Susan Andrews, Lisa Gunning, Debra Haines, Tawnee Bocharski, Alexis Roesser, Danielle Eaton, Brooke Canale, Tammy Dry, Zanthe John, Shelby Hensel, Emily Cooper, MacKenzie Hoag, Jackie Bennett, Kathie Gordon, Rachael Ferguson, Michele Morris, Judy Lefford, Kari Kloss and Rich Place-Salamanca Press Rep. Call to Order and Pledge of Allegiance Board President Robert Crandall called the Regular Meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Approve the Agenda Motioned by Hoag Seconded by Ray That the Agenda for the Board of Education Regular Meeting of April 19, 2011 along with the addendum of adding an executive session be approved. 5 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Welcome Students, Guests, and/or Visitors (Public Participation) Superintendent Search Update-Robert Crandall, Board President President Crandall gave an update on the Superintendent Search Update. He noted the process has been going on. There were a number of candidates and the board narrowed it to seven candidates and then narrowed it to three candidates. The finalists will be interviewed by groups Monday, April 25, 2011, Tuesday, April 26, 2011 and Wednesday, April 27, 2011. He noted that overall the board was very happy with the quality of candidates. They were comfortable with the seven and the top 3 choices were unanimous. He announced the finalists that are being interviewed. Monday is Robert Breidenstein, Tuesday is Larry Ljungberg, and Wednesday is Maureen Donahue. Presentation-International Club, Alexis Roesser and Italy Trip Participants Mrs. Roesser thanked all and noted the power point was produced by students and chaperones and then a piece of candy BACIO a hazelnut candy was passed out to the board of education. Mrs. Roesser reviewed each day of the trip. They all met at the Buffalo/Niagara International Airport at noon on April 4, 2011 and eventually arrived in Italy on Tuesday, April 5, 2011. Some of the activities they experienced were: Tuesday they flew over the Alps and stopped in Verona to see Juliets balcony, Wednesday they took a guided tour of Venice including St. Marks Square, saw glass blowing and lace-making and also rode on gondolas, Thursday they toured Florence and visited Ponte Vecchio and the Duomo, Friday they toured Siena in the Tuscany Region, Saturday they stopped in Pisa to see its leaning tower and also visited Assisi, Sunday they toured Rome including the Coliseum, the Roman Forum, Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel and St. Peters Basilica, Monday they visited the Trevi Fountain and threw in coins, Tuesday they visited Sorrento and Pompeii and students dipped their toes in the Mediterranean Sea, Wednesday their final destination was to the Island of Capri. They thanked everyone that made their trip possible. Mr. Crandall thanked them for coming and sharing. He noted it was amazing they had this opportunity and they did them proud. He congratulated them and welcomed them back.
Board Message President Crandall welcomed everyone back from spring break and noted the end of the school year is not that far away.
Board Member Janice Tinnerman arrived at approximately 6:55 p.m.
Board of Education Regular Meeting Minutes of April 19, 2011
Consent Agenda Motioned by Ray Seconded by Hoag That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Consent Agenda as listed A. Approve Board of Education Regular Meeting/Workshop Minutes of March 21, 2011, Special Meeting Minutes of March 22, 2011, and Special Meeting Minutes of March 23, 2011. B. Financial Items 5.B.1 Claims Auditor Report for March 2011 C. Field Trips/Leaves of Absence 5.C.1 That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Heather Mason, Special Education Teacher be granted an Unpaid Leave of Absence March 14, 2011. 5.C.2 That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, William Fink, Custodian, be granted an Unpaid Leave of Absence March 15, 2011. 5.C.3 That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Kathleen Hook, Bus Monitor, be granted an Unpaid Leave of Absence March 23, 2011 through April 1, 2011. 5.C.4 That upon the recommendations of the Superintendent, Ella Keith, Cleaner, be granted an Unpaid Leave of Absence March 29, 2011 through April 20, 2011. 5.C.5 That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Rosemarie Friedman, Cleaner, be granted an Unpaid Leave of Absence March 30, 2011 through April 4, 2011. 5.C.6 That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Lisa Rettberg, Cleaner, be granted an Unpaid Leave of Absence, April 4, 2011. 5.C.7 That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Jennifer Bastian, Special Education Teacher, be granted an Unpaid Medical Leave of Absence, effective March 24, 2011 and May 13, 2011. 5.C.8 STEP, Field Trip to Syracuse University for the College Tour, April 20, 2011 through April 21, 2011.(non-district transportation) That the Consent Agenda, as listed, be approved. 6Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Old Business-None New Business Proposed 2011-2012 Budget Motioned by Hoag Seconded by Tinnerman That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board hereby adopts the expenditure side of the 2011-2012 Budget in the amount of $ 25,051,804 to be submitted to the residents of the District on May 17, 2011, for the annual budget vote. 6Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Annual Scholarship Motioned by Tinnerman Seconded by Martin That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education accepts and establishes an annual Roland and Betty Block Memorial Scholarship of $250 for a senior girl and $250 for a senior boy who meet the criteria established by the children of Roland and Betty Block, and that a letter of appreciation be sent, be approved. 6Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried 2011-2012 School Calendar Motioned by Hoag Seconded by Tinnerman That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the 2011-2012 School Calendar, as presented, be adopted. 6Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Create Position Motioned by Ray Seconded by Tinnerman That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, a School Psychology Intern position for the 2011-2012 school year effective September 1, 2011 through June 22, 2012, be approved. 6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried
Alfred University Specialist Internship Agreement Motioned by Martin Seconded by Tinnerman That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Alfred University Specialist Internship Agreement to provide an educational experience to a trainee completing a training sequence in school psychology be approved and the Superintendent be authorized to execute the agreement, be approved. 6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried CSU Contract Ratification Motioned by Hoag Seconded by Butler That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, and following the Consolidated Services Unit (CSU) ratification of such proposal, BE IT RESOLVED that the Collective Negotiation Settlement with the Consolidated Services Unit for a new three-year contract (2011-2012, 2012-2013, and 2013-2014) Collective Negotiations Agreement, be approved to the extent required by law and that the Superintendent of Schools be hereby authorized and directed to execute same on behalf of the District. 6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Property Tax Report Card Motioned by Ray Seconded by Martin That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following Property Tax Report Card be approved: Property Tax Report Card Salamanca City Central School District Actual 2010-2011 $25,868,541 Proposed 2011-2012 $25,051,804 % CHANGE -3.16%
TOTAL SPENDING TOTAL ESTIMATED SCHOOL TAX LEVY PUBLIC SCHOOL ENROLLMENT CONSUMER PRICE INDEX
$ 3,233,865 1,445
$ 3,427,897 1,418 1.60%
ACTUAL 2010-2011 RESERVED FUND BALANCE APPROPRIATED FUND BALANCE UNRESERVED, UNAPPROPRIATED FUND BALANCE UNRESERVED, UNAPPROPRIATED FUND BALANCE AS A PERCENT OF TOTAL BUDGET $ 2,026,850 $ 839,989
ESTIMATED 2011-2012 $ 1,649,873 $ 876,977
6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried
Donation Motioned by Tinnerman Seconded by Hoag That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, a donation of $750 for the purchase of a picnic table for the Salamanca High School memorial garden in memory of Jim Brundage, donated by Lois, Joe, Matt and Grant Niedzwiedski and Tammy and Jordan Brundage, be accepted and a letter of appreciation be sent, be approved. 6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Budget Transfer Motioned by Ray Seconded by Butler That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following budget transfers be approved to properly fund line items based on actual and projected expenses through June 30, 2011: TRANSFER FUNDS FROM THESE CODES BUDGET CODE A1310.490.09 A 2855.160-00-000 A1620.160.00 A1621.160.00 A1621.170.00 A1621.400.16.006 A1670.160.00 A1670.162.00 A1670.500.05 A1680.490.09 A1981.490.09 A1983.490.09 A2010.140.00 A2010.490.09 A2020.150.00 A2020.151.00 A2020.164.00 A2070.490.09 A2110.120.00 A2110.130.00 A2110.455.05 A2110.490.09 A2110.500.03.601 A2250.130.00 A2250.151.00 A2280.490.09 A2330.160.00 A2810.490.09 A2815.162.00 A2825.150.00 A2825.151.00 A2825.152.00 A2855.150.00.000 A2855.160.00.019 A5510.160.00 A5510.162.00 A5530.171.00 A9050.800.05 TRANSFER FUNDS TO THESE CODES BUDGET CODE A1310.160.00 A1310.163.00 A1325.160.00 A1420.400.05 A1620.163.00 A1621.161.00 A1621.163.00 A1621.400.16.005 A1670.163.00 A1670.432.05 A2010.150.07 A2010.151.00 A2010.162.00 A2020.150.07 A2020.160.00 A2020.163.00 A2020.170.00 A2110.125.07 A2110.127.00 A2110.127.07 A2110.130.07 A2110.132.07 A2110.133.00 A2110.150.00.1 A2110.150.00.307 A2110.151.00.307 A2110.152.00.307 A2110.500.03.602 A2250.130.07 A2250.131.07 A2250.132.07 A2250.153.00 A2250.160.00 A2250.161.00 A2250.490.09 A2330.130.00 A2330.130.07 A2610.130.00 A2610.130.07 A2610.131.00
AMOUNT $(20,175.00) $ (104.00) $(8,000.00) $(6,000.00) $(12,000.00) $ (50.00) $(2,000.00) $(500.00) $(5,000.00) $(15,000.00) $(2,000.00) $(8,000.00) $(14,050.00) $(4,975.00) $ (30,000.00) $(14,000.00) $(4,500.00) $(22,825.00) $(50,000.00) $(241,580.00) $(15,000.00) $(33,200.00) $(1.00) $(125,000.00) $(45,000.00) $(10,000.00) $(32,500.00) $(950.00) $(350.00) $(55,000.00) $(2,250.00) $(5,225.00) $(6,618.00) $(52.00) $(33,000.00) $(59,000.00) $(10,550.00) $(1.00)
AMOUNT $17,000.00 $1,000.00 $2,175.00 $50,000.00 $8,000.00 $2,500.00 $3,500.00 $50.00 $2,500.00 $5,000.00 $10,000.00 $1,025.00 $25.00 $8,000.00 $36,000.00 $1,000.00 $3,500.00 $50,000.00 $6,000.00 $1,050.00 $35,000.00 $1,700.00 $12,000.00 $1,000.00 $35,000.00 $1,500.00 $1,000.00 $1.00 $122,000.00 $750.00 $12,520.00 $1,000.00 $15,000.00 $25.00 $6,000.00 $150,000.00 $35,000.00 $26,000.00 $13,000.00 $2,325.00
A2610.132.00 A2610.132.07 A2610.133.00 A2610.150.00 A2615.400.27.005 A2810.160.00 A2815.161.00 A2825.150.07 A2825.151.07 A2825.152.07 A2855.150.00.04 A2855.150.00.014 A2855.150.00.019 A2855.150.00.026 A2855.160.00.002 A2855.160.00.014 A2855.160.00.022 A2855.160.00.023 A2855.500.28.019 A5530.150.00 A5530.151.00 A9710.700 $$40.00 $2,100.00 $9,400.00 $22,000.00 $40.00 $950.00 $350.00 $63,630.00 $2,250.00 $5,225.00 $150.00 $150.00 $225.00 $75.00 $500.00 $150.00 $52.00 $5,421.00 $51.00 $99,000.00 $3,550.00 $ 1.00 $894,456.00
6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Declare Surplus Motioned by Ray Seconded by Martin That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following items be declared Surplus due to inoperable and irreparable and be properly destroyed, be approved:
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Resignations Bus Driver/Teacher Aide Motioned by Butler Seconded by Ray That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the resignation for retirement purposes of, Patricia A. Brol, Bus Driver/Teacher Aide, effective June 30, 2011,be accepted with regret and a letter of appreciation be sent. 6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Appointments School Psychology Intern Motioned by Hoag Seconded by Butler That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the internship for Christina Stanbro, Alfred University student working with Charles Oyler, Director of Special Education and Mary Osgood, School Psychologist effective September 1, 2011 through June 22, 2012 with her salary being $12,500 funded through the Section 611 IDEA Part B grant be approved. 6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Unpaid Internship Motioned by Ray Seconded by Hoag That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Merrie C. Maxon, unpaid Administrative/Educational Leadership Internship, through St. Bonaventure University, from July 5, 2011 to complete 200 hours, under the guidance of Mr. Charles Oyler, Director of Special Education, be approved 6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried
Substitute Teacher Motioned by Ray Seconded by Martin That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following applicants be added to our Substitute Teacher list: Angela Beck Certified Teacher Rate: $80/day Julia Kinney Uncertified Teacher Rate: $65/day Ashley Walker Uncertified Teacher Rate: $65/day SUNY at Fredonia Bachelor of Science in Adolescence Education University at Buffalo Bachelor of Arts in History Jamestown Community College Associate Degree Business Admin 6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Annual Election Motioned by Butler Seconded by Hoag That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Jody Quinlan be appointed as Chief Election Inspector, and; That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Robert Crandall be appointed as Election Chairperson, and; That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Mary Winship, and Mary Ann Dry, be appointed as substitute Inspectors of Election at the County approved rate of $9.00 per hour, be approved. 6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried
Volunteers Motioned by Tinnerman Seconded by Hoag That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following persons be appointed volunteers for the Business Honor Society Lockdown and Taco Dinner to be held on April 29, 2011: Vicky Slevinksi Mike Onuffer Cory James Cindy Gilbert Stephanie Hoard Nancy Middaugh Dan Klice Carmen Skiba Maureen Onuffer Sharon Turano Penny Beattie Kim Dry Samantha Vanstrom 6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Substitute Bus Driver Motioned by Ray Seconded by Martin That upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following candidate be added to the Districts Substitute Bus Driver lists for approval: Sally Cochran 6 Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Correspondence A. Thank you letter from 2011 Ellicottville Central School Drama Club B. Thank you letter from Ellicottville Central School Superintendent C. Thank you letter from Salamanca Area Chamber of Commerce D. Thank you letter from Tim Turecek E. ACASB Annual Spring Dinner Meeting email. F. BOCES Annual Meeting letter and information.
Board Information/Reports/Discussion A. School Enrollment Figures, April 2011. B. SCCSD/SNI Indian Education Meeting notes of March 17, 2011. C. All Ted Newsletter, April 2011 edition. D. Olean Times Herald Newspaper article-Salamanca schools get high marks from UW. E. Budget Information Action Items to Review A. Loss of Reading Specialist in the Middle School to be discussed at the Curriculum Committee meeting. B. Curriculum Committee resurrection and set meeting dates. Meetings & Dates A. April 19, 2011 Board of Education Meeting to be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Large Group Instruction Room B. April 20, 2011 Strategic Planning Committee Meeting to be held 8 a.m.-10 a.m. in the Superintendents Office C. April 25, 2011 Superintendent Search Final Interview/Dinner/Meeting to be held at 7:00 p.m. at the Old Library Restaurant. D. April 26, 2011 Board of Education Meeting to be held at 6:00 p.m. in the Superintendents Office. E. April 26, 2011 Superintendent Search Final Interview/Dinner/Meeting to be held at 7:00 p.m. at the Old Library Restaurant. F. April 27, 2011 Superintendent Search Final Interview/Dinner/Meeting to be held at 7:00 p.m. at the Old Library Restaurant. G. April 28, 2011 ACSBA Annual Spring Dinner to be held at 5:30 p.m. at Moonwinks in Cuba. H. May 3, 2011 Finance Committee Meeting to be held at 5:00 p.m. in the Superintendents Office I. June 2, 2011 Finance Committee Meeting to be held at 5:00 p.m. in the Superintendents Office
Executive Session Motioned by Ray Seconded by Martin That the Board of Education move into Executive Session for the purpose of collective negotiations at 7:15 p.m. 6Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried Regular Session The Board of Education moved into regular session at 9:55 p.m.
Adjourn Motioned by Butler Seconded by Martin That the meeting be adjourned at 9:57 p.m. 6Ayes, 0 Nays; motion carried
________________________________________ Janet L. Grochowina, District Clerk
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