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299 June 12, 2008 A Regular Meeting of the Board of Education, Township of Woodbridge, was held on June 12, 2008 at approximately 7:00 p.m. in the Avenel Middle School, Woodbine Avenue, Avenel, New Jersey. The meeting opened with the Salute to the Flag and a moment of silence. The President, Brian Molnar presided. Board members present: Diane Acquisto, Thomas “Skip” Garley, Pat Hardiman, Lewis Huber, Judy Leidner, Lawrence Miloscia, Brian Small, George Yuhasz, Brian Molnar. Board personnel present: Vincent Smith, Dennis DeMarino, Jonathan Busch, Lois Rotella, Angela Korodan, Rita Miller, Anthony D’Orsi, Jonathan Triebwasser, Barbara DeRollo. Newspaper Reporters Present:

Cathy Cheng, The Sentinel

Business Administrator/Board Secretary, Dennis DeMarino, read the following statement regarding the Open Public Meetings Law: "The New Jersey Open Public Meetings Law was enacted to insure the right of the public to have advance notice of and to attend the meetings of public bodies at which any business affecting their interest is discussed or acted upon. In accordance with the provisions of this act, the Board of Education had caused notice of these meetings to be published by having the date, time and place, thereof, posted as follows: April 28, 2008:

Faxed to Home News Tribune and Star Ledger, Hand delivered to Municipal Clerk, and Posted in Avenel Middle School and the Board of Education Administration Building."

On a motion by Ms. Hardiman, seconded by Mr. Yuhasz and carried, the following Minutes were approved: May 8, 2008

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Special Meeting

Mr. DeMarino reported Bids received, as follows: For the 2008-09 School Year June 5, 2008 Boiler Cleaning & Repair Services Correspondence was reported as received and referred as follows: One Notice of Hearing from the Woodbridge Township Planning Board was reported as received regarding: Block 472, Lot 27, Zone R-40

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124 Chelsea Lane, Colonia

(REFERRED TO POLICY AND PLANNING) The following Reports of the Superintendent were received: Register Statistics – May 2008 Report of Fire Drills – May 2008 Student Suspension Report/Elementary – May 2008 Student Suspension Report/Secondary – May 2008 Bomb Threat Report – Month of May 2008 Monthly Report of Attendance Officer, Sal Ciardiello – May 2008 Monthly Report of Attendance Officer, Kurt Adams – May 2008


300 June 12, 2008 Mr. DeMarino advised there was additional correspondence received as follows: A thank you note from Peggy Sheila Fleurmond, scholarship recipient. A thank you note from Harpreet Uppal, scholarship recipient. A thank you note from Kathleen L. Blaha, scholarship recipient. A thank you note from Charles Farmer, scholarship recipient. A thank you note from Emma Shaw, scholarship recipient. A thank you note from Melanie Hutnick, scholarship recipient. (FILED) Mr. Smith read a short biography about, and introduced Charles Farmer, a John F. Kennedy Memorial High School student, who provided information about current activities at the school. Mr. Smith introduced Ms. Nina Goosens and Ms. Eileen Togo of the Visiting Nurses Association who gave a review of the program and the success of the program in Woodridge Township which was introduced into the district in January 2007. Mr. Smith introduced Cindy Lagunovich, Principal at Fords Middle School to report on the dress code implementation at Fords Middle School during the 2007-08 school year. Ms. Lagunovich reported the goal of implementing the program was to create an atmosphere reflecting seriousness of purpose about education which can result in increased standardized test scores, to keep students focused on learning, to create a sense of pride and belonging among students, to enhance students safety, reducing violence and theft, to alleviate social pressures and discourage competition based on clothing, to minimize disruption from wearing inappropriate or gang related clothing, to reduce distraction and loss of self esteem from teasing or competition over clothing, to quickly identify intruders and to reduce cost to parents. Ms. Lagunovich stated the program has been in effect since November 2007. She stated although there has been an increase in student population, the failure rate has decreased from 7% in 2007 to 3% in 2008. She further stated referrals to the office for disciplinary reasons has decreased by 12% and all students have complied with the dress code with only 7 students losing privileges for the year as identified in the policy. Ms. Lagunovich has not yet been able to identify the program with test scores since they have not yet been received. Ms. Lagunovich stated a follow-up survey was conducted which proved positive results by both students and faculty. Ms. Lagunovich stated she sees no downfalls to the implementation of the dress code. Ms. Hardiman thanked Ms. Lagunovich for her positive actions regarding the dress code policy. Mr. Molnar then called for Committee reports. The Superintendent of Schools presented the following recommendations: 1.

That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending Colonia High School students, Vanessa Pizutelli and Megha Vyas, for their presentations at the Monmouth Junior Science Symposium.

2.

That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending fourteen third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade students for their performance on the School and College Abilities Test from the Center for the Advancement of Academically Talented Youth of Johns Hopkins University.

3.

That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending ten seventh and eighth grade students for their performance on the SAT from the Center for the Advancement of Academically Talented Youth of Johns Hopkins University.

4.

That the Board of Education approve the previously submitted list of Professional Development conferences for staff members, dated June 12, 2008.


301 June 12, 2008 5.

That the Board of Education approve payment to Summit Speech School for the 2008-09 school year for monthly consulting services from the Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf at a rate of $140/month; to provide acoustical evaluation of the classroom at a flat rate of $140; and also to provide a staff in-service for the teachers of the student(s) at a flat rate of $140. (Payment will be made from the Consultant Account.)

6.

That the Board of Education approve payment to N.J. Pediatric Feeding Associates for the 2008-09 school year (only when school is in session) for swallowing therapy in the amount of $125/hour x 1 hour/week. No service will be provided the weeks of Nov. 3-7, 2008; Dec.23, 2008-Jan. 2, 2009; and April 13-17, 2009. (Payment will be made from the Consultant Account.)

7.

That the Board of Education approve payment to Martin Mayer, M.D., to provide Neuropsychiatric evaluations during the 2008-09 school year. Payment not to exceed $255 per evaluation with a minimum of three (3) examinations at a fee of $765. (Payment will be made from the Consultant Account.)

8.

That the Board of Education approve payment to Dr. Julie Lewerenz to provide psychiatric evaluations for the 2008-09 school year at a rate of $500 per evaluation. (Payment will be made from the Consultant Account.)

9.

That the Board of Education approve payment to Vista Rehab Services for the 2008-09 school year to provide speech/language evaluations at a rate of $400/evaluation; speech/language therapy at $100/hr session; $90/45 min.session; $80/30 min. session. (Payment will be made from the Consultant Account.)

10.

That the Board of Education approve the previously submitted agreement for therapy services from Looking Upward Pediatric Therapy Group during the 2008-2009 school year for Occupational and/or Physical Therapy at the following rates: $415/day all inclusive package for either OT or PT; $268/half-day all inclusive package for either OT or PT; $95/half-hour for either OT or PT; $65/half-hour for either OT or PT. (Payment will be made from Occupational/Physical Therapy Account.)

11.

That the Board of Education approve payment to EarLab for summer maintenance on all the FM Systems for our special education students for a fee of $75/hour. (Payment will be made from the Consultant Account.)

12.

That the Board of Education approve payment to Andrea R. Footerman, Psy.D., for individual therapy at $160/session and/or group therapy at $65/session. (Payment will be made from the Consultant Account.)

13.

That the Board of Education, as required by state law (partially reimbursable in state aid), approve the enrollment of the following disabled students in a special school program for 2007-2008, in accordance with their Individual Educational Programs (IEPs) as shown below:

14.

15.

Case No.

Recommended Placement

B0505-14-09-OHI

Interim Alt. Ed. Program

Effective Date 05/20/2008

Tuition $5,400.00

That a note be made in the minutes that the following out of district placement(s) have/has been terminated for the 2007-2008 school year: Case No.

Recommended Placement

B0505-14-09-OHI G0709-17-09-SLD J0709-16-06-ED

Collier High School Raritan Valley Academy Raritan Valley Academy

Effective Date 05/15/2008 06/02/2008 06/02/2008

Tuition $43,453.80 $31,500.00 $31,500.00

That the Board of Education amends the tuition for the following student(s) for the 2007-2008 School Year: Case No.

Recommended Placement

J0111-08-09-MD

CPC Behavioral Health 1:1

Effective Date 04/24/2008

Tuition $23,580.00


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That the Board of Education, as required by state law (partially reimbursable in state aid),approve the enrollment of the following disabled students in a special Extended School Year Program for 2008-2009, in accordance with their Individual Educational Programs (IEPs) as shown below: Case No. K0609-14-09-MD K0609-14-09-MD U0710-11-09-AU P0701-08-09-CI R0701-05-09-PD W0409-04-09-PD A0610-10-09-MD B0309-06-09-AU C0511-06-09-AU G0601-04-09-PD H0509-08-06-AU H0509-08-06-AU M0404-03-09-PD M0309-07-09-OHI P0509-07-06-MD S0709-10-09-AU T0709-06-09-CMI V0709-09-06-AU D0601-04-09-PD D0709-07-06-AU F0501-05-06-PD Y0510-05-09-AU D0603-03-09-PD H0605-08-09-AU H0605-08-09-AU M0709-05-09-AU R0604-03-09-PD A0607-12-09-MD D9912-06-09-OHI B0701-03-06-PD C0311-06-09-MD C0503-04-09-PD C0509-07-06-AU C0509-07-06-AU D9310-05-09-AU F9506-05-09-NI G0309-08-09-AU G0609-07-09-MD G0609-07-09-MD H0309-03-09-PD K0006-09-09-AU M0309-08-09-MD M9809-09- 09-MH N0211-12-06-AU S9809-10-09-MH W0409-11-09-AU M0602-16-09-ED A0601-03-09-PD M0309-03-09-PD N0605-03-09-PD R0307-03-06-PD V0611-03-06-PD C0704-06-09-MD G0602-09-09-MD G0309-11-09-ED S9811-06-09-ED T0702-15-09-CMI C9806-07-09-NI

Recommended Placement Academy Learning Center Academy Learning Ctr. – 1:1 Academy Learning Center Academy Lrn. Ctr. Annex Academy Lrn. Ctr. Annex Allegro School Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Bright Beginnings Annex Bright Beginnings Annex Bright Beginnings Annex Bright Beginnings Annex Bright Beginnings Annex II Bright Beginnings Annex II Bright Beginnings Annex II -1:1 Bright Beginnings Annex II Bright Beginnings Annex II Camp Excel Chancellor Academy The Child Development Center Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. 1:1 Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty.-1:1 Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. Children’s Ctr. of Mon. Cty. The Children’s Home Children’s Specialized Hosp. Children’s Specialized Hosp. Children’s Specialized Hosp. Children’s Specialized Hosp. Children’s Specialized Hosp. CPC Behavioral Health CPC Behavioral Health CPC Behavioral Health CPC Behavioral Health CPC Behavioral Health Craig School

Effective Date 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 07/07/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/07/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008

Tuition $3,451.00 $2,842.00 $3,944.00 $3,944.00 $3,944.00 $10,740.00 $3,451.00 $3,944.00 $3,944.00 $3,451.00 $3,944.00 $2,842.00 $3,451.00 $3,944.00 $3,944.00 $3,451.00 $3,451.00 $3,944.00 $3,944.00 $3,944.00 $3,944.00 $3,944.00 $3,944.00 $3,944.00 $2,842.00 $3,944.00 $3,944.00 $3,900.00 $5,580.00 $140.00/Mo. $8,641.50 $8,641.50 $8,641.50 $3,850.00 $8,641.50 $8,641.50 $8,641.50 $8,641.50 $3,850.00 $8,641.50 $8,641.50 $8,641.50 $8,641.50 $8,641.50 $8,641.50 $8,641.50 $8,409.90 $9,697.82 $9,697.82 $9,697.82 $9,697.82 $9,697.82 $8,567.50 $8,567.50 $8,567.50 $8,567.50 $8,567.50 $1,350.00


303 June 12, 2008 S0309-11-09-SLD

Craig School

07/07/2008

$1,350.00


304 June 12, 2008 16.

Continued: Case No. S0611-04-09-PD S0611-04-06-PD D0309-07-06-AU F0412-03-09-PD M0109-04-09-PD P0309-06-06-AU P0309-06-06-AU S0112-06-09-AU S0409-03-09-PD S0705-07-09-AU R0509-05-09-PD T0404-03-09-PD Q9409-03-09-AU B9908-03-09-PD C9409-04-09-AU T9901-03-09-PD G9809-04-09-PSH H0209-11-09-MD T0309-14-09-MD T9307-03-09-PSH F0505-13-06-SLD N0602-15-06-ED P0605-16-06-ED S0601-13-06-ED M0710-17-06-CMI H9902-10-06-CMI H9811-05-09-AU H9811-05-09-AU J0611-09-09-AU J0611-09-09-AU B0601-05-09-PD M0711-05-09-CI R0503-12-09-MD R0503-12-09-MD Z9610-05-09-MH Z9610-05-09-MH C9906-09-09-MD W9907-08-06-MD W9907-08-06-MD R0704-12-09-MD A0509-05-09-PD L0409-05-06-MD L0409-05-06-MD P0501-04-09-PD V0205-03-09-PD B0502-09-06-CMO C0409-08-09-CMI G0601-11-06-CMO S0709-17-09-TBI L0409-13-09-SLD B9908-03-09-PD F9506-05-09-NI D0403-08-09-AU D0403-08-09-AU L0410-05-09-OHI V0505-11-06-MD J0709-03-09-PD A9907-08-09-MD J0501-13-09-MD

Recommended Placement Crossroads School Crossroads School Dev. Learn. Ctr. – Warren Dev. Learn. Ctr. – Warren Dev. Learn. Ctr. – Warren Dev. Learn. Ctr. – Warren Dev. Learn. Ctr. –Warren 1:1 Dev. Learn. Ctr. – Warren Dev. Learn. Ctr. – Warren Dev. Learn. Ctr. – Warren Dev. Learn. Ctr. – Union Dev. Learn. Ctr. – Union Dev. Learn. Ctr. – New Prov. Douglas Dev. Dis. Center Douglas Dev. Dis. Center Douglas Dev. Dis. Center ECLC ECLC ECLC ECLC East Mountain Learning Ctr. East Mountain Learning Ctr. East Mountain Learning Ctr. East Mountain Learning Ctr. Edison Sheltered Workshop Gateway School Gateway School Gateway School 1:1 Gateway School Gateway School 1:1 Harbor School Harbor School Harbor School Harbor School 1:1 Harbor School Harbor School 1:1 Jardine Academy - Cranford Jardine Academy - Cranford Jardine Academy 1:1-Cranford Jardine Academy - Union Lake Drive School Lake Drive School Lake Drive School – 1:1 Lake Drive School Matheny School Midland School Midland School Midland School Midland School Montgomery Academy New Horizons New Horizons New Road Schools of N.J. New Road Schools of N.J. 1:1 New Road Schools of N.J. New Road Schools of N.J. Noah’s Ark Preschool P.R.D.S. P.R.D.S.

Effective Date 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 06/26/2008 06/26/2008 06/26/2008 06/26/2008 06/26/2008 06/26/2008 06/26/2008 06/26/2008 06/26/2008 06/26/2008 06/26/2008 06/23/2008 06/23/2008 06/23/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/01/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/08/2008 07/08/2008 07/08/2008 07/08/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/07/2008 06/23/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008

Tuition $4,134.00 $4,134.00 $12,070.00 $12,070.00 $12,070.00 $12,070.00 $8,821.20 $12,070.00 $12,070.00 $12,070.00 $12,070.00 $12,070.00 $12,070.00 $18,135.00 $18,135.00 $18,135.00 $3,809.60 $3,809.60 $3,809.60 $3,809.60 $8,476.50 $8,476.50 $8,476.50 $5,085.90 $37.00/Day $6,839.57 $6,839.57 $2,584.50 $6,839.57 $2,801.10 $6,715.43 $6,715.43 $6,715.43 $3,078.00 $6,715.43 $2,747.10 $10,020.00 $10,020.00 $3,300.00 $9,690.00 $3,749.00 $3,749.00 $1,300.00 $5,450.00 $15,990.00 $6,562.50 $6,562.50 $6,562.50 $6,562.50 $4,961.80 $60.00/Day $80.00/Hour $5,554.20 $2,250.00 $5,554.20 $5,554.20 $295.00/Mo. $3,944.00 $3,451.00


305 June 12, 2008 M9906-05-06-MD

P.R.D.S.

06/30/2008

$3,451.00


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Continued: Case No. M9906-05-06-MD M0209-11-06-AU S9307-03-06-MH S9902-04-09-PD S9902-04-09-PD T0409-09-06-MD T0701-04-09-PD S0703-06-06-ED B0407-14-06-AU S0205-07-09-MD A0401-03-09-PD G0401-03-09-PD G0401-03-09-PD G0502-03-09-PD R0607-03-06-PD R0607-03-06-PD M0109-04-09-PD S0702-10-09-ED F0609-03-09-PD K0311-06-06-MD L0309-11-09-MD H0601-05-09-ED D0509-08-06-MD E0609-04-06-PD

17.

Recommended Placement P.R.D.S. 1:1 P.R.D.S. P.R.D.S. P.R.D.S. P.R.D.S. 1:1 P.R.D.S. Plaza Child Care Raritan Valley Academy Sawtelle Learning Center Sawtelle Learning Center School For Children School For Children School For Children 1:1 School For Children School For Children School For Children 1:1 Somerset Hills School Somerset Hills School St. Joseph’s School St. Joseph’s School Strang School U.M.D.N.J. Windsor Learning Center You & Me Preschool

Effective Date 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 07/01/2008 06/30/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008 07/07/2008

Tuition $2,842.00 $3,944.00 $3,451.00 $3,451.00 $2,842.00 $3,944.00 $360.00/Mo $3,596.00 $5,717.48 $5,717.48 $7,604.70 $7,604.70 $4,440.00 $7,604.70 $7,604.70 $4,440.00 $11,956.80 $11,956.80 $10,590.00 $10,590.00 $6,379.10 $4,900.00/MO $7,496.70 $7,905.90

That the Board of Education, as required by state law (partially reimbursable in state aid), approve the enrollment of the following disabled students in a special school program for 2008-2009, in accordance with their Individual Educational Programs (IEPs) as shown below: Case No. B0209-10-09-EDT C0504-11-06-SCI G0209-04-06-PD J0712-06-09-MD T9603-04-06-EDT B0705-07-09-SLD O0707-16-09-MD G0409-14-09-MD H0609-15-09-MD

Recommended Placement DHS – Union (State Aid) DHS – Union (State Aid) DHS – Union (State Aid) DHS – Union (State Aid) DHS – Union (State Aid) Nuview Academy Nuview Academy KidsPeace KidsPeace

Effective Date 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008 06/30/2008 06/30/2008 07/01/2008 07/01/2008

Tuition $37,925.00 $37,925.00 $37,925.00 $37,925.00 $37,925.00 $50,190.00 $50,190.00 $52,602.00 $52,602.00

18. That the following out-of-district facilities be approved for home instruction services at the rate listed: *Teacher P.E.S.I./CF UMDNJ New Hope Foundation

Effective Date Mar., Apr., May, 2008 Mar., Apr., 2008 May 2008

Number of Students 1

Total Hours 68

Amount $30.18

Total Amount $2,052.24

1

52

$55.00

$2,860.00

3

9 Wks

$275.00

$2,475.00

* Subject to approval for employment from the New Jersey Department of Education. Employee shall be required to submit an authorization and certification form along with fingerprints for a criminal history background check as required by P. L. 1986,C.116.

Ms. Hardiman moved for the adoption of the Superintendent’s recommendations, seconded by Ms. Acquisto. There were no comments or questions from the Board or public. With all Board members voting in favor, the foregoing was adopted.


307 June 12, 2008 Mr. Smith presented the Superintendent’s resolutions. The Policy and Planning Committee, on the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, presented the following: 1.

That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending Bhagyoday Printers, Inc., for their generous sponsorship of the lawn sign at Robert Mascenik School #26.

2.

That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending Iselin Pharmacy for their generous sponsorship of the lawn sign at Robert Mascenik School #26.

3.

That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution expressing appreciation to the Presidents’ Council of Woodbridge Township for their contributions and support of the students and staff of the school district.

4.

That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending William Leahy, a Colonia High School teacher, who was selected as the United States Air Force Teacher of the Year Award.

5.

That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending Colonia Middle School teachers, Michael McCabe and Lisa Nolan for their contributions to the district-wide special education prom.

6.

That the Board of Education adopt the attached revised policies as follows (second readings): Policy #111

Child Study Team

Policy #112

Programs for Students with Disabilities

Policy #115

Homebound Instruction

Policy #131

Identification, Location and Evaluation of Potential Students with Disabilities

Policy #132

Provision of Full Educational Opportunity to Students with Disabilities

Policy #133

Participation of and Consultation with the Parents/Guardians of Students with Disabilities Toward the Goal of Providing Full Educational Opportunity to All Students with Disabilities, Ages 3 through 21

Policy #134

Provision of Special Services to Enable Students with Disabilities to Participate in General Educational Programs to the Maximum Extent Appropriate

Policy #135

Development and Implementation of Individualized Education Programs According to N.J.A.C. 6A:14-3.7

Policy #136

Protection of Students’ Rights in Regard to Evaluation and Reevaluation Procedures According to N.J.A.C. 6A:14-2.5

Policy #137

Placement of Students with Disabilities in the Least Restrictive Environment According to N.J.A.C. 6A:14-4.2

Policy #138

Establishment and Implementation of Procedural Safeguards According to N.J.A.C. 6A:14-2.1 et seq.

Policy #144

Provisions for Students with Disabilities in Non-Public Schools

Policy #145

Students with Disabilities in Private School Placements

Policy #191

Bilingual Special Education

Policy #193

Inservice Training for Staff Working with Students with Disabilities

Policy #198

Certification and Licensing for Personnel Serving Students with Disabilities

Policy #199

Students with Disabilities and Statewide and District-wide Assessment Programs


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6.

7.

Continued: Policy #312

Physical Examination

Policy #315

Employee Attendance

Policy #406

Physical Examination

Policy #423

Employee Attendance

Policy #573

Prevention of Needless public Labeling of Students with Disabilities

Policy #575

Exemption of Students with Disabilities from High School Graduation Requirements According to N.J.A.C. 6A:14-4.11

Policy #577

Compilation, Maintenance, Access to and Confidentiality of Pupil Records for Students with Disabilities According to N.J.A.C. 6A:14-2.9 and N.J.A.C. 6A:32

That the Board of Education adopt the attached new policies as follows (second readings): Policy #147

Information for Students with Disabilities Who are Potentially Eligible for Services with the Division of Developmental Disabilities

Policy #148

Transition from Early Intervention Programs to Preschool Programs for Students with Disabilities

Ms. Hardiman moved for the adoption of the Policy and Planning recommendations, Items #1 through #6, seconded by Mr. Garley. There were no comments or questions from the Board or public. During roll call, Ms. Hardiman apologized for inadvertently omitting Item #7. Ms. Hardiman withdrew the motion to move Items #1 through #6, and moved for the adoption of the Policy and Planning recommendations, Items #1 through #7, seconded by Ms. Leidner. There were no comments or questions from the Board or public. With all Board members voting in favor, the foregoing was adopted. Ms. Hardiman presented the Policy and Planning resolutions. Tish Coughlin accepted the resolution on behalf of Presidents’ Council and thanked Mr. Smith for all the support they have received from him. The Athletics and Extra-Curricular Committee, on the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools and the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, presented the following: 1. That the Board of Education approve membership in the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association for Colonia High School, John F. Kennedy Memorial High School, and Woodbridge High School for the 2008-2009 school year, at a fee of $2,150.00 per school. 2. That the Board of Education approve membership in the Greater Middlesex Conference for Colonia High School, John F. Kennedy Memorial High School and Woodbridge High School for the 20082009 school year at a fee of $1,250.00, which includes dues and entry fees for all tournaments. 3. That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending Colonia High School athletes Kimberly Ratai and Michael Karabin for having won the 2007-2008 Greater Middlesex Conference Sportsmanship Award. 4. That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending Colonia High School athletes Nicholas Valente and Nicole Aquila for having won the 2007-2008 Greater Middlesex Conference Scholar Athlete Award. 5. That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending Colonia High School athlete Sandra Onukwugha for having won the 2007-2008 NJSIAA Scholar Athlete Award. 6. That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending John F. Kennedy Memorial High School athletes Heather Corica and Jonathan Toczynski for having won the 2007-2008 Greater Middlesex Conference Sportsmanship Award.


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7. That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending John F. Kennedy Memorial High School athletes Trisha Stone and John Froelich for having won the 2007-2008 Greater Middlesex Conference Scholar Athlete Award. 8. That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending John F. Kennedy Memorial High School athlete John Froelich for having won the 2007-2008 NJSIAA Scholar Athlete Award. 9. That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending Woodbridge High School athletes Nicole Caggiano and Moses Issaka for having won the 2007-2008 Greater Middlesex Conference Sportsmanship Award. 10. That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending Woodbridge High School athletes Beth Fenton and Matthew Crimmins for having won the 2007-2008 Greater Middlesex Conference Scholar Athlete Award. 11. That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution commending Woodbridge High School athlete Brittany Tumminia for having won the 2007-2008 NJSIAA Scholar Athlete Award. Mr. Small moved for the adoption of the Athletics and Extracurricular recommendations, seconded by Mr. Garley. There were no comments or questions from the Board or public. With all Board members voting in favor, the foregoing was adopted. Mr. Smith presented the Athletic and Extracurricular resolutions. The Finance and Insurance Committee, on recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools and the Business Administrator/Board Secretary, presented the following: 1.

That the Board of Education approves payment of the bills in the amount of $15,517,563.85 and the Food Service Department bills in the amount of $268,121.94.

2.

That the amount of district taxes needed to meet the obligations of this Board for the next thirty-one day period, beginning July 1, 2008 is: Requisition for Taxes for the General Fund in the amount of $11,887,706.00 and for the Debt Service in the amount of $364,948.00; totaling $12,252,654.00, and that the Township Council is hereby requested to place in the hands of the Treasurer of School Monies that amount by July 10, 2008.

3.

That the Board of Education accept the Report of the Secretary for the month of May 2008.

4.

That the Board of Education accept the attached Business Administrator/Board Secretary's Monthly Interest and Investment Report for the month of May 2008.

5.

That the bookkeeping transfers pertaining to the 2007-08 budgetary accounts be approved as per the attached list.

6.

That the Board of Education accept the previously submitted Report of the Treasurer for the month of April 2008, as it agrees with the Report of the Secretary. The May 2008, Treasurer’s Report has not been received.

7.

That the members of the Board of Education certify that to the best of their knowledge no major account or fund has been overexpended in violation of N.J.A.C. 6A:23-2.11(a), and that sufficient funds are available to meet the district's financial obligations for the remainder of the fiscal year.

8.

That the Board of Education readopt the 2007-08 School Year Budget changing the total from $179,523,328.23 to $179,531,578.23 to reflect the following: Fitness Grant

$1,250.0


310 June 12, 2008 0 Healthy Choices Grant

$7,000.0 0

9.

That the Business Administrator/Board Secretary be authorized to accept the highest bids received for items advertised for public sale and to complete the transaction to the best interest of the Board of Education.

10.

That the Business Administrator/Board Secretary be authorized and directed to dispose of items for public sale as advertised, for which no bids were received, to the best interest of the Board of Education.

11.

That the Board of Education approve the award of the Student Accident Insurance policy through Bollinger, for the period August 1, 2008 - July 31, 2009, as follows: Bollinger 101 JFK Parkway Short Hills, NJ 07078

TOTAL

$100,452.00

12.

That the Board of Education approve a Workers’ Compensation Plan for the 2008-2009 school year with NJSBAIG, at a cost of $1,052,071.00.

13.

That the Board of Education approve the award of Supplemental Workers’ Compensation coverage for salary payment under Title 18A for 2008-2009 school year as follows: Chubb & Son, Inc, PO Box 1615 Warren, New Jersey 07059-6711

14.

TOTAL

$35,680.00

That the Board of Education approve the award of the Public Entity Package Policy, for the period of one year (July 1, 2008 – June 30, 2009), as follows: I. Property Package:

TOTAL:

$137,289.00

Including: Commercial Property and Boilers & Machinery Professional Underwriters (Zurich) 704 Haywood Drive Exton, PA 19341 II. Multi Peril (NJSBAIG)  General Liability /Primary Umbrella  Automobile  Commercial Crime  School District Legal Liability (E&O) TOTAL: NJSBAIG 450 Veterans Drive Burlington, NJ 08016 III. Catastrophic Access Plan CAP Umbrella ($50 Million) Fireman's Fund Insurance Company 110 Allen Road Liberty Corner, NJ 07938

$245,478.00 $155,798.00 $4,314.00 $61,810.00 $467,400.00

$45,947.00


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IV. Surety Bonds

$2,284.00

Bond Department Selective Insurance Company 40 Wantage Avenue Branchville, NJ 07890

15.

That the Board of Education approve the following resolution: WHEREAS, the Woodbridge Township Board of Education desires to participate in an Agreement for professional review, administrative oversight and IRS tax compliance services of the District’s 403(b) tax sheltered annuity contracts, due to new federal regulations; and WHEREAS, funds are available for this purpose. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Education, Township of Woodbridge, County of Middlesex, New Jersey as follows: a. The President and the Secretary of said Board are hereby authorized and directed to execute an agreement with The OMNI Financial Group, Inc., Watertower Office Park, 1099 Jay Street, Rochester, New York 14611, effective July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. b. OMNI shall defend and “hold harmless” the District from any claim, demand, lawsuit, judgment, cost or expense, including reasonable attorney’s fees, which arises from any negligent act or omission by OMNI in the performance of services under this Agreement for said District. c.

The Omni Financial Group, Inc. shall receive payment in the amount of $22,149.00. (2 quotes received.)

Ms. Leidner moved for the adoption of the Finance and Insurance recommendations, seconded by Ms. Hardiman. There were no comments or questions from the Board or public. With all Board members voting in favor, the foregoing was adopted. The Transportation and Cafeteria Committee, on the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools and the Business Administrator/Board Secretary, presented the following: 1.

That the Board of Education approve the increase of school lunch prices and breakfast prices for the 2008-2009 school year as follows: High Schools Middle Schools Elementary Schools Reduced Price Lunch Milk Breakfast Reduced Breakfast

2.

$3.00 $2.75 $2.30 $ .40 $ .40 $1.50 $ .30

That the Board of Education approve the following resolution: WHEREAS, the Woodbridge Township Board of Education desires to participate in a comprehensive school meal program to meet the needs of the elementary school enrollments, and rising food costs; and WHEREAS, this program will be funded through Food Service, not the general fund budget. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board of Education, Township of Woodbridge, County of Middlesex, New Jersey as follows:


312 June 12, 2008 a. The President and Secretary of said Board are hereby authorized and directed to execute an agreement with Preferred Meal Systems, Inc., 103 Compton Circle, Robbinsville, New Jersey 08691, for the 2008-09 school year. b. Preferred Meal Systems, Inc. shall provide only the hot nutritious meals that meet all State and Federal Schedule A guidelines to all 16 elementary schools on a daily basis. c.

Preferred Meal Systems, Inc. will apply credit for entrée only on pizza day.

d. Meals will be distributed at each school by Woodbridge Township School District personnel. e. Equipment shall be supplied and maintained solely by Preferred Meal Systems, Inc. Mr. Huber moved for the adoption of the Transportation and Cafeteria recommendations, seconded by Mr. Garley. During Board discussion, Ms. Acquisto asked for an explanation on Item #2. Mr. DeMarino explained Item #2 is a way of bringing hot meals into the 16 elementary schools. He stated, as listed in the resolution, the meals will be delivered by Preferred Meal Systems to the elementary schools. He further explained the company will provide and maintain the ovens, coolers and freezers at each school at no charge to the district. Mr. DeMarino stated the meals will be purchased from Preferred Meal Systems and will be heated on site. He stated the contract is for one year only. He further stated all meals will be distributed by district personnel and this is in no way a form of privatization. Mr. DeMarino stated he met with all the elementary principals who were comfortable with this service. He explained the district will realize some revenue from this program which will help the cafeteria deficit. Ms. Acquisto asked if all elementary schools have the space to accommodate the equipment needed. Mr. DeMarino explained some schools are tight but they are all able to accommodate the equipment. Mr. DeMarino stated Bill Marquart did an excellent job, working with the principals, to meet the needs for the equipment. Ms. Acquisto stated she feels it is a great program. There were no comments or questions from the public. With all Board members voting in favor, with the exception of Ms. Hardiman and Ms. Leidner who both voted no on Item #2, the foregoing was adopted. The Buildings and Grounds Committee, on the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools and the Business Administrator/Board Secretary, presented the following: 1.

That the Board of Education approve the award of contract PD09-16 Custodial Supplies for the 2008-2009 school year to the low bidder, whose proposal also met specifications, as follows: (Bids read 05/13/08, 9 bids received). a. Eagle Maintenance Supply, Inc. 80 Twinbridge Drive Pennsauken, NJ 08110 ITEM# 05. 52. 57. 62. 63. 70.

DESCRIPTION Mops-Toilet Bowl, Acrilan Sanitary Absorbent, 1 lb. Container, 24/cs Barrels, Rubbermaid #2641, Mobile w/o Lid *Multi Purpose Disposable Gloves 100/pkg – Nitrile Chemical Resistant, Powder Free – Med, Large, X-Large *Multi Purpose Disposable Gloves 100/pkg-Nitrile chemical Resistant Powder Free, 4 mil – Med, Large, X-Large Hose, Garden, 5/8” I.D. Rubber w/nylon" Reinf. 50’

UNIT COST $ .44 $ 29.80 $ 32.80 $

4.86

$ $

4.86 12.69

$

10.00

$

10.00

b. Unipak Corp. P.O. Box 300027 Brooklyn, NY 11230 40. 41.

*Bags, Plastic w/Ties – Black 23x17x46x.00175 Bags, Trash Can Liners-Clear 16X14X36X.0009 250/cs c. Scoles Floorshine Ind.


313 June 12, 2008 1730 Hwy. 34 Wall, NJ 07719 14. 15.

Cleaning Pads-Scotch Mesh Discs 20” 100 grit Cleaning Pads-Scotch Mesh Discs 20” 80 grit

$ $

38.55 43.77

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1.91 3.35 1.66 6.02 10.28 11.50 11.50 11.50 10.28 11.50 12.99 17.50 23.99 24.99 23.00 33.50 19.72 22.50 21.99 11.99 24.50 6.49 6.75 7.40 1.45

$

305.00

$

36.18

$

41.58

$ $

41.58 24.80

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4.89 3.99 2.19 .99 2.59 26.95 2.59 44.95 6.99 .71 39.95 13.99

d. Supply King Inc. 1 Third Avenue Neptune City, NJ 07753 01. 02. 03. 04. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 16. 17. 18. 42. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 56. 69. 84. 85. 86. 87. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94.

Mops-Floor, Wet, Bel Maid 20 oz. Floor, Wet, Flat, Tangle Free Rayon 24 oz. Floor, Yatch, w/handle, Round Head 12 oz. Handles White #90 *Polishing, 3M Thick 19”, 5/cs *Polishing, 3M Thick 20”, 5/cs *Buffer, Red Thick 3M 20”, 5/cs *Scrubbing, 3M Thick 20”, 5/cs *Stripping, 3M Thick 19”, 5/cs *Stripping, 3M Thick 20”, 5/cs Dupont or 3M, Wrapped, Size 8A, 24/cs Dupont or 3M, Wrapped, Size 10A, 24/cs Scrubbing, Scotch Brite #74, 40/cs Pearl Scent, Liquid Hand Soap, 5 Gal. Cans Furniture Polish “Rite Off” #805 12 oz. Spray Cans 12/cs Vandalism Remover “Rite Off” 16 oz. spray cans 12/cs Industrial Spray Disinfectant 12/cs 16 oz. Can On-Off Cello Baseboard Cleaner & Wax Stripper Rochester Germicide formula #206 5 Gal Cans Barrels, Rubbermaid #2620, 12 – 20 Gallon Gray Plastic Flags, POW 100% Nylon Logo Both Sides Squeegees, Window, w/handles Ettore Stecone 10” Squeegees, Window, w/handles Ettore Setcone 12” Squeegees, Window, w/handles Ettore Stecone 16” Squeegees, Window Refills Ettore Stecone 16” IDS Industrial and Institutional Use Final Floor Finish, 30 Gallon Drums Pro-Link Traffic Manager, Low Maintenance Durable Floor Finish – 30 Gallon Drum or 5 Gallon Pail Pro-Link Urethane Fortified Floor Finish 30 Gallon Drum or 5 Gallon Pail Pro-Link Preference Acrylic Undercoater Sealer 30 Gallon Drum or 5 Gallon Pail Pro-Link Power Stripper 10, 5 Gallon Pail e. Pyramid School Products 6510 North 54th Street Tampa, FL 33610-1908

20. 27. 28. 38. 39. 58. 59. 60. 61. 64. 65. 68.

Corn Broom 100%, #10 Turkey Feather Dusters All Tail 20” Broom handles 60” Toilet Bowl Brush 3 ½” x 6 1/2” w/24” handle Wisk Brooms, Sel Corn, 4 Ring Handle, Nickle Cap 7 ½” long Bucket, Polyfiber, Continental #CYR286-21H Dust Pans, White #6 – 12” Mop Wringer, White #736, 24-40 oz. H.D. Waste Baskets, Rubbermaid #2947 Bottles, Plastic 1 qt. w/trigger Spray Can, Gas, Justrite #10801 5 Gal. Flags, American 100% Nylon Emb. 3’ x 5’


314 June 12, 2008 f.

43. 2.

Chemsearch, a Div. of NCH Corp. P.O. Box 152170 Irving, TX 75015-2170 Window Cleaner “Rite Out” #803 13 oz. Spray

$

10.51

That the Board of Education approve the award of contract PD09-17 Plumbing & Heating Supplies for the 2008-2009 school year to the low bidder, whose proposal also met specifications, as follows: (Bids read 05/15/08, 3 bids received). a. Central Jersey Supply Co. 201 Second Street Perth Amboy, NJ 08862 ITEM#

DESCRIPTION

COPPER TUBING TYPE L 1. 1/4" 2. 3/8” 3. 1/2" 4. 1” 5. 1 ¼” 6. 1 1/2" 7. 2” 8. 3/4"

UNIT COST

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

.70 1.07 1.30 3.11 4.28 5.52 8.11 2.07

PLASTIC PIPE SCHEDULE 40 9. 1 ¼” 10. 1 ½” 11. 2” 12. 3” 13. 4”

$ $ $ $ $

.34 .35 .49 .99 1.34

BLACK STEEL PIPE SCHEDULE 40 14. 1/2" 15. 3/4" 16. 1” 17. 1 1/4" 18. 1 1/2" 19. 2”

$ $ $ $ $ $

.70 .94 1.38 1.88 2.24 3.00

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

.93 .88 .30 .66 1.58 2.38 3.70 6.77

$ $ $ $

.63 .49 1.34 2.31

COPPER FITTINGS COPPER PIPE Ls 20. 1/4" 21. 3/8” 22. 1/2" 23. 3/4" 24. 1” 25. 1 1/4" 26. 1 1/2" 27. 2” PLASTIC FITTINGS PLASTIC PIPE Ls 28. 1 1/4 “ 29. 1 1/2" 31. 3” 32. 4”


315 June 12, 2008 BLACK MALABLE FITTINGS STEEL PIPE Ls 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38.

1/2" 3/4" 1” 1 1/4” 1 1/2” 2”

$ $ $ $ $ $

.26 .32 .54 .89 1.17 2.00

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4.05 5.40 4.05 5.40 3.60 5.40 4.65 8.05 8.10 12.05 13.15 19.00 18.25 20.00 3.00

BRONZE BALL VALVE 48. 3/4" Nibco – TFP-600 49. 1” Nibco 50. 1 1/4" Nibco 51. 1 1/2" Nibco 52. 2” Nibco

$ $ $ $ $

4.65 8.10 13.15 18.25 24.75

FLANGED IRON VALVES 57. 8”

$

625.00

CHECK VALVES 58. ½” 59. ¾” 60. 1” 61. 1 ¼” 62. 1 ½” 63. 2”

$ $ $ $ $ $

3.60 4.50 6.45 9.25 12.75 19.75

$ $ $ $ $

2.95 .73 .73 5.50 53.75

VALVES FOR COPPER PIPING BRONZE BALL VALVE All Ball Valves Full Port (No Substitutions) 39. 1/4" Nibco - SFP.600 Apollo - 64 Series 40. 3/8” Nibco Apollo 41. 1/2" Nibco Apollo 42. 3/4" Nibco Apollo 43. 1” Nibco Apollo 44. 1 1/4" Nibco Apollo 45. 1 1/2 ”Nibco 46. 2” Nibco 47. 1/2" Nibco VALVES FOR STEEL PIPING

MISCELLANEOUS 72. 73. 74. 75. 78.

Fluid Master –Toilet Tank & Valve Flapper Tank Ball Blue-Spot Multi-Seal Tank Ball Blue-Spot Mansfield 09 Ball Cock With Brass Plunger Delta Faucet 8” Single Lever


316 June 12, 2008 79. 80. 82. 87. 89. 90. 92. 94. 95. 96. 101. 102. 103. 115. 116. 117. 118. 130. 133. 134. 143. 144. 145. 146. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 159. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 173. 179. 180. 181. 182. 183.

Central Sink Faucet, Wall Mount #41 & #42 Sloan Vacuum Breakers V-370A PO Plugs- C.P.Brass Less Pop Up Siemens 25702045 3/4 “ x 1/2" 3-8 PSI Spring Heating Zone Valve T&S Swivel Deck Faucet 0261962 Gerber Faucet Lavatory Wide Spread #43-051 Central Brass Drinking Fountain Faucet #360 Tubular “S” Traps 1 ½” x 1 ½” 17 Gauge Tubular “P” Traps 1 ½” x 1 ½” Gauge w/ Cleanout Tall pieces C.P. 17 Gauge 1 ½” x 12” Speedaire Regulator 1/2" 6ZC25A Speeddaire Regulator 3/8”1Z696C Aro Moduleair Air Regulator 1” R27241-100 Angle Stop Valves 3/8”x3/8” Sweat Strait Valves 3/8”x 1/2" Screws Strait Valves 3/8”x3/8” Screws Brass Compression Fitting 90° 1/8” Brass Compression Tee’s 3/4" Brass Compression Reducing Couplings ½” Brass Compression Reducing Couplings 3/4" RCI-BIF12 Faucet Water Supply Flex Connection RCI-BIF16 Faucet Water Supply Flex Connection Gauges – Pressure Gauges – Pressure And Temperature 398142 Sexauer – DAHL Valve 3 387722 Sexauer – DAHL Valve 5 411902 Sexauer – DAHL Valve ST 538232 Sexauer – H.D. Hose 121 538492 Sexauer – H.D. Hose 201 538312 Sexauer – H.D. Hose 161 738332 Sexauer – H.D. Hose GI 538152 Sexauer – H.D. Hose 91 394830 Sexauer – DAHL Valve C 539161 Sexauer – V.P. 7 Valve 1/2” per 3’ Length, Copper Steel 3/4” per 3’ Length, Copper Steel 1” per 3’ Length, Copper Steel 1 1/4 ” Per 3’ Length, Copper Steel 1 1/2 ” Per 3’ Length, Copper Steel 2” Per 3’ Length, Copper Steel B&G Bearing Assembly Model #18922 B&G Bearing Assembly #189134 100 series Taco Bearing Assembly#121-7RP467 Taco Bearing Assembly #110w/imp Taco Bearing Assembly #111-8RP 4-90 McDonnell Miller Water Feed #25 McDonnell Miller Water Feed #21

VALVES 184. B&G Relief Valve 1 ¼” 30 PSI #1050 185. B&G Relief Valve 1” 30 PSI #750 186. B&G Relief Valve 3/4" 75 PSI #75

$ $ $

68.40 1.35 1.85

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

15.50 58.85 52.35 30.80 10.50 10.50 4.75 27.90 21.65 27.90 1.95 2.50 2.50 1.05 11.00 1.10 4.00 1.65 1.75 4.30 14.10 3.25 3.50 3.25 1.55 1.65 1.45 1.95 3.50 3.50 3.50 230.00 230.00 230.00 210.00 210.00 171.00 171.00 206.00 206.00 196.00 150.00 150.00 134.50 51.60 57.40 58.45 142.00 336.85 226.30

$ $ $

64.35 46.75 40.95


317 June 12, 2008 187. 188. 189. 190. 191. 193.

$ $ $ $ $

142.10 31.60 52.35 53.95 446.00

$ $ $

64.35 31.05 121.90

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

105.50 119.20 131.70 793.40 17.50 421.10 97.10 71.10 31.50 61.85 420.00 165.00 1.80 3.90 3.90 17.60

45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52.

VALVES FOR COPPER PIPING BRONZE BALL VALVE 1 ½” Apollo 2” Apollo ½” Apollo ¾” Apollo 1” Apollo 1 ¼” Apollo 1 ½” Apollo 2” Apollo

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

14.03 20.29 2.53 4.19 6.75 10.00 15.05 21.56

53. 54. 55. 56. 57.

FLANGED IRON VALVES 2” Apollo 3” Apollo 4” Apollo 6” Apollo 8” Apollo

$ $ $ $ $

133.18 128.32 177.92 295.79 648.43

59. 60. 61. 62. 63.

CHECK VALVES ¾’Milwaukee 1” Milwaukee 1 ¼” Milwaukee 1 ½” Milwaukee 2” Milwaukee

$ $ $ $ $

20.76 28.33 39.58 46.67 70.48

64. 65.

MISCELLANEOUS Sloan Quiet Flush #111 Flush Valve Closet Sloan Quiet Flush #186-1YBYC Flush Valve Urinal

$ $

53.00 53.00

194. 195.

Kunkle Relief Valve 2 1/2" 15 PSI #750 Kunkle Relief Valve 1 1/2" 15 PSI #137 Watts Relief Valve 2” #740-030 Watts Relief Valve 1” #740-050 Watts Relief Valve #M4 #2-342-3 Bell & Gossett dual Unit Valve ½” #8 Brass & Iron 12 PSI, 30 PSI B&G Reducing Valve Water 1/2" Watts Water Reducing Valve 3/4"

MISCELLANEOUS 196. Honeywell Modutrol Motor M944A-1010 197. Honeywell Modutrol Motor M904F-30DS 198. Honeywell Modutrol Motor M9484F-1007 199. Maxitrol Pres. Control 3” 10 PSI #210G 201. Maxitrol Pres. Control ½” 5th #RH00S 202. Honeywell Fluid Gas Valve 3” H055A-1320-3 203. Sarco Vents 3/4" 13W G95-65041 205. Hoffman Air Vent #78-B59-101 206. Hoffman Thermostatic Trap 1/2" #17C 207. Hoffman Thermostatic Trap 3/4" #8C 208. McDonnell Miller Low Water Pump Control #157 209. McDonnell Miller Low Water #63 210. Honeywell GasPres. Switch Type C4370 EGH 211. Asco Switch Gas P.N.-948-54 212. Asco Switch Gas 1/2" P.N.-948-54 214. Honeywell Aquastat #LH008A 1015 b. Grant Supply Co., Inc. 901 Joyce Kilmer Ave North Brunswick, NJ 08902


318 June 12, 2008 66.

Value Plus 3/8 fix 3/8” O.D. Copper Chrome Angle Valve Gerber Ultra Flush toilet 21-372 Tank 28-380 No Subs Sloan/Regal Closet 193106 #110 Product # Sloan 308781 Bemis H.D. Plastic Toilet Seat Elongated, Open Front Less Lid Church Plastic Toilet Seat, Elongated, Open Front, Less Lid Fluid Master Ball Cock Model 200A Union Brass #698 Chicago Faucet 8” Center “Metering” Chicago Faucet 4” Center “Metering” #802 SS. Drinking Fountain EDFP210 New York Trap, 1 ½” x 1 ½ Cast Brass Chrome w/ Cleanout 6 Gal. Water Heater Electric A.O. Smith Femco Fittings 1” Angle Stop Valves 3/8” x ½” Sweat Brass Compression fitting 90° Reducing Couplings ¾” 3/8” Water Supply Lines – Copper 12” 3/8” Water Supply Lines – chrome 20” 3/8” Water Supply Lines – Copper 20” Gauges – Pressure And Temperature ¾” Watts WF71534 Hoffman Seer. #50 1 “ WF715 Hoffman Seer. #50 1 ¼” WF715 Hoffman Seer. #50 2” WF715 Hoffman Seer. #50 Armstrong Bearing Assembly #816023-001 Armstrong Bearing Assembly #817027-002 Armstrong Bearing Assembly #819359-002 Taco Bearing Assembly #HDH,111

67. 68. 70. 71. 76. 83. 85. 86. 91. 95. 97. 109. 114. 122. 139. 140. 141. 146. 160. 161. 162. 163. 174. 175. 177. 178.

$

2.16

$

192.09

$

53.00

$

12.72

$ $ $ $ $ $

12.72 6.33 34.51 136.46 65.60 374.50

$ $ $ $

9.00 206.40 4.74 2.28

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

6.54 .92 1.76 1.25 8.97 69.12 81.63 99.72 262.91 112.88 125.98 506.86 142.47

$

124.54

$ $

420.00 120.76

$ $

31.61 9.99

$

58.60

$ $ $ $ $

44.86 8.83 262.02 262.02 229.89

VALVES 192.

Watts Water Reducing Valve 1” #223 LP-0297595 MISCELLANEOUS

200. 213.

Maxitrol Pres. Control 2” 1- PSI #210E Watts ¾” regulator #009 – M2 c.

Sexauer 531 Central Park Ave Scarsdale, NY 10583

MISCELLANEOUS 77. American Standard Sink Faucet, Series “R” R-4111 81. Watts Vacuum Breakers 84. Chicago Faucet 333-665 PSHCP Single Metering 2 per sink no substitutes 88. American Standard Wall Hung Sink 4” Center Faucet 20 x 18 White 0355.012.020 93. Tubular “P” Traps 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" 17 Gauge w/Cleanout 98. American 40 gal. Water Heater Gas 99. American 50 Ga. Water Heater Electric 100. American 50 gal. Water Heater Electric


319 June 12, 2008 106. 107. 108. 110. 111. 112. 113. 119. 120. 121. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 131. 132. 135. 136. 137. 138. 142. 147. 149. 156. 157. 171. 172. 176. 204. 3.

Brass Gas Cock ½” Brass Gas Cock ¾” Brass Gas Cock 1” Fernco Fittings 1 1/2" Fernco Fittings 2” Fernco Fittings 3” Fernco Fittings 4” Brass Compression Fitting 90° Reducing Couplings ¼” Brass Compression fitting 90° Reducing Couplings 3/8” Brass Compression fittings 90° Reducing Couplings ½” Brass Compression Couplings 1/4” Brass Compression Couplings 3/8” Brass Compression Couplings 1/2" Brass Compression Couplings 7/8” Brass Compression Tee’s 1/4" Brass Compression Tee’s 3/8” Brass Compression Tee’s 1/2" Brass Compression Reducing Couplings ¼” Brass Compression Reducing Couplings 3/8” x 1/4” Brass Compression x IPS Adaptor 3/8" Brass Compression x IPS Adaptor 1/2” Brass Compression x IPS Adaptor ¾” 3/8” Water Supply Lines – Chrome 12” 3/8” to 7/8 Water Supply flexConnect 3/8 Toilet Sexauer – Drinking Fountain Sexauer – DAHL Valve 5 Sexauer – DAHL Valve C Sexauer – V.P. 5 Valve B & G Bearing Assembly Model # 189165 B & G Bearing Assembly #186863 PD, 60 Series B & G Bearing Assembly Maid-O-Mist Air Vent #75-150 PSI

Per month charge includes 24 hour service: Additional Surveillance units:

$ $

775.00 2.00/unit

That the Board of Education approve the renewal of contract PD07-23, Fire Alarm Equipment Service for various schools from July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009 as per Title 18A:-18:42-Multiyear contracts, to the low bidder, whose proposal also met specifications, as follows: (Bids read June 27, 2006, 2 bids received). Haig Service Corporation 211A Route 22 Green Brook, New Jersey 08812

5.

2.26 3.06 6.20 1.32 1.43 1.86 2.45 .45 .66 .99 .34 .47 .71 1.60 .61 .95 1.41 .40 .59 .50 .59 1.25 1.09 1.69 40.26 3.15 2.38 2.66 212.19 212.19 212.19 17.32

That the Board of Education approve the renewal of contract PD07-22, Electronic Surveillance Systems for various schools from July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009 as per Title 18A:-18:42-Multiyear contracts, to the low bidder, whose proposal also met specifications, as follows: (Bids read June 27, 2006, 1 bid received). Haig Service Corporation 211A Route 22 Green Brook, New Jersey 08812

4.

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ 4,225.00

That the Board of Education approve the renewal of contract PD07-16 Carpeting & Installation, for the 2008-2009 school year to the low bidder, whose proposal also met specifications, as follows: (Bids read May 2, 2006, 5 bids received). Carpet Showcase 501 Stelton Road Piscataway, NJ 08854 Berber Carpeting With Installation per Square Yard

$12.22 FR


320 June 12, 2008 6.

That the Board approve the agreement between the Woodbridge Township Board of Education and Aramark Uniform Services, 1060 Gelb Avenue, Union, NJ 07083 for Mop Rental Services, in an amount not to exceed $14,496.96. The agreement shall be for the period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. (2 quotes received.)

7.

That the Board of Education approve the renewal of contract PD06-10 Chain Link Fence, Installation, Replacement & Repair to Bermudez Inc., 401 Elizabeth Avenue, Elizabeth, NJ 07706, at no increase in cost for the 2008-2009 school year, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A-18A-42, as the services are being performed in an effective and efficient manner; and the terms and conditions of said contract will remain substantially the same; The term of the contract will not extend for a total of more than 5 consecutive years. (Buildings & Grounds Agenda April 28, 2005, Item #1).

8.

Cost Per Linear Foot (4 Ft. High)

$14.00

Cost Per Linear Foot (5 Ft. High)

$17.00

Cost Per Linear Foot (6 Ft. High)

$19.17

Cost Per Linear Foot (8 Ft. High)

$23.00

That the Board of Education approve the renewal of contract PD06-11 Various Motors & Repair of Motors to Rahway Electric Motor Service, 1653 Irving Street, Rahway, NJ 07065, at no increase in cost for the 2008-2009 school year, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A-18A-42, as the services are being performed in an effective and efficient manner; and the terms and conditions of said contract will remain substantially the same; The term of the contract will not extend for a total of more than 5 consecutive years. (Buildings & Grounds agenda, April 28, 2005, Item #3). a.

b.

c.

d.

1/3 H.P. 1725 R.P.M. 115 V 48-56 FR. 1 PHASE SINGLE SHAFT ½” SPLIT PHASE RESILIENT BASE

$47.00 ea.

½ H.P. 1725 R.P.M. 115 V 48-56 FR. 1 PHASE SINGLE SHAFT ½” SPLIT PHASE RESILIENT BASE

$60.00 ea.

½ H.P. 1725 R.P.M. 115-230 V 56 FR 1 PHASE SINGLE SHAFT 5/8” CAPACITOR START RESILIENT BASE

$92.00 ea.

¾ H.P. 1725 R.P.M. 115-230 V 56 FR. 1 PHASE SINGLE SHAFT 5/8” CAPACITOR START RESILIENT BASE

$109.00 ea.


321 June 12, 2008 9.

That the Board of Education approve the award of contract PD09-18 Boiler Cleaning Service for the 2008-2009 school year to the low bidder, whose proposal also met specifications, as follows: (bids read 6/5/08, 2 bids received) C.J. Vanderbeck & son, Inc. 240 Marshall Street Paterson, NJ 07503 Total Hourly rate for the unforeseen repairs

$18,415.00 $80.00

Mr. Yuhasz moved for the adoption of the Buildings and Grounds recommendations, seconded by Mr. Small. There were no comments or questions from the Board or public. With all Board members voting in favor, the foregoing was adopted.

The Curriculum Committee, on the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools and the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, presented the following: 1. That the Board of Education approve the Woodbridge Township School District’s participation in the ESTEEMS II Grant Project, offered by Rutgers University, for professional development in Mathematics, Science and Technology for the 2008-2009 school year at no cost to the district. 2. That the Board of Education approve the submission of a Colonia High School grant in the amount of $9,500.00 offered from the NJEA Frederick L. Hipp Foundation for Excellence in Education for the 2008-2009 school year. 3. That the Board of Education approve the Professional Development Academy Agreement between the Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission and the Woodbridge Township School District for a 100 seat subscription for the 2008-2009 school year in the amount of $8,000.00. (Payment will be from funded account) 4. That the Board of Education approve the submission of Woodbridge Township School District’s 20082011 District Mentoring Plan to the Middlesex County Superintendent of Schools. 5. That the Board of Education approve the following list of Literature Circle Books for the grade 4 Language Arts program: George’s Marvelous Medicine by Roald Dahl Ben and Me by Robert Lawson The Janitor’s Boy by Andrew Clements Punished by David Lubar 6. That the Board of Education approve the agreement for 2008 PSAT/NMSQT Early Participation Program between The CollegeBoard and Woodbridge Township School District at a cost not to exceed $21,333.00. 7. That the Board of Education approve the adoption of the following curriculum guides for the instructional program: Curriculum Guide DARE Algebra 1 R/S Algebra 2 R/S Calculus R/AB/BC/3 Computer Science AP – A Geometry R/S Introduction to Computer Science/Mathematical Problem Solving R Mathematics 2/3/4 Precalculus R/S


322 June 12, 2008 Prep. Course in Math for the SAT 1 AP European History Introduction to Psychological Research American Government & Civics Men’s Choir R Women’s Choir R Ms. Acquisto moved for the adoption of the Curriculum recommendations, seconded by Mr. Garley. There were no comments or questions from the Board or public. With all Board members voting in favor, the foregoing was adopted. The Technology Committee, on the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools and the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, presented the following: 1. That the Board of Education approve the purchase of 36 additional computer workstations for all 16 elementary schools at a cost of $37,747.80 to Dell Inc., att: Chris Cantu, One Dell Way RR8, Round Rock, TX 68682 – State Contract #A-70256-WSCA/NASPO. (Payment will be from the ’07-’08 budget account #11-000-252-615-77-Z-LA-TC) 2. That the Board of Education approve the purchase of 154 computer workstation replacements for 3 high schools at a cost of $167,913.90 to Dell Inc., att: Chris Cantu, One Dell Way RR8, Round Rock, TX 78682 – State Contract #A-70256-WSCA/NASPO. (Payment will be from the ’08-’09 budget account #11-190-100-615-77-Z-LA-TC) Mr. Miloscia moved for the adoption of the Technology recommendations, seconded by Ms. Acquisto. During Board discussion Ms. Leidner asked if Item #2 are refreshers. Ms. Rotella responded they are refreshers. She further explained the workstations being removed will go to other locations. Ms. Leidner stated she knows last year the district purchased several computers for the high schools. Ms. Rotella stated due to the workload, it is necessary to replace the workstations regularly. Ms. Hardiman stated the public is having difficulty hearing the Board. There were no comments or questions from the public. With all Board members voting in favor, the foregoing was adopted. Board Attorney, Jonathan Busch, had nothing to bring before the Board for open session. There was no "Old Business” to bring before the Board. Under “New Business," Mr. Yuhasz asked for an update on the proposed handicapped playground at School #28. Mr. DeMarino stated through the Mayor’s office and the Municipal government, the County would like to fund a wheelchair accessible playground at School #28. Mr. DeMarino stated after investigating with Mr. Eberhardt, he discovered there is an old township park adjacent to the School #28 property. He stated the town will take a grant from the County to refurbish the property for the proposed playground which will prove beneficial to the children. Mr. DeMarino stressed the playground will not take up any PACE areas. Mr. Yuhasz commended Mr. DeMarino and the relationship with the Mayor’s office. Mr. Huber stated there will be a reenactment of the arrest of Governor William Franklin at the Proprietary House on June 22nd. Mr. Molnar commented that the belief is that the Proprietary House is haunted. Ms. Leidner asked if additional funds have been received from School Construction agency. Mr. DeMarino stated a check from the School Development Authority was received on June 5th in the amount of $1,700,000 bringing the total received to date to $16,200,000. Ms. Leidner stated the 5th annual diabetes school walk at School #21 was very successful, collecting a total of $6,137.35. Ms. Leidner further stated the students and staff of Oak Ridge Heights School #21 have collected a total of almost $20,000 for the American Diabetes Association during the Pride Walk held over the years at School #21.


323 June 12, 2008 Mr. Yuhasz stated he attended the awards ceremony at Colonia High School. Mr. Yuhasz thanked Mr. McLaughlin, Ms. Fitzgerald, Mr. Short and Ms. McGrath, chairperson of the event. Mr. Yuhasz stated he was happy to partake in this ceremony honoring our students. Ms. Hardiman read a message to Mr. Smith regarding his resignation from Brian Hardiman, an alumni of Kennedy High School. In addition, she stated Christie Hardiman congratulates Mr. Smith and stresses he will be missed for his genuine concern for the students in this district. Mr. Smith stated the district was notified by New Jersey School Boards Association that we are the recipient of the 2008 Special Services award in conjunction with the We Tip program. Mr. Smith thanked Nancy Alberici who works closely with the We Tip organization and the local Police Department when the district receives the anonymous calls. He further stated Ms. Alberici has been an advocate of the program and has provided training at various schools. Mr. Smith stated the Board attorney, Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, is providing training for all staff members regarding legal responsibilities of teachers. Mr. Smith said the program was well received and produced positive feedback. Mr. Smith advised Active Shooter training continues with the police department in the schools. He further advised gang awareness training will be provided in October 2008, noting all administrators in the state of New Jersey are required, by law, to partake in this training. Mr. Molnar asked Ms. Leidner to give an update on the Superintendent’s search. Ms. Leidner stated the Committee met on several occasions advising minutes from the meetings have been posted on the website. Ms. Leidner stated the ad was posted in the Sunday Star Ledger, noting that the first printing was incorrectly printed resulting in a refund from the Star Ledger of approximately 25% of the ad cost. Ms. Leidner stated the advertisement was also faxed to Rutgers, the College of New Jersey and Princeton, however Princeton’s policies do not allow outside job postings. Ms. Leidner stated the Committee and the Board thank all who participated in the survey. She stated the results have been complied and will be available for public review as early as tomorrow. She further stated at their meeting on June 10th, a representative of New Jersey School Boards offered guidance in specific areas such as the interview process, contract negotiations, reference checking and the need for strict confidentiality of the applications received. Ms. Leidner advised 21 applications have been received and the full Board will meet on June 23rd to review the applications. Ms. Leidner stated if a member of the public would like to submit a question for the Board to ask the candidates during the first round of interviews, they should be submitted through the Superintendent’s office. The Board President opened the meeting to the public. During this portion, K. Cozzola, Colonia, thanked Ms. Leidner for the Superintendent’s search update. Ms. Cozzola asked for a clarification of how the public will be able to pose questions to the candidates. Ms. Leidner stated questions should be sent to the Superintendent’s Search Committee care of the Superintendent’s office. R. Sullivan, Woodbridge, stated she appreciates the detailed update on the Superintendent’s search. Ms. Sullivan listed several concerns with the survey. Ms. Leidner addressed the security code issue stating it was included to assure that one person is not completing more than one survey. Ms. Sullivan expressed concern over whether the security system was implemented properly. Mr. Yuhasz asked how many survey responses were received via e-mail. Ms. Leidner responded there were approximately 300 survey responses received by e-mail. Ms. Sullivan stated there was no name field on the paper survey and asked if although the surveys were not signed, will they still be counted. Ms. Leidner stated they were counted. Ms. Sullivan clarified the purpose of the survey questions. Ms. Leidner stated the responses will be instrumental in developing the criteria when conducting interviews. Ms. Sullivan stated she subscribes to an alerting service from the State of New Jersey, Department of Education, and recently received an alert regarding the Commissioner requiring Superintendents to review district contracts. Ms. Sullivan asked how that will impact the search. Ms. Leidner stated the Board is currently working on that issue with the Board attorney and County Superintendent. Mr. Busch, Board Attorney, stated the requirements under the law with respect to accountability, requires that any time a new contract is entered into between a public Board of Education and a superintendent it shall be provided to the Executive County Superintendent to monitor with strict guidelines provided by the Department of Education. Mr. Molnar thanked the public for coming before the Board with their questions and concerns.


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Mr. Small then presented to the Board for its consideration, a resolution for a Closed Session to discuss personnel, negotiations and/or legal matters, which include: resignation, extensions of sympathy; retirements; leaves of absences; certified and non-certified staff: returning from leaves, transfers, and appointments; extended school year appointments; changes for program, and professional development activities, clubs, extra-curricular activities. Appointments of coaches, summer curriculum committee, summer Child Study Team, employment of Retirement Consultant, home instructors, and substitutes which include secretaries, custodians/custodial aides, school aides, bus attendant, paraprofessionals, and summer typists; approval of salary adjustments. There will also be discussion of a request for salary adjustment from a non-affiliated employee, and discussion on a grievance. Any information regarding the Closed Session will be released to the public when the reasons for discussing these matters in Closed Session no longer exist. On motion by Mr. Small, seconded by Ms. Hardiman and carried, the Board retired into Closed Session at approximately 8:20 p.m. The Board returned from Closed Session at approximately 9:30 p.m. and a roll call found all members present as were previously recorded. The Superintendent Search Committee presented the following: 1.

That the Board of Education adopt the attached resolution appointing Angela Korodan to the position of Acting Superintendent of the Woodbridge Township School District.

Ms. Leidner moved for the adoption of the Superintendent Search recommendation, seconded by Mr. Small. With all Board members voting in favor, the foregoing was adopted. The Personnel Committee, on recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools and the Director of Personnel Services presented the following: 1. That the following resignation be accepted: Name

Reason

Assignment

Years/Service

Effective

Kocher, Nancy

Personal

Trans. Dept., Bus Attendant

2 yrs., 7 mos.

6/30/08

2a. That the Board of Education has been informed of the death of Margaret Higgins, a former teacher, who served faithfully and rendered valuable service to the Board of Education and to the children of the community. The sympathy of the Board of Education and the Administration is extended to the family of Margaret Higgins, and a note of passing shall be made in the minutes. b. That the Board of Education has been informed of the death of Marguerite Warchal, a former secretary, who served faithfully and rendered valuable service to the Board of Education and to the community. The sympathy of the Board of Education and the Administration is extended to the family of Marguerite Warchal, and a note of passing shall be made in the minutes. 3.

That the following retirements be accepted with regret: Name

Cavaciuti, Alice DaSilva, Karen Dunlap, Carol Hunt, Kenneth Shpak, Madelaine Takacs, Susan * Tilley, Christine *

Ordinary Disability

Assignment

Years/Service

Effective

Lynn Crest, Paraprofessional Avenel M.S., Gen. Cafeteria Claremont Ave., Teacher John F. Kennedy, Music Colonia H.S., English Woodbridge H.S., Guidance Iselin M.S., Gen. Cafeteria

28 yrs., 3 mos. 29 yrs., 3 mos. 23 yrs. 33 yrs., 8 mos. 32 yrs., 1 mo. 20 yrs. 8 yrs., 5 mos.

6/30/08 12/31/08 6/30/08 6/30/08 6/30/08 6/30/08 1/31/08


325 June 12, 2008

4.

That the following resolution of retirement be approved: Name

Years/Service

Position

Andreski, Richard Angeline, Angela Backmann, Beverly Cavaciuti, Alice Decker, Marybeth Dunlap, Carol Farrell, Linda Golba, Virginia Hunt, Kenneth Ingemi, Lynn Nolan, Deanna O'Brien, Joseph Onder, Jo Ann Paloti, Carolann

38 years 25 years, 8 months 17 years, 4 months 28 years, 3 months 22 years, 6 months 23 years 35 years 7 years, 5 months 33 years, 8 months 30 years, 8 months 38 years 16 years, 6 months 22 years, 9 months 39 years, 6 months

Department Head School Aide Teacher Paraprofessional Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Vice Principal Teacher Teacher


326 June 12, 2008

4. Resolution of Retirement (cont.): Name

Years/Service

Position

Parson, Kathleen Parsons, Kenneth Penksa, George Reggev, Judy Shpak, Madelaine Sliwoski, Rose Stoner, Richard Takacs, Susan Tilley, Christine Torra, Lynn Zullo, Eileen

33 years, 5 months 7 years 34 years 28 years, 8 months 32 years, 1 month 34 years, 4 months 34 years 20 years 8 years, 5 months 38 years 31 years, 1 month

Teacher Custodian Teacher Teacher Teacher Cook Manager Teacher Guidance General Cafeteria Teacher Teacher

"WHEREAS, the above employees are retiring from active service in the public schools of Woodbridge Township after the number of years listed; and WHEREAS, it is the desire of the members of the Board of Education of the Township of Woodbridge to express their appreciation for loyal and unselfish service during those years; therefore be it RESOLVED, that the gratitude and best wishes of the members of the Board of Education of the Township of Woodbridge are hereby tendered to each employee in acknowledgment of the service he or she so faithfully and conscientiously rendered; and be it further RESOLVED, that a copy of this resolution be spread on the minutes of the Board of Education, and a copy be sent to the above employee(s). 5. That the following be granted an unpaid personal leave of absence and/or maternity leave of absence pursuant to the conditions of the negotiated agreement and/or family leave of absence pursuant to New Jersey Family Leave Act No. N.J.S.A. 34:11,B-1 et.seq. or Federal Family Leave Act No. 29 U.S.C., Section 2601 et.seq.:

$ * # * @

% # &

* * * # $ # @ % * &

Name

Assignment

Burch, Kisema Davison, Mary Filion, Danielle Geoffroy, Brian Maier, Janet Marrone, Allyson Minucci, Shelly Nichols, Victoria Potter, Christine Rodriguez, Rosa Schott, Janet Vreeland, Christina

Trans. Dept., Bus Attendant Pennsylvania Ave., School Aide Claremont Ave., Teacher On Leave Trans. Dept., Bus Driver (full-time) School Social Worker Elementary Vocal Music School Psychologist Speech Trans. Dept., Bus Driver (part-time) Mawbey St., School Aide Supv./English, Writing, Media Center

Unpaid Personal Leave commencing ½ day on 5/21/08 Maternity Lv.; Unpaid FMLA/NJFL--exact dates to be determined Unpaid FMLA Unpaid NJFL Unpaid Personal Leave Maternity Lv.; Unpaid FMLA/NJFL; Unpaid Personal Lv.--exact dates to be determined

Effective 5/21/08- 6/30/08 6/05/08- 6/30/08 9/01/08-11/30/08 9/01/08- 6/30/09 5/08/08- 6/06/08 8/25/08- 9/26/08 9/01/08- 1/02/09 9/02/08- 6/30/09 9/01/08- 6/30/09 5/17/08- 6/30/08 6/01/08- 6/30/08 9/08/08- 1/31/09


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6. That the following personnel returning from leave for the 2008-2009 school year be approved: ELEMENTARY Name

Assignment

Effective

Degree

Yrs./Exp.

Salary

Chiera, Sandra Domingues, Melissa Goodell, Jenny Hoppock, Kelly Puehlhorn, Kathleen Schmidt, Brandi Sullivan, Pamela

Lafayette Est., Tchr. Lafayette Est., Tchr. Lafayette Est., Tchr. Ford Ave., Tchr. Mawbey St., Tchr. Woodbine Ave., Tchr. Woodbine Ave., Tchr.

9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08

B B+16 B B B B M+16

4 7 8 6 15 10 9

$51,500.00 57,085.00 57,500.00 54,500.00 77,000.00 60,500.00 63,112.00

Fords M.S., Music Woodbridge H.S., Math Iselin M.S., Math Colonia H.S., English Gifted & Talented, Art Woodbridge M.S., Health (2/5)

9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08

B+16 B B B M B

16 10 8 9 5 5

84,735.00 60,500.00 57,500.00 59,000.00 56,287.00 21,200.00 *

SECONDARY Bychkowski, Sherry LaBue, Jennifer Lubarsky, Lisa Platko, Stephanie Sienkiewicz, Jaclyn Wallach, Tina *

Denotes 2/5 position

SPECIAL EDUCATION/SERVICES Cottone, Wendy Preston, Leni Timinski, Jennifer

M. Jago, Spec. Ed. M. Jago, Spec. Ed. Indiana Ave., Spec. Ed.

9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08

B+32 B B+32

20 6 11

85,561.00 54,500.00 63,911.00

Andruzzi, Tanya Caccavano, Laura Marrone, Allyson Smith, Meghan

Colonia M.S., Sch. Soc. Wrkr. School Social Worker School Social Worker School Social Worker

8/25/08 8/25/08 9/29/08 8/25/08

M M M+16 M

3 8 11 4

53,787+8,068 60,787+9,118 66,112+9,917 54,787+8,218

Elementary Art Elementary Phys. Ed.

9/01/08 9/01/08

B B

8 7

59,000.00 56,000.00

SPECIAL AREA Barritta, Danielle Minarick, Jennifer NON-CERTIFIED Name Corbett, Melanie Medina, Norma Miesowitz, Agnes Willis, Joyce #

Assignment Trans. Dept., Driver (p-t) Trans. Dept., Bus Att. Trans. Dept., Bus Att. Ross St., School Aide

Annual salary for informational purposes only

Effective 8/29/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08

Yrs./Exp. Rate 6 yrs., 5 mos. $27.92/hr 1 yr., 6 mos. 13.56/hr. 6 yrs. 16.99/hr. 4 mos. 12.30/hr.

Salary $27,947.92 # 9,871.68 # 1 2,368.72 # 4,428.00 #


328 June 12, 2008

7. For the approval of the Board: Transfer CERTIFIED Name Annetta, Gia * Bader, Patricia Bernstein, Jason Burke, Lauren Cabrera, Joshua Cardinal, Gayle Casaliggi, Tara Cice, Sarah Connolly, Dawn Croteau, Danielle Denenberg, Jennifer Di Giovanni, Julia Esposito, Vincent Evangelista, Andrea Farley, Gregory Genz, Megan Guida, Mary Kenney, Joyce Kreudl, Debra LaTorre, George Leschek, Jessica Lottman, Glenn Mc Carthy, Gennine Miller, Amanda Molis, Lisa Paugh, Nancy Pereira, Priscilla # Perry Jr, Thomas Recchione, Michele # Remotti, Mariana Schaefer, Cynthia % Schaefer, Debra Schettini, Nancy @ Semsel, Judith Sexton, Stacey Steinberg, Laura S Truppa, Margaret Turnbull, Jaclyn Virdi, Navneet Zilg, Karen * # % @

From

To

Ind. Ave./Laf. Est., Kdgn. Lafayette Est., A.S.I. (half-time) Matthew Jago, Spec. Ed. Elem. Phys. Ed. Colonia M.S., Music Adaptive Phys. Ed.

Lafayette Estates, Kdgn. Ford Avenue, Kdgn. (half-time) Colonia M.S., Spec. Ed. Fords M.S., PE & H J. F. Kennedy, Music Woodbridge High, PE & H Avenel St./MPT, Spec. Ed. J.F.K, English R. Mascenik, Spec. Ed. Ross St., Elem. C.M.S., HQT Soc.St./Lang.Arts Fords M.S., Spec. Ed. Fords M.S./W.M.S., Spec. Ed. Iselin M.S./Fords M.S., Soc.St. Woodbridge High, Business Woodbridge High, Art Lafayette Est., Elem. Colonia M.S., Spec. Ed. I.M.S./W.M.S., Spec. Ed. Fords M.S., Art Mawbey St., Spec. Ed. Supv., Math & Music Elementary Art Fords M.S., Science Kennedy Pk., Elem. Supv., Gifted & Talented WH.S./J.F.K, French W.H.S./J.F.K, Soc. St. (full-time) Ford Avenue, Elem. A.M.S./W.M.S., PE & H (full-time) Fords M.S., HQT Soc. St. Speech (full-time)

Avenel St./R.Mascenik, Spec. Ed.

Iselin M.S., Lang. Arts Matthew Jago, Spec. Ed. Claremont Avenue, Elem. C.M.S./F.M.S., A.S.I. Pt. Reading, Spec. Ed. A.M.S./I.M.S.., Spec. Ed. Iselin M.S., Soc. St. Woodbridge High, Spec. Ed. Colonia M.S., Spec. Ed. Woodbine Avenue, Elem. Lafayette Est., Spec. Ed. Iselin M.S., Spec. Ed. W.H.S./F.M.S., Art Matthew Jago, Spec. Ed. Supv., Gifted & Talented Oak Ridge Heights, Elem. I.M.S./F.M.S., Science Ford Avenue, Elem. Supv., Math & Music W.H.S./W.M.S., French W.H.S., Soc. St. (part-time) Indiana Avenue, Elem. A.M.S./W.M.S., PE & H (part-time)

Ford Avenue, Elem. Speech (2/5) Ross St., Spec. Ed. Lynn Crest, Elem./CL I.M.S./F.M.S, PE & H Ford Avenue, Elem. Pt. Reading, Computers (half-time) Mawbey St./Kennedy Pk., Spec.Ed.

I.M.S./F.M.S., Math Mawbey St./Pt. Reading, Spec. Ed.

2008-2009 annual salary adjusted to $32,644 2008-2009 annual salary adjusted to $48,000 2008-2009 annual salary adjusted to $56,787 2008-2009 annual salary reduced by $696--elementary computer liaison

Ross St./Pt. Reading, Spec. Ed.

Colonia M.S., HQT Math/Sci. Iselin M.S./J.F.K, PE & H Iselin M.S., HQT Lang. Arts Pt. Reading, Elem. (full-time) Woodbine Avenue, Spec. Ed. Fords M.S., Math Mawbey St., Spec. Ed.

Effective 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 7/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 7/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08


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7. Transfers (cont.): NON-CERTIFIED

Name Axen, Suzanne Beadling, Darlene Borowicz, Anne Marie Bujalski, Deborah Donlon, Catherine Jordan, Leticia Kruk, Carol Mignone, Diane Nolan, Darlene * Sarra, Roseann Seminerio, Gina # Soper, Lisa Stillwell, Nancy Sutphen, Frank Talathi, Reena Tylka, Marilyn * #

From

To

Effective

Woodbridge High, Para-S Lafayette Est., Custodian Woodbridge High, Para-S Lynn Crest, Para-S Woodbridge High, Para-S Fords Middle, Para-S Indiana Ave, Para-S Lynn Crest, Para-S Indiana Ave, Para-S Supt. Office, Asst. Sec. (12-mo.) Matthew Jago, Para-R R. Mascenik, Clerical Aide Avenel Middle, Para-S Colonia High, Custodian Matthew Jago, Para-S Fords Middle, Para-S

Colonia High, Para-S Colonia High, Custodian Colonia High, Para-S Colonia Middle, Para-S Colonia High, Para-S J. F. Kennedy, Para-S Colonia Middle, Para-S Avenel Middle, Para-S Colonia Middle, Para-S Supt. Office, Adm. Sec. I Mawbey St., Para-S M. Jago, Para-S (part-time) Colonia High, Para-S Lafayette Est. Custodian Fords Middle, Para-S Woodbridge High, Para-S

9/01/08 7/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 7/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 7/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08

2008-2009 annual salary adjusted to $52,617 2008-2009 hourly rate adjusted to $15.94--annual salary of $8,703.24

8. That the following personnel be appointed for the 2008-2009 school year at the salary rate shown:

# # # *# #

CERTIFIED Name Friedman, Rachael Neidhardt, Julia Rotella, Joseph Smith, Matthew Thiry, Erica

Credited Assigned Degree Yrs./Exp. Subj. Area B 0 Art (R) B 0 Lang. Arts.(R) B 0 Business(R) B+32 0 Phys.Ed.&Health(R) M 0 EWS Math(R)

Bldg./Dept. J. F. Kennedy Colonia M.S. Woodbridge H.S. Fords M.S. Avenel M.S.

Spec. Prog. Total Annual or Budget Salary Rate Budget $47,000.00 Budget 47,000.00 Budget 47,000.00 Budget 48,911.00 Funded 50,287.00

Pending NJ certification

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NON-CERTIFIED Name Adornato, Andrea Castaneda, Maria Creighton, Cherie Fehring, Barbara Galvach, Christine Sutphen, Doreen Verile, Laura

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Reappointment

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Effective Date 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08

Effective 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08 9/01/08

Assignment Indiana Ave., Para-S Iselin M.S., Para-S Menlo Park Ter., Para-S Indiana Ave., Para-S Matthew Jago, Para-S Port Reading, Para-S J. F. Kennedy, Para-S

Replacing Self Self Self Self Self Self Self

Hourly Rate $16.33 17.96 16.33 14.30 17.96 17.96 16.33

Total Annual Salary Rate $19,319.30 # 21,246.68 # 19,319.30 # 16,916.90 # 21,246.68 # 21,246.68 # 19,319.30 #

Subject to approval for employment from the New Jersey Department of Education. The employee shall be required to submit an authorization and certification form along with fingerprints for a criminal history background check as required by N.J.S.A. 18A:6-7.1 et seq.


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9. That the Board of Education approve payment to the following staff members to perform set-up duties to be completed by June 30, 2008, in preparation for the In-District Extended School Year Program, 2008. (Payment will be upon voucher submitted.) Name * Bocchino, Frank # Tumminia, Christine * #

Hours 30 42

Rate/Hour

Salary

$30.18 20.40

$905.40 856.80

Payment from account #13-423-100-101-61-A-AH-TO Replacing Theresa Traschetti who shall not receive payment for same (3/13/08 agenda, item #11)

10. That the following personnel be appointed to the position designated below in the In-District Extended School Year Summer Program 2008, which runs from July 1, 2008, through August 11, 2008. Name

Position

Rate/Hour

Hours

Total Salary

CERTIFIED Anderson, Nancy Barnett, Michael Bernstein, Jason Bocchino, Frank Boyd, Robert Caley, MaryBeth Cilento, Angela Cilento, Nicholas Coppola, Marilyn DeBlasio-Devitt, Robin DeNoyelles, Lorraine Evangelista, Brian Evangelista, Toni Fasciale, Yvonne Fitzpatrick, Richard Frame, Colleen Giannone, Mary Denise Gnadinger, Jane Grasso, Joseph Hershey, Kristen Huber, Stacy Kalanta, Deborah Kobylakiewicz, Jennifer Krenzel, Jo-Ann MacIntyre, Katherine Manetta, Lisa McCracken, Colleen McRae, Monica Nyers, William Preston, Leni

Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Nurse Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Nurse Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher

$31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24

155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 65 155 155 155 155 155 155 155

$4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 2,030.60 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20


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10. In-District Extended School Year Summer Program 2008 (cont.) Name CERTIFIED (cont.) Reed, Barbara Ring, Christine Russo, Brian Shipe, Lisa Stanko, Allison Stephen, Nicole

Position

Rate/Hour

Hours

Total Salary

Speech Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher Teacher

$31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24

155 155 155 155 155 155

$4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20 4,842.20

NON-CERTIFIED Abene, Stefanie Alberici, Allison Ambrose, Margaret Anderson, Ryan Baumgartner, Tara Bellotto, Megan Bergondo, Suzanne Biondo, Lucille Blash, Ann Bunavage, Nancy Burke, Lauren Carragino, Amy Carragino, Nancy Cerrone, Kelly Chailet, Denise Christopher, James Concitis, Jennifer Cress, Evan Croteau, Danielle Crowe, Catherine Crowe, Heather Cuozzo, John Czochanski, LouAnne Dabrowski, James Dabrowski, Michael Daly, Erin DeNoyelles, Wendy D'Orsi, Mackenze Drakoulis, Linda Engroff, Brian Evangelista, Jessica Evangelista, Robert Fasciale, Denise Fisco, Erick Galuppo, Gina Galuppo, Joanne Geisheimer, Jennifer Gluck, Caitlin Guarracino, Jennifer Henderson, Michael Hodroski, Maureen Hoyer, Brett

Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional

13.95 13.95 17.93 13.95 13.95 13.95 13.95 20.42 18.38 20.42 20.42 13.95 20.42 13.95 20.42 20.42 13.95 13.95 20.42 13.95 18.38 13.95 18.38 13.95 13.95 13.95 13.95 13.95 20.42 13.95 20.42 13.95 20.42 13.95 13.95 20.42 20.42 13.95 20.42 13.95 13.95 20.42

155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155 155

2,162.25 2,162.25 2,779.15 2,162.25 2,162.25 2,162.25 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,848.90 3,165.10 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 3,165.10 2,162.25 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 2,848.90 2,162.25 2,848.90 2,162.25 2,162.25 2,162.25 2,162.25 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 2,162.25 3,165.10 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 2,162.25 3,165.10


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10. In-District Extended School Year Summer Program 2008 (cont.): Position

Name NON-CERTIFIED (cont.) Kaelber, Brian Kaelber, Kelli Keaveney, Kate Kenney, Candice Kerbis, Erin Kopervas, Robin Kovacs, Sarah Lammers, James Lammers, Jordan Leschek, Jessica Lombardi, MaryAnn Lombardi, Patrick MacIntyre, MaryClare McCabe, Colleen McCabe, Jane McNair, Debra Miller, Jr., George Miller, Michelle Mulherin, Dorothy O'Connor, Shannon Ogonowski, Lee Padden, Kelly Pardee, Judy Perry, Amanda Pilla, Alison Pilla, Lillian Prencipe, Stephanie Raite, Annmarie Ratajczak, Cindy Rauch, Lauren Risola, Mark Rotella, Warren Rowland, Christine Skinner, Mary Smith, Matthew John Snyder, Marlaina Stepnowski, Joyce Superior, Stephanie Tobia, Christine Torzewski, Sharon Traschetti, Samantha Ulasevich, Dana VanName, Ryan White, Kerri

Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional Paraprofessional

Bobenchik, Deborah Raite, Mariann

Secretary Secretary

Rate/Hour

Hours

Total Salary

$13.95 20.42 13.95 20.42 20.42 20.42 13.95 20.42 13.95 20.42 20.42 13.95 13.95 13.95 20.42 16.33 20.42 13.95 20.42 13.95 20.42 13.95 20.42 13.95 13.95 20.42 16.33 13.95 20.42 13.95 13.95 13.95 18.38 20.42 13.95 20.42 20.42 13.95 18.38 20.42 13.95 13.95 13.95 13.95

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$2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 3,165.10 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 3,165.10 2,162.25 2,162.25 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,531.15 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,531.15 2,162.25 3,165.10 2,162.25 2,162.25 2,162.25 2,848.90 3,165.10 2,162.25 3,165.10 3,165.10 2,162.25 2,848.90 3,165.10 2,162.25 2,162.25 2,162.25 2,162.25

21.12 21.12

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4,752.00 4,752.00


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11. That the following be approved as substitutes in the Extended School Year Program 2008: Certified

Non-Certified

Non-Certified (cont.)

Annetta, Gia Beatini, Lisa Burke, Lauren Caplette, David Carsey, Nicole Chiarello, Kristen Christopher, James Concitis, Jennifer Connolly, Dawn Croteau, Danielle DeCeglis, Jennifer Evangelista, Jessica Goldberg, Adam Guarracino, Jennifer Henriques, Marcela Horvath, Joanne Kaelber, Kelli Kenney, Candice Kerbis, Erin Lammers, James Lescheck, Jessica Mayer, William Meixner, Donald Milford, Deborah Miller, Amanda Miller, George Nolan, Lisa Padden, Kelly Redmond, Melissa Rizzo, Maryann Ruta, Nicholas Seiss, Dena Snyder, Marlaina Socratous, Linda Weindel, Linda Yanofsky, Allison

Alaimo, Nicole Anthony, Katherine Barreto, Dorothea Bealla, Donna Beckman Linda Bonner, Jayne Chiera, Mike Cohen, Sarah Coleman, Patricia Davidson, Donna Dellamanna, Catherine Deniz, Kristen Donnelly, Cathleen Falzone, Alexis Farrell, Morgan Fehring, Barbara Fofrich, Beth Foley, Marion Goldberg, Adam Granato, Debra Gregg, Bristol Herbeck, Scott Hill, Theresa Jackson, Monica James, Kathleen Kadash, Maureen Kamardin, Sherbanu Karlin, Dianne Lardieri, Jennifer Lardieri, Suzanne Lund, Ruth Lyon-Dabranski, Shannon Mackie, Anne Malik, Alia Alexandropoulos, Marietta McCauley-Bevilaqua, Maureen

McGowan, Jennifer McHale, Susan Melillo, Lanora Mignone, Diane Misak, Janet Misistia, Jacqueline Napolitano, Jessica Nevins, Kelly Olsen, Lindsey Onyewu, Ijeoma Palmisano, Barbara Pereira, Matilda Postorino, Marion Rasheed, Najma Reiss, Erica Rosania, Emily Sciacchitano, Carol Strauss, Robert Tamashausky, Jamie Tibok, Amy Tumminia, Christine Valente, Maria Varga, Lindsay Vilichka, Jacqueline Waldron, Rebecca Wirt, Lisa Wojcik, Irene

Nurse Substitutes: Balog, Heather Einhorn, Mary Finn, Lois Gomez, Diane

Secretarial Subs Raite, Annmarie Traschetti, Theresa Tumminia, Christine Vilichka, Jacqueline


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12. That a note be made in the minutes that Craig Yarnall did not serve as the Co-ed Sports advisor at Colonia Middle School for the 2007-2008 school year, and, therefore, shall not receive payment for same. (10/18/07 agenda, item #28) 13. That the Board of Education approve payment, not to exceed $1,500.00 each, to Kristen Hershey and Maryann Rizzo to serve as co-advisors for the REBEL Program for the 2007-2008 school year at Colonia Middle School. (Payment will be upon voucher submitted from funded account.) 14. That the Board of Education approve payment to the following staff members as instructors for Professional Development activities during the 2007-2008 school year: (Payment will be upon voucher submitted from funded account.) Name Bachant, Diane RN Giannone, Denise RN Hercek, Beth Mido, Lori RN Miller, Joanne RN Robson, Lori RN Soberanis, Deborah RN Terpanick, Christine Wade, Kimberly

Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Rate/Hour $30.18 30.18 30.18 30.18 30.18 30.18 30.18 30.18 30.18

Salary $90.54 90.54 90.54 90.54 90.54 90.54 90.54 90.54 90.54

15. That the Board of Education approve payment to the following staff members for providing professional development for Technology during the summer, 2008. (Payment will be upon voucher submitted from funded account.) Name Cardoso, Miguel Frank-Eriksen, Karen Giordano, Tammy Masperi, Joseph Meyer, Cheryl Murray, Elaine Sherry, Diane Wade, Kimberly

Hours

Rate/Hour

30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

$31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24

Salary $937.20 937.20 937.20 937.20 937.20 937.20 937.20 937.20

16. That the Board of Education approve payment to Yvette Esteves at a cost of $3,000.00 to review software for professional development activities during the summer of 2008. (Payment will be upon voucher submitted from funded account.) 17. That the Board of Education approve payment to Patricia Stock at a cost of $3,000.00 for professional activities during the summer of 2008. (Payment will be upon voucher submitted from funded account.)


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18. That the Board of Education approve the following revisions to the Homework Club for the 20072008 school year. (Personnel Agenda dated October 18, 2007 – Item # 20) School @ Iselin Middle

* Iselin Middle * Iselin Middle @ *

Name Volker, Phyllis Cice, Sarah Duane, Carolyn

Salary $229.25 229.25 458.50

Salary reduced from $917.00 Replacing Phyllis Volker

19. That the Board of Education approve the following staff members be appointed as committee members of the summer curriculum committees during July and August, 2008 listed below at the designated salary rates. (Payment will be upon voucher submitted from #11-000-221-104-60-AAH-TO account for committee members and #11-000-221-102-60-Z-AH-DH for committee chairpersons.) Name Barreiros, Danielle Kendrick, Kimberly Kuzma, Catherine Reiss, Erica * Radzik, John

Program K-2 Health Education K-2 Health Education K-2 Health Education K-2 Health Education K-2 Health Education

Amery, Patricia Cardinal, Gail Ferraro, Amy Finn, Lois Kroner, Joseph * Calhoun, Jayson

Suicide, Nutrition Education, K-12 Suicide, Nutrition Education, K-12 Suicide, Nutrition Education, K-12 Suicide, Nutrition Education, K-12 Suicide, Nutrition Education, K-12 Suicide, Nutrition Education, K-12

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Hours 25 25 25 25 30

Rate $31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 32.24

Salary $781.00 781.00 781.00 781.00 967.20

20 20 20 20 20 30

31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 31.24 32.24

624.80 624.80 624.80 624.80 624.80 967.20

Chairperson

20. That the Board of Education approve the following revision to the I&RS Committee for Robert Mascenik School for the 2007-2008 school year: Name * Makoski, Nancy * Scott, Debra # Dubay-Banko, Janet * #

Salary $600.00 600.00 600.00

Salary reduced from $900.00 Additional committee member

21. That the Board of Education approve payment, at a cost not to exceed $623.60, to Suzana Zeitz of Woodbridge High School for Professional Development activities during the 2007-2008 school year. (Payment will be upon voucher submitted from funded account.) 22. That the Board of Education approve payment to Lori Mido, at a cost not to exceed $2,201.00, to screen immunization records at the Elementary Registration Center during July and August, 2008 for student entrance to the district. (Payment will be upon voucher submitted from #11-000-240105-60-A-AG-C2 account.)


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23. That the Board of Education approve payment, at a cost not to exceed $917.00 each, to Stacey Sexton and Sarah Cice for a Community of Caring Club at Iselin Middle School during the 20072008 school year. Payment will be upon voucher submitted from PACES Grant account #20087-100-600-07-L-00.)

24. That the following extra-curricular appointment be approved for the 2007-2008 school year: School John F. Kennedy

Name Poltorak, Nicole

Position Cheerleading Asst. (F)

Salary $1,541.00

25. That the following coaches be approved for the 2008-2009 school year: School COLONIA HIGH JOHN F. KENNEDY

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Name Holmes, Jeffrey Kondrk, Richard Smith, Matthew * DiPalma, Stephen McDevitt, Charles Remotti, Mariana

Position Girls’ Soccer, Head Hockey, Asst. Girls’ Basketball, Asst. Hockey, Asst. Football, Asst. Girls’ Basketball, Asst.

Salary $6,604.00 4,425.00 5,057.00 4,425.00 6,321.00 5,057.00

Replacing Sarah Cice who resigned position and shall not receive payment for same. (5/15/08 agenda, item #30)

26. That the following Child Study Team personnel be appointed to work during the summer of 2008 at the rate of $275.00 per diem, not to exceed $35,475.00. (Payment will be made from Account 11-000-219-104-73-C-AH-IC.) Name Cummings, Kelly Fortunato, Carmen Franczak, Sandra Hulak, Scott Lieberman, Linda Mazza, Daniel Prentice, Beth Richman, Ilene Wiesner, Shelley

Position Sch. Soc. Worker Sch. Soc. Worker Sch. Soc. Worker Sch. Soc. Worker Sch. Soc. Worker Sch. Soc. Worker Sch. Soc. Worker Sch. Soc. Worker Sch. Soc. Worker

Dates 7/8-10; 7/14-15 7/1-2; 7/16-18 7/18; 7/21-24 7/14-18 7/28-31; 8/1 8/4-8 7/21-25 7/1-3 7/7-11

Accardi, Lorraine Lardieri, Margaret O’Malley, Rita Scarano, Natalie Shah, Sangita Vigilante, Donna

LDT-C LDT-C LDT-C LDT-C LDT-C LDT-C

7/1-2; 7/7-10; 7/21-22 7/2-3; 7/9 7/14-18; 7/28-30 7/23-25; 7/28-31; 8/1 7/14-18; 7/21-23 7/16-18; 7/21-25

Anderson, Audrey Gelber, Dr. David List, Bobbi-Jo Pinto, Amy

Sch. Psychologist Sch. Psychologist Sch. Psychologist Sch. Psychologist

7/9-11; 7/16-18; 7/23-25; 7/30-31; 8/1

7/14-18; 7/21-25; 7/28-30 7/1-3; 7/7-11 7/8-10; 7/15-17; 7/22-23; 7/29-30

Days Salary 5 $1,375.00 5 1,375.00 5 1,375.00 5 1,375.00 5 1,375.00 5 1,375.00 5 1,375.00 3 825.00 5 1,375.00 8 3 8 8 8 8

2,200.00 825.00 2,200.00 2,200.00 2,200.00 2,200.00

12 13 8 10

3,300.00 3,575.00 2,200.00 2,750.00


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27. That the Board of Education approve payment to Linda Annetta to work in the Special Education Teacher Center during July and August 2008 for a total of 110 hours at the rate of $22.46/hour, not to exceed $2,470.60. (Payment will be upon voucher submitted from Account #11-000-217100-73-Z-AH-AA.) 28. That the Board of Education employ Morton Reinhart, Reinhart Associates, Inc., Consultants, as a consultant for retirees and financial planning for retirement, effective July 1, 2008, for the 20082009 school year, at the rate of $28,128. This professional consultation shall include conducting seminars, providing newsletters, individual retirement consultation, and serving as a consultant to the Board of Education. 29. That the Board of Education approve payment to Matthew Taber as facilitator of the Extended School Year Program at Fords Middle School, which will run from July 9 through July 18, 2008, for 30 hours at the rate of $31.24 per hour, total amount not to exceed $937.20. (Payment will be upon voucher submitted from Extended School Year account #13-423-100-101-42-A-AH-TO.)

30. That the Board of Education approve Jessica Valente as a substitute for the Extended School Year Program at Fords Middle School, on an as-needed basis, at the rate of $31.24 per hour.

31. That the following home instructors be appointed at the rate of $30.18 per hour: (Payment will be upon voucher submitted.) Name Anan, Maria Bodnar, Helen Braunsdorf, Edward Calhoun, Jayson Cuches, Walter Delgandio, Tara Deresz, Renee Farley, Gregory Geddes, Kathleen Haras-Yekel, Lisa Marie Hendlowitch, Edward Hoyer, Brett Hozjan, Mary Huber, Stacy Kidd, Valerie Leviten, Florence Molis, Lisa Sacco, Dana Slaughter, Henry Tenpenny, Shannon Zollo, Laura

Effective Date 5/29/08 5/20/08 6/05/08 5/30/08 5/30/08 5/21/08 5/22/08 5/01/08 5/22/08 5/30/08 5/09/08 5/22/08 5/20/08 6/04/08 6/05/08 5/08/08 5/30/08 5/19/08 6/03/08 5/22/08 5/08/08

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32. That a note be made in the minutes adjusting the salaries for the following staff members effective July 1, 2008 for the 2008-2009 school year: Name

Position

Salary

DeRollo, Barbara Zabecki, Dorothy Barth, Barbara

Exec. Sec., Bus. Adm./Board Secretary Exec. Sec., Superintendent of Schools Conf. Sec., Personnel Department

$73,256+1,831 77,846+1,200+1,976 75,774+1,200+1,924

33. That the following temporary employees be approved for the balance of the 2007-2008 school year: Substitute School Aides Alberici, Allison Lodato, Mary McKim, Kelli Nagy, Geraldine Singh, Rajwinder

Substitute Secretarial Alberici, Allison McKim, Kelli

Substitute Paraprofessional Masculin, Joseph Sinnott, Jane

Summer Typists Miller, Lauren Small, Amanda

Substitute Bus Attendant Kocher, Nancy

Substitute Custodian Anthony, Katherine Baumgartner, Eric DeLisi, Daniel

34. That the Board of Education hereby denies the relief sought in Grievance #A-08-01. Mr. Garley moved for the adoption of the Personnel recommendations, Items #1 through #34, reading Item #34, seconded by Ms. Leidner. With all Board members voting in favor with the exception of Mr. Huber who abstained on Items #10 and #31 in the name of Stacey Huber and Mr. Small who abstained on Item #33 in the name of Amanda Small, the foregoing was adopted. There being no further business, and on a motion by Ms. Acquisto, seconded by Ms. Hardiman and carried, the meeting adjourned at approximately 9:35 p.m.

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I, Dennis DeMarino, Business Administrator and Secretary of the Board of Education, Township of Woodbridge, hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and exact copy of the Minutes taken at the Board of Education meeting held June 12, 2008.

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