main content starts hereSept. 23, 2019 Meeting Minutes

Board of Education Meeting | Monday, Sept. 23, 2019 | Farnsworth Technology Center

Call to Order

The Board meeting was called to order by the President, Mrs. Gaglioti, at 6:30 PM.  Mrs. Gaglioti requested those present to stand and join in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

Roll Call

  • Board Members Present: Wade Abbott, Deborah Escobar, Lisa Gaglioti, Stacy MacTurk, Chad McFarland, and Patrick Ryan
  • Board Members Absent: Ms. Pamela Young
  • Administrators Present: Mr. Shannon Shine, Chris Ruberti, and Laurel Logan-King

Executive Session

MOTION made by Mrs. Escobar, seconded by Mr. Ryan, that an Executive Session be convened for the purpose of discussing specific personnel matters.  The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

MOTION made by Mrs. MacTurk, seconded by Mr. McFarland, that an Executive Session be adjourned at 7:00 PM. The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Return to Public Session

The public session was called to order by the President, Mrs. Gaglioti, at 7:02 PM.  Mrs. Gaglioti requested those present to stand and join in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

Roll Call

  • Board Members Present: Wade Abbott, Deborah Escobar, Lisa Gaglioti, Stacy MacTurk, Chad McFarland, and Patrick Ryan
  • Board Members Absent: Pamela Young
  • Administrators Present:Mr. Shannon Shine, Chris Ruberti, and Laurel Logan-King, William Vacca
  • Others Present: Kimberly Gagnon,  Tracey Freemantle, Jamie Dilbone, Randy Jerreld, and David Rickard
  • Others in Attendance: 3 faculty members, 2 students, 1 Mohonasen coach, and 2 district residents

Communications

Superintendent

Mr. Shine opened the meeting by introducing the district’s independent auditor, Mr. Alec Sobin, from the firm of Raymond G. Preusser, CPA, P.C.  Mr. Sobin reported that the audit went very well again this year. He reported that the Business Office Staff continue to do a fine job. The fund balance remains at the 4% level and the reserves remain good and are used properly.  The budget appeared to be a well prepared and executed budget. Ninety-Eight percent of the budget was spent this year, which did create an operating deficit. There are currently no issues.

At this time, Mr. Shine introduced Mr. James Dilbone, Director of Technology, to give a presentation on Mohonasen Information Technology and Security Update.  Mr. Dilbone gave an overview of where we stand now, some of the things we are currently doing, and then the things we are planning on doing.  He talked about how to make a network safe and secure and what the district is doing to secure our network. He also reported on what would happen if there was a security attack and also went over the district’s insurance coverage.

At this time there were some questions and Mr. Dilbone agreed to send some training programs to the Board if they are interested in further training.

Mr. Ruberti gave an update on the Non-Instructional staff and introduced the Mohonasen Supervisors: Tracey Freemantle, Business Office; Joe Mayo, Facilities; Kim Gagnon, Food Service; James Dilbone, Information Technology; Randy Jerreld and Dave Rickard, Transportation.

He then individually discussed the district goals among these departments.  He also reported on some of the staffing impacts on the departments this year.  Mr. Ruberti spoke about each department and gave some of their accomplishments and also their goals moving forward into the 2019-20 school year.

Board of Education

Mrs. Gaglioti thanked everyone for all they do on a daily basis.

There was a brief discussion about the article written about area transportation departments using work facilities to work on their personal vehicles during school time.  Mr. Shine clarified that this is not the case at Mohonasen.

Mr. Abbott would like more of our positive stories put on social media.

Mr. Abbott handed out an article regarding Senator Mayer of the State Senate Education Committee.  She will be hosting some roundtable meetings on the subject of funding and foundation aid formula for schools.  Four of the meetings are by invitation only. The locations are Yonkers, Syracuse, Long Island and Queens. There is also a Public Hearing to be held on December 3rd in New York City.

Mr. Shine and Mrs. Escobar will do some research and see if they can find out if there will be an Albany meeting to be held in the future or if they can get on the invitation-only list for one of these trips.

Mrs. MacTurk reported that she was at many open houses and they have gone very well.

Mrs. Escobar reported that Mr. Shine and herself were at some of the kindergarten rooms and were very impressed with the kindergarten teachers as well as the organization of the class and the way they conducted themselves with the students. She said it was a “Mohon Proud” moment to watch them.  She also quoted that, “Kindergarten teachers are Heros”.

Public Privilege of the Floor

  • Cael Sullivan, an 8th Grade Student, who resides on Fairlane Road in Schenectady, read a speech that he prepared about how proud he is of Mohonasen and the community he lives in.  He mentioned some of the events he has been a part of over the years at the district, as well as some of the weekend activities held on campus. He asked the Board for consideration of the creation of a new logo to better reflect the community.  He stated that he feels uncomfortable wearing the current logo (Warriors). The Board had some questions for him regarding the meaning and the history of the logo and thanked him for coming forth with his concerns.
  • Mrs. Liesha Sherman, an Elementary Education teacher, who resides on 4th Street in Rotterdam, gave an update on the global cardboard challenge that will be held in October at Bradt, Pinewood and Draper schools on October 24th.  There will be a time for family to come in the evening that night called The Cardboard Museum. This year over 210 students signed up to participate at Pinewood.  She reported that October 3rd is a night that anyone can come out and help a student that may need additional help.   She then talked about the real story of how the cardboard challenge began and gave a brief story about the boy named Caine who started it all.  You can go to cainesarcade.com to read about the story.
  • Mrs. Lynette Griesemer, a Kindergarten teacher, who resides on Barber Drive in Rotterdam, thanked the Board of Education for adding a 9th section of Kindergarten this year.  She reported that last week 4 more kindergarten students had registered.  She indicated that the District numbers still exceed the optimal number of students in a kindergarten classroom.  She noted that she has had an average of 18.7 students over the past 17 years and mentioned that at one time, 3-hour aides were present in classrooms with students when classrooms had over 22 students.  She then asked the Board to keep their youngest learners in mind as they continue this school year and as they continue to make plans in the future.

Old Business

There was no old business.

New Business

Instructional

Request for Approval and Arrangement of Committee on Special Education Recommendations and Student Placements and Committee on PreSchool Special Education

MOTION made by Mrs. MacTurk, seconded by Mrs. Escobar, that the Board of Education approve and arrange for the recommendations of the Committee on Special Education and Committee on Preschool Special Education for meeting held on September 19, 2019.  The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Request Approval for the Mohonasen Marching Band to Participate in Field Band Competitions in the Fall, 2019

MOTION made by Mr. Abbott, seconded by Mrs. MacTurk, that the Board of Education approve the request for the Mohonasen Marching Band to participate in the following field trips:

  • Friday, October 5, 2019 – Liverpool, NY. – Marching Band NYS Field Band Competition
  • Saturday, October 12, 2019 – New Hartford, NY – Marching Band NYS Field Band Competition
  • Saturday, October 20, 2019 – Syracuse, NY – Marching Band NYS Field Band Competition
  • Sunday, October 27, 2019 – Syracuse, NY – Marching Band NYSFBC Championships at Syracuse High School
  • Friday, October 18-20, 2019 – Hillsborough, NJ – Marching Band – US Bands Competition
    The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Request Approval for the Boys’ High School & Modified Cross-Country Teams to Participate in the E.J. Herrmann Cross-Country Invitational on September 28, 2019

MOTION made by Mr. McFarland, seconded by Mr. Ryan, that the Board of Education approve the request for the Boys’ High School and Modified Cross-country teams to participate in the E.J. Herrmann Cross-Country Invitational in Utica, New York, on September 28, 2019.

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Business/Personnel

Request for Approval of Resolution to Issue Bonds Not to Exceed $610,000 for School Bus Purchases 

MOTION made by Mr. Ryan, seconded by Mrs. MacTurk, that the Board of Education of the Rotterdam-Mohonasen Central School District approve the following Bond Resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds not to exceed $610,000 to finance the purchase of school buses.

BOND RESOLUTION DATED SEPTEMBER 23, 2019 OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ROTTERDAM-MOHONASEN CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT AUTHORIZING NOT TO EXCEED $608,435.84 AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF SERIAL GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS TO FINANCE THE COST OF THE PURCHASE OF SCHOOL BUSES AT AN ESTIMATED MAXIMUM COST OF $608,435.84, LEVY OF TAX IN ANNUAL INSTALLMENTS IN PAYMENT THEREOF, THE EXPENDITURE OF SUCH SUM FOR SUCH PURPOSE, AND DETERMINING OTHER MATTERS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH.

WHEREAS, the qualified voters of the Rotterdam-Mohonasen Central School District, Schenectady, New York (the “District”), at the annual meeting of such voters duly held on the 21st day of May, 2019, duly approved a proposition authorizing the issuance of serial general obligation bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $610,000 to finance the purchase of school buses, the expenditure of such sum for such purpose, and the levy of the necessary tax therefor, to be levied upon the taxable property of the District and collected in annual installments as provided by Section 416 of the Education Law;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THIS BOARD OF EDUCATION AS FOLLOWS:

  • Section 1.  The District shall purchase school buses at a cost not to exceed $608,435.84, as more particularly described in Section 3 hereof, and as generally outlined to and considered by the voters of the District at the annual District meeting of May 21, 2019.
  • Section 2.  The District is hereby authorized to issue its serial general obligation bonds (the “Bonds”) in the aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $608,435.84 pursuant to the Local Finance Law of New York, in order to finance the class of objects or purposes described herein.
  • Section 3.  The class of objects or purposes to be financed pursuant to this Resolution is the purchase of four (4) full-size, 72-passenger school buses and two (2) full-size, 33-passenger buses, (the “Purpose”).
  • Section 4.  It is hereby determined and declared that (a) the maximum cost of the Purpose, as estimated by the Board of Education, is $608,435.84, (b) no money has heretofore been authorized to be applied to the payment of the cost of the Purpose, and (c) the District plans to finance the cost of the Purpose from aid received from the State of New York and funds raised by the issuance of the Bonds and bond anticipation notes hereinafter referred to.
  • Section 5.  It is hereby determined that the Purpose is one of the class of objects or purposes described in Subdivision 29 of Paragraph a of Section 11.00 of the Local Finance Law, and that the period of probable usefulness of the Purpose is five (5) years.
  • Section 6.  Subject to the provisions of the Local Finance Law, the power to authorize the issuance of and to sell bond anticipation notes in anticipation of the sale of the Bonds, including renewals of such notes, is hereby delegated to the President of the Board of Education, the chief fiscal officer.
  • Section 7.  The power to further authorize the issuance of the Bonds and bond anticipation notes and to prescribe the terms, form and contents of the Bonds and bond anticipation notes, including the consolidation with other issues and the use of substantially level or declining debt service, subject to the provisions of this Resolution and the Local Finance Law, and to sell and deliver the Bonds and bond anticipation notes, is hereby delegated to the President of the Board of Education.  The President of the Board of Education is hereby authorized to sign and the District Clerk is hereby authorized to attest any Bonds and bond anticipation notes issued pursuant to this Resolution, and the District Clerk is hereby authorized to affix to such Bonds and bond anticipation notes the corporate seal of the District.
  • Section 8.  The faith and credit of the District are hereby irrevocably pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds and bond anticipation notes as the same respectively become due and payable.  An annual appropriation shall be made in each year sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on such obligations becoming due and payable in such year. There shall be levied annually on all taxable real property of the District, a tax sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on such obligations as the same become due and payable.
  • Section 9.  This Resolution shall constitute the declaration of the District’s “official intent” to reimburse expenditures authorized by Section 1 with proceeds of the Bonds and notes, as required by United States Treasury Regulation Section 1.150-2.
  • Section 10.  This Resolution shall be published in full by the District Clerk together with a notice in substantially the form prescribed by Section 81.00 of said Local Finance Law, and such publication shall be in each official newspaper of the District.  The validity of the Bonds or of any bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the sale of the Bonds may be contested only if such obligations are authorized for an object or purpose for which the District is not authorized to expend money, or the provisions of law which should be complied with at the date of publication of this Resolution are not substantially complied with, and an action, suit or proceeding contesting such validity is commenced within twenty (20) days after the date of such publication; or if said obligations are authorized in violation of the provisions of the Constitution.
  • Section 11. This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption.

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Request For Approval of Re-Appointment of Andrea Pigliavento

MOTION made by Mr. Abbott, seconded by Mrs. MacTurk, that the Board of Education of the Mohonasen Central School District hereby re-appoints Andrea Pigliavento from the recall list, to an elementary position in the Elementary tenure area, effective October 15, 2019.  Ms. Pigliavento will be reinstated, in the elementary tenure area, with tenure effective October 15, 2019, and will be credited with all seniority which she had accrued prior to being excessed.

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Request for Approval of Addendum to Contract of Superintendent of Schools

MOTION made by Mr. McFarland, seconded by Mrs. Escobar, that the Board of Education approve the following resolution:

BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Education of the Mohonasen Central School District hereby approves the addendum to the employment agreement between the District and Superintendent Shannon Shine, dated September 23, 2019, authorizes the Board President to execute said addendum and authorizes payment in accordance with the agreement.
The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Request for Acceptance of the District’s Academic Intervention Services Plan

MOTION made by Mrs. MacTurk, seconded by Mr. Abbott, that the Board of Education accept the District’s Academic Intervention Services Plan as revised from September 2019 – August 2021.

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Request for Acceptance of District Audit of Extraclassroom Activity and Corrective Action Plan – Year Ended June 30, 2019

MOTION made by Mr. McFarland, seconded by Mr. Ryan, that the Board of Education accept the audit of the Extraclassroom Activity Fund for the 2018-2019 school year along with the corresponding Corrective Action Plan.

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Request for Acceptance of District Internal Audit of Transportation Operations and Corrective Action Plan – Year Ended June 30, 2019

MOTION made by Mr. Abbott, seconded by Mrs. Escobar, that the Board of Education accept the internal audit of Transportation Operations for the 2018-2019 school year along with the corresponding Corrective Action Plan.

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Request for Acceptance of the Audit Prepared by the Office of the State Comptroller – Cafeteria Operations, and corrective Action Plan – Audit Period of July 1, 2017 through March 31, 2019

MOTION made by Mr. McFarland, seconded by Mrs. Escobar, that the Board of Education accept the Office of the State Comptroller Audit report covering the period of July 1, 2017 through March 31, 2019 regarding Cafeteria Operations along with the corresponding Corrective Action Plan.

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Request for Acceptance of District Financial Audit and Corrective Action Plan – Year Ended June 30, 2019

MOTION made by Mrs. MacTurk, seconded by Mr. Abbott, that the Board of Education accept the District Financial Audit for the 2018-2019 school year along with the corresponding Corrective Action Plan.

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Request for Approval of Center for Advanced Technology Rental and Ancillary Service Lease with Capital Region BOCES

MOTION made by Mr. McFarland, seconded by Mrs. Escobar, that the Board of Education approve the Center for Advanced Technology Rental and Ancillary Service Lease with Capital Region BOCES for a period of 2 years commencing on July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2021.

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Approved Minutes

MOTION made by Mr. McFarland, seconded by Mr. Ryan, that the Board of Education approve the minutes of September 9, 2019.

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Approved Financial Reports

Request to Approve Financial Reports

  • MOTION made by Mr. Ryan, seconded by Mrs. Escobar, that the Board of Education approve the following Financial Reports:
  • APPROVED the Treasurer’s Report for the month of August
  • APPROVED the Budget Status Report for the month of August
  • APPROVED the Revenue Status Report for the month of August
  • APPROVED the Payment and Presentation of Claims for the months of August and September (Warrant #’s 2, 2P,  and 3)
  • APPROVED the Claims Auditor Reports for the months of May, June, and July
  • APPROVED the Extracurricular Activities Reports for the month of August
  • APPROVED the Collateralization Report for the month of August
  • APPROVED the Cash Flow Analysis/General Fund Report for the month of August
Warrant #2 – August 15, 2019
  • General Fund, Warrant Schedule #7 & #8, $500,442.24
  • Federal Fund, Warrant Schedule #3, $29,706.70
  • Capital Fund, Warrant Schedule #2, $16,479.00
  • Trust & Agency, Warrant Schedule #3, $1,138,219.89

TOTAL $1,684,847.83

TOTAL – Warrant #2 $1,684,847.83

Warrant #2P – September 3, 2019
  • General Fund, Warrant Schedule #10 & #11, $178,969.36
  • Federal Fund, Warrant Schedule #4, $15,561.95
  • Capital Fund, Warrant Schedule #3, $594.00
  • Trust & Agency, Warrant Schedule #4, $343,949.57

TOTAL: $539,074.88

TOTAL – Warrant #2P, $539,974.88

Warrant #3– September 15, 2019
  • General Fund, Warrant Schedule#12,13, $207,976.89
  • School Lunch Fund, Warrant Schedule #3, $27,796.49
  • Federal Fund, Warrant Schedule #5, $76,160.79
  • Capital Fund, Warrant Schedule #4, $104.00
  • Trust & Agency, Warrant Schedule #5, $1,402,501.24

TOTAL: $1,714,539.41

TOTAL – Warrant #3, $1,714,539.41

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Approved Personnel Recommendations

MOTION made by Mr. Abbott, seconded by Mrs. MacTurk, that the Board of Education approve the following personnel recommendations:

The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

Appointments

Kelly Sayward

  • Appointment: Probationary
  • Assignment: Reading
  • Date of Commencement: September 18, 2019
  • Expiration Date: September 17, 2023
  • Certification Status: Literacy B-12, Initial; English Language Arts 7-12, Initial
  • Salary: Step 4 plus graduate credits, pro-rated

Marissa Caprara

  • Appointment: Probationary
  • Tenure Area: Elementary Education
  • Date of Commencement: September 30, 2019
  • Expiration Date: September 29, 2023
  • Certification Status: Elementary Education Gr. PK-6, Permanent
  • Salary: Step 7 plus graduate credits, pro-rated

Joshua Peck

  • Appointment Probationary
  • Tenure Area: Social Work
  • Date of Commencement: September 30, 2019 (amendment from the September 9, 2019 agenda)
  • Expiration Date: Close of business September 29, 2023
  • Certification Status: School Social Worker, Permanent
  • Salary: Step 14 plus graduate credits, pro-rated

Sally Brown

  • Appointment: Long-Term Substitute
  • Assignment: Elementary Education
  • Date of Commencement: September 11, 2019 (amended from the September 9, 2019 agenda)
  • Expiration Date: December 20, 2019
  • Certification Status: Students with Disabilities Gr. 1-6, Professional; Childhood Education Gr. 1-6, Professional
  • Salary: Step 3 plus graduate credits

Amanda Jasinski

  • Appointment: Part-Time
  • Assignment: Foreign Language (.6)
  • Date of Commencement: October 1, 2019
  • Expiration Date: Close of business June 30, 2020
  • Certification Status: Spanish 7-12, Professional
  • Salary: Step 7 plus graduate credits, pro-rated

Sydney Fluster

  • Appointment: Long-Term Substitute
  • Assignment: P/T Teaching Assistant (6 Hours)
  • Date of Commencement: September 4, 2018
  • Expiration Date: Close of business July 22, 2019 (amendment from the August 20, 2018 agenda)
  • Salary: Step 5

Lynn Lisy-Macan

  • Appointment: Interim Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction
  • Date of Commencement: October 22, 2018
  • Expiration Date: Close of business December 31, 2018 (amendment from the October 15, 2018 agenda)
  • Certification Status School District Administrator, Permanent
  • Salary: $675 per diem

Robert Stulmaker

  • Appointment: Interim Director of Physical Education, Health & Athletics
  • Date of Commencement: August 21, 2018
  • Expiration Date: Close of business June 30, 2019 (amendment from the August 20, 2018 agenda)
  • Certification Status: School District Administrator, Permanent; Physical Education, Permanent
  • Salary: $400 per diem

Loretta Cozza

  • Appointment: Long-Term Substitute
  • Assignment: K-12 Assistant Principal / APPR Administrator
  • Date of Commencement: August 21, 2018
  • Expiration Date: Close of business August 31, 2019 (amendment from the August 20, 2018 agenda)
  • Certification Status: School District Administrator, Permanent
  • Salary: $375 per diem

Allison Hotaling

  • Assignment: Water Safety Instructor (Level I)
  • Effective Date: September 7, 2019
  • Salary: $14.00/Hour

David Rexford

  • Assignment: P/T Bus Driver
  • Effective Dates: September 11, 2019
  • Salary: $18.00/Hour

Daniel Anzalone

  • Assignment: P/T Bus Driver
  • Effective Dates: September 11, 2019
  • Salary: $18.00/hour

Sarah Kinne

  • Assignment: Health Office Assistant (10-Month)
  • Effective Dates: September 25, 2019
  • Salary: $24,132

Jacob Rivera

  • Assignment: Cleaner
  • Effective Dates: September 16, 2019
  • Salary: $26,000

Rameshwar Singh

  • Assignment: P/T Bus Driver
  • Effective Dates: September 18, 2019
  • Salary: $18.00/Hour

Kathleen Mangina

  • Assignment: P/T Food Service Helper (Café Aide)
  • Effective Dates: September 13, 2019
  • Salary: $11.80/Hour

Nancy Mantell

  • Assignment: Substitute Food Service Helper
  • Effective Dates: September 23, 2019
  • Salary: $11.80/Hour

Heather Rusinovich

  • Assignment: Substitute Food Service Helper
  • Effective Dates: September 23, 2019
  • Salary: $11.80

Richard Schlierer

  • Assignment: Substitute Bus Driver
  • Effective Dates: September 4, 2019
  • Salary: $16.75/hour

Fall Coach 2019-2020

Boys’ Modified Soccer Volunteer Assistant: Ron McCarthy

2019-2020 Relocation Work – Per MTA Contract

Michelle Howard, 8/6/19, 8/28/19, Days: 1

2019-2020 Mentors (Stipend per MTA Contract)

  • Krista Zajesky: Elementary
  • Laura Eggleston: Elementary
  • Kelly Fahrenkopf: Secondary

2019-2020 PM School Tutoring – Draper

($25.00/Hour)

  • Maria Frisone (TA): Tutor
  • Justin Chaires (TA): Tutor

($34.27/Hour)

  • Laura Gallelli: Tutor
  • Joshua Sawicki: Tutor
  • Brenda Stahl: Tutor

2019-2020 PM School Tutoring ($25.00/Hour) – High School

(amended from the September 9, 2019 agenda)

  • Stephanie D’Annibale: Tutor
  • Rachel Hennet: Tutor
  • Kathy Holobowski: Tutor
  • Patty Spicer: Tutor

2019 Summer Curriculum Work – $183.37/Day  July 1 -August 31, 2019

  • Amanda Brooks: 3
  • Christina Ciriana: 1
  • Laura Eggleston: 2.5
  • Marie Furlong: .5
  • Lori Giattino: 1
  • Melissa Gregg: 1
  • Jen Gribben: 2
  • Rebecca Pauley: 2
  • Jessica Rau: 1
  • Angie Santabarbara: 3
  • Sarah Urbanski: 3
  • Kerry Vumbaco: 3

Resignations

Daniel Anzalone

  • Assignment: Substitute Bus Driver
  • Effective Date: Close of business September 10, 2019

Rameshwar Singh

  • Assignment: Substitute Bus Driver
  • Effective Dates: Close of business September 17, 2019

Richard Schlierer

  • Assignment: P/T Bus Driver
  • Effective Date: Close of business August 17, 2019

Removals from Service

Rebecca Muller

  • Assignment: Substitute Monitor
  • Effective Date: September 1, 2019

Daniel Aniolek

  • Assignment: Substitute Monitor
  • Effective Date: September 1, 2019

Roy Sefcovic

  • Assignment: Substitute Motor Vehicle Operator
  • Effective Date: September 3, 2019

      Executive Session

      MOTION made by Mr. McFarland, seconded by Mr. Abbott, that an executive session be convened at 8:39 PM for the purpose of discussion of specific personnel matters.  The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

      MOTION made by Mr. Abbott, seconded by Mr. Ryan, that the executive session be adjourned at 9:30 PM.  The motion was passed unanimously, six members present and voting.

      Adjournment

      MOTION made by Mrs. MacTurk, seconded by Mr. Abbott, that the Board of Education meeting be adjourned at 9:30 PM.  The motion passed unanimously, six members present and voting.