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NEPTUNE CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION

NEPTUNE CITY, NEW JERSEY 07753
October 26, 2010 Neptune City School District

7:00 P.M. Woodrow Wilson School


BUSINESS MEETING MINUTES
I. CALL TO ORDER
This is an open public Meeting of the Neptune City Board of Education. In accordance with Chapter 231, Public Law of 1975, adequate advance written notice of the Meeting was made by posting the Board Calendar of Meetings in the Main Office of the Woodrow Wilson School, and by delivery to the Coaster, the Asbury Park Press and the Neptune City Municipal Clerk.
As a courtesy, please turn off cell phones and refrain from conversations in the meeting room.

II. ROLL CALL
Board Members
Mr. Sullivan __X___ Mr. Zakerowski __X___ Mr. Chong __X___
Mrs. Oppegaard __X___ Mr. Susino __X___ Mr. Pondaco __A___

Mr. Burr __X___ Mrs. Rust __A___ Ms. Frostick __A___

Others Present
Mr. Campbell __X___ Mr. Folk ___X__

III. FLAG SALUTE

IV. PRESENTATIONS
1) Mr. Susino represented the Neptune City Fire Prevention Bureau to present

awards to the 2010/2011 Fire Prevention poster winners. The winners were:


Michael Bonney K - 2nd

Valeria Patino-Urena 3rd - 5th

Lea Thompson 6th - 8th

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2) Certificates awarded to the following students for achieving a perfect score on the NJASK tests:
Grade 5 - Wahneta Berry - math; Aaron Agustin - math; Katrina Gutierrez - math;

Christopher Kifner - math; Abigail Miller - math

Grade 6 - Cecelia Gunderson - math

Grade 7 - Cynthia Dong - math; Nicole Susino - math

Grade 8 - Nicole Calik - science; Czarinah Libang - math, science; William Lee - science;

Sarah Turetzkin - math; Rebecca Whelan - science


V. RECESS
Motion by C. Oppegaard and seconded by A. Susino to recess for refreshments at 7:10 p.m.
All in Favor X Oppose .
Motion by C. Oppegaard and seconded by A. Susino to come out of recess at 7:27 p.m.
All in Favor X Oppose .


VI. PUBLIC FORUM ON AGENDA ITEMS
Public comments should be directed to the President. Commentators should present

themselves in a loud clear voice and state their name and address or affiliation.

___________________________________________________________________

__None_____________________________________________________________


VII. MINUTES
MOTION, The Board of Education approves the Minutes of the Work Session of September 21, 2010 and the Regular Meeting of September 28, 2010.

Motion: R. Burr Second: A. Susino .


All in Favor X Oppose .


VIII. ADMINISTRATION AND COMMITTEE REPORTS
A. CHIEF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT
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MOTION, The Board of Education approve the Chief School Administrator's



Report as per Document A, as posted
Motion: A. Susino Second: E. Zakerowski .
All in Favor X Oppose .

B. CORRESPONDENCE - DOCUMENT B


MOTION, The Board of Education receive and file all items listed under

Correspondence as per Document B, as posted


Motion: S.Susino Second: C. Chong .
All in Favor X Oppose .

IX. BOARD PRESIDENT AND COMMITTEE REPORTS:
Board President

_______________________________________________________________________________

__Vice-President Zakerowski presented a Certificate of Appreciation given to him for the_______

__Board by the PTO at the Playground Equipment Ribbon Cutting___________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

C. EDUCATION
RESOLVE, The Board of Education approve the items listed under Education as per Document C - 1, #1 - 6
Motion: E. Zakerowski Second: A. Susino .
Mr. Sullivan __X___ Mr. Zakerowski __X___ Mr. Chong __X___
Mrs. Oppegaard __X___ Mr. Susino __X___ Mr. Pondaco __A___

Mr. Burr __X___ Mrs. Rust __A___ Ms. Frostick __A___

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D. FINANCE
RESOLVE, The Board of Education approve the items listed under

Finance as per Document C - 2, # 1 -7


Motion: E. Zakerowski Second: C. Chong .
Mr. Sullivan __X___ Mr. Zakerowski __X___ Mr. Chong __X___
Mrs. Oppegaard __X___ Mr. Susino __X___ Mr. Pondaco __A___

Mr. Burr __X___ Mrs. Rust __A___ Ms. Frostick __A___


E. POLICY
RESOLVE, The Board of Education approve the items listed under Policy as per Document C - 3, #1 & 2
Motion: C. Oppegaard Second: R. Burr .
Mr. Sullivan __X___ Mr. Zakerowski __X___ Mr. Chong __X___
Mrs. Oppegaard __X___ Mr. Susino __X___ Mr. Pondaco __A___

Mr. Burr __X___ Mrs. Rust __A___ Ms. Frostick __A___


RESOLVE, The Board of Education approve the items listed under Policy as per Document C - 3, #3
Motion: C. Oppegaard Second: E. Zakerowski .
Mr. Sullivan __X___ Mr. Zakerowski __X___ Mr. Chong __X___
Mrs. Oppegaard __X___ Mr. Susino __X___ Mr. Pondaco __A___

Mr. Burr __X___ Mrs. Rust __A___ Ms. Frostick __A___

F. PUBLIC RELATIONS
DISCUSSION - None
MOTIONS - None
RESOLUTIONS - None
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G. PERSONNEL
RESOLVE, The Board of Education approve the items listed under Personnel as per Document C - 5, # 1 - 4
Motion: C. Oppegaard Second: A. Susino .
Mr. Sullivan __X___ Mr. Zakerowski __X___ Mr. Chong __X___
Mrs. Oppegaard __X___ Mr. Susino __X___ Mr. Pondaco __A___

Mr. Burr __X___ Mrs. Rust __A___ Ms. Frostick __A___

H. FACILITIES
DISCUSSION - Still thinking about final disposal of referendum money
MOTIONS - None
RESOLUTIONS - None


X. REPORT ON NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING
Mr. Zakerowski attended the October, 2010 meeting. Due to a long caucus, Mr. Zakerowski had

nothing to report




XI. OLD BUSINESS

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

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XII. NEW BUSINESS

_______________________________________________________________________________

_Clothing drive for 8th grade ends Friday______________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________


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XIII. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
Public comments should be directed to the President. Commentators should present

themselves in a loud clear voice and state their name and address or affiliation.

_______________________________________________________________________________

__None_________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________


XIV. MOTION TO ADJOURN
Motion: C. Oppegaard Second: A. Susino .
All in Favor X Oppose .

Time: 7:43 P.M.



DOCUMENT A 3170

Neptune City Board of Education

Monday, October 26, 2010

Business Meeting 7:00 P.M


Chief School Administrator's Report:

Agenda:


Enrollment - September
118 Neptune Senior High School

15 Marine Academy (3); High Tech (2); Allied Health (2); Wall Communications (4);

BioTechnology (2); Class Academy (1); and Choices (1)

37 Red Bank High School For Performing Arts (15); Information Technology (6);

Finance (11); Academy of Engineering (5)

18 Special Education: Private (18)

397 Neptune City

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585 Total Enrollment
Fire Drills: 9/14/10 9/15/10

Library Report: Circulation - 778 - September Additions - 0


Nurse’s Report: September Total Visits - 474 Daily Medications 2/day

Screenings: (Vision and Hearing) - 0

Screenings: Lice - 0

Other - 0


Student Suspension Report: One - September
Missing Child Report: None September
Enrollment Report for September: 396 Neptune City
District Attendance for September: Staff - 96.37%

Students - 96.80%

Other Staff - 93.25%

Discussion
1) Congratulations to the Fire Prevention Poster Contest Winners

2) Vandalism and Violence

3) NJEA Convention is on November 4 - 5, 2010

4) The Elks organization will be donating dictionaries in November.

5) NJASK results
Goals and Objectives
Goals and objectives are being updated.

DOCUMENT A - continued 3171
Approval (s):
1) See Section C

School Information:
1) Fire Prevention Poster Contest - October 6, 2010 - 7 p.m.

(Fire Prevention Week October 4 - 8, 2010)

. 2) Red Bank Regional - Neptune Township - MCVSD - Academic High School

Information Session was held on October 13, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. in the school gym.

3) Food Committee Meeting - October 14, 2010 - 7:45 a.m.

4) Violence Awareness Week - October 18 - 22, 2010

5) Assemblies - Violence Awareness - K-4 and 5-8 - October 21, 2010

6) Violence & Vandalism - NCPD will visit our 6-8 grade students - October 22, 2010

We will also have an evacuation drill on October 14, 2010. (Cancelled due to weather)

7) Prevention First Program (including Babes) Grades Pre-K, K, 1st and 2nd - begins in October

8) Red Ribbon Week - October 25 - 29, 2010

Mayor Arnone and Board Member Zakerowski will visit the classrooms

We will also have an assembly for Grades 7, 8 with boys and girls from New Hope.

9) Stocking for Troop collection - 4th Grade with Mrs. Rotem - October 25 - 29, 2010

10) Red Bank Regional Open House - October 28, 2010 at 7 p.m.

11) Halloween Clash Day - October 29, 2010

12) OLSAT Tests - Grade 2nd, 5th, 7th - planned for November

13) American Education Week begins on November 14, 2010

14) Report Cards will be issued on November 15, 2010

15) School Level Planning Meeting - November 18, 2010 - 7 p.m.

16) Student Board of Education Day - 7th Grade -November 18, 2010 - 10 a.m.

17) Parent/Teacher Conferences - November 22nd (6:00 - 9:00 p.m.) and

November 23rd (3:30 - 6:30 p.m.)

18) November 24, 2010 -12:30 p.m. Dismissal - Thanksgiving Recess begins.

19) Picture Retake - November 30, 2010

20) 8th grade trip on May 25 & 26, 2011. Cost of the trip to be determined.


Class Trips:
1. Kindergarten - Wemrock Orchards - October 8, 2010

2. (Field Trip) Seventh Grade - Memorial Park Science Field Trip - October 21, 2010



Staff In-service
None
Student Council
October 15, 2010 - 7th and 8th grader walking to Joe's Farm Market to get decorations

for Autumn - Month of October



DOCUMENT A - completed 3172
Reports Filed
Debt Service Data Collection

Report Card Data Collection

IDEAI Application for year 2011

NCLB for year 2010-2011



Wilson School PTO:


  1. Meeting and Class Parent Program - September 29, 2010 - 7:00 p.m.

2. Back to School Night – September 23, 2010

3. Fall Fundraiser - Begins October, 2010

4. Fire Prevention Poster Contest - October 6, 2010 - 7:00 p.m.

5. 7th & 8th Grade Bake Sale - November 22 & 23, 2010

6. Holiday Gift Shop - December 6 - 9, 2010

DOCUMENT A-1 3173
Neptune City Board Of Education

Monday, October 26, 2010

Business Meeting 7:00 P.M.


Informational Material:

1 . Enrollment as of September 30, 2010

2 . Calendar for Month of November, 2010

3 . Library Monthly Report for the Month of September, 2010

4 . Health Office Monthly Report for the Month of September, 2010

5. Report on Violence and Vandalism for 2010-2011 school year



DOCUMENT B 3174
CORRESPONDENCE

October 26, 2010

1) Invitation to Neptune High School's annual Homecoming Parade On October 30th

at 11:30 a.m.

2) Thank you letter from David Mooij, Superintendent, Neptune Township BOE,

regarding inter-local and inter-operability activities

3) Invitation from Woodrow Wilson School PTO & Playground Committee for a

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Saturday, October 23, 2010, 10 a.m.

4) Inter-local Service Agreement from Neptune Township Board of Education

5) Thank you letter from David Mooij, Superintendent, Neptune Township BOE,

regarding Neptune High School students at our 8th grade high school recruitment

night.

DOCUMENT C 3175

Neptune City Board of Education

October 26, 2010

Business Meeting



1. EDUCATION
RESOLUTIONS

1. To approve 8th grade trip to Washington, D.C. on May 25-26, 2011. Total cost to be determined

2. To accept the Chief School Administrator's Report on Violence Awareness Week

3. To approve workshops for Betsy Hansen and Alison Hennelly, Kindergarten teachers

Jean Feldman (speaker), November 11, 2010, at a cost of $199/teacher.

4. To approve the following teachers for Regional Professional Academy workshops:

Nancy Salamone - Positive Behavior Supports - 11/10/10

Mary Claire Kinsley - Differentiated Instruction in Classroom - 11/11/10

Jackie Kelly - Positive Behavior Supports - 11/10/10

Jackie Kelly - Skillstreaming (K-12) - 11/17/10

5. To approve workshop for Phoebe Pennypacker, Gangs, Culture & Psychology Conference,

on October 29, 2010 at no cost for the seminar.

5. To approve occupational therapy for Z.S. at Woodcliff Academy; 1 session($75.00)/week

6. To approve Inter-local Service Agreement between Neptune City Board of Education,

Bradley Beach Board of Education, Neptune Township Board of Education and

Meridian Pediatric Associates.


ACTION FOLLOWUP .
2. FINANCE
RESOLUTIONS

1. That the amount of district taxes, exclusive of debt service requirements needed to meet the

obligations of this Board for the next eight weeks is $453,790.75 and the Mayor and Council is

hereby requested to place in the hands of the Treasurer of School Moneys that amount within the

next thirty days in accordance with the statutes relating hereto.

2. To approve the Payment of Bills per attached.

3. To approve Payroll Vouchers per attached

4. To approve Monthly Budget Certification Pursuant to N.J.A.C.6A:23-2.11(c)3, I, William

Folk, Board Secretary certify that as of September 30, 2010, no budgetary line item account has

obligations ( contractual orders) which in total exceed the amount appropriated by the

District Board of Education pursuant to N.J.A.C.6A:23- 2.11(a). Through the adoption of

this resolution, we, the Neptune City Board of Education, pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6:6A:23-2-11(c)4,

certify that as of September 30, 2010 after review of the Secretary’s monthly financial report

(appropriations section) and upon consultation with the appropriate district officials, that to the

best of our knowledge no major account or fund has been overexpended in violation of

N.J.A.C. 6A:23-2.11(b) and that sufficient funds are available to meet the district’s financial

obligations for the remainder of the fiscal year.

5. To approve the Monthly Secretary’s and Treasurer’s Reports per attached

6. To approve payment of cafeteria bills.

7. To approve transfer of appropriations.


ACTION FOLLOWUP .

Document C - continued 3176



3. POLICY
RESOLUTIONS
1. To approve second reading on the following Policy:
5111.01 Tuition for Nonresident Students
2. To approve resolution limiting school choice enrollment

3. To approve supporting Neptune Township BOE with their legislative efforts to require

certificate of inspection for enrollment in the district.

ACTION FOLLOWUP .

4. PUBLIC RELATIONS
RESOLUTIONS
None
ACTION FOLLOWUP .

5. PERSONNEL
RESOLUTIONS
1. To approve Kathryn Martinez as a substitute teacher for the 2010-2011 school year

(teaching certificate)

2. To approve Carol Gunderson for home instruction two days a week for one month.

3. To approve stipend for Lisa Emmons as State Assessment Test Coordinator/NCLB

Coordinator for $1,500/year.

4. To approve Stephen White and Kevin Folk as substitute custodians


ACTION FOLLOWUP .

6. FACILITIES
RESOLUTIONS
None
ACTION FOLLOWUP .

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