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SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009


RESOLUTION 2577A




FOR ACTION



SUBJECT: FINANCIAL REPORTS

BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education receives and accepts the following financial reports:


1. Board Secretary’s Report dated November 30, 2009

2. Expense Account Adjustment Analysis dated November 30, 2009

3. Revenue Account Adjustment Analysis dated November 30, 2009

4. Check Register #361120-361125 in the amount of $63,949.31

5. Check Register #361126-361547 in the amount of $4,361,059.70

6. Check Register #359887 – Void check

7. Check Register #200348 in the amount of $712,022.06

8. Check Register #200349 for November payroll in the amount of $6,174,642.04

9. Treasurer’s Report for October 2009

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009

RESOLUTION 2577B



FOR ACTION
SUBJECT: BOARD OF EDUCATION'S MONTHLY CERTIFICATION
BE IT RESOLVED THAT pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6:20-2.12(e), we certify that as of November 30, 2009 after review of the secretary's monthly financial report (appropriations section) and upon consultation with the appropriate district officials, to the best of our knowledge no major account or fund has been overexpended in violation of N.J.A.C. 6:20-2.13(b) and that sufficient funds are available to meet the district's financial obligations for the remainder of the fiscal year.

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Rowland Bennett Date
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Lynne Crawford Date


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Elizabeth Daugherty Date


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Wayne Eastman Date


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Mark Gleason Date


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Sandra Karriem Date


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Richard Laine Date


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Jennifer Payne-Parrish Date


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Andrea Wren-Hardin Date


SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009

RESOLUTION 2577C




FOR ACTION



SUBJECT: APPROVE ATTENDANCE AND WORK RELATED TRAVEL

EXPENSES

WHEREAS, the following employees have requested approval for the indicated work-related travel; and


WHEREAS, the attendance at stated function was previously approved by the employees’ supervisor and superintendent as work-related and within the scope of the work responsibilities of the attendee; and
WHEREAS, the attendance at the function was approved as promoting delivery of instruction or furthering efficient operation of the school district; and fiscally prudent;
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education approves the attendance and related travel expenses for the following work-related events:


EMPLOYEE

WORKSHOP/CONFERENCE

DATE

Location

Estimated Cost ($’s)

Carolyn Campbell CHS

Celebration of Teaching & Learning

*Revised due to price increase



2/5-6/10

NY, NY

320

John Pascarella CHS

Classroom Reset 2010

1/4/10

Montclair, NJ

90

Yolande Fleming Clinton

Strengthening Math Computation & Problem Solving Skills

1/5/10

Totowa, NJ

216

Maria Russo Clinton

Strengthening Math Computation & Problem Solving Skills

1/5/10

Totowa, NJ

208

Karla Milanette C.O.

State Aid & Budget Preparation

1/6/10

Monroe, NJ

25

Cheryl Schneider C.O.

State Aid & Budget Preparation

1/6/10

Monroe, NJ

25

Stephen MacPherson CHS

Writing on Demand

1/8/10

Newark, NJ

199

Janet Mandel CHS

Writing on Demand

1/8/10

Newark, NJ

199

Kathleen Anderson SOMS

What’s New in Young Adult Literature?

1/13/10

Newark, NJ

210

Mary Beth DiPrima CHS

What’s New in Young Adult Literature?

1/13/10

Newark, NJ

210

Michele Pozner SOMS

What’s New in Young Adult Literature?

1/13/10

Newark, NJ

210

Ann Bodnar Clinton

Building A First Class Kindergarten

1/14/10

Union, NJ

150

Anne Cosmas Clinton

Building A First Class Kindergarten

1/14/10

Union, NJ

125

Diane Kim Marshall

Building A First Class Kindergarten

1/14/10

Union, NJ

125

Leah Parker Marshall

Building A First Class Kindergarten

1/14/10

Union, NJ

125

Kathy Shelffo Clinton

Building A First Class Kindergarten

1/14/10

Union, NJ

125

Cris Swan Clinton

Building A First Class Kindergarten

1/14/10

Union, NJ

125

Katie Thompson Marshall

Building A First Class Kindergarten

1/14/10

Union, NJ

125

Joann Harrigan Clinton

Enhancing Skills as School Nurse

1/19/10

Newark, NJ

199

Lynn Schwartz CHS

Enhancing Skills as School Nurse

1/19/10

Newark, NJ

199

Nina Treitler S.Mtn Annex

Enhancing Skills as School Nurse

1/19/10

Newark, NJ

199

Terry Woolard District

Advance Excel

1/20/10

Parsippany, NJ

16

Bernice Hall Clinton

Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/27 & 3/3/10

East Orange, NJ

22

Paula Ortiz Clinton

Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/27 & 3/3/10

East Orange, NJ

22

Terry Woolard District

NJASA Techspo

1/28-29/10

Atlantic City, NJ

489

Lauren Buonocore

S. Mtn Annex



Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/28 & 3/4/10

East Orange, NJ

22

Susan Ferrara SpEd

Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/28 & 3/4/10

East Orange, NJ

24

Dawn Gordon Clinton

Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/28 & 3/4/10

East Orange, NJ

28

Lara Moskowitz Clinton

Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/28 & 3/4/10

East Orange, NJ

28

Mary Ellen Murray

S. Mtn. Annex



Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/28 & 3/4/10

East Orange, NJ

27

Susan Tober

S. Mtn. Annex



Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/28 & 3/4/10

East Orange, NJ

22

Janine Poutre Clinton

Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/28 & 3/4/10

East Orange, NJ

28

Jennifer Zalinski Clinton

Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/28 & 3/4/10

East Orange, NJ

29

Jennifer Holland SMA

Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/28 & 3/4/10

East Orange, NJ

22

Lisa Heumann SMA

Facilitating Inclusion Through Differentiated Instruction

1/28 & 3/4/10

East Orange, NJ

22

Jennifer Giordano CHS

Practical Guidance on Section 504

1/29/10

Edison, NJ

199

Cathryn Iorio SOMS

Insomnia, Depression & Anxiety

1/29/10

Parsippany, NJ

101

Michelle Epstein MMS

Insomnia, Depression & Anxiety

1/29/10

Parsippany, NJ

103

Dawn Gordon Clinton

Using Interactive Centers to Differentiate Classroom

2/3/10

New Brunswick, NJ

205

Nancy Bathmann-S.B.

Differentiated Instruction – Math

2/4/10

East Orange, NJ

11

Brian Edgerton Seth Boyden


Differentiated Instruction – Math

2/4/10

East Orange, NJ

11

Suzanne Fein Seth Boyden

Differentiated Instruction – Math

2/4/10

East Orange, NJ

14

Tamar Herman Seth Boyden


Differentiated Instruction – Math

2/4/10

East Orange, NJ

14

Danielle Elko MMS

Getting in the Zone

2/9/10

Kenilworth, NJ

185

Matt Borkowski

CHS


Co-Teaching in Inclusion Classroom

2/9/10

Newark, NJ

215

Carolyn Campbell CHS

Co-Teaching in Inclusion Classroom

2/9/10

Newark, NJ

215

Jon Campbell CHS

Co-Teaching in Inclusion Classroom

2/9/10

Newark, NJ

215

JoshuaEnyeart CHS

Co-Teaching in Inclusion Classroom

2/9/10

Newark, NJ

215

Julia Leider CHS

Co-Teaching in Inclusion Classroom

2/9/10

Newark, NJ

215

Wendy Lovas CHS

Co-Teaching in Inclusion Classroom

2/9/10

Newark, NJ

215

James Pegler CHS

Co-Teaching in Inclusion Classroom

2/9/10

Newark, NJ

215

Eugene Pollioni CHS

Co-Teaching in Inclusion Classroom

2/9/10

Newark, NJ

215

Jenna Reycraft CHS

Co-Teaching in Inclusion Classroom

2/9/10

Newark, NJ

215

Rich Saporita CHS

Co-Teaching in Inclusion Classroom

2/9/10

Newark, NJ

215

Michael Wojcio Marshall

The February Mini Institute

2/16-20/10

NY, NY

500

Nicole Toto Clinton

Design Program for Mod-Severe

2/23/10 & 3/12/10

East Orange, NJ

22

Judy LoBianco CHS

EDA-AAHPERD Convention

2/24-27/10

Rye Brook, NY

818

Judy LoBianco CHS

AAHPERD National Convention

3/17-20/10

Indianapolis, IN

1382

Patricia Barker District

Section 504 – The Impact & Relationship to IDEIA

3/5/10

Long Branch, NJ

149

Louis Brown

CHS


Power School University

6/27-7/2/10

Chicago, IL

*4,045

Debbie DeLorenzo District

Power School University

6/27-7/2/10

Chicago, IL

*4,045

Lisa Weber SOMS

Power School University

6/27-7/2/10

Chicago, IL

*4,045















* Pending County approval



BACKGROUND INFORMATION
New Jersey travel regulations (NJAC 6A:23B), Board Policy 8880 – Reimbursement of Travel Related Expenses, and newly enacted legislation [18A:11-12] require prior approval by the Superintendent and by a majority of the full membership of the Board of Education for reimbursement of travel and related expenses of an employee.

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009

RESOLUTION 2577D




FOR ACTION



SUBJECT: ACCEPT DONATIONS TO PARENTING CENTER

BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education accepts donations for the Parenting Center in the amount of $13,130.


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the following budget is increased and the Superintendent or his designee is authorized to administer it:
20-019-200-890 Parenting Center $13,130
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Board President, Superintendent and Board Secretary are authorized to execute and deliver any necessary contracts and reports on behalf of the Board.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Donations in the amount of $5,630 were made for the Parenting Center Holiday Toy Drive.
A donation in the amount of $7,500 was made by SOMEF for the Parenting Center’s K-2 Achievement Gap program.
The Parenting Center is responsible for administering these funds.

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009

RESOLUTION 2577E



FOR ACTION
SUBJECT: ACCEPT MSUNER GRANT FOR THE 2009-10

SCHOOL YEAR

BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education accepts a Culturally Responsive Teaching grant award for the 2009-10 school year in the amount of $500 from Montclair State University Network for Educational Renewal.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the following budget is increased and the Superintendent or his designee is authorized to administer it:
20-038-200-890 Columbia High School $500

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Board President, Superintendent and Board Secretary are authorized to execute and deliver any necessary contracts and reports on behalf of the Board.



BACKGROUND INFORMATION

These funds are contingent upon the Teacher Study Group following the requirements for the grant as set forth by MSUNER. The high school principal is responsible for administering these funds.




SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009

RESOLUTION 2577F



FOR ACTION



SUBJECT: APPROVE AGREEMENT FOR 2009-10 COORDINATED TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

WITH UNION COUNTY EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

COMMISSION

BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education approves an agreement with Union County Educational Services Commission to provide coordinated transportation services for transporting special education, private school, vocational-technical school and other school students during the period of July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010 for an administrative fee of four percent (4%) of the actual cost paid for transportation.



BACKGROUND INFORMATION

The Union County Educational Services Commission was formed to achieve maximum cost effectiveness for transportation by coordinating services. Currently the district has one student in need of this transportation service.




SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009

RESOLUTION 2577G




FOR ACTION



SUBJECT: APPROVE SPECIAL EDUCATION RELATED SERVICE PROVIDERS

FOR THE 2009-10 SCHOOL YEAR

BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education approves the following providers for the 2008-09 school year for the service indicated:
Provider Service Rate
Amber Andrews PT $560/per diem

Newark, NJ


Lisa Berkstresser ABA $60/hour

Bridgewater, NJ


Elizabeth Hamblet Presentation on $300

Princeton, NJ transition to college

for students with

disabilities


Helping Hands Therapeutic Svcs. OT $110/hour

West Orange, NJ and related reports


Hoboken University Medical Bedside Instruction $49/hour

Center


Hoboken, NJ
Michelle Link OT $560/per diem

Lincoln Park, NJ


Diana Owens OT $560/per diem

Morristown, NJ


Dipa Patel OT $560/per diem

Hillside, NJ


Pediatric Potentials of OT $105/30 minutes

West Essex, LLC $135/45 minutes

Livingston, NJ $150/60 minutes

Reports/Meetings $150/hour writing

$175/hour visit
Sallie Sarrel PT $560/per diem

Millburn, NJ


Georganne Fitzpatrick OT $560/per diem

Scotch Plains, NJ


Cheryl Corpuz OT $560/per diem

Union, NJ


Yifat Kedar Otril OT $560/per diem

West Orange, NJ


Leslie Munoz OT $560/per diem

Maplewood, NJ


Lisa Nalven, MD Developmental Pediatric $575

Ridgewood, NJ Evaluations


BACKGROUND INFORMATION
These providers will perform services and evaluations for classified students as per needs indicated in specific Individual Education Plans.

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009


RESOLUTION 2577H



FOR ACTION
SUBJECT: AMEND RESOLUTION 2548F OF SEPTEMBER 21, 2009

AND APPROVE TUITION AND PERSONAL AIDE SERVICES

FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS ATTENDING

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES COMMISSION OF MORRIS

COUNTY PARK LAKE SCHOOL FOR THE 2009-10 SCHOOL

YEAR

BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education approves a tuition agreement including personal aide services with Educational Services Commission of Morris County for each district resident student referred to the Park Lake School for the 2009-10 school year at the following annual rate:


Special Education Program $61,820 per year

Personal Aide Services $154 per diem/$77 per half day


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Board President, Superintendent and Board Secretary are authorized to execute and deliver any necessary contracts and reports on behalf of the Board.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION
The district currently has one student attending Park Lake School. This student now requires personal aide services.

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009

RESOLUTION 2577I



FOR ACTION
SUBJECT: EXTEND CONTRACT WITH LIVINGSTON SERVICES TO

PROVIDE OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY AND PHYSICAL

THERAPY SERVICES

BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education extends the contract with Livingston Services Corporation, South Plainfield, New Jersey, to provide occupational therapy and physical therapy services for district students from July 1 through December 31, 2009 at the following rates:
Full-Time Physical Therapist $100,000 per therapist per year
Full-Time Occupational Therapist $95,000 per therapist per year
Full-Time Occupational Therapy Assistant $90,000 per therapist per year

(may be assigned for every two occupational therapists)


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education extends the contract with Livingston Services Corporation, South Plainfield, New Jersey, to provide occupational therapy and physical therapy services for district students for the 2009 extended year summer program at the following rates:
Physical Therapy $75.00 per hour

Occupational Therapy $65.00 per hour



BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Livingston Services Corporation will perform services for classified students as per needs indicated in specific Individual Education Plans (IEP’s).
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009


RESOLUTION 2577J



FOR ACTION




SUBJECT: AWARD CONTRACT TO SCHOOLWIRES, INC.

BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education awards a contract to Schoolwires, Inc. of State College, Pennsylvania in the amount of $24,350 for website hosting service, licensed software and professional services for the 2010-11, and renewable at the same rate for the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 school years.



BACKGROUND INFORMATION

NJSA 18A:18A-3 authorizes the School Business Administrator who is a qualified purchasing agent to negotiate and award a contract which does not exceed the bid threshold of $29,000 per year, without public advertising for bids.


This project qualifies for e-rate funding because it is a hosted service, and it is anticipated that e-rate will reduce costs by 40%.

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009


RESOLUTION 2577K



FOR ACTION




SUBJECT: APPROVE CHANGE ORDER TO THE COLUMBIA HIGH

SCHOOL & MAPLEWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL CORRIDOR &

GYMNASIUM LIGHTING UPGRADE PROJECT

BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education approves the following change order to the Maplewood Middle School Asbestos Abatement project:


Contractor Change Order # Amount Time Extension
Manor II Electric, Inc. 1 $11,387 77 days


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Change order #1 approves labor and materials to paint walls at CHS and MMS where asbestos abatement and wall repair was done to install wall mounted lighting, and at CHS paint the walls opposite where the lights will be installed.


There are sufficient contingency funds in the project budgets for this change.


SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009
RESOLUTION 2577L
FOR ACTION
SUBJECT: AWARD BID FOR VOICE, DATA AND INTERNET

SERVICES


BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education awards the bid for Voice, Data and Internet Services to Verizon Business of Parsippany, NJ, for the lowest responsible bid of $34,270.72 per month for 60 months.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION
Solicitation for bids was issued on October 22, 2009 and received on November 19, 2009.
Bid packets were requested by eleven companies and were received by:
Verizon Business $34,270.72

Data Network Solution $40,400.00


The bids were reviewed by the Chief Information Officer and found to be in order.

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY



PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009

RESOLUTION 2577M



FOR ACTION




SUBJECT: ACCEPT DONATION OF TWO FRENCH HORNS FOR

THE DISTRICT MUSIC DEPARTMENT


BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education accepts a donation of a Yamaha French Horn model YHR 567 valued at $1,400 and a Conn French Horn model 14D valued at $800 to be used by the district’s music department.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION
This generous donation was made by Katherine Slazak.

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009

RESOLUTION 2577N



FOR ACTION




SUBJECT: AUTHORIZE JOINT BID PROCESS WITH THE VILLAGE

OF SOUTH ORANGE


BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education authorizes a joint bid with the Township of South Orange Village and the Township of Maplewood for the mowing of large turf fields and playgrounds.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Township of South Orange Village shall be the lead agency with regard to this bid process.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education must approve the final bid before the award of contract to the lowest responsible bidder.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION
This is a bid for service to mow large fields and playgrounds currently done by district maintenance so more efficient use can be made of their time. The district will continue to contract with a landscaping company to mow, trim and edge the street sides of buildings.

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009

RESOLUTION 2577O



FOR ACTION




SUBJECT: APPROVE AGREEMENTS FOR LEASE OF PHOTOCOPY EQUIPMENT, MAINTENANCE AND SUPPLIES
BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education approves agreements for Digital system copy machines:

Additional



Vendor Model # Monthly Lease Copies Included Cost per Copy

Atlantic Tomorrow’s Savin 9040sp $249.00 0 $0.0050

Atlantic Tomorrow’s Savin 907 $514.00 0 $0.0050

The cost per copy includes maintenance and supplies (excluding paper and staples).



BACKGROUND INFORMATION

The two machines replace existing machines at South Mountain Annex due to lease expiration and at Central Office due to mechanical problems.

Atlantic Tomorrow’s has a State Contract.


  • Atlantic Tomorrow’s will deliver, install and train our personnel at no charge.

  • Atlantic Tomorrow’s will cancel and relinquish the District from any current lease obligations on the machines being replaced.

SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH ORANGE AND MAPLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY

PUBLIC BOARD MEETING

December 21, 2009




RESOLUTION 2577P




FOR ACTION

SUBJECT: ACCEPT DOE PRELIMINARY ELIGIBLE COSTS FOR COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL INSTALLATION OF AUDITORIUM AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM

(4900-030-10-1000)


BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education accepts the preliminary costs for the Columbia High School Auditorium Air Conditioning project of $1,188,080.00
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the South Orange Maplewood Board of Education elects to construct the above project.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Board of Education does hereby accept preliminary eligible costs as final eligible costs for School Facilities Project No. 4900-030-10-1000.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION
The DOE requires the Board of Education to accept preliminary findings before they become final. This project was approved on June 15, 2009, resolution 2517T.

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