Tuesday, May 9, 2017 - 7 p.m. worksession meeting - Township of Union Board of Education, Administration Building, 2369 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ 07083

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Tuesday, May 9, 2017 - 7:00pm

Township of Union Board of Education, worksession meeting, Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 7 p.m., James Caulfield Administration Building, 2369 Morris Avenue, Union, New Jersey 07083.  Action will be taken.

TOWNSHIP OF UNION BOARD OF EDUCATION

WORKSESSION AGENDA – MAY 9, 2017

 

 

 

A. Roll Call

B. Flag Salute

C. Open Public Meetings Act Statement

D. Comments from Public on Resolutions in BOLD

E. Approval of Minutes:

            1.         March 14, 2017 – worksession
            2.         March 14, 2017 – executive session
            3.         March 21, 2017 – regular meeting
            4.         March 21, 2017 – executive sesion
 

F. Communications

  1. Request from Deanna Russomanno, requesting a game between the Farmers and the Red Hawks Special Olympics softball team at the Union High School softball field on May 24th at 5:30 p.m.
  2. Request for continuation of paid and unpaid FMLA leave from Lauren Hunter Covino, paraprofessional-Battle Hill Elementary School, April 24, 2017 through June 8, 2017 (tentative).
  3. Letter of resignation, for purpose of retirement, from Liliam Egoavil-Britt, part-time bus driver-Transportation Department, effective July 1, 2017.
  4. Request for unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) from Stephanie Dellanno, paraprofessional-Kawameeh Middle School, from May 8, 2017 through June 16, 2017.
  5. Request for paid maternity and unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) from Nicole Filippone, teacher-Hannah Caldwell Elementary School from September 7, 2017 and with a return date of December 18, 2017.
  6. Request for maternity leave and unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) from Lisa Henderson, mathematics teacher-Burnet Middle School, from June 2, 2017 and with a return date of December 18, 2017.
  7. Request for extension of unpaid non-FMLA medical leave from Maria Matos, paraprofessional-Battle Hill Elementary School through June 30, 2017.
  8. Request for paid sick leave followed by unpaid FMLA from Cynthia Moore, full-time bus driver-Transportation Department, from April 3, 2017 through June 30, 2017 (with a tentative return date of September 1, 2017).
  9. Request for paid maternity leave and unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) from Nicole Osborne, in-class support English teacher-Kawameeh Middle School from September 5, 2017 and with a return date of November 29, 2017.
  10. Request for unpaid FMLA/NJFLA maternity leave (concurrently) from Frances Siino, 3rd grade teacher-Franklin Elementary School from September 5, 2017 and with a return date of December 1, 2017.
  11. Request for paid maternity leave and unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) from Danielle Stabler, science teacher-Kawameeh Middle School from September 5, 2017 and with a return date of December 18, 2017.
  12. Request for unpaid/non FMLA medical leave from Velma Brown, part-time café aide-Jefferson School, from April 28, 2017 and with a return date of September 1, 2017.
  13. Letter of resignation from Lisa Cassano, pre-kindergarten teacher-Battle Hill Elementary School, effective September 1, 2017.
  14. Request for extension of paid medical leave (non FMLA) from Ines Jaramillo-mathematics teacher-Union High School to June 1, 2017.
  15. Request for paid (if applicable) maternity and unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) from Jamie Johnson, 2nd grade teacher-Washington Elementary School, from September 1, 2017 and with a return date of November 15, 2017.
  16. Request for extension of unpaid/non FMLA medical leave from Coree C. Jones, custodian-Union High School with a tentative return date of June 1, 2017.
  17. Request for extension of unpaid non FMLA leave from Lauren Kohn, resource room teacher-Burnet Middle School, with a return date of June 1, 2017.
  18. Request for extension of unpaid FMLA leave from Susanna Mateo, secretary-Burnet Middle School, with a return date of June 1, 2017.
  19. Request for paid maternity and unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (concurrently) from Kimberly Villane, 6th grade teacher-Burnet Middle School, from September 1, 2017 and with a return date of November 13, 2017.
     
     

G. Superintendent’s Report

            1.         Presentation by Lincoln Tech – May 9th
            2.         Presentation by Effective School Solutions – May 9th
            3.         Academy Debate Team – May 16th
           
 
 

H. Education/Student Discipline Committee Resolutions

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Education/Student Discipline Committee presents the following resolutions for the Board’s consideration:
 
E-1.     Affirm the Superintendent’s resolution of Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (HIB) conclusions for the period April 3, 2017 to April 28, 2017, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.

E-2.     Approve District Professional Development Plan, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
E-3.     Approve 8th grade farewell lock-in at Burnet Middle School on June 16, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. on June 17, 2017.
 

I. Fiscal and Planning Committee Resolutions

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Fiscal and Planning Committee presents the following resolutions for the Board’s consideration:
 
F-1.     That the Treasurer’s Report dated April 30, 2017 be accepted.

F-2.     That the Secretary’s Report dated April 30, 2017 be accepted.

F-3.     Pursuant  to  N.J.A.C. 6A:23-2.11(a), I certify that as of April 30, 2017 no budgetary line item account has obligations and payments (contractual orders) which in total exceed the amount appropriated by the district Board of education pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:22-8 and 18:22-8.1.
 
                         /s/   Gregory E. Brennan                                                        ____________
                        Gregory E. Brennan, Board Secretary                                          Dated

Pursuant to N.J.A.C.6A:23-2.2(h), we  certify  that as of April 30, 2017 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 over-expended in violation of N.J.A.C. 6A:23-2.2(d)3  and that sufficient funds are available to meet the district’s financial obligations for the remainder of the fiscal year. This certification is solely based on the information provided by the School Business Administrator and Interim Board Secretary and is assumed by the Board to be correct.

F-4.     Approve appropriation transfers in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.

F-5.     Approve the attached list of contracts and/or purchase orders pursuant to the requirements of N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-5 (bid exceptions to requirement for advertising) and 18A:18A-10(a) (purchase through State agency; procedure), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.

F-6.     Approve district wide travel and related expenses pursuant to the requirements of N.J.S.A. 18A:11-12, N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-7 and Board Policy File Code 6471 and in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.

F-7.     Pre-approve districtwide student field trip destinations and purposes pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-5.8 in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-8.     Approve the amended list of the 2016-2017 State Contract Vendors pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-10(a) (purchase through State agency; procedure) to facilitate schools’ purchasing, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-9.     Approve the attached list of contracts and/or purchases pursuant to the requirements of N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-5(21) (paid by funds raised by or collected by students), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member:
 
School
Account/Department
Vendor/Description
Amount
 
Union High School
3270/Athletics
Tony Stewart-Coach – shirts/apparel for entire winter track team
$1,500.00 (approx.)
Burnet Middle School
Drama Club
CMT Sound Systems – school play-sound system
$3,200.00
Burnet Middle School
Drama Club
Villani Bus Company – Festival of music
$1,580.00
Union High School
3280/Athletics
Dino DeBellonia-coach – summer wrestling camp
$6,000.00 (approx.)
Kawameeh Middle School
46/Principal
A Vision in Motion – speaker Gian Paul Gonzalez’s presentation “All In”
$2,700.00
Kawameeh Middle School
35/Principal
UTBOE for Villani Bus – 7th grade field trip to American Museum of Natural History (5/24/17)
$1,020.00
Kawameeh Middle School
17/Music
Music in the Parks – Dorney Park (6/9/17)
$2,305.00
Kawameeh Middle School
17/Music
Passaic Valley Bus Co. – transportation to Music in the Park (6/9/17)
$1,500.00
Union High School
2046/Key Club
American Cancer Society – Relay for Life
$4,000.00 (max.)
Union High School
2211/DiPaolo Field Trips
UTBOE – transportation for May 2017 field trip
$1,331.75
Union High School
2012/Senior Prom
Cheryl Fiske – reimbursement for purchased prom supplies
$2,610.30
Union High School
2012/Senior Prom
Eggsotic Events – decorations for 2017 Senior prom
$2,490.00
 
F-10.   Approval be given to amend the 2016-2017 out-of-district student placement list, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-11.   Accept the following donations:
 
From
Amount/Item
For Use By
Lifetouch National School Studios
$792.48
Livingston Elementary School
Body By Akua
$100.00
UHS School Store
Marna Lerner Levy
Furniture/cabinet
UHS School Store
Lauren Alberta
Baskets/paint brushes
UHS School Store
Delicious Orchards
14 bushel baskets
UHS School Store
Home Depot, Watchung
$25 gift card to Home Depot
UHS School Store
Class of 1987
$750 cash donation from Reunion
UHS School Store
Reunions Unlimited
$50
UHS School Store
Meryl Marias
$100 wrapping paper, bags, tissue paper
UHS School Store
Ed Gottlin/Faheel Ahmad
Suggestion box/ribbon holder (~$100)
UHS School Store

F-12.   Approve the following tuition rates for the 2017-2018 school year:
 
            Pre-School                                                                    $  6,662.00
            Kindergarten                                                                $13,325.00
            Grades 1 through 5                                                       $14,835.00
            Grades 6 through 8                                                       $15,211.00
            Grades 9 through 12                                                     $15,428.00
            Cog-Mod                                                                      $23,081.00
            LLD                                                                             $17,535.00
            M.D.                                                                            $22,121.00
            B.D.                                                                             $18,196.00
            Autism                                                                         $20,830.00
            Part-time Pre-School Handicapped                                 $13,822.00
            Full-time Pre-School Handicapped                                 $20,116.00
 
F-13.   Approve the District application for the New Jersey Child Assault Prevention 2017-2018 Grant Application – Elementary, Teen and Special Needs – (CAP), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member
 
F-14.   For informational purposes only – vote not required.  List of legal services for the 2016-2017 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-15.   Approve ACES (Assessments Counseling and Education Services), to provide Deaf and Hard of Hearing Evaluations at the rate of $900/per evaluation (not to exceed $1,800) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-219-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-16.   Approve AssistiveTek to provide Assistive Technology evaluations with report at the rate of $1,050/per evaluation (not to exceed $2,100) (Account #11-000-219-320-01-19) and Assistive technology training at the rate of $750 for a half day (not to exceed $1,500) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-219-320-02-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-17.   Approve Cross County Clinical and Education Services to provide bilingual evaluations at the rate of $850/per evaluation (not to exceed $3,400) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-219-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-18.   Approve The Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey to provide Assistive Technology and/or Augmentative and Alternative Communication Evaluations at the rate of $995/per evaluation and combined Assessment of Assistive Technology and Augmentative and Alternative Communication at $1,500/per evaluation and to provide training at $200/per hour (minimum of two hours per session) (not to exceed $2,895) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-219-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-19.   Approve Tiny Tots Therapy for Occupational and Physical Therapy at the rate of $65.00/per half hour (not to exceed $15,000) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-216-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-20.   Approve Inlingua to provide translation and interpretation services for the 2017-2018 school year (not to exceed $3,000) (Account #11-000-216-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-21.   Approve Platt Psychiatric Associates to provide basic student psychiatric consultations and risk assessments at the rate of $825, immediate emergency evaluations at the rate of $950, and attorney or forensic conferences at the rate of $600/hr. for the 2017-2018 school year (not to exceed $5,575) (Account #11-000-219-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-22.   Approve Union County Educational Service Commission to provide Teacher of the Deaf services at the rate of $104/per hour (not to exceed $10,000) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-216-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-23.   Approve Dr. Isabel Detrizio Carotenuto to provide Neurodevelopmental evaluations at the rate of $400/per evaluation (not to exceed $6,000) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-216-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-24.   Approve Inroads to Opportunities of New Jersey for individual vocational assessments, at the rate of 5 days service (3 days face-to-face; 2 days data collection) - $600 (not to exceed $1,200) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-219-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-25.   Approve Jewish Vocational Services to provide Vocational Evaluations at the rate of $875/per evaluation and Community Based Assessment at the rate of $60/per hour (not to exceed $2,625) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-219-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-26.   Approve UCESC to provide Teacher of the Deaf services at an amended rate of $102/per hour (not to exceed $10,000) for the 2016-2017 school year (Account #11-000-216-320-01-19, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-27.   Approve Effective School Solutions, LLC to provide therapeutic mental health services through licensed professionals to students in public school districts for the 2017-2018 school year (not to exceed $275,000), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member (Account #11-000-216-320-01-19/7043).
 
F-28.   Approve New Jersey Specialized Child Study Team to provide Individual Evaluations at the rate of $550 per evaluation, $950 for 2 evaluations and $1,350 for 3 evaluations (not to exceed $2,700) for the 2017-2018 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-29.   Approve Marilyn Kubichek MD, FAAP (Columbia Commons North Tower) to provide Neurological evaluations at the rate of $575/per evaluation (not to exceed $6,325) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-219-320-01-19), in accordance with the non-public information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-30.   Approve The Family Center at Montclair for Mental Health Screening at the rate of $100/per screening and $600 for a full psychiatric evaluation (not to exceed $12,000) for the 2017-2018 School Year (Account #11-000-219-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-31.   Approve an increase to P.O. #17-01817 with First Children, LLC to provide behavior consultation services to District students and staff for the 2016-2017 school year from $30,800 to $80,800 to meet the District needs, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-32.   Approve First Children for BCBA consultation to District students and staff at the rate of $94.50/per hour (not to exceed $120,000) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-216-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-33.   Approve Epic Health Services Inc. to provide Nursing Services at the rate of $45 for RN and $36.90 for LPN, as well as provide nursing transportation services at the rate of $115 per trip (not to exceed $40,000) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-216-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-34.   Approve Maxim Healthcare Services Inc. to provide Nursing Services at the rate of $45 for RN and $38 for LPN (not to exceed $45,000) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-216-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
F-35.   Approve ATC (Around the Clock) Healthcare Services Inc. to provide Nursing Services at the rate of $54.90 for RN and $41.90 for LPN (no to exceed $390,000) for the 2017-2018 school year (Account #11-000-216-320-01-19), in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 

J. Grievance/Negotiations

 
 

K. Operations Committee Resolutions

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Operations Committee presents the following resolutions for the Board’s consideration:
 
O-1.     Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:41-1 and P.L. 2009, Chapter 178, approve the following security drill and bus evacuation reports for the  2016-2017 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-2.     Approve request from Deanna Russomanno, requesting a game between the Farmers and the Red Hawks Special Olympics softball team at the Union High School softball field on May 24th at 5:30 p.m. (insurance provided).
 
O-3.     Approve Service Renewal Proposal from Stank LLC Environmental Pest Control (Pest Control & IPM Law Compliance Services for the period July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-4.     Report receipt of two (2) bids for Student Transportation Services Bid #18-01, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-5.     Accept bid received from Villani Bus Co. for Student Transportation Services Bid #18-01 for the 2017-2018 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
O-6.     Report receipt of responses to Request for Proposals for Insurance Brokerage Services – property and casualty and workers compensation: (a) Acrisure, LLC and Fairview Insurance Agency Associates, Inc. and (b) Willis Towers Watson.
 
O-7.     Approve authorization to Parette Somjen Architects to submit all necessary plans and paperwork to the Department of Education concerning the roof replacement at Franklin Elementary School to serve as an application to the Office of School Facilities and an amendment to the District’s Long Range Facility Plan.  This is an “Other Capital” project and the District is not seeking State funding but will fund the project through the District’s Capital Reserve (Fund 12).
 
O-8.     Approve request from The Theater Project to use Connecticut Farms Elementary School for the Theater Project Jr. 2017 for Union Students – The Wizard of Oz summer workshops Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – June 20, 2017 to August 3, 2017 and performances on August 4, 5 and 6, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member (pending receipt of certificate of insurance).
 
 

L. Personnel Committee Resolutions

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Personnel Committee presents the following resolutions for the Board’s consideration:
 
P-1.     Personnel Actions be approved in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.

P-2.     Amend Substitute Lists for the 2016-2017 school year in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board.

P-3.     Accept letters of resignation/retirement from the following staff:
 
Resignations
Name
 
Position
Location              
Eff.
Date
Reason
Notes/
Corrections
Cassano, Lisa
Pre-Kindergarten Teacher
BH
9/1/17
Resignation
 
 
 
Retirements
Name
 
Position
Location              
Effective Date: (Noted on letter)
Reason
Date of Hire
Not including leave of absences.
(May include Substituting history)
Attendance to BOE meeting
Egoavil-Britt, Liliam
Part-Time Bus Driver
Trans-portation
7/1/2017
Retirement
4/16/2018
TBD
 
P-4.     Approve leaves for the following staff:
 
Name
 
Position
Location
Leave Dates
Leave Type 
Regarding updated info only.
Notes/
Corrections
Dellanno, Stephanie
Paraprofessional
KMS
5/8/17-6/16/17
Unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
Eligible for Leave within one year of Birth of Child 6/28/16.
Filippone, Nicole
Elementary Teacher
HC
9/7/17-12/15/17
Return 12/18/17
Paid Maternity and Unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
 
Henderson, Lisa
Elementary Teacher
BMS
6/2/17-
12/15/17
Return 12/18/17
Paid Maternity and Unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
 
Matos, Maria
Paraprofessional
BH
Extension through 6/30/17
Return of 9/1/17
Unpaid Non-FMLA Medical Leave
Org. Leave began 9/6/16
Moore, Cynthia
F/T Bus Driver
Trans-
Portation
4/3/17-6/30/17
Paid Medical And Unpaid FMLA Leave
 
Osborne, Nicole
In-Class Support English Teacher
KMS
9/5/17-11/28/17
Return 11/29/17
Paid Maternity and Unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
 
Siino, Frances
Third Grade Teacher
FES
9/5/17-11/30/17
Return 12/1/17
Unpaid Maternity and Unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
 
Stabler, Danielle
Science Teacher
KMS
9/5/17-12/18/17
Paid Maternity and Unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
 
Hunter-Covino, Lauren
Paraprofessional
BH
Extension through 4/24/17-6/8/17
Continuation of paid/unpaid FMLA Now from
Org. FMLA taken 9/1/16-10/14/16. Remaining FMLA time will run concurrently with available paid sick days.
Brown, Velma
Part-Time Café Aide
Jeff
4/28/17-6/30/17
Unpaid Non FMLA Medical Leave
P/T FMLA not applicable
Jaramillo, Ines
Mathematics Teacher
UHS
Extension
Return of 6/1/17
Paid Medical/Non FMLA
 
Johnson, Jamie
Second Grade Elementary Teacher
Wash
9/1/2017-11/14/17
Return 11/15/17
Paid Maternity and Unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
Paid (if applicable)
Jones, Coree
Custodian
UHS
Extension
Return of 6/1/17
Unpaid/Non FMLA Medical Leave
Org. leave began 8/30/2017. Paid sick and FMLA time exhausted. Non FMLA to follow.
Kohn, Lauren
Resource Room Teacher
BMS
Extension
Return of 6/1/17
Unpaid/Non FMLA Medical Leave
Non FMLA after allotted unpaid 12 weeks.
Org. Leave began on 12/20/16
Klein, Peter
School Social Worker
UHS
Amendment/
Removal of Leave request
On 4/25/17 Agenda
Removal of leave request
 
Mateo, Susanna
Secretary
BMS
Extension
Return of 6/1/17
Unpaid FMLA Medical Leave
Org. from 2/21/17
Villane, Kimberly
6th Grade Teacher
BMS
9/1/17-11/10/17
Paid Maternity and Unpaid FMLA/NJFLA (Concurrently)
 
 
 
P-5.     Reappoint Debra Cyburt as Treasurer of School Moneys for the 2017-2018 school year at an annual salary of $4,700.
 
P-6.     Reappoint Gregory E. Brennan as Affirmative Action Officer for awarding contracts for the 2017-2018 school year under P.L. 1975, c 127, at no cost to the District.
 
P-7.     Reappoint Gregory E. Brennan as Custodian of School Records for the 2017-2018 school year, at no cost to the District.
 
P-8 through P-28.  Agenda items moved to Fiscal (F-15 through F- 35).
 
P-29.   Item removed from agenda (employees’ reappointed).
 
P-30.   Approval of Perkins Grant Positions for 2017, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
P-31.   Approve residency investigators to work during Summer 2017 as follows:
 
Residency Investigator
 
Maria Schmidtberg
50 hours not to exceed 70 hours for July and August ($25/hr)
Thomas Sheridan
25 hours not to exceed 50 hours for July and August ($20/hr)
John Matos
25 hours not to exceed 50 hours for July and August ($22/hr)
Dan Hodge
25 hours not to exceed 50 hours for July and August ($15/hr)
 
 

M. Policy Committee

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Policy Committee presents the following policy(ies) for the Board’s consideration:
 
POL-1.            Policy 4141/4241 – Establishing Initial Placement on Salary Guides, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member (final reading).
 

N. Residency Committee Resolutions

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Residency Committee presents the following resolutions for the Board’s consideration:

R-1.     Approval be given to amend the list of students removed from the rolls [three (3) students exited from April 3rd through April 28, 2017 (2 from elementary, 1 from secondary) or a total of forty-five (45) students for the 2016-2017 school year] who are not domiciled in this school district and eight (8) students who will be allowed to complete the 2016-2017 school year, in accordance with the information in the hands of each Board member.
 
R-2.     Approval to remove student #210342 from the attendance rolls as the student has been determined to be ineligible to attend the Township of Union Public Schools as a resident student.

R-3.     Approval to remove student #298188 from the attendance rolls as the student has been determined to be ineligible to attend the Township of Union Public Schools as a resident student.

R-4.     Approval to remove student #288205 from the attendance rolls as the student has been determined to be ineligible to attend the Township of Union Public Schools as a resident student.
 

O. Technology Committee

 

P. Approval of Bills

Upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, that the Board concur with the bills listed in the permanent bound register appended to these minutes and be ordered for payment.
 

Q. Unfinished Business

R. New Business

S. Comments from the Public

T. Adjournment  ___________ p.m.

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