April 17, 2013 Regular Meeting Members Present



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JASPER-TROUPSBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

April 17, 2013


April 17, 2013 Regular Meeting Members Present –

Administration -

Lisa Tracy, Vice President

Chad Groff, Superintendent Cameron Bullock, President-Absent

Lisa Tracy, Vice President Robert Lemay

Jason Oliver, Elementary Principal Frederick Potter

Robert J. Cornish

Christopher Parker, High School Principal Andrew Cornell Andrew Cornell

Linda Payne

Robert Lemay-Absent


Others –

Melinda Morgan, District Clerk Scott Helgeland Tricia Dodge

Sue Flint Gail Ellis Diane Seeley

Theresa McKenna Stephanie Hunt Sarah Eggleston

Jean Green Kelsey Button Briannyn Payne

Jessa Rodrigues Ashley Locey Lauryn Curren

Levi Knowles Nykolas Miles Cheyenne O’Brian

Samuel Leach Megan Warriner Carlos Muhammad

Rob Adams Carter Gunn Tyanna Stebbins

Victorian Strobel Brady Miller Cody Cornell

Kris Davis Sarah McNeill Desteny Reisman

Josh McCarty
The meeting was called to order at 6:01 pm at the reconstructed Bus Barn. The Board took a tour of the new building.
The remainder of the meeting was held at the junior/senior high school in Jasper.
The Board did board planning from 6:31 to 7:00 pm.
PRESENTATION OF CAREER CREDENTIAL FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: The NYS Education Department has made changes to the diploma types that can be earned by a student with disability. Mrs. Tricia Dodge (CSE Chair) and Mr. Christopher Parker (HS Principal) made a presentation reviewing the changes.
AGENDA CHANGES –None
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION –None
COMMUNICATIONS – None

Consent Agenda Items:
A motion was made by Frederick Potter seconded by Andrew Cornell and carried to table consent agenda items #12, 13, 15 and 16.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.


A motion was made by Linda Payne seconded by Robert Cornish and carried to approve the remainder of the Consent Agenda Items.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.


Consent Agenda: Minutes
A motion was made by Frederick Potter seconded by Linda Payne and carried to approve the following minutes:

  • Minutes of the April 10, 2013 Board meeting

  • Minutes of the April 10, 2013 Executive Session

  • Board Planning Minutes for April 10, 2013

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no
Consent Agenda: Finance
A motion was made by Andrew Cornell seconded by Frederick Potter and carried to approve the following consent agenda items for finance:

  • Approval of Warrants

  • Approval of Treasurer’s Report

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.
Discussion was held regarding the Budget & Revenue Status Reports
A motion was made by Frederick Potter seconded by Linda Payne and carried to approve the following consent agenda item for finance:

  • Review of Budget & Revenue Status Reports

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.
Consent Agenda: Personnel
A motion was made by Frederick Potter seconded by Robert Cornish and carried to table

the Consideration of Amendments for Principal Agreements for executive session.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.
After Executive session, a motion was made by Andrew Cornell seconded by Robert Cornish and carried to approve the following consent agenda items for personnel:
Resolution:

Be it resolved that, on April 17, 2013, the Board of Education approves the amendments to the memorandum of understanding for Mr. Jason R. Oliver for the 2013-14 year.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.
A motion was made by Frederick Potter seconded by Linda Payne and carried to approve the following consent agenda items for personnel:
Resolution:

Be it resolved that, on April 17, 2013, the Board of Education approves the amendments to the memorandum of understanding for Mr. Christopher D. Parker for the 2013-14 year.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.

CONSENT AGENDA; ACTION:
A motion was made by Frederick Potter seconded by Linda Payne and carried to approve the following consent agenda item for action:


Resolution:

Be it resolved that the Board of Education approves the use of funds from the unemployment reserve in the amount of $2,566.24.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.
There was discussion about the fund balance and whether the retirement incentives be paid out of the 12-13 or 13-14 budget.
A motion was made by Frederick Potter seconded by Linda Payne and carried to approve the following consent agenda item for action:


  • Approval of 2013-2014 School Budget

Resolution:

Based upon the recommendation of the superintendent of schools, be it resolved that the Board of Education approves the 2013-14 budget figure of $11,499,464.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.
A motion was made by Robert Cornish seconded by Andrew Cornell and carried to approve the following consent agenda item for action:


  • Consideration of GST BOCES Administrative Budget for 2013-2014.

Resolution:

Based upon the recommendation of the superintendent of schools, be it resolved that the Board of Education approves the GST BOCES administrative budget for 2013-14.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.
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EVIEW OF DISCUSSION ITEMS:



  • Administrative Reports- Mr. Parker showed the Board the trophy that the Drug Quiz team received for 1st place. Mr. Parker also reported that Jacqueline Van Zile will be competing at the OSHA 10 demonstration at the state level.

A motion was made by Andrew Cornell seconded by Linda Payne and carried to give back three unused emergency days and close school on the following dates: May 6, May 24 and May 28.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.


  • Discussion regarding the future of the French Language Program: There is a potential that Mrs. Sally Lewis (French Teacher) may possibly retire. If this becomes a reality, it would mean phasing out the French program. Mrs. Lewis would return on a part-time basis to finish out the program for current students in the program. Would not be able to offer the college course. A MOU for part-time position would need to be created.

  • Review of Projected Fund Balance for 2012-2013

  • Further Discussion Regarding Vocal Music- The projected added costs of making the Vocal Music position full-time would be $10,794 (plus TRS, FICA and Workers Compensation costs). The Board stated that they had received letters in favor of increasing the position to full-time. At this time, the Board is reserving a decision until they have a better financial picture for next year.


REVIEW OF OLD ITEMS or Items to Add:

  • Technology Updates

  • School House- the School Attorney has been contacted and asked to begin the quiet title search process approved by the Board on April 10th.

  • Generators- keep the Board updated on the status of the generators.


PUBLIC FOLLOW UP –Carlos Muhammad asked about having a debate team in the school district.
A motion was made by Frederick Potter seconded by Linda Payne and carried to go out of the regular meeting and into executive session for personnel at 8:01 pm.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.


A motion was made by Frederick Potter seconded by Linda Payne and carried to go out of executive session and into the regular meeting at 9:10 pm.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.


A motion was made by Frederick Potter seconded by Robert Cornish and carried to adjourn the meeting at 9:12 pm.

The vote was 5-yes, 0-no.


Respectfully Submitted,



Melinda S Morgan



Melinda S Morgan

District Clerk







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