Carlynton School District

 

Regular Voting Meeting

May 20, 2010

Carlynton Jr.-Sr. High School Library – 7:30 pm

AGenda

 

Call to order

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIENCE: Carnegie/Crafton Elementary Band Students

 

 

Roll call

 

public comment on business before the board:

 

 

approval of minutes:

 

Motion to approve the following minutes:  

 

  1. The minutes of the May 6, 2010 Committee/Agenda Setting/Voting Meeting as presented.

__________ First; __________ Second; __________ Vote

 

Minutes of the May 6, 2010 Meeting

REPORTS:

 

 

  • Executive Session – President Brown

 

Ø      Principals’ Reports

Ø      Director of Pupil Services’ Report – Mrs. Myford

Ø      Business Manager Report – Mr. Christy

Ø      Superintendent’s Report – Dr. Panza

 

ü      Secretary’s Correspondence - Minutes of the Parkway West Career and Technology Center Joint Operating Committee Meeting of April 6, 2010  (SC Item #0510-01)

 

·         Pathfinder Report – Sharon Wilson

·         Parkway West CTC Report – Sandra Hughan

·         SHASDA – Patricia Schirripa

·         PSBA-Legislative – Ray Walkowiak

 

 

BUSINESS BEFORE THE BOARD:

 

I.       Miscellaneous

 

Motion to approve the following Miscellaneous Items:

 

1.       Conference and Field Trip Requests as submitted and reviewed by administration:

 

§         C…Rex/Kelly…Hampton SD…Science Olympiad WS…5/26

§         FT…M.O’Neil…Carnegie Boro Bldg…Mem. Day Parade…5/30

§         FT…M.O’Neil…Crafton Boro Bldg…Mem. Day Parade…5/31

 (Miscellaneous Item #0510-01)

 

Conference and Field Trip Requests

2.       Participation in Leadership Pittsburgh for the 2010-2011 school year, with Dr. Michael Panza and Director Patricia Schirripa as representatives, at a cost of $500 per participant.

__________ First; __________ Second; __________ Vote

 

Leadership Pittsburgh Participation and Representatives

 

II.    Finance

 

Motion to approve the following Finance Items:

 

  1. Treasurer’s Report for the month of April 2010 as presented;  

 

Treasurer’s Report – April  2010

  1. April 2010 bills in the amount of $2,061,355.31 as presented;  

 

April 2010 Bills

  1. The Athletic Fund Report for April 2010 as submitted and reviewed by administration;  (Finance Item #0510-01)

 

April 2010 Athletic Fund Report

  1. The Activities Fund Report for April 2010 as submitted and reviewed by administration;  (Finance Item #0510-02)

 

April 2010 Activities Fund Report

  1. Participation in the AIU Western Pennsylvania Electricity Consortium for the purchase of electricity from Duquesne Light Energy for a three year term commencing with service in January 2011 and concluding in January 2014. The final fixed price is to be determined on or about May 28, 2010 with a price not to exceed $0.07 per kilowatt hour for all costs but not including distribution, sales taxes and other local utility charges.   (Finance Item #0510-03)

 

Electricity Consortium with Duquesne Light Energy

  1. The Software Maintenance Agreement with ProSoft Technologies at a monthly fee of $1,711 for the period of July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011 as presented;  (Finance Item #0510-04)

 

Software Maintenance Agreement with ProSoft

  1. The Request for Proposal for the Pool Filter Pipe Replacement at the junior-senior high school as presented and to advertise accordingly;   (Finance Item #0510-05)

 

RFP – Pool Filter Replacement

  1. The Request for Proposal for the Front Sidewalk Replacement at the junior-senior high school as presented and to advertise accordingly;   (Finance Item #0510-06)

 

RFP – Front Sidewalk Replacement

  1. The Request for Proposal for the Running Track Surface Replacement at the junior-senior high school as presented and to advertise accordingly;   (Finance Item #0510-07)

 

RFP – Running Track Surface Replacement

  1. The Request for Proposal for the Running Track Asphalt Topping at the junior-senior high school as presented and to advertise accordingly;   (Finance Item #0510-08)

 

RFP – Running Track Asphalt Topping

  1. The April 2010 Cafeteria Report as submitted by Aramark Educational Services.  (Finance item #0510-09)

 

April 2010 Cafeteria Report

 

  1. Request to acquire State Income Tax information from the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, for the 2008 tax year, and that such information be placed on CD-Rom for processing by Jordan Tax Service, Inc.  (Finance Item #0510-10)

__________ First; __________ Second; __________ Vote

 

2008 State Income Tax Information to Jordan Tax Service

 

III. Personnel

 

Motion to approve the Personnel Items below:

 

1.  The additions to the 2009-2010 Day-to-Day Substitute List as follows and recommended by administration: 

§         Krista Kahler – Elementary

§         Melissa Pulver – Elementary

      (Personnel Item #0510-01)

 

Additions to Day-to-Day Sub List

  1. The additions to the 2010-2011 Activities Supplemental List as presented and based upon the Letters of Intent to return: 

§         Heidi Aitken – Carnegie Elementary Intramurals

§         Diane Criste – Carnegie Elementary Intramurals

§         Nicholas DeRoss – Crafton Elementary Intramurals

(Personnel Item #0510-02)

 

Additions to the 10-11 Activities Supplementals

  1. The request for a Leave of Absence from employee CFT10-01 as submitted;  (Personnel Item #0510-03)

 

Leave of Absence – CFT10-01

  1. The request for a Leave of Absence from employee CFT10-02 as submitted;  (Personnel Item #0510-04)

 

Leave of Absence – CFT10-02

 

  1. The letter of resignation from elementary teacher Mandy Turnbull as submitted.  (Personnel Item #0510-05)

__________ First; __________ Second; __________ Vote

 

Resignation – Mandy Turnbull

IV.    Policy

 

Motion to approve the following Policy Items:

 

1.       The final reading of revisions to following policies:

§         No. 103.1 – Nondiscrimination in School and Classroom Practices with Attachments

§         No. 103.1AR – Nondiscrimination/Qualified Students with Disabilities

§         No. 113 – Special Education

§         No. 113.1 – Discipline of Students with Disabilities

§         No. 113.2 – Behavior Support

§         No. 113.3 – Screening and Evaluations for Students with Disabilities

§         114 – Gifted Education;  (Policy Item #0510-01)

 

Final Reading of Policies
103.1, 103.1AR

113, 113.1, 113.2, 113.3

114

2.       The final reading of revisions to Policy No. 335, 335-AR and 335-AR-1, all pertaining to Family and Medical Leaves and Procedures, as presented;  (Policy Item #0510-02)

 

Final Reading of Policies
335, 335-AR, 335-AR-1

 

3.       The final reading of revisions to Policy No. 504, Employment of Classified Employees, as presented;  (Policy Item #0510-03)

 

Final Reading of Policy
No. 504

 

4.       The first reading of Policy No. 623, Local Economic Revitalization Tax Abatement (LERTA)-Commercial Property, as presented.  (Policy Item #0510-04)

__________ First; __________ Second; __________ Vote

 

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

 

 

First Reading of Policy
No. 623

 

NEW BUSINESS:

 

 

 

OPEN FORUM:

 

 

 

ADJOURNMENT:

__________ First; __________ Second; __________ Vote