Board Meeting - June 21, 2022 - MH School Library

  • I. Call to Order and Roll Call

    II. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

    III. Public Comments

    IV. Approve Minutes for June 7, 2022

    V. Finance

    A. Review Lists of Regular Bills
    B. Review Appropriation Status Reports
    C. Review Revenue Status Reports
    D. Accept Treasurer’s Reports

    VI. Communications

    VII. Superintendent’s Reports

    VIII. Committee Reports

    IX. Unfinished Business

    X. New Business

    A. Certification of Acceptance 2022-23
    B. Approve Meal Prices for 2022-23
    C. Approve Education Law 2-d Opt-In
    D. Accept Elementary Field Days Donations
    E. Approve Rush-Henrietta Agreement
    F. Approve Service Agreement AS-7 – Genesee Valley BOCES
    G. Approve Transportation Agreement

    1. Monroe One BOCES 2022-23
    2. Livingston-Wyoming ARC

    1. Monroe 1 BOCES School Year – Accept Bid
    2. Monroe I BOCES Summer School – Accept Bid
    3. Baker Victory Summer School – Accept Bid
    4. Baker Victory Extension
    5. Monroe I BOCES School Year Extension
    6. Norman Howard Extension
    7. Randolf Academy Extension

    3. C & F Transportation

    1. Athletic, Field Trips Extension
    2. Athletic, Field Trips Summer Extension
    3. Home to School Extension
    4. Warsaw to Attica Extension
    5. Castile to Warsaw Extension
    6. Livonia Central School Extension
    7. Mary Cariola, May Center ½ Day, May Center Full Day Extension
    8. Monroe II BOCES Extension
    9. Mt. Morris Elementary – BOCES Extension
    10. Orleans BOCES – Pioneer Extension
    11. Perry to Warsaw Extension
    12. Rochester School for the Deaf – School Year Extension
    13. Warsaw to Letchworth Extension
    14. Regular Education – Summer
    15. Monroe II BOCES – Summer
    16. Special Education – Summer
    17. Mary Cariola – Summer
    18. Rochester School for the Deaf - Summer

    H. Approve Freed Maxick Audit Agreement

    I. Approve Funding of Reserves

    1. District Retirement Reserve TRS
    2. District Retirement Reserve ERS
    3. Workers’ Compensation Reserve
    4. Unemployment Insurance Reserve
    5. Capital Fund Reserve

    XI. New Items by Board Members

    XII. Approve Special Education Recommendations

    XIII. Personnel

    A. Approve Motion Adjustment – Seasonal Laborers
    B. Create Mentor Coordinator Position for 2022-23 School Year
    C. Create 1.0 FTE Special Education Teacher Position
    D. Approve Updated Benefits Statement – Executive Secretary
    E. Approve Non-Union MOA
    F. Approve New Benefits Statement – Executive Secretary
    G. Approve Personnel Schedule 530

    XIV. Board Workshop

    XV. Adjournment

Suggested Resolutions for June 21, 2022

  • The regular meeting of the Warsaw Central School Board of Education was called to order at         

    ___________p.m. in the Elementary School Building by ___________, Board President.

     

    Members Present: 

                                 

    Members Absent: 

     

    Others Present: 

    ________________ led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

     

     

     

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the minutes for June 7, 2022, as written.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the lists of regular bills dated May 19, 2022 and June 3, 2022.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the Appropriation Status Reports dated June 14, 2022 .

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the Revenue Status Reports dated  June 14, 2022.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________that the Board approve the Treasurer’s Reports as of May 2022.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Mr. Wilkins reported on:

     

     

     

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board  approve the Certification of Acceptance for Free and Reduced Meal or Special Milk Program Policy Statement for the 2022-23 school year, as proposed.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board  the following breakfast and lunch meal prices for the 2022-23 school year, as proposed.

     

    Current Breakfast Prices

    Proposed Breakfast Prices 2022-23

    UPK-5: $1.30

    UPK-5: $1.55

    6-12: $1.45

    6-12: $1.70

     

     

    Current Lunch Prices

    Proposed Lunch Prices 2022-23

    UPK-5: $2.20

    UPK-5: $2.45

    6-12: $2.35

    6-12: $2.60

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board  approve Ed Law 2-D Opt-In with Erie I BOCES, as proposed, and authorize the Superintendent to execute said document.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board accept the following Field Day donations, with appreciation.

     

    $50 – Save-A-Lot

    Water bottles, freeze pops and $25 gift card – Walmart

    Apple Slices – McDonalds

    $50 for pretzels – Tops

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the Contract with Rush-Henrietta Schools for 2021-22, as presented, and authorize the Board President and Superintendent of Schools to sign said agreement. 

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the GVEP AS-7 Service Contract for 2022-23, as proposed, and authorize the Board President to execute said agreement. 

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the Transportation Contract with Monroe I 2022-23, as presented, and authorize the Superintendent of Schools to sign said agreement. 

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board  accept the following transportation contract bids from the sole bidder:

     

    Livingston-Wyoming ARC

    Monroe 1 BOCES School Year

    Monroe I BOCES Summer School

    Baker Victory Summer School

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board  approve the following transportation contract extensions:

     

    Livingston-Wyoming ARC

    Baker Victory Extension

    Monroe I BOCES School Year Extension

    Norman Howard Extension

    Randolf Academy Extension

     

    C & F Transportation

    Athletic, Field Trips Extension

    Athletic, Field Trips Summer Extension

    Home to School Extension

    Warsaw to Attica Extension

    Castile to Warsaw Extension

    Livonia Central School Extension

    Mary Cariola, May Center ½ Day, May Center Full Day Extension

    Monroe II BOCES Extension

    Mt. Morris Elementary – BOCES Extension

    Orleans BOCES – Pioneer Extension

    Perry to Warsaw Extension

    Rochester School for the Deaf – School Year Extension

    Warsaw to Letchworth Extension

    Regular Education – Summer

    Monroe II BOCES – Summer

    Special Education – Summer

    Mary Cariola – Summer

    Rochester School for the Deaf - Summer

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the agreement with Freed-Maxick for the School Year 2021-22 audit, and authorize the Business Administrator to execute said agreement.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board authorize the funding of the following reserves from the 2021-22 budget and/or a transfer from reserves, as specified:

     

    ·         District Retirement Contribution Reserve Sub-Fund (TRS) with the total amount

           not to exceed $100,000.

     

    ·         Reserve for Retirement Contributions (ERS) with the total amount not to exceed $300,000.

     

    ·         Reserve for Workers Comp with the total amount not to exceed $100,000.

     

    ·         Unemployment Insurance Reserve with the total amount not to exceed $50,000.

     

    ·         Capital Reserve Fund-2021 with the total amount not to exceed $1,200,000.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

         

     

     

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board appoint       as Clerk Pro Tem for the remainder of the Board Meeting. 

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    The District Clerk was dismissed at       p.m. and the following took place as recorded by      , Clerk Pro Tem.

     

     

    Tamarah R. Plotz

    District Clerk

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board enter Executive Session at       p.m. for the purpose of discussing      . 

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board resume regular session at       p.m. 

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the special education placements recommendations, as follows:

     

    Committee on Special Education (CSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    6/1/22

    900-37-6736

    6/2/22

    900-37-6819

    6/6/22

    900-37-6818

    6/8/22

    900-37-6763

    6/9/22

    900-37-6252

    Sub-Committee on Special Education (SCSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    5/10/22

    900-37-6889(C); 900-37-6399(C)

    5/31/22

    900-37-7288; 900-37-6242; 900-37-7287

    6/2/22

    900-37-6821; 900-37-7274

    6/6/22

    900-37-7293; 900-37-5426; 900-37-5779

    6/7/22

    900-37-5642(A)

    Committee on Pre-School Special Education (CPSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    6/2/22

    900-37-7135; 900-37-7247

    6/6/22

    900-37-7292

     

    (A)  = Amendment Agreement – No Meeting

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve adjustment of the resolution at the Board Meeting on April 5, 2022 for four part-time temporary seasonal laborer positions  (as needed) to work a maximum of 400 hours each (at the approved starting rate for seasonal laborers) between June 27, 2022 and August 31, 2022. If not needed, the positions will remain vacant.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board the board approve the creation of one Mentor Coordinator stipend position for the 2022-23 school year (per the approved job description).

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve the creation of 1 FTE additional Special Education Teacher position effective July 1, 2022.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve the updated Executive Secretary benefits statement for the 2022-23 school year (originally approved  April 25, 2022).

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve the Retirement MOA with the Executive Secretary, as proposed.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve the new Executive Secretary benefits statement effective July 1, 2022, as proposed.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve Personnel Schedule 530, as proposed.

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by _______________ seconded by _______________ that the regular meeting of the Warsaw Central School Board of Education be adjourned at  ______________ p.m.; subject to the call of the President. 

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

     

     

         , Clerk Pro Tem

Minutes for June 7, 2022

  • The regular meeting of the Warsaw Central School Board of Education was called to order at        

    6:30 p.m. in the Elementary School Building by Mr. Robb, Board President.

     

    Members Present:  Mr. Robb, Mrs. Royce, Mr. McGinnis, Mrs. Tangeman, Mr. Grover

                          

    Members Absent:  Mr. Tarbell, Mrs. Baker

     

    Others Present:  Mr. Wilkins, Ms. Grisewood, Mrs. Monahan, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Webb,

    Mrs. D’Amico, Mr. Kelly, Chief Hoffmeister, Peyton Cartwright, Christina Mortellaro

    Mr. Robb led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

     

    Trio Upward Bound Presentation – Peyton Cartwright, Christina Mortellaro (Upward Bound)

     

    Middle School Principal Mrs. D’Amio presented the SCEP Plan.

     

    Mr. Ellis, High School Principal, 60 students participated in GCC classes this year.  Mr. Ellis reported on various other activities and upcoming events.

     

    Moved by Mr. Grover, seconded by Mr. McGinnis that the Board approve the minutes for the meeting on May 24, 2022, as written.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Mr. Wilkins reported on the upcoming meeting with regard to the Raptor Program and shared potential dates for the Hodgson-Russ training for the board and administration 7 p.m. (after the board meeting) on June 21, 2022 was selected as a possible date.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Tangeman, seconded by Mrs. Royce that the Board approve the Middle School SCEP Plan for the 2022-23 school year, as written.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mr. McGinnis, seconded by Mrs. Tangeman that the Board schedule the 2022-23 Reorganization Meeting for July 12, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. in the MHS Library at 81 W. Court Street; Warsaw.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Royce, seconded by Mr. Grover that the Board approve the Omni/TSACG Reinstatement Agreement for 2022-23, and authorize the Business Administrator to execute said agreement.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

    Moved by Mrs. Royce, seconded by Mr. Grover that the Board approve the Contract for Health and Welfare Services for 2021-22 and authorize the Board President and Superintendent to execute said contract. Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mr. McGinnis, seconded by Mr. Grover that the Board appoint Mrs. Royce as Clerk Pro Tem for the remainder of the Board Meeting.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    The District Clerk was dismissed at 7:34 p.m. and the following took place as recorded by Mrs. Royce, Clerk Pro Tem.

     

     

    Tamarah R. Plotz

    District Clerk

     

    Moved by Mrs. Tangeman, seconded by Mr. McGinnis that the Board enter Executive Session at 7:35 p.m. for the purpose of discussing the employment history of a particular person.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Tangeman, seconded by Mr. Grover that the Board resume regular session at 9:27 p.m.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Tangeman, seconded by Mr. Grover that the Board approve the special education placements recommendations, as follows:

     

    Committee on Special Education (CSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    5/23/22

    900-37-6309; 900-37-6730; 900-37-6320

     

     

    Sub-Committee on Special Education (SCSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    5/9/22

    900-37-5908(C)

    5/23/22

    900-37-6928; 900-37-7099; 900-37-6818

    5/24/22

    900-37-6968; 900-37-6969

    Committee on Pre-School Special Education (CPSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    5/19/22

    900-37-7083

     

    (A)   = Amendment Agreement – No Meeting

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0

     

    Moved by Mrs. Tangeman, seconded by Mr. Robb that the Board approve the following Reading Coordinator Job Description.

     

    Reading Coordinator (Kindergarten-12th Grade)

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    ●        Valid New York State Teaching Certificate. (Literacy Degree preferred)

    ●        At least three years of successful teaching experience.

    ●        Evidence of leadership ability.

    ●        The Board of Education may make an annual appointment to this position based on the recommendation of the Superintendent.

     

    REPORTS TO:

    Director of Instructional Services

     

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The Reading Coordinator will work with K-12 administrators, classroom teachers, school support staff and central office instructional staff to plan and implement quality reading instruction as well as interventions for students in need of support.

     

    PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

    ●        Work with administration to develop a focus on building level and district-wide goals for reading achievement.  

    ●        Conduct monthly reading team meetings for the purpose of analyzing data, reviewing student work samples, discussing programs and curriculum. 

    ●        Guide teachers to collect and analyze data and develop action plans in response to determined student needs.

    ●        Assist as requested in the recruitment, selection, and mentoring of team personnel.

    ●        Complete monthly status reports for principals and district administrators.

    ●        Serve as the primary liaison agent for literacy instruction across the district.

    ●        Research and provide information and guidance regarding a range of effective and innovative literacy practices through various activities such as: individual discussions (informal and formal); study groups; staff meetings; and professional development programs.

    ●        Attend the Elementary School Team Leader meeting and the Middle High School Department Head meeting on a rotating basis each month.

    ●        Provide assistance in the development of policies, practices, and procedures.

    ●        Check and distribute materials and resources to faculty, as appropriate.

    ●        Work with team members on the coordination of curriculum.

    ●        Assume such other duties and responsibilities as may from time to time be assigned by the Building Principals.

     

    REMUNERATION:

    Salary as per WEA Contract

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Tangeman, seconded by Mr. Robb that the Board approve the following Mentor Coordinator Job Description.

     

    Mentor Coordinator

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    ●        Valid New York State Teaching Certificate.

    ●        Evidence of successful teaching experience.

    ●        Evidence of leadership ability.

    ●        The Board of Education may make an annual appointment to this position based on the recommendation of the Superintendent.

     

    REPORTS TO:

    Director of Instructional Services

     

    JOB SUMMARY:

    The Mentor Coordinator position is a 12-month position, with the recommended candidate working in conjunction with the Director of Instructional Services for the implementation of the Mentor Program and New Teacher Academy training.  Some of the responsibilities of the coordinator will be:

     

    PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

    ●        Initial Preparation: Attend mentor training with the intent to become the Mentor Trainer for the District.

    ●        Summer:  Develop and maintain a mentor/mentee handbook.

    ●        Summer: Work in conjunction with the administrative team to develop and define New Teacher Orientation.

    ●        Summer/Ongoing: Provide all mentor training to new mentors annually/as needed.  Coordinate and facilitate all Mentoring Committee meetings.

    ●        School Year/Ongoing: Facilitate New Teacher Academy meetings.

    ●        School Year: Attend Regional Mentor Coordinator Meetings and provide input into Teacher Center Professional Development Planning to meet the needs of the district. (up to 4x/year)

    ●        School Year: Provide resources to mentors/mentees regarding emerging professional development.

    ●        School Year: Participate on the District’s Professional Development Committee and keep the committee apprised of emerging professional development themes (2-4x/year)

    ●        Ongoing: Coordinate with the Director of Instructional Services.

    ●        Ongoing: Provide appropriate levels of support for non-tenured teachers as per the WCSD Mentor Plan

    ●        Ongoing: Perform other duties related to the Mentoring program as required by the administration.

    ●        Ongoing: Assume such other duties and responsibilities as may from time to time be assigned by the Director of Instructional Services.

     

    REMUNERATION:

    Annual Stipend:  $4000/per year

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes 4, No 1 (McGinnis), Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Royce, seconded by Mr. Grover that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board hereby votes to approve an unpaid leave of absence for tenured employee Jennifer Siepierski, effective immediately.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Tangeman, seconded by Mr. McGinnis that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve Personnel Schedule 529, as proposed.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mr. McGinnis, seconded by Mr. Grover that the regular meeting of the Warsaw Central School Board of Education be adjourned at 9:28 p.m.; subject to the call of the President.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

     

     

    Gail E. Royce

    Clerk Pro Tem

     

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