Warsaw Central School Board of Education Meeting Agenda for May 28, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.

  • I. Call to Order and Roll Call

    II. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

    III. Public Comments

    IV. Approve Minutes for April 25, 2019 and May 14, 2019

    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

    A. Audit Committee
    B. Finance Committee
    C. Policy Committee
    D. Technology Committee

    IX. Unfinished Business

    A. Accept May 21, 2019 Vote Results
    B. Approve Destruction of Election Ballots

    X. New Business

    A. Discuss Retreat Date
    B. Approve 2019-20 Capital Outlay Project
    C. Approve SEQRA
    D. Approve Envirothon Overnight Trip
    E. Approve Obsolete Equipment
    F. Approve Textbook – Elevate Science: Earth
    G. Accept Donations – Kiwanis, Pheasants Forever
    H. Approve Health and Welfare Services Contract (Batavia CSD) I. Approve Speech Therapy Contract
    – Fox
    J. Approve Music Therapy Pathways-Creative Arts Therapy, PLLC Contract

    XI. New Items By Board Members

    XII. Approve Special Education Recommendations

    XIII. Personnel

    A. Approve Additional Positions
    B. Approve Personnel Schedule 459

    XIV. Adjournment



     

Suggested Resolutions for May 28, 2019

  • 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.

     

    Let the record show that Timothy McGinnis and Stephen C. Tarbell, II have signed the oath of office.

     

     

    Moved by _______________, seconded by _______________  that the Board approve the minutes for the meetings of April 25, 2019 and May 14, 2019, as written.  Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

    The Board reviewed the lists of bills dated 4/15/19 and 5/13/19.

    The Board reviewed the Appropriation Status Report and Revenue Status Reports for April 2019.

    Moved by _______________, seconded by _______________  that the Board accept the Treasurer’s Reports as of April 2019.  Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

     

    Mr. Englebert reported on:

     

     

    Follow-up Topic:

     

     

    Audit Committee –

     

    Finance Committee –

     

    Policy Committee –

     

    Technology Committee –

     

     

    Moved by _______________, seconded by _______________ that the Board of Education accept  the May 21, 2019 Annual Vote Results, as follows:

     

    Budget Referendum       Yes  372                        No   116        

    The Budget passed.

     

    Library Proposition        Yes  415                        No     76

    The Library Proposition passed.

     

    Board Vacancies – 3

     

    Candidates – Stephen Tarbell, II (271 votes)

                          Timothy McGinnis (293 votes)

                          Shannon Cartwright (128 votes)

                          Kristina Baker (201 votes)

                          Ellen Cross (198 votes)

                          Lisa Tangeman  (317 votes)

                          Shannon Purdy (1 vote)

                          Brian Morgan (1 vote)

     

    Lisa Tangeman was elected to the Board of Education for a 5-year term (effective July 1, 2019).

    Timothy McGinnins was elected to the Board of Education for a 4-year term (effective May 22, 2019).

    Stephen C. Tarbell, II was elected to the Board of Education for a 2-year term (effective May 22, 2019).

     

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

     

    Moved by _______________, seconded by _______________  that the Board approve the

    Following resolution:


      As a period of six months from the date of the meeting/election has elapsed without any proceeding being commenced in regard to the meeting/election, and

     

      As the retention period of 1 year specified in Board of Education approved Retention Schedule ED-1 (Page, 16 2.[70]b.) has passed,

     

      The Warsaw Central School Board of Education orders, by approval of this resolution,

     

    1.      the unsealing and opening of the ballot box (safe) by the District Clerk

    2.      destruction of all absentee ballots contained therein (together with the unused absentee ballots) for the meeting/election held in 2018.

     

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

     

     

     

    Set Retreat Date

     

     

     

    Moved by_______________, seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the annual capital outlay project (already built into the budget) for the 2019-20 school year in an amount not to exceed $100,000, as proposed, authorize commencement of the related bidding process, and authorize the Superintendent to sign change orders not to exceed $5,000 per order.  Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by_______________, seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the following resolution:

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

     

    Moved by_______________, seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the request of the Envirothon Team for an overnight trip to the State Competition in Geneva, NY May 22-23, 2019, as proposed.  Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by_______________, seconded by _______________ that the Board declare the following items obsolete, and authorize disposal in accordance with Board of Education Policy and New York State Law.

     

    Delta 019213W 1082 Model 11-990

    Delta 8922 Model 14-040

    2008 Ford EC1 SUBN

     

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

     

    Moved by_______________, seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the following textbook for use in sixth grade science classes:

     

    Elevate Science:  Earth.  Miller, Padilla, Wysession, Pearson. 2019.

     

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

     

    Moved by_______________, seconded by _______________ that the Board the following donations, with appreciation:

     

    Kiwanis - $500

    Pheasants Forever - $250

     

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

     

    Moved by_______________, seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the contract with Batavia City School District for Health and Welfare Services for the 2018-19 School Year, as proposed, and authorize the Superintendent of Schools to execute said contract.  Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by_______________, seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the Speech Therapy Services contract with Elizabeth Fox, as proposed, and authorize the Superintendent of Schools to execute said contract.  Motion Carried:  Yes _______________, No _______________, Abstain _______________.

     

    Moved by_______________, seconded by _______________ that the Board approve the contract with Music Therapy Pathways/Creative Arts Therapy, PLLC for the 2019-20 School Year, as proposed, and authorize the Superintendent of Schools to execute said contract.  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 Choose an item..  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 placement recommendations, as follows:

     

    Committee on Special Education (CSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    5/7/19

    900-37-4792

    5/8/19

    900-37-6860

    Sub-Committee on Special Education (SCSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    5/8/19

    900-37-4912; 900-37-4913

    5/9/19

    900-37-5200

    5/14/19

    900-37-5060

    5/15/19

    900-37-6383; 900-37-5616; 900-37-6196; 900-37-6198

    Committee on Pre-School Special Education (CPSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    5/7/19

    900-37-6819

    5/13/19

    900-37-6755(A); 900-37-6909; 900-37-6907; 900-37-6797;

    900-37-6856; 900-37-6808; 900-37-6795

    5/15/19

    900-37-6752

    5/17/19

    900-37-6861; 900-37-6857; 900-37-6856; 900-37-5116(A)

    5/20/19

    900-37-6914

     

    (A)  = Amendment Agreement – No Meeting

     

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

     

    Moved by_______________, seconded by _______________ that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve creation of the following positions beginning with the 2019-20 School Year.

     

    1 FTE Special Education Teacher

    1 FTE Speech Pathologist

    1 FTE Occupational Therapist

    1 FTE Physical Therapist

    2 FTE Teaching Assistants

     

    In addition, the current .2 Physical Education Teaching position will be increased to .5 beginning with the 2019-20 School Year.

     

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

     

    Moved by_______________, seconded by _______________ that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve Personnel Schedule 459, 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 April 25, 2019

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

    p.m. in the Elementary School Building by Tamarah R. Plotz, District Clerk.

     

    Members Present:  Mr. Robb, Mr. Pickard, Mrs. Wakefield, Mrs. Royce, Mrs. Hulme             

                     

    Members Absent:  2 Vacant Positions

     

    Others Present:  Mr. Englebert, Mrs. Grisewood, Mr. Wilkins, Mr. Papke, Mr. Ellis, Mrs. Monahan, Mrs. Plotz, Ms. Cross, Mrs. Tangeman

    Moved by Mrs. Wakefield, seconded by Mrs. Hulme that the Board elect Dean Robb as Board President for the remainder of the 2018-19 School Year.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0.

     

    Mr. Robb took the chair.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Hulme, seconded by Mrs. Wakefield that the Board elect Gail Royce as Board Vice President for the remainder of the 2018-19 School Year.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0.

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

     

    Moved by Mrs. Wakefield, seconded by Mr. Pickard  that the Board approve the minutes for the meetings of March 26, 2019 and April 9, 2019, as written.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

    The Board reviewed the list of bills dated March 28, 2019.

    The Board reviewed the Appropriation Status Report and Revenue Status Reports for March 2019.

    Moved by Mrs. Hulme, seconded by Mrs. Wakefield  that the Board accept the Treasurer’s Reports as of March 2019.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

    Mr. Englebert reported on the Jeff  Veley Assemblies scheduled for September 12, 2019.

     

    Audit Committee – Met today and worked on the audit plan for 2019.

     

    Finance Committee – Will meet in May.

     

    Policy Committee – Met a couple weeks ago.  Policy approval is on the agenda for tonight.

     

    Technology Committee – Will meet in May.

     

    Second Review:  Policies 3220, 3410, 3420, 3421, 3430, 3510, entire Section 4000, remainder of Section 5000, 6120, 6121, 6122, 7550, 7551, 8130, 8220

     

    Moved by Mrs. Hulme, seconded by Mrs. Wakefield that the Board approves the following Board Policies, as recommended (copies on file):  3220, 3410, 3420, 3421, 3430, 3510, entire Section 4000, remainder of Section 5000, 6120, 6121, 6122, 7550, 7551, 8130, 8220.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Hulme, seconded by Mrs. Wakefield that the Board of the Warsaw Central School District casts its vote on proposed 2019-20 administrative budget for the Board of Cooperative Educational Services of Genesee-Livingston-Steuben-Wyoming Counties in the amount of $2,797,355.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Wakefield, seconded by Mrs. Hulme that the Board casts its vote for the Board of Cooperative Educational Services of Genesee-Livingston-Steuben-Wyoming Counties Board Members as follows:  Norbert Fuest, Roger Kostecky, Robert DeBruycker, Christy Crandall Bean, Edward Levinstein.    Motion Carried:  Yes 6, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Royce that the Board approve the 2019-20 Non-Public Transportations requests, as follows:

     

    Gilead School of Discipleship  - Buttles, Krajewski, Gay, Gardner, Blum,  Bey, Sutay

    Castile Christian Academy – Wick, Salamone

     

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

     

    Moved by Mrs. Hulme, seconded by Mrs. Wakefield  that the Board accepts the following donations, with appreciation:

     

    $15 gift card to Hidden Valley - Hidden Valley Animal Adventure

    Sweatshirt - Genesee Community College

    Personalized water bottle, notepads, chocolates - Warsaw Penny Saver

    Sunglasses, chapstick, and pens - Fidelis Care

    $500 – Utica Mutual Insurance

     

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

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Royce  that the Board declare the following items obsolete and authorize disposal in accordance with board policy and state law.

     

    30 desks no longer used at the High school.

    old high jump mats 

    old washer and dryer from the Home and Careers room.

    Advance HR 2800 floor scrubber(2007-000173)

     

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

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Royce  that the Board approve the agreement with Jeff Veley, as proposed, and authorize the Superintendent to execute said agreement.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Wakefield, seconded by Mrs. Hulme  that the Board approve the FFA overnight field trip to Syracuse, NY, May 1-4, as proposed.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Wakefield  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 6:45 p.m. and the following took place as recorded by Mrs. Royce, Clerk Pro Tem.

     

     

    Tamarah R. Plotz

    District Clerk

     

    Moved by Mrs. Royce, seconded by Mr. Pickard that the Board enter Executive Session at 6:45 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. Hulme, seconded by Mr. Pickard that the Board resume regular session at 7:37 p.m.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Wakefield that the Board approve the special education placement recommendations, as follows:

     

    Sub-Committee on Special Education (SCSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    4/8/19

    900-37-6215(A)

    Committee on Pre-School Special Education (CPSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    4/8/19

    900-37-6755

    4/10/19

    900-37-6902

     

    (A)  = Amendment Agreement – No Meeting

     

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

     

    Moved by Mrs. Hulme, seconded by Mrs. Wakefield that the Board approve the following resolution, to-wit.

     

    WHEREAS, the Board of Education of Warsaw Central School District, Wyoming County, New York, has called for the Annual District Meeting of the qualified voters of said School District to be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2019; and

     

    WHEREAS, it is now desired to provide for the appointment of election workers for said Annual District Meeting; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT

    RESOLVED, by the Board of Education of Warsaw Central School District, Wyoming County, New York, as follows:

     

    Section 1. Tamarah Plotz, a duly qualified voter of said School District, is hereby appointed as the permanent chairman of the Annual District Meeting referred to in the preambles hereof.

     

    Section 2.  Mary Fran Rudgers is approved as voting machine Coordinator/election inspector.

     

    Section 3. The following named qualified voters of said School District are hereby appointed to act as inspectors of election of said Annual District Meeting, so that there shall be at least two inspectors for each ballot box or voting machine to be used thereat: Suzanne Aldinger, Patricia Morris-Kopinski.

     

    Section 4. Patricia Morris-Kopinsky is hereby designated as chief election inspector.

     

    Section 5. Each inspector of election appointed for said Annual District Meeting, as herein provided, shall be entitled to minimum wage compensation for each hour actually and necessarily spent on the duties of his/her office. The Clerk of said School District is hereby authorized and directed to give written notice of appointment to the persons hereby respectively appointed as permanent chairman, coordinator and inspectors of election for said Annual District Meeting.

     

    Section 6. This resolution shall take effect immediately.

                                             

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

     

    Moved by Mrs. Hulme, seconded by Mr. Pickard that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve four part-time temporary seasonal laborer positions to work a combined maximum of 1600 hours (at the approved starting rate for seasonal laborers) between July 1, 2019 and August 31, 2019.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Wakefield that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve the following salaries for the 2019-20 School Year.

     

    12 Month Staff

    Administrative Secretary

      $52,708.75

    Business Administrator

      $96,563.53

    Career Coordinator

      $55,300.70

    Director of Facilities II

      $79,760.63

    Director of Inst. Serv. & Personnel

    $116,982.25

    District Treasurer

      $48,722.25

    Executive Secretary/District Clerk

      $65,057.42

    Sr. Computer Services Asst.

      $65,935.45

    10 Month Staff

    Nurse

      $52,000.00

    Nurse

      $47,000.00

    Occupational Therapist Asst.

      $40,711.75

     

    Further that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve the benefits statements for these positions, as proposed.

     

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

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Hulme that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve the following salaries for the 2019-20 School Year.

     

     

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

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Hulme that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve Personnel Schedule 457, as proposed.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Hulme that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve the JUUL Agreement, as proposed.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Hulme that the regular meeting of the Warsaw Central School Board of Education be adjourned at 7:43 p.m.; subject to the call of the President.  Motion Carried:  Yes 5, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

     

     

    Gail E. Royce

    Clerk Pro Tem

Minutes for May 14, 2019

  • 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. Pickard, Mrs. Hulme

                                

    Members Absent:  Mrs. Wakefield

     

    Others Present:  Mr. Englebert, Mrs. Grisewood, Mr. Wilkins, Mrs. Manfreda, Mrs. D'Amico, Mrs. Monahan, Mr. Papke, Mrs. Perl, Mr. Bauer, Mrs. Adinolfe, Mrs. Stores,

    Mrs. Schuckhardt, Mr. Battaglia, Mr. Bark, Mrs. Tangeman, Mr. Tarbell, Ms. Cross,

    Mr. Cartwright, Mrs. Plotz

     

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

     

    Let the record show that Dean Robb and Gail Royce have signed the Oath of Allegiance for the office of President of the Board and Vice President of the Board, respectively.

     

    The Budget Presentation & Hearing was led by Mr. Englebert and Mrs. Grisewood.

     

    Members of the Counseling Department gave a presentation regarding their ongoing efforts.

     

    Principals Reports – Mrs. D’Amico reported on Regents preparations, FFA highlights, Envirothon successes, the May 10th Academic Breakfast, the Sticker Shock program, the Middle School Spring Concert, Kids Escaping Drugs demo, and the Sixth Grade visit to the Courthouse.

     

    Mrs. Monahan reported on Leadership Day, Career on Wheels Day, Planting Day, a WIG (Wildly Important Goal) update, Field Day planning, upcoming concerts, Kindergarten Screening, Star Testing, the Lighthouse Review, and PreK preparations.

     

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Royce  that the Board accept the 2018-19 Capital Outlay Bid results and award the bid to JDM Construction Services, Inc., as recommended.  Motion Carried:  Yes 4, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Royce  that the Board accept the Commissioning Agent RFP results and award the RFP to C.J. Brown Energy, PC, as recommended.  Motion Carried:  Yes 4, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Hulme, seconded by Mr. Pickard  that the Board  approve the agreement with Franklin Covey Client Sales, Inc., as proposed, and authorize the Superintendent of Schools to execute said agreement.  Motion Carried:  Yes 4, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Hulme, seconded by Mr. Pickard  that the Board approve the request of the FBLA for an overnight trip June 27 – July 3, 2019 to the National Conference for FBLA, as proposed.  Motion Carried:  Yes 4, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    There was a question from the Board regarding the timing of Junior National Honor Society and National Honor Society Induction Ceremonies – would it be possible to have these on a weekend to increase attendance?  The administration will look into this.

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Hulme that the Board appoint Mrs. Royce as Clerk Pro Tem for the remainder of the Board Meeting.  Motion Carried:  Yes 4, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    The District Clerk was dismissed at 7:25 p.m. and the following took place as recorded by Mrs. Royce, Clerk Pro Tem.

     

     

    Tamarah R. Plotz

    District Clerk

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Hulme that the Board enter Executive Session at 7:25 p.m. for the purpose of discussing the employment history of a particular person.  Motion Carried:  Yes 4, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Royce, seconded by Mr. Pickard that the Board resume regular session at 9:35 p.m.  Motion Carried:  Yes 4, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

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

     

    Committee on Special Education (CSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    4/24/19

    900-37-5114

    Sub-Committee on Special Education (SCSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    4/26/19

    900-37-5794

    5/6/19

    900-37-6055(A)

    Committee on Pre-School Special Education (CPSE)

    Date of Meeting/

    Amendment

     

    Student Number(s)

    4/12/19

    900-37-6903; 900-37-6892; 900-37-6812

    4/23/19

    900-37-6904

    4/30/19

    900-37-6730; 900-37-6614; 900-37-6744; 900-37-6622; 900-37-6753

    5/6/19

    900-37-6908; 900-37-6734; 900-37-6656; 900-37-6736; 900-37-6646

    5/8/19

    900-37-6658

     

    (A)  = Amendment Agreement – No Meeting

     

    Motion Carried:  Yes 4, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mr. Pickard, seconded by Mrs. Hulme that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board approve Personnel Schedule 458, as proposed.  Motion Carried:  Yes 4, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

    Moved by Mrs. Hulme, seconded by Mr. Pickard that the regular meeting of the Warsaw Central School Board of Education be adjourned at 9:36 p.m.; subject to the call of the President.  Motion Carried:  Yes 4, No 0, Abstain 0.

     

     

     

    Gail E. Royce

    Clerk Pro Tem

     

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