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KEYPORT BOARD OF EDUCATION
                REGULAR ACTION MEETING – MAY 8, 2019
                             MINUTES

                               DISTRICT GOALS 2018-2019
      1. The district will increase engagement and differentiation to promote student-
         centered practice.

      2. The district will support a tiered system approach to addressing chronic
         absenteeism.

      3. The district will promote teacher leadership by defining and improving
         opportunities for teacher leadership to support organizational growth and
         capacity.

                           Learners Today . . . Leaders Tomorrow

1.0      Opening Procedures
         1.1     The meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Board President Bright, in
                 the Keyport High School Cafeteria, 351 Broad Street.

         1.2     Flag Salute

         1.3     Opening Statement

                 “Public notice of this meeting has been advertised in the Asbury Park
                 Press on January 9, 2019, as approved at the reorganization meeting of the
                 Board of Education held on January 2, 2019. Notice has been posted in
                 accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act of 1975, Chapter 231,
                 effective January 16, 1976, in the Board Office, 370 Broad Street. A copy
                 of this notice is also on file in the office of the Borough Clerk”.
                 Members of the public wishing to address the Board of Education on both
                 agenda and non-agenda items must state their name, address, and are
                 requested to limit their comments to five (5) minutes when it appears the
                 public comment portion of the meeting may exceed thirty minutes in
                 duration.
                 The public participation portion of the meeting is open to citizens of
                 Keyport for the purpose of addressing agenda and non-agenda items.
                 Issues raised by members of the public might require review and
                 investigation and may or may not be responded to by the Board or
                 Superintendent during the meeting. All comments will be considered and a
                 response will be forthcoming if and when appropriate.

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                 The Board asks that members of the public be courteous and mindful of
                 the rights of individuals when speaking. Specifically, comments regarding
                 students and employees of the Board are discouraged and will not be
                 responded to by the Board. Students and staff have specific legal rights
                 afforded by the laws of New Jersey. The Board bears no responsibility nor
                 will it be liable for any comments made by any member of the public.

                 This meeting is being tape-recorded for the purpose of Board review and
                 future reference and to assist in the preparation of minutes.

          1.4    Roll Call
                 Mrs. Abrahamsen                       Mr. McGrogan, UB Rep.*
                 Mr. Bright, President                 Mr. Moroney
                 Mr. Hausmann, Vice President          Mrs. Panzarelli
                 Mrs. Kutschman                        Mr. Stahley
                 Ms. Malinconico (absent)              Mr. White

                 Student Council Representative: Julian Rebelo

                 *Union Beach representative abstains on all matters other than matters
                 relating to Keyport High School Union Beach students.

          1.5    Student Council Representative Report

2.0       Presentation –
          2.1    Recognition of HS Track & Field Team (moved to June 5 Board Meeting).

3.0       President’s Remarks

          Mr. Bright commented that it is good to be back. He congratulated Jack
          Hausmann for new board member certification and also congratulated Jim
          McGrogan for serving 20 years as a board member.

4.0       Communications – Dr. Savoia

5.0       Public Participation – Agenda Items

         April Riley, 213 Maple Place, was looking at the agenda with salaries. As a
          parent of a special needs child, she is upset with the difference in salaries between
          aides and teachers. It takes a special set of skills to be an aide.

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6.0   Superintendent Report
      6.1   Superintendent’s Report – Dr. Savoia

            Goal Updates
             The 2019 School Climate survey is available on our website at
               www.kpsdschools.org
             Year to date at Central School we have 37 students who are determined
               to be chronically absent (10% and over). At this time last year, there
               were 69 students that were chronically absent. This data does include
               Pre K. Please follow us on Twitter @KeyportSchools and utilize our
               hashtag to retweet our daily messages.
             Schoolwide Meeting on May 7, 2019
             Professional development was provided by Mrs. Sussino for staff to
               utilize LinkIT to create tests.
             Mrs. Clayman & Mrs. Andrews are attending a tiered system of support
               professional development opportunity.
             PLCs have met this week to conclude their student and educator goals.
            Community
             Municipal Alliance Meeting 5/14/19
             Borough Articulation 5/13/19
             5/19/2019 Scholar Athlete Luncheon (Alexis Breen-basketball, soccer,
               and track & field)
             Keyport Public Library 5/9/19
            KHS & Central School
            Teacher & Student of the Month
                Central School - April
               o Kindergarten – Penelope Sargent & Tyler Card
               o 1st Grade – Reagan Abrahamsen & Nicholas Uroza
               o 2nd Grade – Kyleigh Close & Axel Olivea
               o 3rd Grade – Michaela Henderson & Sean Connallon
               o 4th Grade - Ingrid Lopez & Hailie Specchio
               o 5th Grade – Keira Masongo & Uriel Marroquin
               o 6th Grade – Megan Hausmann & Scott Graham
               o 7th Grade – Aleydy Merino-Moreno & Daniel Soriano
               o 8th Grade – Matthew Metrick & Ethan Douglas
               o Mrs. Marinos & Mrs. McGlue

                   High School - April
               o    9th Grade – Beltran Gonzalez
               o    10th Grade – Emma Grabowski
               o    11th Grade – Lucas Dant
               o    12th Grade – Jordan Bright
               o    Mrs. Popiel & Mr. Glezman

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   We have been selected again to host visits from the NIEER (National
    Institute for Early Education Research) through NJDOE to observe our
    preschool classrooms.
 In collaboration with John Henry (NJSBA), we are hosting a
    leadership/I-STEAM Day on June 6th at KHS. Students will participate
    in team building and STEAM Tank Challenge activities. Our television
    studio will be recording the event.
 Ashely Taylor (KHS Teacher of the Year) AP Biology stop motion
    animation videos as a summative assessment based on DNA replication.
    o https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-
         1vTi_bHGYvX0TxB0ErJ14mQXplpVLuOD0sKfS3qC3KGTqM
         NGflwnVC9KdvZpYuZpC6uCYd9C04gT3Xmu/pub?start=false
         &loop=false&delayms=3000
HIB
Since May 1, 2019, zero investigations have been conducted at KCS. Zero
incidents are pending and zero are unfounded. There has been one
investigation conducted at KHS. One incident is pending and zero are
unfounded. Consequences and services are provided as per Policy 5512 and
5560.
Upcoming Events
o     5/8/2019          KSEPAC Meeting
o     5/9/2019          KCS PK Grandfriends Visit
o     5/9/2019          KHS Talent Show
o     5/10/2019         KCS K Mother’s Day Celebration
o     5/14/2019         Boys Volleyball @ Central Jersey Prep Charter
o     5/15/2019         KEA Negotiations
o     5/16/2019         Young Author Night – Barnes & Noble 5-7 p.m.
o     5/17/2019         5th Grades Leads Graduation
o     5/17/2019         KSEPAC Hero Basketball
o     5/22-23/19        KCS Drama Club Performances
o     5/22/2019         KAA & KEA Negotiations
o     5/22/2019         Grades 6-8 Career Day
o     5/28/2019         KCS K Concert during the day
o     5/28/2019         KCA Negotiations
o     5/29/2019         Mandatory Prom Meeting – Alternative Date
o     5/30/2019         KCS MS Field Day
o     5/31/2019         8th Grade Dance
o     6/5/2019          Goal Presentation
o     6/6/2019          KCS Field Day
o     6/7/2019          KHS Junior/Senior Prom
o     6/11/2019         KHS Awards Night
o     6/13/2019         KCS Graduation
o     6/14/2019         KHS Graduation
o     6/17/2019         Last day for Staff

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                o    7/22/2019         BOE Retreat

7.0   Board Secretary’s Report – Mr. Rapolla
      7.1       Motion to approve the following minutes:
                April 10, 2019         Regular Minutes and closed session

      7.2       Motion to change the date of board meeting from June 12, 2019, to
                June 26, 2019.

      Motion was made by Mrs. Panzarelli, seconded by Mr. Hausmann to approve
      motions 7.1 to 9.16. Motions 7.1 and 7.2 carried by unanimous roll call vote of 9-
      0.

8.0   Buildings & Grounds – Mr. Rapolla

      8.1       Facilities Update

               Mr. Rapolla discussed a letter received from NW Financial Group
                regarding selling bonds. He explained inaccuracies in the letter.
               The HVAC project at Keyport Central School has started. Electricians
                have been working after school hours. They are laying electrical wires
                throughout the building. This will allow the actual HVAC units to be
                installed in a timely manner once the students and staff leave the building
                in mid-June.
               Additionally, there will be a trailer used for storage located in back of the
                Central School gym on the grass section.
               We have received permits from the town for the projects. We have also
                received a permit from the Freehold Conservation District to proceed with
                the waterproofing project at Keyport High school.

      8.2       Use of Facilities

9.0   Finance
      9.1       Motion to approve the following resolution:
                Be It Resolved that the financial reports of the Secretary to the Board of
                Education and the Cash Report dated March 31, 2019, which are in
                agreement, be accepted and submitted and attached to and made a part of
                the minutes of this meeting.

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      Be It Further Resolved that pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-16.10(c)4 that
      after a review of the secretary’s monthly financial report and upon
      consultation with the appropriate district officials, to the best of our
      knowledge, no major account or fund has been overexpended and that
      sufficient funds are available to meet the District’s financial obligations
      for the remainder of the fiscal year.

9.2   Motion to approve bills for the month of May in the amount of
      $713,876.10 and supplemental bills for April in the amount of $26,755.07.

9.3   Motion to approve the transfer of funds for the month of March as
      follows:
       From                            To                                  Amount
       11-120-100-101-02-01                  11-110-100-101-02-01                     $3,000
       Gr 1-5 Class Coverage                 PreK/Kind Cl Coverage

                                             11-130-100-101-02-01
                                             Gr 6-8 Class Coverage                    $3,000
                                             (Adj. 121)
       11-000-230-339-05-01                  11-000-230-331-05-01                     $1,900
       Architect/Engineer Fees               Legal Fees
                                             (Adj. 124)
       11-000-230-590-05-00                  11-000-230-530-11-01                        $500
       Election/Public Info Exp              Postage
                                             (Adj. 125)
       12-000-400-450-00-00                  12-000-40-334-00-00                    $180,500
       Construction Services                 FA & CS Arch/Eng Svcs
                                             (Adj. 128/131)
       11-000-291-241-11-00                  11-000-291-250-11-00                        $800
       Pers Contribution                     Unemployment Contributn
                                             (Adj. 132)
       11-000-251-592-07-00                  11-000-230-530-11-01                     $1,800
       Printing Expenses                     Postage
                                             (Adj. 135)

9.4   Motion to reappoint Spiezle Architectural Group, Inc. as Architect of
      Record for the 2019-2020 school year at a rate of $170 per hour.

9.5   Motion to reappoint the firm Suplee, Clooney & Company, Westfield,
      New Jersey to provide the necessary professional auditing services
      required by the Keyport Board of Education for the period July 1, 2018,
      through June 30, 2019, at a cost not to exceed $35,000

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9.6    Motion to reappoint Adams, Gutierrez & Lattiboudere, LLC, as board
       attorney for the period July 1, 2019, to June 30, 2020, at rate of $150 per
       hour, not to exceed $75,000.

9.7    Motion to appoint Dr. Robert Morgan as School Physician for the 2019-
       2020 school year at an annual salary of $9,750.

9.8    Motion to approve a service agreement with Johnson Controls for the
       2019-2020 school year to service pneumatic controls, and heating
       computer at a cost of $34,434 (11-000-261-420-11-02-000).
       This contract is awarded without competitive bids as a professional service
       under the provisions of the Local Public Contracts Law because such law
       permits agreements for such service without bidding.

9.9    Motion to approve an agreement with Oxford Consulting Services, Inc., to
       provide occupational therapy sessions at a rate of $85 per hour for four
       days per week on an hourly basis to Keyport School District, for 2019-
       2020 school year.

9.10   Motion to approve Home Care Therapies, LLC, d/b/a Horizon Healthcare
       Staffing Corporation to provide Physical Therapy services for the 2019
       Extended School Year and for the 2019–2020 school year at the rate of
       $120 per hour.

9.11   Motion that the Keyport Board of Education hereby approves the digital
       submission of the application for the 2019 Safety Grant Program through
       the New Jersey Schools Insurance Group for the purposes described in the
       application in the amount of $6,620.14 for the period July 1, 2019, to
       June 30, 2020, program period.

9.12   Motion to approve the Shared Services Agreement between Keyport
       Public Schools and the Borough of Keyport for one School Resource
       Officer at a cost of $41,000 and for one Special Law Enforcement Officer
       III at a cost of $28.60 per hour for the 2019-2020 school year.

9.13   BE IT RESOLVED that the Keyport Board of Education hereby approves
       the agreement in OAL Docket No. EDS-01102-2019S, Agency Ref. No.
       2019-29201, involving a minor student, and directs the administration to
       implement the terms of said agreement.

9.14   Motion to approve the contract with Maschio’s Food Service Inc.,
       Chesters, NJ to operate the Food Service Program for Keyport Public
       `Schools for the 2019-2020 school year on a flat management-fee
       basis. The Local Education Agency shall pay Maschio’s an annual

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       management fee in the amount of $11,958.80. The management fee shall
       be payable in monthly installments of $1,195.88 per month commencing
       on September 1, 2019, and ending on June 30, 2020.
       Maschio’s guarantees a return to the Local Education Agency in the
       amount of $20,000. In the event the actual bottom line of the operational
       report (total revenue from all sources less program costs, including the
       management fee) is below this amount, Maschio’s shall be responsible for
       any shortfall.

9.15   Be It Resolved, that the Board Attorney is authorized to file a Petition with
       the Commissioner of Education to address issues related to the send-
       receive relationship with the Union Beach Board of Education and any
       other involved districts. Be it further resolved, that an initial budget for
       related attorney and expert fees is approved in an amount not to exceed
       $50,000.00, subject to future review and further Board action.

9.16   Motion to approve the following resolution:

                                Adoption of the 2019-2020 School Year Budget
                                                               And Tax Levy

       WHEREAS, the Keyport Board of Education adopted a tentative budget
       on March 13, 2019, to be submitted to the Executive County
       Superintendent of Schools for approval, and

       WHEREAS, the tentative budget was approved by the Executive County
       Superintendent of Schools on March 28, 2019, and

       WHEREAS, the tentative budget was advertised in the legal section of the
       Asbury Park Press on April 15, 2019; and

       WHEREAS, the tentative budget was presented to the public during a
       public hearing on May 1, 2019; and

                                             Capital Reserve Account Withdrawal

       RESOLVED that the Keyport Board of Education requests the approval a
       capital reserve withdrawal in the amount of $725,000. The district intends
       to utilize these funds for track refurbishment at the Keyport High School.

                                             Capital Reserve Account Withdrawal

       RESOLVED that the Keyport Board of Education requests the approval a
       capital reserve withdrawal in the amount of $85,700. The district intends

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to utilize these funds for Building Exterior Repairs at the Keyport Board
Office.

                                              Tuition Reserve Withdrawal

RESOLVED that the Keyport Board of Education requests the approval a
tuition reserve withdrawal in the amount of $100,000.

                                         Maintenance Reserve Withdrawal

RESOLVED that the Keyport Board of Education requests the approval a
maintenance reserve withdrawal in the amount of $325,000. The district
intends to utilize these funds for maintenance expenditures in the same
amount from account 11-000-261-420.

                                          Emergency Reserve Withdrawal

RESOLVED that the Keyport Board of Education requests the approval an
emergency reserve withdrawal in the amount of $50,200. The district
intends to utilize these funds for security improvements.

                                                               Adjustment
                                                               Banked Cap

RESOLVED that the Keyport Board of Education includes in the
proposed budget the adjustment for banked cap in accordance with
N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-10.3(b). The district has fully exhausted all eligible
statutory spending authority and must increase the base budget in the
amount of $45,677 for the purposes of Classroom Technology. The district
intends to complete said purposes by June 2020.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the budget be adopted for
the 2019-2020 School Year using the 2019-2020 state aid figures and the
Secretary to the Board of Education be authorized to submit the following
adopted budget to the Executive County Superintendent of Schools in
accordance with the statutory deadline:

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                      GENERAL          SPECIAL             DEBT
                       FUND           REVENUES            SERVICE           TOTAL

2019-2020 Total
Expenditures         $20,353,450       $1,437,257         $667,832        $22,458,539,

Less: Anticipated
Revenues             $10,505,360       $1,437,257         $207,457        $12,150,074

Taxes to be
Raised                $9,848,090            $0            $460,375        $10,308,465

                                     Travel and Related Expense Reimbursement

      WHEREAS, the Keyport Board of Education recognizes school staff and
      Board members will incur travel expenses related to and within the scope
      of their current responsibilities and for travel that promotes the delivery of
      instruction or furthers the efficient operation of the school district; and

      WHEREAS, N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-7.2 et seq. requires Board members to
      receive approval of these expenses by a majority of the full voting
      membership of the Board and staff members to receive prior approval of
      these expenses by the Superintendent of Schools and a majority of the full
      voting membership of the Board; and

      WHEREAS, a Board of Education may establish, for regular district
      business travel as defined in NJAC 6A:23A-1.2, which includes
      attendance at regularly scheduled in-State county meetings, Department or
      Association sponsored events or in-State professional development
      activities for which the registration fee does not exceed $150 per
      employee or board member, where prior Board approval shall not be
      required unless the annual threshold for a staff member exceeds $1,500 in
      a given school year (July 1 through June 30); and

      WHEREAS, the Keyport Board of Education established $35,000 as the
      maximum travel amount for the current school year and has expended
      $27,000 as of this date; now

      THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Board of Education approves
      travel and related expense reimbursements in accordance with N.J.A.C.
      6A: 23A-7.3, to a maximum expenditure of $35,000 for all staff and board
      members for the 2019-2020 school year.

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                                                                               A4F
                                                Tax Levy Certification Form A and B

           RESOLVED, that the amount required for school purposes in the school
           district of Keyport, County of Monmouth for the 2019-2020 school year is
           $10,308,465 and is required to be levied for local school district purposes.

                                                      Adoption of Tax Levy Schedule

           Recommend the Board of Education Adopt the tax levy schedule for the
           2019-2020 and authorize the Business Administrator to submit the
           schedule to the Municipal Clerk for the collection of the local school
           district taxes for school district purposes.

              Tax Payment Schedule
              Keyport Board of Education
              Taxes to Be Received $10,308,465

                                     General Fund               $9,848,090
                                     Debt Service                 $460,375
                        Due Date      Current Expense         Debt Service       Total Payment
                    July 31, 2019            $984,809                                 $984,809
                  August 31, 2019            $984,809             $230,188          $1,214,997
                   Sept. 30, 2019            $984,809                                 $984,809
                 October 31, 2019            $984,809                                 $984,809
               November 30, 2019             $984,809                                 $984,809
                 January 31, 2020            $984,809             $230,187          $1,214,996
                February 28, 2020            $984,809                                 $984,809
                  March 30, 2020             $984,809                                 $984,809
                   April 30, 2020            $984,809                                 $984,809
                    May 31, 2020             $984,809                                 $984,809

    Motion was made by Mrs. Panzarelli, seconded by Mr. Hausmann to approve
    motions 7.1 to 9.16. Motions carried by unanimous roll call vote of 9-0 with the
    exception of Mr. McGrogan who voted negative on 9.15 which carried by roll
    call vote of 8-1.

   Mr. White asked about timeframe for the track.
   Mr. Bright asked about the urgency to get the air condition done in Central School.
   Mr. Moroney asked if there is an understanding of when the track would actually
    be ready. Mr. Rapolla could get that timeframe once he tells the contractors they
    can move forward with the project since the budget passed.

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10.0 Curriculum
     10.1   Motion to accept April 2019 Security Drills as follows:

                 School Name             Drill Type         Occupants Involved    Date & Time
             Keyport High School     Shelter in Place      All Students & Staff   April 11 @
                                                                                  8:20 a.m.
             Keyport High School     Fire Drill            All Students & Staff   April 11 @
                                                                                  3:00 p.m.
             Central School          Fire Drill            All Students & Staff   April 10 @
                                                                                  1:45pm
             Central School          Shelter in Place      All Students & Staff   April 18 @
                                                                                  1:15pm

     10.2   Motion to approve the following bus drill:
             School Name               Drill Type     Occupants Involved    Date & Time
             Keyport High School       Bus Drill      Helfrich (2005)     April 15, 2019
                                                                          @ 7:30 a.m.
             Keyport High School       Bus Drill      Union Beach (Bus 6) April 15, 2019
                                                                          @ 7:30 a.m.
             Keyport High School       Bus Drill      Union Beach         April 15, 2019
                                                                          @ 7:30 a.m.
     10.3   Motion to accept the Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (HIB)
            incident reports as follows:

                         Date                 School        Incidents Reported       HIB
                     April 2019               Central                 4                 3
                     April 2019                KHS                    2                 1

     10.4   Motion to approve the following class trips:
             Grades 11-12 Crim. Soc/AP US           Superior Court of New Jersey Monmouth
             History                                Vicinage, Freehold, NJ
             Student Council/Safety Patrol          Six Flags Great Adventure Jackson, NJ
             Senior Class                           The Quarry Swim Club, Hopewell, NJ
             Grades 9 -12 & Grades 6-8              Grounds for Sculptures, Hamilton, NJ

     10.5   Motion to authorize the Affirmative Action Team to conduct a Needs
            Assessment and develop a Comprehensive Equity Plan for 2019-2022.

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     Motion was made by Mrs. Panzarelli, seconded by Mr. Moroney to approve
     motions 10.1 to 12.1. Motions 10.1 to 10.5 carried by unanimous roll call vote of
     9-0.

11.0 Personnel
     11.1   Motion to approve the following teachers for the Title III Summer
            program for KCS students to run at Keyport High School from July 22 to
            August 1 at a rate of $35 per hour (or hourly contractual amount) not to
            exceed $1,100 to be paid from Title III funds:

             Cynthia Dinardi          Tamme Manganelli         Alyssa Buttacavole
             Lesley Guttman           Amy Rodriguez            Roxana Harrison
             Susanne Leandro

     11.2   Motion to approve the following 2019 summer hours for the Child Study
            Team staff:
                   STAFF             POSITION        DAYS      RATE        NOT TO
                                                                           EXCEED
                Monica Peter        Psychologist       12      $321.82       $3,862
                Jaclyn Tynan           LDTC            12      $351.60       $4,220
                Cerelle White      Social Worker       12      $390.84       $4,691

     11.3   Motion to approve the following teachers to work the Summer School
            Program (Grade 6 to 9) at Keyport High School from July 8 to August 1,
            2019:
                                                                HOURLY       NOT TO
                     NAME              POSITION       HOURS      RATE        EXCEED
                   Diane Quinn           English        64          $35        $2,240
                   Kyle Keelen            Math          64          $35        $2,240

     11.4   Motion to approve the following hours for the 2019 Extended School Year
            (ESY) which runs from July 8 through August 1, 2019:
                                                                 HOURLY NOT TO
                     NAME              POSITION       HOURS       RATE  EXCEED
             Claudia Koumoulis        PSD Teacher        80       $40.96        $3,277
             Heidi Martin             PSD Aide           80       $15.29        $1,224
             Shaun Lyons              SE Teacher         64       $40.50         2,592
             Christina Smith          Aide               64       $15.29          $979
             Julie Nichols            Aide               64       $15.29          $979

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        Marisol Kamper            Aide               64        $15.29           $979
        Brienne Klausmann         Aide               64        $15.29           $979
        Lynne McGlue              Nurse              48        $55.35         $2,657
        Kim Chudzik               Nurse            16 days    $200 per        $3,200
                                                                diem
        Suzanne Palmer            Speech             72        $47.97         $3,454
        Poonam Lokanadham         OT                 64        $85.00         $5,440
        Cynthia LoCastro          PT                 20       $115.00         $2,300

11.5   Motion to approve the following 2019 summer hours for the Guidance
       Staff:
                 COUNSELOR                    DAYS            PER DIEM RATE
                 Stacey Oxley                   14                  $404.74
                Kristen Corsale                 14                  $311.81
                Lindsay Thein                    4                  $311.10
                Ashley Zingara                   3                  $284.82

11.6   Motion to accept the retirement of Barbara Salvadore, School Nurse,
       effective July 1, 2019.

11.7   Motion to approve David Applegate as a Summer Student Tech Assistant
       at the rate of $10 per hour, not to exceed $2,700, effective July 1, 2019,
       through August 31, 2019.

11.8   Motion to approve the following students for summer student custodian
       positions at the rate of $10 per hour, not to exceed $640 effective July 1,
       2019, through July 31, 2019.
        Noah Olsen                James Staeger              Eduardo Rocha

11.9   Motion to appoint the following for the 2019-2020 school year:
        Affirmative Action Officer             Michael Waters
        504 Compliance Officer                 Joseph Palumbo
        District Anti-Bullying Specialist      Joseph Palumbo
        District Homeless Liaison              Denise Cleveland
        District Stability Liaison             Denise Cleveland
        Central School Education Liaison       Lindsay Meyer-Thein
        & CS Anti-Bullying Specialist
        High School Education Liaison &        Kristen Corsale
        HS Anti-Bullying Specialist

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                   MINUTES
11.10 Motion to approve Josh Smolskis as Custodian for the 2018-2019 school
      year at a prorated salary of $34,565, Step 1, pending criminal background
      clearance.
11.11 Motion to approve Kaitlin Quinn as a Leave Replacement for Sara
      Monteiro from May 13, 2019, through June 14, 2019, pending criminal
      background clearance at the certified substitute rate of $85 per diem.

11.12 Motion to approve Michaela Pembleton as a Leave Replacement for
      Lauren Stone from May 9, 2019, through June 14, 2019, pending criminal
      background clearance at the certified substitute rate of $85 per diem.

11.13 Motion to approve the following personnel for the Keyport School
      Extendicare Program for the 2019-2020 school year to be paid from the
      Enterprise Fund (0409).
                   Name                     Position              Stipend
                Lynn Ferber              Site Manager             $3,000
             LeeAnn Romanetz             Site Manager             $3,000

                   Name                     Position             Stipend
                Lynn Ferber                 Teacher            $35 per hour
               Amy Mantino                  Teacher            $35 per hour
             LeeAnn Romanetz                Teacher            $35 per hour
               Lisa Snowden                 Teacher            $35 per hour
                Lori Kernan            Substitute Teacher      $35 per hour
               Sandy Krause            Substitute Teacher      $35 per hour
              Alison Lampart           Substitute Teacher      $35 per hour
              Amy Rodriquez            Substitute Teacher      $35 per hour
               Andrea Walsh            Substitute Teacher      $35 per hour

                   Name                     Position             Stipend
            Deborah Balletta                 Aide            $15.29 per hour
            Pauline Clowney                  Aide            $15.29 per hour
        Minnelly Guerrero-Ventura            Aide            $15.29 per hour
            Marisel Kamper                   Aide            $15.29 per hour
              Jean Leonard                   Aide            $15.29 per hour
              Heidi Martin                   Aide            $15.29 per hour
             Nancy Schanck                   Aide            $15.29 per hour
            Charlene Stumpf             Substitute Aide      $15.29 per hour

11.14 Motion to approve the following staff for the 2019-2020 school year
      pending negotiations:

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             MINUTES

                                                    2019-2020
  Last Name    First Name      Position      Step     Salary
   Andrews     Amanda         Teacher MA      6      62,363
   Annucci       Alexa        Teacher BA      7      60,651
 Anshelewitz    Wilbett       Teacher BA      4      54,751
  Bartolone      Krista       Teacher BA      6      58,651
    Bender       Micah      Teacher MA +30    9      70,319
   Boehler      Barbara       Teacher BA      2      52,651
   Borrelli     Sharon        Teacher BA     16      85,152
    Bower        Steven       Teacher BA      6      58,651
 Braithwaite   Deboney        Teacher BA     13      74,456
  Burgener     Margaret       Teacher MA     16      88,864
   Burgess      Ronald        Teacher BA      7      60,651
 Buttacavole     Alyssa       Teacher BA      5      56,651
  Castellano     Kelly        Teacher BA      7      60,651
   Chudzik      Douglas       Teacher MA     13      78,168
   Clayman        Ilene       Teacher MA      9      68,463
   Corsale      Kristen       Teacher MA      6      62,363
    Cowen      Christine      Teacher BA     13      74,456
   Crincoli      Cadie        Teacher BA      2      52,651
 Cunningham     Vanessa       Teacher MA      7      64,363
  D’Amico       Angela        Teacher BA      2      52,651
    Deily       Cynthia       Teacher MA     11      73,113
   DeToro       Andrea        Teacher MA      4      58,463
   Dinardi      Cynthia       Teacher MA      7      64,363
 Dos Santos    Stephanie    Teacher BA+30     4      56,607
    Ferber        Lynn        Teacher MA     16      88,864
  Fernandez      Alicia       Teacher BA      2      52,651
  Francisco      Alissa       Teacher BA      5      56,651
    Fuller      Jennifer      Teacher MA      9      68,463
   Glezman       Jason      Teacher MA+30     4      60,319
  Goldsmith      Nicole     Teacher BA+30     7      62,507
  Gramaglia      Grace        Teacher MA     14      80,948
    Green        Elissa       Teacher MA      4      58,463
     Gries       Nicole       Teacher BA      6      58,651
   Guttman       Lesley     Teacher BA+30     6      60,507
  Harrison-     Roxana        Teacher MA      2      56,363
  Mendoza
   Herring      Nicholas      Teacher BA      2      52,651
   Hilliard     Brendan       Teacher BA      4      54,751
   Iannotta      Emily        Teacher BA      2      52,651

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             MINUTES

     Jala        Susan       Teacher BA     16    85,152
   Keelan         Kyle      Teacher MA       6    62,363
   Kernan         Lori      Teacher MA      16    88,864
 Koumoulis      Claudia      Teacher BA      3    53,251
   Krause        Sandy       Teacher BA     16    85,152
  Kreutzer       Jillian   Teacher MA+30     5    62,219
   Lampart       Alison     Teacher MA       6    62,363
   LaSalle       Casey       Teacher BA      5    56,651
   Lavilla        Judy     Teacher BA+30    14    79,092
   Leandro      Susanne     Teacher MA       4    58,463
    Lloyd        Lauren      Teacher BA      7    60,651
     Lois       Andrew       Teacher BA      7    60,651
    Lyons        Shaun       Teacher BA      2    52,651
    Mack       Mary Ann     Teacher MA       5    60,363
 Manganelli     Tamme       Teacher MA      16    88,864
   Mantino        Amy       Teacher MA      15    83,798
   Marinos       Alexis      Teacher BA      4    54,751
    Marsh        Lauren     Teacher MA       3    56,963
    Martin     Adrienne     Teacher MA      16    88,864
  McCully       Suzanne      Teacher BA     16    85,152
   McGlue        Lynne       Teacher BA     12    71,956
  McGlynn       Kaitlyn      Teacher BA      8    62,651
  McGrogan     Jeanmarie     Teacher BA     13    74,456
 Meyer-Thein    Lindsay    Teacher MA+30     5    62,219
    Miller        Peter      Teacher BA      6    58,651
  Minuskin        Staci      Teacher BA      9    64,751
  Montiero       Sarah       Teacher BA      4    54,751
   Morelos       Daniel      Teacher BA      4    54,751
   Murphy      Cassandra    Teacher MA      16    88,864
   Murray        Claire      Teacher BA     16   85,352 *
    Oxley        Barrett   Teacher BA+30    15    81,942
    Oxley        Stacey     Teacher MA      14    80,948
   Palmer       Suzanne     Teacher MA       6    62,363
     Perri        Tina      Teacher MA      15    83,798
    Peter       Monica      Teacher MA       7    64,363
    Popiel      Amanda       Teacher BA      6    58,651
    Portee       Marie      Teacher MA       8    66,363
    Quinn        Diane       Teacher BA      9    64,751
  Racioppi       Dawn      Teacher BA +30   15    81,942
    Reash         Jean     Teacher BA+30    16   87,208 *
    Recco        Philip      Teacher BA     10    66,851

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             MINUTES

    Reggio         Candice     Teacher MA      9   68,463
     Ricca        Mary Ann    Teacher BA+30    5   58,507
      Ring           Kelly     Teacher BA      5   56,651
   Rodriguez         Amy      Teacher BA+30    5   58,507
     Rogers        Valerie     Teacher BA     15   80,086
     Rojas-        Jennifer    Teacher BA     12   71,956
   Gutierrez
   Romanetz         Lillian    Teacher MA     10   70,563
    Rowald         Tiffany      Teacher BA     7   60,651
    Santoro        Michele    Teacher BA+30    6   60,507
  Schwarz, Jr.     Stephan      Teacher BA    11   69,401
   Schwartz         Jessica     Teacher BA     4   54,751
     Seres          Nicole      Teacher BA     4   54,751
    Slattery        Tiffani    Teacher MA     14   80,948
   Snowden           Lisa       Teacher BA    16   85,152
     Sproat        Jennifer    Teacher MA     16   88,864
      Stetz         Robert    Teacher MA+60   15   87,510
    Stewart         Owen        Teacher BA     4   54,751
     Stone         Lauren      Teacher MA     14   80,948
     Stroud        Melanie      Teacher BA    14   77,236
     Taylor        Ashley       Teacher BA     5   56,651
    Torchia        Jennifer     Teacher BA     6   58,651
     Tynan         Jacklyn    Teacher MA+30    9   70,319
    Vincent        Lindsay      Teacher BA     5   56,651
    Vitucci          Gina      Teacher MA      6   62,363
  Wackowski        Michele      Teacher BA    16   85,152
     Wallin          Lisa       Teacher BA     6   58,651
     Walsh         Andrea      Teacher MA     15   83,798
    Wesley           Erica     Teacher MA     14   80,948
   Wesley, Jr.      James       Teacher BA    12   71,956
  Westendorf        Jeanne     Teacher MA      6   62,363
     White         Cerelle     Teacher MA     13   78,168
    Zingara        Ashley      Teacher MA      3   56,963
*Includes $200 SE Stipend

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             MINUTES
                                                               2019-2020
  Last Name        First Name              Position              Salary
   Alvarez           Tyler                 PT Aide              10,491
   Balletta          Debra                 PT Aide              10,491
    Barry           Virginia               PT Aide              10,491
    Brady            Jean                  PT Aide              10,491
   Leonard
  Clowney           Pauline                FT Aide              18,348
 Gilgannon           Kelsey                PT Aide              10,491
  Gonzalez           Eileen                FT Aide              18,348
  Guerrero-         Minnelly               FT Aide              18,348
   Ventura
   Kamper           Marisel                FT Aide              18,348
  Klausman          Brienne                PT Aide              10,491
   Layana           Aracelis               PT Aide              10,491
    Martin           Heidi                 FT Aide              18,348
   Nichols            Julie                PT Aide              10,491
  Peterson           Larry             Hallway Monitor          21,322
  Schanck            Nancy                 PT Aide              10,491
    Smith              Al                  Security             20,114
    Smith           Christina              PT Aide              10,491
  Stazzone           Jackie                FT Aide              18,348
   Stumpf           Charlene               FT Aide              18,348
   Waters            Megan                 FT Aide              18,348
 Wojewodzki         Victoria                 Para               22,913

                 First Name                                    2019-2020
  Last Name                              Position                Salary
   Cleveland        Denise      Director Of Special Services   120,981#
      Egan         Christina    Supervisor of Language Arts     98,695
      Flynn         Kevin           Athletic Director/VP       116,690
    Godlesky        Laura         Director of Curriculum       117,070#
   Mammano           Erik                 Principal            114,070
    Palumbo         Joseph         Director of Guidance         98,219
     Pereira        Elijah             Vice Principal           98,695
    Sussino         Kristie      Supervisor of Mathematics      90,000
     Waters        Michael                Principal            127,775
# Includes $3,000 Ed.D. Stipend

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             MINUTES
Last Name            First Name           2019-2020 Step   2019-2020 Salary

      Applegate              Kelly                5              39,250
     Cannizzaro            Michelle              18              53,323**#
       Connor                Laura                8              42,150
        Jones                 Amy                17              52,023**
      Marzario               Gloria              10              44,150
        Maher                 Liz                 5              39,250
      Questore               Cheryl               6              40,550#
SECRETARIES: DOH/STEP
# salary adjustment stipend for $200 AA or $400 BA
**includes secretary longevity

    Last Name            First Name            Step        2019-2020 Salary
       Breen               Steven                6              38,240 *
       Czech                Grace               11              42,940 * **
      DiPoalo             Colleen               10              41,940 * **
       Hewins             Richard                2              36,740 *#
        Hill              Shannon                2              35,240 *
      Jimenez               Roy                OFF              61,911 * ** #
      Jimenez              Donna                21              54,342 **
        Kreft              Donna                10              41,940 * **
      Masucci             Luciano                8              39,940 *
      O'Toole              James               OFF              58,517 * ** #
       Smith                Peter               14              46,317 * **
      Smolkis               Josh                 1              34,565
       Tango             Francesca               4              36,740 *
       Torres             William                2                37,740 *#
*Includes Firemen’s License
** Includes Longevity
# Maintenance/Grounds

       Last Name                  First Name           2019-2020 Salary
        Borders                     Dylan                  $61,000
         Gallo                      Robin                  $50,442
        Guevara                     Pablo                  $81,215
         Ioele                     Bonnie                  $53,911
        Kamras                       Josie                 $54,134
       Lockwood                     Tracy                  $32,844
         Ortiz                     Johanna                 $52,981
        Tallarico                   Tristan                $44,299

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           REGULAR ACTION MEETING – MAY 8, 2019
                        MINUTES
    11.15 Motion to approve Kelly O’Donnell, Athletic Trainer, to work 30 days in
          May/June at a per diem rate of $278.82.

    11.16 Motion to approve, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, that
          the Board of Education approves the sidebar agreement with the Keyport
          Education Association regarding the terms and conditions of employment
          for the Athletic Trainer.

    11.17 Motion to approve Kelly O’Donnell, Athletic Trainer, Step 1; MA,
          $61,339 ($55,763 plus 10%) effective July 1, 2019, through June 30,
          2020, pending negotiations.

    11.18 Motion to approve Alyssa Lyons, Georgian Court University, to conduct
          her 1,200-hour school psychology externship beginning September 2019
          thru June 30, 2020.

    Motion was made by Mrs. Panzarelli, seconded by Mr. Moroney to approve
    motions 10.1 to 12.1.

    The following board discussion ensued:
   Mrs. Abrahamsen stated that she disagrees with the creation of the athletic trainer
    position. She wants to see money go to something education based.
   Mr. Moroney understands why it is a good idea for an athletic trainer. However,
    he doesn’t support the outlay of resources at this time with the current situation of
    low academic achievement levels particularly at the high school. It seems
    irresponsible to hire a full time staff on tenure track whose job is not primarily
    supporting academic achievement and would directly be benefitting a small
    portion of the student body. There is no articulation for an athletic position or a
    similar position in the strategic plan and this is our guiding document. The
    completion of the track is in the strategic plan which is why he supported the
    track.
   Mr. White asked what Mrs. Abrahamsen and Mr. Moroney suggest using the
    money for.
   Mrs. Abrahamsen stated that the money could go towards mathematics, STEM,
    steam, robotics, even music. It doesn’t necessarily have to be used for teachers.
    It could be programs or material resources. Mr. Moroney did not want to
    comment on how the funds should be used but he feels the athletic trainer does
    not support academic achievement.
   Mr. Stahley feels the additional investment in athletics as opposed to other needs
    really concern him. He spoke with Dr. Savoia and really thought about it but in
    the end he is still going to vote no on this decision.
   Mr. White asked what is new with the attendance policy motion.

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   Mrs. Kutschman understands everyone’s point of view. Safety is as important as
    academics. If students want to play athletics at college level, they need to be safe
    on the field or court. Coaches need to have someone to assist them in case
    anyone gets injured on the field.
   Mr. White feels that on face value he needs to support the motion for a trainer.
   Mr. Moroney understands the need for physical safety and it should be one of our
    number one priorities. He does think the athletic dept. is supported. We have a
    doctor.
   Mrs. Kutschman stated that the doctor is not at the games.
   Mr. Moroney stated the athletic trainer would not be at every game either because
    there are multiple games.
   Mrs. Kutschman stated that the athletic trainer would be at all the home games
    and there are always athletic trainers at the other facilities.
   Mr. Moroney stated we are funding a football trainer for a $9,000 stipend.
   Dr. Savoia stated that position is a part-time position and that positon would not
    exist. That person does not service the students during the day.
   Mr. White asked Dr. Savoia if she could expand the position to teach.
   Mrs. Abrahamsen stated that we represent every student in the district and not just
    those that play athletics.
   Mr. Hausmann had reservations at first. After having conversations about what
    the job entails, he believes that it is the right thing to do.
   Mr. White asked Mr. Moroney if the position had more of an instructional
    component would he feel better about it.
   Mr. Moroney stated that there is just so much money in the budget and, if
    approved, chances of removing the position after one year is pretty slim. In terms
    of coursework, it could be part of what their duties are and it would soften the
    blow for him. It could be a very good thing for those students but it would be a
    very small number of students.

    Motions carried by unanimous roll call vote of 9-0 with the exception of Mrs.
    Abrahamsen, Mr. Moroney and Mr. Stahley who voted negative on 11.15 through
    11.17 which carried by roll call vote of 6-3. Mr. White abstained on motions 11.2
    and 11.14 and Mr. McGrogan abstained on motions 11.1 and motion 11.13.

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            REGULAR ACTION MEETING – MAY 8, 2019
                         MINUTES

12.0 Policy –
     12.1   Motion to approve the following policy for first reading to be available to
            view on the district website after the second reading:
            P 2431         Athletic Competition

     Motion was made by Mrs. Panzarelli, seconded by Mr. Moroney to approve
     motions 10.1 to 12.1. Motion 12.1 carried by unanimous roll call vote of 9-0.

13.0 Old Business – None

14.0 New Business

     14.1   Mrs. Panzarelli stated college acceptances are listed on our website. We
            should be proud of our students. There are many students who have been
            accepted into colleges. She would like to see them get scholarships as
            well. She will be attending the Delegates Assembly on May 18 as the
            delegate representative. She will also be attending Legislative Day which
            is school boards and PTA and will have legislators from all over the state
            discussing issues impacting public schools. Mr. Hausmann is attending
            too. If anyone is interested in finding out more about state policy, they are
            welcome to join them on the 18th.

     14.2   Mr. Hausmann attended NJSBA GPS Visionary Leadership Conference in
            Princeton. Topics included successful board presidents, board member
            personalities and styles, president and superintendent relationships,
            parliamentary procedure, student achievements, etc. Microsoft sponsored
            it and had an immersive reader for dyslexic kids which was really
            impressive. There was a lot of talk on Student Achievement CTE
            program.

     14.3   Mr. Moroney wants to discuss the April 10th meeting. Attorney
            Lattiboudere asked him to refrain from questions. Mr. Moroney wants to
            know if he crossed a line at the meeting.

            Attorney Lattiboudere stands by his action; he spoke to Mr. Moroney that
            evening. Under Roberts Rules, the discussion on a vote should be
            germane to the vote.

            Attorney Lattiboudere stated that there was not an issue regarding the
            questions that were asked or the fact that there was a discussion with an
            administrator during a discussion on a vote. There are times when you can
            have discussions that are open ended. It had gotten to the point there was

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             MINUTES
extended discussion and there was a question that it did not seem germane
to the vote. It seemed philosophical to him. Mr. Moroney disagreed with
the attorney and felt that it was a fundamental question.

Mr. Lattiboudere stated the other competing interest was that there was
extended discussions on multiple items on the vote and there are limits
under Roberts Rules. He was being mindful of the rights of others to ask
questions and he became concerned with the procedure that board
members could use to call a question. There were a number of board
members that did not have any discussion on any of the remaining ten
items. His job is to be parliamentarian in supporting the president in that
role. Every board member should have the opportunity to have their say
during a discussion for that vote. He probably would not have raised his
concern had this been a workshop meeting and not a regular action
meeting.

Mr. Moroney reminded Attorney Lattiboudere that there was not a
workshop meeting before this vote.

Attorney Lattiboudere stated if the goal was to get a presentation that goes
into all areas of a particular topic the way to do that procedurally, is to go
to the Board President and Superintendent who set the agenda for this
board and ask for a presentation. At that point, you can go as long as you
need to have a conversation of that discussion.

Attorney Lattiboudere’s goal is to have the collective body understand
there are procedures that must be followed and that others must be
considered with their right to discuss. He had never seen an actual
discussion in the middle of a vote. This was unusual and he never
intended to shut anyone down.

Mr. Moroney asked the attorney that if this was a workshop meeting
would he have stopped him from asking his question and the attorney said
he would not have.

Mr. White offered Mr. Moroney unsolicited advice from his experience as
a tenured board member. He suggested that Mr. Moroney read the room a
little bit. If people are glazing over it may be time to pull it back a little.
If it is germane to the conversation and parliamentary is allowing it, go for
it but even then read the room. There were a lot of things on the agenda
that evening. He doesn’t think anyone wanted to shut Mr. Moroney down.

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                         MINUTES
     14.4   Mr. Stahley asked for clarification between committee of the whole vs.
            having someone report out to the board. The attorney explained that the
            workshop meetings substitute for how other boards conduct individual
            committee meetings. We are a committee of the whole in which every
            member has a right to all the information.

15.0 Public Participation

         April Riley, 213 Maple Place asked the district to look at a safety concern
            on Division Street between the High School and Central School. There
            are two openings where people can walk through the gates. She would
            like to see the area get addressed.

16.0 Adjournment to Executive Session (TIME: 8:24 p.m.)
     16.1   RESOLVED by the Keyport Board of Education as per Chapter 231, P.L.
            1975:
            a. That it is hereby determined that it is necessary to meet in Executive
               Session on May 8, 2019, to discuss
                  --Personnel
                  --Finance
                  --Pupil Privacy
                  --Contract negotiations
                  --Grievances
                  --Facilities project issues
            b.    The matters discussed will be made public if and when
                  confidentiality is no longer required and action pursuant to said
                  discussion shall take place only at a public meeting.
            c.    Length of meeting thought to be approximately one hour.
            d.    Action may be taken upon return to Open Session.

            MOTION:        Mrs. Panzarelli       SECOND: Mrs. Kutschman

17.0 Return to Open Session (TIME: 9:00 p.m.)

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18.0 Adjournment

    18.1    Upon motion by Mrs. Abrahamsen, seconded by Mrs. Panzarelli, the
            meeting was adjourned at 9:01 p.m.

                                              Respectfully Submitted,

                                              Anthony Rapolla
                                              Board Attorney/Board Secretary

    AR:bi

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