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TRENTON BOARD OF EDUCATION

108 North Clinton Avenue

Trenton, New Jersey 08609

CONFERENCE BOARD MEETING AGENDA

Monday – March 9, 2009 - 6:30 P.M.

I. PRELIMINARY ACTIONS(5 minutes)

A. Call to Order

B. Pledge of Allegiance

C. Roll Call

D. New Jersey Sunshine Law

The New Jersey Public Meetings Law was enacted to ensure the right to the public to have advanced notice of and to attend the meetings of public bodies at which any business affecting their interest is discussed or acted on.

On the rules of this act, the Trenton Board of Education has caused notice of this meeting by publicizing the date, time and place, therefore posted in the Central Services Building, 108 North Clinton Avenue, City Clerk’s Office, City Hall and the Times. Anyone whose name is on the mailing list should receive a notice.

E. Adoption of Agenda ACTION

  1. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION(30 Minutes)

III. PRESENTATIONS(30 Minutes)

  1. Strategic Plan/Instructional Priorities Superintendent Lofton

  2. March Safety Month Lena Fulton, Atlantic Associates

IV. SUPERINTENDENT’S REMARKS (5 minutes)

V. BOARD MEMBER COMMENTS (10 minutes)

VI. BOARD DISCUSSION ON CONSENT AGENDA(20 minutes)

Meeting Minutes:

Board Special Meeting Minutes for February 4, 2009

Board Conference & Executive Session Minutes for February 9, 2009

Board Regular & Executive Session Minutes for February 23, 2009

Superintendent’s Recommendations:

Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment & Student Services (1)

Human Resources (2)

Finance & Facilities (3)

Board Committee Reports:

Buildings & Grounds, Mr. Brown, 2/5/09

Curriculum, Dr. Guzman, 3/5/09

Finance, Mr. Brown, 2/20/09

Human Resources, Dr. Campbell, 2/4/09

Student Services, Ms. Balmir, 2/6/09

VII. BOARD SECRETARY’S AND TREASURER’S REPORT TOACTION

THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, DISTRICT OF TRENTON

  • Board Secretary’s Report, January 31, 2009

  • Board Treasurer’s Report, January 31, 2009

VIII. ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION

IX. REOPEN PUBLIC MEETING

X. ADJOURN

MARCH 23, 2009 REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

I. PRELIMINARY ACTIONS(5 minutes)

A. Call to Order

B. Pledge of Allegiance

C. Roll Call

D. New Jersey Sunshine Law

The New Jersey Public Meetings Law was enacted to ensure the right to the public to have advanced notice of and to attend the meetings of public bodies at which any business affecting their interest is discussed or acted on.

On the rules of this act, the Trenton Board of Education has caused notice of this meeting by publicizing the date, time and place, therefore posted in the Central Services Building, 108 North Clinton Avenue, City Clerk’s Office, City Hall and the Times. Anyone whose name is on the mailing list should receive a notice.

E. Adoption of Agenda ACTION

II. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION (15 Minutes)

  1. PRESENTATIONS

1. 2009/2010 Proposed Transportation Plan/Parent Focus Groups Terri Jenkins and

David Weathington

  1. SUPERINTENDENT’S REMARKS (5 minutes)

V. BOARD MEMBER COMMENTS(10 minutes)

VI. BOARD APPROVAL OF THE CONSENT AGENDAACTION (15 minutes)

Meeting Minutes:

Board Special Meeting Minutes for February 4, 2009

Board Conference & Executive Session Minutes for February 9, 2009

Board Regular & Executive Session Minutes for February 23, 2009

Superintendent’s Recommendations:

Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment & Student Services (1)

Human Resources (2)

Finance & Facilities (3)

Board Committee Reports:

Buildings & Grounds, Mr. Brown, 2/5/09

Curriculum, Dr. Guzman, 3/5/09

Finance, Mr. Brown, 2/20/09

Human Resources, Dr. Campbell, 2/4/09

Student Services, Ms. Balmir, 2/6/09

  1. ADJOURN

VI.CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTIONS BY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

1. CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION, ASSESSMENT & STUDENT SERVICES

CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION & ASSESSMENT:

  1. Resolution to Apply for Improving Literacy Through School Libraries Program

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the Resolution to Apply for Improving Literacy Through School Libraries Program for Fiscal Year 2009. This is a US Department of Education Grant. Award Date: July 2009; Award not to exceed $500,000; Award period: Twelve (12) months. ACTION IS REQUESTED AT THE MARCH 9, 2009 CONFERENCE MEETING.

  1. Resolution for Board Review of Early Childhood Program State Aid Enrollment Report as of October 15, 2008

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the Resolution for Board Review of Early Childhood Program State Aid Enrollment Report as of October 15, 2008. The report was completed following a review by the Department of Education, Office of Fiscal Accountability and Compliance, regarding the District’s recordkeeping procedures for reporting student enrollment on the ASSA. The Board is required to review publicly all of the findings contained in the report. (Attachment 1-b)

  1. Resolution Approving the Designation of Trenton Central High School West as a Separate School

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the Resolution Approving the Designation of Trenton Central High School West as a Separate School. This separate distinction will allow the District to better serve the educational needs of the students.

  1. Educational Services Contract – EverFi, Inc.

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the Resolution for an Educational Services Contract with EverFi, Inc., for a program to provide literacy financial modules to students, for the period April 1, 2009 through June 19, 2009 at a cost not to exceed $3,000.00. The program will be a high school initiative involving 40 students at Trenton Central High School and Daylight/Twilight. The total cost of the program is $8,000.00. Janssen Pharmaceutical Company will contribute $5,000.00 towards the cost.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the direction of the Superintendent of Schools, directs administration to obtain a purchase order and have it provided to the vendor/consultant prior to receiving any goods or services from said vendor/consultant.

(Account Code: 20-235-200-320-0800-07-82)

  1. Memorandums of Understanding with Service Providers for SIA Part (g) Schools

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the Memorandums of Understanding with Service Providers for School Improvement Allocation Part (g) Schools as follows:

Service Provider

School Name

Amount

GAAP Code

Standard Solutions Consulting

P.J. Hill School

$51,570.00

20-236-200-320-0000-09-32

PEI Kids Incorporated

P.J. Hill School

$4,290.00

20-236-200-320-0000-09-32

Foundation for Educational Administration

P.J. Hill School

$22,800.00

20-236-200-320-0000-09-32

Standard Solutions Consulting

Grace A. Dunn Middle School

$51,570.00

20-236-200-300-0000-09-10

Scholastic

Grace A. Dunn Middle School

$24,470.10

20-236-100-600-0000-09-10

American Reading Company

Hedgepeth/Williams School

$39,846.00

20-236-200-300-0000-09-08 $8,500.00

20-236-200-600-0000-09-08

$31,346.00

Foundation for Educational Administration

Hedgepeth/Williams School

$1,500.00

20-236-200-300-0000-09-08

Language Arts Intervention Teacher

Hedgepeth/Williams School

$58,625.00

20-236-100-101-0000-09-08

Standard Solutions Consulting

Joyce Kilmer School

$36,270.00

20-236-100-320-0000-09-24

Funding Period is March 10, 2009 to June 30, 2009. ACTION IS REQUESTED AT THE MARCH 9, 2009 CONFERENCE MEETING

CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION & ASSESSMENT – Area A Schools:

  1. Student Study Trips

BE IT RESOLVED: “that the Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the following field trips.” ** ACTION IS REQUESTED AT THE MARCH 9, 2009 CONFERENCE MEETING

 

 

 

 

 

Type

No. of

 

 

 

Agenda

Applicant

School

Destination

Purpose

Edu./Inct.

Students

Date

Funds

Cost

GAAP Code

March

Carol Hill

Grant

Wegman's

Princeton NJ

Health lesson

Edu/Inct

20

4/22/2009

Date Change

No cost to the board

March

M. Iapalucci

Day/Twi.

Isles Youth Build

American Museum of Natural History

New York NY

Biology and Social studies

Edu/Inct

55

4/8/2009

No cost to the board

March ***

Mrs. Eutz

Grant

Please Touch Museum

Philadelphia PA

Science

Edu/Inct

57

3/13/2009

No cost to the board

March

Ms. White

H/W

Harlem, Your Way Tour

New York NY

History

Edu/Inct

110

4/3/2009

Board

6,903

15-190-100-890-0000-00-08

March

M. Purvis

H/W

Univ. of Penn.

Philadelphia PA

Health/Phys. Ed.

Edu/Inct

35

4/24/2009

Board

840

15-190-100-890-0000-00-08

March

Ms. Galambos

Mr. Harris

H/W

The Lion King

New York NY

Performing Arts

Edu/Inct

52

6/3/2009

Board

6,248

15-190-100-890-0000-00-08

March

Y.Phillips

Mott

UA Movies at Marketfair

Princeton NJ

Rewards program

Edu/Inct

53

6/11/2009

No cost to the board

March

Y.Phillips

Mott

Holiday Skating

Delran NJ

Rewards program

Edu/Inct

53

6/9/2009

No cost to the board

March

Y. Phillips

Mott

Marriot Hotel

Coco Key Water Resort

Mt. Laurel NJ

Implement skills learned during school year

Edu/Inct

54

6/8/2009

No cost to the board

March

Y.Phillips

Mott

Curtis Surburban Lanes

Ewing NJ

Rewards program

Edu/Inct

53

6/10/2009

No cost to the board

March

M.Lantz/

Yelder

Grant

Chestnut Ave. Garden

Trenton NJ

Social Studies

ISLES Garden

Edu/Inct

155

4/7/2009

No cost to the board

March

C.Drummond,

A.Hill

H/W

"Frogbridge"

Millstone Twp NJ

8th Grade Reward Outing

Edu/Inct

120

6/9/2009

Board

4,989

15-190-100-890-0000-00-08

March

S.Chant,

E.Brown

Washington

Howell Living Farm

Titusville NJ

Farm Life

Edu/Inct

30

4/8/2009

No cost to the board

March

K.Harris

Gregory

Mercer Co. Airport Aviation School

Ewing NJ

Lesson on occupations and types of trans.

Edu/Inct

30

4/1/2009

No cost to the board

March

Ms. White

H/W

Harlem, Your Way Tour

New York, NY

Performing Arts

Edu/Inct

110

5/29/2009

Board

6,903

15-190-100-0000-00-08

March

M.Iapalucci

Daylight/

Twi.

ISLES Youthbuild

Trenton Annual Litter March

Trenton NJ

Citizenship

Edu/Inct

50

4/22/2009

No cost to the board

March

M.Iapalucci

Daylight/

Twi.

ISLES Youthbuild

Black Holocaust Museum

Philadelphia PA

History

Edu/Inct

50

4/3/2009

Date Change

No cost to the board

March

D.Frascella

L.Vogel

Monument

Jenkinson Aquarium

Point Pleasant NJ

Science lesson

Edu/Inct

40

4/1/2009

Date Change

Board

515

15-000-270-572-0000-00-25

15-190-100-590-0000-00-25

March

Georgevich

Jones

Powers

Gregory

Valley Road Picnic

Hopewell NJ

Grades 4-8

Edu/Inct

200

6/15/2009

Date Change

No cost to the board

March

Georgevich

Jones

Powers

Gregory

Valley Road Picnic

Hopewell NJ

Pre K-3

Edu/Inct

200

5/11/2009

Date Change

No cost to the board

March

L.Steele

S.Hoggan

Monument

Ben Franklin Science Museum

Philadelphia PA

Science lesson

Edu/Inct

20

4/29/2009

No cost to the board

March

L.Wyatt-Simpson

Harrison

NJ State Police Headquarters

West Trenton NJ

Law enforcement

Edu/Inct

45

5/14/2009

No cost to the board

March

M.Dougherty

J.Ayling

Robbins Annex

Rutgers Geological Museum

New Brunswick NJ

Science lesson

Edu/Inct

18

4/7/2009

No cost to the board

March

Ms. Rodas

Grant

Sesame Street

Langhorne PA

Science lesson

Edu/Inct

28

6/10/2009

Date Change

No cost to the board

March

E.Johnson

21st CCLC

Dunn, Kilmer, H/W and Monument

Holiday Roller Rink

Delanco NJ

Phys. Ed. & Socialization

Edu/Inct

30

4/10 & 24

5/15 & 29

6/5 & 12

No cost to the board

March ***

R.Pitts-Ramsey

Grant

KidsBridge Children's Museum @ TCNJ

Ewing NJ

Lesson on stereotypes, prejudices & discrimination

Edu/Inct

50

3/20 & 30

4/1 & 3

No cost to the board

CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION & ASSESSMENT – Area B Schools:

  1. Student Study Trips

BE IT RESOLVED: “that the Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the following field trips.” ** ACTION IS REQUESTED AT THE MARCH 9, 2009 CONFERENCE MEETING

 

 

 

 

 

Type

No. of

 

 

 

Agenda

Applicant

School

Destination

Purpose

Edu/Inct

Students

Date

Funds

Cost

GAAP Code

March

Sunshine, Curry

Wilson

Pump It Up

Hamilton Square NJ

Improvement of Social Skills

Edu/Inct

25

6/5/2009

Grant

$309.30

20-211-100-800-0000-00-59

March ***

M. Grant

TCHS-M

Rutgers University

Newark NJ

Empower today's youth

Edu/Inct

90

4/24/2009

Board

$4,062.50

20-470-100-600-0000-09-05

March ***

M. Burks

TCHS-M

Princeton Physics Lab

Princeton NJ

Increase interest in science

Edu/Inct

60

3/13/2009

No cost to the Board

March

T. Harris

Kilmer

NJ State Museum

Trenton NJ

Study of Astronomy

Edu/Inct

60

5/28/2009

Board

$190.00

15-190-100-890-0000-00-24

March

T. Harris

Kilmer

Philadelphia Zoo

Philadelphia PA

Life cycles of plants & animals

Edu/Inct

60

5/21/2009

Board

$1,536.75

15-190-100-890-0000-00-24

March

T. Harris

Kilmer

Liberty Science Center

Jersey City NJ

Observation

Edu/Inct

45

4/2/2009

Board

$857.50

15-190-100-890-0000-00-24

March

L. Freimark

TCHS-M

State House

Trenton NJ

Capitol Forum

Edu/Inct

10

4/24/2009

Board

$300.00

15-000-270-512-0000-00-05

March ***

T. Harris

Kilmer

Franklin Institute

Philadelphia PA

Importance of exercise

Edu/Inct

90

3/11/2009

Board

$1,727.50

15-190-100-890-0000-00-24

March

M. Burks

TCHS-W

TCHS-Chambers

Trenton NJ

Annual Career Fair

Edu/Inct

100

2/25/2009

No cost to the Board

March

B. Torrence

TCHS-N

Great Wolf Lodge

Scotrun, PA

Graduation Incentive

Edu/Inct

40

5/25 thru 5/27/2009

Fund-raiser/

Student

pay

$7,385.00

No cost to the Board

March

S. Grady

TCHS-M

Hamilton Bowling Lane

Hamilton NJ

Social and recreational activities

Edu/Inct

150

7/10/2009

Board

$1,650.00

20-315-200-600-0001-09-82

March

S. Gardy

TCHS-M

Millennium Skating Rink

Camden NJ

Social and recreational activities

Edu/Inct

150

7/17/2009

Board

$1,648.50

20-315-200-500-0001-09-82

March

R. Thompson

Dunn, H/W, Kilmer, Monument

Holiday Roller Skating

Delanco NJ

21st Century Afterschool Program

Edu/Inct

50

3/13/2009

3/27/2009

No cost to the Board

  1. Resolution and Proposal for Breakfast Program at Parker School

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the Resolution and Proposal for the Breakfast Program at Parker School for the period September 8, 2008 through June 19, 2009 at a cost not to exceed $4,680.00. The program will provide 150 students in Grades PreK-5 with a healthy breakfast in a safe and secure environment.

(Account Code: 15-190-100-106-0009-00-27)

  1. Proposal for School To Careers/Six Flags Great Adventure Summer Employment Program at Trenton Central High School

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the Proposal for the School To Careers/Six Flags Great Adventure Summer Employment Program at Trenton Central High School for the period June 20, 2009 through October 31, 2009 at no cost to the Board. The program will provide 30-40 students in Grades 9-12 with the opportunity to earn money and save for the upcoming school year. Students will attend weekly Employability Skills Workshops facilitated by the Coordinator-Workforce Relations and conducted by Junior Achievement Business Partners, Mercer County Chamber of Commerce Partners and guest speakers. Students are eligible for free roundtrip transportation from TCHS-Chambers to Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ. Students and Parents/Guardians must sign the Transportation/Workshop Contract and the Standards of Conduct Contract.

  1. Resolution for New Jersey Primary Care Association Health Program at Dunn Middle School

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the Resolution for the New Jersey Primary Care Association Health Program at Dunn Middle School on May 15, 2009 at no cost to the Board. The one-day program, to coincide with National Women’s Health Week, is entitled “Be Safe, Be Healthy, Be Happy” and will target the Seventh Grade female population at Dunn Middle School to empower them, instilling knowledge, self-awareness and hope.

2. HUMAN RESOURCES

  1. Retirement(s)

BE IT RESOLVED that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following retirements:

1. Ms. Eva Manfredi – 27 years – 4 Hour Food Server – Franklin Elementary School, effective July 1, 2009. (60-910-310-110-0000-00-62)

2. Mr. Richard Tushingham – 3 years – Language Arts Teacher – Hill Elementary School, effective July 1, 2009. (15-130-100-101-0000-00-32)

3. Ms. Sharon Johnson – 34 years – Paraprofessional – Rivera Elementary School,

effective July 1, 2009. (15-190-100-106-0000-42-15)

4. Ms. Joan Wysocke– 35 years – Lunchroom Aide – Franklin Elementary School,

effective July 1, 2009. (11-000-262-110-0000-62-00)

  1. Ms. Carol Ann McDonough – 26 years – Lunchroom Aide– Franklin Elementary School, effective July1, 2009. (11-000-262-110-0000-62-00)

  1. Ms. Teresa Diaz - 16 years – Bilingual Education Teacher – Wilson Elementary School, effective July 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0009-00-31)

  1. Ms. Linda Harney – 31 years – Paraprofessional – Wilson Elementary School, effective July 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0009-00-31)

  1. Ms. Constance Hurtt – 36 years – Music Teacher – Wilson Elementary School, effective July 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0000-01-31)

  1. Ms. Edythe McAlinden – 26 years – Elementary Teacher – Hill Elementary School, effective July 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0000-00-32)

  1. Ms. Judith Wilson – 38 years – In School Suspension Teacher – Mott Elementary School, effective July 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0000-00-26)

  1. Ms. Vivian Lee – 33 years – Special Education Teacher –Trenton High School-West, effective May 1, 2009. (15-213-100-101-0000-00-05)

  1. Mr. Peter Harris – 24 years – Coordinator of Technology – Administration Building, effective July 1, 2009. (11-000-252-104-0000-00-64)

  1. Ms. Barbara Berkman – 39 years – Early Childhood Teacher Liaison – Early Childhood Department, effective July 1, 2009. (20-211-100-101-0000-00-59)

  1. Ms. Mildra Freeman – 31 years – Paraprofessional – Monument Elementary School, effective February 1, 2009. (11-000-219-104-0000-00-84)

  1. Ms. Caroline Valyo-Bucci – 26 years – Cleaner LT/PT – Daylight/Twilight School, effective July 1, 2009. (11-000-262-110-0000-52-61)

  1. Mr. Charles W. Sims – 5 years – Mathematics Teacher – Trenton High School - Main, effective July 1, 2009. (15-140-100-101-0000-00-05)

  1. Ms. Davetta Johnson – 10 years – Paraprofessional – Hedgepeth/Williams, effective March 1, 2009. (15-190-100-106-0000-42-08)

  1. Ms. Kathleen Brewer – 20 years – Cleaner Light/Part time – Hedgepeth/Williams, effective April 1, 2009. (11-000-262-110-0000-52-61)

  1. Mr. Steven McLaurin – 31 years – 8 Hour Cook – Commissary, effective

July 1, 2009. (60-910-310-110-0000-00-62)

  1. Ms. Sherry Byrd – 9 years – Early Childhood PIRT Liaison – Early Childhood Department, effective July 1, 2009. (20-211-100-101-0000-00-59)

  1. Ms. Dedra Wood – 19 years – Director II – Nutrition Services Department, effective July 1, 2009. (60-910-310-110-0000-00-62)

  1. Mr. John Holling – Bus Driver (12 months) – Transportation Department, effective July 1, 2009. (11-000-270-160-0001-00-65)

  1. Resignation(s)

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following resignation(s):

        1. Ms. Donna Moore – Early Childhood Teacher Liaison – Early Childhood

Department, effective March 1, 2009. (20-211-100-101-0000-00-59)

        1. Ms. Betty Price – Confidential Secretary – Human Resources Department, effective March 16, 2009. (11-000-251-105-0000-00-52)

ACTION : March 9, 2009

  1. Suspension

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of School, approve the following suspension:

        1. Approve the suspension with pay of Deborah Harris -Food Server - Robbins Annex, effective February 9, 2009. (60-910-310-110-0000-00-62)

NOTE: Pending further action.ACTION : March 9, 2009

  1. Termination

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following termination:

        1. Approve the termination of Deborah Harris - Food Server - Robbins Annex, effective March 24, 2009. (60 910 310 110 0000 00 62)

ACTION : March 9, 2009

  1. Emergent Hiring(s)

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following emergent hires:

(New employees from outside the District)

1. Substitute Teachers, effective April 1, 2009 through June 30, 2009.

a. Nicole Braswell

j. Deborah Yellen

b. Brandon Cartlidge

k. Felicia Terrell

c. Michele Cullen

l. Karla Howell

d. Damani Hamlet

m. Emily Orso

e. Denise Ramsey

n. Nneka Jefferson

f. Channing Reed

o. Anarlise Fagan

g. Terri Robinson

p. Louis Dziewa

h. Jason Sidor

q. David Schorr

i. Shawn Dodson

NOTE: $80 – Substitute Certification

$85 – Certificate of Eligibility Certification

$100 – Certificate of Eligibility with Advance Standing Certification

$125 – Standard Certification

(11-120-100-101-0000-43-52) (Elementary School)

(11-130-100-101-0000-44-52) (Middle School)

(11-140-100-101-0000-45-52) (High School)

  1. Appointments

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following appointments:

1. Ms. Andrea Bloom – Long-Term Substitute – Kilmer School – at the salary of $47,201 BA, Step 1-TEA, effective February 5, 2009 through April 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-120-100-101-0000-00-24)

2. Mr. Stanton Deriel – Long-Term Substitute – Kilmer School – at the salary of $47,201 BA, Step 1-TEA, effective January 23, 2009 through March 10, 2009, pro-rated. (15-120-100-101-0000-00-24)

3. Ms. Domenica Lopreato – Long-Term Substitute (Extended) – Robbins Annex – at the salary of $47,201 BA, Step 1-TEA, effective January 6, 2009 through March 6, 2009,pro-rated. (15-120-100-101-0000-00-28)

4. Ms. Jacqueline Gaskill – Long-Term Substitute (Extended) – Mott School – at the salary of $47,201 BA, Step 1-TEA, effective January 23, 2009 through March 10, 2009, pro-rated. (15-120-100-101-0000-00-26)

5. Ms. Tamika Cabell – Long-Term Substitute (Extended) – Kilmer School – at the salary of $47,201 BA, Step 1-TEA, effective January 23, 2009 through March 10, 2009, pro-rated. (15-120-100-101-0000-00-24)

  1. Leave(s) of Absence

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following leave(s) of absence:

1. Ms. Michele McCray – Paraprofessional – Jefferson Elementary School, medical leave of absence with pay, effective December 22, 2008 through February 6, 2009 and without pay effective February 9, 2009 through February 27, 2009.

(20-211-100-106-0000-00-59)

2. Ms. Kathy Jones – Paraprofessional – Franklin Elementary School, medical leave of absence with pay, effective December 10, 2008 through February 13, 2009 and without pay, effective February 17, 2009 through May 15, 2009.

(15-190-100-106-0000-00-19)

3. Mr. Robert Pearson – Computer Teacher – Hill Elementary School, medical leave of absence with pay, effective February 24, 2009 through May 31, 2009.

(15-120-100-101-0000-01-32)

4. Mr. Timothy Floyd – Security Officer – Trenton High School – Medical Arts, medical leave of absence without pay, effective January 1, 2009 through

June 30, 2009. (15-000-262-110-0001-00-05)

NOTE: Pending the approval for Disability Retirement.

5. Mr. Edgardo Figueroa – Security Officer – Dunn Middle School, medical leave of absence with pay, effective November 12, 2008 through November 30, 2008 and without pay effective December 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009.

(15-000-262-110-0001-00-10)

  1. Ms. Vivian Lee-Special Education Teacher-Trenton High School-West, medical leave of absence with pay, effective February 4, 2009 through April 30, 2009.

(15-213-100-101-0000-00-05)

  1. Ms. Stephanie Wesch-Mathematics Teacher-Dunn Middle School, maternity leave of absence with pay, effective April 27, 2009 though May 15, 2009, and maternity leave of absence without pay effective May 16, 2009 through June 13, 2009, and childcare leave June 14, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (15-130-100-101-0000-00-10)

  1. Ms. Lorreshia Ware-Senior Secretary-Wilson Elementary School, maternity leave of absence with pay, effective February 17, 2009 through March 5, 2009, and without pay March 6, 2009 through April 8, 2009. (15-000-240-105-0000-00-31)

  1. Ms. Anna Alpizar-Heavy Cleaner-Columbus School, medical leave of absence with pay effective, February 5, 2009 through March 12, 2009.

(11-000-262-110-0000-52-61)

  1. Mr. Richard Horn- Carpenter-Buildings and Grounds, medical leave of absence with pay, effective February 16, 2009 through April 16, 2009. (11-000-262-110-0000-53-61)

  1. Ms. Evelyn Mora-Bilingual Elementary Teacher- Wilson School, medical leave of absence with pay, effective January 2, 2009 through February 1, 2009.

(15-241-100-101-0000-00-31)

  1. Mr. Linell Burrell – Social Studies Teacher – Daylight/Twilight, medical leave of absence with pay effective December 21, 2008 through February 16, 2009.

(15-140-100-101-0000-00-35)

13. Ms. Maria Delgado – Assistant Custodian – Hedgepeth/Williams, medical leave

of absence with pay, effective January 9, 2009 through February 6, 2009, and

without pay, effective February 7, 2009 through March 14, 2009.

(11-000-262-110-0000-52-61)

14. Ms. Nicole Walsh – Special Education Teacher – Hill Elementary School,

maternity leave of absence with pay, effective April 27, 2009 through May 19, 2009, and childcare leave of absence without pay effective May 20, 2009 through May 28, 2009. (15-204-100-101-0000-00-32)

15. Ms. Philicia Baker – Security Officer – Trenton High School – Medical Arts,

medical leave without pay, effective February 5, 2009 through March 13, 2009.

(15-000-262-110-0001-00-05)

16. Ms. Carolyn Page – Security Officer – Trenton High School – Medical Arts,

medical leave of absence with pay, effective January 30, 2009 through

March 27, 2009. (15-000-262-110-0001-00-05)

17. Ms. Lidia Durling – Elementary Teacher– Columbus Elementary School,

maternity leave of absence with pay, effective March 16, 2009 through

May 22, 2009, and childcare leave without pay, effective May 26, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (15-110-100-101-0000-00-17)

18. Ms. Dolores DeJesus – 7 Hour Unit Leader– Kilmer Elementary School,

medical leave of absence without pay, effective February 7, 2009 through

February 20, 2009. (60-910-310-110-0000-00-62)

19. Ms. Mary Fletcher – Art Teacher – Washington Elementary School,

medical leave of absence with pay, effective February 2, 2009 through

March 16, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0000-01-30)

  1. Mr. Edward White – Assistant Custodian – Monument Elementary School,

medical leave of absence with pay, effective March 6, 2009 to March 27, 2009,

and without pay from March 28, 2009 through April 30, 2009. (11-000-262-110-0000-52-61)

  1. Ms. Yvette Agosto – Heavy Cleaner – Gregory Elementary School, medical

leave with pay, effective February 10, 2009 through March 8, 2009. (11-000-262-110-0000-52-61)

  1. Mr. Jan Plaza – Assistant Custodian – Trenton High School-West, medical leave of absence with pay, effective February 5, 2009 through February 13, 2009 a.m., and without pay, effective February 13, 2009 p.m. through February 23, 2009. (11-000-262-110-0000-52-61)

  1. Ms. Geraldine Brown – Special Education Teacher – Columbus Elementary School, medical leave of absence with pay, effective February 17, 2009 through March 9, 2009. (15-213-100-101-0000-00-17)

  1. Ms. Natasha Page – Paraprofessional – Parker Elementary School, maternity leave of absence with pay, effective February 23, 2009 through April 9, 2009. (15-212-100-106-0000-00-27)

  1. Ms. Tammi Strickland – Paraprofessional – Hedgepeth/Williams School, maternity leave of absence with pay, effective March 2, 2009 through June 16, 2009, and without pay, effective June 17, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (15-190-100-106-0000-42-08)

h. Leave of Absence – Change of Effective Date

BE IT RESOLVED that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following change in effective date for leave of absence:

        1. Ms. Jennifer Paulick – Language Arts Teacher – Hill Elementary School, medical leave of absence with pay, from February 23, 2009 to February 3, 2009 through February 24, 2009, and without pay from February 25, 2009 through April 17, 2009. (15-130-100-101-0000-00-32)

        1. Mr. Michael Oliver – Head Custodian – Robbins Annex, military leave of absence with pay, from: January 30, 2009 through March 13, 2009 and without pay, effective March 14, 2009 through June 30, 2009 to military leave of absence with pay from: January 30, 2009 through June 10, 2009, and without pay from June 11, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (11-000-262-110-0000-52-61)

NOTE: Military Leave with pay for 90 days pursuant to N.J.S.A. 38:A:4-4

  1. Extended Leave(s) of Absence

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following extended leave(s) of absence:

  1. Ms. Terri Harper – Special Education Teacher—Trenton High School –Main,

medical leave of absence with pay, effective February 9, 2009 through February 22, 2009. (15-213-100-101-0000-00-05)

NOTE: Original leave January 8, 2009 through February 8, 2009.

  1. Dr. Patricia Kempton – English Teacher—Daylight/Twilight School, medical

leave of absence with pay, effective February 5, 2009 through March 10, 2009.

(15-140-100-101-0000-00-35)

NOTE: Original leave November 17, 2008 through February 4, 2009.

  1. Ms. Yesica Diaz-Castro – Special Education Teacher—Robbins Annex, medical

leave of absence without pay, effective February 1, 2009 through

February 27, 2009. (15-213-100-101-0000-00-28)

NOTE: Original leave November 13, 2008 through January 31, 2009.

  1. Mr. John Logan– Learning Consultant – Trenton High School – West, medical

leave of absence without pay, effective February 4, 2009 through February 9, 2009.

(11-000-219-104-0000-00-84)

NOTE: Original leave December 11, 2008 through February 3, 2009.

5. Dr. Alexander Nicolas – Spanish Teacher – Daylight/Twilight School, medical

leave of absence without pay, effective February 24, 2009 through March 24, 2009.

(15-000-221-104-0000-00-35)

NOTE: Original leave September 1, 2008 through February 23, 2009.

6. Ms. Sharon Davis – Literacy Coach – Administration Building, medical

leave of absence with pay, effective February 17, 2009 through February 27, 2009.

(15-120-100-101-0000-01-27)

NOTE: Original leave January 12, 2008 through February 16, 2009.

  1. Ms. Bree Williams – Elementary Teacher – Kilmer Elementary School,

childcare leave of absence without pay, effective January 16, 2009 through

March 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0000-00-24)

NOTE: Original leave December 1, 2008 through January 15, 2009.

  1. Ms. Gail Steele – Language Arts Teacher – Kilmer Elementary School, medical

leave of absence with pay, effective February 24, 2009 through March 31, 2009.

(15-241-100-101-0000-00-24)

NOTE: Original leave February 14, 2008 through February 23, 2009.

  1. Mr. William Jones – In-School Suspension Teacher – Stokes Elementary School, medical leave of absence with pay, effective March 2, 2009 through May 1, 2009.

(60-910-310-110-0000-00-62)

NOTE: Original leave December 16, 2008 through February 28, 2009.

  1. Ms. Joan Cutler – Elementary Teacher – Robbins Annex, medical leave of

absence with pay, effective March 3, 2009 through April 3, 2009.

(15-120-100-101-0000-00-28)

NOTE: Original leave January 5, 2009 through March 2, 2009.

  1. Ms. Sharon Ward – Special Education Teacher – Dunn Middle School, medical

leave of absence with pay, effective March 2, 2009 through March 29, 2009.

(15-204-100-101-0000-00-10)

NOTE: Original leave November 16, 2008 through March 1, 2009.

  1. Mr. Vijay Bansal – Mathmatics Teacher – Daylight/Twilight, medical

leave of absence with pay, effective February 16, 2009 through March 31, 2009. (15-140-100-101-0000-00-35)

NOTE: Original leave January 5, 2009 through February 15, 2009.

  1. Return from Leave(s) of Absence

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following return from leave(s) of absence:

  1. Mr. John Logan – Learning Consultant – Trenton High School – West, at the salary of $96,527 ($84,221-MA+60, Step 15-TEA + 12% + $2,200 longevity), effective February 10, 2009, pro-rated. (11-000-219-104-0000-00-84)

  1. Ms. Evelyn Mora – Bilingual Elementary Teacher – Wilson School, at the salary of $82,661 ($79,661-MA+30, Step 15-TEA + $1,500 longevity + $1,500 dual certification), effective February 2, 2009, pro-rated. (15-241-100-101-0000-00-31)

3. Dr. Linell Burrell – Social Studies Teacher – Daylight/Twilight, at the salary of $86,571-DOC, Step 15 -TEA, effective February 17, 2009, pro-rated. (15-140-100-101-0000-00-35)

4. Ms. Yvonne Vaughn – Substance Awareness Coordinator – Dunn Middle School, at the salary of $63,401 -MA, Step 12-TEA, effective February 9, 2009, pro-rated. (15-000-213-104-0000-00-10)

  1. Ms. Denise Walker-Streater – Pre-Kindergarten Teacher – Hedgepeth/Williams School, at the salary of $79,251 ($77,751 -BA, Step 15-TEA+$1,500 longevity), effective February 9, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0000-00-08)

  1. Ms. Mariel Perez – Senior Secretary – Transportation Department, at the salary of $40,801 ($40,201, Step 13/0 credits + $600 longevity), effective February 16, 2009, pro-rated. (11-000-270-160-0000-00-65)

  1. Dr. Ellen Decker – School Counselor – Columbus Elementary School, at the salary of $78,771 ($74,771-DOC, Step 13-TEA + $2,500 National Board Certification + $1,500 Dual Certification), effective February 23, 2009, pro-rated. (15-000-218-104-0000-33-17)

  1. Ms. Liza Caby – Mathematics Teacher – Kilmer Elementary School, at the salary of $51,251-MA, Step 6-TEA, effective February 17, 2009, pro-rated. (15-130-100-101-0000-00-24)

  1. Mr. Jan Plaza – Assistant Custodian – Trenton High School-West, at the salary of $49,886 Step 10, effective February 23, 2009, pro-rated. (11-000-262-110-0000-52-61)

  1. Salary Adjustment(s)

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following salary adjustments:

1. Ms. Pearl Onukwugha – Elementary Teacher – Robbins Annex – from: $55,261- MA + 30, Step 9 - TEA to: $59,821 – MA + 60, Step 9 - TEA, effective

February 4, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated.(15-120-100-101-0000-00-28)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 30 additional credits.

2. Ms. Candace Mathis – Senior Secretary – Mott Elementary School – Child Study – from: $24,667, Step 2/0 credits to: $28,865, Step 2/90 credits, effective January 1, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (11-000-219-105-0000-00-84)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 90 college credits.

3. Ms. Judith Winogron – Math Coach – Curriculum Department – from: $79,661 – MA + 30, Step 15 - TEA to: $84,221 – MA + 60, Step 15 - TEA, effective February 2, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated.

(15-120-100-101-0000-01-23) (15-120-100-101-0000-01-16)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 30 additional credits.

  1. Ms. Olabisi Dabiri-Okoya – Paraprofessional – Franklin Elementary School – from: $27,146, Step 3/60 credits to: $28,223, Step 3/90 credits, effective January 12, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-190-100-106-0000-00-19)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 30 additional credits.

  1. Ms. Dorothy Godwin – Business Teacher – Trenton High School - Main – from: $79,921 ($78,421 – BA + 30, Step 15 – TEA + $1,500 dual certification) to: $80,601 ($79,101 – MA, Step 15 - TEA + $1,500 dual certification), effective

February 6, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-241-100-101-0000-00-20)

NOTE: Submitted proof of master’s degree.

  1. Ms. Leslie Sanders – Elementary Teacher – Kilmer School – from: $49,451 – BA, Step 5 – TEA to: $50,801 – MA, Step 5 – TEA, effective February 6, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-120-100-101-0000-00-24)

NOTE: Submitted proof of master’s degree.

  1. Ms. Barbara Dickman – Elementary Teacher – Stokes Elementary School – from: $80, 221 ($78,421 – BA + 30, Step 15 – TEA + $300 longevity + $1,500 dual certification) to: $81,461 ($79,661 – MA + 30, Step 15 – TEA + $300 longevity + $1,500 dual certification), effective February 10, 2009 through June 30, 2009,

pro-rated. (15-120-100-101-0000-00-29)

NOTE: Submitted proof of master’s degree plus additional 30 credits.

  1. Ms. Deidre Dunn – Special Education Teacher – Dunn Middle School – from: $49,451 – BA, Step 5 – TEA to: $50,121 – BA+30, Step 5 – TEA, effective January 27, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-213-100-101-0000-00-10)

NOTE: Submitted proof of additional 30 credits.

  1. Mr. Paul Lakarosky – English Teacher – Trenton High School – Main – from: $51,171 ($49, 671—BA+30, Step 4-TEA + $1,500 dual certification) to: $51,851 ($50,351– MA, Step 4-TEA + $1,500 dual certification), effective February 9, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (14-140-100-101-0000-00-05)

NOTE: Submitted proof of master’s degree.

  1. Ms. Sharonda West – Special Education Teacher – Daylight/Twilight- from:$48,551—BA, Step 3—TEA to: $49,221—BA+30, Step 3—TEA, effective January 8, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-140-100-101-0009-00-35)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 30 additional credits.

  1. Ms. Rosemary Korn – Media Specialist – Hedgepeth/Williams School- from: $56,616 ($50,461 – MA + 30, Step 3 -TEA + 12%) to: $62,127 ($55,471 -

MA + 60, Step 4 -TEA + 12%), effective February 10, 2009 through June 30, 2009,

pro-rated. (15-000-222-104-0000-32-08)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 30 additional credits and additional experience.

  1. Ms. Silvia Raines – Bilingual Elementary Teacher – Robbins Elementary School – from: $51,361 – BA + 60, Step 5 - TEA to: $52,861 ($51,361 – BA + 60, Step 5 – TEA + $1,500 dual certification), effective February 11, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-241-100-101-0000-00-28)

NOTE: Submitted proof of dual certification.

  1. Ms. Jennifer LaGrassa –Elementary Teacher – Stokes Elementary School – from: $57,601 – MA, Step 10 - TEA to: $59,101 ($57,601 – MA, Step 10 – TEA + $1,500 dual certification), effective February 11, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated.

(15-120-100-101-0000-00-26)

NOTE: Submitted proof of dual certification.

  1. Ms. Denise Smith – Language Arts Teacher- Dunn Middle School- from:

$81,161 ($79,661-MA+30, Step 15 -TEA+ $1,500 longevity) to: $85,721 ($84,221-

MA + 60, Step 15-TEA+ $1,500 longevity), effective January 30, 2009 through

April 16, 2009, pro-rated. (15-130-100-10-0000-00-10)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 30 additional credits.

  1. Mr. Charles Davis – In-School Suspension Teacher – Trenton High School- Main from: $83,361 ($79, 661-BA+60, Step 15-TEA+$2,200 longevity+$1,500 dual certification) to: $87,921 ($84,221 MA+60, Step 15-TEA+$2,200 longevity +$1,500 dual certification), effective February 3, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-000-218-110-0000-29-05)

NOTE: Submitted proof of master’s degree and 60 additional credits.

  1. Ms. Rosemary Leonard-Bethea – Social Studies Teacher – Trenton High School-

West – from: $81,301 ($79,101 MA, Step 15 –TEA+$2,200 longevity) to: $81,861

($79,661 MA+30, Step 15-TEA+$2,200 longevity), effective February 2, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-140-100-101-0000-00-05)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 30 additional credits.

  1. Ms. Marva Downer-Baird – Reading First Coach – Monument Elementary

School – from: $59,821-MA+60, Step 9-TEA to: $61,321 ($59,821-MA+60, Step 9-TEA+ $1,500 dual certification), effective February 18, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (20-307-100-101-0009-09-82) (20-275-200-104-0000-09-82)

NOTE: Submitted proof of dual certification.

  1. Mr. Angelo Mitala – Media Specialist – Trenton High School-West – from:

$64,513 ($57,601 MA, Step 10-TEA+12%) to: $65,140 ($58,161 MA+30,

Step 10-TEA+12%), effective February 19, 2009 through June 30, 2009,

pro-rated. (15-000-222-104-0000-32-05)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 30 additional credits.

  1. Mr. Thomas Pullizzi – Science Teacher – Trenton High School – Main from:$79,101-MA, Step 15-TEA to: $80,601 (MA, Step 15-TEA+$1,500 dual certification), effective February 25, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. NOTE: Submitted proof of dual certification. (15-140-100-101-0000-00-05)

  1. Ms. Sharon Briggman-Marshall – Literacy Coach – Curriculum Department -

from: $50,801-BA, Step 8-TEA to: $57,271-MA+60, Step 8-TEA, effective February 20, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated.

(20-235-200-104-0000-09-82)

NOTE: Submitted proof of master’s degree and 60 additional credits.

  1. Ms. Mary Smith – Elementary Teacher – Robbins Annex from:$65,951-BA,

Step 13-TEA to: $66,621-BA+30, Step 13-TEA, effective February 12, 2009

through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-130-100-101-0000-00-28)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 30 additional credits.

  1. Mr. David Giblin – Mathematics Teacher – Mott Elementary School

from:$53,351– BA, Step 9-TEA to: $54,701-MA, Step 9-TEA, effective February

18, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-130-100-101-0000-00-26)

NOTE: Submitted proof of master’s degree.

  1. Mr. Richard Toth – Social Studies Teacher – Trenton High School-West from:

$50,801-BA, Step 8-TEA to: $51,471-BA+30, Step 8-TEA, effective February 26, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-140-100-101-0000-00-05)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 30 additional credits.

  1. Mr. Orlando Beckles – Truck Driver – Warehouse/Bldgs & Grounds – from: $ 55,802 ($54,402 Step 15 + $1,400 longevity) to: Interim Storekeeper I – Warehouse/Bldgs. & Grounds to: $ 55,802 ($54,402 Step 15 + $1,400 longevity + $60.00), effective February 18, 2009 through February 19, 2009.

(11-000-262-100-0008-53-61)

NOTE : Performed duties of Storekeeper who was out sick.

  1. Ms. Lakeira Jones – Administrative II Secretary – Human Resources – from :

$30,734 Step 3/0 credits to : $30,734 Step 3/0 credits + $25.00 per day, effective

March 16, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (11-000-251-105-0000-00-52)

NOTE: Performing duties of Confidential Secretary on an as needed basis.

  1. Ms. Laura Rickenback – Administrative II Secretary – Human Resources – from : $32,969 Step 2/60 credits to : $32,969 Step 2/60 credits + $25.00 per day, effective March 16, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (11-000-251-105-0000-00-52)

NOTE: Performing duties of Confidential Secretary on an as needed basis.

  1. Ms. Rosalind Redd – Administrative II Secretary – Human Resources – from : $36,211 Step 4/90 credits to : $36,211 Step 4/90 credits + $25.00 per day, effective March 16, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (11-000-251-105-0000-00-52)

NOTE: Performing duties of Confidential Secretary on an as needed basis.

  1. Ms. Janiell Tomlinson – Administrative II Secretary – Human Resources – from : $36,881 Step 7/30 credits to : $36,881 Step 7/30 credits + $25.00 per day, effective March 16, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (11-000-251-105-0000-00-52)

NOTE: Performing duties of Confidential Secretary on an as needed basis.

29. Mr. Larry Loper – Custodian Engineer Gr 3 – Monument School – from : $ 37,889 Step 4 to: $51,355 Step 8, effective February 4, 2009 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (11-000-262-110-0000-52-61)

NOTE : Submitted proof of 4 years military service.

  1. Longevity

Name(s)

Years of Service

Amount Due

Eff. Date

Bargaining Unit

Katherine Fisher-Brown

20

$600

2/9/09

TESA

Ruben Rivera

25

$700

2/19/07

BST

Miguel Martinez

20

$800

10/3/08

CUS

Karen Wellons

30

$800

2/12/09

TESA

  1. Salary Adjustment(s) – Change of Effective Date

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the change of effective date for the following salary adjustments:

1. Ms. Maise Daughtry – Paraprofessional – Monument Elementary School – from: $27,146, Step 3/60 credits to: $28,223, Step 3/90 credits, from December 10, 2008 to October 15, 2008 through June 30, 2009, pro-rated. (15-204-100-106-0000-00-25)

NOTE: Submitted proof of 30 additional credits.

  1. Salary Adjustment - Rescind

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve to rescind the following salary corrections:

  1. Mr. Glenn Marks – Garage Foreman – Buildings & Grounds – from : $ 56,162 Step 13-Guide B + $700.00 longevity to: $56,162 Step 13- Guide B, effective January 2, 2009, pro-rated. (11-000-262-110-0009-52-61)

n.Contractual Entitlements

Name

Title

Bargaining

Unit

Date of Separation

# Sick Days

# of Vacation Days

Amount

RaShaun Davis

Youth Liaison

BST

9/23/08

0

23

$ 4,171.28

o. Transfer(s) /Re-assignment(s)

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following transfers/re-assignments:

  1. Ms. Alberta Kunkel – Physical Science Teacher – from: Trenton High School –Main to: Trenton High School – Medical Arts, effective February 11, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (15-140-100-101-0000-00-05)

  2. Mr. Frank Savage – Physical Science Teacher – from: Trenton High School –Medical Arts to: Trenton High School –West, effective February 11, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (15-140-100-101-0000-00-05)

  3. Ms. Margarita Iofee – Chemistry Teacher – from: Trenton High School – West to: Trenton High School – Main, effective February 11, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (15-140-100-101-0000-00-05)

p.Before and After School Programs

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following before and after school programs:

  1. Mr. Eugene Litynskij – Mathematics Teacher – NETS After School Program-Wilson Elementary School, at the rate of $42.00 per hour, effective February 2, 2009 through May 30, 2009. (15-120-100-100-0009-00-31)

NOTE: Not to exceed $2,310.00.

  1. Ms. Kimberly Jacquay – Mathematics Teacher – 21st Century After School Science Project-Wilson Elementary School, at the rate of $42.00 per hour, effective February 6, 2009 through June 30, 2009. (15-120-100-100-0009-00-31)

NOTE: Not to exceed $1,056.00.

3. Ms. Marketa Nance – Paraprofessional- Breakfast Program – Parker Elementary School, at the rate of $26.00 per hour, effective September 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. (15-190-100-106-0009-00-27)

NOTE: Not to exceed $4,680.00.

4. Ms. Regina Smith – Science Teacher – NETS Program - Grant Elementary School- the rate of $42.00 per hour, effective February 9, 2009 through June 30, 2009.

(15-120-100-101-0009-00-20)

NOTE: Not to exceed $4,200.00.

  1. Approve the following staff for School Leadership Council - Grant Elementary School, at the rate of $36.00 per hour, effective September 1, 2008 through

March 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0009-00-20)

NOTE: As per grievance decision. Not to exceed $375.00 per person

a. Maria DeMino f. Susanne Spryros

b. Ingrid Rodas g. Dora Vynnytsky

c. Regine Pitts-Ramsey h. Jeanette Mayfield

d. Daisy Herrera i. Antonio Ruiz

e. Lysette Toro-Mays

  1. Approve the following teachers for School Leadership Council - Franklin Elementary School, at the rate of $36.00 per hour, effective September 4, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-401-100-110-0009-00-19)

NOTE: As per grievance decision. Not to exceed $180.00 per person

a. Jenean Swain d. Courtney Capone

b. Susan Posner e. Jeneya Nelson

c. Linda Ordini f. Sletta Keel

  1. Ms. Margaret Keephart – Paraprofessional – School Leadership Council - Grant Elementary School, at the rate of $21.00 per hour, effective September 1, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-190-100-106-0009-00-20)

NOTE: Not to exceed $225.00.

  1. Ms. Caroline Figallo – 7 Hr. Unit Leader – School Leadership Council - Franklin

Elementary School, at the rate of $21.35 per hour, effective September 4, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-401-100-110-0009-00-20)

NOTE: Not to exceed $107.00.

9. Ms. Katherine Graham – Elementary Teacher – After School Tutorial Program - Franklin Elementary School, at the rate of $42.00 per hour, effective September 4, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-401-100-110-0009-00-19)

NOTE: Not to exceed $1,764.00.

10. Ms. Linda Davis – Assistant Track Coach – Columbus Elementary School, at the rate of $42.00 per hour, effective January 1, 2009 through June 30, 2009.

(15-402-100-110-0009-00-17)

NOTE: Not to exceed $1,213.00.

11. Approve the following teachers for School Leadership Council at Dunn Middle School, at the rate of $36.00 per hour, effective September 8, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-130-100-101-0009-01-10)

NOTE: As per grievance decision. Not to exceed $760.00 per person

a. Susan Wooden d. Robin Strand

b. Sandra Iturbides e. Joseph Hankins

c. Nelia Ledediw

  1. Ms. Deloria Shack-Lockett – Paraprofessional – School Leadership Council -

Dunn Middle School, at the rate of $21.00 per hour, effective

September 8, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-190-100-106-0009-00-10)

NOTE: Not to exceed $420.00.

  1. Ms. Rasheeda Stafford – Parent Liaison – School Leadership Council -

Hedgepeth/Williams School, at the rate of $21.00 per hour, effective

November 1, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0009-00-08)

NOTE: Not to exceed $252.00.

  1. Ms. Lucero Maria Salazar– Paraprofessional – School Leadership Council -

Hedgepeth/Williams School, at the rate of $21.00 per hour, effective

November 1, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-00900-08)

NOTE: Not to exceed $252.00.

  1. Ms. Ruth Davila– Paraprofessional – School Leadership Council -

Hedgepeth/Williams School, at the rate of $21.00 per hour, effective

November 1, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0009-00-08)

NOTE: Not to exceed $105.00.

  1. Ms. Marilyn Lewis-Williams– Security Officer – School Leadership Council -

Hedgepeth/Williams School, at the rate of $31.43 per hour, effective

November 1, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0009-00-08)

NOTE: Not to exceed $440.02.

  1. Ms. Denise Leonard– Administrative I Secretary – School Leadership Council -

Hedgepeth/Williams School, at the rate of $30.34 per hour, effective

November 1, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0009-00-08)

NOTE: Not to exceed $510.68.

  1. Mr. Tavon House - Paraprofessional for A.M/P.M Monitor - Robbins Elementary School, at the rate of $26.00 per hour, effective September 1, 2008 through June 30, 2009. (15-190-100-106-0009-01-28)

NOTE: Not to exceed $1,577.00.

19. Approve the following for School Leadership Council - Hedgepeth/Williams

School, at the rate of $36.00 per hour, effective November 1, 2008 through March 1, 2009. (15-120-100-101-0009-00-08)

NOTE: As per grievance decision. Not to exceed $7,174.00 total.

a. Howard Ottenberg j. Josephine Miller r. Thomas Harrington

b. Judy Cartwright k. Keisha Gaymon s. Kevin O’Brien

c. Tia Townsend l. Rochelle Lecke t. Barbara Ricketti

d. Nola Occhipinti m. Derek Taylor u. Vicki Cohen

e. Michelle Purvis n. Barbara Ricketti v. Alaina Galambos

f. Thomas Lambright o. Rosalind Friday w. Rosemary Korn

g. Kiya Green p. Pam Goff x. Barbara Erba

h. Rachel Saddler q. Virginia Foose y. Phyllis Echternacht

i. Sandra Arnold

20. Approve the following staff as Advisors of School Clubs - Trenton High School- Main, at the rate of $ 42.00 per hour, effective November 1, 2008 through June 5, 2009. (15-401-100-110-0059-00-05)

NAME

CLUB

Melissa Updegraff-Wyatt

Theatre Troupe

Rosetta Morgan

Year Book co-advisor

Mary White

Year Book co-advisor

Dorothy Godwin

Senior Class

NOTE: Not to exceed $4,200.00

per person.

Tilottama Bose

After School Tutoring Club co-advisor

Curtis Aubry

After School Tutoring Club co-advisor

Maria Grieco-Hicks

Club Fresco

Ted Plunkett

Jazz Band

Joseph Pucciatti

Orchestra Band

Janice Williams

Step Dance Club – GIRLS

Raymond Bagley

TCHS Choir Club

Michael Yaris

TCHS Interact Club

NOTE: Not to exceed $2,100.00

per person.

Lorraine Hemans

Debate Club

Yseult Leger

ESL Club

Ada Maldonado-Medina

Foreign Language Club

Valerie Stanard

Galloping Gourmet

Antoinette Molnar-Port

Gay-Straight Alliance

Curtis Aubry

Green Club co-advisor

Antoinette Molnar-Port

Green Club co-advisor

Judith Sears

Homework Club

Barry Conboy

International Club

Daniel Morgan

JROTC Booster Club

Daniel Morgan

JROTC Color Guard

Countess Irvin

JROTC Drill Club

Countess Irvin

JROTC Raider Club

Phillis Riley-Coleman

Junior Class

Sandra Farrakhan

Key Club

Mia Verdini

L.A. (Fridays at St. Francis)

Kathleen Mulcahey

Language Arts/Reading Club

Johnson Chacko

Math Club

Joseph Kellogg

National Honor Society

Melissa Updegraff-Wyatt

Phoenix Literacy Club

Greg Gunzelman

Science/Lab Club

Joseph Purvis

Step Dance Club – BOYS

Dorothy Godwin

Student Government

Rick Wilson

Chess Club

NOTE: Not to exceed $1,050.00

per person.


q. Professional Development(s) - Revised

1. Approve the following Teachers for the Walt Whitman Historical Literacy Fellowship - Teaching American History Grant Professional Development Program, at the rate of $36.00 per hour, effective January 1, 2009 through August 31, 2009. (20-310-200-104-0009-09-81) Not to exceed $98,000 total.

NOTE: To increase the total amount of funding for professional development.

a. Kira Royster n. Paul Scozzari

b. James Weiss o. David Hession

c. Tilottama Bose p. Dominique Kent

d. Talithea Briggs q. Susan Mayo-Brown

e. Courtney Capone r. Leslie Sanders

f. Jamie Delaney s. Natasha Sykes

g. Annmarie Dobay-Luster t. Gladys Taylor

h. Marilyn Eure u. William Pyper

i. Alaina Galambos v. Ronald Maurais

j. Lysette Toro-Mayes w. Paul Lakarosky

k. Brenda Hauselt x. Gwendolyn Green

l. Veronica Byard y. Susan Mueller

m. Giancarlos Alvarado

r. Volunteers

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve for the 2008-2009 school year, the following volunteers:

  1. Ms. Sakinah Pritchard, Parent Volunteer, Classroom Aide – Mott Elementary School

  2. Ms. Tracy Vu, Volunteer, Classroom Aide – Hedgepeth/Williams School

  3. Mr. Tiernan Kane, Volunteer, Classroom Aide – Hedgepeth/Williams School

  4. Ms. Colleen McCullough, Classroom Aide – Hedgepeth/Williams School

  5. Ms. Aquina Wihak, Volunteer, Classroom Aid – Hedgepeth/Williams School

  6. Ms. Anamarie Sonera, Parent Volunteer, Classroom Aide – Grant Elementary School

  7. Ms. Jennifer Rivas, Parent Volunteer, Classroom Aide – Grant Elementary School

  1. Abolishment of Position(s)

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the following abolishment of position:

1. Approve the abolishment of the position of Administrative II Secretary , Board Secretary Office, effective April 1, 2009.

(11-000-230-105-0000-00-50)

t. Creation of Position(s)

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approve the creation of positions and job descriptions for the following positions:

1. Approve the creation of the position of Supervisor of English as a Second

Language K-12, Office of Bilingual Education, effective July 1, 2009.

(20-245-200-104-0000-10-82) ATTACHMENT - 2-T1

2. Approve the creation of the position of Supervisor of Bilingual Education

K-12, Office of Bilingual Education, effective July 1, 2009.

(20-245-200-104-0000-10-82) ATTACHMENT - 2-T2

3. FINANCE & FACILITIES

  1. Award Acceptance – Ronald McDonald Tour de Fitness - Wilson School

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the acceptance of an academic award to Wilson School from Ronald McDonald Tour de Fitness in the amount of $1,000.00 for the 2008/2009 school year.

  1. Award Acceptance – National Education Association - Wilson School

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the acceptance of an academic award to Wilson School from the National Education Association in the amount of $1,000.00 for the 2008/2009 school year.

  1. Out of District Placements – February 2009

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the Out of District Placementsof 168 students for a total of $4,143,581.40 for February 2009.

Account Codes:

11-000-100-567-0000-00-84 - $37,620.00 – Out of State Private Schools

11-000-100-566-0000-00-84 - $936,731.22 – In-State Private Schools

11-000-100-565-0000-00-84 - $2,093,569.90 – Other Public Schools

11-000-100-562-0000-00-84 - $106,096.32 – In-State Regional Schools – Not SPED

Department of Children & Families Regional - $908,330.96

Katzenbach School for the Deaf - $26,033.00

Commission for the Blind/Visually Handicapped - $35,200.00

  1. Out of District Placements – Previous Years Audit/Undercharge

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the Out of District Placements– Previous Years Audit/Undercharge for a total of $126,306.05 (Attachment3-d).

Account Code: 11-000-100-566-0000-00-84

  1. Bid Award #-08-0913 to Jonico, Inc.

WHEREAS, bids were received on Thursday, February 19, 2009, 10:00 a.m. prevailing, for Bid #08-0913, PJ Hill & Franklin School Parking Lot/Landscape Projects (Capital Improvement Project); and

WHEREAS, bids were solicited and/or received from the following companies:

American Asphalt Jonico, Inc.

Andy Matt, Inc. Rusling Paving

Diamond Construction Viviano

Fiore Paving WR Burnett

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the award to Jonico, Inc. for the lowest bid received that complies with the specifications ($61,500.00).

  1. Resolution to Amend 2006/2007 Carryover Funds in the EWEG System

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, approves the Resolution to Amend 2006/2007 Carryover Funds in the Electronic Web-Enabled Grant Systemto the following amounts:

NCLB Title I $125,478.41

NCLB Title IIA $ 88,173.90

NCLB Title IID $ 446.00

NCLB Title III $ 325.06

NCLB Title IV $ 24,114.50

NCLB Title V $ 370.00

The reallocation of the total amount of amended 2007 Carryover of $238,907.87 will allow the District to address current budget needs.

  1. Resolution to Approve the Naming of the new MLK Jr. School

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, authorizes the Buildings & Grounds Committee to notify the New Jersey Department of Education and New Jersey Schools Development Authority of its approval to name the new school facility located at 401-411 Brunswick Avenue the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. School.ACTION IS REQUESTED AT THE MARCH 9, 2009 CONFERENCE MEETING

  1. Staff Travel

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, ratified staff attendance/participation in the following professional conferences, workshops, seminars or trainings for the month of March with the requirements, that staff turn-key as required by administration those issues addressed at the approved

professional development events which have relevance to improving instruction and/or operation of the school district. ** ACTION IS REQUESTED AT THE MARCH 9, 2009 CONFERENCE MEETING

Applicant

Position

School

Purpose

Location

Date

Funds

Cost

GAAP Code

Paula D. McCoy

Teacher

Columbus

QUEST Symposium & Follw up

Princeton, NJ

4/1/2009

No cost to the board

Jehita Kitchen ***

School Counselor

Hill

I & RS Statewide Training

Princeton, NJ

3/23 & 3/24

No cost to the board

Pat McGinley

Teacher

Robbins

Classroom Mgnt Workshop

East Brunswick, NJ

4/23/2009

Board

$149.00

15-000-223-590-0000-01-28

Michele Pannone

Teacher

Robbins

Classroom Mgnt Workshop

East Brunswick, NJ

4/23/2009

Board

No cost to the Board

Chris Masterson

Teacher

Robbins

Classroom Mgnt Workshop

East Brunswick, NJ

4/23/2009

Board

$149.00

15-000-223-590-0000-01-28

Annie Coleman ***

Teacher Disc.

Hill

I & RS Statewide Training

Princeton, NJ

3/23 & 3/24

No cost to the board

Dana Oliver ***

RR Teacher

Hill

I & RS Statewide Training

Princeton, NJ

3/23 & 3/24

No cost to the board

Gavin Kramer ***

Teacher

H/W

Foreign Lang. Educators of NJ Spring Conference

Somerset, NJ

3/20/2009

Board

$159.00

15-000-240-610-0000-00-08

Katelyn Orr

Teacher

Grant

Monument Univ. Literacy Spring Symposium

W Long Branch, NJ

4/17/2009

Board

$90.00

15-000-223-590-0000-00-25

Jeff Wiley

Math Coach

NCTM National Conference

Washington DC

4/23/09-4/24/09

No cost to the Board

JoAnn Davis

Math Coach

NCTM National Conference

Washington DC

4/23/09-4/24/09

No cost to the Board

Nicole Carmichael

Math Coach

NCTM National Conference

Washington DC

4/23/09-4/24/09

No cost to the Board

Bonita Sanders-Johnson

Math Coach

NCTM National Conference

Washington DC

4/23/09-4/24/09

No cost to the Board

JoAnn Davis

Math Coach

Lemonick Symposium for QUEST

Princeton, NJ

4/1/2009

No cost to the Board

Bonita Sanders-Johnson

Math Coach

Lemonick Symposium for QUEST

Princeton, NJ

4/1/2009

No cost to the Board

Delores Anthony

Math Coach

NCTM National Conference

Washington DC

4/23/09-4/24/09

No cost to the Board

Pam Owens ***

Manager/HR

AESOP User Group

Malvern, PA

3/30/2009

$76.01

11-000-251-580-0000-00-52

Kathryn Howard ***

Data Sys. Spec.

AESOP User Group

Malvern, PA

3/24/2009

$78.35

11-000-251-580-0000-00-52

Gene Wesley

Grant Coordinator

21st Century Community Learning Grant Workshop

Washington DC

4/26/09-4/29/09

$1,374.00

20-309-200-500-0000-09-82 and 20-309-200-580-0000-09-82

Kathryn R. Graf

Teacher/Coord.

21st Century Community Learning Grant Workshop

Washington DC

4/26/09-4/29-09

$1,374.00

20-309-200-500-0000-09-82 and 20-309-200-580-0000-09-82

Debra Cunningham ***

Interium Dir of Tech

Abbott Consortium for Technology ACT Mtg

Trenton, NJ

3/11/2009

No cost to the Board

Bocary Bandeh

Sup. G&T

Practical Methods for Presenting Clearly

Cherry Hill, NJ

4/15/2009

$189.00

20-275-200-500-1000-07-82

Eniola Ajayi ***

Teacher

Dunn

Residency Program

Minneapolis, MN

3/19/2009

No cost to the board

Eniola Ajayi

Teacher

Dunn

Residency Program

Arlington, VA

4/4-4/10

No cost to the board

Deborah Green

Principal

Kilmer

Workshop

Monroe Township, NJ

3/9 and 3/12/09

No cost to the board

Maria Canals

Teacher

Robbins

NJBE Spring Conference

Somerset, NJ

5/19 and 5/20/09

Board

$159.00

15-000-223-590-0000-01-28

Debbie Gagnier

Teacher

Robbins

NJBE Spring Conference

Somerset, NJ

5/19 and 5/20/09

Board

$159.00

15-000-223-590-0000-01-28

Ester Oliveras

Teacher

Robbins

NJBE Spring Conference

Somerset, NJ

5/19 and 5/20/09

Board

$159.00

15-000-223-590-0000-01-28

Harry Luna ***

Board Member

CSB

NJSBA Mandated Training – Legal Update

Web-based

Board

$37.00

11-000-230-891-0009-00-50

  1. Facilities Report

BE IT RESOLVED: that the Board of Education upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools approves Community Organizations to use Trenton Board of Education Facilities.

ORGANIZATION/DEPT.

DATE

DAY

FACILITY

LOCATION

TIME

PERMIT

MTG

PROG

Prof Dev

Recre

Other

Assessment & Accountability - NJ ASK Training

4/3/09

Friday

Admin Bldg

Auditorium

1pm-3pm

3904

x

 

 

 

 

Bilingual Department Advisroy Committee Mtg

2/13/09

Friday

Grant

Parent Center

9am-10:30am

4818

x

 

 

 

 

Board of School Estimate

3/26/09

Thursday

Admin Bldg

Auditorium

5pm-7pm

3412

x

 

 

 

 

Board Retreat

3/20 & 3/21

Fri, Sat

Admin Bldg

Auditorium

5-8pm;8-4pm

3411

x

 

 

 

 

Business Office - FSMC Visit

2/27/09

Friday

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

8am-10am

3901

 

 

 

 

x

Carolyn Gibson - Divisional Principal Mtg

6/24/09

Wednesday

B&G

Conf Rm

8am-Noon

1477

 

 

 

 

 

CHANGE Coalition

2/19/09

Thursday

Admin Bldg

Auditorium

5:30pm-7:30pm

1590

x

 

 

 

 

Curriculuim, Instruction, Assess - Coaches Mtg

2/20/09

Friday

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

8:30am-12Noon

3909

x

 

 

 

 

Curriculum - Principal Coaching

2/6/09

Friday

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

3:30pm-5:30pm

1591

x

 

 

 

 

Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment

2/6/09

Friday

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

2pm-3pm

1584

x

 

 

 

 

Daylight/Twilight Evening Aduilt Class

2/12/09-6/19/09

Mon.Wed.Thurs

Dunn Middle

Gym/Class

4pm-8pm

8356

 

x

 

 

 

Dunn Middle School - Basketball Practice & Games

2/17/09-3/31/09

Mon-Fri

Dunn Middle

Gym

3pm-5:30pm

740

 

 

 

x

 

Dunn Middle School - February Dance

2/20/09

Friday

Dunn Middle

Cafeteria

3pm-5pm

5718

 

 

 

x

 

Dunn Middle School - Girls Softball

3/16/09-5/28/09

Mon - Thurs

Dunn Middle

Bseball Field

3:05pm-4:35pm

0742

 

 

 

x

 

Franklin School - Valentine Dance

2/6/09

Friday

Franklin

Cafeteria

5:30pm-7:30pm

8141

 

 

 

x

 

Grant School - Student Council - Movie Night

2/20/09

Friday

Grant

Auditorium

6:30pm-8:30pm

3696

 

 

 

x

 

Grants/Community/Public Relations

2/26/09

Thursday

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

9:30-11:30am

1433

x

 

 

 

 

Grants/Community/Public Relations

7/8/09

Wednesday

Admin Bldg

Auditorium

8am-11:30am

1432

x

 

 

 

 

Gregory School Program

2/24/08

Tuesday

Gregory

Gymnasium

6pm-7:30pm

3760

 

 

x

 

 

Human Resources - Meeting

2/5/09

Thursday

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

9:30am-12:30

1473

x

 

 

 

 

Human Resources - Meeting - Staff

2/4,2/5,2/6/09

Wed,Thurs,Fri

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

11am-3:30pm

1469

x

 

 

 

 

Human Resources - Meeting - Teachers

2/9/09

Monday

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

3:30pm-4:30pm

1470

x

 

 

 

 

Human Resources - Open Enrollment/Health Fair

5/15/09

Friday

Medical Arts

Gymnasium

10am-2pm

3911

 

 

 

 

x

Human Resources - Open Enrollment/Health Fair

5/12/09

Tuesday

Robbins Annex

Gymnasium

10am-2pm

3912

 

 

 

 

x

Human Resources - Open Enrollment/Health Fair

5/14/09

Thursday

Hedge/Williams

Auditorium

10am-2pm

3913

 

 

 

 

x

Human Resources - Open Enrollment/Health Fair

5/13/09

Wednesday

Wilson

Gymnasium

10am-2pm

3910

 

 

 

 

x

Human Resources - Open Enrollment/Health Fair

5/11/09

Monday

Robbins

Gymnasium

10pm-2pm

3806

 

 

 

 

x

Human Resources - Prof Development - Mentors

3/4/09

Wednesday

Admin Bldg

Auditorium

3pm-5pm

3829

 

 

x

 

 

Human Resources - Screening/Interviews

2/12/09

Thursday

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

3:30pm-4:30pm

3579

 

 

 

 

x

Joyce Kilmer - Middle School Dance

2/13/09

Friday

Joyce Kilmer

Cafeteria

5pm - 8pm

1731

 

 

 

 

 

Kira Royster - Walt Thitman -Amer History Grant

2/21/09

Saturday

Joyce Kilmer

Library

7:30am-3:30pm

1457

 

 

 

 

x

PJ Hill Parent Study Island Workshop

2/26/09

Thursday

PJ Hill

Classroom

5:30pm-6:30pm

3741

 

 

 

 

x

Princeton PUPP

3/11/09

Wednesday

TCHS-West

Library

6pm-8pm

5318

 

x

 

 

 

Princeton University Preparatory

3/16/09

Monday

TCHS - Msin

Comm Rm

6pm-8pm

3814

 

 

x

 

 

Professional Development Meeting

2/18/09

Wednesday

Admin Bldg

Auditorium

7:30am-4pm

3831

 

 

x

 

 

Special Services - State Review

2/13/09

Friday

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

10am-12Noon

3903

 

 

 

 

x

Student Services - Attorney General Meeting

2/20/09

Friday

Admin Bldg

Auditorium

10am - 12Noon

0134

x

 

 

 

 

Student & Family Service - Credit Repair Workshop

2/25/09

Wednesday

Admin Bldg

Auditorium

5:30am-7:30pm

1400

 

x

 

 

 

Student & Family Service - Parent Partners Training

3/19/09

Thursday

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

10am-12pm

3593

 

 

 

 

x

Student Services - Juvenile Justice Commission

3/5/09

Thursday

Admin Bldg

Bd Conf Rm

12:30pm-4pm

3905

 

 

 

 

x

Student Services - Nicholson Foundation Mtg

3/12/09

Thursday

Admin Bldg

Conf Rm

11:00am-3pm

0135

x

 

 

 

 

TCHS Students - Future Educators Association

3/31/09

Tuesday

Admin Bldg

Auditorium

11am-2:30pm

5128

 

 

 

 

x

TCHS Theatre Troupe

2/21/09

Saturday

TCHS - Msin

Comm Rm

2pm & 6pm

3711

 

 

 

 

x

TCHS-West Ladies Leader Ceremony

2/27/09

Friday

TCHS-West

Cafeteria

6:30pm-8:30pm

5122

 

 

 

 

x

TCHS-West Basketball Game

3/13/09

Friday

TCHS-West

Gymnasium

3:30pm-6:30pm

5129

 

 

 

x

 

TCHS-West Talent Show

3/20/09

Friday

TCHS-West

Auditorium

6pm-9pm

5126

 

 

 

 

x

Trenton School - Custodians

2/21/09

Saturday

TCHS - Msin

Comm Rm

10am-12Noon

3813

x

 

 

 

 

YWCA of Trenton - Summer Camp Program

6/22/09-8/28/09

Mon - Fri

PJ Hill

Aud/Caf/Gym

7:30am-5:45pm

3740

 

x

 

 

 

  1. List of Bills

WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18A:19.1 and N.J.S.A.18:6-31 provides for the Board of Education to authorize the payment of bills; and

WHEREAS, the Business Administrator/Board Secretary has reviewed the documentation supporting the attached list of bills;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, authorize and approve the payment of bills on the attached list for the Monday, March 23, 2009 board meeting in the amount of $16,732,442.95. (Attachment 3-j)

  1. List of Nutrition Services Bills Lists

WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18A:19.1 and N.J.S.A.18:6-31 provides for the Board of Education to authorize the payment of bills; and

WHEREAS, the Business Administrator/Board Secretary has reviewed the documentation supporting the attached list of bills;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Trenton Board of Education, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, authorize and approve the payment of bills on the attached list for the Monday, March 23, 2009 board meeting in the amount of $364,546.26. (Attachment 3-k)

  1. Appropriation Transfers

WHEREAS, N.J.S.A. 18A requires that the Board of Education approve appropriation transfer; and;

WHEREAS, the Superintendent has authorized the budget adjusted to reflect the appropriation transfers;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Trenton Board of Education, does ratify the transfers approved by the Superintendent of Schools. (Attachment 3-l)

  1. A-148 Secretary’s Report

WHEREAS, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A-17-9, the Secretary of the Board of Education shall report to the Board at each regular meeting but no more than once each month, the amount of total appropriations and the cash receipts of each account, and the amount for which warrants have been drawn against each account and the amount of orders and contractual obligations been drawn against each account and the amount of orders and contractual obligations incurred and chargeable against each account since the date of the last report; and

WHEREAS, the Commissioner has prescribed that such reporting take place on Form A-148;

WHEREAS, in compliance with N.J.A.C. 6A:23-2.11©3, the secretary has certified that, as of the date of the report(s) no budgetary line item account has obligations and payments (contractual orders) which in total exceed the amount appropriated by the district board of education;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Trenton Board of Education accepts the above referenced reports and certifications and orders that they be attached to and made part of the record of this meeting;

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, in compliance with N.J.A.C 6A:23-2.11©4, the Board of Education certifies that, after review of the secretary’s monthly financial report for January 2009, and upon consultation with the appropriate district officials, to the best of its knowledge, no major account or fund has been over expended in violation of N.J.A.C. 6A:23-2.11(b), and that sufficient funds are available to meet the district’s financial obligations for the remainder of the fiscal year. (Attachment 3-m)

  1. A-149 Treasurer’s Report

WHEREAS, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A-17-31 et seq. boards of education are required to have the appointed position of Treasurer of School Monies; and

WHEREAS, the Treasurer shall serve in trust to receive and hold all school monies belonging to the district; and

WHEREAS, the Treasurer shall report to the Board of Education on a monthly basis on the Form A-149, which is prescribed by the Commissioner of Education;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Trenton Board of Education , for the period ending January 31, 2009, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, adopt the A-149 and cause it to become a part of the official minutes of this meeting: (Attachment 3-n)

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