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WESTWOOD REGIONAL BOARD OF EDUCATION

PUBLIC HEARING AND REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

JUNE 26, 2008
PUBLIC HEARING
Public Hearing on the proposed contracts of the Assistant Superintendent and Business Administrator.
The Board will then go into closed Executive Session.
REGULAR MEETING AGENDA


  1. Meeting called to order at approximately 7:30 P.M. in the Hurley Theatre, Jr./Sr. High School.




  1. SALUTE TO THE FLAG




  1. Roll Call

4. The New Jersey Open Public Meeting Law was enacted to ensure the right of the public to have advance notice of and to attend the meetings of public bodies at which any business affecting their interests is discussed or acted upon. In accordance with the provisions of this Act, the Westwood Regional Board of Education has caused notice of this meeting to be sent to the following announcing time and place thereof:


Westwood Borough Hall

Westwood Public Library

Township of Washington Administration Building

Township of Washington Free Public Library

The Record

Community Life

Pascack Press
5. Motion: that approval be given the Minutes of the June 12, 2008 Work Session Meeting and the Private Executive Session Minutes of June 12, 2008.


  1. Superintendent’s Report




  1. President’s Report




  1. Business Administrator’s Report

9. Student Representative’s Report


10. Old Business
11. AWARDS AND RECOGNITION:


  1. Special Presentation:

Cathie Sousa of the New Jersey’s School Boards Association will present Barbara Gregory with a course completion certificate for training undertaken as a Board member of the Westwood Regional School District.  (No Board Action)


B. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following resolution

be adopted:
WHEREAS, the Westwood Regional School District would like to recognize

Rachel Canaie, twelfth grade student, for being named Westwood High School May student of the month.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Westwood Regional Board of Education hereby congratulates Rachel Canaie for this accomplishment, directs the Secretary to include this Resolution in the official minutes of the Board of Education, and directs the Superintendent of Schools to present this student with a suitable certificate of recognition.
C. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following resolution

be adopted:
WHEREAS, the Westwood Regional School District would like to recognize

Claudia Mena, seventh grade student, on being named as Westwood Junior High School June Student of the Month.
        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Westwood Regional Board of Education hereby congratulates Claudia Mena for this accomplishment, directs the Secretary to include this Resolution in the official minutes of the Board of Education, and directs the Superintendent of Schools to present this student with a suitable certificate of recognition.


  1. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following resolution

be adopted:
WHEREAS, the Westwood Regional School District would like to recognize

Ashley Lewis and Joanna Toole, twelfth grade students, for being named Westwood High School students of the month for June 2008.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Westwood Regional Board of Education hereby congratulates Ashley Lewis and Joanna Toole for this accomplishment, directs the Secretary to include this Resolution in the official minutes of the Board of Education, and directs the Superintendent of Schools to present each student with a suitable certificate of recognition.
E. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following resolution

be adopted:
WHEREAS, the Westwood Regional School District would like to recognize

Jake DiCuffa, Claire Kramer, Francine Laquidara, Nicole Netzer, Rachel Ocher, Erin Shanley, 

Maggie Swietkowski, and Kyle Uhlich, Ketler students for being on the Student Advisory Council for Ketler School.  The Student Advisory Council has helped organize Ketler’s Allergy Awareness Day, Recycling, Habitat for Humanity, and Who’s Smarter Than a Fourth Grader.
        NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Westwood Regional Board of Education, on behalf of itself, hereby congratulates the above students for this accomplishment, directs the Secretary to include this Resolution in the official minutes of the Board of Education, and directs the Superintendent of Schools to present each student with a suitable certificate of recognition.
F. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following resolution

be adopted:
WHEREAS, the Westwood Regional School District would like to recognize

Christopher Geimke, Ketler student for taking time out of his lunch two times a week to help a first grade ESL student with mathematics.


NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Westwood Regional Board of Education hereby congratulates Christopher Geimke for this accomplishment, directs the Secretary to include this Resolution in the official minutes of the Board of Education, and directs the Superintendent of Schools to present this student with a suitable certificate of recognition.


  1. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following resolution

be adopted:
WHEREAS, the Westwood Regional School District would like to recognize

Christopher Murphy, twelfth grade student, for winning an essay contest and receiving a $2500 Heroes and Cool Kids Scholarship.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Westwood Regional Board of Education hereby congratulates Christopher Murphy for this accomplishment, directs the Secretary to include this Resolution in the official minutes of the Board of Education, and directs the Superintendent of Schools to present this student with a suitable certificate of recognition.


  1. Motion:  that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following resolution

be adopted:
WHEREAS, the Westwood Regional School District would like to recognize

Matthew Barrett, Victoria Cavaliere, Arlene Davis, Alexander Gulati, Austin Krebs,

Jacob Lashley, Dominic Liu, Matthew Mandeville, Arman Maqsudlu, Matthew O’Donnel,

Daniel Yamashiro, seventh grade students, and Carolyn Maskin eighth grade student, for successfully competing in the Jr. High Brain Buster Competitions for the 2007-2008 school year.
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Westwood Regional Board of Education hereby congratulates the above students, directs the Secretary to include this Resolution in the official minutes of the Board of Education, and directs the Superintendent of Schools to present each student with a suitable certificate of recognition.


  1. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following resolution

be adopted:

WHEREAS, the Westwood Regional School District would like to congratulate

Jillian Atchue, Emma Blackwell, Erika Briguglio, Nicole Feoranzo, Gabriella Galvan,

Jaclyn Hrbek, Nicole Marsiglia, Elena Pietrocco, Shanna Sidoti, and Ashley Walker, Girl Scouts, on attaining the Silver Award, which is the second largest honor a Girl Scout can earn.





NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Westwood Regional Board of Education hereby congratulates the above students for this accomplishment, directs the Secretary to include this Resolution in the official minutes of the Board of Education, and directs the Superintendent of Schools to present each student with a suitable certificate of recognition.



  1. Motion:  that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following resolution

be adopted:
WHEREAS, Sister Ellen Cronan has completed her tenure as principal of Immaculate Heart Academy as of June 2008, after having completed 18 years as educational leader of that school, and
WHEREAS, she has influenced the lives of many young women with her deep understanding and has earned their love and respect as well as that of their parents and her colleagues, and
WHEREAS, she has worked collaboratively with the Westwood Regional School District, which served as liaison for the non-public schools within our district’s borders for many state and federal grant programs.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Westwood Regional Board of Education hereby recognizes Sister Ellen’s contribution as an educational leader in the community and expresses its appreciation of her dedicated service and directs that this resolution be included in the minutes of this Board and that a copy be presented to Sister Ellen as a token of its esteem.


  1. Motion:  that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the following resolution

be adopted:
WHEREAS, Mrs. Michele Meisten has completed her tenure as principal of Zion Lutheran School as of June 2008, after having completed 13 years as educational leader of that school, and
WHEREAS, she has influenced the lives of many children with her deep understanding and has earned their love and respect as well as that of their parents and her colleagues, and
WHEREAS, she has worked collaboratively with the Westwood Regional School District, which served as liaison for the non-public schools within our community’s borders for many state and federal grant programs.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Westwood Regional Board of Education hereby recognizes Mrs. Meisten’s contribution as an educational leader in the community and expresses its appreciation of her dedicated service and directs that this resolution be included in the minutes of this Board and that a copy be presented to

Mrs. Meisten as a token of its esteem.


L. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board would

like to take the time to honor and recognize Lawrence Romba for

twenty-five years of service to the district.
12. AGENDA FORUM (Pursuant to Board Policy 0167 – Public Participation in Board Meetings)
During this portion of the meeting the residents are invited to address the Board on any topics specifically addressed in this agenda. Other items may be presented during the Open Forum portion of the agenda. The Board requests that individuals address the Board, give name and address, and asks that all remarks be directed to the Board. The Board wishes to remind all attendees at its meetings that while it subscribes without reservation to the principle of keeping the community completely informed, by policy it cannot allow public discussion of personnel matters. Each speaker’s statement will be limited to five (5) minutes in duration and must specifically address items from the agenda. The Agenda Forum will be limited to one hour in duration.


  1. PERSONNEL/NEGOTIATIONS: Mrs. Mosolino, Ch.

A. Report


B. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the negotiated agreement between the Westwood Regional Board of Education and the Westwood Administrators Association be accepted for the period from July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2011.

C. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of Matthew J. Murphy, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, per the contract dated June 26, 2008.


D. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of Keith A. Rosado, Business Administrator/Board Secretary, per the contract dated June 26, 2008.
E. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of Patrick J. McGowan, Director of Personnel and Special Projects, per the contract dated June 26, 2008.
F. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of Keri Ann Crescenzi, Teacher of Science, Jr./Sr. High School, for the 2008-09 school year, per the list dated June 24, 2008.

Source of Funds: 11-140-100-101-02


G. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of Nora Abbasi, Teacher of Mathemathics, Jr./Sr. High School, for the 2008-09 school year, per the list dated June 24, 2008.

Source of Funds: 11-130-100-101-03


H. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of Paulette Sommerhalter and Lindsay McAloney, Administrative Assistants – Superintendent’s Office, for the 2008-09 school year, per the list dated June 24, 2008. Source of Funds: 11-21-100-101-40
I Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of Casey Burdette, Kindergarten Teacher, Ketler School (leave replacement) for the 2008-09 school year, per the list dated June 24, 2008.

Source of Funds: 11-120-100-101-07


J. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment Franna Patrucker, per diem substitute, Elementary French, per the list dated June 24, 2008. Source of Funds: 11-12-100-101-07
K. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of Deborah Miller, School Secretary, Jr./Sr. High School, for the 2008-09 school year, per the list dated June 24, 2008.

Source of Funds: 11-000-218-105-10


L. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of Jackie Altomare, Athletic Department Secretary, Jr./Sr. High School, for the 2008-09 school year, per the list dated June 24, 2008.

Source of Funds: 11-402-100-100-02


M. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given a leave of absence for Bethany Kazimir, Physical Education Teacher, K-4, for use of sick leave from October 13, 2008 through November 21, 2008 a.m., and a child rearing unpaid leave of absence which will include the Family Medical Leave Act from November 21, 2008 p.m. through June 30, 2008.
N. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the resignation of Kelly Peterfriend, Guidance Counselor, Jr./Sr. High School, effective June 30, 2008.
O. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of staff for the Summer Enrichment Program, July 7, 2008 through August 1, 2008, per the attached list dated June 24, 2008.

Source of Funds: Various


P. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of Aides, Sullivan Center, Autistic Program, for the extended school year and the 2008-09 school year, per the attached list dated June 24, 2008.

Source of Funds: 11-216-100-166-04


Q. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given additional summer hours for certificated staff members per the attached lists dated

June 24, 2008. Source of Funds: 11-000-213-100-11

11-000-218-104-10
R. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the appointment of coaching staff for Fall sports for the 2008-09 school year, per the list dated June 24, 2008. Source of Funds: 11-402-100-100-02
S. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given a voluntary transfer of Walter Mor, Custodian, Jr./Sr. High School, to Custodian, Brookside School , per the list dated June 24, 2008.
T. Any Personnel/Negotiations addendum items will be considered at this time.

14. FINANCE: Mrs. Mandeville, Ch.


A. Report – State of District Business and Finances – Mr. Keith Rosado
B. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given to the following resolution:
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the Westwood Regional School District Board of Education (hereinafter referred to as the “Board”) advertised for bids for the Westwood Jr./Sr. High School Theater Electrical Lighting and Rigging Replacement Project (hereinafter referred to as the “project”); and

WHEREAS, on May 20, 2008, the Board received four (4) bids for the project; and

WHEREAS, the lowest bid for this project was submitted by Bismark Construction Corp., with a base bid in the amount of $412,200; and
WHEREAS, the bids received by the Board are substantially in excess of the cost estimates and, as such, are not reasonable as to price on the basis of the cost estimates prepared on behalf of the Board;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board hereby rejects the bids received for the Westwood Jr./Sr. High School Theater Electrical Lighting and Rigging Replacement Project pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:18A-22, as the bids substantially exceed the cost estimates and, as such, are unreasonable as to price on the basis of the cost estimates prepared on behalf of the Board; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board Secretary/Business Administrator is hereby authorized to re-advertise for bids, consistent with the needs and desires of the school district.
C. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given to the following resolution:
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, the Westwood Regional School District Board of Education (hereinafter referred to as the “Board”) advertised for bids for Site Improvements at the Berkeley Elementary School, the Jessie George Elementary School, the Washington Elementary School and the Brookside Elementary School (hereinafter referred to as the “Project”); and

WHEREAS, on June 10, 2008, the Board received four (4) bids for the Project; and
WHEREAS, the lowest responsible base bids for the Berkeley Elementary School and the Washington Elementary School were submitted by Chalet Construction Corporation (hereinafter, “Chalet”), with a base bid in the amount of $165,400 together with Alternate #1 in the amount of $1,300 and Alternate #2 in the amount of $2,200, for the Berkeley Elementary School and a base bid in the amount of $53,900 for the Washington Elementary School, for a total contract price of $222,800; and
WHEREAS, the bids submitted by Chalet are responsive in all material respects and it is the Board’s desire to award the contract for the Site Improvements Project at the Berkeley Elementary School and the Washington Elementary School to Chalet; and
WHEREAS, the lowest responsible base bids for the Jessie George Elementary School and the Brookside Elementary School were submitted by JAK Construction Corporation t/a Diamond Construction (hereinafter, “Diamond”), with a base bid in the amount of $7,800 for the Jessie George Elementary School and a base bid in the amount of $14,400 together with Alternate #3 in the amount of $5,500 for the Brookside Elementary School for a total contract price of $27,700; and
WHEREAS, the bids submitted by Diamond are responsive in all material respects and it is the Board’s desire to award the contract for the Site Improvements Project at the Jessie George Elementary School and the Brookside Elementary School to Diamond;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS:

The Board hereby awards the contract for the Site Improvements Project at the Berkeley Elementary School and the Washington Elementary School to Chalet Construction Corporation, in a total contract amount of $222,800, representing a base bid in the amount of $165,400 together with Alternate #1 in the amount of $1,300 and Alternate #2 in the amount of $2,200, for the Berkeley Elementary School and a base bid in the amount of $53,900 for the Washington Elementary School.


The Board hereby awards the contract for the Site Improvements Project at the Jessie George Elementary School and the Brookside Elementary School to JAK Construction Corporation t/a Diamond Construction, in a total contract amount of $27,700, representing a base bid in the amount of $7,800 for the Jessie George Elementary School and a base bid in the amount of $14,400 together with Alternate #3 in the amount of $5,500 for the Brookside Elementary School.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this award is expressly conditioned upon each contractor furnishing the requisite insurance certificate and labor and materials/performance bond as required in the project specifications, together with an AA201-Project Manning Report, an executed A-101-Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor, A-201-General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, as prepared by the Board Attorney, within ten (10) days of the date hereof.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board Attorney is hereby directed to draft the agreements with the successful bidders consistent with this Resolution and with the terms contained in the bid documents approved by the Board for the Project. The Board President and Secretary are hereby authorized to execute such agreements and any other documents necessary to effectuate the terms of this Resolution.
D. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given to accept the 2008 BCUA Environmental Awareness Challenge Grant in the amount of $968.00.
E. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given to the following resolution:

WHEREAS, The Food Service Management Company shall receive, in addition to the costs of operation, a fee of thirty-one thousand six hundred seventy two dollars ($31,672.00) to compensate the Food Service Management Company for administrative and management costs and
WHEREAS, This fee shall be billed in 10 monthly installments of ($3,167.20) per month as a cost of operation. The Local Education Agency guarantees the payment of such costs and fee to the Food Service Management Company and

WHEREAS, The Food Service Management Company guarantees the Local Education Agency a minimum profit of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) for school year 2008/2009 and
WHEREAS, This guarantee is contingent upon the guarantee requirements as stated below.

      • Minimum of 170 serving days

      • Adoption of Student Lunch Price List and Faculty Lunch Price List

      • Reimbursement rates for 2008-09 are not less than 2007-08

      • Value of commodities for 2008-09 is not less than 2007-08

      • Enrollment remains constant

      • Local Education Agency is responsible for kitchen equipment maintenance and repair, smallwares purchases, and cleaning of floors in dining room and kitchen area

      • No change in school policy that significantly affects operating expenses

      • A special dietary policy for an individual or group that results in an extraordinary expense will be recorded separately.

      • No change in Federal or State regulation that impacts cafeteria operating revenue or expense

      • The Offer versus Serve policy is maintained

      • No competitive sales during cafeteria operating hours

      • Based on the Labor Schedule submitted


NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS: The Westwood Regional School District hereby awards Pomptonian Food Service the Food Service Management contract for the 2008-09 school year.
F. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, invoices for materials received and services rendered for the 2007-08 school year for May in the amount of $437,802.56 be ratified for payment in accordance with the lists reviewed by the Board.
G. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Report as of

May 31, 2008 of the Treasurer of School Moneys be received.
H. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, acknowledgement be made of the secretary’s certification that as of May 31, 2008, no budgetary line item account has encumbrances and expenditures, which in total exceed the line item appropriation in violation of N.J.A.C. 6A:23-2.11(a).
Keith A. Rosado,

Business Administrator


I. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, pursuant to N.J.A.C.-6A:23-2.11(c)4 we certify that as of May 31, 2008, after review of the Secretary’s monthly financial reports and upon consultation with the appropriate district officials, to the best of our 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.
J. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given the Adjusted Transfer Listing dated June 24, 2008, for the month of May 2008.
K. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given staff to attend out of district conferences per the attached list dated June 24, 2008.
L. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given to the

extended summer tuition contracts for the 2008 school year as per the attached list.


M. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, invoices for materials received and services rendered for the 2007-08 school year for June in the amount of $1,028,675.52 be approved for payment in accordance with the lists reviewed by the Board.
N. Any Finance addendum items will be considered at this time.

15. CURRICULUM/PROGRAMS: Mrs. Gregory, Ch.


A. Report
B. Any Curriculum/Programs addendum items will be considered at this time.

16. LEGISLATION/POLICY: Mrs. Mountain, Ch.




  1. Report

B. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, that the Board approve as a 2nd reading the following Policies:





Number

Title

Number

Title


6162.

Corporate Sponsorship

6740.

Capital Reserve Account

6421.

Purchases Budgeted

6810.

Financial Objectives

6422.

Budget Transfers, Emergency Purchases and Overexpenditure of Funds

6820.

Financial Reports

6440.

Cooperative Purchasing

6830.

Audit and Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

6450.

Choice of Vendor

8500.

Food Services

6470.

Payment of Claims

8506.

School Lunch Program Biosecurity Plan

6510.

Payroll Authorization

8540.

Free and Reduced Rate Meals

6520.

Payroll Deductions

8630.

Bus Driver Responsibility

6620.

Petty Cash

8660.

Transportation by Private Vehicle

6630.

Athletic Fund

8670.

Transportation of Disabled Students

6640.

Cafeteria Fund

8690.

Monitoring Devices on School Vehicles

6650.

Scholarship Fund

8710.

Property Insurance

6660.

Student Activity Fund

8750.

Employee Indemnification

6700.

Investments

8760.

Student Accident Insurance

C. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, that the Board approve the following job descriptions effective July 1, 2008:




  • Bus Aide

  • Cafeteria/Recess Aide

  • School Library/Media Specialist

  • Media Aide

D. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given to the

Westwood Regional Buildings and Grounds Calendar and Technology Calendar as per the attached list dated June 24, 2008.
E. Any Legislation/Policy addendum items will be considered at this time.
17. SPECIAL EDUCATION: Mrs. Schaadt, Ch.
A. Report
B. Any Special Education addendum items will be considered at this time.
18. BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS/LONG RANGE PLANNING: Mr. Koch, Ch.
A. Report
B. Any Buildings and Grounds/Long Range Planning addendum items will be considered at this time.

19. ATHLETICS/PERFORMING ARTS: Mrs. Hanlon, Ch.


A. Report
B. Any Athletics/Performing Arts addendum items will be considered at this time.
20. TECHNOLOGY: Ms. Firriolo, Ch.
A. Report
B. Any Technology addendum items will be considered at this time.
21. PUBLIC RELATIONS: Mr. Liddy, Ch.
A. Report
B. Motion: that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, approval be given to receive and file the board communications as per the attached list.
C. Any Public Relations addendum items will be considered at this time.
22. OPEN FORUM (Pursuant to Board Policy 0167 – Public Participation in Board Meetings)
During this portion of the meeting, the residents are invited to address the Board with any questions, comments, or concerns that may be in respect to the operation of their schools. In so doing, the Board requests that individuals address the Board, giving name and address, and asks that all remarks be directed to the Board. The Board wishes to remind all attendees at its meetings that while it subscribes without reservation to the principle of keeping the community completely informed, by policy it cannot allow public discussion of personnel matters. Each speaker’s statement will be limited to five (5) minutes in duration.
If a matter concerning staff of the Westwood Regional School District is of interest or concern to a resident, the matter should be referred to the responsible Building Principal, Superintendent of Schools, or the Board of Education, either by telephone or letter. The Open Forum will be limited to one hour in duration.
23. ADJOURNMENT
Motion: that this meeting be adjourned and the Board meet in Private Executive Session for

the purpose of discussion of personnel, litigious, and negotiation matters. The decisions which emanate from these discussions will be disclosed to the public when action is taken by the Board.


COMMUNICATIONS

  1. Letter from F.G. regarding positive thoughts for staff member.

  2. Letter from F.K. regarding positive thoughts for staff member.

  3. Letter from C.L. and C.L. regarding positive thoughts for staff member.




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