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REGULAR PUBLIC MEETING MARCH 23, 2015 BOARD OF
REGULAR PUBLIC MEETING
MARCH 23, 2015
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Ridgewood, New Jersey
March 23, 2015
Education Center
Executive Session
6:00 p.m.
Regular Public Meeting
7:30 p.m.
AGENDA
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MEETING REGULATIONS
At all regular meetings, two opportunities are provided for citizens to make comments.
The public comment periods will be scheduled after presentations and approximately
9:00 p.m. or just prior to the end of the meeting, whichever occurs first. The first
opportunity may be limited by the presiding officer to conclude at about 8:00 p.m. in
order for the Board to continue with its scheduled agenda. The second opportunity will
occur at about 9:00 p.m. at the discretion of the presiding officer taking into
consideration a break point in the agenda.
At every opportunity for public comment, citizens are invited to comment on subjects on
the agenda or general topics.
At the discretion of the presiding officer, public comments may be permitted at other
times.
Persons wishing to speak must, upon being recognized, rise, sign in, and state their
names and addresses. Each speaker shall be limited to four minutes. The Board
Recorder will note the time. A speaker who has not finished in the allotted time will be
directed by the presiding officer to summarize quickly and relinquish the floor within 30
seconds.
Comments shall be limited to issues. If personal remarks or discourteous statements
are made, the presiding officer shall require the speaker to stop. No person will be
recognized for a second time until all others asking to speak have been heard.
Mission Statement
The Ridgewood Public Schools, committed to a tradition of excellence and innovation,
in partnership with the community, provide a rich and challenging learning environment,
enabling students to maximize their unique potentials to become life-long learners
and productive, responsible citizens.
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I. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL
Ms. Brogan
II. FLAG SALUTE AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Ms. Brogan
III. OPENING STATEMENT BY PRESIDING OFFICER
Ms. Brogan
IV. PRESENTATIONS
Ms. Brogan
A. MIDDLE SCHOOLS LEHMAN COLLEGE WRITING PROJECT
Dr. Fishbein
B. SOLAR AT BFMS & GWMS
Dr. Fishbein
C. PARCC UPDATE
Dr. Fishbein
D. 2015-2016 BUDGET
Dr. Fishbein
E. STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE REPORT
Dr. Fishbein
V. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
Ms. Brogan
VI. CONSENT ITEMS
Dr. Fishbein
A. ATTENDANCE AT CONFERENCES
As listed on Attachment A.
Dr. Fishbein
B. ADMINISTRATION
Dr. Fishbein
i. Receipt of Suspension and Harassment, Intimidation, and
Bullying (HIB) Reports
The Board has received confidential information regarding
suspensions and investigations of HIB that have occurred since
the last Board meeting.
Dr. Fishbein
ii. Approval: Rescind Appointment of General Bond Counsel
Approval to rescind the appointment of General Bond Counsel,
Anthony Sciarrillo, Esq., of Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook &
Cooper, P.C., Westfield, New Jersey, effective the end of
business on March 31, 2015, approved at the May 5, 2014
Regular Public Meeting.
Dr. Fishbein
iii. Approval: Appointment of General Bond Counsel
WHEREAS, the Ridgewood Board of Education requires the
professional services of Board Counsel, and
Dr. Fishbein
WHEREAS, the nature of the services to be performed meet the
definition of “professional services” set forth in the Public School
Contract Law, and
WHEREAS, funds are available to obtain such professional
services, and ACCORDINGLY, the Ridgewood Board of
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Education, at the public meeting held on March 23, 2015,
authorizes the award of the following professional services
appointment and contract:
That Anthony Sciarrillo, Esq., of Sciarrillo, Cornell, Merlino,
McKeever & Osborne, Westfield, NJ, be appointed Board
Counsel for the period April 1, 2015 through June 30, 2015, at
the rate of $160 per hour.
This professional services contract is made and awarded
without competitive bidding as the services will be rendered by
the persons experienced in the practice of a process requiring
specialized knowledge and resources.
C. CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION
Dr. Fishbein
i. Approval: Field Trips
Approval of field trips, as listed on Attachment B.
Dr. Fishbein
ii. Approval: Speaking/Training Agreement with TurnAbout
Learning LLC
Approval of a Speaking/Training Agreement with TurnAbout
Learning LLC, Aaron Sams, on Monday, October 12, 2015, at
BFMS, in the amount of $5,000.
Dr. Fishbein
The Board has received background information.
iii. Approval: 2014-2015 GWMS
& BFMS Spring Sports
Schedules
Approval of the 2014-2015 GWMS & BFMS Spring sports
schedules, as listed below.
These schedules has been reviewed and endorsed for equal
educational opportunity.
GWMS
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Day
Date
Friday
3/6/15
Tuesday
3/10/15
Thursday
3/12/15
Tuesday
3/17/15
Wednesday
3/18/15
Thursday
3/19/15
Friday
3/20/15
Monday
3/23/15
Thursday
3/26/15
School
BFMS
Allendale
HoHoKus
HoHoKus
Hawthorne Christian
Allendale
BFMS
GWMS Teachers
RHS Tournament
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Place
Home
Away
Away
Home
Home
Home
Away
Home
Away
Time
3:30
3:30
3:30
3:30
3:30
3:30
3:30
3:30
3:15
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BFMS
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Day
Date
Thursday
3/5/15
Tuesday
3/10/15
Tuesday
3/17/15
Friday
3/20/15
Tuesday
3/24/15
Thursday
3/26/15
School
Hawthorne Christian
HoHoKus
Allendale
GWMS
HoHoKus
RHS Tournament
Place
Home
Away
Away
Home
Home
Away
Time
3:30
3:30
3:30
3:30
3:30
3:15
Place
Home
Away
Home
Home
Time
3:30
3:30
3:30
3:30
BFMS
BOYS & GIRLS TRACK
Day
Date
Tuesday
4/21/15
Tuesday
4/21/15
Thursday
4/30/15
Thursday
5/28/15
School
Oakland
Ramsey
HoHoKus
Invitational
D. HUMAN RESOURCES
Dr. Fishbein
i. New Position for the 2014-2015 School Year
• One-to-One Special Education Classroom Aide, Willard
School, effective March 26, 2015.
Dr. Fishbein
ii. Creation of Position and Job Description for the 2014-2105
School Year
It is recommended that the Board approve the creation of the
following position and the attached job description: Supervisor
of Wellness (Health and Physical Education K-12), as listed on
Attachment C.
Dr. Fishbein
iii. Appointments
(Appointments subject to receipt of appropriate documentation
and New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) certificate,
if required.)
Long-Term Substitutes
BRIZZOLARA, Dawn – Leave of Absence Replacement Fourth
Grade Teacher, Willard School, effective March 9, 2015 through
June 22, 2015, at a daily rate of $125 per day, until the
assignment ends. Ms. Brizzolara possesses a NJDOE
Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing as an
Elementary School Teacher in Grades K-6.
Dr. Fishbein
Revision: GUINAN, Kaitlin – Leave of Absence Replacement
Second Grade Teacher, Travell School, from effective March
23, 2015 through June 22, 2015, approved by the Board at its
meeting of February 9, 2015, to effective March 16, 2015
through June 22, 2015.
Account #11.120.100.0101.09.06.019.000
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Classroom Aides
LYNCH, Shannon – Self-Contained Special Education
Classroom Aide, (LLD), Willard School, effective March 26,
2015, or as soon after as possible, through June 18, 2015, 5.75
hours per day, five days per week, at an hourly rate of $16.49.
Account #11.204.100.0106.00.07.007.001
Revision: MATTIELLO, Dana – Inclusion/Resource Room
Special Education Classroom Aide, Somerville School, from
effective March 10, 2105, or as soon after as possible, through
June 18, 2015, approved by the Board at its meeting of March
9, 2015, to effective March 16, 2015 through June 18, 2015.
Account #11.000.217.0110.00.05.005.001
Home Instructors, on an as-needed basis, for the 2014-2015
School Year
• Paul Bonazzi – Special Education Science Teacher, at the
contracted hourly rate of $56.57
• Natalie Tracy – First Grade Teacher, Travell School, at the
contracted hourly rate of $56.57, effective March 24, 2015
Revisions to Spring 2015 Coaching Assignments, as listed
below, originally approved at the June 23, 2014 Board Meeting
and revised at the March 9, 2015 Regular Public Meeting
Remove: Thomas Devita, Assistant Track Coach
Replace: Patrick Ryan, Assistant Track Coach
Remove: Jeffrey Yearing, Assistant Baseball Coach
Replace: David Tashian, Assistant Baseball Coach
iv. Resignations for the Purpose of Retirement
Teacher
WEEKS, Patricia – Education Specialist, Somerville School,
effective July 1, 2015, with eighteen years of Ridgewood
Service.
Dr. Fishbein
MCGUIRE, Elizabeth – Classroom Aide, Infant/Toddler
Development Center, effective June 30, 2015, with twentythree years of Ridgewood service.
v. Resignation
O’NEIL, Brian – One-to-One Special Education Classroom
Aide, Ridge School, RISe Program, effective March 27, 2015.
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vi. Leaves of Absence
VILARDI, Louisa – English Teacher, Ridgewood High School,
effective June 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, with a
reinstatement date of September 1, 2016, in accordance with
the REA/Board Agreement and utilizing the FMLA and/or
NJFLA leave entitlement.
Dr. Fishbein
Revision: ROEDER, Megan – Third Grade Teacher, Hawes
School, from effective May 6, 2015 through November 6, 2015,
with a reinstatement date of November 9, 2015, approved by
the Board at its meeting of December 15, 2014, to effective
April 16, 2015 through June 19, 2015, with a reinstatement date
of August 31, 2015, in accordance with REA/Board Agreement
and utilizing the FMLA and/or NJFLA leave entitlement.
Revision: TREIBLE, Carolyn – Second Grade Teacher, Travell
School, from effective March 23, 2015 through October 24,
2015, with a reinstatement date of October 26, 2015, approved
by the Board at its meeting of February 23, 2015, to effective
March 16, 2015 through October 21, 2015, with a reinstatement
date of October 22, 2015, in accordance with REA/Board
Agreement and utilizing the FMLA and/or NJFLA leave
entitlement.
vii. Unpaid Leaves of Absence
CHAMBRE, Susan – Resource Room Teacher, Somerville
School, effective September 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016,
with a reinstatement date of September 1, 2016.
Dr. Fishbein
NICOLA, Lauren – Third Grade Teacher, Willard School,
effective September 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, with a
reinstatement date of September 1, 2016.
viii. Supplemental Pay Beyond Contract
Ridge School
Kindergarten Registration - February 3 and 5, 2015, at the
contracted hourly rate
• Colleen Manke, R.N. - not to exceed four hours, at an
hourly rate of $51.92 ($207.68)
Account #11.000.213.0104.00.04.004.000
Six Chaperones - Fifth Grade Overnight Encampment – May
21-22, 2015, each to receive $200.00 ($1,200)
Stewart Holmes, Meghan McDermott, Lindsay Mitchell,
Andrea Petrone, Colleen Manke, R.N., and Jean
Schoenlank Account #11.401.100.0101.00.04.004.001
Megan Simon, Ridge RISe Special Education Teacher, to
provide support for special education students participating in
the Fifth Grade Show, April 30, 2015, not to exceed two hours,
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at an hourly rate of $43.20 ($86.40)
Account #11.212.100.0101.00.08.019.000
Benjamin Franklin Middle School
Coordinator, Scorer, and Proctor for New Jersey Math League,
February 24, 2015, each not to exceed two hours, each at an
hourly rate of $39.11 ($156.44)
• Anna Lynn Esposito and Courtney Pfeiffer
Account #11.401.100.0101.00.08.008.001
Coaches for Boys and Girls Track Team, each not to exceed
26 hours for practices and meets, each at an hourly rate of
$39.11 ($5,084.30)
• Erin Corcoran, Michael Lauricelli, Jason Ordini, Amber
Nizza, and Michael Rooney
Account #11.402.100.0101.00.08.008.001
Technology Support for Board Meetings, effective March
11, 2015 through June 30, 2015
• James Michels, at an hourly rate of $25.00, as needed
• Neil Valere, at an hourly rate of $26.79, as needed
Account #11.000.230.0110.00.45.045.001
Professional Development
Wendy Carroll – Language Arts and Math Professional
Development Workshops, April 7th, May 26th, and June 2nd, not
to exceed fifteen hours, at an hourly rate of $51.92 ($778.80)
Account #11.000.223.0500.00.04.004.000
Elnor Zeqiri, Technology Support for the April 21, 2015
Community Outreach Program – Raising Financially Literate
Children, Education Center, not to exceed four hours, at an
hourly rate of $27.52 ($110.08).
Account #11.000.221.0104.00.22.022.001
Curriculum Writing
K-5 Music Curriculum – review and alignment to 2014
Standards
• Deborah Gregory-Fink, Tara Hutchison, and Steve
Polanin, each not to exceed twelve hours, at an hourly rate
of $51.92 ($1,869.12)
• Denise Owen and Annie Pecorelli, each not to exceed
fifteen hours, at an hourly rate of $51.92 ($1,557.60)
Account #11.000.221.0104.00.22.022.001
K-5 Art Curriculum – review and alignment to 2014 Standards
• Christina Chicas, Paul Cronk, Rob Krokus, Erika Pifher,
Nicola Stewart, and Samantha Stankiewicz, each not to
exceed twelve hours, at an hourly rate of $51.92
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($3,738.24).
Account #11.000.221.0104.00.22.022.001
ix. Additional Substitutes for the 2014-2015 School Year
Teachers: Lillian
Francess,
Jacqueline
Giordano,
Beverly Herlihy
E. FINANCE
Dr. Fishbein
i. Acceptance of Restricted Donations
Resolved, the Board of Education accepts the following
restricted gifts for the 2014-2015 school year, to be used as
indicated:
Donor
RHS HSA
Amount
$10,368
RHS HSA
$ 4,080
Dr. Fishbein
Use
To purchase a projector and screen for the
Learning Commons.
To purchase additional furniture for the Learning
Commons, including 9 rolling chairs, 8 stackable
chairs, and 3 mobile file cabinets.
Dr. Fishbein
Account Number
20.025.000.2200.00.10.010.000
20.025.200.0732.00.10.010.000
Acceptance of a gift in kind from the RHS Home and School
Association of additional furniture for the Learning Commons,
included a desk for the librarian, additional tables and chairs,
additional bookcases, and built in bookcases, valued at
$35,553.77.
Acceptance of a gift in kind from Ridgewood Arts Council of a
collection of Community Art Work for the RHS Learning
Commons, valued at $3,000.
ii. Approval: Authorization of the Cancellation of Outstanding
Columbia Bank Checks Drawn on the General Fund
Approval for authorization of the cancellation of outstanding
Columbia Bank checks drawn on the General Fund.
Whereas, the Business Office has reviewed the disbursement
activity of the General Fund and found that these outstanding
checks were approximately one year old or more and should be
cancelled; now, therefore,
Be it Resolved, that the Ridgewood Board of Education
authorize the cancellation of the Columbia Bank checks listed
below.
General Fund
Check #
Amount
61333
$
24.50
61878
$
442.00
61906
$
442.00
62245
$
90.00
62666
$
85.19
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62673
64612
64751
64876
65262
65817
65918
66018
66514
66552
Total
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
11.27
8.35
442.00
24.42
7.83
525.37
437.60
8.23
40.36
15.00
2,604.12
iii. Approval: Joint Transportation Agreement with the South
Bergen Jointure Commission
BE IT RESOLVED that the Ridgewood Board of Education
does hereby approve an agreement with the South Bergen
Jointure Commission, an approved Coordinated Transportation
Services Agency, for the purpose of transporting students in
accordance with Chapter 53, P.L. 1997 for the 2015-2016
school year. The services to be provided include, but are not
limited to, the coordinated transportation of nonpublic, out of
district special education, vocational and summer programs.
Dr. Fishbein
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ridgewood Board of Education
agrees to abide by the Transportation Services Agreement as
published by the South Bergen Jointure Commission Education
and attached to this resolution.
iv. Approval: Joint Transportation Agreement with the
Mahwah Board of Education/Region 1
BE IT RESOLVED that the Ridgewood Board of Education
does hereby approve an agreement with the Region 1/Mahwah
Board of Education, a Coordinated Transportation Services
Agency, for the purpose of transporting students in accordance
with Chapter 53, P.L. 1997 for the 2015-2016 school year. The
services to be provided include, but are not limited to, the
coordinated transportation of public, nonpublic and special
education students.
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ridgewood Board of Education
agrees to abide by the Transportation Services Agreement as
published by the Region 1/Mahwah Board of Education and
attached to this resolution.
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v. Approval: Vendors to Provide E-Ratable Internet and
Telecommunications Services for the 2015-2016 School
Year
Approval of vendors to provide E-ratable internet and
telecommunications services as listed on Attachment D.
Dr. Fishbein
The Board has received background information.
vi. Approval: Budget Appropriation Transfers
Resolved, the Board of Education approve transfers for
February 2015 as shown in the Journal Entry listing pursuant
to Policy 6422.
vii. Approval: Secretary’s Line Item Certification
Whereas, the Board of Education has received the Report of the
Secretary for the month of February 2015;
Dr. Fishbein
Dr. Fishbein
Whereas, in compliance with N.J.A.C. 6:20-2A.10(d), 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, the 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, and
Be it Further Resolved, in compliance with N.J.A.C. 6:202A.10(e), the Board of Education certifies that, after review of
the secretary’s monthly financial reports (appropriation section)
and upon consultation with the appropriate district officials, to
the best of its knowledge, no major account or fund has been
overexpended in violation of N.J.A.C. 6:20-2A.10(a) (1), and
that sufficient funds are available to meet the district’s financial
obligations for the remainder of the school year.
viii. Acceptance of Board Secretary and Treasurer Report
Whereas, the Board of Education has received the report of the
Secretary and Treasurer for the month of February 2015; now,
therefore,
Be it Resolved, the Board of Education accepts the above
referenced reports and orders that it be attached to and made
part of the official record of this meeting.
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VII. APPROVAL OF BILLS
DATES
Feb 26
Feb 26
March 2
March 3
March 4
March 4
March 12
March 12
March 12
March 18
DESCRIPTION
Payroll Transfer
Food Service
Columbia Bank On-Lines
Food Service
Columbia Bank Off-Line
Columbia Bank On-Line
Payroll Transfer
Columbia Bank Voided
Check
Wire Transfer
Columbia Bank On-Lines
Ms. Brogan
68819
AMOUNTS
2,913,962.54
8,790.52
609,813.87
187,155.30
310.00
41,635.31
2,904,615.53
(400.00)
REVIEWED
BY
V. Loncto
M. Lenhard
V. Loncto
V. Loncto
V. Loncto
M. Lenhard
M. Lenhard
M. Lenhard
03152015
69184-69338
887,429.98
1,877,154.47
M. Lenhard
M. Lenhard
TOTAL
9,430,467.52
CHECK NUMBERS
1206
69107-69180
1203-1205
38037
69181-69183
VIII. BOARD MEMBER ANNOUNCEMENTS
Ms. Brogan
IX. BOARD COMMITTEE REPORTS
Ms. Brogan
X. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC
Ms. Brogan
XI. DISCUSSION ITEMS
• NJSBA Resolution
Ms. Brogan
XII. ACCEPTANCE OF MINUTES
 March 9, 2015 Executive Session and Regular Public Meeting
 March 11, 2015 Special Public Meeting
Ms. Brogan
XIII. OTHER BUSINESS
Ms. Brogan
XIV. MOTION TO GO INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION
Ms. Brogan
XV. RECONVENED PUBLIC MEETING
Ms. Brogan
XVI. ADJOURNMENT
Ms. Brogan
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Coming Meetings
March 25, 2015
Public Meeting for Executive Session
6 :30 p.m. Education Center
April 8, 2015
Public Meeting for Executive Session
6:30 p.m. Education Center
April 13, 2015
Joint Meeting with Village Council & Regular
Public Meeting
7:30 p.m. Education Center
April 15, 2015
Public Meeting for Executive Session
6:30 p.m. Education Center
April 22, 2015
Public Meeting for Executive Session
6:30 p.m. Education Center
April 27, 2015
Public Hearing on Budget & Regular Public
Meeting
7:30 p.m. Education Center
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ATTACHMENT A
2014 – 2015 CONFERENCES FOR APPROVAL
Staff Member
Bianco, Andrew
BFMS
Oldenburger, Rachel
Ridge
Aguilar, Alfredo
Education Center
Khoury-Frias, Joann
Education Center
Best, Cheryl
Education Center
Name of Conference
Location & Dates
NJ Google Summit
West Orange, NJ
March 14-15, 2015
NJ Google Summit
West Orange, NJ
March 14-15, 2015
NJASBO – Purchasing
Rockaway ,NJ
March 26, 2015
NJASBO – Purchasing
Rockaway ,NJ
March 26, 2015
International Society for Technology in Education Annual
Conference & Expo
Philadelphia, PA
June 28 – July 1, 2015
Estimated
Cost for
Approval
$ 299
# of Sub
Days
required
0
Professional
Development
$ 332
0
Professional
Development
$ 72
0
Professional
Development
$ 72
0
Professional
Development
$1,847
0
Rationale
Professional
Development
The total cost for these conferences is $2,662. Upon Board approval of all of these conferences, the total expenditure for travel and
conferences for 2014-15 will be $103,469 leaving a balance of $6,781 remaining in the $110,250.00 approved by the Board for travel
and conferences.
The total cost of substitutes for these conferences is $0. Upon Board approval of these conferences, the total expenditure for
substitutes for travel and conferences for 2014-15 will be $12,150.
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FIELD TRIPS FOR APPROVAL
March 23, 2015
ONE DAY TRIPS
Date
03/14/15
ATTACHMENT B
School
BFMS
Approx.
# of
#
Anticipated
Est.
Annual
Meets
# and
Chaperones
Substitutes
Cost of Subs
Total
Event
Requirements
Group of
and dates
@ $90 per day for
Cost
Students
for each
teachers and $130
To
per day for Nurse
District
4 members of the
2
0
$0
$0
no
no
1
0
$0
$0
no
no
Mathcounts Team
03/21/15
RHS
12 members of the
History Bowl
03/27/15
Hawes
60 grade 4 students
10
0
$0
$0
yes
yes
04/08/15
GWMS
32 grade 8 English
3
0
$0
$0
yes
yes
4
2 for 1 day
$180
$180
yes
yes
4
0
$0
$0
yes
yes
12
0
$0
$0
yes
yes
4
4 for 1 day
$360
$360
yes
yes
Students
04/10/15
GWMS
115 grade 7 science
Students
04/10/15
RHS
180 grades 9-12 Music
students
04/15/15
RHS
280 grades 9-12 Music
students
04/16/15
GWMS
115 grade 7 science
04/23/15
Ridge
96 grade 5 students
10
0
$0
$0
yes
yes
04/30/15
Somerville
82 grade 5 students
8
0
$0
$0
yes
yes
students
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FIELD TRIPS FOR APPROVAL
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ONE DAY TRIPS
Date
ATTACHMENT B
School
Approx.
# of
#
Anticipated
Est.
Annual
Meets
# and
Chaperones
Substitutes
Cost of Subs
Total
Event
Requirements
Group of
and dates
@ $90 per day for
Cost
Students
for each
teachers and $130
To
per day for Nurse
District
05/01/15
Ridge
94 grade 5 students
10
0
$0
$0
yes
yes
05/01/15
Travell
23 grade 5 Art students
7
2 for 1 day
$180
$180
yes
yes
05/13/15
BFMS
24 grade 8 English
2
0
$0
$0
no
yes
1
0
$0
$0
no
yes
2
1
$90
$90
yes
yes
4
0
$0
$0
no
yes
students
05/14/15
RHS
8 World Language
Students
05/22/15
GWMS
17 grades 7-8 Music
Students
05/22/15
GWMS
4 grade 8 RISe
Students
05/29/15
Travell
22 grade 5 Art students
7
2 for 1 day
$180
$180
yes
yes
06/01/15
Travell
23 grade 5 Art students
10
2 for 1 day
$180
$180
yes
yes
06/02/15
Travell
67 grade 4 Music
8
0
$0
$0
yes
yes
1 for 1/2
$45
$45
yes
yes
Students
06/04/15
Ridge
98 grade 4 Music students
7
day a.m.
06/11/15
Ridge
94 grade 5 students
45
0
$0
$0
yes
yes
06/11/15
Willard
88 grade 4 students
17
0
$0
$0
no
yes
15
FIELD TRIPS FOR APPROVAL
March 23, 2015
ONE DAY TRIPS
Date
ATTACHMENT B
School
Approx.
# of
#
Anticipated
Est.
Annual
Meets
# and
Chaperones
Substitutes
Cost of Subs
Total
Event
Requirements
Group of
and dates
@ $90 per day for
Cost
Students
for each
teachers and $130
To
per day for Nurse
District
06/17/15
Hawes
75 grade 5 students
4
0
$0
$0
yes
yes
06/17/15
Ridge
94 grade 5 students
4
0
$0
$0
yes
yes
16
OVERNIGHT FIELD TRIPS FOR APPROVAL
March 23, 2015
Co-Curricular Trips
DATES
SCHOOL
ATTACHMENT B
Approx.
# Unpaid
#
Anticipated
Est.
Annual
Meets
# and
Chaperones
Substitutes
Cost of Subs
Total
Event
Requirements
Group of
and dates
@ $90 per day
Cost
Students
for each
for teachers
To
and $130 per day
District
yes
yes
for Nurse
4/24/15 TO
RHS
44 members of DECA
6
3 for 4 days
4/29/2015
$1,080
$9,194
(travel, hotel, meals)
$10,274 total
17
OVERNIGHT FIELD TRIPS FOR APPROVAL
March 23, 2015
Overnight Trips
DATES
SCHOOL
ATTACHMENT B
Approx.
# and
# Unpaid
# Paid
Chaperones Chaperones
Anticipated
#
Anticipated
Est.
Cost for
Substitutes
Cost of Subs
Total
@ $90 per day
Cost
Group of
And # of
Students
Overnights
Teacher/Nurse and dates
Chaperones
for each
@ $200 per
for each
Overnight
5/21/15
TO 5/22/15
Ridge
94 grade
5 students
14
6 for
$1,200
1 night
18
for teachers
To
and $130 per day
District
Annual
Meets
Event Requirements
for Nurse
0
$0
$1,200
yes
yes
MARCH 23, 2015
ATTACHMENT C
RIDGEWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Ridgewood, New Jersey
JOB DESCRIPTION
Supervisor of Wellness (Health, and Physical Education - K-12)
I.
TITLE:
Supervisor of Wellness (Health and Physical Education K-12)
II.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Holds a Principal or Supervisor certificate. Demonstrates leadership in
curriculum development and staff supervision. Teaching experience in
physical education and health preferred.
III.
PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:
Responsible for curriculum, supervision, and staff development in health,
physical education, home economics, and health services. Serves as
supervisor of the high school health, family and consumer science, and
physical education departments. Provides district-wide leadership in the
areas of health and physical education.
IV.
REPORTS TO:
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment - District
responsibilities; Principals - Health and Physical Education responsibilities
V.
SUPERVISES:
Health and physical education staff, nurses, family and consumer science.
Assist site management at Ridgewood High School athletic events.
VI.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Oversee the development, implementation and assessment of K-12
PE, health and consumer science curriculum and instruction.
2. Participates in the recruitment and selection of health, physical
education, and nursing staff.
3. Serves as primary or secondary evaluator of health education, nursing
staff, family and consumer science, and physical education staff.
4. Provides leadership in evaluating and improving the health and
physical education programs and curriculum; coordinates programs to
ensure K-12 continuity.
5. Plans and executes staff development for health and physical
education.
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MARCH 23, 2015
ATTACHMENT C
JOB DESCRIPTION
Supervisor of Wellness (Health, and Physical Education - K-12)
6. Participates in the selection of materials and instructional techniques
to be used in health and physical education programs.
7. Works closely with principals and athletic director in planning and
monitoring after-school recreation and intramural athletic programs;
assists in the orientation, supervision, and evaluation of staff involved
in those programs.
8. Assists principals in preparation of annual budgets for health and
physical education.
9. Advises the Coordinator of the Ridgewood Community School in
planning and organizing community school programs in health,
physical education, and recreation.
10. Works closely with the Athletic Director to promote cooperation with
community sports programs; represents the school system and works
with Village personnel in providing a community recreation program.
11. Advises the Business Administrator on all matters related to the
maintenance and use of district physical education facilities including
all gymnasiums, playgrounds, and playing fields.
12. Works closely with Buildings and Grounds to ensure safe conditions
for the physical education program of the district.
13. Uses evaluation for self-improvement; carries out individual
professional improvement plan developed with supervisor.
14. Contributes to the efforts to accomplish systemwide goals (e.g.,
academic improvement projects) and special school objectives.
15. Assists in upholding and enforcing school rules, administrative
regulations, and Board of Education policy.
16. Performs other duties as assigned by the supervisor(s).
VII.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Twelve months
20
MARCH 23, 2015
ATTACHMENT C
JOB DESCRIPTION
Supervisor of Wellness (Health, and Physical Education - K-12)
VIII.
EVALUATION:
In accordance with Board policy on evaluation of
staff and the state administrative code.
_____________________
Daniel Fishbein, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
Approved by Board: 10/26/09
Revised: 3/09/15 -replacing Director of Wellness(Health and Physical Education- K12)
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MARCH 23, 2015
ATTACHMENT D
Recommendations for Vendors of 2015-2016 E-Rate-Eligible Services
Service
Category 1 - Voice
Wireless/cell phones
(E-rate 470 #375670001288574)
Vendor Proposal
Recommendation:
Verizon Wireless (incumbent)
Verizon Wireless (incumbent)
AT&T
Sprint
Category 1 - Voice
Telecommunications
(VoIP):
(E-rate 470 #285750001269689)
Recommendation:
Cablevision Lightpath (incumbent)
Cablevision Lightpath (incumbent)
Xtel
Data Network Solutions
Broadview
Offering
300 minutes per
line pooled for all
lines
WSCA contract;
Voice 300 minutes
shared, Voice &
Data 400 minutes
shared
Voice & Text 200
minutes shared,
Voice & Data
Bundle 450
shared
New 5-year term
10Mbps
50,000MOU
3-year term
DS1 On-net voice
50,000MOU
3-year term
50Mbps
40,000MOU
5-year term
22
Price
Notes
$933.78/month
$989.62/month
$1,062.33/month
$986/mo.
$1,369/mo.
$1,800/mo.
$4,028.52/mo
(Current contract end date 06/30/16;
Change to new contract allowed by vendor)
MARCH 23, 2015
ATTACHMENT D
Recommendations for Vendors of 2015-2016 E-Rate-Eligible Services
Service
Category 1 - Internet Access
Internet Access
(Primary ISP)
(MRESC E-rate 470
#399520001238888)
Vendor Proposal
Recommendation:
Cablevision Lightpath (incumbent)
Optimum Lightpath (incumbent)
Lightower
Category 1 - Internet Access
Internet Access
(Backup to Primary ISP):
(E-rate 470 #898520001270211)
Recommendation:
Verizon Business FiOS (incumbent)
Verizon Business FiOS (incumbent)
Data Network Solutions
(Frank Moschetti)
Lighttower (Nghia Bui)
Proficient (Tom Jordan)
Earthlink (Martin Larsen)
Category 1 - Internet Access
Internet Access
(Poles & Conduits):
(E-rate 470 #221580001271451)
Offering
5-year term
1000Mbps
3-year term
1000Mbps
[email protected]/300Mbps
Month-to-month
2-year term
[email protected]/300 Mbps
3-year term
Installation
[email protected]/300Mbps
3-year term
[email protected] 100 mbps
3-year term
[email protected] 50 Mbps
3-year term
Recommendation:
Verizon (incumbent)
Verizon (incumbent)
Price
Notes
$3,400/mo
$2,995/mo
MRESC ACT
(Current contract end date 06/30/16;
Change to new contract allowed by vendor)
NJ State Contract
T-1776
$610/mo.
$590/mo.
Reseller of Verizon Business FiOS
$590/mo.
+$500 OTC
$3,180/mo.
$3,198/mo.
$3,844.10/mo
No other vendors submitted proposals.
$28,655.50/yr
23
MARCH 23, 2015
ATTACHMENT D
Recommendations for Vendors of 2015-2016 E-Rate-Eligible Services
Service
Vendor Proposal
Category 2 – Wi-Fi Internal Connections
WiFi Cabling & Fiber Upgrade
Recommendation:
(at GW & BF)
Turn-Key Technologies
(E-rate 470 #551420001311522) Turn-Key Technologies
TechnoTime
Promedia
Distinctive Voice and Data
Category 2 – Wi-Fi Internal Connections
WiFi 10G Line Card
Recommendation:
(at EC for MS)
Dyntek
(E-rate 470 #438800001311575) Dyntek
Millennium
Promedia
Total Points
Price
36.5
34
33
29
$49,498.70
$51,123.00
$98,000.00
$55,698.85
13
12
11
$12,417.70
$12,822.63
$13,424.00
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Notes