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June 8, 2017 Board of Education Meeting Minutes

 

June 8, 2017

 

 

CALL TO ORDER

 

A special meeting of the Board of Education of the Parishville-Hopkinton Central School District was called to order at 7:30 P.M. by President W. Remington in the conference room on the above date.

 

 

ROLL CALL

 

Present: J. McGill, B. Remington, W. Remington, H. Simmons, D. Taylor, R. White, W. Witherell, J. Young, and T. Zellweger.

 

Absent: None.

 

Others: S. Gibson, S. Latimer, E. Lewis, and A. Mitchell.

 

 

QUORUM

Quorum of five established.

 

 

QUESTIONS FROM PUBLIC PRESS

None.

 

 

No. 2017-211

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS/W. COLLINS

 

Mr. Remington explained tom made contact with Dr. Collins and offered him the position as Superintendent of Schools. Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by J. Young to approve the following resolution:

 

Be it resolved that William Collins, Ed. D., Potsdam, NY, is appointed Super-
intendent of Schools effective July 1, 2017 with a 2017-2018 (July 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018) salary of $118,000.

 

Be it further resolved that the Board enter into a three (3) year contract effective
July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2020 to be signed and approved within thirty (30) days of
this appointment. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-212

ADJOURNMENT

Motion made by J. Young and seconded by T. Zellweger to adjourn at 7:34 P.M. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

 

 

 

 

___________________________

School District Clerk

 

June 19, 2017

 

 

CALL TO ORDER

The regular meeting of the Board of Education of the Parishville-Hopkinton Central School District was called to order at 7:30 P.M. by President W. Remington in the conference room on the above date.

 

 

ROLL CALL

 

Present: J. McGill, B. Remington, W. Remington, H. Simmons, D. Taylor, R. White, W. Witherell, J. Young, T. Zellweger, and Mr. Walbridge.

 

Absent: None.

 

Others: F. Barney, W. Collins, V. Doll, A. Ellison, B. Fuller, E. Harper, Jr.,
S. Heaslip, S. Latimer, D. Palen, B. Reid, M. Robinson, and M. Taylor.

 

 

QUORUM

Quorum of five established.

 

 

QUESTIONS FROM PUBLIC & PRESS

W. Remington thanked the children and community for the privilege of serving as Board member and Board President for the past seventeen years.

 

A. Ellison shared a prototype of a framed photograph collage. She stated she plans to order enough frames to make forty collages. Mrs. Ellison explained that each year, Follies will pay for producing a collage of that year’s school musical. A. Ellison said she is looking for pictures from previous school musicals. She said the intent was for alumni to visit the District and for students to find themselves on the Musical Wall of Fame. W. Remington thanked A. Ellison.

 

A. Ellison left the meeting at 7:31 P.M.

 

E. Harper said he has been a member of the community for many, many years. He thanked W. Remington and R. White for serving on the Board.

 

 

STUDENT/TEACHER RECOGNITION

B. Reid announced that First Grade student Sophia Sullivan was the Paw Ticket winner for the month of May. Ms. Reid also shared via Chromecast a photo from the Retirement dinner. B. Reid noted the Class of 2029 will graduate tomorrow morning. She said that today was Grade Level Promotion Day. Ms. Reid said this was a special week in the Elementary.

 

V. Doll said three students received one hundred dollars from the Rotary Club. She also listed CTE program award winners. Miss Doll added that employees from the local Kunoco came into the school and provided a nice spread of foods and desserts for teachers. She said that the Kunoco in Colton also provided a staff lunch at Colton-Pierrepont Central. V. Doll acknowledged Mr. Kuno’s generosity with thanks.

 

W. Remington thanked B. Reid and V. Doll.

 

 

No. 2017-213

MINUTES

 

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by W. Witherell to approve the Minutes of the May 15, 2017 regular meeting; May 16, 2017 Budget/Board Candidate Vote (with the addition of write-in candidate James Pullano); and June 8, 2017 special meeting, as typed and delivered to Board Members. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-214

TREAS. REPORTS

 

 

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by W. Witherell to approve the Treasurer’s Reports showing an available balance on hand as of May 31, 2016, as follows:

General Fund $35,843.63

General MMA 2,687,081.91

Unemployment Reserve 743,379.62

Future Retirement Reserve 216,689.14

Compensated Absences Reserve 557,495.55

Tax Certiorari Reserve 250,113.89

Capital Reserve 500,120.18

Insurance Reserve 83,736.08

Risk Retention (Property Loss Reserve) 45,025.49

School Lunch Fund 27,632.52

School Lunch Savings 45,410.77

Special Aid (Federal Fund) 0.03

Capital Fund -0-

Trust & Agency Fund -0-

Payroll Fund -0-

Scholarship Fund -0-

Scholarship Savings 30,181.49

Debt Service 156,381.40

Extra-Class Activities Fund……………………………………………..…… 96,110.74

9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

DISTRICT PROJECT UPDATES

Mr. Walbridge explained that both the Energy Performance Contract and the 2015 Building Conditions Survey capital projects are moving forward with July 11, 2017 and Fall 2017 votes, respectively. Mr. Walbridge asked if T. Zellweger wanted to comment on the June 6th Facilities Planning Committee meeting. T. Zellweger stated page 97 of the BCS indicated the cutoff point as to what the District has money for – auditorium lighting, electrical upgrades, asbestos abatement, phone replacement, hardwood floor replacements in the gyms, locker room remodeling, and playground updates. The cost was estimated at 2.35 million dollars. T. Zellweger noted there were still areas for improvements, but that those he listed are what the District can afford.

 

 

SIEMENS ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACT PRESENTATION

Mr. Walbridge introduced Steve Heaslip and Dayton Palen from Siemens. He noted that F. Barney was also in attendance to answer any questions that may arise. D. Palen, Siemens’ energy engineer, presented the improvements to be made to the building and facilities. He also discussed what an Energy Performance Contract is, and noted that it is an alternative means for a District to obtain capital improvements. D. Palen said the community does not have to vote on the EPC Project, as it will prove to be cost-negative. However, an affirmative vote from resident voters will yield the District an additional 10% in State aid.

 

D. Palen continued that Siemens has to guarantee the performance and savings of the project. He reviewed the financial potential overview. D. Palen said the District’s EPC Project would qualify for state aid and about $18,000 in grants and incentives (which Siemens applied for on behalf of the District). D. Palen also outlined the scope of the EPC. The Project will include LED lighting upgrades, plug-load management (controlling appliances such as Smartboards, coffee makers, and televisions through a schedule to prevent “ghost power loads” during hours when no one is in the building), building automation updates, optimum start sequencing, on demand control ventilation, building envelope improvements, replacement of one heating boiler, and transformer replacements. W. Witherell asked what the efficiency on the new boiler would be. D. Palen replied that it would be about 85%, and that it would be another fuel boiler (not propane as originally planned). D. Palen summarized the Project timeline, and said Project implementation would tentatively occur from September 2018 through August 2019. S. Heaslip said that Siemens would collaborate with teachers in the District to educate students on energy sustainability and other STEM topics. W. Remington thanked D. Palen and S. Heaslip for their presentation.

 

 

No. 2017-215

SCHEDULE APPROVAL

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by H. Simmons to approve the following schedules for audit and payment:

General Fund $1,008,125.71

School Lunch Fund 13,666.09

Federal Fund 175.00

Trust & Agency 129,452.53

Capital Fund -0-

9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-216

BUDGET TRANSFERS

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by H. Simmons to authorize the Business Manager to make the necessary budgetary transfers as attached for the Month of May, 2017. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-217

BUDGET REPORTS

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by H. Simmons to accept the Budget Reports for the Month of May, 2017, covering the period from July 1, 2016, through May, 2017, as presented. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-218

AMENDMENT TO DOCKET No. 2009-029

Mr. Walbridge explained that per the verbal finding of Mark Bono, it was recommended that the District change the wording of docket No. 2009-029, from TRS (Teachers’ Retirement Systems) to ERS (Employee’s Retirement Systems), as there is no such law currently that permits school districts to fund future retirement contributions for the TRS. The following excerpt is from the Board Minutes of August 18, 2008:

“Motion made by J. Young and seconded by T. Zellweger to establish a Reserve for Future Retirement Contributions to be funded in the amount of $300,000.00 to cover TRS (Teachers’ Retirement Systems) payments. 8 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.”

Mr. Robinson noted the Reserve has been operating as an Employees’ Retirement System Reserve since its establishment in 2008. Mr. Walbridge noted that currently there is approximately $200,000.00 in the account, which will increase to about $700,000.00 following a transfer from the Unemployment Reserve. Motion made by W. Witherell and seconded by T. Zellweger to amend the language in docket No. 2009-029 to now state “Motion made by J. Young and seconded by T. Zellweger to establish a Reserve for Future Retirement Contributions to be funded in the amount of $300,000.00 to cover ERS (Employees’ Retirement Systems) payments.” 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-219

BOARD RESOLUTION/ ADJUSTMENT OF RESERVE FUNDS

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by B. Remington to permit the Business Manager to make the necessary adjustments to funds in various reserves as outlined in the attached correspondence from the Business Manager. Mr. Robinson said that the adjustments have been approved in the past, often in June. He also noted that this request also follows the recent Comptroller’s Audit in which it was noted the District should level out its reserves to make them more sensible. M. Robinson said the amount of funds in the Tax Certiorari reserve was pointed out by Mark Bono, a reserve that must be closed every four years anyway. The excess funds from that reserve were put back into the appropriated fund balance. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-220

SCHOOL BUS BOND RESOLUTION

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by W. Witherell to adopt the attached Board Resolution as prepared by Timothy McGill authorizing the issuance of a Statutory Installment Bond for the purpose of financing the purchase of one (1) school bus with wheelchair lift at a total cost not to exceed the sum of $125,000.00 as approved by the voters of the District on May 16, 2017. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-221

ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACT VOTE TELLERS, ALTERNATES, AND CHAIRPERSON

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by W. Witherell and seconded by H. Simmons to appoint Chloe Ann O’Neil (Chief Election Inspector), Etta Phelix, and Fran Hazelton as the Energy Performance Contract Vote Tellers at a stipend of $75.00 for their services on July 11, 2017, and to appoint Mary Beth Williams and Kristine Bloom as alternate tellers, and to also appoint Timothy Zellweger as Chairperson for the Energy Performance Contract Vote, and William Collins as Alternate Chairperson in the event of T. Zellweger’s absence. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-222

BROCHURE AND BALLOT FOR ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACT PUBLIC VOTE

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by W. Witherell to approve the mailing brochure and ballot for the July 11, 2017 Energy Performance Contract public Vote. Mr. Walbridge said if no changes were necessary, the brochure would be sent to the BOCES printshop for production and then mailed. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-223

BOARD RESOLUTION/APPROVE FINAL SCOPE OF WORK IN 2015 BUILDING CONDITIONS SURVEY

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by W. Witherell to approve the final scope of work as outlined in the 2015 Building Conditions Survey as presented. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-224

DONATION OF FUNDS FROM PLAYGROUND FUND TO CAPITAL FUND

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by W. Witherell and seconded by B. Remington to approve the donation from the Playground Committee in the amount of $25,500 to the Capital Fund. B. Reid thanked the community for their kindness, and said once the donation is accepted she would inform the public as to how the money will be utilized. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-225

BUILDING LEVEL EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by W. Witherell and seconded T. Zellweger to approve the attached Parishville-Hopkinton Central School District Building Level Emergency Response Plan. D. Taylor asked if the District’s doors and hallways could be named and labeled. Mr. Walbridge said those aspects of our Building Level Emergency Response Plan could be fine-tuned moving forward. 9 in favor, 0 opposed. Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-226

ELEMENTARY TEACHER/

T. TENEYCK

Based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by D. Taylor to appoint Tara TenEyck to the position of full-time (1.0) Elementary Teacher, to be paid at Step 1 of the current Teachers’ Association Contract, effective September 1, 2017. This appointment will be probationary for a period of four years commencing September 1, 2017 and tentatively scheduled to conclude on August 31, 2021 in the tenure area of Early Childhood Education. [Certification: Initial Early Childhood Education (Birth - Grade 2), Initial Childhood Education (Grades 1-6)]. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-227

SUMMER NON-TEACHING

STAFF/G. RICHARDS/

D. LARUE/R. REMINGTON/ B. GENAWAY/

L. HUTCHINS/

E. JUDWARE/

C. MCINTOSH/M. PHILLIPS/

M. OPAL/V. TAILLON/

D. ROWBOTTOM/I. SNELL/

A. SMITH

Based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by W. Witherell and seconded by T. Zellweger to hire: Gwen Richards as Bus Driver of the Summer School run to Massena; David LaRue as Bus Driver for the Summer Special Education run to Potsdam; Robin Remington as Bus Monitor for the Summer Special Education run to Potsdam; Beverly Genaway, Leane Hutchins, Eugene Judware, Claudia McIntosh, Michael Phillips, Michael Opal, and Victoria Taillon as Full-Time Cleaners; and Daniel Rowbottom, Indiana Snell, and Allyson Smith as substitute part-time cleaners. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

 

 

 

F. Barney, B. Fuller, S. Heaslip, and D. Palen left the meeting at 8:16 P.M.

 

 

No. 2017-228

SUMMER RECORDS RETENTION CLERK/
J. WITHERELL

Based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by H. Simmons to appoint Judy Witherell to work in records retention for a portion of the summer. Mr. Walbridge noted that each summer, J. Witherell assists in records retention according to the ED-1 schedule, and keeps the Records Retention room intact and up to date. J. McGill in favor, H. Simmons in favor, B. Remington in favor, W. Remington in favor, D. Taylor in favor, R. White in favor, J. Young in favor, T. Zellweger in favor, W. Witherell abstained, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-229

BOOKS… THEN THE BEACH POSITIONS/
E. CASEY/R. ROSE/

STUDENT AIDE:

K. GRIFFITH

The Board reviewed a memo from Brooke Reid which outlined the 2017 Books… Then the Beach Program scheduled for July 10 through August 11, 2017. Based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by W. Witherell and seconded by B. Remington to appoint Miss Erin Casey as Lead Teacher for the 1st and 2nd Grade Group; Ms. Rebecca Rose as Lead Teacher for the 3rd/4th/5th Grade Group, Monday – Friday, 9:00-11:45 A.M. daily at $25 per hour; and to appoint Miss Kelsey Griffith as the Books… Then the Beach Student Aide at the current minimum wage rate of $9.70 per hour. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

(Two additional days have been added to the program schedule as follows: one day prior to July 10th to provide teachers with time to prepare for their students’ arrival and August 11th in order to analyze student data and prepare a report to assess the effectiveness of the intervention services. All student exit information will be shared with B. Reid and next year’s classroom teachers. These two days will be paid at a stipend of $100 per day.)

 

 

No. 2017-230

COACHING/ADVISOR APPOINTMENTS FOR 2017-2018

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by W. Witherell to approve the list of coaches and advisors as presented at this time for the 2017-2018 school year. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-231

ADMINISTRATIVE EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by H. Simmons to approve contract adjustments for Elementary Principal/CSE Chair; High School Principal/Athletic Director; Director of Maintenance, Operations, and Transportation; Head Motor Equipment Mechanic; and Confidential Secretary for the 2017-2018 school year. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

NON-UNIT SALARY SHEET

Motion made by T. Zellweger to table this item to Executive Session.

 

 

No. 2017-232

ADD’L SUBSTITUTES FOR 2016-2017/S. TOSHACK

The master list for of substitutes with an additional elementary teacher substitute was reviewed by the Board. Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by W. Witherell and seconded by B. Remington to approve the additional 2016-2017 substitute noted on the master list as attached. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-233

HEALTH INS. BUYOUTS

Based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by W. Witherell to approve Addendums of Agreement for Health Insurance Coverage to allow members of the Teachers’ Association and Non-Teaching Association to opt for an external health insurance buyout during the 2017-2018 school year. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

SITING BOARD AD-HOC MEMBERS LETTER

Mr. Walbridge explained that Rodney Votra had contacted him requesting the support of the Board of Education for two ad-hoc members to serve on the New York State Board of Electric Generation Siting and the Environment (Siting Board), relative to the proposed North Ridge Wind Project in the Towns of Parishville and Hopkinton. The Board agreed to this correspondence, and once signed by W. Remington S. Latimer will forward it to the indented recipient.

 

 

No. 2017-234

SUMMER TRANSPORTATION CONTRACT

Based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by B. Remington to approve a summer transportation contract with the parent of a student attending a residential program in Western New York, covering the period from July 1, 2017, through August 31, 2017, at the rate of 53.5¢ per mile. This student’s placement is residential due to the distance involved; mileage reimbursement would be based on the number of miles that the student is actually riding in the vehicle from the facility to the student’s home. The student’s parent has again agreed to provide private transportation for the child. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-235

REQUEST TO FUNDRAISE FOR GIRLS’ JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER FOR 2017-2018

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by H. Simmons to approve the request to fundraise for Girls’ Junior Varsity Soccer for the 2017-2018 school year. Mr. Walbridge stated E. Harper is one of the principal parties to that fundraising. Mr. Walbridge reminded the Board that E. Harper donates back half of his coaching stipend to the program, as he has done for the last three or four years. W. Remington thanked E. Harper for his generosity. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-236

BOARD RESOLUTION/ DECLARE TECHNOLOGY DEVICES AND ACCESSORIES SURPLUS EQUIPMENT

Based on the recommendation of the Superintendent and the Business Manager, Motion made by H. Simmons and seconded by W. Witherell to declare the list of computers, accessories, and devices surplus equipment, as attached. Mr. Robinson stated these items affect the District’s inventory of fixed assets, and many of the pieces are unserviceable or obsolete. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

2017-2018 BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING TIMES

The Board agreed to begin all regular Board of Education meetings in the 2017-2018 school year at 7:00 P.M., and to begin the Reorganizational Board of Education meeting of July 10, 2017 at 6:30 P.M.

 

 

No. 2017-237

CPSE/CSE RECOMMENDATIONS

Based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, Motion made by J. Young and seconded by H. Simmons to approve the recommendations of the CPSE for three pre-school students and the recommendations of the CSE for thirty-seven students as attached. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

PRINCIPALS’ UPDATES

 

V. Doll noted that at the last meeting, she shared a long list of upcoming events. Miss Doll shared pictures of these events – Prom, After Prom Party, the Senior Trip to Virginia Beach, the Academic Banquet, Academic All-Northern for Softball, the Wilderness Studies Canoe Trip., and the Class of 2017 Senior Walk.

 

Miss Doll also shared that L. MacWilliams and T. Woods organized fund-raising for Junior Varsity Girls’ Basketball, and have made the fundraising efforts very student-centered. V. Doll said recently, students provided lawn care to residents, and plan a bottle drive and silent auction for future events. V. Doll said two other school districts will be able to play against PHCS in Girls’ Junior Varsity Soccer, as Lisbon Central and St. Lawrence Central will also have Junior Varsity Soccer teams.

 

V. Doll said students were completing the June Regents, and that the Guidance Office has a Regents scanner which provides immediate scored feedback. Miss Doll noted that all students that took the Global Studies Regents passed.

 

Miss Doll also informed the Board of the vandalism in the dugout. She stated the local police department has been fantastic, and are hoping to catch the perpetrators soon.

 

V. Doll concluded by inviting Board members to attend the High School Graduation on Saturday, June 24th at 11:30 A.M.

 

B. Reid shared that she had participated in Positivity Project training. She said she is looking to implement this program in the District next year. Ms. Reid said the Positivity Project is a national movement, aimed at bringing people together in kindness.

 

Ms. Reid added that class lists and teacher assignments are being developed. B. Reid said Mrs. Knowles will be a mentor for incoming Kindergarten teacher Tara TenEyck. Ms. Reid said the District’s largest Elementary class size right now has 22 or 23 students, and that is in Grade 1.

 

B. Reid said that since the last Board meeting, several Elementary events have occurred. She noted the Elementary concert on May 31st, the Kindergarten trip to Upper Canada Village, and the Grade 4 trip to the Almanzo Wilder Farm in Burke, NY were successful field trips. She added that Grade 6 students visited the local Brookfield hydropower dams. Ms. Reid said all grade levels had plans to have some fun at the Parishville Beach.

 

Ms. Reid said that at the June 14th Flag Day Assembly Major Jackie DeGraw showed students how to fold a flag. She said students sang “You’re a Grand Old Flag” and were very well-behaved. B. Reid said the Sixth Grade held their second annual Egg Drop Competition, an event that ties in with the STEM movement.

 

B. Reid said Elementary Field Day was held Friday, June 16th. She stated that the Physical Education teachers put together this event. Though it rained this year, the weather cleared off at the end of the day. Ms. Reid invited Board members to both the Kindergarten and Grade 6 Graduations, to be held Tuesday June 20th and Wednesday, June 21st, respectively. B. Reid thanked Board member J. McGill for his willingness to take part in the Grade 6 Graduation. She also said she was preparing for the Books… Then the Beach summer reading program.

 

 

UPDATES FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

Mr. Walbridge distributed a handout with data compiled from the 2017-2018 Budget Vote Exit Survey. He stated that sixty-five voters completed the poll. Mr. Walbridge reviewed the statistics with the Board.

 

Mr. Walbridge also shared a summary of the Wind Power meeting he attended. He also said he met with Daniel Parker, one of proposed ad-hoc committee members. Mr. Walbridge said D. Parker was an impartial party, and wanted to obtain as much information as possible in case there is another wind farm proposal in ten years. Mr. Walbridge noted R. Perkins and R. Votra are seeking full assessment value of the towers, not PILOT. Mr. Walbridge said there would be another meeting in later July or August. He concluded that he shared with W. Remington and T. Zellweger the summary provided by attorney Joseph Shields.

 

 

INFORMATION

The Board received results from the 2017-2018 Budget Vote Exit Survey, correspondence to Rebecca Wilcox at the Office of the State Comptroller, a copy of the memorandum of agreement between the District and the Parishville-Hopkinton Teachers’ Association, Faculty/Staff updates for 2017-2018, correspondence to Steve Heaslip of Siemens Industries, Inc., “Thank you” correspondence to Brandon and Debra Baldwin, the June issue of Panther Press, and a list of upcoming events of interest.

 

 

No. 2017-238

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by H. Simmons to go into Executive Session at 9:05 P.M. to discuss a student issue, contract negotiations, and the employment history of a particular employee. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

 

E. Harper, Jr., M. Robinson, and M. Taylor left the meeting at 9:06 P.M.

 

 

 

At 9:25 P.M. the Board President announced that the meeting would reconvene.

 

 

No. 2017-239

NON-UNIT SALARY SHEET

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by J. Young to approve the Non-Unit Salary Sheet as presented, with the exception of Website Maintenance/ Audio/Equipment Coordinator. Mr. Walbridge stated the employee wages are adjusted as needed if the minimum wage rate increases above what an employee is currently paid. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

No. 2017-240

ADJOURNMENT

Motion made by T. Zellweger and seconded by B. Remington to adjourn at 9:28 P.M. 9 in favor, 0 opposed, Carried.

 

 

 

 

 

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