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COMMACK PUBLIC SCHOOLS - COMMACK, NEW YORK
Board of Education Regular Meeting
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Commack High School
Audit Committee at 7:00 p.m. reconvene regular meeting at 7:30 pm.
I.
Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call
II.
Opening Ceremonies
A. The Board of Education will recognize Commack High School students for their various
achievements in the National Merit Scholarship Competition.
B. The Board of Education will recognize a Commack High School student for her
achievement in the Gurwin Jewish Nursing & Rehabilitation Center Photo Contest.
C. The Board of Education will recognize a Commack High School student for her
achievement as a Scholar Artist by the Long Island Arts Alliance.
D. The Board of Education will recognize a Commack High School student for his
achievement in the Google Science Fair Regional Competition.
E. Commack Public Schools will honor the members of the Board of Education for their
service and commitment to the education of the children of the Commack School District in
commemoration of Board Recognition Week.
III.
Administrative Report
•
•
Looking Forward
Tax Levy Presentation
IV.
Approval of Minutes – September 4, 2014 Board Meeting and Audit Committee Meeting and
September 16, 2014 Board Meeting
V.
Personnel (see attached)
VI.
Correspondence
Agenda – Regular Board of Education Meeting, 10-23-14
VII.
Page 2 of 7
Old Business
A. The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve a second reading and
adopt revised Board Policy #1501 – Communication.
B. The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve a second reading and
adopt revised Board Policy #9270.1 – Code of Ethics.
C. The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve a second reading and
adopt revised Board Policy #9361.11 – Broadcasting and Taping of Board Meetings.
D. The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve a second reading and
adopt revised Board Policy #9365 – Agenda.
VIII.
Bids
The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve the following BOCES
bids:
2014-037-0715
2014-007-0724
2013-002-0815
2013-028-0627
2014-065-0715
2013-040-0404
2014-038-05522
IX.
Custodial Liners and Gloves
Custodial Supplies
Fine and Recycled Paper
Plumbing Supplies
Paint and Paint Supplies
Fuel Oil
Small Wares II
New Business
A. The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve the following
agreements and authorize the President of the Board to sign same:
1.
Consultant/Vendor/
Association
Town of Smithtown
2.
Catherine Mahler
3.
Syosset Home Tutoring
Service, Inc.
4.
SCOPE Education Services
Purpose
Hold Harmless Agreement for use of the Hoyt
Farm Facility – Boys and Girls Cross-Country
Teams for the Fall 2014-2015 season.
Provide the District with services as an
accompanist for the fourth and fifth grade
concerts at MSIS for the 2014-2015 school
year.
Provide the District with home instruction
educational services from July 1, 2014 to June
2015.
License Agreement for the Preschool and
Budget Code
N/A
A2850-402-95
A2250-400-00
N/A
Agenda – Regular Board of Education Meeting, 10-23-14
5.
SCOPE Education Services
6.
Center Moriches UFSD
7.
Center Moriches UFSD
8.
Energy Spectrum
9.
10.
Dr. Edward Petrosky,
Psy.D., ABPP
Sherry Kfare
11.
Horizon Intertainment, LLC
12.
Munistat Services, Inc.
13.
Starboard Media, Inc.
14.
FTA Consultants, LLC
Page 3 of 7
Enrichment Program services for the 2014-2015
school year.
License Agreement for the After School World
Language Program for the 2014-2015 school
year.
Instructional Services Contract – 2014 Summer
Special Education Program.
Public School Tuition Contract for special
education services for the 2014-2015 school
year.
Provide the District with a utility audit service.
Provide the District with neuropsychological
evaluations during the 2014-2015 school year.
Provide the District with services as costumer
during the musical performances for the 20142015 school year.
Provide the District with “Teen Truth Live:
Drugs & Alcohol Abuse” presentations during
the 2014-2015 school year.
Provide the District with services in conjunction
with the financing of the District’s Energy
Performance Contract Municipal Lease.
Provide the District with additional services as
District Webmaster/Public Relations
Management, from July 1, 2014 through June
30, 2015.
Provide the District with additional services as
Community Affairs Coordinator from July 1,
2014 through June 30, 2015.
N/A
F435515-2253472
A2250-470-00
N/A
A2250-400-00
A2110-450-90
Paid from
Coalition of
Caring Group
A1420-400-00
Funds to be
paid from
federal grant
entitlements.
Funds to be
paid from
federal grant
entitlements.
B. The Administration recommends that the Board of Education approve the SEQRA
Resolution in connection with the Replacement and Construction Projects at Smiths
Lane, Indian Hollow Primary, Rolling Hills Primary and Mandracchia-Sawmill
Intermediate Schools to affirm that the work to be done has no significant impact on the
environment.
C. The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve the Application
and Examination and Approval of Final Plans and Specifications, State Smart Growth
Public Infrastructure Impact Statement and the Scope of Proposed Project for the
following projects and authorize the President of the Board to sign same:
BUILDING
Smith’s Lane Elementary School
Indian Hollow Primary School
PROJECT NAME
Replacement & Reconstruction Project
Replacement & Reconstruction Project
PROJECT #
011-007
014-012
Agenda – Regular Board of Education Meeting, 10-23-14
Rolling Hills Primary School
Mandracchia-Sawmill Intermediate
School
Page 4 of 7
Replacement & Reconstruction Project
Replacement & Reconstruction Project
023-014
036-017
D. The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve the tuition
contracts for special education services for guest students placed in our special
education program for the 2014-2015 school year and authorize the President of the
Board to sign same:
1. Kings Park Central School District
2. Elwood Union Free School District
3. Islip Union Free School District
4. West Islip Union Free School District
E. The Board of Education is requested to accept the following donations:
1. Donation from FTA Consultants, LLC of $350 worth of candles used for the 9-11
Memorial Ceremony.
2. Donation from Girl Scout Troop 444 of $140 worth of books and DVDs with the
theme of recycling and/or preserving the planet. These books and DVDs will be
placed in the libraries at Mandracchia/Sawmill Intermediate and Wood Park
Primary Schools.
3. Donation from the Commack Road Runners Club of $130 to be used for an
invitational by the Commack High Schools Girls Cross Country Team.
F. The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve the following
field trips:
1.
CHS Field Trip – October 22, 2014
The People’s Court
300 Stillwater Avenue
Stamford, CT
2.
CHS Field Trip – October 26-29, 2014
NAfME All-National
Nashville, TN
3.
CHS Field Trip – November 3, 2014
Fall Journalism Conference
Alfred Lerner Hall
Columbia University
New York, NY
4.
CHS Field Trip – December 4-7, 2014
NYSSMA
Rochester Convention Center
Rochester, NY
Agenda – Regular Board of Education Meeting, 10-23-14
Page 5 of 7
5.
CMS Field Trip – December 10, 2014
United Nations & Shubert Theatre (Matilda)
47th Street & First Avenue
New York, NY
6.
CHS Field Trip – December 12, 2014
Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Ripley’s Museum & Rockefeller Center
New York, NY
7.
CHS Field Trip – April 2, 2015
9-11 National Museum & Memorial Park
180 Greenwich Street
New York, NY
8.
Burr I.S. Field Trip – May 20 & 28, 2015
Shubert Theater (Matilda)
225 West 44th Street
New York, NY
9.
CMS Field Trip – November 20, 2014
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West & 81st Street
New York, NY
10.
CMS Field Trip – January 9, 2015
Metropolitan Opera
70 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, NY
11.
CHS Field Trip – March 23, 2015
New York Hall of Science
47-01 11th Street
New York, NY
12.
CMS Field Trip – November 19, 2014
(8th Grade D House)
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West & 81st Street
New York, NY
G. The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve the appointment
of candidates to the Commack Schools Volunteer Program.
H. The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve a first reading of
revised Policy #2411 – Organizational Chart – Commack Public Schools.
Agenda – Regular Board of Education Meeting, 10-23-14
Page 6 of 7
I. The administration recommends that the Board of Education adopt the tax levy for the
2014-2015 school year:
Total Tax Levy:
School
Library
Huntington:
Smithtown:
Commack Library:
Estimated Tax Rates:
Huntington:
Smithtown:
Commack Library:
2013-2014
$247.31
$161.84
$169.80
$130,689,787
$ 3,522,678
$134,212,465
2014-2015
$ 51,975,051
$ 78,714,736
$ 3,522,678
2014-2015
$256.64
$166.40
$173.94
(3.76%)
(2.81%)
(2.4%)
J. The administration recommends that the Board of Education approve a first reading of
revised Policy #8331 – Public Participation at Board of Education Meetings.
K. The administration recommends that the Board of Education adopt a resolution
authorizing the appointment of Banc of America Public Capital Corp. as lender for the
Energy Performance Contract.
X. Legal
The Board of Education is requested to acknowledge receipt of the statement for
professional services rendered on non-retainer matters in the amount of $10,072.75 for the
period ending August 31, 2014 and $34,138.16 for the period ending September 31, 2014
submitted by Lamb & Barnosky, LLP.
XI. Board Business
A. The Board of Education is requested to acknowledge receipt of the Internal Claims
Auditor’s Monthly Update.
B. The Board of Education is requested to acknowledge receipt of the following financial
reports:
1. Budget Transfer Report
2. CD Rates
3. Cash Flow
4. Treasurer Reports
Agenda – Regular Board of Education Meeting, 10-23-14
Page 7 of 7
C. The Board of Education is requested to acknowledge receipt of the CSE/CPSE
recommendations approved on the following dates: February 26; March 4, 5, 7, 10, 11,
12, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 28, 31; April 1, 4, 8, 9, 11, 22, 23, 25, 28, 29; May 1,
2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30; June 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11,
12, 13, 16,17, 19, 18, 20, 23, 24, 25; July 9, 16, 23, 29; August 4, 14, 21, 22, 25, 28, 29;
and September 2, 10, 18, 29, and October 1, 2014.
D. The Board of Education is requested to adopt the following resolution:
BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education hereby appoints
Mary Jo Masciello as its voting delegate for the Annual Business Meeting of the New
York State School Boards Association to be held on Monday, October 27, 2014.
XII.
Adjournment
Public Participation: Shall be taken anytime convenient to the orderly conduct of the meeting with an
appropriate consideration for the hour of the day prior to the final adjournment of the meeting.
COMMACK BOARD OF EDUCATION PERSONNEL ACTIONS
Board Meeting Date: October 23, 2014
Key:
P-1:
P-2:
P-3:
P-4:
Abolishment of Positions
Creation of Positions
Retirement/Resignations
Leaves of Absences
P-5: Terminations
P-6: Appointments
P-7: Other
The Superintendent of Schools recommends that the Board of Education approve the
following personnel action items:
P-1: ABOLISHMENT OF POSITIONS:
A. Instructional: No Recommended Action
B. Civil Service: No Recommended Action
P-2: CREATION OF POSITIONS:
A. Instructional: No Recommended Action
B. Civil Service: No Recommended Action
P-3: RETIREMENTS:
A. Instructional: No Recommended Action
B. Civil Service:
No Recommended Action
RESIGNATIONS:
A. Instructional:
Name
1.
Susan Garofalo
Position
Bldg.
Music
CMS
Effective Date
(at the close of business)
10/9/14
P-3: RESIGNATIONS: (continued)
2.
3.
4.
A. Instructional: (continued)
John Morley
Teacher Assistant
Brian Taylor
Administrative Dean of
Students
Stacey Wolk-Oshrin
Reading
B. Civil Service:
Name
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Nick Alexandrovich
Paula Crescenzo
Denise DeCarlo
Laurie DeRosa
Kayla Houshmand
Michael Massa
Juliana Sikorski
MSIS
CHS
10/3/14
10/26/14
NR
11/7/14
Position
Bldg.
Call-In Custodian
School Monitor
Special Education Aide
School Monitor
Student Aide
Custodial Worker I
Student Aide
DW
MSIS
WP
BIS
NR
SAG
SAG
Effective Date
(at the close of business)
9/16/14
10/8/14
9/1/14
9/3/14
9/5/14
10/24/14
9/3/14
P-4: LEAVES OF ABSENCE:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
A. Instructional:
Name
Sandra Conrad
Valerie Fasanello
Dana Feldman
Susan Garofalo
Darlene Grant
Thomas Hand
Position
Teacher Assistant
Reading
Teacher Assistant
Music
Elementary
Elementary
Type
FMLA
FMLA
FMLA
FMLA
FMLA
FMLA
Lauren Mazur
Ferrara
Debra Rosen
Michelle Abela
Elementary
Jennifer DonohueWiener
Teacher Assistant
Personal
Leave
FMLA
Personal
Leave
Personal
Leave
Elementary
Science
Effective Date(s)
9/5/14 – 9/15/14
1/5/15 – 6/30/15
12/1/14 – 3/13/15
9/29/14 – 10/8/14
9/1/14 – 10/19/14
10/14/14 –
10/24/14
2/2/15 – 1/31/16
12/8/14 – 6/30/15
11/25/14 – 2/1/15
(extension)
10/9/14 – 2/1/15
(extension)
2
P-4: LEAVES OF ABSENCE:
11.
(continued)
A. Instructional: (continued)
Allison Razzano
Art
12.
Corinne Ryan
1.
B. Civil Service:
Name
Linda Babajko
2.
Barbara Seelig
School Monitor
3.
Jayne Wall
School Monitor
FMLA
Special Education
FMLA
Position
Special Education Aide
Type
Personal
Leave
Personal
Leave
Personal
Leave
10/17/14 –
11/14/14
(extension)
9/1/14 – 11/6/14
(previously
9/1/14-11/14/14)
Effective Date(s)
9/1/14 – 1/4/15
9/1/14 – 9/22/14
9/3/14 – 11/17/14
P-5: TERMINATIONS:
A. Instructional: No Recommended Action
B. Civil Service: No Recommended Action
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
1.
A. Tenure:
Name
Lucia Kemnitzer
Position
English as a Second
Language
Effective Date(s)
11/8/14
3
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
B. Recall:
1.
Name
Bonnie Foti
C. Probationary:
Position
From 0.88 Music
to Tenured Music
Effective
Date
10/24/14
Salary
$81,688.00
(prorated)
No Recommended Action
D. Other Instructional:
Name
Position
Reg. Sub. Music
2.
Donnamarie
Demetriou
Jaclyn Fedak
3.
Brett Groneman
4.
Lauren Lichte
5.
Nicholas
Schroeder
6.
Mary BoeckelLooney
7.
Nicole Diaz
Reg. Sub. Special
Education
8.
Emily Goonan
Reg. Sub. Teacher
Assistant
9.
Michelle Maher
Reg. Sub. Art
1.
School
Level
Step
MSIS MA/8
Triennial
Psychologist
Reg. Sub. English
0.6 Special Ed./
Reading
Interim
Administrative
Dean of Students
Reg. Sub. Teacher
Assistant
Effective
Date(s)
10/8/14 –
12/19/14
7/1/14 –
8/31/14
10/27/14 –
1/23/15
10/20/14 –
6/30/15
10/20/14 –
11/26/14
10/9/14 –
1/30/15
(extension)
9/1/14 –
11/6/14
(extension)
9/1/14 –
11/6/14
(extension)
10/17/14 –
11/14/14
(extension)
School
Level
Step
Salary
CMS
MA/1
DW
--
$62,071.00
(prorated)
$180.00
CHS
BA/1
BIS
MA/1
CHS
--
BIS
TA/1
$36,097.00
(prorated)
CMS
MA/1
$62,071.00
(prorated)
CMS
TA/1
$36,097.00
(prorated)
CHS
MA/1
$62,071.00
(prorated)
$53,907.00
(prorated)
$62,071.00
(prorated)
$500.00
per day
4
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
10.
(continued)
D. Other Instructional: (continued)
Michelle Messana
Elementary
11.
Dawn Moran
Reg. Sub. Special
Education
12.
Tara Mari-Ciniski
Substitute Teacher
13.
Substitute Teacher
14.
Russell
Mitchinson
Laura Spilotros
15.
Daniel Angland
Substitute Teacher
16.
Mina Anwari
Substitute Teacher
17.
Alisha Basile
Substitute Teacher
18.
Patricia Benavides
Substitute Teacher
19.
Joe Caravella
Substitute Teacher
20.
Brittany Cofman
Substitute Teacher
21.
Michele Condello
Substitute Teacher
22.
Kristen Coppola
Substitute Teacher
23.
Ruth Dewey
Substitute Teacher
24.
Alexandra Drago
Substitute Teacher
25.
Donna Darmiento
Substitute Teacher
Substitute Teacher
2/2/15 –
6/30/15
(extension)
9/1/14 –
10/28/14
(previously
9/1/1411/9/14)
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
MSIS
MA+
60/12
$105,640.00
(prorated)
CMS
MA/1
$62,071.00
(prorated)
DW
--
$94.86/105.06
DW
--
$94.86/105.06
DW
--
$94.86/105.06
DW
__
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
__
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
__
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
__
94.86/105.06
5
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
D. Other Instructional: (continued)
Marina Hallaran
26.
Substitute Teacher
27.
Stacey Kravette
Substitute Teacher
28.
Emily Maccary
Substitute Teacher
29.
Tara Mari-Ciniski
Substitute Teacher
30.
Substitute Teacher
31.
Gregory
Modelewski
Lauren Parrotta
32.
Abby Rappel
Substitute Teacher
33.
Karla Robles
Substitute Teacher
34.
John Scheffer
Substitute Teacher
35.
Helaine Schwartz
Substitute Teacher
36.
Melissa Smith
Substitute Teacher
37.
Joseph
Ventimiglia
Cory Zwerling
Substitute Teacher
38.
Substitute Teacher
Substitute Teacher
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
Change of Status
1.
Name
Position
Frank LaMagna
From Substitute
Teacher to
Tenured Science
Effective
Date(s)
9/19/14
DW
__
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
__
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
__
94.86/105.06
DW
__
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
---
94.86/105.06
DW
__
94.86/105.06
DW
__
94.86/105.06
DW
__
94.86/105.06
School
Level
Step
Salary
Sec.
MA/9
$84,810.00
(prorated)
6
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Lead Teacher Appointments – 2014/15 School Year
Name
Department
Carolyn Burton1.
Librarian
Gajda
Building
CMS
Alternate Day Classes – 2014/15 School Year
Name
Department
1.
Business
Sandra Braun
2. Maryanne McAuley
Business
3.
Business
Carolyn Milano
Catherine Bongo4.
Health
Liselli
5.
Health
John Foley
6.
Math
Carol Barbagallo
7.
Math
Kristin Holmes
8.
Social Studies
Michael Jeziorski
Bldg.
CHS
CHS
CHS
CHS
Name
Michael Abrescia
Andrea Allen
Anthony Carrai
Harry Cuff
Joseph Eye
Carol Gallagher
Kevin Jordan
Michael Kullack
Alice Marques
Amy Martin
Donna Sita
Peter Smith
Deborah Teller
Robert Turissini
Kerry Vitola
Bart Ayres
Bart Ayres
Building
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CHS
CHS
Amount
$5,999.00
Fall Load
163
232
162
Amount
$1,026.50
$2,415.50
$1,026.50
172
252
141
147
151
$1,026.50
$2,415.50
$1,026.50
$1,026.50
$1,026.50
CHS
CHS
CHS
CHS
Paid Duties/Professional Periods – 2014/15 School Year
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Step
5
Paid Duty
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Deans’ Office
Testing
SAT Co-Coordinator
Amount
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$5,390.70
$1,347.70
7
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Paid Duties/Professional Periods – 2014/15 School Year
CHS
18.
Chris Denton
Dean
CHS
19.
Ed Boll
Dean
CHS
20.
Rick Papandrea
Dean
CHS
21.
Rich Suchapar
Dean
CHS
22.
Courtney Palazzo
Dean
CHS
23.
Dan Revera
Dean
CHS
24.
Mike Jeziorski
Dean
CHS
25.
Allison Joyce
Dean
CHS
26.
Bart Ayres
AP Coordinator
CHS
27.
Donald Graham
Master Schedule
CHS
28.
Christine Natali
Master Schedule
CHS
29.
Jeffery Sautner
Master Schedule
CHS
30.
Study Hall
Scott Wynne
CHS
31.
Anthony Barone
CSIP
CHS
32.
Ed Boll
CSIP
CHS
33.
Jill Donnelly
CSIP
CHS
34.
CSIP
Pat Hoover
CHS
35.
CSIP
Steven Lurie
CHS
36.
CSIP
Joe Pugh
CHS
37.
CSIP
Melissa Read
CHS
38.
CSIP
Joe Reggio
CHS
39.
CSIP
William Seirert
CHS
40.
CSIP
Dave Vegas
Sixth Period – 2014/15 School Year
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Name
Bldg.
Department
Natalie Duplessis
Joyce Conneely
John Murray
Robert Swist
Leslie Kaplan
Sari Farber
Grace Barrett
Sonia Moronta
Sue Boyce
Barbara McFadden
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
CMS
Art
FACS
Technology
Technology
Technology
PPS
Art
English
Math
Math
5,390.70
5,390.70
5,390.70
5,390.70
5,390.70
5,390.70
5,390.70
5,390.70
1,347.70
1,347.70
1,347.70
1,347.70
2,675.35
134.70
1,077.60
1,347.70
942.90
1,347.70
1,347.70
1,347.70
1,347.70
269.40
1,347.70
Overage
1.05
1.05
1.05
1.05
1.05
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
Amount
$3,103.55
$3,103.55
$3,103.55
$3,103.55
$3,103.55
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
8
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Sixth Period – 2014/15 School Year (continued)
11.
CMS
Math
Donna Phillips
12.
CMS
Math
Erin McNamara
13.
CMS
Math
John Rosenthal
14.
CMS
Reading
Melissa Oehler
15.
CMS
Science
Jeanne Suttie
16.
CMS
Social Studies
Matthew Gallagher
17.
CMS
PPS
Nicole Schor
18.
CMS
PPS
Allison Schouten
19.
CMS
PPS
Sue Robinson
20.
CMS
World Lang.
Lauren Rizzo
21.
CMS
Art
Joanne Ziello
22.
CMS
Math
Michelle Hidalgo
23
CMS
ELA
Amy Biblow
24.
CMS
Science
Suzanne Morris
25.
CMS
ELA
Melissa Vaughn
26.
CHS
Science
Renata Arceri
27.
CHS
Science
Debbi Berke
28.
CHS
Science
Brian Gasser
29.
CHS
Science
Daniel Kramer
30.
CHS
Science
Richard Kurtz
31.
CHS
Science
Ryan McGrath
32.
CHS
Science
Stephanie O'Brien
33.
CHS
Science
John O'Donnell
34.
CHS
Science
Maura Palillo
35.
CHS
Science
Alisa Prudenti
36.
CHS
Science
Lorraine Solomon
37.
CHS
Science
Kimberly Stiso
38.
CHS
Science
Peter Tine
39.
CHS
Math
Scott Wynne
Bobby Varughese
CHS
40.
Math
(9/29/14-6/30/15)
41.
CHS
Special Education
Laura Revera
42.
CHS
Special Education
Sharon VanAcker
43.
CHS
Special Education
Jen O'Connor
44.
CHS
Reading
Melanie Tripptree
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.15
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$9,310.50
$12,414.00
$12,414.00
$12,414.00
$12,414.00
$6,207.00
$12,414.00
$12,414.00
$6,207.00
$12,414.00
$12,414.00
$12,414.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.0
$6,207.00
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.2
$11,172.78
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$6,207.00
$12,414.00
9
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Continuing Education Program – Fall 2014 and Spring 2015
Name
Course
1.
John Galimulla
Koga Fitness
2.
Patrick Braddick
Intermediate Excel
Commack Teacher Center – 2014/15 School Year
Name
Title
Krista
Brancato
1.
Director
Michele
2.
Assistant Director
Woythaler
ACT Aspire Exam Coordinators – Commack High School
Name
Position
Fern Waxberg
1.
Clerical Assistant
Karen Hein
2.
Assistant Test Administrator
Heather
Gerkens
3.
Test Administrator
Don Graham
4.
Teat Administrator
Amount
$25 per registrant per semester
$400
Salary
$4,000.00
$4,000.00
Amount
$200.00
$350.00
$400.00
$400.00
ACT Aspire Exam Proctors – Commack High School
Name
Amount
Kristen Zaccaro
1.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours + ½ (up to 6 hours - $21.38)
Roger Eisenhardt
2.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours + ½ (up to 6 hours - $21.38)
Barbara Isaacson
3.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours + ½ (up to 6 hours - $21.38)
Karen Forman
4.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
Luz Ramirez
5.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
Ellen Richardson
6.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
Diane Burke
7.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
Lewis Boble
8.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
Carol Duckfield
9.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
Joe Denninger
10.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
11. Kimberly Gromov
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
10
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
ACT Aspire Exam Proctors – Commack High School (continued)
12. Maryann McAuley
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
Jennifer Dixon
13.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
Ed Cuff
14.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
Sue
Levine
15.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
Angela Coates
16.
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
17. Eileen Martinetion
$180.92 – minimum of four hours
Co-Curricular Appointment – 2014/15 School Year
Name
Activity
Webmaster
Justine
1.
Buonovolonta/
Kim Bronzino
Webmaster
Diane Havern
2.
Webmaster
Shannon Dagastine
3.
Webmaster
Leslie Salander
4.
Webmaster
Denise Sullivan
5.
Tara O’Grady
6.
Student Council Advisor
Kathi Woolley/
7.
Student Council Assistants
Beth Considine
(9/1/14-1/30/15)
Lauren Keen
(2/1/15-6/30/15)
Jennifer Murphy/
8.
Friendship Circle
Christina Burtis
9. Elizabeth Protosow/
Dabble in Scrabble
Beth Considine
10. Lindsey Persichilli/ National Science League (2)
Michelle Goldstein
1 pt. each
Stefanie
Petrone/
11.
Continental Math Grade 3
Michelle Goldstein
(1.5 pts.) .75 pts. each
Patricia Tappin/
12.
Continental Math Grade 4
Stephanie Ierano
(2 pts.) 1 pt. each
Bldg.
WP
Scale Pt.
2.00
Salary
$2,100.00
(1 scale
point each)
IH
CMS
RH
NR
MSIS
MSIS
MSIS
MSIS
MSIS
MSIS
MSIS
2.00
4.00
2.00
2.00
3.50
2.00
1.00
$2,100.00
$4,200.00
$2,100.00
$2,100.00
$3,675.00
$2,100.00
$1,050.00
1.00
$1,050.00
1.00
1.00
.50
.50
1.00
1.00
.75
.75
1.00
1.00
$1,050.000
$1,050.00
$525.00
$525.00
$1,050.00
$1,050.00
$787.50
$787.50
$1,050.00
11
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Co-Curricular Appointment – 2014/15 School Year (continued)
Roberta Harris/
13.
Continental Math Grade 5
MSIS
Francine Lettieri
(2 pts.) 1 pt. each
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37
38.
Thomas Zielinski
Tom O’Gara/
Christine Dennis
Marie Adamo
Colleen Agovino
Colleen Agovino
Colleen Agovino
Renata Arceri
Carol Barbagallo
Carol Barbagallo
Charles Bauer
Holly Bellisari
Holly Bellisari
Debbi Berke
Eric Biagi
Eric Biagi
Eric Biagi
Eric Biagi
Ed Boll
Marissa Bonasia
Sandra Braun
Tina Capogna
Joseph
Castrogivanni
Joseph
Castrogivanni
Amy Dank
Sara Decker
1.00
1.00
$1,050.00
$1,050.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
1.50
3.00
3.00
1.50
1.00
0.75
0.75
1.00
$3,150.00
$2,100.00
$2,100.00
$1,575.00
$3,150.00
$3,150.00
$1,575.00
$1,050.00
$ 787.50
$ 787.50
$1,050.00
3.00
$3,150.00
CHS
CHS
3.00
$3,150.00
0.50
$
CHS
CHS
1.00
$1,050.00
3.00
$3,150.00
CHS
CHS
CHS
CHS
CHS
1.00
6.00
5.00
1.25
$1,050.00
$6,300.00
$5,250.00
$1,312.50
0.75
$
CHS
CHS
2.00
$2,100.00
0.50
$
1.50
$1,575.00
3.00
$3,150.00
0.75
$
Webmaster
Community Presentation
MSIS
MSIS
Art Honor Society
ICA Men's Ensemble
ICA Women's Choir
Tri-M Music Honor Society
Science Olympiad
Math Team Grade 9
Senior Project Advisor
IB CAS Coordinator
Girls Scholar AthleteLeadership Corp.
Junior Class Advisor
Environmental Awareness
Club
Senior Awards Coordinator
Musical Production
Assistant
Refreshment Stand
Student Government
CSIP Coordinator
Best of Buds
Future Business Leaders of
America
Sophomore Class Advisor
Future Engineers Club
(Robotics Club)
CHS
CHS
CHS
CHS
CHS
CHS
CHS
CHS
CHS
Technology Honor Society
Musical Production
Assistant
SADD
CHS
CHS
CHS
525.00
787.50
525.00
787.50
12
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Co-Curricular Appointment – 2014/15 School Year (continued)
39. James DelGiudice
Chess Club
CHS
40.
International Cultural
CHS
Society
Jessie DeLuca
41.
Assembly/Graduation
CHS
James Desmond
42.
English Honor Society
CHS
James Desmond
43.
Literary Productions Gr 10
CHS
& 12 (Etchings)
Kevin Dineen
44.
National History Honor
CHS
Society
Ann Marie D'Orazi
45.
Math Team Grade 9
CHS
Kelly Dounias
46.
Future American String
CHS
Teachers’ Assoc
Karen Dow
47.
ICA
Chamber Orchestra
CHS
Karen Dow
48.
Mock Trial Team
CHS
Carol Duckfield
49.
Future Business Leaders of
CHS
America
Carol Duckfield
50.
IB CAS Coordinator
CHS
Maria Edlund
51. Wendy Frankonis
ICA Chamber Choir
CHS
52. Wendy Frankonis
ICA Vocal Jazz Ensemble
CHS
53.
ICA Wind Ensemble
CHS
Stacey Franzke
54.
Marching Band Assistant
CHS
Stacey Franzke
55.
Senior Class Advisor
CHS
Carolyn Grobe
56.
ICA Jazz Ensemble
CHS
Frank Hansen
57.
ICA Jazz Messengers
CHS
Frank Hansen
58.
ICA Stage Band
CHS
Frank Hansen
59.
Marching Band
CHS
Frank Hansen
60.
Pit Orchestra Director
CHS
Frank Hansen
61.
Computer Science Club
CHS
Kristin Holmes
62.
National Honor Society
CHS
Kristin Holmes
63.
Grandfriends
CHS
Jean Houston
64.
American Sign Language
CHS
Club
Allison Hynes
65.
IB Essay Coordinator
CHS
Michael Jeziorski
66.
Young Democrats
CHS
Michael Jeziorski
1.50
$1,575.00
1.00
$1,050.00
2.00
1.50
$2,100.00
$1,575.00
2.50
$2,625.00
1.50
$1,575.00
0.75
$
787.50
0.50
$
525.00
3.00
1.50
$3,150.00
$1,575.00
0.75
$
1.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
4.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
5.50
3.00
1.50
1.00
0.75
$1,050.00
$3,150.00
$3,150.00
$3,150.00
$3,150.00
$4,200.00
$3,150.00
$3,150.00
$3,150.00
$5,775.00
$3,150.00
$1,575.00
$1,050.00
$ 787.50
0.50
$ 525.00
1.00
0.50
$1,050.00
$ 525.00
787.50
13
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Co-Curricular Appointment – 2014/15 School Year (continued)
67.
Young Republicans
CHS
Michael Jeziorski
68.
Junior Class Advisor
CHS
Allison Joyce
69.
National Science Quiz Bowl
CHS
Justin King
70.
Science Olympiad
CHS
Justin King
71.
Senior Class Advisor
CHS
Justin King
72. Dominick Kosciuk
French Honor Society
CHS
73.
Spanish Honor Society
CHS
Margaret Krone
74.
PLAN
CHS
Margaret Krone
75.
Refreshment Stand
CHS
Michael Larson
76.
Student Government
CHS
Michael Larson
77.
Boys Scholar AthleteCHS
Leadership Corp
Michael Larson
78.
Fashion Club
CHS
Barbara Lazcano
79.
Literary Magazine Grade 9
CHS
Ann Libbey
80.
Bible Club
CHS
Sonia Maes
81.
Special Friends Club
CHS
Gail Maffai
82.
International Thespian
CHS
Society
Karen Malone
83.
Gay/Straight Alliance
CHS
Douglas Marks
84. Maryanne McAuley
Book Store (School Store)
CHS
85.
Future Educators of
CHS
America
Maryanne McAuley
86.
Sophomore Class Advisor
CHS
Kristi McManus
87.
Latin Honor Society
CHS
Barbara Merry
88.
Business & Marketing
CHS
Honor Society (NYS)
Carolyn Milano
89.
PLAN
CHS
Megan Moy
90.
Math Honor Society
CHS
Nancy Pally
91.
National Honor Society
CHS
Nancy Pally
92.
Senior
Project
Advisor
CHS
Nancy Pally
93.
Model UN
CHS
Rick Papandrea
94.
Freshman Class Advisor
CHS
Rick Papandrea
95. William Patterson
Auditorium Monitor
CHS
96. William Patterson
AV Coordinator
CHS
97.
Director of Productions
CHS
(Production Censor)
William Patterson
0.50
3.00
0.75
1.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
6.00
$ 525.00
$3,150.00
$ 787.50
$1,050.00
$4,200.00
$1,050.00
$1,050.00
$1,050.00
$1,050.00
$6,300.00
3.00
$3,150.00
0.50
1.50
0.25
1.00
$ 525.00
$1,575.00
$ 262.50
$1,050.00
0.50
$
0.37
3.00
$ 393.00
$3,150.00
1.50
$1,575.00
2.00
0.50
$2,100.00
$ 525.00
1.50
$1,575.00
1.00
1.50
1.00
0.75
1.00
1.50
7.00
4.50
$1,050.00
$1,575.00
$1,050.00
$ 787.50
$1,050.00
$1,575.00
$7,350.00
$4,725.00
2.00
$2,100.00
525.00
14
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Co-Curricular Appointment – 2014/15 School Year (continued)
98.
CHS
William Patterson In the Spotlight/Radio Club
99.
Bible Club
CHS
William Patterson
100
Christina
CHS
Math League (NYS)
Pawlowski
101
Christina
CHS
Math Team Grades 10 to 12
Pawlowski
102
Webmaster
CHS
Robert Plechner
103
Pay It Forward
CHS
Katina Price
104
Brainstormers
CHS
Katina Price
105
Pay It Forward
CHS
Robert Raehlie
106
Photography Club/Camera
CHS
Club
Robert Raehlie
107
Art Club
CHS
Allison Razzano
108
Yodel Kadodel Club
CHS
Daniel Revera
109
A Cause for Paws
CHS
Laura Revera
110
Yodel Kadodel Club
CHS
William Scaduto
111
Peer Leadership
CHS
Mark Schwartz
112
Newspaper "Courant"
CHS
Christina Semple
113
Yearbook "Crossroads"
CHS
Christina Semple
114
Debate Team
CHS
Rich Suchopar
115
Freshman Class Advisor
CHS
Rich Suchopar
116
Yodel Kadodel Club
CHS
Lee Tunick
117
Gay/Straight Alliance
CHS
Phyllis Turchin
118
Hebrew Club
CHS
Annette Wisznic
119 Kristy Wohlgemuth
Science Honor Society
CHS
120
Best of Buds
CHS
Drew Yeager
121
Literary Club
CHS
Isabel Zinman
122 Carmelina Zitarosa
Italian Honor Society
CHS
123
Drama Artistic Set
CHS
John Keppler
Designer/Stagecraft
124
John Keppler
Drama Set Construction
CHS
2.00
0.25
$2,100.00
$ 262.50
0.30
$
1.50
$1,575.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
$4,200.00
$1,050.00
$1,050.00
$1,050.00
0.50
$
0.50
0.33
0.50
0.33
4.50
5.00
5.00
1.50
1.50
0.33
0.37
0.50
1.50
1.25
0.75
1.00
$ 525.00
$ 350.00
$ 525.00
$ 350.00
$4,725.00
$5,250.00
$5,250.00
$1,575.00
$1,575.00
$ 350.00
$ 393.00
$ 525.00
$1,575.00
$1,312.50
$ 787.50
$1,050.00
2.0
$2,100.00
2.5
$2,625.00
315.00
525.00
15
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Curriculum Writing – 2014/15 School Year
Name
Project Name
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Jeanne Suttie
Sue Morris
Kimberly Stiso
Ryan McGrath
Kimberly Stiso
Daniel Kramer
Cynthia Nichols
Christina Eterno
Sharon VanAcker
Donna Sandak
Kristin Holmes
Philip Cicione
Theresa Donohue
Charles Schulz
Renata Arceri
Robert Smullen
Marching Band Camp – 2014
Name
Chris Wright
1.
MYP Science Curriculum
MYP Science Curriculum
IBHL2 SLO/ Summative
IBHL2 SLO/ Summative
IB HL New Curriculum
IB HL New Curriculum
Elementary Science
Integrated Algebra IB
Integrated Algebra IB
K-2 Math
K-2 Math
IB Language & Literature
IB Language & Literature
IB Language & Literature
IB Biology Test Writing
IB Biology Test Writing
Rate of Pay
per day
$276.48
$276.48
$276.48
$276.48
$276.48
$276.48
$276.48
$330.22
$276.48
$276.48
$276.48
$330.33
$276.48
$276.48
$330.22
$276.48
Position
Nurse
No. of Days
14 Hours
Rescission of Coaching Assignments:
Name
Activity
JV Kickline
Interscholastic Coaching
1.
Kim Riewarts
Recommendation #7 – Fall
2014/15 School Year
# of
Days
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
Total
Payment
$276.48
$276.48
$276.48
$276.48
$552.96
$552.96
$276.48
$660.44
$552.96
$552.96
$829.44
$330.33
$276.48
$276.48
$330.22
$276.48
Amount
$625.10
(previously
$594.44)
Bldg.
Step
Amount
CHS
3
$7,845.00
16
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
Coaching Assignments:
Name
1.
Edward Boll
2.
Joseph Reggio
3.
William Seifer
4.
Jill Donnelly
5.
Steve Troisi
6.
Alexa Armentano
7.
Michael Kullack
8.
Jason Fluger
9.
Stephan Iannone
(continued)
Activity
Weight Training
Intramural Recommendation #1Fall/Winter
2014/15 School Year
Weight Training
Intramural Recommendation #1Fall/Winter
2014/15 School Year
Weight Training
Intramural Recommendation #1Fall/Winter
2014/15 School Year
Weight Training
Intramural Recommendation #1Fall/Winter
2014/15 School Year
Football
Interscholastic Volunteer
Coaching Appointment #4 – Fall
2014/15 School Year
JV Kickline
Interscholastic Coaching
Recommendation #15 – Fall
2014/15 School Year
Indoor Soccer
Intramural Recommendation #2–
Fall/Winter
2014/15 School Year
Weightlifting
Intramural Recommendation #2–
Fall/Winter
2014/15 School Year
Group Games
Intramural Recommendation #3Fall/Winter
2014/15 School Year
Bldg.
Step
Amount
CHS
3
$990.80
CHS
3
$990.80
CHS
3
$990.80
CHS
3
$1,486.20
CHS
--
---
CHS
1
$6,974.00
CMS
3
$990.80
CMS
3
$990.80
MSIS
3
$842.18
17
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Coaching Assignments: (continued)
10.
Craig Gorton
11.
Paul Slackman
12.
Peter Smith
13.
Keith Reyling
14.
David Moran
15.
Denis Conroy
16.
Glenn Lavey
17.
Nicole McMahon
18.
Brian Gasser
Group Games
Intramural Recommendation #3Fall/Winter
2014/15 School Year
Group Games
Intramural Recommendation #3Fall/Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Boys Basketball
Interscholastic Coaching
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Boys Basketball Asst.
Interscholastic Coaching
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
JV Boys Basketball
Interscholastic Coaching
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Boys Basketball
Interscholastic Coaching
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Boys Basketball Asst.
Interscholastic Coaching
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
JV Girls Basketball
Interscholastic Coaching
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Boys Bowling
Interscholastic Coaching
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
MSIS
3
$842.18
MSIS
3
$792.64
CHS
5
$10,192.00
CHS
5
$8,154.00
CHS
5
$7,601.00
CHS
5
$10,192.00
CHS
1
$6,523.00
CHS
1
$6,080.00
CHS
3
$6,313.00
18
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Coaching Assignments: (continued)
Varsity Girls Bowling
Interscholastic Coaching
19.
Harold Cooley
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Boys Fencing
Interscholastic Coaching
20.
Frank Musto
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Girls Fencing
Interscholastic Coaching
21.
Robert Raeihle
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Boys Winter Track
Interscholastic Coaching
22.
Steven Lurie
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Boys Winter Track Asst.
Interscholastic Coaching
23.
Paul Sleavensky
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Girls Winter Track
Interscholastic Coaching
24.
Patrick Hoover
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Girls Winter Track Asst.
Interscholastic Coaching
25. Matthew Cardinale
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Coed Winter Track Asst.
Interscholastic Coaching
26.
Ed Boll
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
CHS
5
$8,120.00
CHS
4
$7,714.00
CHS
5
$8,120.00
CHS
5
$8,755.00
CHS
5
$6,974.00
CHS
5
$8,755.00
CHS
3
$6,277.00
CHS
1
$5,579.00
19
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Coaching Assignments: (continued)
Varsity Wrestling
Interscholastic Coaching
27.
Michael Guercio
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Varsity Wrestling Asst.
Interscholastic Coaching
28.
Craig Vitagliano
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
JV Wrestling
Interscholastic Coaching
29.
Frank LaMagna
Appointment #16-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Boys Basketball
Interscholastic Coaching
30.
Anthony Barone
Appointment #17-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Boys Basketball
Interscholastic Coaching
31.
Joseph Pugh
Appointment #17-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Girls Basketball
Interscholastic Coaching
32.
Ree Guarriello
Appointment #17-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Boys Basketball
Interscholastic Coaching
33.
Joseph Pugh
Appointment #17-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Boys Volleyball
Interscholastic Coaching
34.
Anthony Barone
Appointment #17-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Boys Volleyball
Interscholastic Coaching
35.
Michael Kullack
Appointment #17-Winter
2014/15 School Year
CHS
5
$10,192.00
CHS
4
$7,747.00
CHS
1
$6,080.00
CMS
5
$6,423.00
CMS
5
$6,423.00
CMS
5
$6,423.00
CMS
5
$6,423.00
CMS
5
$6,423.00
CMS
5
$6,423.00
20
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Coaching Assignments: (continued)
36.
Marisa Baran
37.
Stephen Lund
38.
Joseph Bisulca
39.
Brett Williamson
40.
Matthew Cardinale
41.
Kevin Jordan
42.
Isabella DeLiso
43.
Jessica Armentano
Girls Volleyball
Interscholastic Coaching
Appointment #17-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Girls Volleyball
Interscholastic Coaching
Appointment #17-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Wrestling
Interscholastic Coaching
Appointment #17-Winter
2014/15 School Year
Wrestling Assistant
Interscholastic Coaching
Appointment #17-Winter
2014/15 School Year
JV Football Assistant
(previously CMS Football Asst.)
Interscholastic Coaching
Recommendation #11-Fall
2014/15 School Year
CMS Football Assistant
(previously JV Football Asst.)
Interscholastic Coaching
Recommendation #7-Fall
2014/15 School Year
Field Hockey
Interscholastic Volunteer
Coaching Appointment #5-Fall
2014/15 School Year
Kickline
Interscholastic Volunteer
Coaching Appointment #6-Fall
2014/15 School Year
CMS
5
$6,423.00
CMS
5
$6,423.00
CMS
5
$6,423.00
CMS
5
$6,423.00
CHS
1
$6,863.00
CMS
4
$5,527.00
CHS
CHS
--
----
--
----
21
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Coaching Assignments: (continued)
44.
Taylor Henderson
Kickline
Interscholastic Volunteer
Coaching Appointment #6-Fall
2014/15 School Year
D. Civil Service:
Name
Position
1.
2.
Yolanda Andrews
Kimberly Baldi
3.
Paula Crescenzo
4.
5.
Angela D’Elia
Christine Gordon
6.
Susan Hallock
7.
Cristina Iavaroni
8.
Eun Lee
School Monitor
School Monitor
Computer
Management
Aide
School Monitor
School Monitor
Account Clerk
Typist
School Monitor
Reg. Sub. School
Monitor
School Monitor
School Monitor
School Monitor
School Monitor
Special
Education Aide
10.
11.
12.
Cheryl MarchandFerrara
Helen Marcisak
Dawn McDonough
Janine Trotta
13.
Maria Wengler
14.
John Evrard-Marsh
Student Aide
15.
Louis Morello
Student Aide
16.
Eileen Czerwinski
Special
Education Aide
9.
Effective
Date(s)
9/8/14
9/10/14
CHS
--
----
Bldg.
Step
Salary
MSIS
BIS
---
$14.20
$14.20
10/24/14
RH
--
$13.60
9/10/14
9/1/14
NR
WP
9/15/14
CR
9/10/14
9/22/14 –
3/1/15
BIS
--Gr.II
/1
--
$14.20
$14.20
$40,402.00
(prorated)
$14.20
MSIS
--
$10.51
9/15/14
MSIS
--
$14.20
9/10/14
9/29/14
9/1/14
NR
WP
WP
----
$14.20
$14.20
$14.20
9/14/14
NR
--
$16.09
IH
--
$8.38
MSIS
--
$8.38
CHS
--
$16.90
11/3/14 –
6/30/15
11/3/14 –
6/30/15
8/28/14 –
6/30/15
(previously
9/1/14 –
6/30/15)
22
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Civil Service: (continued)
17.
Joyce Ellis-Saltzman
Special
Education Aide
18.
Joann Ingoglia
Special
Education Aide
19.
Julianne Mataragas
Special
Education Aide
20.
Lynne Regino
Special
Education Aide
Casey Calautti
Reg. Sub.
Custodial
Worker I, 2nd
Shift
22.
Eric Bush
Custodial
Worker II, 2nd
Shift
23.
Elissa Boker
Call-In Nurse
24.
Bonnie Kamen
Call-In Nurse
25.
Jane Pietaro
Call-In Nurse
26.
Nancy Andrews
Call-In Clerical
21.
8/28/14 –
6/30/15
(previously
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
8/28/14 –
6/30/15
(previously
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
8/28/14 –
6/30/15
(previously
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
8/28/14 –
6/30/15
(previously
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
8/12/14 –
9/5/14
11/12/13
8/14/14 –
6/30/15
8/14/14 –
6/30/15
8/14/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
CHS
--
$16.90
CHS
--
$16.90
CHS
--
$16.90
CHS
--
$16.90
BIS
Gr.
A/1
MSIS
Gr.
C/10
(prev.
E/10)
$47,179.00
(prorated)
(previously
$47,887.00)
DW
--
DW
--
DW
--
DW
--
$69,175.00
(previously
$75,462.00)
$94.86/
$105.06
$94.86/
$105.06
$94.86/
$105.06
$12.26
23
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Civil Service: (continued)
27.
Angela Bonfiglio
Call-In Clerical
28.
Marilyn CarlsonPoma
Call-In Clerical
29.
Loraine Maples
Call-In Clerical
30.
Susan Radzanower
Call-In Clerical
31.
Denise Smagala
32.
33.
34.
35.
Ronald Benini
Richard Petersen
William Wichrowski
Josephine
(Giuseppina) Costa
36.
Tracey Conklin
37.
Eugina DeSciullo
38.
Jayne Ericksen
39.
Denise Ferraro
40.
Rosemarie Garafalo
41.
Kimberly Gierak
42.
Rosa Hartman
43.
Carmela Mundinger
44.
Margaret Nessler
45.
Saveria Pellegrino
46.
Joan Romano
Part-Time
Clerical
Guard
Guard
Guard
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
9/1/14 –
6/30/15
10/24/14
10/24/14
10/24/14
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
DW
--
$12.26
DW
--
$12.26
DW
--
$12.26
DW
--
$12.26
BURR
--
$16.68
DW
DW
DW
DW
-----
$17.13
$17.13
$17.13
$10.51
DW
--
$11.43
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$11.43
DW
--
$11.43
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$10.51
24
P-6: APPOINTMENTS:
(continued)
Civil Service: (continued)
47.
Phyllis Scarpella
48.
Heather Sciarretta
49.
Verzhine Tiratsuyan
50.
Kathleen Twohig
51.
Laura Vega
52.
Veronica Porter
53.
Theresa Werner
Change of Title
Name
Richard Schramm
1.
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
Call-In School
Monitor
1.
2.
Donald Bonacorsa
James Oliveri
P-7: OTHER:
DW
--
$11.43
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$10.51
DW
--
$11.43
Position
From Plant Facilities Administrator to
Director of Facilities IIII
Change of Status:
Name
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
10/24/14 6/30/15
Position
From Custodial
Worker I, 2nd Shift
to Custodial
Worker I, 1st Shift
From Custodial
Worker I, 1st Shift
to Reg. Sub.
Custodial Worker
II, 1st Shift
Effective Date
9/22/14
Effective
Date(s)
Bldg.
8/12/14 –
9/5/14
BIS
$62,889.00
Gr. (previously
A/10 $60,142.00)
prorated
IH
$69,175.00
Gr. (previously
C/10 $70,212.00)
prorated
8/12/14 –
9/5/14
Step
Salary
No Recommended Action
/ml
25
POLICY #8331
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AT BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETINGS
All meetings of the Board shall be conducted in public, and the public has the right to attend all
such meetings. Public expression at such meetings shall be encouraged and a specific portion of
the agenda shall provide for this privilege of the floor. At its discretion, the Board may invite
visitors to its meetings to participate in the Board's discussion of matters on the agenda.
The Board shall use the following procedures for permitting public discussion and comment on
items before the Board or on other subjects under the Board's jurisdiction.
a) The First Public Commentary portion for each speaker shall be limited to five (5) minutes
and the total time to thirty (30) minutes. Commentary at this portion of the meeting is
restricted to items on the agenda. This process, however, will not apply to procedural
items and motions.
b) If time permits, there will be an opportunity at the end of each Board meeting for public
commentary on items that are not on the agenda. This Second Public Commentary
portion for each speaker shall be limited to five (5) minutes and the total time to 30
minutes.
c) Persons who wish to address the Board are requested to state their name and identify any
organization they may be representing at the meeting.
d) Comments to the Board will be limited by the Board President and should relate to school
matters.
e) Employees will not be identified by name during public commentary. Comments relating
to the competence or personal conduct of individuals are prohibited and shall be declared
out of order.
f) Comments and questions from the public need not be responded to at the meeting. At
his/her discretion, the Board President may answer questions or respond to comments or
refer them to the Board or staff members for reply or for consideration and later response.
g) If a person requests a written response to a question, he/she must first submit the question
in writing to the District Clerk. In the event a question is so received, the writer will be
informed by the District Clerk, shortly after receipt of the question, of the date on which a
response to the question may be expected and the administrator charged with the
responsibility of responding. A copy of the response to the question will be forwarded to
the Board.
h) By majority vote of the Board, these rules for public commentary may be waived for a
given meeting
i) There will usually be no separate public commentary allowed on non-action items except
for first readings of policies.
j) Abusive behavior will not be tolerated at Board meetings. An individual demonstrating
abusive behavior will be ruled out of order and asked to leave the Board meeting.
ADOPTED:
Commack UFSD Board of Education Meeting: 11/21/13
AMENDED: _____/_____/_____
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