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BOARD OF EDUCATIONIRVINGTON, NEW JERSEYRegular Board Meeting – March 22, 2017The Regular Board Meeting of the Irvington Board of Education was held on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 atMt. Vernon Avenue Elementary School, 54 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Irvington, New Jersey 07111. This meetingwas called to order by Board Vice President Richard Williams, followed by a flag salute.Present were: Louis AntilusJamillah Beasley-McCleodMelody ScottJoseph SylvainOrlander VickRichard Williams, Vice PresidentExcused:Ronald BrownAudrey LyonRomaine Greer, PresidentOthers:Dr. Neely Hackett, Superintendent of SchoolsReggie Lamptey, CPA, Assistant Superintendent for Business/Board SecretaryDr. Shakirah Harrington, Interim Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & InstructionRoger Monel Associate School Business AdministratorCherelle Tolor, Human Resource ManagerRonald Hunt, Board AttorneyAshley Reid, Student TrusteeSeveral other administrators, interested citizens and newspaper reportersBoard Vice President Richard Williams reported that in accordance with P.L. 1975, Chapter 231, adequatenotice of this meeting was posted in the Administration Building and copies of said notice sent to the IrvingtonHerald, the Star Ledger, and Township Clerk.RESOLUTION TO APPROVE BOARD MEETING MINUTESRESOLVED, that the minutes of the Board of Education meeting held on the date as indicated, ascorrected and transcribed, be received and filed.February 15, 2017 - Regular Board MeetingACTION:Motion by: Luis Antilus Seconded by: Orlander VickRoll Call: Unanimously approved on a roll call voteNicole Gilmore, Principal of Mt. Vernon Avenue Elementary School welcomed everyone, noting they werepleased to host the March 2017 Board Meeting. She acknowledged their presence by asking all the Mt. VernonEagle scholars, parents and staff to stand. Ms. Gilmore stated leading the school for the second year, she wasproud to say Mt. Vernon had three Pride Essay Contest Winners. In addition to their writing winners, Mt.Vernon also had musical winners. Two musical selections were being introduced by Ms. Ronnie Lubin, VocalMusic Teacher, a recent staff addition.1

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGMARCH 22, 2017She was being assisted by Ms. LoveJoy, Instrumental Music Teacher and her percussionists. It was noted theVocal Music Teacher had only been with the district for three weeks.Board Vice President Richard Williams thanked the staff and students for a great performance.SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORTDr. Neely, Hackett stated before starting her report she was commending Ms. Gilmore, Ms. Lubin, Ms. Lovejoyand the students for the wonderful performance. She stated the new teacher represented the talent they wereable to bring to the district for the students. She then called upon the student trustee to share what was going onat the high school.Ashley Reid, student trustee, announced that a Black History Month Program was held on February 27, 2017which included a vocal and dance performance by the students in the Visual and Performing Arts Class. TheCollege and Careers Fair held February 23, 2017 was a huge success having over 20 college and careerrepresentatives there. The Consumer Bowl Team won for the 9th year in a row. They would be competing inthe Regions on April 7, 2017. Their advisor is Mr. Romano. The Parent Teacher-Student Association held asuccessful event March 10 with a Rocking Red 90’s Theme. Thirty-two (32) I.H.S. Chemistry Students wentto East Hanover to participate in the Organic Chemistry Day. Their advisor is Ms. Bennon. Irvington Highpublished a Blue Knights Times March 2017 issue which contained news and current events. The link could befound on the district website. Their advisors were Major Monroe, and Ms. Dusco. The Blue Knights BoysWrestling Team is the 2017 Conference Champions. Tymir Lassiter achieved his 100th win for the BlueKnights. Her final item was that 32 seniors earned Honor Roll and Super Honor Roll.Dr. Hackett stated she was extremely proud to give her report because her report was full of acknowledgementsof the wonderful accomplishments of staff and students. Before getting into the essay winners, she recognizedthe Art Teachers (present or not present) and Ms. Harte, Visual and Performing Arts Supervisor for theextraordinary display at the Livingston Mall. She said most other districts had a table or a half a table with afew displays. She exclaimed that Irvington had an entire corridor with a lot of extraordinary art displayed.Dr. Hackett stressed in addressing the Essay Contest that it was open to all schools in Essex County.PRIDE ESSAY RESULTSI am proud to announce the winners of the Essex County Education Association’s Pride EssayContest.Grade LevelKindergarten1st Grade2nd Grade3rd Grade4th Grade5th Grade6th Grade7th Grade8th h LawrenceChristopher DorvalZydahn AndriesJason ChesonisArmani HughesSaniya HightowerDanylah JonesEdras VincentCamron WrightSchoolMt. VernonGrove StreetMadison AveMadison AveMt. VernonMt. VernonUnion Ave MiddleUnion Ave MiddleUnion Avenue Mid2TeacherMrs. VillariMs. HowardMs. Davis/Ms. McLaughlinMs. D. PerkinsMs. BriggsDr. BeckMr. SegarraMrs. HatipogluMs. Pepe-Lage

9th Grade10th Grade11th Grade12th Grade1stFritzderline PierreIrvington HSMr. Jackson1st1stMiraj SeepersadAshley ReidIrvington HSIrvington HSMr. MartinMr. DavisCongratulations to our students and staff. Winners will be acknowledged at our April Board of Educationmeeting.A recognition ceremony was held at the Livingston Mall on Thursday, March 16 at 6:30 pm. Winners read theiressays and received the following awards:1st place2nd place3rd place 100 75 50DESIGNATION OF JROTC “HONOR UNIT WITH DISTINCTION” – IRVINGTON HIGH SCHOOLCongratulations on the designation of our Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) unit as a JuniorROTC “Honor Unit with Distinction” for the 2016 – 2017 school year. The Department of the Army presentsthis award to the JROTC units that maintain an exceptionally high standard of performance. Our JROTCProgram's designation of “Honor Unit with Distinction” represents a significant achievement.IRVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL WINS THE 2017 ESSEX COUNTY CONSUMER BOWLCHAMPIONSHIP TITLEFor the 9th straight year, the Irvington High School Consumer Bowl Team has won the Essex CountyChampionship. The county competition took place on February 21, 2017 at West Caldwell Technical HighSchool. Irvington High School competed with West Side High School and the following Essex CountyVocational/Technical Schools: Bloomfield, Newark North 13th Street, and West Caldwell.The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has sponsored the event since 1997. The Consumer Bowl is afun, game show style competition that tests students’ knowledge about consumer laws and fraud. The studentswho participate in the consumer bowl learn invaluable information that they can use to protect themselves andtheir families now and in the future.FIRE DEPARTMENT POSTER CONTEST AWARDS CEREMONYThe Irvington Fire Department will host its third annual Poster Contest Awards Ceremony on Saturday, April 8,2017 at Augusta Preschool Academy. The ceremony will begin at 10:00 am.NEHEMIE ESTIL-DUPREVIL-IRVINGTON HIGH SCHOOLNehemie Estil-Duprevil is a junior at Irvington High School. He is a member of the Irvington based Jersey HeatTrack Club. Nehemie was honored by the New Jersey Association of USA Track and Field at the 25th AnnualUSATF New Jersey Awards Banquet held on January 21, 2017.Nehemie was recognized as the 2016 Cross County Athlete of the Year in the 17-18 Men’s Division. Duringthe 2016 track season, Nehemie hit over 21 feet, 8 inches in the long jump, over 41 feet, 1 inch in the triplejump, and ran 7.02 in the 2,000-meter Steeple Chase.3

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGMARCH 22, 2017IRVINGTON SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR-MICHEAL BEARDSLEY-CHILD STUDYTEAM-UNIVERSITY ELEMENTARY AND GROVE STREET SCHOOLSMr. Beardsley has worked in the Irvington Public Schools for over seven years. He graduated from MonmouthUniversity in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in Education and in 2013 he received his Master of Science inEducation. His first experience working in the Irvington School District was as a Consultative Inclusion teacherat University Elementary School. This position allowed him to collaborate with teachers and work directly withthe scholars. His experiences and knowledge obtained through collaborating with his colleagues to help scholarsin the classroom were vital to his transition to a member of the Child Study Team.As a Child Study Team member, he continues to strive to make a difference in assisting scholars in our schoolsand collaborating with colleagues, which ultimately promotes a positive classroom environment. He makes adifference in the educational success of his students by communicating with all essential individuals who areinvolved with each student. He believes that it is essential to communicate with all teachers, schooladministrators and school personnel to ensure that proper planning, implementation and results are beingexecuted to enhance student achievement and assist students in reaching their full potential.IRVINGTON TEACHER OF THE YEAR-JULIE SAMMARONE-MADISON AVENUE SCHOOLJulie Sammarone has been employed as a teacher in the Irvington School District for twenty years. She beganteaching at Mt. Vernon Avenue School in 1997 and continued to teach the fourth and fifth grades there for 16years. In 2013, she transferred to Madison Avenue School and began teaching the second grade where shecontinues to teach today.As an elementary school teacher, Ms. Sammarone has made a difference in her students’ lives. She connectswith her students not only educationally, but emotionally as well. Whether it is the gifted child needing to bechallenged or the child in need of nothing more than a hug and a few words of comfort, she strives to meet theneeds of her students each and every day.Ms. Sammarone goes to work each day with the hope that she can inspire her students to be not only betterstudents, but better people. She teaches her students with kindness, integrity, trust, compassion, and respectwhich, more often than not, is reciprocated. Instilling these values provides her students with the foundationthat will make a difference throughout their lives. These values become a part of each child, and throughouttheir lives they will be taking a small piece of Ms. Sammarone, their second grade teacher, on their journey.Board Vice President Richard Williams noted that the Irvington Board of Education is not where they want it tobe, but they are on their way.PUBLIC COMMENT: There were no public comments on agenda items.4

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGPERSONNEL1.MARCH 22, 2017LEAVE (S) OF ABSENCERESOLVED that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the leave(s) of absence of the listed personnel, effective as indicated:Certificated(a)Patrick CuttittaExtension of paid medical leave ofabsence as per FMLA effective 3/1/17 through3/7/17 using 5 personal illness days. (BerkeleyTerrace School-Instrumental Music Teacher)(b)Lucy O’TooleIntermittent FMLA effective 2/13/17through 6/30/17, not to exceed 12 weeks, usingavailable personal illness and personal businessdays. (Berkeley Terrace School-5th Grade Teacher)(c)Shelley Sadow-FrankelIntermittent medical leave of absence asper FMLA effective 2/15/17 through 6/30/17, not toexceed 12 weeks, using available personal illnessand personal business days. (Early ChildhoodDepartment-Social Worker)(d)Roslyn Turner-IncePaid medical leave of absence as perFMLA effective 1/30/17 through 2/12/17 using 9personal illness days. (University ElementarySchool-Special Education Teacher)(e)Kindlyn VilcantPaid maternity leave of absence as perFMLA effective 4/24/17 through 5/31/17 using 24personal illness days and 3 personal business days;unpaid FMLA effective 6/1/17 through 6/30/17.(Early Childhood Department-Behaviorist)(f)Allison WalkerPaid medical leave of absence as perFMLA effective 2/13/17 through 3/15/17 using 22personal illness days. (High School-EnglishLanguage Arts Teacher)(g)Christopher DeLuccaAmendment to the 2/15/17 Agenda: PaidFMLA effective 2/27/17 through 4/23/17 using 34personal illness days. (High School-PhysicalEducation Teacher)5

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGPERSONNEL (Continued)MARCH 22, 2017(h)Yolanda DentleyExtension of paid medical leave ofabsence as per FMLA effective 2/1/17 through3/27/17 using 38 personal illness days. (UniversityElementary School-Vice Principal)(i)Jena MartinPaid maternity leave of absence as perFMLA effective 5/12/17 through 5/16/17 using 3personal illness days; unpaid maternity leave ofabsence as per FMLA effective 5/17/17 through6/30/17. (High School-English Language ArtsTeacher)(j)Regine SauveurPaid medical leave of absence as perFMLA effective 4/17/17 through 5/21/17 using 20personal illness days. (Thurgood Marshall SchoolPre-K Teacher)(k)Francisco VasquezPaid child care leave of absence effective2/15/17 through 2/26/17 using 5 personal illnessand 2 personal business days. (Union AvenueMiddle School-Social Studies Teacher)ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleodNon-Certificated(l)Michael BrownExtension of paid medical leave ofabsence as per FMLA effective 2/23/17 through2/26/17 using 2 personal illness days. (UnionAvenue Middle School-Dean/Climate Specialist)(m)Veronica CannonExtension of unpaid medical leave ofabsence with Board paid benefits effective 2/15/17through 3/2/17. (High School-Custodian)(n)Barbara CroneUnpaid medical leave of absence as perFMLA effective 1/10/17 through 2/19/17.(Berkeley Terrace School-Secretary)(o)Shawn TaylorExtension of paid medical leave ofabsence with Board paid benefits effective 3/1/17through 4/2/17 using 23 personal illness days.(Building and Grounds Department-Plumber)ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod6

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGPERSONNEL (Continued)2.MARCH 22, 2017RETURN TO WORK FROM LEAVE OF ABSENCERESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the return to work from leaves of absence of the listed personnel, effective as indicated:Certificated(a)Roslyn Turner-InceReturned to work from paid medicalleave of absence effective 2/13/17. (UniversityElementary School-Special Education Teacher)(b)Elveta MalcomReturned to work from unpaid medicalleave of absence effective 2/9/17. (FlorenceAvenue School-1st Grade Teacher)(c)Sarah CaddleReturned to work from unpaid maternityleave of absence effective 2/28/17. (High SchoolEnglish Language Arts Teacher)(d)Patrick CuttittaReturned to work from paid medicalleave of absence effective 3/8/17. (BerkeleyTerrace School-Instrumental Music Teacher)ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleodNon-Certificated(e)Marcel CeusReturned to work from paid medicalleave of absence effective 2/7/17. (High SchoolCustodian)(f)Barbara CroneReturned to work from unpaid medicalleave of absence effective 2/21/17. (BerkeleyTerrace School-Secretary)(g)Richard MoonReturned to work from paid FMLAeffective 2/8/17. (Grove Street School-SecurityOfficer)(h)Catherine SteeleReturned to work from paid FMLAeffective 2/13/17. (Business Office-ConfidentialAdministrative Secretary)7

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGPERSONNEL (Continued)MARCH 22, 2017(i)Scottie StithReturned to work from paid FMLAeffective 1/25/17. (University Elementary SchoolSecretary)(j)Michael BrownReturned to work from paid medicalleave of absence effective 2/27/17. (Union AvenueMiddle School-Dean/Climate Specialist)(k)Marcella PleasantReturned to work from unpaid medicalleave of absence effective 3/3/17. (Union AvenueMiddle School-Custodian)(l)Veronica CannonReturned to work from unpaid medicalleave of absence effective 3/6/17. (High SchoolCustodian)ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod3.SUBSTITUTE PERSONNEL(a)RESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the appointment of the listed personnel as substitute teachers, at the pay rate of 100.00per day, not to exceed 29 hours per week, effective 3/16/17:Eligible for WorkLovern Dacosta WilliamsNubia LumumbaSameria O’NeilMaya BecklesSylviane Francois Saint AlbertIbn Alif BryantMichael GloverMaria UzoaruACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod8

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGPERSONNEL (Continued)(b)MARCH 22, 2017Substitute Security OfficersRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the appointment of the listed personnel as Substitute Security Officers at the pay rate of 9.50 per hour, not to exceed 29 hours per week, effective 3/16/17, payable from account number 11-000-266100-01-35:Yvette BenjaminAquillah GrayFleurio CeusJasmine ParkerJavon HolstonLinda JonesTonia JacksonMarcus WootenDonald DollarTyja WayRenaud RosilusBruce WashingtonEddy MetellusACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod(c)Substitute CustodiansRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the appointment of the listed personnel as Substitute Custodians at the pay rate of 9.50per hour, not to exceed 29 hours per week, effective 3/16/17, payable from account number 11-000-262-100-0134:Yvette BenjaminAquillah GrayFleurio CeusMuhammad Ibn MahdiKatrice BarneyLinda JonesTonia JacksonQuiana BowmanNyree BarrettAlhassan BashiruTyja WayRenaud RosilusSheronda Mc NealTianna HayesACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod(d)Substitute Breakfast/Lunch AidesRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the appointment of the listed personnel as Substitute Breakfast/Lunch Aides at the payrate of 8.50 per hour, not to exceed 29 hours per week, effective 3/16/17, payable from account number 11000-262-100-09-34.Yvette BenjaminLinda JonesTyja WayAquillah GrayTonia JacksonRenaud RosilusFleurio CeusQuiana BowmanSheronda Mc NealMuhammad Ibn MahdiNyree BarrettTianna HayesKatrice BarneyAlhassan BashiruMarcus WootenBruce WashingtonJasmine ParkerDonald DollarEddy MetellusJavon HolstonACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod9

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGPERSONNEL (Continued)(e)MARCH 22, 2017Substitute SecretaryRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the appointment of Flores Suffrard as a Substitute Secretary, effective 3/16/17, at the payrate of 11.25 per hour, payable from account number 11-000-230-100-00-22:ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod4.SEPARATIONSRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the separation of the listed personnel, effective as indicated:ResignationsCertificated(a)Dr. Shakirah Harrington, Interim Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, District wide,effective 4/30/17.ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleodRetirementsCertificated(b)Barbara Jennings, Kindergarten Teacher, Mt. Vernon Avenue School, retirement effective 7/1/17.(DOH 9/1/01)(c)Patricia Banks, Kindergarten Teacher, Mt. Vernon Avenue School, retirement effective 7/1/17. (DOH9/1/83)(d)Jan Villari, Kindergarten Teacher, Mt. Vernon Avenue School, retirement effective 7/1/17. (DOH9/1/83)(e)Rita Phipps-Smith, Kindergarten Teacher, Mt. Vernon Avenue School, retirement effective7/1/17. (DOH 9/1/83)(f)Marcia Venturi, 1st Grade Teacher, Chancellor Avenue School, retirement effective 7/1/17.(DOH 9/1/01)(g)James Sabo, Music Teacher, High School, retirement effective 7/1/17. (DOH 9/16/87)ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod10

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGPERSONNEL (Continued)5.MARCH 22, 2017APPOINTMENTSRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the appointment of the listed personnel, for the 2016-2017 school year, effective asindicated:Certificated(a)Tiffany Baskerville, Science Teacher, University Middle School, at an annual salary of 63,376.00, Step7, MA Level, New Jersey City University, effective 4/24/17 (pending criminal history clearance),payable from account number 15-130-100-101-00-10. Replacing Carlos Baeza.(b)Ronie Lubin, Music Teacher, Mt. Vernon Avenue School, at an annual salary of 59,690.00 , Step 1, 6thYear Level , Oakwood University, effective 3/16/17, payable from account number 15-120-100-101-0009. Replacing Anne Horan.(c)Chris Ann Karsen, Guidance Counselor, Berkeley Terrace School, at an annual salary of 62,090.00,Step 4, 6th Year Level, Kean University, effective 4/24/17 (pending criminal history clearance), payablefrom account number 15-120-100-101-00-02. Replacing Alim Edwards.(d)Marijoe Ashikwei, 4th Grade Teacher, Madison Avenue School, at an annual salary of 65,579.00, Step8, BA Level, Rutgers University, effective 3/27/17 (pending criminal history clearance), payable fromaccount number 15-120-100-101-00-07. Replacing Remy Wilson.ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleodNon-Certificated(e)RESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the appointment of Azzielee T. Beasley, 12 month Secretary, Florence Avenue School, atan annual salary of 40,141.00, Step 7, effective 7/1/17, payable from account number 15-000-240-105-00-04.Replacing Valerie Inman.ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod(f)RESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the appointment of Kasmirah Jones, 12 month Secretary, Union Avenue Middle School,at an annual salary of 37,837.00, Step 6, effective 3/27/17, payable from account number 15-000-240-105-0011. Replacing Felicia China-Richardson.ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod11

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGPERSONNEL (Continued)6.MARCH 22, 2017REASSIGNEMENT/TRANSFERRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the reassignment/transfer of the listed personnel, at the indicated position and location:Non-Certificated(a)Justin Glover, Building Substitute Teacher, University Elementary School reassigned to SubstituteTeacher, District wide at the pay rate of 100.00 per day for days worked effective 2/20/17.ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod7.ATTAINMENT OF NEW LEVEL(a)RESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the salary adjustment of the following certificated staff members due to attainment ofnew level, effective 2/1/17:CertificatedNameFromToMelissa Benn1st Grade TeacherBerkley Terrace School 56,679.00Step 4BA Level 57,676.00Step 45th Year LevelAbigail Miles3rd Grade TeacherBerkeley Terrace School 66,476.00Step 8MA Level 71,890.00Step 86th Year LevelSharafdeen SaiduMathematics TeacherUniversity Middle School 59,076.00Step 5MA Level 63,490.00Step 56th Year LevelACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod12

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGPERSONNEL (Continued)8.MARCH 22, 2017STIPENDCertificated(a)RESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved the appointment of Dr. Matin Adegboyega to temporarily assume the responsibilities ofthe Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, Central Office, at a daily rate of 100.00 for daysworked, payable from account number 11-000-221-102-00-15, effective 5/1/17 to 6/30/17.ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod(b)RESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved Eleanor Gatling, Transcript Coordinator Blue Knights Academy to provide guidancesupport for Chancellor Avenue School in the absence of the guidance counselor. Ms. Gatling will workfrom 8:30 am to 3:00pm daily for 6 hours (30 minute lunch not included) at 35.00 per hour for a maximum of73 days from March 6, 2017 through June 21, 2017. The total amount will not exceed 16,206.00, payable fromaccount number 15-000-218-104-00-03.ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleodNon-Certificated(c)Parent Coordinators to Coordinate Annual Parent Academy 2017RESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools to pay a stipend for the Parent Coordinators listed below to plan, coordinate, and organize parentinvolvement activities for the Annual Parent Academy. Each Parent Coordinator will be compensated at the rateof 18.00 per hour for (5) five hours. Total cost of compensation will not exceed 90.00 per person. Total costfor all stipends not exceed 720.00, payable from account 20-TI7-200-100-40-30.Berkeley Terrace School- Tykyannah Fields-BrownChancellor Avenue School- Lee JohnsonFlorence Avenue School- Jennifer ParisGrove Street School- Tia HeadMadison Avenue School-Synthia Jones-PenderMt. Vernon Avenue School- Clara ThomasThurgood Marshall School- Cindy ClarkUniversity Elementary School-Darlene ReevesACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod13

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGPERSONNEL (Continued)MARCH 22, 20179.AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS(a)Homework Advisor/Thurgood Marshall SchoolRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved Nijah Jihad to serve as the Homework Advisor beginning March 16, 2017 to June 2,2017 at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School, from 3:05 p.m. to 4:05 p.m. Ms. Jihad will be paid 37.00 perhour (38 hours at 37.00 per hour 1,406.00), payable from account number 20-T17-100-100-08-30. Thetotal amount for the program is not to exceed 1,406.00.ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod(b)Basic Skills/Homework Club/Thurgood Marshall SchoolRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved Theresa Smart to serve as the Substitute Teacher in the absence of a Basic SkillsHomework Club/Activities staff at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School during the 2016-2017 school year.The Substitute will be paid 37.00 per hour, for hours worked payable from account number 20-T17-100-10008-30. Total cost will not exceed the board approved amount for the program.ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod(c)Re-Registration and New Registration /Office of Early ChildhoodRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and approved Gai Hughes, Registration Secretary, to work every Thursday for re-registration and newregistration of incoming preschool students beginning February 2, 2017 to March 30, 2017. The registrationsecretary will work from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and will be paid at a rate of 22.40 per hour for 1.5 hours perday for 9 days, not to exceed 13.5 hours. Total cost not to exceed 302.40, payable from account number 20EC7-200-105-03-37.ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod14

REGULAR BOARD MEETINGPERSONNEL (Continued)(d)MARCH 22, 2017PARCC Afterschool Program /Berkeley Terrace SchoolRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and granted permission for Berkeley Terrace Elementary School to hire Wendy Martinez as a substituteteacher for the PARCC Afterschool Program for 2016/2017 school year at Berkeley Terrace ElementarySchool. The substitute teacher will be paid at the contractual rate of 37.00 per hour. Payable from the accountnumber 20-TI7-100-100-02-30.ACTION:Motion by: Melody Scott, Seconded by: Luis AntilusRoll Call: 5 Ayes: Antilus, Scott, Sylvain, Vick, Williams, 1 Abstain: Beasley-McCleod(e)Reading Club/Berkeley Terrace SchoolRESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepted the recommendation of the Superintendent ofSchools and granted permission for Berkeley Terrace Elementary School to hire Yojana Gray as the ReadingClub Advisor for th

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