School Board Meeting Highlights

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    Wednesday, September 11, 2019

    Committee of the Whole/Voting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm

     

    1. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer 
    2. Pledge to Flag 
    3. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker 
    4. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.  Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. Student Report

    Information

    Student Representative:

     

    Adam McCoy, Senior Representative

    Travis Saylor, Junior Representative 

    1. Presentation: Life Track Senior Exit Survey
    • Mrs. Hoover and Mr. Herncane will present a summary of the results from the Life Track Senior Exit Survey
    1. Hollidaysburg Area School District Foundation

    Information

    • Jodie Albarano, HASD Foundation Director will present the HASD Foundation's quarterly report. 
    1. Keystone Score Preview

    Presentation

    Dr. Endler, Mr. Harrington and Mr. McCall will present a summary of the 2019 Spring Keystone scores.

     

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker

     

    1. Announcements

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 6:00pm for personnel.

     

    The Curriculum Committee meeting scheduled for November 6, 2019 is cancelled and is rescheduled for Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. in the Guidance Career Conference Room of the Senior High School, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg PA.

     

    The next scheduled board meeting will be a combined Committee of the Whole and Voting Meeting on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

     

    All board meeting agendas are available in detail for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

     

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for August, 2019

     

    1. Treasurer's Reports

    August 31, 2019 Treasurer's Reports

    GENERAL FUND

    $  8,115,912.02  Receipts

    $  3,391,935.46  Total Disbursements 

    $11,656,343.68  Ledger Balance

     

    TRUST FUND

    $      117.10 Total Receipts

    $          0.00 Total Disbursements

    $ 56,372.35 Ledger Balance

     

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $190,447.86 Total Receipts

    $  76,697.14 Total Disbursements

    $616,586.81 Ledger Balance

     

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $     928.23 Total Receipts

    $  1,847.15 Total Disbursements

    $53,981.04 Ledger Balance

     

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $   232,197.42 Total Receipts

    $   373,211.47 Total Disbursements

    $   860,254.47 Ledger Balance

     

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $31,567.28 Total Receipts

    $31,561.16 Total Disbursements

    $     686.62  Ledger Balance

     

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,746,183.43 Total Receipts

    $1,726,119.40 Total Disbursements

    $     48,579.95  Ledger Balance

     

    SH STUDENT STORE

    $   249.95 Total Receipts

    $   146.73 Total Disbursements

    $5,232.09 Ledger Balance

      

    1. List of Payments

    AUGUST 31, 2019 LIST OF PAYMENTS

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $   220,554.34     Fiscal Year 2018-19 (Check numbers 158895-159071)

    $1,474,304.13     Fiscal Year 2019-20 (Check numbers 158881-159169)

    $1,694,858.47         Total Payments

     

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $  1,991.91   Total Payments (Check numbers 23002-23006)

     

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $  1,847.15   Total Payments (Check numbers 22894-22896)

     

     

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $373,211.47 Total Payments (Check numbers 3429-3432)

     

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     55,256.08     Fiscal Year 2019-20 (Check numbers 261125-261144)

    $1,670,863.32      ACH Disbursements

    $1,726,119.40  Total Payments 

     

    SH SCHOOL STORE

    $    146.73   Total Payments (Check numbers 1005-1006) 

     

    TRUST FUND

    $          -0- Total Payments (Check number)

     

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2019-2020 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

     

    $6,668,185 Total Invested with 27 Financial Institutions

    $   205,204 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

     

    1. Business Office
    2. Contracts

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:                                                        

    1. Engagement Agreement with The Reschini Group effective the 2019 reporting year to assist in completion of the 2019 IRS reporting requirements for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).  Cost:  Deposit (non-refundable):  $500;  $6.25 per 1095 Form
        
    2. Auction Sales Contract with "Col." K. R. Miller, Jr., Auctioneer for Auction to be held in October, 2019 at Cross Keys Auction Center. Cost: 10% of vehicle sales; 15% of miscellaneous sales
       
    3. Agreement with Jaime Vollmer, Inc. for a County-Wide Inservice Presentation on October 25, 2019  Cost: $6,900 plus travel expenses not to exceed $850 **HASD Cost:  $968.75  
       
    4. Agreement with Life Track Services effective September 11, 2019 through June 30, 2025 for graduate exit surveys, surveys after graduation and surveys 5 year post-graduation.  Cost: $3,920
       
    5. Maintenance Contract with McCartney's, Inc. for Foot of Ten Equip ID#AD972, Model IR1435LF, Serial Number RZJ41560 - June 1, 2019 to June 1, 2020 Cost: .0059 per copy 
       
    6. Addendum to Lease Agreement with Doceo Equipment Financing, LLC effective September 11, 2019 through the remainder of the Lease Agreement  Addtional Cost:  $74.10/month for 60 months.
       
    7. Agreement with Dana Melton RN, LSCW for Behavioral Health Student Services effective September 11, 2019 through September 11, 2020  No Cost
       
    8. Behavioral Services Agreement with Blair Family Solutions, LLC. effective August 5, 2019 through August 4, 2020 for emotional/mental health issues in the district's elementary schools  Cost: $26.25 per hr. up to 6.25 hrs. per day
       
    9. Service Agreement for Customized Workshop with Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) effective January 18, 2020 for a one-day workshop for School Board Members  Cost:  $800 
       
    10. Client Data Access Agreement with Tyler Technologies effective September 12, 2019 through June 30, 2021 to allow access to potentially sensitive information stored on district servers  No Cost

     

     

     


     

    1. Service Agreement with Spitz, Inc.  effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020 to provide a System Protection Plan for the Spitz Model SciDome IQ2400 Laser Planetarium System with Touch Controller, Programmable LED Lighting.  Cost:  $9,295 (additional $975 per on-site service visit if necessary)
       
    2. Agreement with Trpil Home Health effective September 11, 2019 through September 10, 2020 to provide RN and LPN services on a fee-for-service basis for students in the Hollidaysburg Area School District
      Cost:  RN:  $70 for 1 hr or less; $55 each additional hour; $60 per hour for each additional student
                LPN:  $50 for 1 hr or less; $35 for any additional hours after the first
       
    3. HIPAA Business Associate Agreement with TRpil Home Health effective September 11, 2019 through September 10, 2020 to comply with the requirements of the Privacy Rule, including but not limited to, the Business Officate contract requirements at 45 C.F.R 164 504.  No Cost 
    1. Blair County Tax Claim Bureau Repository Bids
    • Accept bid from Duncansville Municipal Authority for Map# 02.00-13G.-097.01-000 in the amount of $250
    • Accept bid from Nicholas Samuel Krajacic for Map#02.00-05..-006.16-000 in the amount of $250 
    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of obsolete technology hardware and other various equipment.

      

    1. Federal Program Budget Adjustments

    Federal Program Budget Adjustments:

     

    2018-2019 Budget:

    2018-2019 Title 19 Budget Increase:  $4,050

    2018-2019 Access Grant Allocation Increase:  $1,015

    1. Bid Award

    Per Board Policy 610, Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation, the following bids are recommended for approval:

    Award Elementary & Secondary Music Supplies and Equipment bid for 82 items to various vendors in the amount of $21,597.29.

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

     

    1. Botvin Life-Skills Training

    LifeSkills Training (LST) is an evidence-based prevention program that targets psychological factors among teens, and teaches personal self-management, social skills, and other resilience skills necessary to navigate the challenges of adolescence. The program/surveys will be administered throughout the 2019-2020 school year. The surveys are voluntary, and the student responses will remain anonymous and confidential. Results of the survey will be available no later than Fall 2020.

    • Grade 7 will Pilot the new hybrid verson of Botvin LifeSkills Training Curriculum 
    1. Field Trip Request

    Per Board Policies 230.1 Student Expenses for Conferences/Competitions and 121 Field Trips, the following field trip is presented for approval:

    Field Trip Request:

    SH Marching Band to McDowell High School, Erie PA

    Friday, September 27, 2019

    Varsity Football Game Performance

    District Cost:  $1,530 (Transportation Cost) 

     

    1. Master Field Trip List for 2019-2020

    Per Board Policies 230.1 Student Expenses for Conferences/Competitions and 121 Field Trips, the attached list of student Field Trips in excess of 150 miles, out of state, or overnight is submitted for approval. 

    1. Request to Establish a New Student Activity Account

     Per Board Policy 618, Student Activity Fund Control:

     

    New Student Activity:  Junior/Senior High Spanish Club - No. 74

    Purpose:  To give students who take any level of Spanish at the Junior or Senior High the opportunity to participate in an extracurricular club, to enhance their knowledge of the Spanish/Hispanic language and culture.

     

    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is being asked to approve the Personnel actions.

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    Approve Hire

    Neil Edmundson

    HVAC Maintenance - MAFJHSCUST02 to Building Supervisor - MNPADMBUIL01

    Dist

    9/12/19

    Pro-rated $50,000 for 19/20 SY

    Resign

    Jarrod Klausman

    Social Studies Teacher - TCHSHSHIST04

    SH

    Effective 8/21/19

     

    Resign

    Nicole Stephan

    Special Education Teacher - TCHFKSSPEC04

    FKS

    Effective November 11, 2019 or upon release from current position

     

    Approve Hire

    Stuart Roberts

    LTS; Social Studies Teacher TCHJHSHIST08/TCHSHSHIST01

    JH/SH

    Retroactive to 8/22/19

    Salary Step 17, $42,710 per contract

    Approve Hire

    Steven Kirsch

    LTS; Dean of Students

    JH

    Effective 11/7/19

    Pro-rated Stipend per-diem of $16.04

    Approve Hire

    Lauren Basenback

    LTS; English

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/3/2019

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    Approve Hire

    Carol Scarbro

    Homebound for student A.R.

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/22/19

    $26 per hour; up to 5 hours

    Approve Hire

    Jaime Ziegler

    Homebound for student E. K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/22/19

    $26 per hour; up to 5 hours

    Approve Hire

    Lacy Frazier

    Homebound for student A. Z.

    FKS

    Retroactive to 9/6/19

    $26 per hour; up to 5 hours

    Approve Hire

    Marcie Swisher

    Special Education Paraprofessional - ADPJHSPARA03

    FKS

    Retroactive to 8/22/19

    AFSCME Secretary/Para Contract Class 3A, $16.22 minus $1.50 for new hires

    Approve Hire

    Kathleen Moyer

    Special Education Paraprofessioal Substitute

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/19

    $9.25/Hr. Substitute Rate

    Approve New Position

    Create Position

    Food Service 5.75 Hours

    JH

    Effective upon completion of bid process

    As per AFSCME Cafeteria Rate Schedule

    Approve New Position

    Create Position

    Food Service 5.75 Hours

    JH

    Effective upon completion of bid process

    As per AFSCME Cafeteria Rate Schedule

    Approve New Position

    Create Position

    Food Service 5.75 Hours

    JH

    Effective upon completion of bid process

    As per AFSCME Cafeteria Rate Schedule

    Approve New Position

    Create Position

    Food Service 3.75 Hours

    JH

    Effective upon completion of bid process

    As per AFSCME Cafeteria Rate Schedule

    Approve Abolish Position

    Abolish Position

    Food Service 3.5 Hours

    JH

    Effective upon completion of bid process

     

    Approve Abolish Position

    Abolish Position

    Food Service 2 Hours

    JH

    Effective upon completion of bid process

     

    Approve Abolish Position

    Abolish Position

    Food Service 5 Hours

    JH

    Effective upon completion of bid process

     

    Approve Abolish Position

    Abolish Position

    Food Service 3.5 Hours

    JH

    Effective upon completion of bid process

     

    Approve Abolish Position

    Abolish Position

    Food Service 3.5 Hours

    JH

    Effective upon completion of bid process

     

    Approve Abolish Position

    Abolish Position

    Food Service 3.5 Hours

    JH

    Effective upon completion of bid process

     

    Approve

    Deanna Jubeck

    C&I - SH Data Team

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    Approve

    Holly Mercer

    C&I - SH SWPBS

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    Approve

    Angela Letizia

    C&I - Flexible Instructional Day Work

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    up to 2 hours @ $26/hr

    Approve

    John Wessner

    C&I - Flexible Instructional Day Work

    FOT

    Effective 19/20 SY

    up to 2 hours @ $26/hr

    Approve

    Paul Longwell

    C&I - Flexible Instructional Day Work

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    up to 2 hours @ $26/hr

    Approve

    Jordan Griffith

    C&I - Flexible Instructional Day Work

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    up to 2 hours @ $26/hr

    Approve

    Robert Valeria

    C&I - Flexible Instructional Day Work

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    up to 2 hours @ $26/hr

    Approve

    Melissa Jack

    C&I - Flexible Instructional Day Work

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    up to 2 hours @ $26/hr

    Remove

    Scott Sheehan

    C&I - SH Data Team

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Remove From Project/Replaced by Deanna Jubeck

    Remove

    Nicole Beauchamp

    C&I - SH SWPBS

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Remove From Project/Replaced by Holly Mercer

    Approve New Position

    Create Position

    Aevidum

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $500 Schedule C

    Approve New Position

    Create Position

    Magazine Coordinator

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $500 Schedule C

    Approve Hire

    Laura Frederick

    Aevidum

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $273.18 per Schedule C

    Approve Hire

    Madison Hileman

    Aevidum

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $273.18 per Schedule C

    Approve Hire

    Dawn Eckenrode

    Student Council Adviser

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $2,122.51 per Schedule C

    Approve Hire

    Kristie Holtz

    Student Council Adviser

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $2,122.51 per Schedule C

    Approve Hire

    Marcia Erickson

    Reading Competition

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $331.69 per Schedule C

    Approve Hire

    Sarah Garman

    SADD Adviser

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $1,326.76 per Schedule C

    Approve Hire

    Mike Harris

    TV Production Coordinator

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $1,188.77 per Schedule C

    Approve Hire

    Brock Porter

    Winter Weight Coach

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $2,300 per schedule D

    Approve Hire

    Sheila Stone

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/19

    $90.00 per day

    Approve Hire

    Jordyn Platt

    IU08 Referal Substitute

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

    $90.00 per day

    Approve Hire

    Joseph Detwiler

    IU08 Referal Substitute

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

    $90.00 per day

    Approve Hire

    Kathleen Harpster

    IU08 Referal Substitute

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/19

    $90.00 per day

    Approve Extra Pay

    Carlee Kennedy

    1/2 day Health & PE Teacher

    CWL

    Pay for additional 1/2 day on in-service days; 8/22/19, 8/23/19, 9/20/19, 10/4/19, 10/25/19, 11/26/19, 12/20/19, 3/19/20, 4/9/20, 5/22/19, 6/4/20

     

    Resign

    Harleyann Gable

    Office Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 8/30/19

     

    Resign

    Sandra Cassidy

    3.5 Food Service, 2 Hour Food Service

    JH

    Effective 8/22/19

     

    Resign

    Gretchen Hutchison

    Health Room Assistant - HRACWLHLTH01

    CWL

    Effective 9/20/19

     

    Retirement

    Judy Pierannunzio

    Special Education Paraprofessional - ADFJHSPARA01

    JH

    Effective 12/7/2019

     

    Approve Extra Pay

    Rebecca Zeek

    Title I Community Involvement Activities

    Dist.

    6/6/19 - 8/15/19

    $26.00 per hour up to 12 hours

    Approve Extra Pay

    Christine Stevenson

    Title I Community Involvement Activities

    Dist.

    6/6/19 - 8/15/19

    $26.00 per hour up to 12.75 hours

    Approve Extra Pay

    Lisa Schultz

    Paraprofessional Support for Band Blast

    JH

    Effective 8/13/19 - 8/15/19

    19/20 hourly rate; 1 hour

    Approve Extra Pay

    Christie James

    Instruction Conducted in the Home

    SH

    Effective 8/26/19 - 6/4/20

    $26.00 per hour up to 5 hours per week

    Approve Extra Pay

    Arlene Clark

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 9/16/19

    Support student KM during Aevidum after school on Mondays 30 hours at 19-20 pay rate

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    School Resource Professional

    Dist

    Retroactive to 8/20/19

    2 Hours at hourly rate

    Approve

    Michael Eppolito

    School Resource Professional

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Increase total number of hours per school year by 21, at base rate

    Approve

    Kenneth Durbin

    School Resource Professional

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Increase total number of hours per school year by 21, at base rate

    Approve

    Michael McAndrew

    School Resource Professional

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Increase total number of hours per school year by 21, at base rate

    Approve

    Charles Chaney

    School Resource Professional

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Increase hours per day from 7 to 7.5

    Approve

    Michael McAndrew

    School Resource Professional

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Increase hours per day from 7 to 7.5 when working at the JH or SH

    Approve Hire

    Darrin Chesney

    Fall Game Worker

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    Approve Hire

    John Fedesco

    Fall Game Worker

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    Approve Hire

    Brad Maines

    Fall Game Worker

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    Approve Hire

    Pauline Wiley

    Fall Game Worker

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    Approve Hire

    David Chesney, Jr.

    Fall Game Worker

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    Approve Hire

    David DeCoskey

    Fall Game Worker

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    Approve Hire

    Victoria Good

    Fall Game Worker

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    Approve Hire

    Susan Nori

    Substitute Nurse

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

    $90.00 per day

    Approve Hire

    Susan Nori

    Substitute Paraprofessional

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

    $9.25 per hour

    Approve Hire

    Zachariah Stacey

    Substitute Custodian

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

    $9.25 per hour

    Approve

    Erin Isenberg

    Spanish Club Volunteer

    SH

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Approve

    Raquelle Lemelle

    Spanish Club Volunteer

    SH

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Approve

    Ashley Dodson

    Volunteer

    FKS

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Approve

    Shelly Scavone

    Volunteer

    FKS

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Approve

    Crystal Stephens

    Volunteer

    FKS

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Approve

    Darlene Sinisi

    Volunteer

    FKS

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Approve

    Nicole Henderson

    Volunteer

    FOT

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Approve

    Stacy Price

    Volunteer

    FOT

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Approve

    Brenda McKee

    Volunteer

    CWL

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Approve

    Kaitlyn Nicholson

    Volunteer

    CWL

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Approve

    Brandi Moyer

    Volunteer - Volleyball

    SH

    Effective 9/12/19

     

    Approve

    Sara Olechovski

    Volunteer - Volleyball

    SH

    Effective 9/12/19

     

    Approve

    Janey Schwind

    Volunteer - Cross Country

    SH

    Effective 9/12/19

     

    Approve

    Joshua Tryninewski

    Volunteer - Soccer

    JH

    Effective 9/12/19

     

    Approve Hire

    Nicole Gearhart

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist

    19/20 SY

    $90 per day, $100 per day after 60 cumulative days

    Approve Hire

    Cindy Shaw

    Food Service Substitute

    Dist

    19/20 SY

    $9.25 per hour

    Approve Hire

    Rebecca Herron

    Food Service Substitute

    Dist

    19/20 SY

    $9.25 per hour

    Delete

    Alyssa Wertman

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist

    Effective 8/2/2019

     

    Delete

    Justin Beigle

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/19

     

    Delete

    Kaitlyn Wyland

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/19

     

    Approve Hire

    Edward Weiss

    Fullington Bus Driver

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    N/A

    Approve Hire

    Ronald Nadolsky

    Fullington Bus Driver

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    N/A

    Approve Hire

    Tracy Little

    Fullington Bus Driver

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

    N/A

    Resign

    Ray Baker

    Fullington Bus Driver

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

     

    Resign

    James Trexler

    Fullington Bus Driver

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

     

    Resignation

    Kyle Brown

    Assistant Boys Track Coach (Shot and Discus)

    Dist

    Effective 19/20 SY

     

    Delete

    Marlene Eichenlaub

    Volunteer

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Delete

    Diane Wilkes

    Volunteer

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Delete

    Jennifer Clapper

    Volunteer

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Delete

    Rhonda Shawley

    Volunteer

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Delete

    Jennifer Wagner

    Volunteer

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Delete

    Cynthia Smith

    Volunteer

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Delete

    Michael Hiott

    Volunteer

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Delete

    Cecelia St. Clair

    Substitute Secretary

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/2019

     

    Information Only

    Jordan Griffith

    Social Studies Teacher - TCHJHSHIST08/TCHSHSHIST01 JH/SH to Social Studies Teacher - TCHSHSHIST04

    SH

    Effective 8/22/19

     

    Information Only

    Dennis Estep

    FOT 2nd Shift Custodian - CUFFOTCUST03 to SH 3rd Shift Custodian - CUFSHSCUST08

    SH

    Effective 9/12/19

    Move from FOT to SH

    Information Only

    Darryl Pike

    SH 3rd Shift Custodian - CUFSHSCUST04 to FOT 2nd Shift Custodian - CUFFOTCUST03

    FOT

    Effective upon release from current position

    Move from SH to FOT

    Information Only

    Jonathan Nihart

    Physical Plant Director

    Dist

    Effective 9/12/19

    Change effective date

    Information Only

    Sharon Kratzer

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    SH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from FKS to SH  (incorrectly listed as Sharon Harker on 8/14/19)

    Information Only

    Rita Rightnour

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Not moving to SH - staying at JH

    Information Only

    Arlene Clark

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Not moving to FKS - staying at JH

    Information Only

    Marcie Swisher

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    FKS

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from JH to FKS

     

    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Resolution Supporting the Enactment of Legislation Codifying Flexible Instructional Days Into Law

     

    THE HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS RESOLUTION SUPPORTING THE ENACTMENT OF LEGISLATION CODIFYING FLEXIBLE INSTRUCTIONAL DAYS INTO LAW 

    WHEREAS, with the passage of Act 64 of 2019, section 1506 was added to the Public School Code enabling public education entities the opportunity to develop a Flexible Instructional Day (FID) program to meet the 180-day instructional day requirement of section 1501;

    WHEREAS, FIDS employ non-traditional strategies to provide a continuity of instruction on regularly-scheduled school days during which circumstances necessitate an alternate approach;

    WHEREAS, the Hollidaysburg Area School District Board of Directors fully supports the enactment of the aforementioned legislation to permit school districts to use up to five (5) FID days per calendar year due to adverse weather conditions;

    WHEREAS, FIDs can support the public school entities in cases when circumstances (e.g., a disease epidemic, a hazardous weather condition, a law enforcement emergency, the inoperability of school buses or other equipment necessary to the public school entity’s operation, damage to a school building, or a temporary circumstance rendering any portion of a school building unfit or unsafe for use) prevent the delivery of instruction in its customary manner or location;

    WHEREAS, on the day prior to the FID, students will leave school with a clear understanding of and access to the work that will need to be completed at home the following day. All assigned work will be a continuation of the educational program


    WHEREAS, students in grades K-6 will be provided work to be completed including all materials necessary to complete the assigned work. Teachers of students in grades 7-12 who have access to Chromebooks will ensure that all assignments are posted in the Google Classroom for their perspective classes;

    WHEREAS, students with no Internet access at home will be provided with a paper copy of all material or local electronic copy on their Chromebooks prior to the end of the school day.

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Hollidaysburg Area School District Board of Directors that:

    The District approves the use of Flexible Instructional Days when severe weather conditions, as determined by the Superintendent or his/her designee, make it unsafe to conduct a normal school day. The Board of Directors empowers the Superintendent or his/her designee to develop procedures to ensure continuity to the educational program and effective implementation of the Flexible Instructional Day.

    1. First Reading of Policy

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policy is presented for approval on a first reading:

    • Policy 815.2 Educational Use of Student-Owned Technology Devices 
    1. Policy Update
    • Policy 304-R
      Hiring Procedures for District Employees
    1. Superintendent's Objective Performance Standards

    Per Board Policy 312 Evaluation of Superintendent, the Superintendent's Objective Performance Standards are presented for approval.

    1. Assistant Superintendent's Objective Performance Standards

    Per Board Policy 312 Evaluation of Assistant Superintendent, the Assistant Superintendent's Objective Performance Standards are presented for approval.

     

    1. Election of 2020 PSBA Officers & At-large Representatives

    Board Members will be asked to come to a consensus to vote for the 2020 PSBA Officers, At-large Representatives, Insurance Trust Trustees, and School Board Secretaries Forum.

    Admin Content

    Voting procedure

    Each member entity will have one vote for each officer. This will require boards of the various school entities to come to a consensus on each candidate and cast their vote electronically during the open voting period (Aug. 23 – Oct. 11, 2019).  Voting will be accomplished through a secure third-party, web-based voting site that will require a password login. One person from each member entity will be authorized as the official person to register the vote on behalf of his or her entity. In the case of school districts, intermediate units, career and technical centers, it will be the board secretary who will cast votes. In the case of community colleges, the president is designated as the authorized registrar. A

    full packet of instructions and a printed slate will be sent to authorized vote registrars the week of August 9.

     

    Special note: Boards should be sure to add discussion and voting on candidates to their agenda during one of their meetings in August, September or October before the open voting period ends.

    Slate of Candidates

    President-Elect

    Vice President

    Central At Large

    * The Leadership Development Committee may, by majority vote, determine that one or more candidates for any elected position will be designated on the ballot as a candidate the Leadership Development Committee considers to be highly qualified. (PSBA Bylaws, Section 5 C – Nominations)

    PSBA Insurance Trust Trustees

    Member entities also are asked to vote for open trustee positions on the PSBA Insurance Trust board. There are currently two seats open and two candidates. A member school entity can vote for up to two individuals. PSBA Insurance Trust provides complimentary travel/accident insurance to all school directors from member school entities while on official school board business. As such, all member entities are considered participants in PSBA Insurance Trust programs and are eligible to vote.

    Trustee (term ends Dec. 31, 2022)
    Choose up to two candidates for a 3-year term.

    School Board Secretaries Forum

    All voting takes place online as part of the PSBA Officers Elections ballot; it is a two-part ballot.

    Forum Steering Committee (term ends Dec. 31, 2021)
    Choose up to three incumbents for a 2-year term

     

    1. New Business
    2. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

    Information

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     

     




    Wednesday, August 14, 2019

    Special Voting Meeting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm

     

    1. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    2. Pledge to Flag
    3. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker
    4. Recognitions

    Junior High Quiz Team:

    White Team:

    Muhammad-Saf Ahmer

    Nicolas Chism

    Spencer Cunningham

    Ben Johnson

    Jacob Ott

    Eric Pick

    Blair Sutton

    Dominick Watt

     

    Blue Team:

    Ava Dolphin

    Anna Haslam

    Parker Lutz

    Mark McCoy

    Paul Rose

    Erika Salisbury

    Jack Werstil

    1. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.  Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker

     

    1. Announcements

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at 6:00 pm for personnel.

    The Transportation Committee will meet Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 5:00pm in the Guidance Career Conference Room of the Senior High, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg PA.

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a combined Committee of the Whole/Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available in detail for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

    1. Contracts

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Cooperative Agreement with Saint Francis University effective the 2019-2020 school year to establish a cooperative academic program entitled College in High School Cost: $58/per credit *Paid by parent/student
       
    2. Addendum Letter with Merakey, Inc. (Altoona Site) effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020 Multiple rates as listed in contract. 
                                                                                                                                                                                        
    3. Addendum Letter with Merakey, Inc. (East Freedom Site) effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020 Multiple rates as listed in contract. 
       
    4. Behavioral Services Agreement with Blair Family Solutions LLC effective August 14, 2019 through August 14, 2020 for Senior High emotional and mental health services. Cost: $26.25/hr; 35.5 hrs per week up to 180 days
       
    5. Cooperative Agreement with UPMC Altoona Behavioral Health Services effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 for school-based programs including the Summer Therapeutic Activities Program and the Student Assistance Summer Program.  No Cost
       
    6. Agreement with Altoona Area School District for the Alternative Education for Disruptive Youth (AEDY) Program effective August 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 Cost:  $65/day for regular education students; $75/day for students with an IEP
       
    7. Service Agreement with Step by Step Learning, LLC effective August 26, 2019 through June 30, 2020 for Title I Math and Reading Service to Non-Public Schools  Cost: $13,213
       
    8. Service Agreement with Blair Family Solutions, LLC effective August 26, 2019 through August 25, 2020 to coordinate in the development, design, implementation and evaluation of requested contracted services  No Cost
       
    9. Letter of Agreement with Blair Family Solutions, LLC effective August 14, 2019 through June 30, 2020 to operate a Community and School Based Behavioral Health Program (CSBBHP), formally known as Children's Clinical Home for students in need of services at Charles W. Longer Elementary School.  No Cost
       
    10. Letter of Agreement for Title I Services with Ignite Education Solutions effective August 26, 2019 through June 30, 2020 for Title I math and reading service to non-public students.  Cost: $2,305
    11. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea
    12. 2019 Fall Sports Schedules 
    13. Personnel

     

    #

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Approve Hire

    Lydia Dobrowolsky

    Principal - MGPJHSPRIN01

    JH

    Upon release from current employer

    $88,000 19/20 SY

    2

    Approve Rates

    Game Worker Rates 19/20

    See attached listing

    Dist.

    19/20 SY

    $10, $12, or $15 depending on position

    3

    Approve Hire

    Matthew Beck

    Technology Assistant - TNPADMTECH03

    Dist.

    Upon release from current employer

    $19.08/Hour

    4

    Approve Hire

    John Albright

    LTS; English Language Arts

    JH

    8/22/19 to 9/30/19

    $133.69/day through 59 consecutive days; $208.61/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    5

    Approve Hire

    Kimberly Theys

    LTS; Secondary Math

    SH

    8/22/19 to end of first marking period

    $133.69/day through 59 consecutive days; $208.61/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    6

    Approve Hire

    Nicole Briscoe

    LTS; Guidance Counselor

    SH

    8/22/19 to 11/18/19

    $133.69/day through 59 consecutive days; $208.61/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    7

    Approve Hire

    Victoria Good

    LTS; Special Education

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Teacher salary step 17, per contract

    8

    Approve

    Erin Hilling

    ESY Program Teacher

    JH

    Effective 7/1/19 - 7/31/19

    $26.00 per hour; 15.25 hours

    9

    Approve

    Nicole Stephan

    ESY Program Teacher

    JH

    Effective 7/1/19 - 7/31/19

    $26.00 per hour; 13.5 hours

    10

    Approve New Position

    Create New Position

    Planetarium Evening Show Director

    SH

    19/20 SY

    $1,500 Stipend 19/20 SY

    11

    Approve Hire

    Rick Imler

    Planetarium Evening Show Director

    SH

    19/20 SY

    $1,500 Stipend 19/20 SY

    12

    Approve Hire

    Jill Rhoa

    Cheerleading Advisor, 7th Grade

    JH

    19/20 SY

    $1,383.15 Stipend for 19/20 SY

    13

    Approve Hire

    Dean Grenfell

    Head Girls Volleyball Coach

    SH

    19/20 SY

    $4,411.80 per schedule D

    14

    Approve Hire

    Ted Bloom

    Assistant Girls Volleyball Coach (Split Position)

    SH

    19/20 SY

    $1,462.59 per schedule D

    15

    Approve Hire

    Branden Stitt

    Assistant Girls Volleyball Coach (Split Position)

    SH

    19/20 SY

    $1,462.59 per schedule D

    16

    Approve

    Arlene Clark

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 7/1/19 - 7/31/19

    19/20 hourly rate; 7 hours

    17

    Approve

    Valerie Miles

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 7/1/19 - 7/31/19

    19/20 hourly rate; 7 hours

    18

    Approve

    Lisa Schultz

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    CWL

    Effective 7/1/19 - 7/31/19

    19/20 hourly rate; 10.5 hours

    19

    Approve

    Betsy Stiffler

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 7/1/19 - 7/31/19

    19/20 hourly rate; 7 hours

    20

    Approve

    Debra Suder

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 7/1/19 - 7/31/19

    19/20 hourly rate; 7 hours

    21

    Approve

    Lisa Schultz

    Paraprofessional Support for Band Blast

    JH

    Effective 8/13/19 - 8/15/19

    19/20 hourly rate; 6 hours

    22

    Resign

    Melissa Gisewhite

    5.0 Hour Food Service Worker

    JH

    Effective 8/14/19

     

    23

    Approve

    Adam Walstrom

    Volunteer

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

     

    24

    Approve

    Zach Simpson

    Volunteer

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

     

    25

    Delete

    Karissa Budny

    Substitute

    Dist.

    Effective 8/14/19

     

    26

    Information Only

    Arlene Clark

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    FKS

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from JH to FKS

    27

    Information Only

    Valerie Miles

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    SH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from JH to SH

    28

    Information Only

    Betsy Stiffler

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    SH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from JH to SH

    29

    Information Only

    Jessica Brubaker

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    SH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from JH to SH

    30

    Information Only

    April Taneyhill

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    SH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from JH to SH

    31

    Information Only

    Sharon Harker

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    SH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from FKS to SH

    32

    Information Only

    Rhonda Lambourn

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    SH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from JH to SH

    33

    Information Only

    Rita Rightnour

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    SH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from JH to SH

    34

    Information Only

    Christine O'Connor

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from SH to JH

    35

    Information Only

    Rebecca Yarnell

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from CWL to JH

    36

    Information Only

    Kimberly Williams

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from CWL to JH

    37

    Information Only

    Charity Cosner

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    Effective 19/20 School Year

    Move from CWL to JH

    38

    Information Only

    Richard Berkheimer

    3rd Shift Custodian - CUFSHSCUST08 to 2nd Shift Custodian - CUFJHSCUST03

    JH

    Effective 8/27/19

    Move from SH to JH

     

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is being asked to approve the Personnel actions.

    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Second Reading of Policies

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policies are presented for approval on a second reading:
     

    JULY 2019 POLICIES

     

      POLICY #

    POLICY NAME

    POLICY STATUS

      Policy 008

      Organization Chart

      REVISED

      Policy 150

      Title I - Comparability of Services

      REVISED

      Policy 220

      Student Expression - Distribution and Posting of

      Materials

      REVISED

      Policy 220-

      Attach.

      Student Expression - Distribution and Posting of

      Materials

      NEW

      Policy 230.1

      Student Expenses for Conference Competitions

      REVISED

      Policy 335

      Family Medical Leaves

      REVISED

      Policy 617

      Petty Cash Funds

      REVISED

      Policy 815.1

      Social Media

      REVISED

      Policy 906

      Public Complaints 

      REVISED

      Policy 906-

      Attach.

      AEDY State Complaint Form

      NEW

      Policy 906-

      Attach.

      AEDY Local complaint Form

      NEW

      Policy 907

      School Visitors

      REVISED

      Policy 913

      Non-school Groups, Organizations, Individuals

      REVISED

     

    1. New Business

     

    1. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer

    Information

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     




    Wednesday, August 7, 2019

    Committee of the Whole/Voting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm
    2. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer 
    3. Pledge to Flag 
    4. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker 
    5. Public Comment

    Procedural

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.  Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker
    2. Announcements:

    The board met in executive session at 6:00 pm Wednesday, August 7, 2019 for personnel.

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a Special Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, August 14, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available in detail for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://go.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf/Private?open&login# .  

    Interested parties should enter the public site.

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for July, 2019

     

    1. Treasurer's Reports

    July 31, 2019 Treasurer's Reports

    GENERAL FUND

    $  4,882,117.41  Receipts

    $  4,338,567.33  Total Disbursements 

    $  6,932,367.12  Ledger Balance

     

    TRUST FUND

    $      121.70 Total Receipts

    $          0.00 Total Disbursements

    $ 56,255.25 Ledger Balance

     

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $107,183.67 Total Receipts

    $117,140.29 Total Disbursements

    $502,836.09 Ledger Balance

     

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $  2,828.11 Total Receipts

    $  1,121.01 Total Disbursements

    $54,899.96 Ledger Balance

     

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $       2,191.40 Total Receipts

    $     13,643.76 Total Disbursements

    $1,001,268.52 Ledger Balance

     

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $51,026.41 Total Receipts

    $51,015.98 Total Disbursements

    $     680.50  Ledger Balance

     

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,777,188.34 Total Receipts

    $1,821,229.43 Total Disbursements

    $     28,709.01  Ledger Balance

     

    SH STUDENT STORE

    $   110.97 Total Receipts

    $       0.00 Total Disbursements

    $5,128.87 Ledger Balance

     

    1. List of Payments

    JULY 31, 2019 LIST OF PAYMENTS

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $   524,489.01 Fiscal Year 2018-19 (Check numbers 158710-158878)

    $2,085,711.56 Fiscal Year 2019-20 (Check numbers 158755-158880)

    $2,610,200.57  Total Payments

     

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $42,944.21 Total Payments (Check numbers 22982-23001)

     

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $  1,121.01 Total Payments (Check numbers 22892-22893)

     

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $13,643.76 Total Payments (Check numbers 3425-3428)

     

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     852.00  Fiscal Year 2018-19 (Check numbers 261104-261104)

     

    $     54,972.87 Fiscal Year 2019-20 (Check numbers 261098-261119)

    $1,765,410.15   ACH Disbursements

    $1,821,235.02  Total Payments 

     

    SH SCHOOL STORE

    $ -0-   Total Payments (Check number) 

     

    TRUST FUND

    $ -0-   Total Payments (Check number)

      

    1. Investment Portfolio

     

    2019-2020 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

     

    $6,662,347 Total Invested with 27 Financial Institutions

    $   203,706 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

      

    1. Food Service for June, 2019

     

    2018-2019 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING JUNE 2019

     

    $    7,457.73   June Net Profit

    $  63,367.91   Year-to-Date Net Profit

     

    $829,108.75   Assets

    $829,108.75   Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

     

    1. Senior High Student Store for June, 2019

    2018-2019 SENIOR HIGH STUDENT STORE PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING JUNE 2019

     

    $     10.45     June Net Profit

    $5,746.17      Year-to-Date Net Profit

     

    $5,792.90      Assets

    $5,792.90      Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

    1. Business Office

     

    1. Minutes

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following minutes are presented for approval:

     

    April 17, 2019 Committee of the Whole/Voting

    May 8, 2019 Special Voting Meeting

    May 8, 2019 Committee of the Whole

    May 15, 2019 Committee of the Whole/Voting

     

    1. Contracts

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Contracts to Purchase Meals for 2019-2020
      Child Advocates of Blair County (Head Start Program) for Frankstown Elementary School and Appalachia IU8, Foot of Ten Road:  Revenue:  $36,788.65 
    2. University Orthopedics Physician Supervising Agreement effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020.  Supervising Physicians:  William A. Tyndall, MD, PhD and Josua A. Muetzel, MD. No Cost 
    3. Affiliation Agreement with Mount Aloysius College on behalf of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences to provide practical, educational experiences and learning opportunities for students effective July 1, 2019 through July 1, 2020  No Cost  
    4. Central Westmoreland Council of Government (COG) membership effective September 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020 for a cooperative vehicle purchasing agreement renewal.  Cost: $220 
    5. Memorandum of Understanding with Nulton Diagnostic & Treatment Center effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020 for alternate educational placement with mental health therapy Cost: $55/day per student 
    6. Letter of Agreement with Goodwill of the Southern Alleghenies effective September 1, 2019 through September 1, 2020 to provide various vocational/work/job evaluations, assessments, experience, finding and readiness services  Cost:  Varies per hour and per service 
    7. Letter of Amendment with Leaders Services, Inc. for Special Education and Gifted IEP software and Special Education Child Count Software effective September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2020 Cost: IEPWriter: $6,834; Children Count: $2,108
    8. Professional Services Agreement with Kids First Affiliated Services, Inc. effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020 for Physical, Occupation and Speech Therapy   Cost: $60/hr.
    9. Training Program Contract with the Anti-Defamation League of B'Nai B'rith ("ADL") effective July 2, 2019 through July 2, 2020 to conduct the A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute Training Program  Cost: $2,000

     

    1. Federal Program Budget Adjustments

    2018-2019 Budget:

    2018-2019 School Safety and Security Grant (Carryover to 2019-2020): ($25,000)

     

    2019-2020 Budget:

    2018-2019 School Safety and Security Grant (Carryover from 2018-2019): $25,000

    2018-2019 School Safety and Security Grant: $125,800

     

    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

    Information

    Presenters:

     

    Dr. Francine Endler

    Mr. John Wessner

    Mrs. Kimberly Bridenbaugh

     

    1. New Course Proposal

    Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) CS Academy is a novel, world class, online, interactive high school Computer Science curriculum that is entirely free to Hollidaysburg Area School District. CMU CS Academy bridges the gap by creating an engaging curriculum through an in-browser python programming course while balancing a self-paced differentiated computer Science class. This will be piloted this year at the High School. 

     

    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is being asked to approve the Personnel actions.

     

    NO

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Approve Hire

    Jonathan Nihart

    Building Supervisor - MNPADMBUIL01 to Director of Physical Plant - ADNADMPYPL01

    Dist.

    Effective October 9, 2019

    Pro-rated $68,000 for 19/20 SY

    2

    Resignation

    Julia McGeary

    1st Grade Teacher - TCHFOT01GR03

    FOT

    Effective August 16, 2019

     

    3

    Approve Hire

    Alexis Huber

    Full Year LTS; 1st Grade Teacher

    FOT

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Teacher salary step 17, per contract

    4

    Approve Hire

    Chandra Jandora

    LTS; F/T Day to Day Elementary Substitute

    Dist.

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year

    5

    Approve Hire

    Chandra Jandora

    LTS; Grade 6

    FOT

    Effective 8/22/19 until approximately 10/31/19

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    6

    Approve Hire

    Craig Snyder

    3rd Shift Custodian - CUFJHSCUST05

    JH

    Effective 9/9/19

    $19.08 per hour minus $1.50 for new hire

    7

    Approve Hire

    Tracey Montgomery

    Special Education Paraprofessional - ADPSHSPARA07

    SH

    Start 19/20 SY

    AFSCME Secretary/Para Contract Class 3A, $16.22 minus $1.50 for new hires

    8

    Approve Hire

    Michelle Socie

    Special Education Paraprofessional - ADPCWLPARA03

    CWL

    Start 19/20 SY

    AFSCME Secretary/Para Contract Class 3A, $16.22 minus $1.50 for new hires

    9

    Approve Hire

    Elizabeth Tate

    Special Education Paraprofessional - ADPFKSPARA16

    FKS

    Start 19/20 SY

    AFSCME Secretary/Para Contract Class 3A, $16.22 minus $1.50 for new hires

    10

    Approve Hire

    Jamie Brubaker

    Special Education Paraprofessional - ADPFKSPARA07

    FKS

    Start 19/20 SY

    AFSCME Secretary/Para Contract Class 3A, $16.22 minus $1.50 for new hires

    11

    Approve Hire

    Tammy Shoaf

    Special Education Paraprofessional - ADPFOTPARA06

    FOT

    Start 19/20 SY

    AFSCME Secretary/Para Contract Class 3A, $16.22 minus $1.50 for new hires

    12

    Approve Hire

    Kenneth Smith

    Custodian, Courier, Warehouse - CUFCWLCUST02 & MAFJHSCUST03 to Lead Custodian - CUFCWLCUST04

    CWL

    Effective 8/27/19

    Per ASFCME FT Custodian Salary Schedule $19.08 per hour, plus $1,300 Responsibility Factor and $100 Shift Differential

    13

    Approve Hire

    David Zacker

    IU08 Referral Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $90 per day, $100 per day after 60 cumulative days

    14

    Approve Hire

    Courtney Nagle

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $90 per day, $100 per day after 60 cumulative days

    15

    Approve Hire

    Lori Patterson

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $90 per day, $100 per day after 60 cumulative days

    16

    Approve Hire

    Lester Campbell

    Custodian Sub

    Dist.

    Effective August 8, 2019

    $9.25 per hour

    17

    Delete

    Heather Nackley

    Substitute Special Ed Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/19

     

    18

    Resignation

    Jamie McGreal

    Head Volleyball Coach

    Dist.

    Effective 8/2/19

     

    19

    Approve

    Emily O'Donnell

    Volunteer - Athletics

    Dist.

    Effective 19/20 SY

     

    20

    Approve

    Nicole Lagan

    Volunteer

    JH

    Effective 8-7-19

     

    21

    Approve

    Grace McKernan

    Volunteer

    SH

    Effective 8-7-19

     

    22

    Approve

    Katie Ellenberger

    Volunteer

    CWL

    Effective 8-7-19

     

    23

    Approve

    Kim Theys

    Volunteer

    FKS

    Effective 8-7-19

     

    24

    Approve

    Michaela Gresko

    Volunteer

    JH

    Effective 8-7-19

     

    25

    Approve

    Dave Soellner

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    26

    Approve

    Lenora McGovern

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    27

    Approve

    Sue Nori

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    28

    Approve

    Ron Nori

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    29

    Approve

    Elaine Adams

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    30

    Approve

    Dean Adams

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    31

    Approve

    Renee DeCoskey

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    32

    Approve

    Carla Firment

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    33

    Approve

    Deb Faith

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    34

    Approve

    Judy Fabian

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    35

    Approve

    Krista Soellner

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    36

    Approve

    William Scott

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    37

    Approve

    Mike Harris

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    38

    Approve

    Scott Finochio

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    39

    Approve

    Lee Baird

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    40

    Approve

    William Fitzgerald

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    41

    Approve

    Randy Dodson

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    42

    Approve

    Joy Finochio

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    43

    Approve

    Alan Gallagher

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    44

    Approve

    Paul Detwiler, Sr.

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    45

    Approve

    Paul Detwiler, Jr.

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    46

    Approve

    Bill Rhodes

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    47

    Approve

    Scott Shultz

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    48

    Approve

    Michael Swartz

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    49

    Approve

    Jon Szynal

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    50

    Approve

    Joe Krupka

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    51

    Approve

    Dawn Eckenrode

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    52

    Approve

    Dean Grenfell

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    53

    Approve

    Dave Schmelzlen

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    54

    Approve

    Mary Reffner

    Fall Game Worker - Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

    Per 19/20 Fall Game Worker Rates

    55

    Delete

    Duanne Thomas

    Substitute Custodian

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

     

    56

    Delete

    Jeffrey Long

    Substitute Custodian

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

     

    57

    Delete

    Stanley Smith

    Substitute Custodian

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

     

    58

    Delete

    Stephen Borlie

    Substitute Custodian

    Dist.

    Effective 8/8/2019

     

    59

    Information Only

    Britteny Hassen

    Transfer from Special Ed CWL to 6th Grade CWL

    CWL

    Effective 19/20 SY

     

    60

    Information Only

    James Albright

    Transfer from JH Custodian - CUFJHSCUST01 to Custodian, Courier, Warehouse - CUFCWLCUST02 & MAFJHSCUST03

    CWL

    Effective pending release from current position

    Per ASFCME FT Custodian Salary Schedule, $19.08

    61

    Information Only

    James Babyak

    Transfer from Custodian - CUFJHSCUST03 to Custodian - CUFJHSCUST01

    JH

    Effective pending release from current position

    Per ASFCME FT Custodian Salary Schedule, $18.08 plus $120 Shift Differential

     

    1. First Reading of Policies

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policies are presented for approval on a first reading:
     

    JULY 2019 POLICIES

      POLICY #

    POLICY NAME

    POLICY STATUS

      Policy 008

      Organization Chart

      REVISED

      Policy 150

      Title I - Comparability of Services

      REVISED

      Policy 220

      Student Expression - Distribution and  

      Posting of Materials

      REVISED

      Policy 220-

      Attach.

      Student Expression - Distribution and   

     Posting of  Materials

      NEW

      Policy 230.1

      Student Expenses for Conference  

     Competitions

      REVISED

      Policy 335

      Family Medical Leaves

      REVISED

      Policy 617

      Petty Cash Funds

      REVISED

      Policy 815.1

      Social Media

      REVISED

      Policy 906

      Public Complaints 

      REVISED

      Policy 906-

      Attach.

      AEDY State Complaint Form

      NEW

      Policy 906-

      Attach.

      AEDY Local complaint Form

      NEW

      Policy 907

      School Visitors

      REVISED

      Policy 913

      Non-school Groups, Organizations, Individuals

      REVISED

     

    1. Policy Update: Policy 216-AR Student Records Plan

     

    1. President's Report - New Business
    2. New Business

    Discussion

    1. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.




     Wednesday, July 17, 2019

    Committee of the Whole / Voting Meeting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY 
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm
    2. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    3. Pledge to Flag 
    4. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker 
    5. Public Comment

     Procedural

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting. 

    1. Committee Report: Athletic Committee

    Information

    Ms. Frye, Athletic Committee Chair, will present a report of the June 12, 2019 Athletic Committee meeting. 

    Announcements

    The board met in executive session at 6:00 pm Wednesday, July 17, 2019 for personnel.

    The Physical Plant Committee will meet Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 5:00pm in the Guidance Career Conference Room of the Senior High, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg PA.

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a combined Committee of the Whole and Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://go.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf/Private?open&login# .  Interested parties should enter the public site.

    1. Treasurer's Reports

    GENERAL FUND

    $  1,618,639.72  Receipts

    $  4,902,687.18  Total Disbursements 

    $  6,388,817.04  Ledger Balance

    TRUST FUND

    $      109.70 Total Receipts

    $          0.00 Total Disbursements

    $ 56,133.55 Ledger Balance

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $    8,015.55 Total Receipts

    $146,648.59 Total Disbursements

    $512,792.71 Ledger Balance

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $  5,445.09 Total Receipts

    $24,930.99 Total Disbursements

    $53,192.86 Ledger Balance

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $   141,744.51 Total Receipts

    $              0.00 Total Disbursements

    $1,012,720.88 Ledger Balance

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $32,861.38 Total Receipts

    $32,859.73 Total Disbursements

    $     670.07  Ledger Balance

     

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,871,485.57 Total Receipts

    $1,857,254.11 Total Disbursements

    $     72,750.10  Ledger Balance

    SH STUDENT STORE

    $     10.45 Total Receipts

    $1,028.96 Total Disbursements

    $5,017.90 Ledger Balance

     

    1. List of Payments

    LIST OF PAYMENTS

    JUNE 30, 2019

    GENERAL FUND

    $3,089,410.91 Total Payments (Check numbers 158529-158709)

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $64,040.58 Total Payments (Check numbers 22971-22981)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $24,915.99 Total Payments (Check numbers 22878-22891)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $  -0- Total Payments (Check numbers)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     78,614.89 (Check numbers 261072-261096)

    $1,778,639.22  ACH Disbursements

    $1,857,254.11  Total Payments 

    SH SCHOOL STORE

    $1,028.96 Total Payments (Check number 1004) 

    TRUST FUND

    $ -0-   Total Payments (Check number)

     

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2018-2019 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

    $7,384,957 Total Invested with 30 Financial Institutions

    $   202,625 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

     

    1. Food Service for May, 2019

    2018-2019 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING MAY 2019

    $16,020.95   May Net Profit

    $55,910.18   Year-to-Date Net Profit

    $902,437.55 Assets

    $902,437.55 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

     

    1. Senior High Student Store for May, 2019

    2018-2019 SENIOR HIGH STUDENT STORE PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING MAY 2019

    $2,104.18      May Net Profit

    $5,735.72      Year-to-Date Net Profit

    $6,811.41      Assets

    $6,811.41      Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

     

    1. Contracts

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Agreement with Adelphoi Education, Inc. for the 2019-2020 school year for:
      Non-Resident Placed Students:  Residential Alternative Education and YES (Your Educational Success, credit recovery)
      Regular Ed $57.82/day per student
      Spec Ed $140.43/day per student

     

    1. Agreement with Adelphoi Education, Inc. for the 2019-2020 school year for: 
      District Resident Students:  Day Treatment, Emotional Support and YES (Your Educational Success, credit recovery)
      Regular Ed/Special Ed: $100.79 per day
       
    2. Contract with Gaggle.net, Inc. for Gaggle safety management for Google-Student email, drive and hangouts effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020  $12,276.00 
       
    3. Referral, Communication and Transfer Agreement with Impact Counseling Services, LLC. effective July 17, 2019 through July 17, 2020 school year for drug and alcohol services.  No Cost 
       
    4. Referral, Communication and Transfer Agreement with Impact Counseling Services, LLC. effective July 17, 2019 through July 17, 2020 school year for mental health services.  No Cost 
       
    5. Letter of Agreement with Impact Counseling Services, LLC to provide a designated outpatient therapist to screen, assess and provide ongoing outpatient drug and alcohol therapy to students who have been referred for drug and alcohol SAP services effective August 1, 2019 through September 1, 2020.  No cost   
       
    6. Agreement with Claysburg Kimmel School District to provide transportation to PennMont School effective August 26, 2019 through the last day of the 2019-2020 school year (Pending Board Approval by Claysburg-Kimmel School District on August 14, 2019)  Revenue: $439.20  
       
    7. Agreement with Spring Cove School District to provide transportation to Bishop Guilfoyle High School effective August 26, 2019 through the last day of the HASD 2019-2020 school year. Revenue: $212.28 per pupil per year
       
    8. Contract of Service with Pennsylvania Educators' Clearinghouse, PA-Educator.net effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. Professional recruitment services for teachers. Cost: $3,000 
       
    9. Parent Agreement with Maureen Smith to assume student transportation responsibility and liability effective the 2019-2020 school year  Cost:  Current IRS mileage rate reimbursement   
       
    10. Parent Agreement with Charles and Ashley Ody to assume student transportation responsibility and liability effective the 2019-2020 school year Cost:  Current IRS mileage rate reimbursement 
    11. Digital Amendment to the Infinite Campus End User License Agreement effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.  This is an update to the existing agreement to renew the Campus Learning Module.  Cost:  $3,423 
       
    12. Agreement with Blair County Drug and Alcohol Program, Inc. (BDAP) effective July 17, 2019 through July 16, 2020 for drug and alcohol prevention and Student Assistance Liaison Services.  No Cost   
       
    13. Agreement with Appalachia Intermediate Unit 08 for classroom rentals at Charles W. Longer, Junior High and Senior High effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020.Revenue: $750  
       
    14. Membership Fee Agreement with Appalachia IU08 STEM Lending Center effective July 17, 2019 through July 17, 2020 to provide access for teachers to use equipment in the IU08 STEM Lending Center  Cost: $250
       
    15. Memorandum of Understanding with Blair County Head Start to provide comprehensive pre-school and child development services effective July 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020 
      No Cost  
       
    16. Agreement with Freedom Excursions by Scully, LLC to provide group charter transportation on a per trip basis, effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.  Cost: Quoted in a per trip basis 
       
    17. Agreement with Saint Francis University Department of Nursing effective July 17, 2019 through Jun 17, 2022 to provide for the utilization of clinical facilities in the agency for nursing students  No Cost 
       
    18. Agreement with Mount Aloysius College effective July 1, 2019 through July 1, 2024 for students to participate in classroom observations and participation, Pre-Student Teaching and Student Teaching No Cost 
       
    19. Concurrent Enrollment Agreement with the University of Pittsburgh effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020  Tuition varies upon class - paid by parent
       
    20. IU13 Participation Agreement with Microsoft/Volume Licensing for Enrollment for Education Solutions Amendment ID CTM effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2024.  Annual Fee:  $29,548.00    
    21. Agreement with the County of Blair on Behalf of Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities/Early Intervention, CCBHO and CPFHC (Blair Health Choices) effective July 17, 2019 through July 17, 2020 to improve the health status of members through a comprehensive, coordinated systems and supports  No Cost
       
    22. Contracts to Purchase Meals in 2019-2020:
      St. Patrick's School Revenue: $10,450.00
      Extended Family Academy Revenue: $10,587.50
       
    23. Agreement with Child Advocates of Blair County "Head Start" effective August 1, 2019 through July 21, 2020 for rental of (2) classrooms at Frankstown Elementary School for the 2019-2020 school year.  Revenue: $500 
       
    24. Contract with Edpuzzle for unlimited access for all Senior High teachers effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 Cost: 996.00
       
    25. Agreement with Blair Regional YMCA for classroom rental at Charles W. Longer and Foot of Ten Elementary Schools for before and after-school care effective August 23, 2019 through July 31, 2020.  Revenue: $25/month per classroom.  Partial months: $6.25/week 
       
    26. Letter of Agreement with Skills Adult Training Services (ATS) (2101 8th Avenue site) effective August 1, 2019 through August 1, 2020 to provide day programming services to individual students with special needs as deemed appropriate.  Cost:  $4.45 per 15 minute unit for up to 16 units at two days per week.  Frequency and duration can be increased by District  
       
    27. Letter of Agreement with Extended Family Programs, Inc effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 for behavioral support, counseling and education services.  
      Cost:  $83.41 per diem per day for secondary students for each day enrolled
                $86.43 per diem per day for elementary students for each day enrolled
       
    28. Letter of Agreement with Extended Family Programs, Inc. effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 to provide Behavioral Intervention Staff services and educational support  Cost: $15/hr.
       
    29. Letter of Agreement with The Meadows Psychiatric Center effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 for educational services  Cost:  $67/day
       
    30. Production Contract with Music Theatre International effective June 11, 2019 through July 23, 2019 for Disney's Alice in Wonderland, Jr.  Cost: $1,119
    31. Cooperative Agreement with Mount Aloysius College effective July 17, 2019 through July 17, 2020 for the College in the High School Program  Cost: $55/credit paid by parents  
       
    32. Health Care Staffing Agreement for School Services with Interim HealthCare of Pittsburgh, Inc. d/b/a Interim HealthCare of Duncansville effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020 for healthcare staffing services 
      Cost:  Skilled Nursing:  $45/hr
                Home Health Aide:  $22.50/hr
       
    33. Agreement with EADS Architect, Inc. for bid specifications and engineering for Foot of Ten Elementary School Roof Replacement effective July 18, 2019 through substantial completion by August 30, 2020 Cost:  Not to exceed $25,000 (Pending Solicitor Review)  
       
    34. Agreement with Richard Alan Gonsman D.M.D. for onsite dental examinations effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.  Cost:  $5.50 per dental examination

     

    1. Stuckey Subaru Lease Agreement

     Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following lease agreement is presented for approval:

    One-Year Closed-End Motor Vehicle Lease Agreement with Stuckey Subaru for a 2017 Subaru Crosstrek SW Driver's Education Vehicle effective July 3, 2019 through July 31, 2020  Cost: $1.00

     

    1. Signature Authorization

    Authorization for the Business Manager to sign any and all documents relating to the lease of a driver's education vehicle with Stuckey Subaru.

     

    1. Bid Awards

    Per Board Policy 610, Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation, the following bids are recommended for approval:

    Award Elementary, Junior High, Senior High Art bid for 490 items to various vendors in the amount of $21,348.25

    Award Dairy Products bid prorated to all responding vendors for various 1/2 pints of milk totaling an estimated cost of $99,427.12

    Award Iced Tea/Lemonade Products bid based on estimated usage to Ritchey's Dairy, Inc. in the amount of $873.60 and to Galliker Dairy Co. in the amount of $3,002.00

     

    Award Bakery Products bid based on estimated usage for various bread products to Angelo Pacifico  Sons, Inc. in the amount of $21,148.88 

    1. Junior High Fundraiser

    Per Board policy, 229 - District Fund Raising the following fundraiser is presented for approval:

    Junior High Aevidum, No. 59

    Fall Dress Down Day

    Fundraiser Date: Fall, 2019

    Expected profit: $250

    Purpose: To pay for group activities

    1. A la carte prices for 2019-2020

    Per Policy 808 - Food Services, the administration is recommending the following pricing for 2019-2020 cafeteria ala carte items:

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT

    2019-2020 ALA CARTE ITEMS

      Item

      Price

      Apple Slices

     0.65

      Bag Snacks

    0.55, 0.85

      Breakfast Bar

    1.00

      Bread Stick

    0.50

      Chex Mix

    0.75

      Cinnamon Roll

    1.00

      Cocoa Brownie

    0.85

      Cookie, Mini

    0.65

      Cupcake

    0.75

      Donut

    0.85

      Fruit Roll Ups

    0.55

      Fruit Snacks

    0.75

      Gatorade (12 oz)

    1.25

      Gatorade (20 oz)

    1.75

      Goldfish Crackers

    0.40

      Granola Bar

    0.65

      Ice Cream

    1.00

      Iced Tea Carton

    1.00

      Iced Tea Bottle

    1.00

      Juice (4oz)

    0.50

      Juice Box

    0.65

      Krispie Treat

    1.00

      Lemonade

    1.00

      Milk

    0.50

      Mini Bread Loaf

    0.65

      Muffin

    0.75

      Nutrigrain Bar

    0.75

      Poptart- Single

    0.75

      Poptart- Double

    1.25

      Propel

    1.50

      Sherbet Dixie 

    0.65

      Smoothie 

    2.50

      Switch Juice Beverage

    1.10

      Uncrustable Small

    1.24

      Uncrustable Large

    2.00

      Water Large

    1.00

      Water Small

    0.50

      Yogurt 4 oz

    0.65

      Yogurt 6 oz

    1.00

      

    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

    1. Capital Reserve Projects 5-Year Plan

     The administration recommends the approval of the Capital Reserve Projects Five (5) Year Plan.

     

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

     

    1. Annual Report to the Board

     Presenters:

    • Mrs. Susan Baker, Business Manager/Board Secretary
    • Mr. Rob Roberts, Business Administrator/Treasurer
    • Mrs. Dawn Summerville, Data Management Administrator
    • Mr. Homer DeLattre, Athletic Director
    • Mr. Justin Arthur, Director of Technology
    • Mr. Rob Heinrich, Junior High Principal
    • Mr. Dale McCall, Junior High Assistant Principal
    • Mr. Tim Gildea, Charles W. Longer Elementary Principal

     

    1. Five Year Curriculum Evaluation: Business Education

    Information

    • Business Education Grades 7-12

    Presenters:

    Mrs. Jackie McKeehan and Mrs. Lindy Hilling

     

    1. Curriculum Guides

     Per Board Policy 105 Curriculum Development, Policy 106, Guides for Planned Instruction and Policy 107 Adoption of Planned Instruction, the board will be asked to approve the following Curriculum Guides:

    • Math 9
    • Oceanography
    • Information Technology
    • Elementary Library Curriculum K-3

     

    1. Course Name Changes

     Course Name Changes

    New Name

    Previous Name

    Information Technology    

    Word Processing 8    

     

    1. JH/SH Student/Parent Handbook Revisions
    2. Elementary Student/Parent Handbook Revisions 
    3. Student Paths Fall 2019 Survey

    Policy 127-Assessment

    Student Paths helps prepare high school students for their futures in the areas of college, career, and life readiness.

    • Student Paths Overview
    • Student Paths Overview (Powerpoint)
    • Student Paths Data Privacy Statement 

    To read more about this program click here: https://studentpaths.com/stpa/company/

     

    1. 2019-2020 Athletic Handbook 
    2. 2019-2020 Athletic Code of Conduct 
    3. Athletic Team Additions
    • Junior High Boys and Girls Cross Country
    • Junior Boys and Girls Tennis
    • Junior High Baseball
        
    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is being asked to approve the Personnel actions.

     

    NO

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Approve

    Vincent Bonanno

    Technology Assistant TNPADMTECH04

    Dist.

    July 18, 2019

    $19.08/ hr. (19/20 entry rate)

    2

    Resign

    Dennis Kenepp

    Technology Assistant TNPADMTECH03

    Dist.

    August 13, 2019

     

    3

    Approve

    William Madden

    Principal
     MGPFKSPRIN01

    FKS

    Effective 7-17-19

    $83,819 for SY 19/20

    4

    Retirement

    Philip Smith

    Director of Physical Plant ADNADMPYPL01

    Dist.

    Effective 10/9/2019

    Terms per wage and benefits ACT 93 Central Office Administrators contract 7-1-2016 to 6-30-2021. 

    5

    Resign

    Robert Heinrich

    Principal
    MGPJHSPRIN01

    JH

    No later than September 7, 2019

    Terms per Wage Benefit Agreement Management Employees 7-1-16 to 6-30-2021

    6

    Retirement

    Robert Roberts

    Business Administrator
    ADNADMBADM01

    Dist.

    Effective 2/1/2020

    Term per employment contract

    7

    Approve

    Hannah Hauser

    English Teacher - TCHSHSENGL07 to Technology Coach

    Dist.

    19/20 SY

    Teacher Salary plus $4,000 Stipend

    8

    Approve

    Madison Hileman

    English Teacher
    TCHSHSENGL07

    SH

    19/20 SY

    Teacher Salary Step 17, $42,710

    9

    Approve

    Mallory McAdoo

    English Language Arts Teacher
    TCHJHSREAD04

    JH

    19/20 SY

    Teacher Salary Step 17, $42,710

    10

    Approve

    Dean Grenfell

    Math Teacher
    TCHSHSMATH07

    SH

    19/20 SY

    Teacher Salary Step 15M, $47,410

    11

    Approve

    Samantha Kinley

    Math Teacher
    TCHJHSMATH01
    TCHSHSMATH01

    JH/SH

    19/20 SY

    Teacher Salary Step 16, $44,560

    12

    Approve

    Stephanie Short

    Special Education Teacher, Autistic Support
    TCHJHSSPEC10

    SH

    19/20 SY

    Teacher Salary Step 15M, $47,410

    13

    Approve

    Mary Baker

    Summer School Enrichment PE Substitute

    Dist.

    Summer 2019

    $26.00 per hour - 1 1/2 hours

    14

    Approve

    Jason Clever

    Summer School - Enrichment Health

    Dist.

    Summer 2019

    $26.00 per hour 

    15

    Approve

    John Albright

    Subtitute Teacher for Summer School

    SH

    Retroactive to 6-11-19

    $26/hour for up to 3 hours

    16

    Resign

    Lauren Ashurst

    English Language Arts Teacher
    TCHJHSREAD04

    JH

    End of 18/19 SY

     

    17

    Resign

    Virginia Anna

    Special Education Teacher
    TCHJHSSPEC01

    JH

    End of 18/19 SY

     

    18

    Approve

    Madeline Grenfell

    Extend Unpaid Childrearing Leave

    SH

    First marking period 19/20 SY, potential to extend beyond

     

    19

    Approve

    Karly Aiken

    Special Pay - Title I  - Community Involvement

    FOT

    Retroactive to  5/22/2019

    $26/hour for 2.5 hours

    20

    Approve

    Sarah Palazzi

    Special Pay - Title I  - Community Involvement

    CWL/FKS

    Retroactive to  5/22/2019

    $26/hour for 2.5 hours

    21

    Approve

    Kathleen Shields

    Special Pay - Title I  - Community Involvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to  5/22/2019

    $26/hour for 2.5 hours

    22

    Approve

    Jessica Zorger

    Special Pay - Title I  - Community Involvement

    FKS

    Retroactive to  5/22/2019

    $26/hour for 2.5 hours

    23

    Approve

    Sonja Bihary

    Special Pay - Title I  - Community Involvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to  5/22/2019

    $26/hour for 2.5 hours

    24

    Approve

    Laura Heffelfinger

    Special Pay - Title I  - Community Involvement

    FOT

    Retroactive to  5/22/2019

    $26/hour for 2.5 hours

    25

    Approve

    Lisa Surkovich

    Special Pay - Title I  - Community Involvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to  5/22/2019

    $26/hour for 2.5 hours

    26

    Approve

    Rebecca Zeek

    Special Pay - Title I  - Community Involvement

    FKS

    Retroactive to  5/22/2019

    $26/hour for 2.5 hours

    27

    Approve

    Kyle Brown

    C&I - SWPBS

    FOT

    Effective         2018/2019 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    28

    Approve

    Allison Herbaugh

    C&I - Community Based Counseling Program Implementation

    CWL

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 2 hours @$26/hr

    29

    Approve

    Michelle Galo

    C&I - SWPBS

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    30

    Approve

    Megan Murtagh

    C&I - SWPBS

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    31

    Approve

    Eileen Roberts

    C&I - SWPBS

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    32

    Approve

    Elaine Baney

    C&I - SWPBS

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    33

    Approve

    Alysha Kachur

    C&I - SWPBS

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    34

    Approve

    Christine Burkey

    C&I - SWPBS

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    35

    Approve

    Leigh Ann Craig

    C&I - Data Team

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    36

    Approve

    Robert Valeria

    C&I - Data Team

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    37

    Approve

    Alysha Kachur

    C&I - Data Team

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    38

    Approve

    Nicole Stouffer

    C&I - Data Team

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    39

    Approve

    Michelle Galo

    C&I - Data Team

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    40

    Approve

    Jill Hileman

    C&I - Data Team

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    41

    Approve

    John Yogus

    C&I - Data Team

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    42

    Approve

    Samantha McDowell

    C&I - Data Team

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    43

    Approve

    Sarah Garmen

    C&I - SH 5 Year Curriculum Review Social Studies

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr

    44

    Approve

    Jordan Griffith

    C&I - SH 5 Year Curriculum Review Social Studies

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr

    45

    Approve

    Amy Dobbins

    C&I - SH 5 Year Curriculum Review Social Studies

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr

    46

    Approve

    Travis Singer

    C&I - SH 5 Year Curriculum Review Social Studies

    JH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr

    47

    Approve

    Melissa Jack

    C & I  - Data Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    48

    Approve

    Nicole Beauchamp

    C & I  - Data Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    49

    Approve

    Scott Sheehan

    C & I  - Data Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    50

    Approve

    Richard Imler

    C & I  - Data Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    51

    Approve

    Michael Rawlins

    C & I  - Data Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    52

    Approve

    Mary (Sue) Scott

    C & I  - Data Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    53

    Approve

    Hully Hoover

    C & I  - Data Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    54

    Approve

    Mandy Livai

    C & I  - Data Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    55

    Approve

    Leona Engle

    C & I  - Data Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    56

    Approve

    Dawn Eckenrode

    C & I  - Data Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    57

    Approve

    Jennifer Bloom

    C & I  - Data Team

    FOT

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    58

    Approve

    John Wessner

    C & I  - Data Team

    FOT

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    59

    Approve

    Jennifer Seecs-Meilnik

    C & I  - Data Team

    FOT

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    60

    Approve

    Lindsay Griffith

    C & I  - Data Team

    FOT

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    61

    Approve

    Kelly Breene

    C & I  - Data Team

    FOT

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    62

    Approve

    Stephanie Gutshall

    C & I  - Data Team

    FOT

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/hr

    63

    Approve

    Kyle Brown

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    FOT

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr

    64

    Approve

    Kaylyn Massafra

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    FOT

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 5 hours @ $26/hr

    65

    Approve

    Christina Bracken

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    FOT

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 5 hours @ $26/hr

    66

    Approve

    Debra Solomon

    C & I - World Language 5 Year Curriculum Evaluation

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr

    67

    Approve

    David Herncane

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    68

    Approve

    Dawn Eckenrode

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    69

    Approve

    Deanna Jubeck

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    70

    Approve

    Jarrod Klausman

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    71

    Approve

    Kevin McCloskey

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    72

    Approve

    Leah Haslam

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    73

    Approve

    Leona Engle

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    74

    Approve

    Michael Moore

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    75

    Approve

    Nicole Beauchamp

    C & I - SWPBS Team

    SH

    Effective         2019/2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr

    76

    Approve

    Bobbi Hammel

    3.5 Hours Food Service SH - FSPSHSFSWK01 to 3.5 Hours Food Service FKS - FSW FSPFKSFSWK04

    FKS

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $15.91 per hour (19/20 Rate)

    77

    Approve

    Billi Jo Kephart

    PT 6 Hour Special Ed Para - ADPCWLPARA03 to PT 5 Hour Paraprofessional Education - ADPCWLPARA11

    CWL

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $15.31 Per Hour, Class 3C, reduce from $16.22 Class 3A

    78

    Retirement

    John Motzer

    Full Time Lead Custodian
    CUFCWLCUST04

    CWL

    Effective August 26, 2019

     

    79

    Retirement

    Beverly Lightner

    Full Time Custodian
    CUFCWLCUST03

    CWL

    Effective 10/26/19

     

    80

    Resign

    Lisa Lanzendorfer

    Special Ed Para
    ADPSHSPARA07

    JH

    Effective July 16, 2019

     

    81

    Approve

    Robin Bender

    Secretary

    CWL

    Effective 7/8/2019

    Pay for up to 10 hours at 19/20 hourly rate for work on elementary handbook

    82

    Approve

    Christina Pavlock

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $90.00 per day

    83

    Approve

    Lisa Lanzendorfer

    Substitute Special Ed Para

    Dist.

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $9.25 per hour

    84

    Approve

    Jennifer Gummo

    Substitute Food Service Worker

    Dist.

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $9.25 per hour

    85

    Resign

    Clark McCready

    Teacher Substitute

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6-21-19

     

    86

    Resign

    Makayla Williams

    Cheerleader Advisor, 7th Grade

    JH

    Effective 7/16/19

     

    87

    Approve

    Tristian delGuidice

    Junior High Boys Soccer Head Coach

    JH

    Effective 7/18/19

    Per Schedule D, $2,849.70

    88

    Approve

    Amber Wiley

    Junior High Girls Volleyball Head Coach

    JH

    Effective 7/18/19

    Per Schedule D, $3,985.62

    89

    Approve

    Brad Lear

    Ass't Junior High Football Coach

    JH

    Effective 7/18/19

    Per Schedule D, $2,907.70

    90

    Approve

    Jordan Griffith

    Ass't Varsity Basketball Coach

    SH

    Effective 7/18/19

    Per Schedule D, $3,999.71

    91

    Resign

    Brad Lear

    Junior High Volleyball

    JH

    Retroactive to 6-20-19

     

    92

    Resign

    Paulo Neto

    Head Junior High Boy's Soccer

    JH

    Retroactive to 6-20-19

     

    93

    Resign

    Clark McCready

    JH 8th Grade Assistant Football

    JH

    Retroactive to 6-21-19

     

    94

    Resign

    Clark McCready

    Winter Weight Room Coordinator

    JH

    Retroactive to 6-21-19

     

    95

    Resign

    Clark McCready

    JH Girls Track Assistant

    JH

    Retroactive to 6-21-19

     

    96

    Resign

    Jarrod Klausman

    Asst. Varsity Basketball

    SH

    Effective end of 18/19 SY

     

    97

    Approve

    Rebecca Strzelec

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    Effective 19/20 SY

     

    98

    Approve

    Matt Shoehr

    Volunteer - Sports

    Dist.

    Effective 7/18/19

     

    99

    Information Only

    Paula Dull

    ESY Program Teacher

    Dist.

    Change effective Date "7-9-19 to 8-1-19"

     

    100

    Information Only

    Arlene Clark

    ESY Program Teacher

    Dist.

    Change effective Date "7-9-19 to 8-1-19"

     

    101

    Information Only

    Nicole Stephan

    Special Education Teacher - TCHJHSSPEC10 transfer to Special Education Teacher - TCHFKSSPEC04

    FKS

    19/20 SY

    Transfer position at Teacher Salary

     

     

    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Pool Counsel Technology in Education

    Per Board Policy 005 - Organization, approve Sweet, Stevens, Katz, Williams, LLP for The Technology in Education Pool counsel service to give legal advice on technology in education through the Appalachia IU08 effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020

    Cost:  $600

     

    1. President's Report - New Business

     

    1. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer 
    2. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

     

    Information

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     




    Wednesday, June 12, 2019

    Committee of the Whole / Voting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm

     

    1. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer

     Jun 12, 2019 - Committee of the Whole / Voting - 7:00PM

    1. Pledge to Flag 
    2. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker 
    3. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting. 

    1. Recognition
    • Denny Estep
    1. GACTC Award Winners

    GREATER ALTOONA CAREER AND

    TECHNOLOGY CENTER AWARDS

     

    Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology

    • Brandon Patz  

    Electro Mechanical Engineering Technology  and Scott Garlick Memorial Scholarship

    • Nicholas Young  ​​​​​​​

    Interior Decorating & Finishing  and SkillsUSA State Competition 1st Place Career Pathways

    • Eliza Albright 

    Scott Garlick Memorial Scholarship

    • Lee Fink 
    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 6:00pm for personnel.

     

    The Policy Committee will meet Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 5:00PM in the Guidance Career Conference Room of the Senior High, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg PA.

     

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a combined Committee of the Whole and Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

     

    All board meeting agendas are available for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://go.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf/. Interested parties should enter the public site.

    1. Minutes

    Per Board Policy 006-Meetings, approval of the following minutes:

     

    March 13, 2019 Committee of the Whole/Voting

    April 3, 2019 Curriculum Committee

    May 8, 2019 Physical Plant Committee

     

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for May, 2019
    2. Treasurer's Reports

    May 31, 2019 Treasurer's Reports

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $  4,596,278.50  Receipts

    $  7,020,503.49  Total Disbursements

    $  9,672,864.50  Ledger Balance

     

    TRUST FUND

    $      129.00 Total Receipts

    $          0.00 Total Disbursements

    $ 56,023.85 Ledger Balance

     

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $277,051.92 Total Receipts

    $185,673.35 Total Disbursements

    $651,425.75 Ledger Balance

     

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $28,489.47 Total Receipts

    $33,455.97 Total Disbursements

    $72,678.76 Ledger Balance

     

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $    21,984.13 Total Receipts

    $      1,405.84 Total Disbursements

    $  870,976.37 Ledger Balance

     

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $44,093.51 Total Receipts

    $44,091.97 Total Disbursements

    $     668.42  Ledger Balance

     

    PAYROLL FUND

    $2,873,762.55 Total Receipts

    $2,904,964.27 Total Disbursements

    $     58,518.64  Ledger Balance

     

    SH STUDENT STORE

    $2,531.06 Total Receipts

    $       0.00 Total Disbursements

    $6,036.41 Ledger Balance

      

    1. List of Payments

    MAY 31, 2019 LIST OF PAYMENTS

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $4,231,372.44 Total Payments (Check numbers 158289-158528)

     

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $66,675.96 Total Payments (Check numbers 22960-22970)

     

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $33,455.97 Total Payments (Check numbers 22858-22877)

     

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $  1,405.84 Total Payments (Check numbers 3421-3424)

     

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     82,146.53 (Check numbers 260978-261060)

    $2,822,817.74  ACH Disbursements

    $2,904,964.27  Total Payments

     

    SH SCHOOL STORE

    $ -0-   Total Payments (Check numbers)

     

    TRUST FUND

    $ -0-   Total Payments (Check number)

     

    1. Investment Portfolio

     2018-2019 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

     

    $7,357,213 Total Invested with 30 Financial Institutions

    $   217,535 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

      

    1. YTD Expenditures/Revenues

     2018-2019 YEAR-TO-DATE REVENUES & EXPENDITURES

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $44,740,797.72 Revenues

    $41,735,663.52 Expenditures

     

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $510,621.07 Revenues

    $216,913.33 Expenditures

      

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $1,653,457.12 Revenues

    $1,463,358.11 Expenditures

     

    TRUST FUND

    $1,227.82 Revenues

    $3,000.00 Expenditures

     

    SENIOR HIGH STUDENT STORE

    $ 8,615.48 Revenues

    $ 2,945.80 Expenditures

     

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    Net Balances are reflected in each Student Activity Account

     

    PAYROLL FUND

    Revenues & Expenses Net to Zero other than Interest Income

      

    1. Budget Transfers

     

    2018-2019 BUDGET TRANSFERS

    PERIOD OF MAY 9, 2019 - JUNE 6, 2019

     

    $118,140 - General Fund

    $    4,200 - Food Service Fund

    $    1,879 - Capital Reserve Fund

     

    1. Food Service for April, 2019

    2018-2019 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT 

    PERIOD ENDING APRIL 2019

     

    $15,238.60   April Net Profit

    $39,889.23   Year-to-Date Net Profit

     

    $913,771.57 Assets

    $913,771.57 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

      

    1. Senior High Student Store for April, 2019

    2018-2019 SENIOR HIGH STUDENT STORE PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING APRIL 2019

     

    $   956.46      April Net Profit

    $3,631.54      Year-to-Date Net Profit

     

    $4,463.26      Assets

    $4,463.26      Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

     

    1. Business Office

     Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

     


     

    1. ​Contract with Edmentum for Study Island for Junior High software license effective July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020  Cost:  $2,695
       
    2. Contract with Edmentum for Study Island for Elementary software license effective July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020  Cost:  $5,596.80 
       
    3. Contract with Amplify for the purchase of Dibels Next Software - Annual Subscription Renewal effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020 Cost:  $9,938
       
    4. Contract with Renaissance Learning for Accelerated Reader and STAR Reading Subscription Renewal effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020 Cost: $25,477.84 
       
    5. Contract with Get More Math for JH and SH software licensing effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020  Cost:  $4,411
       
    6. Memorandum of Understanding with the Hollidaysburg Community Chorus effective  June 12,2019 for the donation of $15,000 for the purchase of a Wenger Acoustical Shell.
       
    7. Agreement with Bollman Charter Services, Inc. effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 for group charter transportation Cost: Per trip basis
       
    8. Contract with Music Theatre International (MTI) effective May 13, 2019 through May 13, 2020 for licensing and rental fees associated with the production of Disney's Frozen, Jr.  Performance dates to be determined Cost: $760
       
    9. Contract with Music Theatre International (MTI) effective November 21, 2019 through November 23, 2019 for licensing and rental fees associated with the production of Fiddler on the Roof.   Performance dates to be determined Cost: $3,260
       
    10. Collection Service Agreement with Credit Control Collections effective June 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020 for the collection of all assigned delinquent accounts of the school district excluding per capita taxes which are covered under separate agreement  Cost: Fees are based on the dollar amount of the amount to be collected and added to the delinquent amount.
       
    11. Business Associate Agreement with Credit Control Collections effective June 1, 2019 for compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA)  No Cost
       
    12. Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services Agreement for Title I Services with Catapult Learning, LLC., effective June 5, 2019 through June 30, 2019 for additional instructional services Cost: $11,561
       
    13. Contract with Doceo Equipment Financing, LLC. effective August 18, 2019 or upon installation of 11 replacement photocopiers throughout the district Cost: $3,836 per month for 60 months (includes supplies, maintenance, replacement parts, and service calls)

     

    1. Donation

     

    Per Board Policy 702, Gifts, Grants and Donations, the board is being asked to approve the following donation:

     

    Hollidaysburg Community Chorus:  $15,000 for the purchase of a Wenger Acoustical Band Shell

     

    1. Close Student Activity Accounts

     Per Board Policy 618-Student Activity Fund Control, the following Student Activities are being recommended to be closed:

     

    #95 Elementary Band

    #98 Elementary Orchestra

     

    1. Request to Establish New Student Activity Accounts

    Per Board Policy 618, Student Activity Fund Control:

     

    New Student Activity:  Class of 2022 - No. 02

    Purpose:  To provide students with the opportunity to participate in senior class activities.

     

    New Student Activity:  Junior High Code Club - No. 22

    Purpose:  To provide students with the opportunity to understand how coding works.

     

    1. Transfer of Funds: Class of 2019, Account #19 to Class of 2020 Account #20

    Per Board Policy 618, Student Activity Fund Control, the board is being asked to approve the transfer of all remaining funds in the Class of 2019, Student Activity account #19, to the Class of 2020, Student Activity account #20.  The dollar amount is to be determined after the account has been audited.

     

    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

     

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

     

    1. Authorization for the 2019-2020 School Year for the Business Administrator/Business Manager with the Board President/Board Vice President's approval to enter into electricity/natural gas agreements when securing a lower rate would result in savings to the district prior to the next scheduled Voting Meeting of the board. Contracts entered into in this manner will be presented to the board at the next scheduled board meeting for information purposes. 
    2. Authorization for the Administration to apply for 2019-2020 Federal, State and Local grants and for the Superintendent to enter into awarded 2019-2020 Federal, State and Local grant contracts. The 2019-2020 budget will be reopened for budget adjustments for Federal and State grants as needed.

    Per Board Policy 626-Federal Fiscal Compliance, the board is being asked to grant Authorization for the Administration to apply for 2019-2020 Federal, State and Local grants and for the Superintendent to enter into awarded 2019-2020 Federal, State and Local grant contracts. The 2019-2020 budget will be reopened for budget adjustments for Federal and State grants as needed.

    Subject

     

    1. Final Budget for General Fund Approval Resolution

     Per Board Policy 604-Budget Adoption:

     

    RESOLVED, by the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District, as follows:

     

    • The proposed Final Budget of the School District for the 2019-2020 fiscal year on form PDE-2028 as presented to the School Board is adopted as a Final Budget for the School District General Fund in the amount of $50,445,206 revenues and $51,912,875 expenditures. 
       
    • The proposed Capital Reserve Fund Budget for the 2019-2020 fiscal year as presented to the School Board is adopted as the Capital Reserve Fund Budget in the amount of $422,792 revenues and $777,515 expenditures.

     

    Food Service Fund

    Revenues $1,936,532

    Expenditures $1,937,135

    Estimated Ending Fund Balance June 30, 2020 $564,561

     

    Student Activity Fund

    Revenues $267,156

    Expenditures $251,954

     

    1. Annual Tax Levy Resolution

     Per Board Policy 650-Tax Levy:

     

    RESOLVED, by the Hollidaysburg Area School District, that taxes are levied for school purpose for the school year beginning July 1, 2019, subject to the provisions of the Local Tax Collection Law and the Local Tax Enabling Act 511, as follows:

     

    Real Estate Tax

    Real Estate tax of 9.0961 mills (or $9.09 per $1,000 of assessment)

    (Including Real Estate at .0183 mill for Public Library)

        

    Section 679 Per Capita Tax

     $5.00 per individual over the age of 18 who is a resident

     

    Act 511 Per Capita Tax

    $5.00 for Allegheny Township, Blair Township, Newry Borough, Hollidaysburg Borough and Duncansville Borough

    $10.00 for Juniata and Frankstown Townships

     

    Earned Income/Net Profits Tax

    1.0% (HASD receives .5% & Municipalities receives .5%)                                                     

      Flat Rate Occupation Tax 

    $10.00

     

    Real Estate Transfer Tax

    1.0% (HASD receives .5% & Municipalities receives .5%.)

    1. Homestead and Farmstead Exclusion Resolution effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020

    Per Board Policy 605-Tax Levy:

     

    RESOLVED, by the Board of School Directors of the Hollidaysburg Area School District, that homestead and farmstead exclusion real estate tax assessment reductions are authorized for the school year beginning July 1, 2019 of $9,173 under the provisions of the Homestead Property Exclusion Program Act (part of Act 50 of 1998) and the Taxpayer Relief Act (Act 1 of 2006) 

      

    1. School Breakfast/Lunch Prices for 2019-2020

    Per Board Policy 808-Food Services, the board is being asked to approve 2019-2020 school breakfast/lunch prices.

     

    2019-2020 SCHOOL BREAKFAST/LUNCH PRICES

     

    Elementary Student Breakfast:  

      $1.10 

    Elementary Student Lunch: 

      $2.25

    Secondary Student Breakfast:

      $1.20

    Secondary Student Lunch:

      $2.50

    Milk:

      $  .50 

    Adult Lunch: 

      $3.50

    Adult Breakfast

      $2.50


     

    1. Capital Reserve Projects for 2019-2020

    The administration recommends the following 2019-2020 Capital Reserve Projects

     

    Ø Engineering fees to prepare bid for Foot of Ten roof replacement $28,000.00

    Ø Junior High window repairs $ 4,000.00

    Ø Junior High boiler #2 repair $13,675.00

    Ø Install a sewer backflow preventer for the Administration $ 5,000.00

    Ø Stadium Buildings maintenance and repairs $10,800.00

    TOTAL $61,475.00 

    1. Insurances for 2019-2020

    Per Board Policies 811-Bonding, 812-Property Insurance, and 813-Other Insurances, the board is being asked to approve the following 2019-2020 insurance policies:

     

    General Property/Liability $135,890

    School Board Liability Errors & Omissions $19,615

    Commercial Umbrella $17,900

    Commercial Automobile $10,107

    Catastrophic Jr/Sr High Sports & Student Activities $2,077

    Jr/Sr High Sports/Intramural Sports/Student Activities $14,184

    Tax Collector's Bond $2,833

    Public Official's Bond Treasurer $269

    Public Official's Bond Business Administrator $175

    Public Official's Bond Business Manager/Board Secretary $175

    Public Official's Bond Assistant Board Secretary $100

    Worker's Compensation $112,401

    Cyber Liability $8,847

    Student Volunteer $800

     

    1. Fringe Benefits for 2019-2020

    The district is required annually to approve all fringe benefit rates as determined by contractual agreements.

     

    1. Student Activity Fundraisers for 2019-2020

    Per Board Policy 229, District Fund Raising:

    Approve 2019-2020 Student Activity fundraisers for 37 separate Student Activities district-wide.

    Expected net profit across all groups is $84,967 and will be used for student enrichment.  

    1. Tuition Students for 2019-2020

    Per Board Policy, 202. Eligibility of Non-Resident Students, the administration recommends board approval of Grade 12, (K.R.) Grade 11 (E.D.), and Grade 10 (E.M.) tuition students for the 2019-2020 school year.

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

    Presenters:

     

    • Mr. Dwight Straesser, Director of Human Resources/Transportation
    • Mrs. Laura Koehle, Director of Special Education
    • Dr. Francine Endler, Assistant Superintendent
    • Mr. Phil Smith, Director of Physical Plant
    • Mr. Betsy Snyder, Food Service Director
    • Mrs. Jodie Albarano, Executive Director, HASD Foundation
    • Dr. Maureen Letcher, Senior High Principal 
    • Mr. Mark Harrington, Senior High Assistant Principal
    • Mr. Brian Keagy, Foot of Ten Elementary Principal
    • Mr. Bill Madden, Frankstown Elementary Principal 
    1. Safe Schools Presentation

    Information, Presentation

    A presentation reviewing the Safe Schools initiatives implemented throughout the district.

    Dr. Letcher

    Mr. McCall

    Mr. Heinrich

    Mr. Arthur

    Mr. Harrington

      

    1. Gifted Education Audit

    Information

    • Laura Koehle, Special Education Director will present information on the Gifted Education Audit.

     

    1. Course Name Changes
    • ELA Course Name Changes

     

    New Name

    Previous Name

      Pre-Honors Integrated ELA A-7

      Pre-Honors Eng 7

      CB English Integrated ELA A-7

      CB English 7

      Integrated ELA A-7

      English 7

      Pre-Honors Integrated ELA A-8

      Pre-Honors Eng 8

      CB English Integrated ELA A-8

      CB English 8

      Integrated ELA A-8

      English 8

      ACA Integrated ELA B-7

      ACA Reading 7

      Integrated ELA B-7

      Reading 7

      ACA Integrated ELA B-8

      ACA Reading 8

      Integrated ELA B-8

      Reading 8

     

     

    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is being asked to approve personnel actions

    NO

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Retirement

    Frank Filkosky

    Principal

    FKS

    Effective 7/1/2019

    Terms per Wage Benefit Agreement Management Employees 7-1-16 to      6-30-21

    2

    Approve

    Dennis Kenepp

    Technology Assistant

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/19

    Salary adjustment from $18.89 /hr. to $19.08 / hr.

    3

    Approve

    Gretchen Hutchison

    Health Room Assistant
    HRACWLHLTH01

    CWL

    Start of 19/20 SY

    $19.56 per hour

    4

    Resign

    David Lauback

    Math Teacher

    JH/SH

    Effective end of the 18/19 SY

     

    5

    Resign

    Carissa Blair

    Special Education Teacher

    FKS

    Effective 6/13/19

     

    6

    Approve

    Kristin Wilson

    Dean of Students                   TCHJHSDEAN01

    JH

    Effective beginning of the 19/20 SY

    Teaching Salary BS Level-11, $54,610 plus $3000 responsibility factor

    7

    Approve Tenure

    Suzannah Cannon

    Special Education Teacher

    FKS

    End of 18/19 SY

     

    8

    Approve Tenure

    Erin Hilling

    Special Education Teacher

    JH

    End of 18/19 SY

     

    9

    Approve Tenure

    Maren Jubas

    Special Education Teacher

    FKS

    End of 18/19 SY

     

    10

    Approve Tenure

    Shannon Lear

    Elementary Teacher

    FOT

    End of 18/19 SY

     

    11

    Approve Tenure

    Janey Schwind

    Music Teacher

    JH

    End of 18/19 SY

     

    12

    Approve Tenure

    Abigail Steele

    Science Teacher

    JH

    End of 18/19 SY

     

    13

    Approve Tenure

    Nicole Stouffer

    English Teacher

    JH

    End of 18/19 SY

     

    14

    Approve

    Christie James

    Homebound for Student R. P.

    SH

    Retroactive to 2/5/2019

    5 Hours per week at $26/Hr.

    15

    Approve

    Amber Watson

    Summer School Teacher - Math

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/10/19

    $26.00 per hour

    16

    Approve

    Amanda Blanchetti

    Summer School Teacher-Remedial Health

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/10/19

    $26.00 per hour

    17

    Approve

    Jaime Ziegler

    Summer School Teacher-PE for credit

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/10/19

    $26.00 per hour

    18

    Approve

    Nicole Beauchamp

    Stipend for proof reading Tiger Pride

    JH

    Retroactive to 6/3/2019

    Stipend $104 (up to 4 hours total at $26.00 per hour)

    19

    Approve

    Marion Borr

    Stipend for proof reading Tiger Pride

    JH

    Retroactive to 6/3/2019

    Stipend $104 (up to 4 hours total at $26.00 per hour)

    20

    Approve

    Jennifer Carney

    Saturday Detention

    SH

    Retroactive to 4/13, 4/27, 5/4, 5/11, 5/18/2019 - 3 hours per day

    $26.00 per hour up to 15 hours

    21

    Approve

    Lisa Surkovich

    Title I Community Involvement Activities

    Dist.

    6/6/19 - 8/15/19

    $26.00 per hour up to 60 hours; paid by Title I Funds

    22

    Approve

    Rebecca Zeek

    Title I Community Involvement Activities

    Dist.

    6/6/19 - 8/15/19

    $26.00 per hour up to 22.5 hours; paid by Title I Funds

    23

    Approve

    Christine Stevenson

    Title I Community Involvement Activities

    Dist.

    6/6/19 - 8/15/19

    $26.00 per hour up to 18.75 hours; paid by Title I Funds

    24

    Approve

    Alyssa Carpenter

    Title I Community Involvement Activities

    Dist.

    6/6/19 - 8/15/19

    $26.00 per hour up to 11.25 hours; paid by Title I Funds

    25

    Approve

    Sonja Bihary

    Title I Community Involvement Activities

    Dist.

    6/6/19 - 8/15/19

    $26.00 per hour up to 11.25 hours; paid by Title I Funds

    26

    Approve

    Laura Heffelfinger

    Title I Community Involvement Activities

    Dist.

    6/6/19 - 8/15/19

    $26.00 per hour up to 7.5 hours; paid by Title I Funds

    27

    Approve

    Julie Bowser (School Nurse)

    Extra hours for sports physicals

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/5/19

    5.5 hours at $26.00 per hour

    28

    Approve

    Wendy Lieb (School Nurse)

    Extra hours for sports physicals

    JH

    Retroactive to 6/5/19

    5.5 hours at $26.00 per hour

    29

    Approve

    Susan Swope (School Nurse)

    Extra hours for sports physicals

    FKS

    Retroactive to 6/5/19

    5.5 hours at $26.00 per hour

    30

    Approve

    Susan Nori (Health Room Assistant)

    Extra hours for sports physicals

    CWL

    Retroactive to 6/5/19

    5.5 hours at 18/19 hourly Rate

    31

    Approve

    Christine Snyder (School Nurse)

    Extra hours for sports physicals

    FOT

    Retroactive to 6/5/19

    5.5 hours at 18/19 hourly Rate

    32

    Approve

    Jessica Zorger

    C & I - Literacy Coaching

    FKS

    Effective 
    2018-2019 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    33

    Approve

    Sarah Palazzi

    C & I - Literacy Coaching

    CWL

    Effective 
    2018-2019 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    34

    Approve

    Karley Aiken

    C & I - Literacy Coaching

    FOT

    Effective 
    2018-2019 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    35

    Approve

    Lisa Surkovich

    C&I - Inservice Planning

    CWL

    Effective 
    2018-2019 SY

    Up to  4 hours @ $26/Hr

    36

    Approve

    Hannah Hauser

    C&I - Technology Professional Development

    JH

    Effective 
    2018-2019 SY

    Up to 10 hours @ $26/Hr

    37

    Approve

    Laura Heffelfinger

    C& I - Title 1 Document Updates

    FOT

    Effective 
    2018-2019 SY

    Up to 6 hours @26/Hour

    38

    Approve

    Hully Hoover

    C&I - Career Conferences

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 20 hours @ $26/Hr

    39

    Approve

    Kimberly Hutsky

    C&I - Career Conferences

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 20 hours @ $26/Hr

    40

    Approve

    David Herncane

    C&I - Career Conferences

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 20 hours @ $26/Hr

    41

    Approve

    Veronica Sell

    C&I - Career Conferences

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 20 hours @ $26/Hr

    42

    Approve

    Tina Peters

    C&I - Career Conferences

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 20 hours @ $26/Hr

    43

    Approve

    Keely Jones

    C&I - Career Conferences

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 20 hours @ $26/Hr

    44

    Approve

    Allison Herbaugh

    C&I - SWPBS

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    45

    Approve

    Paula Albright

    C&I - SWPBS

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    46

    Approve

    Elizabeth Martinsen

    C&I - SWPBS

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    47

    Approve

    Kris Smith

    C&I - SWPBS

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    48

    Approve

    Justin Clark

    C&I - SWPBS

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    49

    Approve

    Perk Oettinger

    C&I - SWPBS

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    50

    Approve

    Elizabeth Fogal

    C&I - SWPBS

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    51

    Approve

    Maria Mikolajzyk

    C&I - SWPBS

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    52

    Approve

    Jennifer Niccole Stultz

    C&I - SWPBS

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/Hr

    53

    Approve

    Maria Mikolajzyk

    C&I - Data Team

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    54

    Approve

    Tammy Stultz

    C&I - Data Team

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    55

    Approve

    Timothy Keech

    C&I - Data Team

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    56

    Approve

    Kristie Clayton

    C&I - Data Team

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    57

    Approve

    Lacy Frazier

    C&I - Data Team

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    58

    Approve

    JoAnna Brumbaugh

    C&I - Data Team

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    59

    Approve

    Jaime Hartline

    C&I - Data Team

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    60

    Approve

    Jennifer Buffone

    C&I - Data Team

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    61

    Approve

    Linda Hilling

    C&I-Coop Coordinator

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 20 hours @ $26/Hr

    62

    Approve

    Caitlyn Tay

    C&I - Data Team

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    63

    Approve

    Robert Burkey

    C&I - Data Team

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    64

    Approve

    Kris Smith

    C&I - Data Team

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    65

    Approve

    Melissa Hatch

    C&I - Data Team

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    66

    Approve

    Mara Murgo

    C&I - Data Team

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    67

    Approve

    Melissa Viego

    C&I - Data Team

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    68

    Approve

    Ralph J. Albarano

    C&I - Data Team

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @ $26/Hr

    69

    Approve

    Melissa Jack

    C&I-AP Calculus AB Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $400             

    70

    Approve

    Melissa Jack

    C&I-AP Calculus BC Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $400             

    71

    Approve

    Mary Ann Moyer

    C&I-AP Statistics Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $400             

    72

    Approve

    Richard Imler

    C&I - AP Biology Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $200              

    73

    Approve

    Kevin McCloskey

    C&I-AP Biology Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $200              

    74

    Approve

    Lynette Luke

    C&I-AP Chemisry Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $400              

    75

    Approve

    Kathy Benoit

    C&I-AP Environmental Science New Course Writing

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $575                

    76

    Approve

    Paul Longwell

    C&I-AP Physics 1/AP Physics 2 Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $400             

    77

    Approve

    Paul Longwell

    C&I-AP Physics 3 Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $400             

    78

    Approve

    Nicole Beauchamp

    C&I-AP English Language Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $400             

    79

    Approve

    Leah Haslam

    C&I-AP English LIterature Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $400             

    80

    Approve

    Alycia Watt

    C&I-AP Studio Art New Course Writing

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $575                

    81

    Approve

    Scott Sheehan

    C&I-AP Music Theory Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $400             

    82

    Approve

    Benjamin Fogle

    C&I - Sea, Air, and Land Engineering Applications New Course Writing

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $575                

    83

    Approve

    Benjamin Fogle

    C&I - Stem Robotics II New Course Writing

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $575                

    84

    Approve

    Melissa Jack

    C&I - HS Algebra 1 course writing

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $287.50              

    85

    Approve

    Bridget Zimmerman

    C&I - HS Algebra 1 course writing

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $287.50              

    86

    Approve

    Michelle Galo

    C&I - ELA Course Adjustments

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr  

    87

    Approve

    Marion Borr

    C&I - ELA Course Adjustments

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 5 hours @ $26/hr   

    88

    Approve

    Nicole Stouffer

    C&I - ELA Course Adjustments

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 5 hours @ $26/hr   

    89

    Approve

    Babette Gottshall

    C&I - ELA Course Adjustments

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 5 hours @ $26/hr   

    90

    Approve

    Sonja Bihary

    C&I - ELA Course Adjustments

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 5 hours @ $26/hr   

    91

    Approve

    Nicole Stouffer

    C&I - LIteracy Coaching

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr   

    92

    Approve

    Jessica Zorger

    C&I - LIteracy Coaching

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr   

    93

    Approve

    Karley Aiken

    C&I - LIteracy Coaching

    FOT

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr   

    94

    Approve

    Sarah Palazzi

    C&I - LIteracy Coaching

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr   

    95

    Approve

    Nicole Beauchamp

    C&I - LIteracy Coaching

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr   

    96

    Approve

    Perk Oettinger

    C&I - Elementary Counselor Career Lessons

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr   

    97

    Approve

    Kyle Brown

    C&I - Elementary Counselor Career Lessons

    FOT

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr   

    98

    Approve

    Allison Herbaugh

    C&I - Elementary Counselor Career Lessons

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 4 hours @ $26/hr   

    99

    Approve

    Janey Schwind

    C&I - 8th Grade Band          Course Re-write

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $400           

    100

    Approve

    Derek Trimmer

    C&I - Elementary Library Re-write Grade 4

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $200              

    101

    Approve

    Derek Trimmer

    C&I - Elementary Library Re-write Grade 5

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $200              

    102

    Approve

    Derek Trimmer

    C&I - Elementary Library Re-write Grade 6

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $200              

    103

    Approve

    Catherine Breisacher

    C&I - Elementary Library Re-write Grade 4

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $200              

    104

    Approve

    Catherine Breisacher

    C&I - Elementary Library Re-write Grade 5

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $200               

    105

    Approve

    Catherine Breisacher

    C&I - Elementary Library Re-write Grade 6

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $200              

    106

    Approve

    Veronique Stern

    C&I - World Language 5 Year Curriculum Evaluation

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr  

    107

    Approve

    Angela Letizia

    C&I - World Language 5 Year Curriculum Evaluation

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr  

    108

    Approve

    Alicia Schoumder

    C&I - World Language 5 Year Curriculum Evaluation

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr  

    109

    Approve

    Erin Isenberg

    C&I - World Language 5 Year Curriculum Evaluation

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr  

    110

    Approve

    Raquel Lemelle

    C&I - World Language 5 Year Curriculum Evaluation

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 6 hours @ $26/hr  

    111

    Approve

    Joy Peterman

    C&I - Stem Integration

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hr      

    112

    Approve

    Derek Trimmer

    C&I - Stem Integration

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hr      

    113

    Approve

    Catherine Breisacher

    C&I - Stem Integration

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hr      

    114

    Approve

    Jackie Settimio

    C&I - Art 1 Curriculum Re-write

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $133

    115

    Approve

    Elaine Baney

    C&I - Art 1 Curriculum Re-write

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $133

    116

    Approve

    Alexandra Kephart

    C&I - Art 1 Curriculum Re-write

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $133

    117

    Approve

    Mary Villani

    C&I - Music 5 Curriculum Re-write

    FOT

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $133

    118

    Approve

    Lorraine Stephens

    C&I - Music 5 Curriculum Re-write

    CWL

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $133

    119

    Approve

    Brandon Harris

    C&I - Music 5 Curriculum Re-write

    FKS

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Stipend $133

    120

    Approve

    Robert Valeria

    C&I - JH Math 7 & 8 Enrichment

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to  5 hours @ $26/hr 

    121

    Approve

    Alysha Kachur

    C&I - JH Math 7 & 8 Enrichment

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to  5 hours @ $26/hr 

    122

    Approve

    Leigh Ann Craig

    C&I - JH Math 7 & 8 Enrichment

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to  5 hours @ $26/hr 

    123

    Approve

    Kellie Hurd

    C&I - JH 5 Year Curriculum Review Social Studies

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 6 Hours @ $26/hr  

    124

    Approve

    Michael Rawlins

    C&I - SH 5 Year Curriculum Review Social Studies

    SH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 6 Hours @ $26/hr  

    125

    Approve

    Wendy Lieb

    C&I - JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr 

    126

    Approve

    Jane Burkholder

    C&I - JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr 

    127

    Approve

    Lori Cappella

    C&I - JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr 

    128

    Approve

    Tina Peters

    C&I - JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr 

    129

    Approve

    Keely Jones

    C&I -  JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr 

    130

    Approve

    Veronica Sell

    C&I -  JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective          
    2019-2020 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr 

    131

    Approve

    Wendy Lieb

    C&I -  JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr  2019-2020

    132

    Approve

    Jane Burkholder

    C&I -  JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr  2019-2020

    133

    Approve

    Lori Capella

    C&I -  JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr  2019-2020

    134

    Approve

    Tina Peters

    C&I -  JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr  2019-2020

    135

    Approve

    Keely Jones

    C&I -  JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr  2019-2020

    136

    Approve

    Veronica Sell

    C&I -  JH Guidance BH Works Project

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Up to 2 Hours @ $26/hr  2019-2020

    137

    Approve

    Clarisse Spencer

    ESY Program Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $26.00 per hour; approx. 20 hours per student

    138

    Approve

    Paula Dull

    ESY Program Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $26.00 per hour; approx. 20 hours per student

    139

    Appove

    Alexa Ritchey

    Student Council Adviser Split 50%

    CWL

    Effective 19/20 SY

    50% of $663.38 Schedule C Rate 19/20

    140

    Approve

    Elizabeth Martinsen

    Student Council Adviser Split 50%

    CWL

    Effective 19/20 SY

    50% of $663.38 Schedule C Rate 19/20

    141

    Resign

    Laura Frederick

    TADD Adviser Schedule C

    SH

    Effective 6/6/19

     

    142

    Resign

    Laura Frederick

    Sophomore Class Adviser

    SH

    Effective 6/6/19

     

    143

    Resign

    Deanna Jubeck

    Sophomore Class Adviser

    SH

    Effective end 18/19 SY

     

    144

    Resign

    Christine Burkey

    7th Grade Field Trip Coordinator

    JH

    Effective end of the 18/19 SY

     

    145

    Resign

    Nicole Stouffer

    Project NASA Co-Advisor

    JH

    Effective end of the 18/19 SY

     

    146

    Resign

    John Shuma

    Assistant Girls Softball Coach

    JH

    Retroactive to 3/4/19 (18/19 season)

     

    147

    Approve

    Marcia Erickson

    Assistant Girls Softball Coach

    JH

    Retroactive to 3/4/19 (18/19 season)

    $1,724.03 per
    Schedule D

    148

    Resign

    Kaylyn Massafra

    7th Grade Girls Basketball Coach

    JH

    Effective 5/20/19

     

    149

    Transfer

    Travis Marra

    From FT Custodian JH 3rd Shift CUFJHSCUST05 to FT Custodian FKS 2nd shift CUFFKSCUST04

    FKS

    Effective 9/6/19

    $19.08 (19/20 rate)  minus .50 new hire 3rd year plus $200 shift diff. per AFSCME Contract

    150

    Approve

    Michele Emeigh

    PT 3.5 Office Paraprofessional                              ADFFKSPARA04

    FKS

    Effective beginning of 19/20 SY

    $15.31 per hour minus $1.50 for new hire for 3.5 hours per day for 193 days per year per AFSCME contract Class 3 C

    151

    Approve

    Greg Johnston

    PT 3.5 Office Paraprofessional                              ADFFKSPARA04

    FKS

    Effective beginning of 19/20 SY

    $15.31 per hour minus $1.50 for new hire for 3.5 hours per day for 193 days per year per AFSCME contract Class 3 C

    152

    Resign

    Adella Melotti

    Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional

    Dist

    Effective end of the 18/19 SY

     

    153

    Approve

    Amy Myers

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    19/20 hourly Rate; up to 20 hours

    154

    Approve

    Ashley Rhodes

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    19/20 hourly Rate; up to 20 hours

    155

    Approve

    Kelsey Dick

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    19/20 hourly Rate; up to 20 hours

    156

    Transfer

    Brenda May

    From 5.75 FSW FSPFKSFSWK06 to 7 hour FSW Head Cook FSFFKSCOOK01

    FKS

    Effective beginning of 19/20 SY

    $15.98 per hour per year per AFSCME contract full time employee

    157

    Transfer

    Patti Cavalet

    From 3.5 FSW FSPFKSFSWK04 to 5.75 hour FSW  FSPFKSFSWK06

    FKS

    Effective beginning of 19/20 SY

    $15.91 per hour per year per AFSCME contract part time employee

    158

    Approve

    Tina Beatty

    Sports Physicals

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/5/19

    5.5 hours at 18/19 hourly rate

    159

    Approve

    Judy Clapper

    Sports Physicals

    JH

    Retroactive to 6/5/19

    5.5 hours at 18/19 hourly rate

    160

    Approve

    Miscellaneous Pay Rates

    Support Staff Substitutes-Secretary, Paraprofessional, Special Ed. Paraprofessional, Cafeteria, and Custodian

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $9.25 per hour

    161

    Approve

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate

    Day to Day Substitute Teachers

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year (certified only)

    162

    Approve

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate

    Full-time Day to Day Substitutes (Special Ed./Elementary)

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days

    163

    Approve

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate

    Long Term Teacher Substitute Rate

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    164

    Approve

    William Sheehan

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Truancy Officer

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $4,537.86                                (2.1% increase)

    165

    Approve

    Joy Bell

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Business Office Assistant

    Admin.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $20.42 per hour                   (2.1% increase)

    166

    Approve

    Jodie Albarano

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Foundation Director

    Admin.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $20.89 per hour                       (2.1% increase)

    167

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $20.90 per hour; $200 stipend for lead position    
    (2.1% Increase)

    168

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $20.49 per hour; $200 stipend for lead position                 
    (2.1% Increase)

    169

    Approve

    Charles Chaney

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $20.49 per hour;         (2.1% Increase)

    170

    Approve

    John Nebelski

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional-Sub

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $20.49 per hour;         (2.1% Increase)

    171

    Approve

    Kenneth Durbin

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $20.49 per hour;         (2.1% Increase)

    172

    Approve

    Michael Eppolito

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2020

    $20.49 per hour;         (2.1% Increase)

    173

    Approve

    Michael McAndrew

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $20.49 per hour;         (2.1% Increase)

    174

    Approve

    Rebecca Burk

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Greeter

    SH

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $10.90 per hour                    (2.1% increase)

    175

    Approve

    David Schmelzlen

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Greeter

    SH

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $10.90 per hour                    (2.1% increase)

    176

    Approve

    Thomas Gutshall

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Computer Technician

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $19.44 per hour                (.40 per hour)

    177

    Approve

    Dennis Kenepp

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Computer Technician

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $19.08 per hour                (.40 per hour plu .19 adjustment)

    178

    Approve

    TBD (Technology Assistant replace Mark Mitchell)

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Computer Technician

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2019

    $19.08 per hour                (starting rate)

    179

    Approve

    Gretchen Hutchison

    Health Room Assistant

    CWL

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $19.56 per hour

    180

    Approve

    Julie Bowser

    Nurse Dept. Chairperson

    CWL

    Effective 8/21/2019

    Up to 7.5 hours at $26 per hour training new Health Room Assistant

    181

    Approve

    Mary Haenig

    Health Room Assistant

    Dist.

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $19.56 (.40 per hour)

    182

    Approve

    Christine Snyder

    Health Room Assistant

    FOT

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $19.56 (.40 per hour)

    183

    Approve

    Allison Herbaugh

    Elementary Guidance Counselor -Summer Days

    CWL

    19/20 SY

    3 days at per diem

    184

    Approve

    Perk Oettinger

    Elementary Guidance Counselor -Summer Days

    FKS

    19/20 SY

    3 days at per diem

    185

    Approve

    Kyle Brown

    Elementary Guidance Counselor -Summer Days

    FOT

    19/20 SY

    3 days at per diem

    186

    Approve

    Keely Jones

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    JH

    19/20 SY

    5 days at per diem

    187

    Approve

    Tina Peters

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    JH

    19/20 SY

    5 days at per diem

    188

    Approve

    Veronica Sell

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    JH

    19/20 SY

    5 days at per diem

    189

    Approve

    David Herncane

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    SH

    19/20 SY

    5 days at per diem

    190

    Approve

    Hully Hoover

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    SH

    19/20 SY

    5 days at per diem

    191

    Approve

    Kimberly Hutsky

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    SH

    19/20 SY

    5 days at per diem

    192

    Approve

    Kristie Holtz

    Inclusion Facilitator -Extra Days

    Dist.

    19/20 SY

    3 days at per diem

    193

    Approve

    Jane Burkholder

    School Psychologist - Summer Days

    JH

    19/20 SY

    9 days at per diem

    194

    Approve

    Robin Blair

    School Psychologist - Summer Days

    Dist./JH

    19/20 SY

    9 days at per diem

    195

    Approve

    Debra Springer

    School Psychologist - Summer Days

    JH

    19/20 SY

    9 days at per diem

    196

    Approve

    Dawn Eckenrode

    Dean of Students - Summer Days

    SH

    19/20 SY

    8 days at per diem

    197

    Approve

    Kristin Wilson

    Dean of Students                  

    JH

    19/20 SY

     5 days per diem

    198

    Approve

    Dawn Eckenrode

    Completion of Safe School Report prior to 6/30/2019

    SH

    6/12/2019

    Up to 16 hours at $26/hr.

    199

    Approve

    Paul Detwiler Sr.

    Spring Game Worker - Adult

    Dist

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    200

    Approve

    Christopher Basenback

    Volunteer

    FOT

    Retroactive 5/20/2019

     

    201

    Delete Sub

    Christina Shaffer

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist

    Effective 6/13/2019

     

    202

    Delete Sub

    Shelby Burns

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist

    Effective 6/13/2019

     

    203

    Delete Sub

    Lori Patterson

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist

    Effective 6/13/2019

     

    204

    Delete Sub

    Heather Chenault

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist

    Effective 6/13/2019

     

    205

    Delete Sub

    Jessica Reese

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist

    Effective 6/13/2019

     

    206

    Information Only

    Adolph F. Klinger

    Spring Game Worker - Adult

    Dist

     

     

    207

    Information Only

    Jennifer Carney

    Homebound Instructor for student L. M.

    SH

    Retroactive to 12/17/18 rather than 1/22/2019

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 1 hour per week

     

    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Appointment

    Per Board Policy 004.2 Student Representatives to the Board, the board is asked to approve the following Student Representative to the Board for 2019-2020:

     

         Senior Representative: Adam McCoy

      

    1. President's Report - New Business

     

    1. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

     

    1. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer

     

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     





    Wednesday, May 8, 2019

    Special Voting Meeting (Proposed Budget Adoption) - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm
    2. Pledge to Flag
    3. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker
    4. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    Hollidaysburg Area Public Library Board Members:

    • Jim Gehret
    • Andrea Bolan
    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker 
    1. Announcements

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, May 08, 2019 at 6:00pm for personnel. 

    A Committee of the Whole Meeting (for budget discussion only) will take place immediately following this evening's Special Voting Meeting in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg. 

    The next regular meeting of the Board of Directors will be a Committee of the Whole and Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

    1. 2019-2020 Proposed Budget

     Section 687a1 of the PA school code requires school districts to adopt a 2019-2020 Proposed Final General Fund Budget 30 days prior to the adoption of the Final General Fund Budget.

    The budget is scheduled to be approved on June 12, 2019. 

    The Board will have the ability to review and make changes to the 2019-2020 Proposed General Fund Budget until final adoption in June.

    Following tonight's approval of the 2019-2020 Proposed General Fund Budget the Board President will sign certifications to the Department of Education indicating the budget was prepared, presented and made available for public inspection on the appropriate PDE forms. 

    The budget will be made available for public inspection via the district website or may be obtained in person in the Board Secretary's office at 405 Clark Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    1. Resolution Authorizing Proposed Final Budget Display And Advertising and Per Capita Tax Notice

    RESOLVED, by the Board of School Directors of the Hollidaysburg Area School District, as follows:

    The proposed Final Budget of the School District for the 2019-2020 fiscal year on form PDE 2028 as presented to the School Board shall be considered the proposed Final Budget of the School District for the 2019- 2020 fiscal year and shall be made available for public inspection after this date. 

    At least ten (10) days before the date scheduled for adoption of the Final Budget, the Secretary shall advertise Final Budget Notice and Per Capita Tax Notice in substantially the form as presented to the School Board. The Notice shall be advertised once in a newspaper of general circulation and shall be posted conspicuously at the School District offices.

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

     

    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is asked to approve personnel actions.

    NO

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Approve

    Benjamin Caldwell      ADNADMHRDR01

    Human Resource / Transportation Director

    Dist.

    Effective 5/9/19; anticipated start date 5/28/2019 or upon release from current employer; contract term until 6/30/2022

    $68,000/yr. for 19/20 and salary and benefits as outlined in employment contract

    2

    Approve

    Connie Snyder        FSMFKSMNGR01

    From Head Cook FKS FSFFKSCOOK01                                       to Food Service Manager FKS FSMFKSMNGR01

    FKS

    Effective 8/19/19

    $18.20/hr. for 7 hrs./day for 180 days plus $750 annual responsibility factor

    3

    Retire

    Susan Nori

    Part time Health Room Assistant

    CWL

    Effective 6/6/19

    Requests payment for unused sick leave at $30 per day (approx. 50 days)

    4

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    SRP - Scheduling Stipend

    Dist.

    19/20 SY

    $200/yr.

    5

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    SRP - Scheduling Stipend

    Dist.

    19/20 SY

    $200/yr.

    6

    Approve

    Joy Finochio

    Homebound for Student C. F.

    JH

    Retroactive to 11/24/2018

    5 Hours per week at $26/Hr.

    7

    Approve

    Clarisse Spencer    

    Special Education Teacher          TCHCWLSPEC01

    CWL

    Effective 8/22/19 conditional on PDE Certification

    BS 17 $42,710

    8

    Approve

    Connor Hunter                   

    Math Teacher                                         New Position 19/20 SY

    JH

    Effective 8/22/19 conditional on FBI Clearance

    BS 17 $42,710

    9

    Approve

    Suzanne Lloyd

    English Language Arts Teacher

    JH

    Effective 8/22/19

    M 15 $47,410

    10

    Approve

    Emily O'Donnell

    English Language Arts Teacher

    JH

    Effective 8/22/19 conditional on PDE Certification

    BS 17 $42,710

    11

    Approve

     Kelly Jo Hartman

    Choreography - Elementary Drama

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 11/1/19 - 3/29/19

    $300 Stipend paid from student activities account

    12

    Approve

    Brooke Meadows

    Set Coordination - Elementary Drama

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 11/1/19 - 3/29/19

    $300 Stipend paid from student activities account

    13

    Approve

    Jennifer Zbozny

    Stage Manager - Aladdin

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 11/1/19 - 3/29/19

    $450 Stipend paid from student activities account

    14

    Approve

    Jennifer Carney

    Saturday Detentions

    SH

    Retroactive to 10/13/2018

    60 Hours at $26/Hr.

    15

    Approve

    Carol Scarbro

    Homebound for Student S.O.

    SH

    Retroactive to 4/11/2019

    5 Hours at $26/Hr.

    16

    Approve

    Deborah Young

    Substitute Office Paraprofessional/Secretary

    Dist.

    Effective 5/9/2019

    $9.25/ Hr.

    17

    Approve

    Cindy Bennett      

    Food Service Delivery Driver  FSPADMDRVR01

    Dist.

    Effective 5/9/2019

    $16.08/Hr.; less $2.00 New hire

    18

    Retire

    Debra Fay

    PT Paraprofessional

    FKS

    Effective 6/4/2019

     

    19

    Retire

    Paula Rhodes

    2nd Shift Custodian

    FKS

    Effective 9/6/2019

     

    20

    Resign

    David Lommerse

    Food Service Delivery Driver  FSPADMDRVR01

    Dist.

    Effective 4/29/19

     

    21

    Transfer

    John Fisher

    From Assistant Lead at SH CUFSHSCUST03 to Custodian Boiler Operator CUFSHSCUST07

    SH

    Effective 5/9/19

    $18.93/hr. per AFSCME contract

    22

    Transfer

    Dale Klausman

    From SH Custodian 1st and 2nd  CUFSHSCUST09 to Assistant Lead Custodian CUFSHSCUST03

    SH

    Effective 5/9/19

    $18.68/hr. minus .50 new hire 3rd year; plus $1000 responsibility fact plus $200 shift differential per AFSCME contract

    23

    Approve

    Clarisse Spencer    

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 5/9/19

    $90.00 per day

    24

    Resign

    Janey Schwind

    Band Assistant

    SH

    End 18/19 SY

     

    25

    Resign

    Elizabeth Martinsen

    Box Office Manager

    SH

    End 18/19 SY

     

    26

    Approve

    Brandon Harris

    Band Assistant

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    $2,161.37 per Schedule C

    27

    Resign

    Bridget A. Zimmerman

    Student Council Adviser

    SH

    End 18/19 SY

     

    28

    Resign

    Dawn Eckenrode

    Assistant Student Council Adviser

    SH

    End 18/19 SY

     

    29

    Resign

    Kristie Hart

    Scholastic Scrimmage Advisor (Split 40%)

    SH

    Effective 4/29/19

     

    30

    Resignation

    Branden McGarvey

    Assistant Girls Volleyball Coach

    SH

    Retroactive to 4/18/19

     

    31

    Approve

    Amber Walk

    Substitute Fullington Bus Driver

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 4/17/19

     

    32

    Approve

    Steven Burk

    Volunteer

    JH

    Effective 5/9/2019

     

    33

    Approve

    Jason Jones

    Volunteer

    FOT

    Effective 5/9/2019

     

    34

    Approve

    Anthony DeStefano

    Volunteer

    FOT

    Effective 5/9/2019

     

    35

    Approve

    Caitlin Shaffer

    Volunteer

    CWL

    Effective 5/9/2019

     

    36

    Approve

    Kari Onishi

    Volunteer

    CWL

    Effective 5/9/2019

     

    37

    Approve

    Terri Jo Horne

    Volunteer

    FKS

    Effective 5/9/2019

     

    38

    Approve

    Kimberly Sabatini

    Volunteer

    JH/SH

    Effective 5/9/2019

     

    39

    Approve

    Terry Hammel Jr.

    Volunteer

    FKS

    Effective 5/9/2019

     

    40

    Approve

    CiJi Hammel

    Volunteer

    FKS

    Effective 5/9/2019

     

    41

    Approve

    LeAnn Flowers

    Volunteer

    CWL

    Effective 5/9/2019

     

    42

    Information Only - Transfer

    Joy Peterman

    From JH Librarian TCHJHSLIBR01 to Elementary STEM

    Elem.

    19/20 SY

    No change

    43

    Information Only - Transfer

    Marcia Erikson

    From Social Studies to JH Library

    JH

    19/20 SY

    No change

    44

    Information Only - Rate correction

    Constance Feltenberger

    PT 3.5 hour Food Service Worker                 FSPJHSFSWK05

    JH

    Effective 4/18/19

    Should be $13.61/hr. not $13.26 / hr. per AFSCME contract

     

    1. President's Report /Dr. Sommer
    2. New Business
    3. Adjourn to Committee of the Whole / Dr. Sommer

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     




    Wednesday, April 17, 2019

    Committee of the Whole/Voting Meeting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm

     

    1. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    2. Pledge to Flag 
    3. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker 
    4. Recognitions

    2018-2019 Music Festival Participants

    Chorus:

    Rachel Westley – District, Region, All-State

    Aleah Grove – NAfME Eastern Division Honors Mixed Chorus & Carnegie Hall Honors Chorus

    Orchestra:

    Elle McGregor – District, Region, All-State

    John Rose – District, Region, NAfME Eastern Division Honors Orchestra & Carnegie Hall Honors Orchestra (also qualified for All-State)

    Claire Nackley – District, Region, All-State

    Conner Huttonlocher – District, Region, All-State

    Band:

    Adam McCoy – District, Region, All-State

    Rachel Sabatino – District, Region, All-State

    Adam Elder – District, Region, All-State

    Kyle Daugherty – District, Region, & Carnegie Hall Honors Band

    Aidan Bouchard – Carnegie Hall Honors Band

     

    Hollidaysburg Area Music Department:  NAMM Foundation 2019 Best Communities in Music Education

     

    MATHCOUNTS State Level Participants:

    Emily Zhu

    Elizabeth Johnson

    Sarah Huang

    Paul Rose

    Evelyn Tang

    Anthony Zheng

    Joseph Vu

    1. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. Student Representative Report

    Per Board Policy 004.2-Student Representatives to the Board, the following Student Representatives will present reports:

    Student Representatives:

    Maria Murphy, Senior Representative

    Adam McCoy, Junior Representative

     

    1. World Language Presentation
    • Veronique Stern
    • Erin Isenberg
    • Alicia Schmouder
    • Deb Solomon
    • Angela Letizia
    • Raquel Lamelle 
    1. Committee Reports

    Lonna Frye, Policy Committee Chair, will present a report of the April 3, 2019 Policy Committee meeting. 

    Scott Brenneman, Curriculum Committee Chair, will present a report of the April 3, 2019 Curriculum Committee meeting.

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker
    2. Announcements:

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at 6:00pm for personnel.

    The Physical Plant Committee will meet Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at 5:00pm in the Senior High Guidance Career Conference Room, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg PA 

    The next meetings of the Board of Directors will be as follows:

    May 8, 2019 Special Voting Meeting (Proposed Budget Adoption) at 7:00PM in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg PA

    May 8, 2019 Committee of the Whole Meeting (Budget Discussion Only) immediately following the Special Voting Meeting in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site. 

    1. Minutes

     Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following minutes are presented for approval:

     

    February 13, 2019 Committee of the Whole/Voting 

    March 6, 2019 Athletic Committee

    April 3, 2019 Policy Committee

     

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for March, 2019

     

    1. Treasurer's Report

     March 31, 2019 Treasurer's Reports

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $  2,244,590.85  Receipts

    $  6,060,364.65  Total Disbursements

    $12,592,974.87  Ledger Balance

     

    TRUST FUND

    $     121.92 Total Receipts

    $     750.00 Total Disbursements

    $ 55,777.82 Ledger Balance

     

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $258,859.09 Total Receipts

    $143,559.97 Total Disbursements

    $608,761.24 Ledger Balance

     

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $41,434.41 Total Receipts

    $27,352.79 Total Disbursements

    $88,135.47 Ledger Balance

     

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $   71,759.24 Total Receipts

    $   28,900.00 Total Disbursements

    $ 848,617.67 Ledger Balance

     

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $37,722.57 Total Receipts

    $37,720.82 Total Disbursements

    $     664.17  Ledger Balance

     

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,920,739.58 Total Receipts

    $1,898,293.95 Total Disbursements

    $     68,121.23  Ledger Balance

     

    SH STUDENT STORE

    $2,713.08 Total Receipts

    $    -0-       Total Disbursements

    $4,091.28 Ledger Balance

      

    1. List of Payments

    MARCH 31, 2019 LIST OF PAYMENTS

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $4,195,581.52 Total Payments (Check numbers 157793-158026)

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $62,179.25 Total Payments (Check numbers 22935-22949)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $27,352.79 Total Payments (Check numbers 22805-22819)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $28,900.00   Total Payments (Check numbers 3420-3420)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     77,307.93 (Check numbers 260920-260944)

    $1,820,986.02  ACH Disbursements

    $1,898,293.95  Total Payments

    SH SCHOOL STORE

    $ -0- Total Payments

    TRUST FUND

    .00  Total Payments (Check number 522$ 750)

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2018-2019 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

    $7,316,730 Total Invested with 29 Financial Institutions

    $   239,885 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

    1. YTD Expenditures/Revenues

     2018-2019 YEAR-TO-DATE REVENUES & EXPENDITURES

    GENERAL FUND

    $37,816,169.13 Revenues

    $30,490,758.06 Expenditures

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $486,453.17 Revenues

    $215,507.49 Expenditures

      

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $1,255,573.18 Revenues

    $1,124,412.38 Expenditures

     

    TRUST FUND

    $   981.79 Revenues

    $3,000.00 Expenditures

     

    SENIOR HIGH STUDENT STORE

    $ 3,746.68 Revenues

    $   -0-        Expenditures

     

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    Net Balances are reflected in each Student Activity Account

    PAYROLL FUND

    Revenues & Expenses Net to Zero other than Interest Income 

     

    1. Budget Transfers

    2018-2019 BUDGET TRANSFERS

    PERIOD OF MARCH 6, 2019 - APRIL 10, 2019

     

    $  57,389 - General Fund

    $911,589 - Capital Reserve Fund

      

    1. Food Service for February, 2019

    2018-2019 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING FEBRUARY 2019

     

    $(244.98)      February Net Profit

    $14,261.50   Year-to-Date Net Profit

     

    $812,927.31 Assets

    $812,927.31 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

      

    1. Senior High Student Store for February, 2019

    2018-2019 SENIOR HIGH STUDENT STORE PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING FEBRUARY 2019

     

    $1,478.20      February Net Profit

    $1,478.20      Year-to-Date Net Profit

     

    $1,478.20      Assets

    $1,478.20      Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

     

    1. BH-Works (Behavioral Health-Works Screening Program)

    Administration of Behavioral Health-Works Screening for 8th Grade Students in September, 2019.

    1. Contracts:

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Letter of Cooperation with the Garrett Lee Smith Youth Suicide Prevention Grant effective April 17, 2019. No Cost
      This affiliation will provide the HASD with information and resources for school and district staff pertaining to the requirements of Act 71 and youth suicide prevention.  
    2. Letter of Amendment with Garrett Lee Smith Youth Suicide Prevention Grant effective April 17, 2019 through September 29, 2019 
       
    3. Contract with Recreation Resource USA effective April 17, 2019 through April 16, 2020 for a SportsPly #382-403H, Wheelchair Swing Frame Only with to/from hangers, portable plus freight ** Platform and chain not included.  Cost: $1,401
       
    4. Memorandum of Understanding with Claysburg-Kimmel School District to send a nurse with Hollidaysburg Area School District students to the FBLA State Conference from Sunday, April 7, 2019 through Wednesday, April 10, 2019 to administer medication to HASD and CKSD students.  Cost: Shared between districts
       
    5. Memorandum of Understanding with Clarion-Limestone School District to send a nurse with Hollidaysburg Area School District students to the FBLA State Conference from Sunday, April 7, 2019 through Wednesday, April 10, 2019 to administer medication to HASD and Clarion-Limestone students.  Cost: Shared between districts
       
    6. Agreement with Ventura Construction Services, Inc. for the Restore the Roar Fence Replacement Project effective April 17, 2019  Cost: $278,100
       
    7. Memorandum of Understanding with Child Advocates of Blair County effective April 18, 2019 through April 17, 2020 for coordinating mutually beneficial activities to provide effective services for children and families served.  No Cost
       
    8. Appalachia Intermediate Unit - Substitute Teacher Consortium Participation for the 2019-2020 school year Cost:  $500
       
    9. Fixed Fee License Agreement with Spitz, Inc. effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 for video programs  Cost: Blanket Contract
       
    10. Community and School Based Behavioral Health (CSBBH) Commitment to Fidelity Implementation Agreement with Community Care Behavioral Health Organization (CCBH) and Letter of Amendment effective April 17, 2019 through April 17, 2020 for a team delivered behavioral health treatment model to meet student needs  No Cost
       
    11. Agreement with SchoolPointe effective April 17, 2019 through June 30, 2022 for a school district website and mobile application  Total Cost: $15,000
       
    12. Agreement with  OnHand Schools, Inc. effective April 17, 2019 through July 17, 2022 to provide a software-based solution known as EdInsight to manage and share educational and administrative data.  Total Cost:  $56,400 over 39 months
       
    13. Agreement for Services with Rachel's Challenge for a presentation on September 19, 2019 on the events that took place at Columbine High School in hopes of reducing violence in schools  Cost: $5,300

     

    1. Fundraiser

    Per Board policy, 229 - District Fund Raising the following fundraiser is presented for approval: 

    Student Activity Fundraisers:

    Junior High National Junior Honor Society #043

    Ultimate Sub Fundraiser 

    Expected profit: $225

    Time frame:  April, 2019 

    1. Bid Award

    Per Board Policy 610, Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation, the following bid award is recommended:

    Award bid for Safety and Security Window Film and Installation to Kata Window Tinting for 2,468 sq. ft. of Safety and Security Window Film totaling $25,000.00

    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

     

    1. Appalachia IU08 2019-2020 General Operating Budget and Resolution

    The Appalachia IU08 2019-2020 General Operating Budget totals $5,617,395 for both revenues and expenditures representing a 21% increase.

    Hollidaysburg Area School District's contribution for the 2019-2020 school year will increase $393 to $15,739.

    This budget is for IU8 operations only.  The operation of the IU8 special education and non-public programs are funded through a variety of other IU8 separate budgets.

    1. Election of Appalachia IU08 Board Members for 2019-2020

    The Hollidaysburg Area School District shares an IU8 board member seat with Williamsburg-Community School District on a two-year rotating basis.

    The Nominees are:

    • Region III     Claysburg-Kimmel and Spring Cove:
                            Linda Smith, Spring Cove
       
    • Region V       Greater Johnstown School District
                             Cynthia Ahlborn, Greater Johnstown
       
    • Region VIII    Blacklick Valley, Cambria Heights and Northern Cambria
                             Nora Hrubochak, Northern Cambria
       
    • Region X       Bedford County at Large
                            Thomas Bullington, Bedford Area
       
    • Region XI      Somerset County at Large
                            William Pataki, Chestnut Ridge
    1. Budget Presentation No. 4: Benefits

    Presenters: Mr. Roberts and Mrs. Baker

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

     

    1. Curriculum and Instruction Projects 2018-2019 Updates

    Per Board Policy 105 Curriculum Development, the attached Curriculum and Instruction Projects for 2018-2019 are presented for revision.

     

    1. Proposed Curriculum and Instruction Projects for 2019-2020

    Per Board Policy 105 Curriculum Development, the attached Curriculum and Instruction Projects for 2019-2020 are presented for approval. 

    1. Life Track Graduate Survey

    Senior exit survey soliciting student views of our educational program as well as post graduate plans. 

    1. Field Trip Update

    Per Board Policy 121-Field Trips, approval is requested to change the activity and location of a field trip that was approved September 12, 2018 on the Master Field Trip List as follows:

     

    Junior High 7th Grade Field Trip

    Pittsburgh PA

    May 21, 2019 (Pirates Games) 

     

    Change to:

    Junior High 7th Grade Field Trip

    Washington D.C.

    National History, Natural History and National Mall and Monuments

    May 21, 2019

    Cost:  No Change

     

    1. Course Name Changes

    New Name

    Previous Name

    Pre-Honors English Language and Composition 7

    Pre-Honors Eng 7

    CB English Language and Composition 7

    CB English 7

    English Language and Composition 7

    English 7

    Pre-Honors English Language and Composition 8

    Pre-Honors Eng 8

    CB English Language and Composition 8

    CB English 8

    English Language and Composition 8

    English 8

    ACA Concepts in Literature 7

    ACA Reading 7

    Concepts in Literature 7

    Reading 7

    ACA Concepts in Literature 8

    ACA Reading 8

    Concepts in Literature 8

    Reading 8


    1. New Course Proposals

    Math:

    Foundational Math Explorations 7

     

    Math:

    Foundational Math Explorations 8

     

    1. Secondary Textbook Adoption Proposals

    Per Board Policy 108, Adoption of Textbooks, the following textbooks will be on display from April 17, 2019 through May 15, 2019 at the administrative office and will be voted upon the May 15, 2019 Voting Meeting:

     

    Proposed Textbook Adoptions:

    Course:  AP Chemistry/Grades 11 &12

    Title: Chemistry, 10th Edition

    Publisher: Cengage Learning

    Copyright:2018

    Cost:  Not to Exceed $2,400/6-Year Subscription (see attached spreadsheet)

     

    Course: AP Environmental Science/Grades 10-12

    Title: Exploring Environmental Science for AP

    Publisher: Cengage Learning

    Copyright:  2019

    Cost: Not to Exceed $3,975/6-Year Subscription (see attached spreadsheet)

     

    Course: Spanish Level 3/ Grades 10-12

    Title: Avancemos 2

    Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

    Copyright: 2013

    Cost: Not to exceed $2,696/7-Year Subscription (see attached Spreadsheet)

     

    Course: CB Trigonometry/Grades 10-12

    Title:  Algebra & Trig, 10th Edition

    Publisher: Cengage Learning

    Copyright: 2018

    Cost: Not to Exceed $11,944/6 year subscription

     

    1. Emergency Operations Drill

    Jaime Hartline, Dale McCall and Bill Madden will present the plans for an Emergency Operations Drill.

     

    The administration requests board approval to conduct the following:

    • Emergency Operations Training at Frankstown Elementary School on:
      May 13 and 20, 2019
       
    • Emergency Operations Drill at Frankstown Elementary School on:
      June 5, 2019

     

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is asked to approve personnel actions.

    NO

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Retire

    Ruth Smith

    Food Service Manager

    FKS

    Effective 8/16/19

     

    2

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    SRP

    SH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    Increase hours per day from 7 to 7.5 hours; total annual $22,972 for 19/20

    3

    Approve

    Michael Eppolito

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 4/12/19

    7 extra hours at $20.07/hr. (Non-violent Crisis Intervention)

    4

    Approve

    Kenneth Durbin

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 4/12/19

    7 extra hours at $20.07/hr. (Non-violent Crisis Intervention)

    5

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 5/13/19, 5/20/19

    8 extra hours at $20.47/hr. (Emergency Operations Drill training - 4 hrs. per session)

    6

    Approve

    Charles Chaney

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 5/13/19, 5/20/19

    8 extra hours at $20.07/hr. (Emergency Operations Drill training - 4 hrs. per session)

    7

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 5/13/19, 5/20/19

    8 extra hours at $20.07/hr. (Emergency Operations Drill training - 4 hrs. per session)

    8

    Approve

    Michael Eppolito

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 5/13/19, 5/20/19

    8 extra hours at $20.07/hr. (Emergency Operations Drill training - 4 hrs. per session)

    9

    Approve

    Kenneth Durbin

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 5/13/19, 5/20/19

    8 extra hours at $20.07/hr. (Emergency Operations Drill training - 4 hrs. per session)

    10

    Approve

    Michael McAndrew

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 5/13/19, 5/20/19

    8 extra hours at $20.07/hr. (Emergency Operations Drill training - 4 hrs. per session)

    11

    Approve

    Approve Memo of Understanding between HASD and HAEA regarding NMSI summer institute

    See attached memo

    Dist.

    Effective 4/17/19

     

    12

    Approve

    Deb Springer

    School Pyschologist

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 2/1/19

    20 hours @$26/hour;$520

    13

    Approve

    Robin Blair

    School Pyschologist

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 2/1/19

    20 hours @$26/hour;$520

    14

    Approve

    Michelle Lanzendorfer

    Speech Therapist

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 4/8/19

    7.5 hours @ $26/hour; $195

    15

    Approve

    John Albright

    Chaperone of the winter formal dance

    SH

    Retroactive to 3/23/19

    3 hours at $26/hr.

    16

    Approve

    Heather High

    Chaperone of the winter formal dance

    SH

    Retroactive to 3/23/19

    2 hours at $26/hr.

    17

    Approve

    Carol Scarbro

    Homebound for Student L. M.

    SH

    Retroactive to 2/25/19

    4 hours at $26/hr

    18

    Approve

    Jennifer Carney

    Homebound for Student L. M.

    SH

    Retroactive to 2/25/19

    5 hours at $26/hr

    19

    Approve

    Carol Scarbro

    Homebound for Student L. V.

    SH

    Retroactive to 4/4/19

    2 hours at $26/hr.

    20

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    Homebound for Student L. V.

    SH

    Retroactive to 4/4/19

    1 hour at $26/hr.

    21

    Approve

    Cassandra Bookhammer

    Substitute; Grade 6

    CWL

    Effective 4/8/2019 through 5/3/2019

    $90 per day for days 1 to 9; $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    22

    Approve

    Brooke Meadows

    Substitute; Grade 6

    CWL

    Effective 5/6/2019 through end of SY

    $90 per day for days 1 to 9; $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    23

    Approve

    Britteny Hassen

    ESY Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    $26.00 per hour

    24

    Approve

    Nicole Beauchamp

    C&I - NMSI - AP Activity Integration

    SH

    Effective 4-17-19

    $150 Stipend

    25

    Approve

    Rick Imler

    C&I - NMSI - AP Activity Integration

    SH

    Effective 4-17-19

    $150 Stipend

    26

    Approve

    Kevin McCloskey

    C&I - NMSI - AP Activity Integration

    SH

    Effective 4-17-19

    $150 Stipend

    27

    Approve

    Lynette Luke

    C&I - NMSI - AP Activity Integration

    SH

    Effective 4-17-19

    $150 Stipend

    28

    Approve

    Melissa Jack

    C&I - NMSI - AP Activity Integration

    SH

    Effective 4-17-19

    $150 Stipend

    29

    Approve

    Paul Longwell

    C&I - NMSI - AP Activity Integration

    SH

    Effective 4-17-19

    $150 Stipend

    30

    Approve

    Madeline Grenfell

    C&I - NMSI - AP Activity Integration

    SH

    Effective 4-17-19

    $150 Stipend

    31

    Approve

    Mary Ann Moyer

    C&I - NMSI - AP Activity Integration

    SH

    Effective 4-17-19

    $150 Stipend

    32

    Approve

    Derek Trimmer

    C& I - Library Curriculum Rewrite Grade K

    FKS

    Effective 4-17-19

    $200 Stipend

    33

    Approve

    Derek Trimmer

    C&I - Library Curriculum Rewrite Grade 1

    FKS

    Effective 4-17-19

    $200 Stipend

    34

    Approve

    Derek Trimmer

    C&I - Library Curriculum Rewrite Grade 2

    FKS

    Effective 4-17-19

    $200 Stipend

    35

    Approve

    Derek Trimmer

    C&I - Library Curriculum Rewrite Grade 3

    FKS

    Effective 4-17-19

    $200 Stipend

    36

    Approve

    Cathy Breisacher

    C & I - Library Curriculum Rewrite Grade K

    CWL

    Effective 4-17-19

    $200 Stipend

    37

    Approve

    Cathy Breisacher

    C & I - Library Curriculum Rewrite Grade 1

    CWL

    Effective 4-17-19

    $200 Stipend

    38

    Approve

    Cathy Breisacher

    C & I - Library Curriculum Rewrite Grade 2

    CWL

    Effective 4-17-19

    $200 Stipend

    39

    Approve

    Cathy Breisacher

    C & I - Library Curriculum Rewrite Grade 3

    CWL

    Effective 4-17-19

    $200 Stipend

    40

    Approve

    Hannah Hauser

    C & I - JH Word Processing Curriculum Rewrite

    JH

    Effective 4-17-19

    $200 Stipend

    41

    Approve

    Kathy Shaffer

    C & I - JH Word Processing Curriculum Rewrite

    SH

    Effective 4-17-19

    $200 Stipend

    42

    Approve

    Alysha Kachur

    C & I New Course Writing
     Math 9

    JH

    Effective 4/17/19

    $575 Stipend

    43

    Approve

    Richard Imler

    C & I New Course Writing
    Oceanography

    SH

    Effective 4/17/19

    $575 Stipend

    44

    Approve

    Rebecca Zeek

    Costume design for HACT for Aladdin Junior

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 11/1/18

    $375 Stipend

    45

    Resign

    Angela Kittle

    Majorette Advisor

    SH

    Retroactive to 12/13/18

     

    46

    Resign

    Angela Kittle

    Majorette / Band Front Advisor

    JH

    Retroactive to 12/13/18

     

    47

    Resign

    Michael Moore

    JH Head Wrestling Coach

    JH

    Effective 4/5/2019

     

    48

    Approve

    David Wyland

    Assistant Varsity Football Coach

    SH

    Effecttive 19/20 SY

    $4,066.55 per Schedule D

    49

    Retire

    Angela Martz

    Special Education Paraprofessional             ADPFOTPARA06

    FOT

    Last day 6/6/19

     

    50

    Retire

    Robin Myers           

    FT Custodian             CUFFKSCUST03

    FKS

    Effective 5/1/19

     

    51

    Retire

    John C. Snyder

    FT Custodian             CUFSHSCUST07

    SH

    Effective 4/15/19

     

    52

    Retire

    Anna Dively

    PT 5 Hr Paraprofessional

    CWL

    Effective 6/4/2019

     

    53

    Transfer

    Karen Helsel

    From Office Paraprofessional FKS       ADFFKSPARA04                                  to Health Room Secretary JH                      SECJHSSECY01

    JH

    Effective beginning of 19/20 SY

    $16.52/hr. Class 2B, 7.5 hrs./day, 193 days/yr. per AFSCME Sec/Para Contract

    54

    Approve

    Approve Memo of Understanding between HASD and AFSCME regarding health saving account payment for J. Chris Snyder

    See attached memo

    Dist.

    Effective 4/17/19

     

    55

    Approve

    Heather Nackley

    Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 4/18/2019

    $9.25 / hr.

    56

    Approve

    Constance Feltenberger

    PT 3.5 hour Food Service Worker                 FSPJHSFSWK05

    JH

    Effective 4/18/19

    $13.26 / hr.

    57

    Approve

    Arlene Clark

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    19/20 hourly Rate; up to 20 hours

    58

    Approve

    Tracy Lloyd

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    19/20 hourly Rate; up to 20 hours

    59

    Approve

    Kelly Klaiber

    Substitute Teacher

    FOT

    Effective 4/18/2019

    $90.00 per day

    60

    Approve

    Chris Piper

    Substitute Custodian

    Dist.

    Effective 4/18/2019

    $9.25 per hour

    61

    Approve

    Keith Clapper

    Substitute Custodian

    Dist.

    Effective 4/18/2019

    $9.25 per hour

    62

    Approve

    Cecelia StClair

    Substitute Secretary

    Dist.

    Effective 4/18/2019

    $9.25 per hour

    63

    Approve

    Jill Stull

    Substitute Nurse

    Dist.

    Effective 4/18/2019

    $90.00 per day

    64

    Remove

    Joy Bell

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive 4/15/19

     

    65

    Resign

    Frank Craig

    Certified teacher sub

    Dist.

    Resign from teacher sub list retroactive to 3/20/19

     

    66

    Delete

    Danielle Wombacher

    Substitute Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Delete from sub list effective 4/18/19

     

    67

    Approve

    Debra Solomon

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    68

    Approve

    Thomas Kopriva

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    69

    Approve

    David Frazier

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    70

    Approve

    Kenneth Smith

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    71

    Approve

    Richard Hosey

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    72

    Approve

    Theresa Wilkinson

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    73

    Approve

    David Schmelzlen

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    74

    Approve

    Diena Maher

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    75

    Approve

    Rusty Klinger

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    76

    Approve

    Kara Gallagher

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    77

    Approve

    Deborah Faith

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    78

    Approve

    Paul Detwiler, Jr.

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    79

    Approve

    Scott Franco

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    80

    Approve

    Shahir Rayes

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    81

    Approve

    Douglas Reffner

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    82

    Approve

    Linda Jodon

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    83

    Approve

    Veronique Stern

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    84

    Approve

    Carla Dente Firment

    Spring Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    85

    Approve

    Aubrea McIntire

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    86

    Approve

    Evan Petrunak

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    87

    Approve

    Karrie Bower

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    88

    Approve

    Clair Sauerland

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    89

    Approve

    Vincent DeVecchis

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    90

    Approve

    Alex Smith

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    91

    Approve

    Lindsey Everett

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    92

    Approve

    David Heim

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    93

    Approve

    Peyton Pasley

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    94

    Approve

    Trevor Mitchell

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    95

    Approve

    Sierra McClain

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    96

    Approve

    Adam Haduck

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    97

    Approve

    Paige Myers

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    98

    Approve

    Emmalee Claar

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    99

    Approve

    Payton Ruggery

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    100

    Approve

    Abigail Goodman

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    101

    Approve

    Jaden Delerme

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    102

    Approve

    Allison Barton

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    103

    Approve

    Abigail Clayton

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    104

    Approve

    Mason Replogle

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    105

    Approve

    Vincent Franco

    Spring Game Worker-Student

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/26/2019

    Per 18/19 Spring Game Worker Rates

    106

    Approve

    Kevin Smith

    Health and Physical Education Student Teaching Secondary

    SH

    Effective 4/17/2019

     

    107

    Approve

    Thomas Jandora II

    Volunteer

    FOT

    Effective 4/18/2019

     

    108

    Approve

    Erin Rinehart

    Volunteer

    CWL

    Effective 4/18/2019

     

    109

    Approve

    Joni Baraniak

    Volunteer

    JH

    Effective 4/18/19

     

    110

    Approve

    Randi Ferringer

    Volunteer

    CWL

    Effective 4/18/2019

     

    111

    Approve

    Paul Rowe

    Volunteer - Athletics

    Dist

    Effective 4/18/19

     

    112

    Approve

    Joyelle Bickers

    Volunteer

    FKS

    Effective 4/18/19

     

    113

    Approve

    Misty Miller

    Volunteer

    FKS

    Effective 4/18/19

     

    114

    Information Only

    Amber Watson

    Math Teacher LTS

    SH

    Actual start date of 3/19/19 rather than 3/28/19 for the duration of a FMLA leave

     

    115

    Information Only

    Erin Hilling

    Majorette/Band Front Advisor

    JH

    Effective 12/13/18 for Second Semester 18/19 SY rather than 19/20 SY

    $1396.49 Schedule C Rate 18/19 - payment at 50%


    1. President's Report /Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Statement of Rights, Waiver of Hearing and Agreement in the case of student ID# ending in 20
    2. Resolution Urging the General Assembly to Adequately Invest in Public Schools and Students

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Hollidaysburg Area School District urges the General Assembly to take legislative action for public education by increasing basic education funding though the state's fair funding formula; ensuring sufficient resources for special education and career and technical education; and generating the necessary revenues through sustainable, recurring funding sources.

     

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be submitted to the elected senators and representatives of the Hollidaysburg Area School District in the General Assembly, and to the Governor of Pennsylvania. 

    1. Resolution Supporting Statewide Cyber Charter School Funding Reform

     NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Hollidaysburg Area School Board urges its elected officials to support legislation that corrects the tuition for regular and special education to cyber charter schools so that it is  based on the actual costs of educating their students and relieves the financial burden on school districts and taxpayers.

     

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution be submitted to the elected senators and representatives of the Hollidaysburg Area School District in the General Assembly, and to the Governor of Pennsylvania.

    1. First Reading of Policies

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policies are presented for approval of first reading:

    POLICY NUMBER

    NAME

    STATUS

    Policy 121

    Field Trips

    REVIEWED

    Policy 121-AR

    Field Trips

    REVISED

    Policy 204- Attachment

    Trip Request Form

    NEW

    Policy 210

    Use of Medications

    REVISED

    Policy 210-Attachment

    Medication Authorization Form

    NEW

    Policy 308

    Administrative Employment Contract

    REVISED

    Policy 328

    Administrator Wage and Salary

    REVIEWED

    Policy 333

    Professional Development for Administrative and Professional Employees

    REVISED

    Policy 338

    Sabbatical Leave for Professional Employees

    REVIEWED

    Policy 338.1

    Compensated Professional Leaves

    REVIEWED

    Policy 351

    Drug and Substance Abuse (Drug-free workplace)

    REVIEWED

    Policy 351.1

    Drug Law Convictions

    REVISED

    Policy 906

    Public Complaints

    REVISED

     

    1. First Reading of Policies for Deletion

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policies are presented on a first reading for deletion:

     

    Policy 210-A

    Medication Permission Form

    DELETE

    Policy 433

    Professional Development

    DELETE

    Policy 438

    Sabbatical Leave

    DELETE

    Policy 438.1

    Compensated Professional Leaves

    DELETE

     

    1. New Business
    2. Adjourn/Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     



    Wednesday, March 13, 2019

    Committee of the Whole/Voting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm

     

    1. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    2. Pledge to Flag
    3. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker
    4. Public Comment

    Procedural

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. Student Representative Report

    Per Board Policy 004.2-Student Representatives to the Board, the following Student Representatives will present reports.

    Maria Murphy, Senior Representative

    Adam McCoy, Junior Representative

    1. Winter Sports Recognitions

    Information

    • Girls Basketball
    • Wrestling
    • Unified Bocce Ball
    • Hockey
    • Swimming
    • Indoor Track
    1. Recognitions

    Athletic Department Volunteers:

    Professional: Mr. Tim Parnell

                        Student Trainers:

                        Abby Clayton

                        Josh Holsopple

                        Remington Legrand

     

    Pennsylvania Council on Financial Literacy Stock Market Challenge 3rd Place State Champion:  

         Gage Paul

    1. Hollidaysburg Area School District Foundation Report

     Jodie Albarano, Foundation Director

    1. Committee Reports

    Lonna Frye, Athletic Committee Chair will present a report from the March 6, 2019 meeting.

    1. 339-College and Career Readiness

    Presentation

    Mrs. Hully Hoover and Miss Ali Herbaugh wil present information concerning the career guidance plan.

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker

     

    1. Announcements

    Information

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, March 13, 2018 at 6:00PM for personnel.

    The Curriciculum Committee will meet Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 5:00PM and the Policy Committee will meet Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 6:00PM in the Senior High Guidance Career Conference Room, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA. 

    The next regular meeting of the Board of Directors will be a Committee of the Whole scheduled for Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at 7:00PM in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

    1. Treasurer's Reports

    February 28, 2019 Treasurer's Report

    GENERAL FUND

    $ 3,273,767.01  Receipts

    $ 3,035,972.09  Total Disbursements

    $16,408,748.67 Ledger Balance

    TRUST FUND

    $     110.23 Total Receipts

    $         -0-    Total Disbursements

    $ 56,405.90 Ledger Balance

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $ 77,309.30 Total Receipts

    $162,327.07Total Disbursements

    $493,462.12 Ledger Balance

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $19,745.01 Total Receipts

    $13,194.00 Total Disbursements

    $74,053.85 Ledger Balance

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $     1,578.05 Total Receipts

    $     4,417.19 Total Disbursements

    $  805,758.43 Ledger Balance

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $32,211.98 Total Receipts

    $32,209.61 Total Disbursements

    $     662.42  Ledger Balance

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,810,999.50 Total Receipts

    $1,789,930.31 Total Disbursements

    $     45,675.60  Ledger Balance

    SH STUDENT STORE

    $1,478.20 Total Receipts

    $   100.00 Total Disbursements

    $1,378.20 Ledger Balance

     

    1. List of Payments

    FEBRUARY 28, 2019 LIST OF PAYMENTS

    GENERAL FUND

    $1,281,908.55 Total Payments (Check numbers 157588-157792)

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $80,318.05 Total Payments (Check numbers 22920-22934)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $13,194.00 Total Payments (Check numbers 22793-22804)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $4,417.19  Total Payments (Check numbers 3416-3419)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     77,244.65 (Check numbers 260877-260903)

    $1,712,685.66  ACH Disbursements

    $1,789,930.31  Total Payments

    SH SCHOOL STORE

    $100.00 Total Payments (Check numbers 1001-1001)

    TRUST FUND

    $ -0-   Total Payments (Check number)

     

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2018-2019 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

    $7,310,806 Total Invested with 29 Financial Institutions

    $   238,475 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

    1. YTD Expenditures/Revenues

    2018-2019 YEAR-TO-DATE REVENUES & EXPENDITURES

    GENERAL FUND

    $35,771,639.90 Revenues

    $26,018,174.45 Expenditures

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $414,480.29 Revenues

    $186,607.49 Expenditures

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $1,048,801.96 Revenues

    $   978,379.43 Expenditures

    TRUST FUND

    $   859.87 Revenues

    $2,250.00 Expenditures

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    Net Balances are reflected in each Student Activity Account

    PAYROLL FUND

    Revenues & Expenses Net to Zero other than Interest Income

    1. Budget Transfers

    2018-2019 BUDGET TRANSFERS

    PERIOD OF FEBRUARY 7, 2019 - MARCH 5, 2019

     

    $117,078 - General Fund

    1. Food Service for January 2019

    2018-2019 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING JANUARY 2019

     

    $514.86      January Net Profit

    $14,506.48 Year-to-Date Net Profit

    $806,533.83 Assets

    $806,533.83 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

     

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Agreement with Prismworks Technology, Inc. for installation of Server Host 3 Upgrade and Backup SAN Proposal effective March 1, 2019 through May 30, 2019  Cost: $8,000
       
    2. Novell School License Agreement for (1) Novell Open Workgroup Suite FTE School License effective May 1, 2019 through April 30, 2020  Cost:  $11,900.00
       
    3. Affiliation Agreement with Lock Haven University Athletic Training Education Program effective January 16, 2019 through January 16, 2024 to establish a relationship whereby students may receive clinical experience in their area of matriculation. No Cost
       
    4. Agreement with Parchment, Inc. effective May 21, 2019 through June 30, 2020 to provide delivery services of credentials from the credential holding institution (HASD) Cost: $1,767.97
       
    5. Agreement with Slippery Rock University of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Concerning Student Teaching and Practicum effective March 13, 2019 through March 13, 2024 to establish an agreement for student teacher candidates and teaching practicum students to complete a period of actual classroom teaching in an operating public school.  No Cost
       
    6. Letter of Agreement with Alternative Community Resource Program (ACRP) Peer Support Services effective March 13, 2019 through March 13, 2020 to establish an agreement for developing and maintaining positive working relationships with agencies which serve the human service needs of the community.  No Cost
    7. Agreement with Capella University effective April 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 to obtain experiential learning experiences for its students.  No Cost
       
    8. Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit Program Memorandum of Understanding with Juniata College effective February 22, 2019 through February 22, 2020 to establish a Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit Program with the Senior High School Cost: $275/class/student -paid by the school and collected from the students
       
    9. License Agreement with Spitz, Inc. effective April 1, 2019 through March 31, 2069 for Earth, Moon and Sun Cost: $3,650
       
    10. Agreement with UGI Energy Services, LLC. effective September, 2019 through August, 2022 to purchase natural gas commodity Cost: Commodity price plus -$0.39 per Dth basis 
    1. Resolution of Board of School Directors Establishing Fund Balance Policies as required by GASB 54

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED,  that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits the following portion of its June 30, 2019 Capital Reserve Fund Balance as follows:

    BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits $172,000 from the Frankstown Roof Project Committed Fund Balance and transfers $172,000 to the Foot of Ten Roof Project Committed Fund Balance.

    1. Resolution of Board of School Directors Establishing Fund Balance Policies as required by GASB 54

     NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits the following portion of its June 30, 2019 Capital Reserve Fund Balance as follows:

    BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits $395,000 from the Frankstown Roof Project Committed Fund Balance and transfers $395,000 to the Unassigned Capital Reserve Fund Balance.

    1. Bid Award

    Per Board Policy 610, Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation, the following bid award is recommended:

    Restore the Roar Fence Replacement Project

    HASD Tiger Stadium Fence Replacement

    The administration recommends the bid for the Restore The Roar Fence Replacement Project HASD Tiger Stadium Re-Bid be awarded to Ventura Construction Services, Inc., to include the Base Bid, totaling $317,000.00, Alternate Bid #2 Deduct ($12,000) and Alternate Bid #3 Deduct ($26,900). Bid award total $278,100.


    1. Disposal of Surplus Property, Textbooks and Supplies

     

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

     

    1. Request for Student Activity Name Change

     Per Board Policy 618, Student Activity Fund Control:

     

    Former Student Activity Name: 

    TAAD (Tigers Against Alcohol and Drugs) No. 069

     

    New Student Activity Name:

    SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) No. 69

      

    1. Request to Establish New Student Activity Account

     Per Board Policy 618, Student Activity Fund Control:

     

    New Student Activity:  JH Drone Club - No. 89

    Purpose:  To provide students with hands-on opportunities to learn how to responsibly fly drones, as well as program drones using Tynker coding software.  

    1. Student Activity Fundraisers

    Per Board policy, 229 - District Fund Raising the following fundraiser is presented for approval:

     

    Student Activity Fundraisers:

     

    Key Club #066

    Bedford Candies Fundraiser 

    Expected profit: $1,000

    Time frame:  March, 2019 through April, 2019

     

    Hollidaysburg Firearms Club/HFC #88

    Spirit wear Sale/Locker Room Sports

    Various Clothing Items

    Minimal Profit – TBD

    Late March 2019

     

    Hollidaysburg Firearms Club/HFC #88

    Hoagie Meal Cards/Front Street Subs

    Hoagie, bag of chips, & bottle of water

    $8.50 per card - $200

    Late March/Early April 2019

     

    Hollidaysburg Firearms Club/HFC #88

    Stromboli Sale/Claysburg Pizza

    Strombolis & Pizza’s

    $10/$11 per item - $200/$500

    Late March/Early April 2019

     

    1. Donation

    Per Board Policy 702, Gifts, Grants and Donations, the board is being asked to approve donation for the Senior High: 

    • Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh:  Senior High Science Equipment
    1. Capital Reserve Projects

    2018-2019 Capital Reserve Project

     

    1. Stadium Fencing $232,700 Approved-January 2019 

                                     $  46,020 Additional Project Costs

                                      $278,720 Total Project

    • $48,000 from Capital Reserve Fund

    Balance to be contributed from Pillar Project, Restore the Roar and Advertising Funds through the Hollidaysburg Area School District Foundation   

    1. Junior High 36 Wing Entrance Step Replacement and Repair    $10,600
    2. Junior High School 7th Grade Gym Bleachers-Remove 2 Rows  $  8,000
    3. Stadium Home Side Ticket Booth Replacement                           $  6,500

     

    1. Budget Presentation No. 3: Wages & Capital Reserve Projects

    Presenters: Mr. Roberts and Mrs. Baker will present 2019-2020 budgeted wages.

     

                      Mr. Smith will present:

                           2019-2020 Capital Reserve Projects

                           Remaining 5-year project list

                           Funding Options

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

     

    1. 2019-2020 Assessment Options

    Per Board Policy 127 Assessment System, approval is being requested of district-wide assessments that are routinely used within the Hollidaysburg Area School District.

    1. SAT and Advanced Placement Testing Scores

    Maureen Letcher and Mark Harrington will present SAT and Advanced Placement testing scores to the board.

    1. Information Technology Update

    Presenter:

    • Justin Arthur
    1. Curriculum Guides

     

    Per Board Policy 105 Curriculum Development, Policy 106, Guides for Planned Instruction and Policy 107 Adoption of Planned Instruction, the board will be asked to approve the following Curriculum Guides:

    • Art 7
    • Art 8
    1. Water Sample Testing Results

    Mr. Smith will present the results of the water sampling test results.

    1. STEM and Math Presentations

    Creation of Position:

    • Elementary STEM Instructor

    STEM Presentation:  

    • Presenters:
      Dr. Gildea​​​​​​​
      Mr. Madden
      Mr. Trimmer

    Creation of Position: 

    • Junior High Math Teacher

    Math Presentation:

    • Presenters:
      Mr. Heinrich
      Mrs. Craig
    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is asked to approve personnel actions.

     

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    ACTION

    Retirement

    Dwight Straesser

    Human Resources / Transportation Director

    Admin.

    7/1/2019

    Terms per employment contract

     

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 3/15/19

    7 extra hours at $20.47/hr. (Conference)

    Non-bargaining action

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 3/15/19

    7 extra hours at $20.07/hr. (Conference)

    Non-bargaining action

    Approve

    Joy Bell

    PT Business Office Assistant       AMPADMBUSA01

    Dist.

    upon release from current employment

    $20.00 per hour; 5 days per week; 6 hours per day; 12 months

    Non-bargaining action

    Approve

    TBD

    Create new position Math 7-12

    JH

    Effective 19/20 SY

    BS 17 $42,710

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    TBD

    Create new position for Elementary (STEM)

    Dist.

    Effective 19/20 SY

    BS 17 $42,710

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    Homebound for student E. K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 1/28/2019

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Brad Lear

    Transfer from Grade 5 CWL TCHCWL05GR01 to                           Health and Physical Education JH     TCHJHSPHED04

    JH

    Effective 8/22/19

    No change

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Julie Bowser

    Extra Hours for Sports Physicals

    SH

    Retroactive 2/23/19

    $26.00 per hour; 3 1/2  hours

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Nicole Stephan

    ESY Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    $26.00 per hour; up to 20 hours

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Carissa Blair

    ESY Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    $26.00 per hour; up to 20 hours

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Erin Hilling

    ESY Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    $26.00 per hour; up to 20 hours

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Bryan James

    Special Education Instruction

    JH

    Retroactive to 3/12/2019

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Veronica Sell

    C&I Career Conferences

    JH

    Retroactive 2/13/2019

    $26.00 per hour; up to 20 hours

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Tina Peters

    C&I Career Conferences

    JH

    Retroactive 2/13/2019

    $26.00 per hour; up to 20 hours

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Keely Jones

    C&I Career Conferences

    JH

    Retroactive 2/13/2019

    $26.00 per hour; up to 20 hours

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Hully Hoover

    C&I Career Conferences

    SH

    Retroactive 2/13/2019

    $26.00 per hour; up to 20 hours

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    David Herncane

    C&I Career Conferences

    SH

    Retroactive 2/13/2019

    $26.00 per hour; up to 20 hours

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Kimberly Hutsky

    C&I Career Conferences

    SH

    Retroactive 2/13/2019

    $26.00 per hour; up to 20 hours

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Carol Scarbro

    Homebound for student A. K.

    JH

    Retroactive to 3/4/2019

    $26 per hour; up to 5 hours

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Heather High

    Substitute LTS for Health and PE

    SH

    Effective 3/19/19 through 5/29/2019

    $90 per day limited to no more than 20 consecutive days in one assignment

    Teaching Staff Action

    Approve

    Lisa Schultz

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    19/20 hourly Rate; up to 20 hours

    Support Staff Action

    Approve

    Debra Suder

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    19/20 hourly Rate; up to 20 hours

    Support Staff Action

    Approve

    Brenda Kosko-Blyler

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    19/20 hourly Rate; up to 20 hours

    Support Staff Action

    Approve

    Valerie Miles

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    19/20 hourly Rate; up to 20 hours

    Support Staff Action

    Approve

    Betsy Stiffler

    ESY-Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 7/2/2019-7/31/2019

    19/20 hourly Rate; up to 20 hours

    Support Staff Action

    Resign

    Christopher Bennett

    FT Custodian 3rd Shift          CUFSHSCUST08

    SH

    3/15/2019

     

    Support Staff Action

    Approve

    John C. Snyder

    FT Custodian 1st shift Boiler Operator; Unpaid medical leave of absence; CUFSHSCUST07

    SH

    3/14/19 up to 18 months per AFSCME Contract

     

    Support Staff Action

    Approve

    Richard Berkheimer

    FT Custodian 3rd shift               CUFSHSCUST08

    SH

    Effective 3/14/19 or upon release from current employment

    $18.68 / hr. (less $1.50 new hire) = $17.18 plus $300 annual shift diff.

    Support Staff Action

    Approve

    Tina Beatty

    Extra Hours for assisting with Sports Physicals

    SH

    Effective 2/23/19

    3.5 hours at overtime rate

    Support Staff Action

    Retire

    Judy Clapper

    Health Room Secretary

    JH

    6/7/2019

    Class 2B; 10 months, 213 days

    Support Staff Action

    Resign

    Robin Bender

    Student Council Advisor

    CWL

    End of 18/19 SY

     

    Schedule C Action

    Approve

    Kyle Brown

    Sr. High Asst. Boys&Girls Shot/Discus/Javelin

    SH

    Retroactive to 3/4/2019

    Per Schedule D rate of $2,654.53 for 18/19 SY

    Schedule D Action

    Approve

    Elizabeth Nottingham

    Substitute Teacher (IU8 Referral)

    Dist.

    Effective 3/14/2019

    $90.00 per day

    Substitute Action

    Approve

    Deborah Young

    Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 3/14/19

    $9.25 per hour

    Substitute Action

    Approve

    Kelly Hartman

    Guest Teacher Sub

    Dist.

    Effective 3/14/2019

    $90.00 per day

    Substitute Action

    Delete

    Devon Reynolds

    Guest teacher sub

    Dist.

    Delete from teacher sub list retroactive to 3/5/19

     

    Substitute Action

    Resign

    Melissa Laratonda

    Guest teacher sub and AmeriCorps Position

    FOT

    Last day is 3/14/19

     

    Substitute Action

    Delete

    Lisa Lanzendorfer

    Substitute Food Service Worker

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 2/19/19

     

    Substitute Action

    Delete

    Brandee Riggleman

    Substitute Food Service Worker

    Dist.

    Effective 3/14/2019

     

    Substitute Action

    Approve

    Maria Snyder

    Volunteer - Tennis

    SH

    Effective 3/14/19

     

    Volunteer Action

    Approve

    Bryan James

    Volunteer - Jr. High Softball

    JH

    Retroactive to 3/4/2019

     

    Volunteer Action

    Approve

    Dustin Carnel

    Clinical Internship - Spring 2019 with Amy Smearman

    SH

    Effective 3/14/2019

     

    Volunteer

    Approve

    Brittany Mogollon

    Pre-Student Teaching - Elementary Music
    with Mary Villani

    FOT

    Effective 3/14/2019

     

    Volunteer

    Approve

    Lacey Ochs

    Field Experience - Guidance

    CWL

    Effective 3/14/2019

     

    Volunteer

    Approve

    Gail Leonard

    Volunteer

    FOT

    Effective 3/14/19

     

    Volunteer

    Information Only

    Scott Sheehan

    C&I - Orchestra Curriculum

    SH

    Effective 2/13/2019

    Correct Stipend - $133

    Teaching Staff Action

    Information Only

    Stephanie Everett

    C&I Orchestra Curriculum

    SH

    Effective 2/13/2019

    Correct Stipend - $133

    Teaching Staff Action

    Information Only

    Lisa Lanzendorfer

    6-Hour Special Education Paraprofessional                        ADPSHSPARA07

    SH

    Official start date was 2/19/19 not 2/14/19

     

    Support Staff Action

    Information Only

    David Ziegler

    Sr. High Asst. Boys&Girls Shot/Discus/Javelin - DECLINED POSITION

    SH

    Effective 2/14/19

     

    Schedule D Action

    Information Only

    Erin Eckhard

    Transfer from PT SpEd. Para. JH to PT Office Para. CWL     ADPCWLAIDE01

    CWL

    Official start date at CWL was 3/4/19

    From Class 3A $15.87/hr. for 6 hours/day to Class 3C $14.96/hr. for 5 hours/day.

    Support Staff Action

    Information Only

    Joseph Veller

    DECEASED -Fullington Bus Driver

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 3/6/19

     

     

     

    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Second Reading of Policy - TO PROVIDE CORRECT 2ND COPY VERSION

     Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policy is presented for approval on a second reading with revisions:

    • Policy No. 226 Searches - TO PROVIDE CORRECT 2ND COPY VERSION
    1. Second Reading of Policies

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policies are presented for approval on a second reading:

     

    Policy #

    Name

    Status Update

      Policy 142-AR

      Migrant Students

      NEW

      Policy 247-AR

      Hazing - Complaint Form

      NEW

      Policy 623

      Student Debt

      NEW

      Policy 801.1

      Criminal History Record Information -Proper Access,

      Use and Dissemination

      NEW

      Policy 805 - Attach.

      Safe2Say Something Procedures

      NEW

      Policy 805.2 - Attach.

      Threat Assessment Protocol

      NEW

      Policy 815.3

      Crowdfunding

      NEW

      Policy 815.3 Attach.

      Crowdfunding Request Form

      NEW

      Policy 903 - AR

      Public Participation Guidelines

      NEW

      Policy 005

      Organization

      REVISED

      Policy 006

      Meetings

      REVISED 2-15-19

      Policy 103

      Non-discrimination/Discriminatory Harassment-School and Classroom Practices

      REVISED

      Policy 103-Attach. #1, 2, 3

      Report Complaint Form

      REVISED

      Policy 103-Attach. #4

      Complaint Letter Template

      REVISED

      Policy 103.1

      Non-Discrimination-Qualified students with Disabilities

      REVISED

      Policy 104

      Non-Discrimination/Discriminatory Harassment -

      Employment Policies

      REVISED

      Policy 104-Attach.

     

      REVISED

      Policy 108

      Adoption of Textbooks

      REVISED

      Policy 210.1

      Possession/Administration of Asthma

      Inhalers/Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

      REVISED

      Policy 229-AR

      District Fundraising

      REVISED

      Policy 246

      School Wellness

      REVISED

      Policy 247

      Hazing

      REVISED

      Policy 249

      Bullying/Cyberbullying

      REVISED

      Policy 304-AR

      Hiring Procedures for District Employees

      REVISED

      Policy 311

      Reduction of Staff

      REVISED

      Policy 323

      Tobacco/Nicotine

      REVISED

      Policy 335-AR

      Request-Response for FMLA Leave

      REVISED

      Policy 626 - Attach.

      Procurement Procedure Attachment

      REVISED

      Policy 704

      Maintenance

      REVISED

      Policy 707

      Use of School Facilities

      REVISED 3-7-19

      Policy 707 - Attach. #1

      Rental Contract

      NEW 3-7-19

      Policy 707 - Attach. #2

      Planetarium Rental Contract - Individuals

      NEW 3-7-19

      Policy 707 - Attach. #3

      Planetarium Rental Contract - Organizations

      NEW 3-7-19

      Policy 806

      Child Abuse

      REVISED

      Policy 808

      Food Services

      REVISED

      Policy 808-AR

      Food Services

      REVISED

      Policy 903

      Public Participation in Board Meetings

      REVISED

      Policy 904

      Public Attendance at School Events

      REVISED

     

    1. Second Reading of Policies for Deletion

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policy is presented for deletion on a second reading:

     

        Policy 006-AR

       Participation Guidelines

       DELETE

     

    1. Tax Collector Resignation and Appointment

    Per Board Policy 005-Organization:

    Accept the resignation of Duncansville Borough Tax Collector Denise Lloyd effective Sunday, February 10, 2019.  Approve the appointment of Regina Forshey as Duncansville Borough Tax Collector effective Monday, February 11, 2019 through December 31, 2019.

    1. New Business
    2. Adjourn

     

    1. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

     

     




    Wednesday, February 13, 2019

    Committee of the Whole/Voting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm

     

    1. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    2. Pledge to Flag
    3. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker
    4. Recognitions

    Athletic Department Volunteers:

    Professionals: Dr. John Baker                      Student Trainer: Trevor Mitchell

                           Dr. Eric Kephart

                           Dr. Andy Tyndall

                 

    1. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. Student Representative Report

    Per Board Policy 004.2-Student Representatives to the Board, on behalf of the Maria Murphy, Senior Representative and Adam McCoy, Junior Representative, Mrs. Eckenrode will present the monthly student representative report.

    1. Committee Reports

    Policy Committee Chair, Lonna Frye will present a report from the January 23, 2019 Policy Committee Meeting with recommendations. 

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker

     

    1. Announcements

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at 6:00 pm for personnel.

    The Athletic Committee will meet Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. in the Senior High Guidance Career Conference Room, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA. 

    The next regular meeting of the Board of Directors will be a combined Committee of the Whole and Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

      

    1. Minutes:

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following minutes are presented for approval:

    December 5, 2018 Reorganization

    December 12, 2018 Committee of the Whole/Voting

    January 16, 2019 Committee of the Whole/Voting

    January 23, 2019 Policy Committee

     

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for January, 2019 
    2. Treasurer's Reports

    January 31, 2019 Treasurer's Reports

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $ 1,504,594.53  Receipts

    $ 3,795,646.84 Total Disbursements

    $16,170,953.75 Ledger Balance

    TRUST FUND

    $     121.78 Total Receipts

    $         -0-    Total Disbursements

    $ 56,295.67 Ledger Balance

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $162,530.53 Total Receipts

    $130,840.24Total Disbursements

    $578,479.89 Ledger Balance

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $10,060.90 Total Receipts

    $17,078.49 Total Disbursements

    $67,502.84 Ledger Balance

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $    1,749.27 Total Receipts

    $         -0-     Total Disbursements

    $ 808,597.57Ledger Balance

     

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $457,457.33 Total Receipts

    $457,355.76 Total Disbursements

    $        660.05 Ledger Balance

     

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,809,506.32 Total Receipts

    $1,864,226.12 Total Disbursements

    $     24,606.41  Ledger Balance

     

    1. List of Payments

    JANUARY 31, 2019 LIST OF PAYMENTS

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $2,043,211.61 Total Payments (Check numbers 157169-157587)

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $48,534.05 Total Payments (Check numbers 22909-22919)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $17,078.49 Total Payments (Check numbers 22778-22792)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $ -0-  Total Payments (Check numbers)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     77,109.05 (Check numbers 260833-260868)

    $1,842,704.23 ACH Disbursements

    $2,830,034.13 Total Payments

    TRUST FUND

    $ -0-   Total Payments (Check number)

     

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2018-2019 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

     

    $7,308,575 Total Invested with 29 Financial Institutions

    $   230,801 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

    1. YTD Expenditures/Revenues

    2018-2019 YEAR-TO-DATE REVENUES & EXPENDITURES

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $32,850,825.79 Revenues

    $22,595,170.61 Expenditures

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $412,701.40 Revenues

    $182,190.30 Expenditures

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $891,379.38 Revenues

    $813,763.06 Expenditures

    TRUST FUND

    $   749.64 Revenues

    $2,250.00 Expenditures

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    Net Balances are reflected in each Student Activity Account

    PAYROLL FUND

    Revenues & Expenses Net to Zero other than Interest Income

    1. Budget Transfers

    2018-2019 BUDGET TRANSFERS

    PERIOD OF JANUARY 9, 2019 - FEBRUARY 6, 2019

    $158,488 - General Fund

    1. Food Service for December, 2018
    2. Business Office - Financial Reports for January, 2019

    2018-2019 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER 2018

    $  8,748.29 December Net Profit

    $13,991.62 Year-to-Date Net Profit

    $729,042.12 Assets

    $729,042.12 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

    1. Business Office / Mrs. Baker

     

    1. Contracts

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Agreement with Fuller Home Building, Inc., Meadville PA  for the Frankstown Elementary School roof replacement project  Cost: $384,422​​​​​ 
    2. Speaking Agreement with Michael Buckley for a two-day speaking event on April 3, 2019 and April 4, 2019  Cost: $3,500 plus reimbursable costs
       
    3. Healthcare Personnel Staffing Agreement with Adara Healthcare Staffing, Inc. for temporary and permanent placement of health care personnel, including but not limited to nursing personnel effective January 1, 2019 through January 1, 2020 Cost: RN - $35/hr; LPN - $30/hr (Minimum of 4 hours)
       
    4. General Service Agreement with Crossroads Physical Therapy for “As-Needed” Athletic Trainer Services retroactive to January 18, 2019 Cost: $40/hr.
       
    5. Services Agreement with Step by Step Learning, LLC for Title II Professional Development for non-public staff effective February 13, 2019 for services retroactive to July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 Cost: $1,500
       
    6. Linkage Agreement with Peerstar, LLC. to interact collaboratively to ensure that services and interventions are provided to mutual consumers effective February 13, 2019.  No Cost
       
    7. Agreement with Wilkes University to jointly prepare and support new Reading Specialists Internship Program to improve curriculum, instruction and student achievement effective January 16, 2019 through January 15, 2021  No Cost
    1. Donations

    Per Board Policy 702, Gifts, Grants and Donations, the board is being asked to approve donations for the Senior High Student Store from the following companies and individuals:

    • Hometown Market
    • Sheetz​​​​​​​
    • Caden Conway
    • JEMS - Chrissey Wagner
    1. Student Activity Fundraiser

    Per Board policy, 229 - District Fund Raising the following fundraiser is presented for approval:

    Student Activity Fundraiser:

    Senior High Scholastic Scrimmage #32

    PowerHouse Subs Coupon Fundraiser 

    Expected profit: $200-$250

    Time frame:  Feb 15, 2019 - March 8, 2019

    1. Greater Altoona Career and Technology Center Financial Statements and Auditor's Report on Basic Financial Statements for Year Ended June 30, 2018

    Per Board Policy 619-District Audit, GACTC Committee Chairperson will present a brief report on the 2018 GACTC audit report contents.

    1. Greater Altoona Career and Technology Center Auditor's Report on Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards Compliance and Internal Control for Year Ended June 30, 2018

    Per Board Policy 619-District Audit, GACTC Committee Chairperson will present a brief report on the 2018 GACTC audit report contents regarding Federal awards.

    1. Annual Report of the Blair County Schools Health Consortium for Years Ended June 30, 2018 and 2017

    The District participates in a self-funded Health Insurance consortium which includes most Blair county school districts.  The consortium purchases hospital, medical, and drug services as a group providing these services in the most cost effective manner.  The consortium is annually reviewed financially as evidenced by this report.

    1. Bid Rejection

     Per Board Policy 610, Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation, the following bid is recommended for rejection:

    RESTORE THE ROAR FENCE REPLACEMENT PROJECT

    HASD TIGER STADIUM FENCE REPLACEMENT

    1. Federal Program Budget Adjustments

    2018-2019 Budget:

    2018-2019 IU8 ACCESS Grant: $753

    2018-2019 ACCESS:  $29,000

    2018-2019 ACCESS:  $1,357

    2018-2019 IDEA 619:  $4,104

    2018-2019 IDEA:  ($44,680)

     

    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

    1. 2019-2020 Budget Presentation No. 2: Retirement

    Mr. Roberts and Mrs. Baker will present the second 2019-2020 budget presentation on employee retirement costs and the district's long range plan to fund retirement costs.

    1. Finance Discussion
    1. 2018-2019 Financial Report Update and Budget Projections
       
    2. Capital Reserve Project Budget (5-year plan)
       
    3. 5-Year Technology Plan
       
    4. Proposed Fund Balance Resolutions

      a.  Prepare a resolution to transfer $395,000 from the Committed Funds – Roof Project Frankstown to the Unassigned Fund Balance for Capital Reserve projects

      b.  Prepare a resolution to transfer the remaining $172,000 from the Committed Funds Roof Project Frankstown to the Committed Funds Roof Project Foot of Ten.

      c. Use the Retirement Rate Stabilization Fund budgeted amount of $470,970 in the 2018-2019 fiscal year. 
    1. Board of Director's Finance Directives to Administration
    1. Permission for Administration to Assign 2018-2019 possible surplus funds to Capital Reserve Roof Projects if the 8% Fund Balance Maximum per Board Policy is exceeded.
    1. Transfer any additional expenditure savings in the 2018-2019 fiscal year to the capital reserve account using the Assigned fund balance for capital reserve to fund future roof projects.
    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

     

    1. Data Team Summary

    Information, Presentation

    Update on the progress and work of school data teams this year.

    Summary Presenters:

     

    Dr. Endler

    Mr. Harrington

    Mr. Heinrich

    Mr. Keagy

    Mr. Tim Gildea

    Mr. Madden 

     

    1. Field Trip Request

    Per Board Policies 230.1 Student Expenses for Conferences/Competitions and 121 Field Trips,  the following field trip is presented for approval:

     

    Field Trip Request:

    Five Qualifying Students to Sheraton Harrisburg/Hershey Hotel

    March 15 and 16, 2019

    MATHCOUNTS State Competition

    District Cost:  $659

    District-sponsored student clubs/activities are responsible for raising funds to pay for local conferences/competitions. The district will pay for fifty percent (50%) of student expenses for state and national competitions for qualifying student(s) and one hundred percent (100%) of expenses for advisor/coach. The student's share of the expenses may be raised through a personal fundraiser, personal contribution, or sponsorship through a booster organization. If the student club/activity is unable to secure needed funds for local competitions, request may be submitted to the Superintendent or building principal for additional financial support by the district. Approval for such requests is not guaranteed and will be granted upon the discretion of the Superintendent and/or principal. 

    1. Curriculum Guides

    Per Board Policy 105 Curriculum Development, Policy 106, Guides for Planned Instruction and Policy 107 Adoption of Planned Instruction, the board will be asked to approve the following Curriculum Guides:

    Symphonic Wind Ensemble Grades 10-12 

    1. 2019-2020 Summer School Program

    Per Board Policy 124 Summer School, the administration recommends the approval of the 2019 Summer School Program.

    1. Driver's Ed End of Course Skill Test and Driver Test Route

    The district is requesting approval from the Department of Transportation to participate in the Driver Education End-of-Course Skill Test for the 2019-2020 school year.  This approval will continue to allow our PA certified driver's education teacher to administer driver's testing to obtain a PA Driver's License.

    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is asked to approve personnel actions.

    NO

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Approve

    Frank Filkosky

    Unpaid Medical Leave of Absence

    FKS

    Retroactive to 1/25/19 to 6/7/19; to return on 6/10/19

     

    2

    Resign

    Lindsey Eichelberger

    Business Office Assistant

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 1/22/2019

     

    3

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 2/20/19

    3.5 extra hours at $20.47/hr. (Conference)

    4

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 2/20/19

    3.5 extra hours at $20.07/hr. (Conference)

    5

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    SRP

    Dist.

    Effective 2/20/19

    3.5 extra hours at $20.07/hr. (Emergency Op. Plan)

    6

    Approve

    William Madden

    Principal LTS

    FKS

    Extend long term substitute position as principal from 2/13/19 to 6/30/19

    18/19 Teaching Salary plus $107.59/day

    7

    Approve

    Hannah Hauser

    Technology Coach LTS

    SH

    Extend long term substitute position as Technology Coach from 2/13/19 to end 18/19 SY

    Salary plus $4000 Stipend for evening/summer training hours (prorated)

    8

    Approve

    John Albright

    LTS English Teacher

    SH

    Extend Long term substitute position as English teacher from 2/13/19 to the end of the 18/19 SY

    $42,710 entry level teacher rate for LTS who is in for the entire SY

    9

    Resign

    Melanie Nedrich

    Reading Specialist

    JH

    Notice given 1/17/19; effective upon replacement up to 60 days; last day at HASD is 3/15/19

     

    10

    Appove

    Lori McCoy

    Reading Specialist LTS                    TCHJHSREAD03

    JH

    Effective 3/22/19 to the end of the 18/19 SY

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment; full benefits during assignment.

    11

    Approve

    Kathryn Menard

    Speech Therapist

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 1/24/19

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 4 hours

    12

    Approve

    Approve Memo of Understanding between HASD and HAEA regarding early dismissal due to excessive heat

    See attached memo

    Dist.

    Effective 2/14/19

     

    13

    Approve

    Carol Scarbro

    Homebound Instructor for student L. M.

    SH

    Retroactive to 1/22/2019

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 4 hours per week

    14

    Approve

    Jennifer Carney

    Homebound Instructor for student L. M.

    SH

    Retroactive to 1/22/2019

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 1 hour per week

    15

    Approve

    Leona Engle

    Homebound Instructor for student A. H.

    SH

    Retroactive to 1/16/2019

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 3 hours per week

    16

    Approve

    Jaime Ziegler

    Homebound Instructor for student A. H.

    SH

    Retroactive to 1/16/2019

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 2 hours per week

    17

    Approve

    Christie James

    Homebound Instructor for R. P.

    SH

    Retroactive to 11/5/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    18

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    Homebound Instructor for E. K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 11/12/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    19

    Approve

    John Albright

    Sub for SAT Prep

    SH

    Retroactive to 1/12/19

    $26.00 per hour for 4.25 hours

    20

    Approve

    Carol Scarbro

    Homebound Instructor for student  S.O.

    SH

    Retroactive to 1/19/2019

    $26.00 per hour; up to 5 hours per week

    21

    Approve

    Robin Blair

    School Psychologist

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 2/4/19

    $26.00 per hour; up to 18 hours

    22

    Approve

    Debra Springer

    School Psychologist

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 2/4/19

    $26.00 per hour; up to 18 hours

    23

    Approve

    Amber Watson

    Math Teacher LTS

    SH

    Effective 3/28/19 for the duration of a FMLA leave

    $90 per day for days 1 to 9; $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    24

    Approve

    Elaine Baney

    C&I - 8th Grade Art Re-write

    JH

    Effective 2/13/2019

    Stipened - $200

    25

    Approve

    Elaine Baney

    C&I - 7th Grade Art Re-write

    JH

    Effective 2/13/2019

    Stipened - $200

    26

    Approve

    Jacqueline Settimio

    C&I - 8th Grade Art Re-write

    JH

    Effective 2/13/2019

    Stipened - $200

    27

    Approve

    Jacqueline Settimio

    C&I - 7th Grade Art Re-write

    JH

    Effective 2/13/2019

    Stipened - $200

    28

    Approve

    Scott Sheehan

    C&I - Orchestra Curriculum

    SH

    Effective 2/13/2019

    Stipened - $200

    29

    Approve

    Stephanie Everett

    C&I Orchestra Curriculum

    SH

    Effective 2/13/2019

    Stipened - $200

    30

    Resign

    Melanie Nedrich

    Reading Competition Co-advisor

    JH

    Last day 3/15/19

    Salary per Schedule C ($644.06) prorated for co-adviser and up to last day of work 18/19 SY

    31

    Approve

    Megan Murtagh

    Reading Competition Co-advisor

    JH

    3/15/2019

    $644.06 prorated at 50% for co-adviser and prorated for 18/19 SY per start date

    32

    Resign

    Justin Clark

    Assistant Track Coach

    JH

    Retroactive to 1/29/19

     

    33

    Approve

    Thomas Haluska

    Assistant Track Coach

    JH

    Effective 2/14/19

    per Schedule D Rate for 18/19 SY; $2,940.87

    34

    Approve

    David Ziegler

    Sr. High Asst. Boys&Girls Shot/Discus/Jav

    SH

    Effective 2/14/19

    per Schedule D Rate for 18/19 SY; $2,955.04

    35

    Resign

    Douglas Irvin

    Varsity Assistant Football Coach

    SH

    Effective 2/13/19

     

    36

    Approve

    Approve Memo of Understanding between HASD and AFSCME regarding early dismissal due to excessive heat

    See attached memo

    Dist.

    Effective 2/14/19

     

    37

    Approve

    Lisa Lanzendorfer

    6-Hour Special Education Paraprofessional                        ADPSHSPARA07

    SH

    Effective 2/14/19

    $15.87 per hour (minus $1.50 per hour for new hire); Class 3A, 6 hours per day; 180 days per year

    38

    Approve

    David Lommerse

    5.75 hour Food Service Truck Driver

    Dist.

    Extend medical unpaid leave of absence from 2/1/19 to 5/1/19

     

    39

    Approve

    Beverly Wertz

    5 hour Food Service Worker

    SH

    Medical leave of absence 2-13-19 to 5-13-19

    May use paid sick leave up to amount in balance during leave

    40

    Approve

    Angela Bender

    Transfer from 5.0 hour to 5.75 hour Food Service Worker     FSPJHSFSWK06

    JH

    Effective 2/14/19

    No change

    41

    Approve

    Melissa Gisewhite

    Transfer from 3.5 hour to 5.0 hour Food Service Worker     FSPJHSFSWK07

    JH

    Effective 2/14/18

    $13.61/hr.

    42

    Approve

    Erin Eckhard

    Transfer from PT SpEd. Para. JH to PT Office Para. CWL     ADPCWLAIDE01

    CWL

    Effective 2/14/19

    From Class 3A $15.87/hr. for 6 hours/day to Class 3C $14.96/hr. for 5 hours/day.

    43

    Approve

    Debra Suder

    PT 6 hr. Special Education Paraprofessional       ADPJHSPARA19

    JH

    Effective 2/28/19

    Class 3A $15.87/hr. - $1.50/hr. less for new hires

    44

    Delete

    Samantha Floyd

    Guest Teacher Sub

    Dist.

    Effective 2/14/2019

     

    45

    Approve

    Allyce Fogle

    Guest Teacher Sub

    Dist.

    Effective 2/14/2019

    $90.00 per day

    46

    Approve

    Amanda Hammel

    Guest Teacher Sub

    Dist.

    Effective 2/14/2019

    $90.00 per day

    47

    Approve

    Eric Helmer

    Guest Teacher Sub

    Dist.

    Effective 2/14/2019

    $90.00 per day

    48

    Approve

    Amanda Hammel

    Substitute Secretary

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 1/17/19

    $9.25 per hour

    49

    Approve

    Marcy Swisher

    Substitute Secretary

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 2/1/2019

    $9.25 per hour

    50

    Approve

    Andrea Rogers

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    Effective 2/21/2019

    N/A

    51

    Approve

    Deborah Faith

    Winter Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 1/18/19

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    52

    Approve

    Christine Burkey

    Winter Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 2/14/19

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    53

    Approve

    Hully Hoover

    Winter Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 2/14/19

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    54

    Information Only

    Tammy Emery

    Special Education Paraprofessional       ADPFKSPARA14 (Code will need to be transferred to FOT)

    FOT

    Retroactive to 1/17/19

     

    55

    Information Only

    Joseph Piacentini

    IU08 Teacher Sub

    Dist.

    1/24/2019

    Did not accept employment offer due to other FT employment.

    56

    Information Only

    Harley Gable

    3.5-Hour Office Paraprofessional                        ADPJHSAIDE02

    JH

    Official start date effective 1/22/19

     

    57

    Information Only

    Gerald Jackson

    DECEASED -Fullington Bus Driver

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 2/6/19

     


     

    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policy is presented for approval on a second reading:

    • Policy No. 222 Tobacco
    • Policy No. 226 Searche
    1. First Reading of Policies

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policies are presented for approval on a first reading:

     

      Policy 142-AR

      Migrant Students

      NEW

      Policy 247-AR

      Hazing - Complaint Form

      NEW

      Policy 623

      Student Debt

      NEW

      Policy 801.1

      Criminal History Record Information -Proper Access, Use

      and Dissemination

      NEW

      Policy 805 - Attach.

      Safe2Say Something Procedures

      NEW

      Policy 805.2 - Attach.

      Threat Assessment Protocol

      NEW

      Policy 815.3

      Crowdfunding

      NEW

      Policy 815.3 Attach.

      Crowdfunding Request Form

      NEW

      Policy 903 - AR

      Public Participation Guidelines

      NEW

     

     

     

      Policy 005

      Organization

      REVISED

      Policy 006

      Meetings

      REVISED

      Policy 103

      Non-discrimination/Discriminatory Harrasment-School

      and Classroom Practices

      REVISED

      Policy 103-Attach. #1,    

        2,  3

      Report Complaint Form

      REVISED

      Policy 103-Attach. #4

      Complaint Letter Template

      REVISED

      Policy 103.1

      Non-Discrimination-Qualified students with Disabilities

      REVISED

      Policy 104

      Non-discrimination/Discriminatory Harassment
      -Employment Policies

      REVISED

      Policy 104-Attach.

      Report Complaint Form

      REVISED

      Policy 108

      Adoption of Textbooks

      REVISED

      Policy 210.1

      Possession/Administration of Asthma

      Inhalers/Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

      REVISED

      Policy 229-AR

      District Fundraising

      REVISED

      Policy 246

      School Wellness

      REVISED

      Policy 247

      Hazing

      REVISED

      Policy 249

      Bullying/Cyberbullying

      REVISED

      Policy 304-AR

      Hiring Procedures for District Employees

      REVISED

      Policy 311

      Reduction of Staff

      REVISED

      Policy 323

      Tobacco/Nicotine

      REVISED

      Policy 335-AR

      Request-Response for FMLA Leave

      REVISED

      Policy 626 - Attach.

      Procurement Procedure Attachment

      REVISED

      Policy 704

      Maintenance

      REVISED

      Policy 707

      Use of School Facilities

      REVISED

      Policy 806

      Child Abuse

      REVISED

      Policy 808

      Food Services

      REVISED

      Policy 808-AR

      Food Services

      REVISED

      Policy 903

      Public Participation in Board Meetings

      REVISED

      Policy 904

      Public Attendance at School Events

      REVISED

     

    1. First Reading of Policies for Deletion

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policy is presented for deletion on a first reading:

     

       Policy 006-AR

       Participation Guidelines

       DELETE

     

    1. 2019-2020 School Calendar

    Per Board Policy 803 School Calendar, the administration recommends the approval of the 2019-2020 school calendar.

    1. New Business
    2. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

    Information

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     




    Wednesday, January 16, 2019

    Committee of the Whole/Voting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    2. Pledge to Flag
    3. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker
    4. Recognitions

    Restore the Roar Project:

    Hollidaysburg Borough Mayor, Joe Dodson

    Sam Dunkle 

    1. Student Representative Report

    Per Board Policy 004.2-Student Representatives to the Board, the following Student Representatives will present reports:

     

    Maria Murphy, Senior Representative

    Adam McCoy, Junior Representative 

    1. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. Board Member Recognition

    Students will address the board in honor of School Board Member Recognition Month:

     C. W. Longer

    Foot of Ten

    Frankstown

    Junior High

    Senior High 

    1. Senior High Marketing Class Presentation

    The following students in Mrs. Hilling's Senior High Marketing Class will present the plan to establish a Senior High School Student Store:

    Mitch Barton

    Ben Eckard

    Nathan Howells

    Josh Howells

    Hunter Heaton

     

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker

     

    1. Announcements:

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 6:00pm for personnel.

    The Policy Committee will meet Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 6:00pm in the Guidance Career Conference Room of the Senior High School, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg PA.

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a combined Committee of the Whole and Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

    1. Minutes

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following minutes are presented for approval:

     

    October 24, 2014 Committee of the Whole/Voting

    November 14, 2018 Committee of the Whole/Voting

    December 5, 2018 Finance Committee

    1. Financial Statements and Auditor's Report on Basic Financial Statements for Year Ended June 30, 2018

    Per Board Policy 619-District Audit, Dan Bradley from Young, Oakes, Brown and Company will present the Financial Statements and Auditor's Report on Basic Financial Statements for Year Ended June 30, 2018 

    1. Pennsylvania Auditor General Audit Report - July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2017

     Per Board Policy 619-District Audit, the Pennsylvania Department of the Auditor General completed a limited procedures engagement audit for the Hollidaysburg Area School District for the fiscal years covering July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2017.  The audit found that the district properly implemented policies and procedures in the audited areas and complied in all significant respects with relevant requirements.  

     

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for December 2018

     

    1. Treasurer's Reports

    December 31, 2018 Treasurer's Reports

    GENERAL FUND

    $ 3,908,815.01 Receipts

    $ 4,989,475.88 Total Disbursements

    $18,462,006.06 Ledger Balance

    TRUST FUND

    $     104.73 Total Receipts

    $     750.00 Total Disbursements

    $56,173.89 Ledger Balance

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $238,928.50 Total Receipts

    $132,338.10 Total Disbursements

    $546,789.60 Ledger Balance

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $28,658.11 Total Receipts

    $19,008.66 Total Disbursements

    $74,520.43 Ledger Balance

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $    1,499.52 Total Receipts

    $  28,011.30 Total Disbursements

    $806,848.30 Ledger Balance

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $26,485.23 Total Receipts

    $26,483.09 Total Disbursements

    $     558.48  Ledger Balance

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,942,383.88 Total Receipts

    $1,929,244.18 Total Disbursements

    $     79,326.21  Ledger Balance

     

    1. List of Payments

    DECEMBER 31, 2018 LIST OF PAYMENTS

    GENERAL FUND

    $3,106,873.65 Total Payments (Check numbers 156928-157168)

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $46,219.20 Total Payments (Check numbers 22900-22908)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $19,008.66 Total Payments (Check numbers 22764-22777)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $28,011.30 Total Payments (Check numbers 3406-3415)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     77,109.05 (Check numbers 260808-260832)

    $       9,430.90  Group Term Life Transfer

    $1,842,704.23 ACH Disbursements

    $2,830,034.13 Total Payments

    TRUST FUND

    $750.00 Total Payments (Check number 521)

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2018-2019 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

    $7,283,016 Total Invested with 29 Financial Institutions

    $   228,687 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

     

    1. YTD Expenditures/Revenues

    2018-2019 YEAR-TO-DATE REVENUES & EXPENDITURES

    GENERAL FUND (Includes Athletic Fund)

    $31,441,776.38 Revenues

    $18,387,292.38 Expenditures

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $410,745.73 Revenues

    $182,190.30 Expenditures

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $714,680.71 Revenues

    $679,244.05 Expenditure

    TRUST FUND

    $   627.86 Revenues

    $2,250.00 Expenditures

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    Net Balances are reflected in each Student Activity Account

    PAYROLL FUND

    Revenues & Expenses Net to Zero other than Interest Income

      

    1. Budget Transfers

    2018-2019 BUDGET TRANSFERS

    PERIOD OF DECEMBER 7, 2018 - JANUARY 8, 2019

    $279,558.00 - General Fund

    1. Food Service for November, 2018

     2018-2019 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING NOVEMBER 2018

    $6,930.98 November Net Profit

    $5,243.33 Year-to-Date Net Profit

    $726,710.27 Assets

    $726,710.27 Total Liabilities

     

    1. Business Office / Mrs. Baker

     

    1. Contracts:

     Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Agreement for Use of K-9 Unit with Logan Township effective January 16, 2019 to use the Logan Township Police Department K-9 Unit to enter district schools to detect the presence of drugs.No Cost
       
    2. Memorandum of Agreement with Blair Regional YMCA effective January 16, 2019 through June 30, 2019 for a Lifeguard Course for Senior High Students  No Cost
       
    3. Fixed Fee License Agreement with Spitz, Inc. of digital media for Molecularium effective February 1, 2019 through January 30, 2029 Cost: $ 5,150 
       
    4. Contract with Lifetrack Services effective January 16, 2019 through June 30, 2024 for Senior Exit Surveys, Initial Postgraduate Surveys and Graduate Survey 5 years post graduation. Cost:$3,934.00
       
    5. Rental agreement with Character Translations, Inc. for rental of Aladdin Jr. Sets for use in HACT's spring production of Aladdin, Jr. effective March 4, 2019 through March 18, 2019  Cost: $2,150
       
    6. Agreement with Degol Organization effective January 16, 2019 through July 31, 2019  to provide support staff services for a special education student. No Cost  
       
    7. Contract with Trebron Company, Inc. for Sophos Intercept-X End Point Security and Anti-Phishing Toolkit effective February 27, 2019 through February 27, 2022  Cost: $26,839.25
       
    8. Letter of Agreement with UPMC Behavioral Health of the Alleghenies to develop a positive working relationship for consumers requiring behavioral health services including mental health, drug and alcohol treatment or rehabilitation services effective January 16, 2019 through January 15, 2021No Cost 
    9. Donation

     Per Board Policy 702, Gifts, Grants and Donations, the board is asked to approve the following donation from Food Service Solutions:

     

    Food Service Solutions will provide the Hollidaysburg Area Senior High School Student Store with hardware, software, technical support and training for the Point of Sale and Inventory processes. 

    1. Junior Class Fundraiser

     Per Board policy, 229 - District Fund Raising the following fundraiser is presented for approval:

    Class of 2020 - No. 20

    Valentine's Day Carnation Sale

    Sale Date:  TBD

    Estimated profit:  $300

    Use of profit:  Pay for activities that are being proposed by class officers for 2018-2019

    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Book

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

    1. Federal Programs

    2018-2019 Budget:

    2018-2019 School Safety & Security Grant

    Allocation Increase:  $25,000

    1. Creation of Enterprise Fund - Fund #58

    The administration is seeking approval to create an accounting Enterprise Fund - Fund #58 for the Senior High School Store. 

    1. 2018-2019 Capital Reserve Project

    2018-2019 Capital Reserve Project

    Stadium Fencing $232,700

    • $48,000 from Capital Reserve Fund
    • Balance to be contributed from Restore the Roar and Advertising Funds through the Hollidaysburg Area School District Foundation     
    1. 2019-2020 Budget Presentation: Number 1. Debt Service
    2. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

     

    1. Vaping Presentation

    Dr. Letcher and Mr. Harrington will present information concerning vaping.

    1. School Safety Committee

    Mr. Dale McCall will give an update from the School Safety Committee.

    1. New Course Proposal

    Lifeguarding

    1. Course Name Change

    New Name:                            Previous Name:

    STEM Robotics I                       STEM Robotics 

    1. Spring Sports Master Field Trip Schedule

    Per Board Policies 230.1 Student Expenses for Conferences/Competitions and 121 Field Trips, the attached list of student field trips in excess of 150 miles, out of state, or overnight is submitted for approval. 

    *The administration requests authorization for the Superintendent to approve additional trips as needed throughout the 2018-2019 school year resulting from advancement in PIAA school sponsored sports playoffs.

     

    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is asked to approve personnel actions.

    Approve

    Rebecca Kane

    Food Service Manager        FSMJHSMNGR01

    JH

    Effective 1/17/19

    $17.85 / hr. (7 hours per day for 180 days per year)

    Approve

    William Madden

    Principal LTS

    FKS

    Extend long term substitute position as principal from 1/2/19 up to 2/13/19 as needed

    18/19 Teaching Salary plus $107.59/day

    Approve

    Hannah Hauser

    Technology Coach LTS

    SH

    Extend long term substitute position as Technology Coach from 1/2/19 up to 2/13/19 as needed

    Salary plus $4000 Stipend for evening/summer training hours (prorated)

    Approve

    John Albright

    LTS English Teacher

    SH

    Extend Long term substitute position as English teacher from 1/17/19 up to 2/13/19 as needed

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment; full benefits Sept. - end of assignment

    Approve

    Carol Scarbro

    Homebound Instructor for student  A.K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 11/20/18

    $26.00 per hour; up to 5 hours per week

    Aprove

    Jaime Ziegler

    Homebound Instructor for student A.H.

    SH

    Retroactive to 12/11/18

    $26.00 per hour; up to 5 hours per week

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    Homebound Instructor for student T.H.

    SH

    Retroactive to 12/17/18

    $26.00 per hour; up to 5 hours per week

    Approve

    Joy Finochio

    Homebound Instructor for student C.F.

    JH

    Effective 1/16/19

    $26.00 per hour; up to 5 hours per week

    Approve

    Kelli Singer

    Extend Unpaid Childrearing Leave

    CWL

    From 2/19/2019 to return 3/22/2019

     

    Approve

    Lori McCoy

    Extend LTS; Grade 4

    CWL

    Approx. 2/19/19 - 3/22/19

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    Approve Medical Sabbatical

    Kenzie Schneeberger

    Kindergarten Teacher        TCHFKSKDGN02

    FKS

    1/17/19 - end 18/19 SY approx. 6/3/19

    1/2 salary starting 1/16/19 and full benefits

    Approve

    Jade Miller

    LTS Kindergarten Teacher

    FKS

    1/17/19 - end 18/19 SY approx. 6/3/19

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment; full benefits 1/17/19 to end 18/19 SY.

    Approve

    Marcia Erickson

    C &I -Myths & Legends New Course

    JH

    Effective 1/16/2019

    Stipend - $575.00

    Approve

    Julie Bechtel

    C & I - School Improvement

    FOT

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr  $208.00

    Approve

    Craig Shale

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    Lacy Frazier

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    Kristie Clayton

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    Tim Keech

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    Maria Mikolajczyk

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    Jaime Hartline

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    JoAnna Brumbaugh

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    John Wessner

    C & I - School Improvement

    FOT

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    Elaine Baney

    C&I - School Improvement

    JH

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/h $208.00

    Approve

    Sonja Bihary

    C&I - ELA Reading 7th & 8th

    JH

    Effective 1/16/2019

    up to 2.5 hours/$26/hr

    Approve

    Leigh Ann Craig

    C&I - School Improvement

    JH

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    Jill Hileman

    C&I - School Improvement

    JH

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    Alysha Kachur

    C&I - School Improvement

    JH

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    Nicole Stouffer

    C&I - School Improvement

    JH

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    John Yogus

    C&I - School Improvement

    JH

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    Michelle Galo

    C&I - School Improvement

    JH

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Approve

    Tammy Stultz

    C&I - School Improvement

    SH

    Effective 1/16/2019

    8 hours/$26/hr $208.00

    Resign

    Caitin Townsley

    Spanish Teacher

    SH

    Effective 1/9/19

     

    Retire

    Wesley McCloskey

    Health and Physical Education Teacher

    JH

    Effective at the end of the 18/19 school year

     

    Retire

    Deborah Martin

    Reading Teacher

    JH

    Effective at the end of the 18/19 school year

     

    Approve

    Elizabeth Fogal

    Award Tenure

    FKS

    Effective 1/17/19

    Completion of 3 successful years of teaching; per school code

    Approve

    Anna Marie Tomchick

    Award Tenure

    FOT

    Effective 1/17/19

    Completion of 3 successful years of teaching; per school code

    Approve

    Michael Harris

    Head JH Girls' Softball Coach

    JH

    Effective 1/17/2019

    Schedule D rate of $3,091.48 for 18/19 SY

    Approve

    Philip Weichel

    Head Junior Varsity Girls' Softball Coach

    SH

    Effective 1/17/2019

    Schedule D rate of $2,315.69 for 18/19 SY

    Approve

    Jessica Stiffler

    Assistant Junior Varsity Girls' Softball Coach

    SH

    Effective 1/17/2019

    Schedule D rate of $1,878.63 for 18/19 SY

    Approve

    Erick Kozak

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    Per Game Worker Rates

    Approve

    David Schmelzlen

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    Per Game Worker Rates

    Approve

    Jon Szynal

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    Per Game Worker Rates

    Approve

    Harley Gable

    3.5-Hour Office Paraprofessional                        ADPJHSAIDE02

    JH

    Effective 1/17/19

    $14.96 per hour (less $1.50 new hire)=$13.46; Class 3C, 3.5 hours per day; 193 days per year

    Resign

    Sherrie Heist

    FT Secretary 9 mon. 193 days 7.5 hours per day        SECFKSSECY01

    FKS

    Last day of work is 2/7/19

     

    Approve

    Kimberly DeVecchis

    FT Secretary 9 mon. 193 days 7.5 hours per day        SECFKSSECY01

    FKS

    Effective 2/7/19

    $16.51 per hour Class 2A, 7.5 hrs. per day; 193 days per year

    Approve

    Tracy Faduski

         6-Hour Special Education Paraprofessional                        ADPSHSPARA04

    SH

    TBD

    $15.87 per hour minus $1 per hour for new hire = $14.87/hr.; Class 3A, 6 hours per day; 180 days per year

    Approve

    Approve Memos of Understanding between HASD and AFSCME regarding 12 month secretary snow emergency day and trade off time

    See attached memos

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

     

    Approve

    Increase Rate

    Food Service Truck Driver Substitute RATE

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    From $10.25 per hour to $12.00 per hour

    Approve

    Cindy Bennett

    Substitute Food Service Truck Driver

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

     $12.00 per hour

    Approve

    Cindy Bennett

    Substitute Food Service Worker

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    $9.25 per hour

    Approve

    Amanda Hammel

    Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    $9.25 per hour

    Approve

    Dawn McDannell

    Substitute Teacher , All Subject Areas

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/2019

    $90 per Day

    Resign

    Deanna Lowery

    Substitute Food Service Truck Driver and Worker

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 1/1/19

     

    Approve

    Debra Suder

    Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    $9.25 per hour

    Resign

    Diane Bettwy

    Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 1/3/19

     

    Resign

    Jacqueline Cupp

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 1/3/19

     

    Approve

    Janelle Yingling

    Substitute Food Service Worker

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    $9.25 per hour

    Resign

    John Brubaker

    Substitute Custodian

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 1/4/19

     

    Approve

    Lisa Lanzendorfer

    Special Education Paraprofessional Substitute and Food Service Substitute

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    $9.25 per hour

    Approve

    Marcy Swisher

    Special Education Paraprofessional Substitute and Food Service Substitute

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    $9.25 per hour

    Retire

    Mark Shoenfelt

    Substitute Teacher 

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 1/3/19

     

    Resign

    Richard Parker

    Substitute Teacher (Math 7-12; Physics 7-12)

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 12/13/18

     

    Approve

    Sherri Adams

    Substitute Fullington Bus Driver

    Dist.

    Effective 1/16/19

     

    Approve

    Nicole Davison

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    N/A

    Approve

    Laura Bryson

    Volunteer

    FOT

    Effective 1/17/19

    N/A

    Approve

    Marcia Erickson

    Volunteer - Athletics

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/19

    N/A

    Approve

    Lauren DelBiondo

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    Effective 1/17/2019

    $15.87 per hour; Class 3A, 6 hours per day; 180 days per year

    information Only

    Erin Eckhard

    DECLINED SH POSITION - WILL REMAIN AT JH                                                    6-Hour Special Education Paraprofessional                        ADPSHSPARA04

    JH

    Effective 1/8/2019

     

    information Only

    Jessica Stiffler

    Declined position as Head Jr. Varsity Girls Softball Coach (hired at December meeting); wants to be Assistant JV Coach

    SH

    Effective 12/13/18

     

    information Only

    Pamela Holland

    PT Secretary to School Psychologists          SECADMPHYC01

    JH

    Official start date was 12/7/18

     

     

    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. First Reading of Policies

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policies are presented for approval on a first reading:

    • Policy No. 222 Tobacco
    • Policy No. 226 Searches
    1. Resolution to Adopt PSBA Principles for Governance and Leadership

    RESOLVED this 16th day of January, 2019, This Board policy supports the Principles for Governance and Leadership adopted by the Board and signed by individual school directors. Pennsylvania school boards are committed to providing every student the opportunity to grow and achieve. The actions taken by the board ultimately have both short and long-term impact in the classroom. Therefore, school directors collectively and individually will:

     Advocate Earnestly

    • Promote public education as a keystone of democracy
    • Engage the community by seeking input, building support networks, and generating action
    • Champion public education by engaging members of local, state and federal legislative bodies

    Lead Responsibly

    • Prepare for, attend and actively participate in board meetings
    • Work together in a spirit of harmony, respect and cooperation
    • Participate in professional development, training and board retreats
    • Collaborate with the Superintendent as the Team of 10

    Govern Effectively

    • Adhere to an established set of rules and procedures for board operations
    • Develop, adopt, revise and review policy
    • Align decisions to policy
    • Differentiate between governance and management, delegating management tasks to administration
    • Allocate finances and resources
    • Ensure compliance with local, state and federal laws

    Plan Thoughtfully

    • Adopt and implement a collaborative comprehensive planning process, including regular reviews
    • Set annual goals that are aligned with the comprehensive plan
    • Develop a financial plan that anticipates both short and long-term needs
    • Formulate a master facilities plan conducive to teaching and learning

    Evaluate Continuously

    • Utilize appropriate data to make informed decisions
    • Use effective practices for the evaluation of the Superintendent
    • Assess student growth and achievement
    • Review effectiveness of the comprehensive plan

    Communicate Clearly

    • Promote open, honest and respectful dialogue among the board, staff and community
    • Encourage input and support for the district from the school community
    • Protect confidentiality
    • Honor the sanctity of executive session                                                    

    Act Ethically

    • Never use the position for improper benefit to self or others
    • Act to avoid actual or perceived conflicts of interest
    • Recognize the absence of authority outside of the collective board
    • Respect the role, authority and input of the Superintendent
    • Balance the responsibility to provide educational programs with being stewards of community resources
    • Abide by the majority decision

     

    1. New Business
    2. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.




    Wednesday, December 12, 2018

    Committee of the Whole / Voting Meeting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm

     

    1. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    2. Pledge to Flag 
    3. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker 
    4. Welcome New Board Member-Drew Swope

    Announcements, Procedural

    The board and administration would like to welcome board member, Drew Swope who was appointed by the board at the December 5, 2018 Reorganization Meeting.  Mr. Swope was sworn into office this afternoon by a notary public.

    1. Student Report

    Per Board Policy 004.2-Student Representatives to the Board, the following Student Representatives will present reports:

     

    Student Representatives:

    Maria Murphy,Senior Representative

    Adam McCoy, Junior Representative

    1. Recognitions
    • Sierra McClain - PIAA Cross Country Qualifier
    • Golden Tigers Football Team 
    1. Committee Report

    Information

    Mr. Vonada will present the December 5, 2018 Finance Committee Report. 

    1. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.  Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker

    Announcements, Procedural

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 6:00pm for personnel, real estate and litigation.


    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be acombined Committee of the Whole and Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    The Policy Committee will meet Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 6:00pm in the Guidance Career Conference Room of the Senior High School, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available in detail for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site. 

    1. Minutes

    Approve (Roll Call Vote

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following minutes are presented for approval:

     September 12, 2018 Committee of the Whole/Voting

    November 7, 2018 Athletic Committee

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for November, 2018 
    2. Treasurer's Reports

    November 30, 2018 Treasurer's Reports

    GENERAL FUND

    $3,050,299.88 Receipts

    $3,992,492.45 Total Disbursements

    $19,542,666.93 Ledger Balance

    TRUST FUND

    $115.96 Total Receipts

    $750.00 Total Disbursements

    $56,819.16 Ledger Balance

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $71,083.91 Total Receipts

    $211,156.06 Total Disbursements

    $440,199.20 Ledger Balance

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $16,483.19 Total Receipts

    $12,302.05 Total Disbursements

    $64,870.98 Ledger Balance

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $1,693.24 Total Receipts

    $14,419.53 Total Disbursements

    $833,360.08 Ledger Balance

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $44,093.11 Total Receipts

    $44,091.14 Total Disbursements

    $556.34Ledger Balance

    PAYROLL FUND

    $2,872,995.66 Total Receipts

    $2,830,034.13 Total Disbursements

    $66,186.51 Ledger Balance

    1. List of Payments

    NOVEMBER 30, 2018 LIST OF PAYMENTS

    GENERAL FUND

    $1,204,692.37 Total Payments (Check numbers 156711-156786)

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $90,509.79 Total Payments (Check numbers 22887-22899)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $12,302.05 Total Payments (Check numbers 22752-22763)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $14,419.53 Total Payments (Check numbers 3403-3405)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     80,145.34 (Check numbers 260735-260787)

    $2,749,888.79 ACH Disbursements

    $2,830,034.13 Total Payments

    TRUST FUND

    $750.00 Total Payments (Check number 520) 

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2018-2019 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

     

    $7,271,386 Total Invested with 27 Financial Institutions

    $   226,700 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds 

    1. YTD Expenditures/Revenues

    2018-2019 YEAR-TO-DATE REVENUES & EXPENDITURES

    GENERAL FUND (Includes Athletic Fund)

    $27,705,661.47 Revenues

    $14,619,995.47 Expenditures

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $409,044.50 Revenues

    $154,179.00 Expenditures

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $575,269.59 Revenues

    $544,371.12 Expenditures

    TRUST FUND

    $   523.13 Revenues

    $1,500.00 Expenditures

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    Net Balances are reflected in each Student Activity Account

    PAYROLL FUND

    Revenues & Expenses Net to Zero other than Interest Income

    1. Budget Transfers

    2018-2019 BUDGET TRANSFERS

    PERIOD OF NOVEMBER 9, 2018 - DECEMBER 6, 2018

    $103,047.00 - General Fund

    $  35,900.00 – Capital Reserve Fund

    1. Food Service for October, 2018

     

    2018-2019 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING OCTOBER 2018

    $4,095.58 October Net Profit

    $1,687.65 Year-to-Date Net Loss

    $801,997.49 Assets

    $801,997.49 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

    1. Business Office

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Affiliation Agreement with Slippery Rock University Department of Nursing effective December 12, 2018 through December 11, 2023 for university students to receive school health clinical experience.  No Cost
       
    2. Field Experience Agreement with Drexel University for student teaching experience and supervised field experience effective November 14, 2018 through November 13, 2019  No Cost  
       
    3. Parent Agreement with Charles and Ashley Ody to assume student transportation responsibility and liability effective the 2018-2019 school year retroactive to November 27, 2018  Cost:  Current IRS mileage rate reimbursement
       
    4. School Counseling Clinical Experience Agreement with Emporia State University effective January 1, 2019 through May 31, 2019 for school counseling clinical experience.  No Cost
       
    5. Amendment to the Contract with The EADS Group for engineering services related to the Junior High/Senior High Sanitary Sewer Project effective February 14, 2019 to project completion Cost:  $3,484.69
       
    6. Rental Agreement with Grosh Scenic Rentals, Inc. for The Little Mermaid, Jr. for Backdrop and Drapery Rental effective January 24, 2019 through February 3, 2019  Cost: $1,225.16 
       
    7. Agreement with Advantage Resource Group for temporary staffing services for a Book Keeper/Accounting position effective December 13, 2018 through June 13, 2019  Cost:  $29.16/hr
       
    8. Agreement with Eastern Elevator Service & Sales Company to replace the circuit board and repair the Junior High School Elevator which was damaged by water, effective November 20, 2018 through completion of the project  Cost:  $10,500 
    1. Capital Reserve Change Order for JH/SH Sanitary Sewer Project

     Capital Reserve Change Order for the JH/SH Sanitary Sewer Project

    Change Order #02

    Net Deduct ($93,444.20)

      

    1. 2018-2019 Capital Reserve Project

    2018-2019 Capital Reserve Project

    Junior High/Senior High Sanitary Sewer Upgrade Project Net Decrease: ($90,818)

    • Engineering services, EADS Group  $1,380
    • Rental equipment, Advantage Rentals $540
    • Misc supplies, APR Supply Group $2,227
    • Change Order #1 ($1,520)
    • Change Order #2 ($93,445)
    1. Blair County Tax Claim Bureau Repository Bid

    Accept bid from William M. Hess for Map# 02.00-09..-021.05-051 in the amount of $150.

    1. Act 1 Resolution for the 2019-2020 school year

    RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District, makes the following unconditional certifications:

    1. The school district’s various tax levies and other revenue sources will be sufficient to balance the school district final budget for the next fiscal year 2019-2020 based on maintaining current tax rates or increasing tax rates by an amount less than or equal to the Act 1 index applicable to the school district as calculated by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.  This conclusion is based on the school district preliminary budget or other information available to the School Board.
       
    2. The applicable index for the next fiscal year is 2.9%, and the School Board will not for the next fiscal year increase the rate of its real estate tax, or any other tax for the support of public education, by an amount that exceeds the applicable index.
       
    3. The School Board has to date and in the future will comply with the rules set forth in School Code § 687 for adoption of the school district proposed and final budgets for the next fiscal year.
       
    4. The School Board understands that the school district will not be eligible to use Act 1 referendum exceptions for the next fiscal year. 
    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

    1. Bid Award

    Per Board Policy 610, Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation, the following bid is recommended for approval:

    Award Bid for the Frankstown Elementary School Roof Replacement Project to Fuller Home Building, Inc., Meadville PA in the amount of $384,422. 

    1. Student Activity Fundraiser

    Per Board policy, 229 - District Fund Raising the following fundraiser is presented for approval:

    Class of 2020, No. 20

    Chic-Fil-A for 2020

    Chic-Fil-A will donate a certain percent of profits sold to customers who mention Chic-Fil-A for 2020

    Sale Dates:  TBD

    Expected profit: Unknown

    To pay for activities that are being proposed by the class officers for 2018-2019
      

    1. District Credit Card-Limit Increase

    The administration is asking for approval to increase the First Summit Bank district credit card limit from $1,000 to $2,000.  (Purchases are made by the Business Office, with administrative approval.) The increase is required to make overnight accommodations for traveling athletes per hotel requirements of a credit card to hold rooms.

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

    Justin Arthur will provide a status update for the 1:1 project, Chrome Squad, Learning Pathways and other technology initiatives.

    1. New Course Proposals

    New Course Proposals

     

    Sea, Air and Land Engineering Applications

    STEM Robotics II

    STEM Robotics III

    Environmental Science

    Earth Science

    Meteorology

    AP Environmental Science

    AP Studio Art

    Oceanography

     

    1. Course Name Changes

     

    Course Name Changes

     

    New Name                             Previous Name

    Honors Anatomy & Physiology

    Honors Biology II

    STEM Robotics I

    STEM Robotics


    1. Request to Establish New Student Activity Account

    New Student Activity:  HFC (Hollidaysburg Firearms Club) - No. 88

    Purpose:  To promote firearms safety, second amendment/constitutional issues (History), scholarship opportunities for students, discuss gun-related issues/incidents (current events), how gun-related incidents affect society (psychology/sociology).  

     

    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is asked to approve personnel actions.

     

    NO

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Approve

    Elizabeth Knab

    Transfer from Food Service Manager JH to Food Service Manager CWL   FSMCWLMNGR01

    CWL 

    1/2/19

    $20.15/hr. for 7 hrs./day for 180 days /yr. (no extra stipend $750) = $25,389/yr.

    2

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    SRP-Safe Schools In-service Training for Staff

    Dist.

    Effective 12/21/18

    Up to 3 extra hours at regular hourly rate

    3

    Approve

    Michael McAndrew

    SRP-Safe Schools In-service Training for Staff

    Dist.

    Effective 12/21/18

    Up to 3 extra hours at regular hourly rate

    4

    Approve

    Michael Morgan

    LTS; Social Studies Teacher

    JH

    Retroactive to 11/27/18 to 3/5/19

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    5

    Resign

    Tori Maines

    Art Teacher                          TCHFOTARTS01

    CWL / FOT

    Retroactive to 12/1/2018

     

    6

    Approve

    Jessica Miller

    Art Teacher                          TCHFOTARTS01

    CWL / FOT

    Effective 1/2/19 or upon release from current employment

    BS 14 $48,160

    7

    Approve

    Carol Scarbro

    Homebound Instructor for student  L. M.

    SH

    Retroactive to 10/16/18

    $26.00 per hour; up to 5 hours per week

    8

    Approve

    Linda Hilling

    Homebound Instructor for student  S. B.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/7/18

    $26.00 per hour; up to 4 hours per week

    9

    Approve

    Christie James

    Homebound Instructor for student  S. B.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/7/18

    $26.00 per hour; up to 1 hours per week

    10

    Approve

    Linda Hilling

    Homebound Instructor for student  E. K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/7/18

    $26.00 per hour; up to 1 hours per week

    11

    Approve

    Leona Engle

    Homebound Instructor for student  E. K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/7/18

    $26.00 per hour; up to 1 hours per week

    12

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    Homebound Instructor for student  E. K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/7/18

    $26.00 per hour; up to 1 hours per week

    13

    Approve

    Susan Cyran

    Homebound Instructor for student  E. K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/7/18

    $26.00 per hour; up to 1 hours per week

    14

    Approve

    Lauren Ashurst

    Homebound Instructor for student  R. M.

    JH

    Effective 1/2/19

    $26.00 per hour; up to 5 hours per week

    15

    Approve

    Julia McGeary

    Extend Unpaid Childrearing Leave

    FOT

    Extend from 2/14/19 to return beginning of 19/20 SY

     

    16

    Approve

    Chandra Jandora

    Extend Long term substitute

    FOT

    Extend from 2/14/19 to end of 18/19 SY

     

    17

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    SAT Prep Instructor - English

    SH

    12/13/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 27 hours instructional and up to 10 hours preparation; Jan 12, 2019-March 2, 2019

    18

    Approve

    Susan Cyran

    SAT Prep Instructor - Math

    SH

    12/13/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 27 hours instructional and up to 10 hours preparation; Jan 12, 2019-March 2, 2019

    19

    Approve

    Erin Hilling

    Majorette Advisor

    SH

    Effective for second semester 18/19 SY

    $2290.25 Schedule C Rate 18/19

    20

    Approve

    Erin Hilling

    Majorette/Band Front Advisor

    JH

    Effective 12/13/18 for 19/20 SY

    $1438.39 Schedule C Rate 19/20

    21

    Approve

    Jessica Stiffler

    Head Jr. Varsity Girls Softball Coach

    SH

    Effective 12/13/18

    $2439.75 Schedule D Rate 19/20

    22

    Approve

    Rachel Black

    C & I   Elementary Science Committee

    FKS

    Effective 12/13/18

    1 Hour @ $26.00 per hour

    23

    Approve

    Christina Bracken

    C & I   Elementary Science Committee

    FOT

    Effective 12/13/19

    1 Hour @ $26.00 per hour

    24

    Approve

    Summer Carson

    C & I   Elementary Science Committee

    FKS

    Effective 12/13/20

    1 Hour @ $26.00 per hour

    25

    Approve

    Brigitte Donlan

    C & I   Elementary Science Committee

    FOT

    Effective 12/13/21

    1 Hour @ $26.00 per hour

    26

    Approve

    Rob Burkey

    C & I   Elementary Science Committee

    CWL

    Effective 12/13/22

    1 Hour @ $26.00 per hour

    27

    Approve

    Jaime Hartline

    C & I   Elementary Science Committee

    FKS

    Effective 12/13/23

    1 Hour @ $26.00 per hour

    28

    Approve

    Rick Imler

    C & I   Elementary Science Committee

    SH

    Effective 12/13/24

    1 Hour @ $26.00 per hour

    29

    Resign

    Erin Hilling

    Head JH Girls' Softball Coach

    JH

    Effective 12/7/18

     

    30

    Resign

    Rhea Gordon

    6-Hour Special Education Paraprofessional                        ADPSHSPARA04

    SH

    Effective 1/17/19

     

    31

    Approve

    CHARITY COSNER

    6-Hour Special Education Paraprofessional                        ADFFOTPARA01

    FOT

    Effective 1/2/19

    $15.87 per hour (less $1.50 new hire)=$14.37; Class 3A, 6 hours per day; 180 days per year

    32

    Approve

    Arlene Clark

    6-Hour Special Education Paraprofessional                        ADPJHSPARA18

    JH

    Effective 1/2/19

    $15.87 per hour (less $1.50 new hire)=$14.37; Class 3A, 6 hours per day; 180 days per year

    33

    Approve

    Erin Eckhard

    6-Hour Special Education Paraprofessional                        ADPSHSPARA04

    SH

    Effective 1/8/2019

    $15.87 per hour; Class 3A, 6 hours per day; 180 days per year

    34

    Approve

    Approve Memo of Understanding between HASD and AFSCME regarding Make up time due to road closures

    See attached memo

    Dist.

    Effective 12/12/18

     

    35

    Approve

    Maria Snyder

    Substitute Teacher (Grades 4-8 Math; Grades 4-6 All Subjects; Special Ed. K-12)

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/18

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year

    36

    Approve

    Allison Church

    Guest Sub Student Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/18

    $90.00 per day; limited to 20 days per school year

    37

    Resign

    Deborah Faith

    Substitute Secretary    

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 11/15/18

    $9.25 per hour (accepted 12 month employment)

    38

    Approve

    Lenora McGovern

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    39

    Approve

    Lee Baird

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    40

    Approve

    Randy Dodson

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    41

    Approve

    Vince Farabaugh

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    42

    Approve

    Joy Finochio

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    43

    Approve

    Scott Finochio

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    44

    Approve

    Elaine Adams

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    45

    Approve

    Robert Burkey

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    46

    Approve

    Paul Yakymac

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    47

    Approve

    Jaime Zeigler

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    48

    Approve

    Donald Tantius

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    49

    Approve

    Kathryn Mathias

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    50

    Approve

    Loren Hershberger

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    51

    Approve

    Philip Weichel

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    52

    Approve

    Shane Reffner

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    53

    Approve

    Douglas Reffner

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    54

    Approve

    William Fitzgerald

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    55

    Approve

    Jason Clever

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    56

    Approve

    Joseph Greenleaf

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Winter 2018

    Per Game Worker Rates

    57

    Approve

    Corey Seymour

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/2018

    Per Game Worker Rate

    58

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    Winter Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/2019

    Per Game Worker Rate

    59

    Approve

    Ralph "RJ" Albarano

    Fall Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/6/2018

    Per Game Worker Rate

    60

    Approve

    Jason Clever

    Fall Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/24/2018

    Per Game Worker Rate

    61

    Approve

    Frank Kopriva

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/18

    N/A

    62

    Approve

    Lee Ann Aurandt

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/18

    N/A

    63

    Approve

    Mary Ann Zenobia

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/18

    N/A

    64

    Approve

    Andrea Lacki

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/18

    N/A

    65

    Approve

    Aden Myers

    Volunteer - Athletics

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 11/15/18

    N/A

    66

    Approve

    Samuel Baronner

    Volunteer - Athletics

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 11/15/18

    N/A

    67

    Approve

    Courteney Storm

    Volunteer - Athletics

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/18

    N/A

    68

    Approve

    Emma Brown

    Student Teaching - Spring 2019 with Allison Herbaugh - Guidance

    CWL

    Effective 12/13/18

    Emporia

    69

    Approve

    Heather Long

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/18

    N/A

    70

    Approve

    Janice Dibert

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/18

    N/A

    71

    Approve

    David Slocum

    Volunteer

    CWL/JH

    Effective 12/13/18

    N/A

    72

    Approve

    Madison Faith

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    Effective 12/13/18

    N/A

    73

    Information Only

    Mark Woolheater

    Assistant JH Wresting Coach

    JH

    Effective 11/15/2018

    Correct salary should be $1346.16 rather than $1343.16 (Schedule D Rate)


    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Committee Appointments

    Per Board Policy, 000 Local Board Procedures:

    The board president will announce Board Committee Appointments for 2019.

     

    1. New Business
    2. Adjourn

     

    1. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

    Information

     

     



    Wednesday, November 14, 2018

    Committee of the Whole / Voting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm

     

    1. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    2. Pledge to Flag
    3. Roll Call / Mrs. Summerville
    4. Recognitions

    Recognition

    • PIAA Cross Country Qualifier 

    PIAA District 6 Class AAA Team Tennis Champions

    PIAA District 6 Class AAA Singles Tennis Champion

    PIAA District 6 Class AAA Soccer Champions

    • Scholastic Quiz Team :
      Rami Alkhafaji
      Shane Barnes
      Carter Farabaugh
      Jack Hatajik
      Theodore Howard
      Trent Howe
      Christian Johnson
      Derek Kaplan
      Anthony Martinelli
      Kevin Dull
      Susan Cyran and Kristie Hart (Advisors) 
    1. Student Report

    Information

    Per Board Policy 004.2-Student Representatives to the Board, the following Student Representatives will present reports:

    Student Representatives:

    Maria Murphy, Senior Representative

    Adam McCoy, Junior Representative

    1. Public Comment

     Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. Committee Report

    Lonna Frye, Athletic Committee Representative, will present a report of the November 7, 2018 Athletic Committee meeting. 

    1. Hollidaysburg Area School District Foundation Report
    • Jodie Albarano, HASD Foundation Director
    1. Business Office Report / Mr. Roberts

     

    1. Announcements

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 6:00 PM for personnel and litigation.

    The Finance Committee will meet Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 5:00PM in the Senior High School Career Conference Room, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg.

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a Reorganization Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available in detail for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site. 

    1. Minutes

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following minutes are presented for approval:

    July 25, 2018 Committee of the Whole/Voting 

    August 8, 2018 Committee of the Whole/Voting  

    August 15, 2018 Special Voting 

    October 10, 2018 Curriculum Committee

     

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for October, 2018

     

    1. Treasurer's Reports

    October 31, 2018 Treasurer's Reports

    GENERAL FUND

    $7,345,755.73 Receipts

    $3,241,791.25 Total Disbursements

    $20,484,859.50 Ledger Balance

    TRUST FUND

    $112.12 Total Receipts

    $0.00 Total Disbursements

    $57,453.20 Ledger Balance

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $186,435.91 Total Receipts

    $142,251.35 Total Disbursements

    $580,271.35 Ledger Balance

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $28,320.75 Total Receipts

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $1,654.09 Total Receipts

    $0.00 Total Disbursements

    $846,086.37 Ledger Balance

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $30,038.26 Total Receipts

    $30,035.71 Total Disbursements

    $554.37 Ledger Balance

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,849,316.43 Total Receipts

    $1,887,964.00 Total Disbursements

    $23,224.98 Ledger Balance

    $20,201.98 Total Disbursements

    $60,689.84 Ledger Balance

    1. List of Payments

    OCTOBER 31, 2018 LIST OF PAYMENTS

    GENERAL FUND

    $1,446,885.56 Total Payments (Check numbers 156334-156710)

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $61,803.87 Total Payments (Check numbers 22874-22886)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $20,201.98 Total Payments (Check numbers 22731-22751)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check numbers---)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     78,505.93 (Check numbers 260683-260713)

    $1,809,458.07 ACH Disbursements

    $1,887,964.00 Total Payments

    TRUST FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check numbers---)

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2018-2019 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

     

    $7,264,660 Total Invested with 25 Financial Institutions

    $   224,899 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

    1. 2018-2019 Budget Transfers for June 2018

    2017-2018 BUDGET TRANSFERS

    PERIOD ENDING JUNE 2018

    $2,451,229.08 - General Fund

    $60,185.00 - Food Service

    $1,192,012.00 - Capital Reserve

    1. Budget Transfers

    2018-2019 BUDGET TRANSFERS

    PERIOD OF OCTOBER 18, 2018 - NOVEMBER 8, 2018

    $232,176.00 - General Fund

    1. YTD Expenditures/Revenues

    2018-2019 YEAR-TO-DATE REVENUES & EXPENDITURES

    GENERAL FUND (Includes Athletic Fund)

    $24,867,163.94 Revenues

    $  9,859,533.12 Expenditures

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $407,167.24 Revenues

    $139,759.47 Expenditures

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $436,950.93 Revenues

    $331,073.85 Expenditures

    TRUST FUND

    $   407.17 Revenues

    $   750.00 Expenditures

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    Net Balances are reflected in each Student Activity Account

    PAYROLL FUND

    Revenues & Expenses Net to Zero other than Interest Income

    1. Food Service for June 30, 2018 - FINAL

    2017-2018 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING JUNE 2018

    $144,921.21 Year-to-Date Net Profit

    $728,903.41 Assets

    $728,903.41 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

    1. Food Service for September 2018

    2018-2019 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER 2018

    $5,783.23 September Net Loss

    $5,783.23 Year-to-Date Net Loss

    $719,758.99 Assets

    $719,758.99 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

     

    1. Business Office

     

    1. Contracts

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings & 818 Contracted Services, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Memorandum of Understanding with Saint Francis University for field experience and student teaching placements within the district effective January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019  No Cost  
       
    2. Memorandum of Understanding for Cooperative Sponsorship of Wrestling with Bishop Guilfoyle High School for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school years. No Cost 
       
    3. Memorandum of Understanding for Cooperative Sponsorship of Wrestling with Bishop Guilfoyle Junior High School for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school years. No Cost 
       
    4. Maintenance Agreement with Doing Better Business, Inc. (formerly known as WPS) to continue maintenance of 13 black and white copiers effective January 13, 2019 through August 13, 2019.  Cost: $18,784.92
       
    5. Fixed Fee License Agreement with Spitz, Inc. for a 5-year digital media license for Cosmic Christmas beginning December 1, 2018.  Cost:  $2,150
       
    6. Memorandum of Understanding with Family Services, Inc. for counseling and supportive services to enhance safety of students and to provide appropriate support to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and other crimes effective November 14, 2018 through December 31, 2019  No Cost
    7. Special Contractual Agreement with C&S Contract Speech Language Pathology Services, Inc. (d/b/a "Blair Therapies") for speech and language services effective November 15, 2018 through June 30, 2018.  Cost: $65/hr up to 40hrs/week 
       
    8. Memorandum of Understanding with Blair Senior Services, Inc. for the Foster Grandparent Program to help children learn to read, provide one-on-one tutoring and guide children effective January 1, 2019 through August 30, 2021 No Cost
       
    9. Training Program Contract with the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith (ADL) to conduct the "A World of Difference ® Institute Training Program" for student diversity training to be held Friday, December 14, 2018. Cost: $1,000 
       
    10. Quote from Smore for Schools: 15 User Department Software for beautiful, effective, consistent communication for district educators effective November 14, 2018 through November 13, 2019.  Cost:  $999  *This is a quote that will be signed electronically. 
    1. Federal Program Budget Adjustment

    2018-2019 Budget:

    2018-2019 ACCESS:  $75,000

    Allocation Increase

    1. Capital Reserve Project

    Frankstown Generator Replacement:  $34,900

    Frankstown Roof Replacement Design & Permits-Increase Project Amount $1,000 

    1. Student Activity Fundraiser

    Per Board policy, 229 - District Fund Raising the following fundraiser is presented for approval:

    Junior High Magazine Fund , No. 92

    Power House Subs, Sub Coupons

    January, 2019

    Expected profit:  $2.00/coupon

    Fair Share Supplement for Junior High Class Trips

    1. Donation

    Per Board Policy 702, Gifts, Grants and Donations, the board is asked to approve the following donation from HAMPA (Hollidaysburg Arts and Music Parents Association):

    Funding the purchase of one rail tracking system for the senior high auditorium stage to assist district drama students and faculty with theatrical performances. 

    1. Collection Fees Charged to Municipalities for 2019

    The following 2019 fees will be charged to the municipalities for the collection of the following taxes:

    Per Capita:  $.55/bill

    Delinquent Earned Income / Net Profit: 3.5%

    1. Collection Fees Charged by Blair County Tax Collection Bureau effective January 1, 2019

    The following 2019 fees will be paid to the Blair County Tax Collection Bureau for taxes collected on the District's behalf:

    Current & Delinquent Earned Income / Net Profit:  3%

    Flat Rate Occupation Tax effective January 1, 2019:  3%

    (Tax Exempt if income is less than $1,500)

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

     

    1. Veteran's Day Activities

    Dr. Gildea will provide an overview of the 2018 Veteran's Day activities held in our District.

    1. County-Wide In-Service Update
    • Dr. Endler 
    1. Future Ready PA Index

     Dr. Gildea and Dr. Endler will present information on the Future Ready PA Index

    1. Curriculum and Instruction Projects Update
    • Dr. Endler 
    1. Comprehensive Plan

     The Pennsylvania Department of Education requires that all school districts submit a Comprehensive Plan every three years.  As a Phase III district, the Hollidaysburg Area School District has completed the Comprehensive Plan which has been on display since October 16, 2018.  Upon approval of the Board of School Directors, this plan will be submitted to the Department of Education.

      

    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is asked to approve personnel actions.

     

    NO

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    Extra hours for range/weapon cleaning

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/26/18

    5.5 hours at regular hourly rate

    2

    Approve

    Michael McAndrew

    Extra hours for range/weapon cleaning

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/26/18

    5.5 hours at regular hourly rate

    3

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    Extra hours for range/weapon cleaning

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/26/18

    5.5 hours at regular hourly rate

    4

    Approve

    Charles Chaney

    Extra hours for range/weapon cleaning

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/26/18

    5.5 hours at regular hourly rate

    5

    Approve

    Devany Laratonda

    Long Term Substitute Teacher Special Education (PK-8)   TCHFOTSPEC05

    FOT

    Retroactive to 11/6/18 for duration of a medical leave approx. 4/17/19

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    6

    Approve

    Robert Valeria

    C & I - School Improvement

    JH

    Retroactive to 8/14/18

    3 hours @$26/hour;$78

    7

    Approve

    Kathleen Benoit

    Keystone Remediation Teacher - Biology (Winter & Spring)

    SH

    11/15/2018

    1 Hour per week; plus 2 hours prep; for 2 weeks; $26.00 per hour

    8

    Approve

    Holly Mercer

    Keystone Remediation Teacher - Literature (Winter & Spring)

    SH

    11/15/2018

    1 Hour per week; plus 2 hours prep; for 2 weeks; $26.00 per hour

    9

    Approve

    Kristin Wilson

    Keystone Remediation Teacher - Algebra 1 (Winter & Spring)

    SH

    11/15/2018

    1 Hour per week; plus 2 hours prep; for 2 weeks; $26.00 per hour

    10

    Approve

    Dennis Kenepp

    Salary and Benefit Agreement; Computer Technician  TNPADMTECH03

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2018 to 6/30/2022

    4 year agreement .40, .40, .35, .35

    11

    Approve

    Thomas Gutshall

    Salary and Benefit Agreement; Computer Technician   TNPADMTECH02

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2018 to 6/30/2022

    4 year agreement .40, .40, .35, .35

    12

    Approve

    Mark Mitchell

    Salary and Benefit Agreement; Computer Technician  TNPADMTECH04

    Dist.

    Effective 7/1/2018 to 6/30/2022

    4 year agreement .40, .40, .35, .35

    13

    Transfer

    Amber Walters

    Principal Secretary FT, Class 2A  SEFJHSSECY02

    JH

    Effective 11/15/2018

    From 6 hour per day; 193 days per year to 7.5 hours per day; 261 days per year; Class 2A minus $1/hr. new hire = $15.51/hr.

    14

    Transfer

    Tina Beatty

    Student Service Secretary Health Room                SEFSHSSECY03

    SH

    Effective 11/15/2018

    From 6 hour per day; 193 days per year Office Para. Class 3C  to 7.5 hours per day; 193 days per year; Class 2B  = $16.17/hr.

    15

    Approve

    Pamela Holland

    PT Secretary to School Psychologists          SECADMPHYC01

    JH

    11/15/2018 or upon release from current employment

    $16.17 per hour  minus $.50 for 3rd year new hire = $15.67/hr. ; Class 2B; 6 hrs. per day for 193 days/yr.

    16

    Approve

    Deborah Faith

    Extra pay for Sports Physicals

    SH

    Retroactive to 10/24/18

    3 hours at regular hourly rate

    17

    Transfer

    Jennifer Hileman

    Office Paraprofessional         ADPFKSAIDE01

    FKS

    Effective 11/15/2018

    From 3.5 hour per day at JH to 6 hour per day FKS; 193 days per year Office Para. Class 3C; = $14.96/hr. minus .50/hr. 3 year hire.= $14.46/hr.

    18

    Approve

    TRACY HINISH

    Substitute Secretary/Office Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Effective 11/15/2018

    $9.25 per hour

    19

    Approve

    Raquel Lemelle

    Junior Class Advisor           

    SH

    Retroactive for 18/19 school year

    $3491.24 Schedule C Rate for 18/19

    20

    Approve

    Julie Bowser (School Nurse)

    Extra hours for sports physicals

    SH

    Retroactive to 10/24/18

    3 hours at $26.00 per hour

    21

    Approve

    Douglas Reffner; Cory Seymour

    7th Grade Boys' Basketball Coach

    JH

    Effective 11/15/18

    $2081.13 (split 50/50)

    22

    Approve

    Mark Woolheater

    Assistant JH Wresting Coach

    JH

    Effective 11/15/2018

    $1343.16 Schedule D Rate

    23

    Approve

    Michael Moore

    JH Head Wresting Coach

    JH

    Effective 11/15/2018

    $2706.06 Schedule D Rate

    24

    Approve

    Joel Redfoot

    Fall Game Worker-Adult

    Dist.

    Fall 2018

    Per Fall Game Worker Rates

    25

    Delete

    Samantha Floyd

    Guest Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Effective 11/15/2018

     

    26

    Approve

    Samantha Radford

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Effective 11/15/18

    N/A

    27

    Approve

    Brittany Madden

    Volunteer - Parent

    Dist.

    Effective 11/15/18

    N/A

    28

    Approve

    Dalton Long

    Volunteer - Athletics

    Dist.

    Effective 11/15/18

    N/A

    29

    Approve

    Parker Grigg

    Volunteer - Athletics

    Dist.

    Effective 11/15/18

    N/A

    30

    Approve

    Madison Hileman

    Student Teaching - Spring 2019 with Laura Frederick - English

    SH

    Effective 11/15/2018

    Drexel

    31

    Approve

    Alyssa Wertman

    Student Teaching - Spring 2019 with Lacy Frazier - Elementary

    FKS

    Effective 11/15/2018

    Liberty University

    32

    Information Only

    David Lauback

    Math Teacher                                 TCHSHSMATH01 & TCHJHSMATH01

    JH/SH

    Start 8/27/18; one day without pay on 8/31/18.

    BS Level 16 ; $44,560

    33

    Information Only

    Tracy Hinish

    Special Education Paraprofessional Substitute           

    SH

    Effective 7/31/2018

    No longer getting extra pay at reg. rate up to 3 hrs./wk. to ride van with student

    34

    Information Only

    Valerie Mackey

    Guest Sub Teacher - Did not accept employment with HASD

    Dist.

    Effective 10/25/2018

    $90.00 per day

    35

    Information Only

    Tasha Walls

    3.5 Hour Food Service Worker      FSPJHSFSWK04

    Should be JH not SH

    Effective 1/2/2019

    $15.61 per hour less $2.00 new hire=$13.61

     

    1. President's Report

    Subject

    1. Board Member Resignation

     

    Board Member Jim Gregory presented a letter dated November 9, 2018, resigning his position as a member of the Board of Directors, effective November 11, 2018. 

    Per Board Policy No. 004, Local Board Procedures, the administration recommends that the board officially accept Jim Gregory's resignation, thanking him for his service as a member of the Board.

    The process to declare the position vacant and appoint a replacement to fill the unexpired term will take place at the December 5, 2018 Reorganization meeting. 

    1. New Business
    2. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     



    Wednesday, October 24, 2018

    Committee of the Whole / Voting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm

     

    1. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    2. Pledge to Flag 
    3. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker 
    4. Student Report

    Information

    Per Board Policy 004.2-Student Representatives to the Board, the following Student Representatives will present reports:

     

    Student Representatives:

    Maria Murphy, Senior Representative

    Adam McCoy, Junior Representative

     

    1. Recognition

    The following individuals are being recognized for helping to make the Frankstown Playground vision become a reality:

     

    FRANKSTOWN

    Mike Pope

    Katrina Pope

    Nicci Hemminger

    Kaleen Wolfe

    Brenda Carles

    Amber Lewis

    Tami Hinish

    Guardians of the Children

     

    The following individuals are being recognized for their hard work and dedication improving the Foot of Ten playground:

    FOOT OF TEN

    Amy Van Kleunen

    Heather DeStefano

    Robin Ritchey

    Pam Jones

    Jodie Albarano

    Wendi Naugle

    Tony and Doreen Luther

    Jamie Ritchey

    Stacy Anderson

    Amanda Seelye

    Andrea Rogers

     

    1. Committee Report

    Curriculum Committee Representative, Scott Brenneman, will present a report of the October 10, 2018 Curriculum Committee meeting.

    1. Public Comment

    Procedural

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker
    2. Announcements

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 6:00PM for personnel.

    The Athletic Committee will meet Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 5:00PM in the Senior High School Career Conference Room, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg.

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a Committee of the Whole and Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available in detail for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

     

    1. Minutes

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following minutes are presented for approval:

    June 13, 2018 Committee of the Whole/Voting

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for September, 2018

     

    1. Treasurer's Reports

    September 30, 2018 Treasurer's Reports

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $7,768,688.39 Receipts

    $5,536,472.40 Total Disbursements

    $16,380,895.02 Ledger Balance

     

    TRUST FUND

    $86.93 Total Receipts

    $0.00 Total Disbursements

    $57,341.08 Ledger Balance

     

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $97,410.04 Total Receipts

    $142,461.63 Total Disbursements

    $536,086.79 Ledger Balance

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $8,627.57 Total Receipts

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $1,359.61 Total Receipts

    $49,416.66 Total Disbursements

    $844,432.28 Ledger Balance

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $34,780.86 Total Receipts

    $34,775.08 Total Disbursements

    $551.82 Ledger Balance

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,823,768.26 Total Receipts

    $1,802,558.62 Total Disbursements

    $61,872.55 Ledger Balance

    $1,087.85 Total Disbursements

    $52,571.07 Ledger Balance

    1. List of Payments

    SEPTEMBER 30, 2018 LIST OF PAYMENTS

    GENERAL FUND

    $ 132,854.40 Fiscal Year 2017-18 (Check numbers 156183-156333)

    $3,639,731.18 Fiscal Year 2018-19 (Check numbers 156065-156330)

    $3,772,585.58 Total Payments

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $54,390.06 Total Payments (Check numbers 22858-22873

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $1,087.85 Total Payments (Check numbers 22726-22730)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $49,416.66 Total Payments (Check numbers 3401-3402)

    TAX OFFICE GENERAL FUND

    $1,082.64 Total Payments (Check numbers 5867-5869)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $ 53,553.73 (Check numbers 260635-260664)

    $1,749,004.89 ACH Disbursements

    $1,802,558.62 Total Payments

    TRUST FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check numbers---)

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2018-2019 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

    $6,414,671 Total Invested with 25 Financial Institutions

    $ 223,158 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

    1. YTD Expenditures/Revenues

    2018-2019 YEAR-TO-DATE REVENUES & EXPENDITURES

    GENERAL FUND (Includes Athletic Fund)

    $18,496,970.75 Revenues

    $ 6,252,480.45 Expenditures 

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $405,328.82 Revenues

    $139,759.47 Expenditures 

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $230,203.26 Revenues

    $188,731.96 Expenditures

    TRUST FUND

    $ 295.05 Revenues

    $ 750.00 Expenditures 

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    Net Balances are reflected in each Student Activity Account 

    PAYROLL FUND

    Revenues & Expenses Net to Zero other than Interest Income 

    1. Budget Transfers

    2018-2019 BUDGET TRANSFERS

    THROUGH OCTOBER 17, 2018 

    General Fund - $1,468,848

    1. Business Office

     

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings & 818 Contracted Services, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Fair Share Plan for Multi-District Classes *Host District:  Spring Cove School District effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021  Cost:  Prorated, based on the multi-district class roster
       
    2. Heartland Payment Systems Agreement for Nutrikids Cafeteria Point of Sale Software/License from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019.  Cost $2,272
       
    3. Referral, Communication and Transfer Agreement with Impact Counseling (Revised) to provide drug and alcohol services as well as outpatient mental health services effective October 24, 2018 through the June 30, 2019.  No Cost
       
    4. Maintenance Contract with McCartney's, Inc. for Frankstown - 11/1/2018 to 11/1/2019 Cost: $.071 per black and white copies (includes all parts, drum, labor and toner)
       
    5. Maintenance Contract with McCartney's Inc. for Senior High - 11/1/2018 to 11/1/2019  Cost:  .0399 per black and white copies (includes parts, drum, labor and toner)
       
    6. Computer & Peripheral Products Parts Only Tier Self-Maintainer Agreement with HP Inc. effective October 24, 2018 through December 31, 2049  No Cost
       
    7. Interscholastic Unified Sports Memorandum of Understanding with Special Olympics Pennsylvania for Unified Indoor Bocchi effective October 24, 2018 through June 30, 2019.  No Cost

     

    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

    1. Donation

    Per Board Policy 702, Gifts, Grants and Donations, the board is being asked to approve a donation from George and Gwen Henry of trees for the Junior High School.

    1. Federal Program Budget Adjustments

    Approve (Roll Call Vote)

    2017-2018 BUDGET

    2017-2018 Title I    ($44,783)

    2017-2018 Title 19  ($3,002)

    2017-2018 ACCESS  $8,071

    2017-2018 IU8 ACCESS ($10,000)

     

    2018-2019 BUDGET

    2018-2019 Title I  ($22,225)

    2018-2019 Title II   ($15,286)

    2018-2019 Title IV  $32,346

    2017-2018 Title I (Carryover) $44,783

    1. Resolution of Board of School Directors Establishing Fund Balance Policies as required by GASB 54

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED,  that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits the following portions of its June 30, 2018 Capital Reserve Fund Balance as follows:

    BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits $145,000 from the Frankstown Roof Project Assigned Fund Balance and transfers $145,000 to the Frankstown Roof Project Committed Fund Balance.

    1. Resolution of Board of School Directors Establishing Fund Balance Policies as required by GASB 54

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED,  that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits the following portions of its June 30, 2019 Capital Reserve Fund Balance as follows:

    BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits $222,000 from the Uncommitted Capital Reserve Fund Balance and transfers $222,000 to the Frankstown Roof Project Committed Fund Balance. 

    1. Resolution of Board of School Directors Establishing Fund Balance Policies as required by GASB 54

     NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED,  that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits the following portions of its June 30, 2019 Capital Reserve Fund Balance as follows: 

    BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits $178,000 from the Uncommitted Capital Reserve Fund Balance and transfers $178,000 to the Foot of Ten Roof Project Committed Fund Balance.

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

     

    1. Comprehensive Plan 28-day Public Display
    2. Annual Plan

    The Annual Plan contains goals and and anticipated outcomes established by our district leaders for the 2018-2019 school year.

    1. Winter Sports Master Field Trip List

    Per Board Policies 230.1 Student Expenses for Conferences/Competitions and 121 Field Trips, the attached list of student field trips in excess of 150 miles, out of state, or overnight is submitted for approval.  

    *The administration requests authorization for the Superintendent to approve additional trips as needed throughout the 2018-2019 school year resulting from advancement in PIAA school sponsored sports playoffs. 

    1. New Course Proposal Update: Chrome Squad

    The department and certification requirements have been revised.

    1. Bus Routes

    Per Board Policy 810 Transportation, the Board is being asked to approve the 2018-2019 bus routes.

    2018-2019 Maxwell Transportation Routes

    2018-2019 Fullington Bus Company Routes

    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is asked to approve personnel actions.

     

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    Retire

    Candice Himes

    Food Service Manager FSMCWLMNGR01

    CWL

    1/1/2019

     

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    SRP‐Safe School Meeting

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/4/2018

    .5 hours at regular hourly rate

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    Conference‐Family Reunification Annex Creation: EOP Workshop for Schools

    Dist.

    12/4/2018

    Conference From 9:00 ‐ 3:00PM plus travel (if applicable)

    Resign

    Delta States

    Confidential Secretary‐Human Resources
    CSFADMHRSE01

    Admin.

    10/23/2018

     

    Approve

    Carol Clapper

    Transfer from Principal Secretary at Junior High    SEFJHSSECY02   to Confidential Secretary‐Human Resources
    CSFADMHRSE01

    Admin.

    10/25/2018

    $18.16 per hour

    Resign

    Alison Stroz

    Grade 5 Teacher TCHFOT05GR04

    FOT

    10/25/2018

     

    Approve

    Susanne Brunelli

    LTS; Grade 5

    FOT

    11/5/2018 to end of 18/19 SY

    $25,000 prorated or
    $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days;
    $40,860/yr. prorated or
    $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    Approve

    Jade Miller

    LTS; F/T Day to Day Elementary Substitute

    Dist.

    1/4/2019 to end of 18/19 SY

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year

    Approve

    David Lauback

    Math Teacher TCHSHSMATH01 & TCHJHSMATH01

    JH/SH

    Retroactive to beginning of 18/19 SY

    BS Level 16 ; $44,560

    Approve

    Erin Hilling

    Special Education Services

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/13/2018

    Up to 5 hours at $26.00 per hour

    Approve

    Joseph Krupka

    Construction consulting for set design for Senior High Drama Spring and Fall Plays

    SH

    10/25/2018

    $400 per play; paid out of student activities account

    Approve

    Tina Cunningham

    Consulting for costume design for Senior High Drama Spring and Fall Plays

    SH

    10/25/2018

    $400 per play; paid out of student activities account

    Approve

    Clark McCready

    Unified Indoor Bocce Coach ‐ SH Aevidum Club

    JH/SH

    10/25/2018

    $1000 ‐ Funds paid by Special Olympics

    Approve

    Susan Cyran

    Saturday Detention

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/29/2018

    3 hours at $26.00 per hour ($78)

    Approve

    Clark McCready

    Dance Chaperone

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/29/2018

    3 hours at $26.00 per hour ($78)

    Approve

    Benjamin Fogle

    Dance Chaperone

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/29/2018

    3 hours at $26.00 per hour ($78)

    Approve

    David Herncane

    PSAT Coordinator

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/8/2018

    6 hours at $26.00 per hour ($156)

    Approve

    Carol Scarbro

    Homebound Instructor for student T.H.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/25/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    Approve

    Linda Hilling

    Homebound Instructor for student S.B.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/07/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    Approve

    Christie James

    Homebound Instructor for student S.B.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/07/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    Approve

    Christina Bracken

    C & I ‐ SWPBS

    FOT

    Retroactive to 8/25/18

    5.5 hours
    @$26/hour;$143

    Approve

    RJ Albarano

    C & I ‐ School Improvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/6/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    Approve

    Robert Burkey

    C & I ‐ School Improvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/6/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    Approve

    Melissa Hatch

    C & I ‐ School Improvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/6/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    Approve

    Sarah Palazzi

    C & I ‐ School Improvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/6/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    Approve

    Caitlyn Tay

    C & I ‐ School Improvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/6/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    Approve

    Lauren Wharton

    C & I ‐ School Improvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/6/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    Approve

    Richard Imler

    C & I ‐ Evening Planetarium Presentations

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/20/18

    Stipend $500

    Resign

    Joel Redfoot

    Junior High Boys' Basketball Coach

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/10/2018

     

    Resign

    Joel Redfoot

    Junior Varsity Girls' Softball Coach

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/10/2018

     

    Resign

    Homer DeLattre

    Winter Strength Room Coordinator

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/11/2018

     

    Resign

    Steven Shiffler

    Assistant Junior High Wrestling Coach

    JH

    Retroactive to 10/17/2018

     

    Approve

    Clark McCready

    Winter Strength Room Coordinator

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $2,300.00

    Approve

    Donald Tantius

    Re‐appointment as SH Head Girls' Track Coach

    SH

    10/24/2018

    $5,754.17

    Resign

    Kathy Shaffer

    FBLA Co‐Advisor

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/29/2018

     

    Approve

    Linda Hilling

    FBLA Advisor

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/29/2018

    was split w/ Kathy Shaffer; assuming full position‐ Pay at 100%

    Approve

    Christine Burkey

    7th Grade Field Trip Coordinator

    JH

    10/25/2018

    $515.00

    Approve

    Tina Peters

    Junior High Activities Coordinator

    JH

    10/25/2018

    $1,179.22

    Approve

    Dawn Eckenrode

    Fall Game Worker (adult)

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/7/2018

    Per Fall Game Worker Rate

    Approve

    David Chesney

    Fall Game Worker (adult)

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/14/2018

    Per Fall Game Worker Rate

    Approve

    Scott Schultz

    Fall Game Worker (adult)

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/7/2018

    Per Fall Game Worker Rate

    Approve

    Dean Adams

    Fall Game Worker (adult)

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/7/2018

    Per Fall Game Worker Rate

    Approve

    David Ziegler

    Fall Game Worker (adult)

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/7/2018

    Per Fall Game Worker Rate

    Approve

    Suzanne Lascoli

    Fall Game Worker (adult)

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/7/2018

    Per Fall Game Worker Rate

    Approve

    Philip Weichel

    Fall Game Worker (adult)

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/27/2018

    Per Fall Game Worker Rate

    Retire

    Judy Ferriell

    Special Education Secretary SEFADMSPEC01

    Dist.

    12/12/2018; last day of work is 10/26/2018

     

    Retire

    Deborah Walters

    Special Education Paraprofessional ADFFOTPARA01

    FOT

    1/1/2019

     

    Retire

    Christina Hite

    Special Education Paraprofessional ADPFOTPARA03

    FOT

    12/21/2018

     

    Resign

    Janell Yingling

    3.5 Hour Food Service Worker FSPJHSFSWK04

    JH

    12/20/2018

     

    Approve

    Leigh Wesner

    Transfer from Secretary‐ Assistant Superintendent   SEFADMDRCI01 to Secretary‐Director of Special Education
    SEFADMSPEC01

    Admin

    11/15/2018

    $16.87 per hour ($1.50 less new hire); Class 1A,
    7.5 hours per day; 12 months per year (no
    change)

    Approve

    Deborah Faith

    Transfer from Student Services Secretary in Health Room SEFSHSSECY03   to Secretary to Assistant Superintendent SEFADMDRCI01

    Admin.

    11/15/2018

    $16.87 per hour; Class 1, Group A; 7.5 hours per day; 12 months

    Approve

    Tammy Emery

    6‐Hour Special Education Paraprofessional

    FKS

    Retroactive to 10/1/18

    $15.87 per hour (less
    $1.50 new hire)=$14.37; Class 3A, 6 hours per day; 180 days per year

    Approve

    Rosa Castrechini

    2 Hour Food Service Worker FSPSHSFSWK02

    SH

    10/25/2018

    $15.61 per hour less $2.00 new hire=$13.61

    Approve

    Tasha Walls

    3.5 Hour Food Service Worker FSPJHSFSWK04

    SH

    1/2/2019

    $15.61 per hour less $2.00 new hire=$13.61

    Approve

    Joyce Lowe

    Substitute Teacher (IU8 referral)

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $90.00 per day

    Approve

    Joseph Piacentini

    Substitute Teacher (IU8 referral)

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $90.00 per day

    Approve

    Ronnie Scheeler

    Substitute Teacher (IU8 referral)

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $90.00 per day

    Approve

    Joy Bell

    Guest Sub Teacher

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $90.00 per day

    Approve

    Alyssa Kustenbauder

    Substitute Teacher (Biology 7‐12)

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year

    Approve

    Justin Beigle

    Substitute Teacher (Social Studies 7‐12)

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year

    Approve

    Devany Laratonda

    Substitute Teacher (PK‐4)

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year

    Approve

    Valerie Mackey

    Guest Sub Teacher

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $90.00 per day

    Approve

    Deanna Lowery

    Food Service Substitute

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $9.25 per hour

    Approve

    Elizabeth Corey

    Food Service Substitute

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $9.25 per hour

    Approve

    Increase Rate

    Food Service Truck Driver Substitute RATE

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    From $9.25 per hour to
    $10.25 per hour

    Approve

    Deanna Lowery

    Food Service Truck Driver Substitute

    Dist.

    10/25/2018

    $10.25 per hour

    Resign

    Peter Knepp

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/14/2018

     

    Resign

    Tracy Hinish

    Special Education Paraprofessional Substitute

    SH

    7/31/2018

    Extra pay at reg. rate up to 3 hrs./wk. to ride van with student

    Resign

    Tina Cunningham

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/17/2018

     

    Resign

    Marie Link

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/1/2018

     

    Resign

    Michael Kuntz Miller

    Special Education Paraprofessional Substitute

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/2/2018

     

    Approve

    Susan McFarland

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/13/18

    N/A

    Approve

    Melissa Buss

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/14/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Lisa McKerrow

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/18/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Tammie Lingenfelter

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/18/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Suzi Brannock

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/18/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Tami Hinish

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/20/2018

    n/a

    Approve

    Mari Ann Eberhart

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/25/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Dianna Termin

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/25/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Amy Jo Langenbacher

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/25/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Catherine Richards

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/25/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Jennifer Mallery

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/27/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Mollie Bradford

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/28/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Lacey Yinkey

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/2/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Heather Bianconi

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/9/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Tara Callahan‐Henry

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/10/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Nicole Seiner

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/15/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Cheyenne McIntyre

    Volunteer‐Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/19/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Olivia Partner

    Volunteer‐Dance/Drill Team

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/25/2018

    N/A

    Approve

    Daryl Lanzendorfer

    Substitute Fullington Bus Driver

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/26/2018

    N/A

    Information Only

    April Taneyhill

    Special Education Paraprofessional Building change FKS to JH ADPJHSPARA07

    JH

    Retroactive to 9/17/2018

     

    Information Only

    Brenda Smith‐Graham

    Special Education Paraprofessional‐ Building change JH to FOT                                 From
    ADPJHSPARA18  to
    ADPFOTPARA03

    FOT

    1/2/2019

    No change in rate

    Information Only

    Lindsey Griffith

    C & I ‐ SWPBS ‐REMOVE

    FOT

    Retroactive to 8/25/18

    5.5 hours
    @$26/hour;$143

    Information Only

    Patricia Sohmer

    Assistant Cheerleading Co‐Advisor

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/13/18

    split position 50/50;
    Salary 50% of $4981.41

    Information Only

    Ashley Young

    Assistant Cheerleading Co‐Advisor

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/13/18

    split position 50/50;
    Salary 50% of $4981.41

     

    1. President's Report

     

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policy is presented for approval on a second reading:

    • Policy 705.2  Standard Operating Procedures for Persons Authorized to Use Weapons 
    1. Travel Accident Insurance
    • Basic Coverage is free to all board members
    • 24hr Coverage is optional.  **See rates on enrollment form.
      If you choose this option, please complete the enrollment form, submit the form and a check for the appropriate amount made payable to HASD General Fund to Linda Conway by     November 16, 2018. 
      Coverage begins December 1, 2018.
    • If you wish to update/change your beneficiary form, please complete and return the form to Linda Conway, Business Office, as soon as possible.  
    1. New Business
    2. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

    Information

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     



    Wednesday, September 12, 2018

    Committee of the Whole/Voting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm

     

    1. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    2. Pledge to Flag
    3. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker
    4. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    • Hollidaysburg Area Public Library Representative, Janet Eldred 
    1. Student Report

    Information

    Student Representatives:

    Maria Murphy, Senior Representative

    Adam McCoy, Junior Representative 

    1. Recognition

    Nicole Stouffer and Allison Arbuckle will recognize Junior High Quiz Team participants for Nationals Placement

    • Derek Kaplan
    • Sarah Partsch
    • Erika Salisbury
    • Safwaan Ahmer
    • Jack Werstil
    • Mark McCoy
    • Paul Rose 
    1. Presentation: Sideline Cancer Club

    Discussion, Information

    • Sierra Lombardi will give a brief summary of the Sideline Cancer Club along with a video presentation. 
    1. Presentation: 2017 Pennsylvania Youth Survey (PAYS) Results
    • Hully Hoover will present a summary of the 2017 Pennsylvania Youth Survey (PAYS) results. 
    1. Presentation: Life Track Senior Exit Survey

    Discussion, Information, Presentation

    • Dr. Gildea, Dr. Letcher and Mr. Harrington will present a summary of the results from the Life Track Senior Exit Survey. 
    1. Hollidaysburg Area School District Foundation

    Information

    • Jodie Albarano, HASD Foundation Director will present the HASD Foundation's quarterly report. 
    1. Committee Report: Physical Plant Committee
    • Mr. Yoder, Physical Plant Committee Member, will present a report of the August 8, 2018 Physical Plant Committee meeting.
    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker
    2. Announcements

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 6:00pm for personnel.
     

    The Curriculum Committee will meet Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 6:00PM in the Guidance Career Conference Room of the Senior High School, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg PA.

    The next scheduled board meeting will be a combined Committee of the Whole and Voting Meeting on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available in detail for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site. 

    1. Minutes

    Approve (Roll Call Vote)

    Per Board Policy 006-Meetings, approval of the following minutes:

     

    August 8, 2018 Physical Plant Committee

    May 9, Special Voting Meeting

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for August, 2018

     

    1. Treasurer's Reports

    August 31, 2018 Treasurer's Reports

    GENERAL FUND

    $9,094,419.27 Receipts

    $3,236,479.75 Total Disbursements

    $14,148,679.03 Ledger Balance

    TRUST FUND

    $110.66 Total Receipts

    $750.00 Total Disbursements

    $57,254.15 Ledger Balance

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $188,552.02 Total Receipts

    $75,693.91 Total Disbursements

    $581,138.38 Ledger Balance

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $181.41 Total Receipts

    $0.00 Total Disbursements

    $45,031.35 Ledger Balance

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $1,887.06 Total Receipts

    $90,342.81 Total Disbursements

    $892,489.33 Ledger Balance

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $29,337.87 Total Receipts

    $29,331.61 Total Disbursements

    $546.04 Ledger Balance

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,743,585.93 Total Receipts

    $1,727,990.69 Total Disbursements

    $40,662.91 Ledger Balance

    1. List of Payments

    AUGUST 31, 2018 LIST OF PAYMENTS

    GENERAL FUND

    $   376,929.17         Fiscal Year 2017-18 (Check numbers 155792-155950)

    $1,165,794.21         Fiscal Year 2018-19 (Check numbers 155809-156064)

    $1,542,723.38 Total Payments

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $1,306.74 Total Payments (Check numbers 22853-22857)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check numbers ---)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $90,342.81 Total Payments (Check numbers 3398-3400)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     58,632.28         (Check numbers 260584-260608)

    $1,669,358.41         (ACH Disbursements)

    $1,727,990.69 Total Payments

    TRUST FUND

    $750.00 Total Payments (Check number 519) 

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2018-2019 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

    $6,409,410 Total Invested with 25 Financial Institutions

    $221,415 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

    1. Business Office
    2. Contracts

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:
                                                                   

    1. Science In Motion Service Contract with Juniata College effective September 1, 2018 through May 31, 2019.
      One year agreement with Juniata College to provide recurring mobile educator visits and equipment labs.  Subscription fee of $15,750 
       
    2. Engagement Agreement with The Reschini Group effective the 2018 reporting year to assist in completion of the 2017 IRS reporting requirements for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). Cost:  Deposit (non-refundable):  $500;  $6.25 per 1095 Form
       
    3. Letter of Agreement for Community Employment Services with Goodwill Southern Alleghenies, Inc. effective September 1, 2018 through September 1, 2019 for community based work assessments and work experience  Cost: 1:1 $60/hour, 1:2 $50/hour, Enclave or 1:3 or more $40/hour, All other services $50/hour  
       
    4. Rental Agreement with The Casino for the 2019 Senior Prom, Friday, May 24, 2019. *pending receipt of certificate of insurance  Total rental fee $3,495; additional food costs dependent on attendance, 20% gratuity on grand total.  
       
    5. Professional Services Agreement with UPMC Altoona Regional Health Services, Inc., d/b/a UPMC Altoona Blair Medical Associates for IEP reviews, onsite school physical examinations and onsite sports physical examinations effective July 20, 2018 through July 19, 2019.  Cost:  $6.00 per onsite school physical examination, $12.00 per onsite sports physical examination and $10.00 per IEP review. 
       
    6. Professional Services Agreement with Catapult Learning, LLC. effective September 12, 2018 through June 30, 2019 to provide Title I services to Non-Public students. Cost: Not to Exceed $11,439 

     

    1. Mobile Ag Ed Science Lab Agreement and Addendums to the Agreement with Pennsylvania Friends of Agriculture Foundation effective September 12, 2018 through October 22, 2018 to present specialized classes about agriculture science for the benefit of elementary and middle school students throughout Pennsylvania based on a unique curriculum taught by certified teachers in a mobile agricultural education science laboratory.  Total Cost:  $5,000 ($3,600 paid by HASD Foundation) 
       
    2. Agreement with the University of Phoenix effective September 1, 2018 through August 31, 2021 to provide educational experiences for selected students.  No Cost
       
    3. Letter of Agreement with McAnulty Media, Inc. for a Guest Author Visit with Stacy McAnulty on December 3 and 4, 2018 Cost: $3,400 plus reimbursable costs
       
    4. Rental Contract with Kenmark, Inc. for  Disney's Beauty and the Beast backdrop rental effective September 12, 2018 through November 19 2018.  Total Cost:  $2,460
       
    5. Request for Professional Development Training with Appalachia Intermediate Unit 08 (dates to be determined) (Topic: LETRS Module 3 Spellography for Teacher:  How English Spelling Works)  Cost: $500
       
    6. Auction Sales Contract with "Col." K. R. Miller, Jr., Auctioneer for Auction to be held in October, 2018 at Cross Keys Auction Center. Cost: 10% of vehicle sales; 15% of miscellaneous sales
       
    7. Memorandum of Understanding with Nulton Diagnostic and Treatment Center effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 to provide education on a daily basis and therapy as necessary. *pending receipt of certificate of insurance  Cost: $55/day per student  
    1. Disposition of Textbook Series

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

    The administration is seeking special disposition for the following textbook series:

    • 7th Grade World History  
    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

     Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of obsolete technology hardware and other various equipment.

    1. Federal Program Budget Adjustments

    2017-2018 Budget:

    2016-2017 Title I Grant
    ($331.00)

    2018-2019 Budget:

    2016-2017 Title I Grant

    $331.00

    1. Request to Establish New Senior High Student Activity

    Per Board Policy 618, Student Activity Fund Control:

    New Student Activity:  Sideline Cancer - No. 87   

    Purpose:  To spread the positivity of the organization to students  

    1. Close Student Activity Accounts

    Per Board Policy 618-Student Activity Fund Control, the following student activities are being recommended to be closed

    #95 Elementary Band

    #98 Elementary Orchestra

    1. Transfer of Student Activity Funds

    Per Board Policy 618-Student Activity Fund Control, the following closed student activity balances are being recommended for transfer:

    From: 

    #95 Elementary Band  $36.35

    To: 

    #38 Foot of Ten Student Council $12.12

    #44 Frankstown Student Council $12.12

    #46 CW Longer Student Council  $12.11

    From: 

    #98 Elementary Orchestra $59.85

    To: 

    #38 Foot of Ten Student Council $19.95

    #44 Frankstown Student Council $19.95

    #46 CW Longer Student Council  $19.95

    1. Tuition Student for 2018-2019

     Per Board Policy, 202. Eligibility of Non-Resident Students, the administration recommends board approval of an elementary, grade Kindergarten tuition student for the 2018-2019 school year effective September 13, 2018.

    1. Frankstown Elementary Playground Lease Agreement

     The lease agreement between the Frankstown PTO and the Hollidaysburg Area School District was terminated upon completion of the playground installation. 

    In accordance with the agreement, full ownership and possession of the playground has been transferred to the school district.

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

     

    1. Master Field Trip List for 2018-2019

    Per Board Policies 230.1 Student Expenses for Conferences/Competitions and 121 Field Trips, the attached list of student Field Trips in excess of 150 miles, out of state, or overnight is submitted for approval.

    1. Field Trip Request

    Per Board Policies 230.1 Student Expenses for Conferences/Competitions and 121 Field Trips,  the following field trip is presented for approval:

    Field Trip Request:

    SH Marching Band to Fort Hill High School, Cumberland, Md

    September 21, 2018

    Varsity Football Game Performance

    District Cost:  $1,480 (Transportation Cost)

    1. Curriculum Guides

    Per Board Policy 105 Curriculum Development, Policy 106, Guides for Planned Instruction and Policy 107 Adoption of Planned Instruction, the board will be asked to approve the following Curriculum Guides:

    • 7th Grade Band
    • Chamber Strings 10-12
    • Modern World History
    • Myths and Legends JH
    • Orchestra Grades 10-12
    • Elementary Music Grade 1
    • Elementary Music Grade 3
    • Advanced Child Development
    1. Course Name Change

    Per Board Policy 105 Curriculum Development, Policy 106, Guides for Planned Instruction and Policy 107 Adoption of Planned Instruction the following is recommended:

     

    Department:  Science

    Previous Course Name:  AP Physics 1

    New Course Name:  AP Physics C

     

    Department:  Science

    Previous Course Name:  AP Physics 2

    New Course Name:  AP Physics 1 and 2

     

    1. Personnel

     Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is being asked to approve the Personnel actions.

     

    NO

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Create Position

    N/A

    Elementary School Resource Professional for Security (SRP)

    Dist. Elem.

    Retroactive to 8/20/2018

    1 additional FTE at $20.07 per hour starting with 18/19 SY; 7 hours per day; 5 days per week

    2

    Approve

    Charles Chaney

    Football Security Meeting

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/20/2018

    1 hour at regular hourly rate

    3

    Approve

    Charles Chaney

    SRP Meeting

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/17/2018

    Up to 3 hours at regular hourly rate

    4

    Approve

    Kenneth Durbin

    SRP Meeting

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/17/2018

    Up to 3 hours at regular hourly rate

    5

    Approve

    Kenneth Durbin

    Firearms Qualification Training

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/20/2018

    3 hours at regular hourly rate

    6

    Approve

    Michael McAndrew

    SRP Meeting

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/17/2018

    Up to 3 hours at regular hourly rate

    7

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    SRP Meeting

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/17/2018

    Up to 3 hours at regular hourly rate

    8

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    Navigate Training

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/7/2018, 8/8/2018 & 8/9/2018

    12 hours on 8/7/18 ; 8 hours on 8/8/18 and 12 hours on 8/9/2018 at regular hourly rate

    9

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    Principal Meeting

     Dist.

    8/22/2018

    1 hour at regular hourly rate

    10

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    Armed intruder Training

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/7/2018

    7 hours at regular hourly rate

    11

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    Outfitting new SRP

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/1/2018

    1 hour at regular hourly rate

    12

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    Sports Security Meeting

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/21/2018

    .5 hour at regular hourly rate

    13

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    SRP Meeting

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/17/2018

    Up to 3 hours at regular hourly rate

    14

    Approve

     Michael Eppolito

    Firearms Qualification Training

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/20/2018

    3 hours at regular hourly rate

    15

    Resign

    Jeffrey Miller

    Math Teacher                          TCHSHSBSED01

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/7/2018

     

    16

    Approve

    David Lauback

    LTS; Math Teacher

    JH/SH

    9/10/18 to end of 18/19 SY

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    17

    Approve

    Lori McCoy

    LTS; Grade 4

    CWL

    Approx. 10/8/18- 2/19/19

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    18

    Create Position

    N/A

    LTS; Grade 2  (18/19 School Year Only-high class size)

     CWL

    9/13/2018 to end of 18/19 SY

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment Position not included in budget

    19

    Approve

    Alexis Huber

    LTS; Grade 2

    CWL

    9/13/2018 to end of 18/19 SY

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment Position not included in budget

    20

    Approve

    Jessalyn Peterson

    LTS; Music Teacher

    Elem.

    Approx. 10/8/18- 1/30/2019

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment.

    21

    Approve

    Clark McCready

    LTS; Special Education Teacher

    JH

    Approx. 10/22/18-12/5/18

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    22

    Approve

    Chandra Jandora

    LTS; Grade 1

    FOT

    Approx. 10/25/18 - 2/14/19

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    23

    Approve

    Cassandra Lott

    LTS; Grade2

    FOT

    Approx. 10/22/18 - 3/21/19

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    24

    Approve

    Jade Miller

    LTS; Grade K

    FKS

     Approx. 9/24/2018 -1/3/2019

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    25

    Approve

    Tori Maines

    Extend Unpaid Childrearing Leave

    CWL

    Extend from 11/30/18 to end of 18/19 SY

     

    26

    Resign

    Kristen Murgo

    Full Time Day to Day Special Education Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/21/2018

     

    27

    Approve

    Carlee Imler

    1/2 day Health & PE Teacher

    CWL

    Pay for additional 1/2 day on in-service days; 8/20/18, 8/21/18, 8/22/18, 10/5/18, 10/26/18, 11/20/18, 12/21/18, 4/18/19, 5/24/19, 5/30/19, 5/31/19

     

    28

    Approve

    Lindsey Griffith

    Homebound Instructor for student B. H.

    FOT

    Retroactive to 8/7/2018 for approx. 4-6 weeks

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    29

    Approve

    Jennifer Seecs-Mielnik

    Homebound Instructor for student R. B.

    FOT

    Retroactive to 8/20/18 to approx. 10/5/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    30

    Approve

    Theodore Bloom

    Homebound Instructor for student R. B.

    FOT

    Retroactive to 8/20/18 to approx. 10/5/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    31

    Approve

    Sara Olechovski

    Homebound Instructor for student R. B.

    FOT

    Retroactive to 8/20/18 to approx. 10/5/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    32

    Approve

    Leona Engle

    Homebound Instructor for student A. H.

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/22/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    33

    Approve

    Christie James

    Homebound Instructor for student R. P.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/6/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    34

    Approve

    Kathy Menard

    Homebound Instructor for student R. P.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/6/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    35

    Approve

    Leona Engle

    Homebound Instructor for student E.K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/6/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    36

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    Homebound Instructor for student E.K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/6/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    37

    Approve

    Susan Cyran

    Homebound Instructor for student E.K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/6/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    38

    Approve

    Nicole Stephan

    Homebound Instructor for student C.F.

    JH

    Retroactive to 9/6/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    39

    Approve

    Kathy Menard

    Homebound Instructor for student C. F.

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/6/2018

    $26.00 per hour; Up to 5 hours per week

    40

    Approve

    Kris Smith

    C & I - SWPB

    CWL

    Retroactive 8/14/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    41

    Approve

    Paula Albright

    C & I - SWPB

    CWL

    Retroactive 8/14/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    42

    Approve

    Allison Herbaugh

    C & I - SWPB

    CWL

    Retroactive 8/14/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    43

    Approve

    Elizabeth Martinsen

    C & I - SWPB

    CWL

    Retroactive 8/14/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    44

    Approve

    Ben Fogle

    C & I - STEM

    SH

    Retroactive 8/15/18

    1 hour @$26/hour;$26

    45

    Approve

    Maren Jubas

    C & I - STEM

    FKS

    Retroactive 8/15/18

    1 hour @$26/hour;$26

    46

    Approve

    Stephanie Gutshall

    C & I - STEM

    FOT

    Retroactive 8/15/18

    1 hour @$26/hour;$26

    47

    Approve

    Derek Trimmer

    C & I - STEM

    FKS

    Retroactive 8/15/18

    1 hour @$26/hour;$26

    48

    Approve

    Eric Skutch

    C & I - STEM

    JH

    Retroactive 8/15/18

    1 hour @$26/hour;$26

    49

    Approve

    Dawn Elchin

    C & I - STEM

    SH

    Retroactive 8/15/18

    1 hour @$26/hour;$26

    50

    Approve

    Leah Haslam

    C & I - SWPB

    SH

    Retroactive 8/14/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    51

    Approve

    Michael Moore

    C & I - SWPB

    SH

    Retroactive 8/14/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    52

    Approve

    Jarrod Klausman

    C & I - SWPB

    SH

    Retroactive 8/14/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    53

    Approve

    Nicole Beauchamp

    C & I - SWPB

    SH

    Retroactive 8/14/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    54

    Approve

    Leona Engle

    C & I - SWPB

    SH

    Retroactive 8/14/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    55

    Approve

    Deanna Jubeck

    C & I - SWPB

    SH

    Retroactive 8/14/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    56

    Approve

    David Herncane

    C & I - SWPB

    SH

    Retroactive 8/14/18

    4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    57

    Approve

    Julie Bechtel

    C & I - School Improvement

    FOT

    Retroactive 8/9/18

    8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    58

    Approve

    Brigitte Donlan

    C & I - School Improvement

    FOT

    Retroactive 8/9/18

    8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    59

    Approve

    John Wessner

    C & I - School Improvement

    FOT

    Retroactive 8/9/18

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    60

    Approve

    Jennifer Seecs-Mielnik

    C & I - School Improvement

    FOT

    Retroactive 8/9/18

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    61

    Approve

    Josh McClelland

    C & I - School Improvement

    FOT

    Retroactive 8/9/18

    8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    62

    Approve

    Lindsey Griffith

    C & I - School Improvement

    FOT

    Retroactive 8/9/18

    8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    63

    Approve

    Rick Imler

    C & I - School Improvement

    SH

    Retroactive 8/7/18

    4.5 hours @$26/hour;$117

    64

    Approve

    Linda Hilling

    C & I - Co-Op Coordinator

    SH

    Retroactive 7/10/18

    Up to 20  hours @$26/hour;$520

    65

    Approve

    Laura Heffelfinger

    C & I - SWPBS

    FOT

    Retroactive 8/25/18

    5.5 hours @$26/hour;$143

    66

    Approve

    Lindsey Griffith

    C & I - SWPBS

    FOT

    Retroactive 8/25/18

    5.5 hours @$26/hour;$143

    67

    Resign

    Peter McGroarty

    Special Education Paraprofessional      ADPJHSPARA07

    JH

    Retroactive to 8/31/2018

     

    68

    Approve

    Tina Cunningham

    3.5 hour PT Education Secretary (New position)

    Adm.

    9/17/2018

    12 month; 3.5 hours per day; Class 1 Group A; $16.87 per hour ($1.50 less per hour for new hire)

    69

    Resign

    Allen Seibert

    JH Head Wrestling Coach

    JH

    Retroactive to 8/29/2018

     

    70

    Approve

    Patricia Sohmer

    Assistant Cheerleading Co-Advisor

    SH

    9/13/2018

    split position 50/50; Salary TBD

    71

    Approve

    Ashley Young

    Assistant Cheerleading Co-Advisor

    SH

    9/13/2018

    split position 50/50; Salary TBD

    72

    Resign

    Michael Rawlins

    Schedule C - Mock Trial Advisor

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/27/2018

     

    73

    Resign

    Alexandra Kephart

    Schedule C--Junior Class Advisor

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/29/2018

     

    74

    Resign

    Jeffrey Miller

    Schedule C--Junior Class Advisor

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/7/2018

     

    75

    Approve

    Amber Wiley

    Fall Game Worker (Adult)

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    Per Fall Game Worker Rates

    76

    Approve

    Joe Greenleaf

    Fall Game Worker (Adult)

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    Per Fall Game Worker Rates

    77

    Approve

    Sander Vanoutryve

    Fall Game Worker (Adult)

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    Per Fall Game Worker Rates

    78

    Approve

    Constance Feltenberger

    Food Service Substitute

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    $9.25 per hour

    79

    Approve

    Jade Miller

    Substitute Teacher ( PK-4)

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year

    80

    Approve

    Lori Patterson

    Substitute Teacher (PK-4)

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year

    81

    Approve

    Heather Chenault

    Substitute Teacher (Elem K-6)

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year

    82

    Approve

    Michael Morgan

    Substitute Teacher ( Physics 7-12 and Social Studies 7-12)

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year

    83

    Approve

    Dana Anderson

    Substitute Teacher (IU8 Referral)

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    $90.00 per day

    84

    Approve

    Brooke Meadows

    Substitute Teacher (IU8 Referral)

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    $90.00 per day

    85

    Approve

    Marie Link

    Substitute Teacher (IU8 Referral)

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    $90.00 per day

    86

    Approve

    Tammy Emery

    Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    9/13/2018

    $9.25 per hour

    87

    Resign

    Justin Zapotoczny

    Substitute Custodian

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/21/2018

     

    88

    Resign

    Joan Beck

    Food Service Substitute

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/5/2018

     

    89

    Resign

    Alexander Schwind

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/10/2018

     

    90

    Approve

    Duane Steel

    Fullington Bus Driver-Substitute

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/24/2018

     

    91

    Approve

    Cassandra Ayers

    Student Teaching - Fall 2018 with Christina Bracken Grade 1

    FOT

    9/12/2018

    University of Phoenix

    92

    Approve

    Stacey Singer

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/24/2018

    N/A

    93

    Approve

    Jennifer Weyant

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/4/2018

    N/A

    94

    Approve

    Marcy Swisher

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/5/2018

    N/A

    95

    Approve

    Gregory Moritz

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/7/2018

    N/A

    96

    Approve

    Christina Slocum

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/11/2018

    N/A

    97

    Approve

    Angel Dandrea

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/11/2018

    N/A

    98

    Approve

    Alexander Schwind

    Volunteer-Marching Band

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 9/10/2018

    N/A

    99

    Information Only

    Regina Miller

    Transfer to Office Paraprofessional

    CWL

    Effective Date of 8/16/2018

     

    100

    Information Only

    Madeline Grenfell

    Transfer from JH/SH   TCHJHSMATH01 & TCHSHSMATH01    to SH Math Teacher                                          TCHSHSBSED01

    SH

    8/23/2018

     

    101

    Information Only

    Kelsey Dick

    Special Ed Paraprofessional - Building Change from JH to FKS

    FKS

    9/4/2018

     

    102

    Information Only

    Sandra Cogan

    Special Education Paraprofessional - Building Change from FKS to JH

    JH

    9/4/2018

     

    103

    Information Only

    Eileen Roberts

    Special Education Teacher - Temporary transfer to Megan Murtagh position (at JH) from 9/12/18-12/20/18

    JH

    9/12/18-12/20/18

     

     

    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Statement of Rights, Waiver of Hearing and Agreement in the case of student ID# ending in 01 (Revised) 
    2. First Reading of Policy

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policy is presented for approval on a first reading:

    • Policy 705.2  Standard Operating Procedures for Persons Authorized to Use Weapons 
    1. Superintendent's Objective Performance Standards

    Per Board Policy 312 Evaluation of Superintendent, the Superintendent's Objective Performance Standards is presented for approval.

     

    1. Election of 2019 PSBA Officers & At-large Representatives
    2. President's Report / Dr. Sommer

     Board Members will be asked to come to a consensus to vote for the 2019 PSBA Officers, At-large Representatives, Insurance Trust Trustees, School Board Secretaries Forum and Pupil Transportation Forum.

    Voting procedure

    Each school entity will have one vote for each officer. This will require boards of the various school entities to come to a consensus on each candidate and cast their vote electronically during the open voting period (Aug. 24-Oct. 11, 2018). Voting will be accomplished through a secure third-party, web-based voting site that will require a password login. One person from each member school entity will be authorized as the official person to register the vote on behalf of his or her school entity. In the case of school districts, it will be the board secretary who will cast votes on behalf of the school board.

    Slate of Candidates

    President-Elect

    Vice President

    Section 6 Advisor

    * The Leadership Development Committee may, by majority vote, determine that one or more candidates for any elected position will be designated on the ballot as a candidate the Leadership Development Committee considers to be highly qualified. (PSBA Bylaws, Section 5 C – Nominations)    

    PSBA Insurance Trust Trustees

    Member school entities also are asked to vote for open trustee positions on the PSBA Insurance Trust board. There are currently three seats open and three candidates. A member school entity can vote for up to three individuals. PSBA Insurance Trust provides complimentary travel/accident insurance to all school directors from member school entities while on official school board business. As such, all member school entities are considered participants in PSBA Insurance Trust programs and are eligible to vote.

    Trustee (term ends Dec. 31, 2021)
    Choose up to three candidates for a 3-year term.

    School Board Secretaries Forum

    All voting takes place online as part of the PSBA Officers Elections ballot; it is a two-part ballot.

    Forum Steering Committee (term ends Dec. 31, 2019)
    Choose up to three incumbents for a 1-year term

     

    Forum Steering Committee (term ends Dec. 31, 2020)
    Choose up to two candidates for a 2-year term

    Pupil Transportation Forum

    Forum Steering Committee (term ends Dec. 31, 2019)
    Choose up to three incumbents for a 1-year term

    Forum Steering Committee (term ends Dec. 31, 2020)
    Choose up to two candidates for a 2-year term

    1. New Business
    2. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer
    3. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     



    Wednesday, August 15, 2018

    Special Voting Meeting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm
    2. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer 
    3. Pledge to Flag
    4. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker 
    5. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker
    2. Announcements

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at 6:45 pm for personnel.

    The Transportation Committee will meet Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 5:00pm in the Guidance Career Conference Room of the Senior High, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg PA.

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a combined Committee of the Whole/Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available in detail for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

    1. Contracts

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    • Special Contractual Agreement with C&S Contract Speech Language Pathology Services, Inc. (d/b/a "Blair Therapies") effective August 1, 2018 through June 20, 2019 to provide direct, monitoring and consultation services specified on a student's IEP.  Cost: $65/hr. based on the number of students assigned 
    1. Bid Award Correction

    Per Board Policy 610, Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation, the following bid correction is recommended for approval:

    Revised to correct the delivery schedule prorations for the Dairy Products bid previously awarded on July 25, 2018 to all responding vendors for various 1/2 pints of milk totaling an estimated cost of $104,302.12.  

     

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea
    2. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is being asked to approve the Personnel actions.

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    Firearms Training

    Dist.

    8/20/2018

    up to 5 hours at regular hourly rate

    Approve

    Wendy Lieb

    Extra Hours-Immunization follow-up

    JH

    8/9/2018

    4 hours at $26.00

    Approve

    Alexis Huber

    Full Time Day to Day Elementary Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    8/20/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days

    Approve

    Alexis Huber

    LTS; Kindergarten Teacher

    FKS

    Approx. 9/27/18-1/8/19

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    Approve

    Michael Rawlins

    C & I - School Improvement

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/7/18

    5 hours @$26/hour;$130

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    C & I - School Improvement

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/7/18

    5 hours @$26/hour;$130

    Approve

    Hully Hoover

    C & I - School Improvement

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/7/18

    5 hours @$26/hour;$130

    Approve

    Deanna Jubeck

    C & I - School Improvement

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/7/18

    5 hours @$26/hour;$130

    Approve

    Leona Engle

    C & I - School Improvement

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/7/18

    5 hours @$26/hour;$130

    Approve

    Andrea Porter

    C & I - School Improvement

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/7/18

    5 hours @$26/hour;$130

    Approve

    Melissa Jack

    C & I - School Improvement

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/7/18

    5 hours @$26/hour;$130

    Approve

    Sue Scott

    C & I - School Improvement

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/7/18

    5 hours @$26/hour;$130

    Approve

    Laura Wallace

    Transfer from 2 Hour Food Service Worker at SH to 3.5 hour Food Service Worker at SH

    SH

    8/23/2018

    no change

    Approve

    Debra Hartman

    Special Education Paraprofessional Substitute

    Dist.

    8/15/18

    $9.25 per hour

    Approve

    Charity Cosner

    Special Education Paraprofessional Substitute

    Dist.

    8/15/18

    $9.25 per hour

    Resign

    Linda Saleme

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive 8/13/2018

     

    Delete

    Christine Battisti

    Guest Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/14/2018

     

    Delete

    Virginia Gapen

    Fullington Bus Driver

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/14/2018

     

    Approve

    Brian Hansen

    Volunteer-Soccer

    Dist.

    Retroactive 8/13/2018

    N/A

    Information Only

    Debra Hartman

    FT Day to Day Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional-DECLINED POSITION

    FKS

    8/15/18

    $10.25 per hour

    Information Only

    Christina Shaffer

    Special Education Paraprofessional Substitute- DECLINED POSITION

    Dist.

    8/10/2018

     

    Information Only

    Nyssa McKnight

    Full Time Day to Day Elementary Substitute Teacher -DECLINED POSITION

    Dist.

    8/20/2018

     

    Information Only

    Kelsey Dick

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    OFFICIAL START DATE OF 9/4/2018

    6 hours per day; 180 days per year; $15.87 per hour less $1.50 new hire; Class 3A


    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer
    2. New Business
    3. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer
    4. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

    Information

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     




    Wednesday, August 8, 2018

    Committee of the Whole/Voting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm
    2. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    3. Pledge to Flag
    4. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker
    5. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. Pennsylvania Youth Survey (PAYS)

    Dr. Gildea, Dr. Endler and Dr. Letcher will present a summary of the results from the Pennsylvania Youth Survey (PAYS). 

    1. PSSA and Keystone Score Preview

    Dr. Endler, Mr. Harrington and Mr. McCall will present a summary of the 2018 Spring Keystone and PSSA scores.

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker

     

    1. Announcements:

    The board met in executive session at 6:00 pm Wednesday, August 8, 2018 for personnel.

     

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a Special Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

     

    All board meeting agendas are available in detail for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for July, 2018

     

    1. Treasurer's Reports

     

    July 31, 2018 Treasurer's Reports

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $4,595,671.87 Receipts

    $3,242,205.09 Total Disbursements

    $8,290,739.51 Ledger Balance

     

    TRUST FUND

    $97.46 Total Receipts

    $0.00 Total Disbursements

    $57,893.49 Ledger Balance

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $3,793.38 Total Receipts

    $86,209.65 Total Disbursements

    $468,280.27 Ledger Balance

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $629.79 Total Receipts

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $401,616.64 Total Receipts

    $35,898.00 Total Disbursements

    $980,945.08 Ledger Balance

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $67,459.11 Total Receipts

    $67,446.24 Total Disbursements

    $539.78 Ledger Balance

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,704,101.33 Total Receipts

    $1,758,760.34 Total Disbursements

    $25,067.67 Ledger Balance

    $8,160.27 Total Disbursements

    $44,849.94 Ledger Balance

     

    1. List of Payments

    JULY 31, 2018 LIST OF PAYMENTS

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $   357,148.01         Fiscal Year 2017-18 (Check numbers 155619-155778)

    $1,230,633.25         Fiscal Year 2018-19 (Check numbers 155612-155791)

    $1,587,781.26 Total Payments

     

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $12,223.24 Total Payments (Check numbers 22831-22852)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $8,160.27 Total Payments (Check numbers 22721-22725)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $35,898.00 Total Payments (Check numbers 3396-3397)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $          836.00         Fiscal Year 2017-18 (Check number 260567)

    $     51,760.99         Fiscal Year 2018-19 (Check numbers 260563-260583)

    $1,706,163.35         (ACH Disbursements)

    $1,758,760.34 Total Payments

     

    TRUST FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check numbers---)

     

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2017-2018 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

     

    $6,402,681 Total Invested with 25 Financial Institutions

    $219,681 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

     

    1. Food Service for June, 2018

    2017-2018 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING JUNE 2018

     

    $27,547.55 June Net Profit

    $144,921.21 Year-to-Date Net Profit

     

    $728,903.41 Assets

    $728,903.41 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

     

    1. Business Office
    2. Contracts

     Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Concurrent Enrollment Agreement with the University of Pittsburgh for the College in the High School Program effective August 9, 2018 through June 30, 2019.
      Renewal of Dual Enrollment agreement for Senior High students to earn college credit through high school course offerings. Cost paid by parents.  No Cost
       
    2. Cooperative Agreement with Saint Francis University for the College in the High School Program effective the 2018-2019 school year.
      Renewal of Dual Enrollment agreement for Senior High students to earn college credit through high school course offerings. Cost paid by parents.  
       
    3. Agreement with Child Advocates of Blair County "Head Start" for rental of (2) classrooms at Frankstown Elementary School for the 2018-2019 school year.  Revenue: $500 
       
    4. Letter of Agreement with Skills Adult Training Services (ATS) (2101 8th Avenue site) effective August 1, 2018 through August 1, 2019 to provide day programming services to individual students.  Cost:  $4.45 per 15 minute unit for up to 16 units (half day)  
       
    5. Agreement with Merakey, Inc. Altoona Site effective August 1, 2018 through June 24, 2019 Multiple rates as listed in contract.      
                                                                                                                                                                                           
    6. Agreement with Merakey, Inc. East Freedom Site effective August 1, 2018 through June 24, 2019 Multiple rates as listed in contract. 
       
    7. University Orthopedics Physician Supervising Agreement effective August 1, 2018 through July 31, 2019.  Supervising Physician:  Eric Kephart, D.O. No Cost 
       
    8. Services Contract with The Learning Community of Pennsylvania effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.  No Cost
      The Learning Community of PA will assist students with disabilities or potentially eligible students gain information on self-advocacy, workplace readiness and independent living skills. 
       
    9. Letter of Agreement with Extended Family Programs, Inc. for Behavioral Intervention Staff effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.  Cost: Behavioral Intervention Staff $15/hr.; Secondary Behavioral Program $83.41/day; Elementary Behavioral Program $86.43/day; Behavioral Intervention Staff $15.00/hour  
       
    10. Letter of Agreement with Extended Family Programs, Inc. and Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8 for Behavioral Support and Educational Services effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 Cost: Secondary Student $83.41/day; Elementary Student $86.43/day; Behavioral Intervention Staff $15.00/hour  
       
    11. Agreement with Blair Regional YMCA for classroom rental at Charles W. Longer and Foot of Ten Elementary Schools for before and after-school care effective August 23, 2018 through July 31, 2019.  Revenue: $450 Estimated
       
    12. Cooperative Agreement for Behavioral Health Services with Behavioral Health Services of UPMC Altoona effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019  No cost.
       
    13. Service Agreement with Blair Family Solutions, LLC effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.  No Cost 
       
    14. Behavioral Services Agreement with Blair Family Solutions LLC effective August 1, 2018 through August 1, 2019 for Senior High mental health counseling services. Cost:  $27,540  
    15. Contracts to Purchase Meals for 2018-2019:
      Child Advocates of Blair County (Head Start Program) for Frankstown Elementary School and Appalachia IU8, Foot of Ten Road Revenue: $36,788.65
       
    16. Letter of Agreement with the County of Blair on behalf of the Blair County Department of Social Services Mental Health Program and UPMC Altoona effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.  All parties agree to cooperate in providing services for the Student Assistance Program (SAP) No Cost  
       
    17. School Based Probation Agreement with the County of Blair on behalf of the Blair County Juvenile Probation Office effective August 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019
      Agreement to provide student probation monitoring services within the school to ensure cooperation and compliance with school policy and regulations.  No Cost
       
    18. Contract with The EADS Group for bid specifications and engineering for Frankstown Roof Replacement Project effective August 1, 2018 until completion Cost: $29,500 and $750 Building Permits (Pending Solicitor Review)
       
    19. Agreement with the Altoona Area School District for the Alternative Education for Disruptive Youth (AEDY) Program to provide instruction for each student in the program effective August 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.  
      Cost:  Regular Ed Student:  $65/day
                Special Ed Student:  $75/day

       
    20. Affiliation Agreement with Mount Aloysius College on behalf of the Health Studies and Sciences Division and the Nursing Division to provide practical, educational experiences and learning opportunities for students effective August 9, 2018 through August 8, 2019 with annual auto renewal.  No Cost
       
    21. University of West Florida to provide occupational field experiences as part of the student's degree program effective August 8, 2018 through June 30, 2020.  No Cost
       
    22. Health Care Staffing Agreement for School Services with Interim HealthCare of Pittsburgh, Inc. effective August 1, 2018 through July 31, 2019 for healthcare staffing services Cost: School Nurse $45/hr; Home Health Aide:  $22.50/hr
       
    23. Agreement with Bollman Charter Services, Inc. to provide chartered transportation services for extra-curricular activities effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.  Cost: Quoted on a per trip basis 
    1. Bid Award

    Approve (Roll Call Vote)

    Per Board Policy 610, Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation, the following bids are being recommended for approval for the 2018-2019 school year:

     

    Award Art bid to 12 vendors for 513 various art items totaling $23,038.33 

    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books. 

    1. Disposition of Textbook Series

     Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the administration is seeking special disposition of the following textbook series:

    • 2004 Houghton Mifflin Reading Series Elementary
    1. 2018-2019 Capital Reserve Projects

    2018-2019 Capital Reserve Project

    Frankstown Roof Replacement Design & Permits  $30,250 (Not to Exceed)

    Sanitary Sewer Project                                     ($30,250)

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea
    2. New Course Proposal

    Proposed New Course:

    Chrome Squad

    1. Curriculum Guides

    Per Board Policy 105 Curriculum Development, Policy 106, Guides for Planned Instruction and Policy 107 Adoption of Planned Instruction, the board will be asked to approve the following Curriculum Guides.

    • Creative Writing II - All Units
    • Forensic Science - All Units
    • Honors Trig Pre-Cal - All Units
    • Astronomy - All Units
    • Contemporary Living Skills - All Units
    • Introduction to 3D Printing - All Units 
    1. Elementary Student/Parent Handbook Revisions

    Per Board Policy 902 - Publications Program, the Elementary Student Handbook is being presented for approval. 

    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is being asked to approve the Personnel actions.

    NO

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    Conference Attendance - Survival Mindset: Preparing for an Armed Intruder Drill

    Dist.

    8/7/2018

    8 hours at regular hourly rate

    2

    Approve

    Charles Chaney

    Additional hours worked for SRP interviews

    Dist.

    8/6/2018

    3 hours at regular hourly rate

    3

    Approve

    Michael Eppolito

    School Resource Professional for Security (SRP)

    Dist.

    8/8/2018

    3 days per week, 7 hours per day; $20.07 per hour

    4

    Approve

    Kenneth Durbin

    School Resource Professional for Security (SRP)

    Dist.

    8/8/2018

    Increase from 2 days per week to 3 days per week; 7 hours per day; $20.07 per hour (extra day not in 18/19 budget)

    5

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    School Resource Professional for Security (SRP)

    Dist.

    8/8/2018

    Increase from 3 days per week to 4 days per week; 7 hours per day; $20.07 per hour (extra day not in 18/19 budget)

    6

    Approve

    Nicole Stephan

    Special Education Teacher                TCHJHSSPEC06

    JH

    8/20/2018

    M Level 15; $47,360

    7

    Approve

    Melissa Laratonda

    AmeriCorps Position

    FOT

    8/22/18-6/14/19

    Not HASD position

    8

    Approve

    Laura Hefflefinger

    C & I - Elem. Reading Interventions

    FOT

    Retroactive to 8/1/18

    Up to 2 hours @$26/hour; $52

    9

    Approve

    Sarah Palazzi

    C & I - Elem. Reading Interventions

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/1/18

    Up to 2 hours @$26/hour; $52

    10

    Approve

    Karly Aiken

    C & I - Elem. Reading Interventions

    FOT

    Retroactive to 8/1/18

    Up to 2 hours @$26/hour; $52

    11

    Approve

    Jessica Zorger

    C & I - Elem. Reading Interventions

    FKS

    Retroactive to 8/1/18

    Up to 2 hours @$26/hour; $52

    12

    Approve

    Rebecca Zeek

    C & I - Elem. Reading Interventions

    FKS

    Retroactive to 8/1/18

    Up to 2 hours @$26/hour; $52

    13

    Approve

    Lisa Surkovich

    C & I - Elem. Reading Interventions

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/1/18

    Up to 2 hours @$26/hour; $52

    14

    Approve

    Perk Oettinger

    C & I - School Wide Positive Behavior

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    15

    Approve

    Elizabeth Fogal

    C & I - School Wide Positive Behavior

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    16

    Approve

    Justin Clark

    C & I - School Wide Positive Behavior

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    17

    Approve

    Maria Mikolajczyk

    C & I - School Wide Positive Behavior

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    18

    Approve

    Tammy Stultz

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    19

    Approve

    Maria Mikolajczyk

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    20

    Approve

    Tim Keech

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    21

    Approve

    Kristie Clayton

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    22

    Approve

    Lacy Frazier

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    23

    Approve

    Craig Shale

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    24

    Approve

    Jaime Hartline

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    25

    Approve

    JoAnna Brumbaugh

    C & I - School Improvement

    FKS

    8/8/18

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour;$208

    26

    Approve

    Derek Trimmer

    C & I -  In-Service Planning/Prep

    FKS

    Retroactive to 8/2/18

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour;$104

    27

    Approve

    Josh Detrich

    C & I - Go Math Committee

    FOT

    Retroactive 8/6/18

    Up to 1.5 hours @ $26/hour; $39

    28

    Approve

    Paula Albright

    C & I - Go Math Committee

    CWL

    Retroactive 8/6/18

    Up to 1.5 hours @ $26/hour; $39

    29

    Approve

    Jennifer Brown

    C & I - Go Math Committee

    CWL

    Retroactive 8/6/18

    Up to 1.5 hours @ $26/hour; $39

    30

    Approve

    Jaime Hartline

    C & I - Go Math Committee

    FKS

    Retroactive 8/6/18

    Up to 1.5 hours @ $26/hour; $39

    31

    Approve

    Ann Franco

    C & I - Go Math Committee

    FKS

    Retroactive 8/6/18

    Up to 1.5 hours @ $26/hour; $39

    32

    Approve

    Jennifer Seecs-Mielnik

    C & I - Go Math Committee

    FOT

    Retroactive 8/6/18

    Up to 1.5 hours @ $26/hour; $39

    33

    Approve

    Ben Fogle

    C & I - STEM Committee

    SH

    8/8/18

    Up to 1 hour @ $26/hour; $26

    34

    Approve

    Eric Skutch

    C & I - STEM Committee

    SH

    8/8/18

    Up to 1 hour @ $26/hour; $26

    35

    Approve

    Susan Cyran

    C & I - STEM Committee

    SH

    8/8/18

    Up to 1 hour @ $26/hour; $26

    36

    Approve

    Stephanie Gutshall

    C & I - STEM Committee

    FOT

    8/8/18

    Up to 1 hour @ $26/hour; $26

    37

    Resign

    Bobbi Jo Johnson

    3.5 Hour Food Service Worker

    SH

    Retroactive to 8/2/2018

     

    38

    Approve

    Jessica Brubaker

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    8/20/2018

    6 hours per day; 180 days per year; $15.87 per hour less $1.50 new hire; Class 3A

    39

    Approve

    Kelsey Dick

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    8/20/2018

    6 hours per day; 180 days per year; $15.87 per hour less $1.50 new hire; Class 3A

    40

    Approve

    Regina Miller

    Transfer from Special Education Paraprofessional at SH    ADPSHSPARA03    to 5 Hour Office Paraprofessional at CWL  ADPCWLAIDE02

    CWL

    TBD

    $14.96 per hour; Class 3C

    41

    Approve

    Debra Hartman

    FT Day to Day Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional

    FKS

    8/20/2018

    $10.25 per hour

    42

    Approve

    Carrie Rhodes

    Transfer from Special Education Paraprofessional at FOT    ADPFOTPARA09    to Special Education Paraprofessional at FKS

    FKS

    8/20/2018

    $14.87 per hour

    43

    Approve

    David Soellner

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    44

    Approve

    Lenora McGovern

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    45

    Approve

    Susan Nori

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    46

    Approve

    Ron Nori

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    47

    Approve

    Elaine Adams

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    48

    Approve

    Deborah Faith

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    49

    Approve

    Renee DeCoskey

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    50

    Approve

    Carla Firment

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    51

    Approve

    Judy Fabian

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    52

    Approve

    William Scott

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    53

    Approve

    Mike Harris

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    54

    Approve

    Scott Finochio

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    55

    Approve

    Joy Finochio

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    56

    Approve

    Jaime Ziegler

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    57

    Approve

    Brad Lear

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    58

    Approve

    Lee Baird

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    59

    Approve

    Will Fitzgerald

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    60

    Approve

    Randy Dodson

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    61

    Approve

    Alan Gallagher

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    62

    Approve

    Paul Detwiler, Sr.

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    63

    Approve

    Paul Detwiler, Jr.

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    64

    Approve

    Scott Shultz

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    65

    Approve

    William Rhodes

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    66

    Approve

    Michael Swartz

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    67

    Approve

    Heather Perry

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    68

    Approve

    Krista Soellner

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    69

    Approve

    Donald Tantius

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    70

    Approve

    Jon Szynal

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    71

    Approve

    Joe Krupka

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    72

    Approve

    Dave Schmelzlen

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    73

    Approve

    Ken Smith

    Fall Game Worker- Adult

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    Per 18/19 Game Worker Rates

    74

    Approve

    Phyllis McConnell

    Substitute Teacher (Art)

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 per day after 60 consecutive days in one school year

    75

    Approve

    Christina Shaffer

    Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    $9.25 per hour

    76

    Approve

    Richard Berkheimer

    Substitute Custodian

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    $9.25 / hr.

    77

    Approve

    Shelby Burns

    Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    8/20/2018

    $9.25/hour

    78

    Approve

    Joan Beck

    Substitute Food Service Worker

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

    $9.25/ hr.

    79

    Resign

    Vanessa Conner

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    8/6/2018

     

    80

    Resign

    Holly Dospoy

    Substitute Food Service Worker

    Dist.

    8/6/2018

     

    81

    Delete

    Leone Siliga

    Substitute Teacher (IU8)

    Dist.

    8/9/2018

     

    82

    Approve

    Brad Beatty

    Internship - Fall 2018 with Betsy Snyder Food Service

    SH

    8/8/2018

    Cedar Crest College

    83

    Approve

    Shannon Seiler

    Student Teaching - Fall 2018 with Krista Reid Grade 6

    CWL

    8/8/2018

    University of West Florida

    84

    Information Only

    Andrew Kaminski

    Long-Term Substitute Art Teacher -DECLINED POSITION

    FOT

    Approx. 8/20/18-11/14/18

     

    85

    Information Only

    Brenda Smith-Graham

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    8/20/18

    Building Change from FOT to JH

    86

    Information Only

    Erin Eckhard

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH

    8/20/2018

    Building Change from CWL to JH

    87

    Information Only

    Matthew Martynuska

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    FKS

    8/20/2018

    Building Change from JH to FKS

    88

    Information Only

    Christine O'Conner

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    SH

    8/20/2018

    Building Change from JH to SH

    89

    Information Only

    Ashley Rhodes

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    FKS

    8/20/2018

    Building Change from JH to FKS

    90

    Information Only

    Laura Clancy

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    JH/Vo-Tech

    8/20/2018

    Building assignment to JH/Vo-Tech

    91

    Information Only

    Sandra Cogan

    Special Education Paraprofessional

    FKS

    8/20/2018

    Building Change from JH to FKS

     

    1. President's Report - New Business
    2. Second Reading of Policies

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policies are presented for approval on a first reading:
     

    Policy 008

    Organization Chart

    Revised

    Policy 215

    Promotion and Retention

    Revised with New Name

    Policy 215-R Attach.1

    Acceleration Process for
    Elementary / Secondary

    NEW

    Policy 215-R Attach.2

    Math Acceleration Assessment
    Data (Kindergarten and Grade 1)

    NEW

    Policy 215-R Attach.3

    Math Acceleration Assessment
    Data (Grades 2-6)

    NEW

    Policy 215-R Attach.4

    ELA Acceleration Assessment
    Data (Kindergarten and Grade 1)

    NEW

    Policy 215-R Attach.5

    ELA Acceleration Assessment
    Data (Grades 2-6)

    NEW

    Policy 215-R Attach.6

    Acceleration Assessment Data
    (Secondary)

    NEW

    Policy 251

    Homeless Students

    Reviewed – No Changes

    Policy 438

    Sabbatical Leave

    Reviewed – No Changes

    Policy 438.1

    Compensated Professional
    Leaves

    Revised

    Policy 803

    School Calendar

    Reviewed – No Changes

    Policy 805.2

    Threat Assessment

    Revised

    Policy 807

    Opening Exercises/Flag Displays

    Revised

    Policy 810

    Transportation

    Revised

    Policy 810.1

    School Bus Drivers and School
    Commercial Motor Vehicle
    Drivers

    Revised with New Name

    Policy 810.4
    NEW PSBA Policy #810.3

    School Vehicle Drivers

    NEW

    Policy 818

    Contracted Services Personnel

    Revised

    Policy 902

    Publications Program

    Revised

    Policy 918

    Title I Parent and Family
    Engagement

    Revised

    Policy 918 – Attach.1

    Title I Parent and Family
    Engagement – CW Longer
    Elementary

    NEW

    Policy 918 – Attach.2

    Title I Parent and Family
    Engagement – Foot of Ten
    Elementary

    NEW

    Policy 918 – Attach.3

    Title I Parent and Family
    Engagement – Frankstown
    Elementary

    New

     

      

    1. Second Reading of Policy for Deletion

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policy is presented for deletion on a first reading:

     

     Policy 429

      Substitute Compensation

     Delete

     

    1. Policy Attachment Updates

    Policy 815 - Attachment 4  Senior High AUP Form

                      Attachment 5  Elementary AUP Form

                      Attachment 6  Junior High AUP Form

     

    Changes include:

    Attachment 4 - Secondary form renamed to Senior High

    Attachment 5 - Added COPPA language and signature

    Attachment 6 - Created to align with policy language approved by the board last month also included COPPA language. 

     

    1. New Business
    2. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     



    Wednesday, July 25, 2018

    Committee of the Whole / Voting Meeting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY 
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm
    2. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    3. Pledge to Flag
    4. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker
    5. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting. 

    1. Presentation

    Rifle Club Proposal

    Presenter:  Scott Hemminger

    1. Committee Report: Athletic Committee

    Mr. Gregory, Athletic Committee Chair, will present a report of the June 13, 2018 Athletic Committee meeting. 

    1. Committee Report: Policy Committee

    Ms. Frye will present a report of the July 11, 2018 Policy Committee meeting.

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker
    2. Announcements

    The board met in executive session at 6:00 pm Wednesday, July 25, 2018 for personnel.

    The Physical Plant Committee will meet Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 5:00pm in the Guidance Career Conference Room of the Senior High, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a combined Committee of the Whole and Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

     

    1. Business Office / Minutes
    2. Minutes

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following Board Meeting Minutes are presented for approval:

     

    May 16, 2018 Committee of the Whole/Voting

    May 30, 2018 Committee of the Whole (Budget Discussion)

    June 13, 2018 Athletic Committee

    June 13, 2018 Committee of the Whole/Voting

    July 11, 2018 Policy Committee

     

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for June, 2018
    2. Treasurer's Reports

    June 30, 2018 Treasurer's Reports

    GENERAL FUND

    $5,098,159.10 Receipts

    $5,756,609.68 Total Disbursements

    $6,937,272.73 Ledger Balance

    CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SERIES 2007C FUND CHECKING

    $0.00 Total Receipts

    $22.32 Total Disbursements

    $0.00 Ledger Balance

    ATHLETIC FUND (Included in General Fund)

    $154,952.89 Total Receipts

    $154,952.89 Disbursements

    $ 0.00 Ledger Balance

    TRUST FUND

    $88.28 Total Receipts

    $0.00 Total Disbursements

    $57,796.03 Ledger Balance

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $101,602.75 Total Receipts

    $166,315.61 Total Disbursements

    $550,696.54 Ledger Balance

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $10,066.93 Total Receipts

    $28,660.48 Total Disbursements

    $52,380.42 Ledger Balance

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $145,867.08 Total Receipts

    $4,438.63 Total Disbursements

    $615,226.44 Ledger Balance

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $31,756.33 Total Receipts

    $31,751.06 Total Disbursements

    $526.91 Ledger Balance

    PAYROLL FUND

    $2,846,106.64 Total Receipts

    $2,812,531.99 Total Disbursements

    $79,726.68 Ledger Balance

    1. List of Payments

    JUNE 30, 2018 LIST OF PAYMENTS

    GENERAL FUND

    $2,993,878.15 Total Payments (Check numbers 155427-155611)

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $50,277.22 Total Payments (Check numbers 22824-22830)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $28,660.48 Total Payments (Check numbers 22695-22720)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $4,438.63 Total Payments (Check numbers 3393-3395)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     79,440.86 (Check numbers 260523-260558)

    $2,733,091.13 (ACH Disbursements)

    $2,812,531.99 Total Payments

    CONSTRUCTION FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check numbers---)

    TRUST FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check numbers---)

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2017-2018 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

    $7,177,145 Total Invested with 25 Financial Institutions

    $257,064 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds 

    1. Food Service for May 2018

    2017-2018 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING MAY 2018

    $17,935.31 May Net Profit

    $117,373.66 Year-to-Date Net Profit

    $847,403.24 Assets

    $847,403.24 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

    1. Athletic Account Analysis

    2017-2018 ATHLETIC ACCOUNT ANALYSIS

    $845,407.08 Year-to-Date Revenue

    $845,407.08 Year-to-Date Expenses

    1. Business Office
    2. Contracts

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Contracts to Purchase Meals for 2018-2019
      Extended Family Academy Revenue: $9,625
      Patrick's School Revenue: $10,450
    2. Agreement with Adelphoi Education, Inc. for the 2018-2019 school year for: 

    Residential Alternative Education and YES (Your Educational Success, credit recovery)

    Regular Ed $56.69/day per student
    Spec Ed $137.68/day per student

     

    1. Agreement with Adelphoi Education, Inc. for the 2018-2019 school year for:
      Day Treatment, Emotional Support and YES (Your Educational Success, credit recovery)
      Regular Ed/Special Ed: $97.85 per day
       
    2. Contract with Gaggle.net, Inc. for safety management for Google-Student email, drive and hangouts effective August 1, 2018 through July 31, 2019 $16,880.00 
       
    3. Referral, Communication and Transfer Agreement with Impact Counseling Services, LLC. effective the 2018-2019 school year for drug and alcohol services.  No Cost 
    4. Letter of Agreement with Impact Counseling Services, LLC to provide a designated outpatient therapist to screen, assess and provide ongoing outpatient drug and alcohol therapy to students who have been referred for drug and alcohol SAP services effective July 25, 2018 through September 1, 2019. No cost 
       
    5. Agreement with Claysburg Kimmel School District to provide transportation to PennMont School effective August 23, 2018 through the last day of the 2018-2019 school year. Revenue: $423.00
       
    6. Agreement with Spring Cove School District to provide transportation to Bishop Guilfoyle High School effective August 23, 2018 through the last day of the 2018-2019 school year. Revenue: $401.20 per pupil per year 
       
    7. Contract of Service with Pennsylvania Educators' Clearinghouse, PA-Educator.net effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019. Professional recruitment services for teachers.Cost: $3,000
       
    8. SaaS Services Agreement with Monsido, Inc. effective July 25, 2018 (annual auto renwal) for website management and maintenance.  Cost: $3,240
       
    9. Maintenance Contract with McCartney's, Inc. for Foot of Ten Equip ID#AD972, Model IR1435LF, Serial Number RZJ41560 - June 1, 2018 to June 1, 2019 Cost: .005 per copy
       
    10. Contract with Music Theatre International (MTI) effective June 25, 2018 through June 19, 2019 for licensing and rental fees associated with the production of Disney's Aladdin, Jr.  Performance dates to be determined Cost: $1,157.50
       
    11. Central Westmoreland Council of Government (COG) membership effective September 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019
      for a cooperative vehichle purchasing agreement renewal.  Cost: $220
       
    12. Engagement Contract with Gerety Presentations for a 60 Minute Keynote and 60 Minute Leadership Program on October 26, 2018 to be held at the Altoona Area High School, Altoona  Total Cost: $1,000 
       
    13. Parent Agreement with Maureen Smith to assume student transportation responsibility and liability effective the 2018-2019 school year Cost:  Current IRS mileage rate reimbursement 
       
    14. Digital Non-Disclosure Agreement with Google, LLC. effective July 1, 2018 through June 20, 2019  No Cost
       
    15. Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8 ESL Consortium Agreement for the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school years. Total costs for services to be divided equally among the Consortium entities on a per-school basis.  Total anticipated cost not to exceed $7,186.60 
       
    16. Printing Agreement with Herff Jones to print and bind the SH Yearbook for school years 2018-2019, 2019-2020 and 2020-2021. Cost: $53.11/book to be paid by parents 
       
    17. Fixed Fee License Agreement with Spitz, Inc. effective August 1, 2018 through July 31, 2019 for Planetarium Program/Exhibition titled Incoming!Cost: $3,000  **Cost to be reimbursed by HASD Foundation.
       
    18. Renewal Agreement with West Interactive Services Corporation for School Messenger secure document delivery system effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019  Cost:  $8,063.80 (all buildings)
       
    19. Contract with Renaissance Learning for Accelerated Reader and STAR Reading Subscription Renewal effective August 1, 2018 through July 31, 2019 Cost: $25,125.84 
       
    20. Digital Amendment to the Infinite Campus End User License Agreement effective 2018-2019 school year.  This is an update to the existing agreement to add the Campus Learning Module.  Cost:  $3,449
       
    21. Agreement with Blair County Drug and Alcohol Program, Inc. effective September 15, 2018 through September 14, 2019 for drug and alcohol prevention and Student Assistance Liaison Services.  No Cost   
       
    22. Agreement with Appalachia Intermediate Unit 08 for classroom rentals at Charles W. Longer, Junior High and Senior High effective August 1, 2018 through July 31, 2019. Revenue: $750
       
    23. Agreement with Fullington School Bus, LLC to provide student transportation services effective July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2024Cost: 2019-2020 school year $1,556,043
       
    24. Affiliation Agreement in Nutrition and Dietetics Programs with Cedar Crest College effective August 1, 2018 through July 31, 2023 for participants to provide the clinical education necessary among the requirements for registration as a dietician and to educate personnel at the post-baccalaureat level who can function effectively in a professional environment.  No Cost
       
    25. School Services Agreement with Security Voice, Inc. effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 to provide telephone service to receive information from district students, employees and/or others who have suspicions and/or other information of wrong doing, illegal or unethical acts or other forms of loss relating to the school district's operations, properties or employees. Cost:  $2,164.50
       
    26. Memorandum of Understanding with National Math and Science Initiative's College Readiness Program effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021 to provide a program proven to elevate public education performance in STEM using performance based accounting measure. No Cost
       
    27. Membership Fee Agreement with Appalachia IU08 STEM Lending Center for the 2018-2019 school year Cost: $250
       
    28. Cooperative Agreement with Mount Aloysius College for the College in the High School Program effective the 2018-2019 school year. No Cost: $55/credit paid by parents
       
    29. Contract (Revised) with Get More Math! for SH software licensing effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019Cost:  $1,875
       
    30. Contract with Lexia Learning System, LLC. for Lexia Core5 Reading Student Subscription effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021  Cost:  $28,980
       
    31. Memorandum of Understanding with Blair County Head Start to provide comprehensive pre-school and child development services effective July 25, 2018 through June 30, 2019
      No Cost
       
    32. Agreement with Freedom Excursions by Scully, LLC to provide group charter transportation on a per trip basis, effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.  Cost: Quoted in a per trip basis

     

    1. Bid Awards

    Per Board Policy 610, Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation, the following bid is recommended for approval:

     

    Award Winter/Spring Sports bid to 7 vendors for 40 various items totaling $15,004.45   

    Award Dairy Products bid prorated to all responding vendors for various 1/2 pints of milk totaling an estimated cost of $104,302.12

    Award Iced Tea/Lemonade Products bid based on estimated costs to Ritchey's Dairy, Inc. for diet iced tea with lemon $1,700 and to Galliker Dairy Co. for lo-Cal tea and drinks $2,340  

    Award Bakery Products bid based on estimated costs for various bread products to Angelo Pacifico & Sons, Inc.  Cost:  $23,726.29

    1. Blair County Tax Claim Bureau Repository Bid

    Accept bid from Sean P. Wilt for Map#07.00-02..-029.00-000 in the amount of $250.

    1. A la carte prices for 2018-2019

    Per Policy 808 - Food Services, the administration is recommending the following pricing for 2018-2019 cafeteria ala carte items.

     

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT

    2018-2019 ALA CARTE ITEMS

      Item

      Price

      Apple Slices

      0.65

      Bag Snacks

      0.55, 0.65, 0.85

      Breakfast Bar

      1.00

      Bread Stick

      0.50

      Chex Mix

      0.75

      Cinnamon Roll

      1.00

      Cocoa Brownie

      0.85

      Cupcake

      0.75

      Donut

      0.85

      Gatorade (12 oz)

      1.25

      Goldfish Crackers

      0.40

      Granola Bar

      0.65

      Ice Cream

      1.00

      Iced Tea Carton

      1.00

      Iced Tea Bottle

      1.00

      Juice (4oz)

      0.50

      Juice Box

      0.65

      Krispie Treat

      1.00

      Lemonade

      1.00

      Milk

      0.50

      Mini Bread Loaf

      0.65

      Muffin

      0.75

      Nutrigrain Bar

      0.75

      Poptart- Single

      0.75

      Poptart- Double

      1.25

      Propel

      1.50

      Sherbet Dixie 

      0.65

      Smoothie 

      2.50

      Switch Juice Beverage

      1.00

      Uncrustable Small

      1.25

      Uncrustable Large

      2.00

      Water Large

      1.00

      Water Small

      0.50

      Yogurt 4 oz

      0.65

      Yogurt 6 oz

      1.00

     

      

    1. Federal Program Budget Adjustments

     

    2017-2018 Budget:

    2017-2018 Title II:  ($4,603.00)

    2017-2018 Title I:  $30,803.00

     

    2018-2019 Budget:

    2017-2018 II $4,603

     

    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

    1. Capital Reserve Project

    Capital Reserve Project for 2018-2019:

    Foot of Ten Elementary Storm Repair 

    Cost:  $15,300

     

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

     

    1. Secondary Student/Student Handbook with Changes - FINAL

    ** Gray highlights and strikeouts were approved at the June 13, 2018 Voting Meeting. 

     

    ** Changes and strikeouts made after June 13, 2018 are highlighted in various colors.  

     

    ** Changes were made to page numbers 4, 5, 6, 7, 12, 15, 44, 59, 65, 66, 70, 77, 80, 81, 82 and 137 

     

    1. National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

    Policy 127-Assessment

    The largest national assessment measuring proficiency in math, reading, science and writing.  The results are used with the Nation's report card. 

    1. Student Paths Fall 2018 Survey

    Policy 127-Assessment

     

    Student Paths helps prepare high school students for their futures in the areas of college, career, and life readiness.

    • Student Paths Overview
    • Student Paths Overview (Powerpoint)
    • Student Paths Data Privacy Statement
       

    To read more about this program click here: https://studentpaths.com/stpa/company/ 

    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is being asked to approve the Personnel actions.

    NO

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    1

    Approve

    Wage and Benefit Agreement

    Food Service Managers

    Adm.

    Retroactive to 7/1/2018 - 6/30/2022

     

    2

    Approve

    Mary Haenig

    Health Room Assistant      HRASHSHLTH02

    Dist.

    8/20/2018

    Increase days from 3 to 5 days per week

    3

    Resignation

    Keshia Seymour

    1st Grade Teacher         TCHCWL01GR01

    CWL

    Retroactive to 6/27/2018

     

    4

    Resign

    Meghan Love

    FT Special Education Teacher    TCHJHSSPEC06

    JH

    Retroactive to 7/17/2018

     

    5

    Approve

    Alexa Ritchey

    Grade 4 Teacher                   TCHCWL04GR03

    CWL

    8/20/2018

    BS 17 $42,710

    6

    Approve

    Theresa Gillie

    Grade 5 Teacher      TCHCWL05GR05

    CWL

    8/20/2018

    M 17 $43,710

    7

    Approve

    Jennifer Bloom

    Grade 3 Teacher               TCHFOT03GR01

    FOT

    8/20/2018

    BS 17 $42,710

    8

    Approve

    Carissa Blair

    Special Education Teacher   TCHFKSSPEC04

    FKS

    8/20/2018

    BS 17 $42,710

    9

    Approve

    Keely Jones

    Guidance Counselor    TCHJHSGUID01

    JH

    8/20/2018

    M 16 $45,560

    10

    Approve

    Lauren Ashurst

    Reading Teacher          TCHJHSREAD04

    JH

    8/20/2018

    BS 16 $44,560

    11

    Approve

    Jordan Griffith

    Social Studies Teacher        TCHJHSHIST06

    JH/SH

    8/20/2018

    BS 17 $42,710

    12

    Approve

    Raquel Lemelle

    Long Term Substitute Spanish Teacher                         TCHSHSLANG04

    SH

    8/20/2018- end of 18/19 SY

    LTS rate entire year $42,710 (full benefits Sept. - June)

    13

    Approve

    Andrew Kaminski

    Long-Term Substitute Art Teacher

    FOT

    Approx. 8/20/18-11/14/18

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    14

    Approve

    John Albright

    Long-Term Substitute English Teacher

    SH

    Approx. 8/20/18 - 12/31/18

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment; full benefits Sept. - Dec.

    15

    Approve

    Jacqueline Cupp

    Long-Term Substitute Family and Consumer Science Teacher

    SH

    Approx. 8/20/18-11/14/2018

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment; full benefits Sept. - Nov.

    16

    Approve

    Nyssa McKnight

    Full Time Day to Day Elementary Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    8/20/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days

    17

    Approve

    J. Niccole Stultz

    Award Tenure

    FKS

    Retroactive to 1/20/2018

     

    18

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    Special Education Services

    SH

    Retroactive to 3/19/18-4/18/18

    10 hours at $26.00 per hour

    19

    Approve

    Mary Baker

    Summer School-Enrichment Health

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/19/2018

    1.75 hours at $26.00 per hour=$45.50

    20

    Approve

    Jeffrey Miller

    Prom Chaperone

    SH

    Retroactive to 5/25/2018

    5 hours at $26.00 per hour = $130.00

    21

    Approve

    Alexandra Kephart

    Prom Chaperone

    SH

    Retroactive to 5/25/2018

    5 hours at $26.00 per hour = $130.00

    22

    Approve

    Julie Bowser

    Sports Physicals

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/2/2018

    7 hours at $26.00 per hour

    23

    Approve

    Susan Swope

    Sports Physicals

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/2/2018

    5.5 hours at $26.00 per hour

    24

    Approve

    Wendy Lieb

    Sports Physicals

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/2/2018

    6.5 hours at $26.00 per hour

    25

    Approve

    Christine Snyder

    Sports Physicals

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/2/2018

    6 hours at 17/18 hourly Rate

    26

    Approve

    Susan Nori

    Sports Physicals

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/2/2018

    6 hours at 17/18 hourly Rate

    27

    Remove

    Alysha Kachur

    C&I - Math 9 (New Course)

    JH

    7/25/2018

     

    28

    Approve

    Kristie Holtz

    C & I - Mentoring Project (JH)

    SH

    7/25/2018

    Up to 2 hours @$26/hour; $52

    29

    Approve

    Hully Hoover

    C & I - Mentoring Project (JH)

    SH

    7/25/2018

    Up to 2 hours @$26/hour; $52

    30

    Approve

    Elaine Baney

    C & I - Art 8 (Rewrite)

    JH

    Retroactive to 7/1/18

    Stipend - $200

    31

    Approve

    Jacqueline Settimio

    C & I - Art 8 (Rewrite)

    JH

    Retroactive to 7/1/18

    Stipend - $200

    32

    Approve

    Elaine Baney

    C & I - Art 7 (Rewrite)

    JH

    Retroactive to 7/1/18

    Stipend - $200

    33

    Approve

    Jacqueline Settimio

    C & I - Art 7 (Rewrite)

    JH

    Retroactive to 7/1/18

    Stipend - $200

    34

    Approve

    Kathryn Clever

    C & I - Advanced Child Development (New Course)

    SH

    Retroactive to 7/1/18

    Stipend - $575

    35

    Approve

    Rick Imler

    C & I -Planetarium

    SH

    Retroactive to 7/1/18

    Up to 10 hours @$26/hour; $260

    36

    Approve

    RJ Albarano

    C & I - School Improvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/15/17

    5 hours @ $26/hour; $130

    37

    Approve

    Melissa Hatch

    C & I - School Improvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/16/17

    5 hours @ $26/hour; $130

    38

    Approve

    Sonja Bihary

    C & I - School Improvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/15/17

    5 hours @ $26/hour; $130

    39

    Approve

    Sarah Palazzi

    C & I - School Improvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/15/17

    5 hours @ $26/hour; $130

    40

    Approve

    Lauren Wharton

    C & I - School Improvement

    CWL

    Retroactive to 8/16/17

    5 hours @ $26/hour; $130

    41

    Approve

    Kristen Murgo

    ESY-Teacher

     

    Extend position to 8/20/2018

    $26.00 per hour

    42

    Approve

    Game Worker Rates 18/19

    See attached listing

    Dist.

    18/19 SY

     

    43

    Resignation

    James Patterson

    7th Grade Football Coach

    JH

    Retroactive to 7/6/2018

     

    44

    Resignation

    Deborah Faith

    Cheerleader Coach Co-advisor

    SH

    Retroactive to 7/20/2018

     

    45

    Approve

    Kyle Brown

    7th Grade Football Coach

    JH

    7/25/2018

    $2,687.59

    46

    Approve

    Doug Irvin

    Assistant Varsity Football Coach (from split 50% Hiott to 100% in 18/19)

    SH

    7/25/2018

    $4,504.48

    47

    Approve

    Kaylyn Massafra

    7th Grade Girls' Basketball Coach

    JH

    7/25/2018

    $1866.53 (18/19 SY)

    48

    Approve

    Timothy Keech

    Head JH Girls' Basketball Coach

    JH

    7/25/2018

    $3335.32 (18/19 SY)

    49

    Approve

    Paulo Neto

    JH Boys' Soccer Coach

    JH

    18/19 SY

    $3280.59 (18/19 SY)

    50

    Approve

    Daniel Tewell

    6th Grade/Elementary League Boys' Basketball coord

    Dist.

    18/19 SY

    $1849.87 (18/19 SY)

    51

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    Sophomore Class Co-Advisor

    SH

    18/19 SY

    $1064.13 (18/19 SY)

    52

    Approve

    Deanna Jubeck

    Sophomore Class Co-Advisor

    SH

    18/19 SY

    $1064.13 (18/19 SY)

    53

    Approve

    Nicole Stouffer

    Project NASA Co-Advisor

    JH

    18/19 SY

    $257.50 (18/19 SY)

    54

    Approve

    Nicole Stouffer

    Scholastic Quiz Team Co-Advisor

    JH

    18/19 SY

    $322.04 (18/19 SY)

    55

    Approve

    John Yogus

    National Junior Honor Society Co-Advisor

    JH

    18/19 SY

    $1212.57 (18/19 SY)

    56

    Approve

    Michelle Galo

    ELA-Department Chair

    JH

    18/19 SY

    $2548.20 (18/19 SY)

    57

    Approve

    Contract with AFSCME for CUSTODIAL/MAINTENANCE &
    CAFETERIA EMPLOYEES

     

    Dist.

    7/1/18 through 6/30/2022

     

    58

    Approve

    MOU with AFSCME re: Food Service Driver Sub

     

    Dist.

    7/25/2018

     

    59

    Resign

    Brooke Meadows

    5 Hour Office Paraprofessional     ADPCWLAIDE02

    CWL

    8/9/2018

     

    60

    Create position

     

    New PT Special Education Paraprofessional-Autistic Support

    JH

    18/19 SY

    $14.37/hour                             (new position not in 18/19 budget)

    61

    Create position

     

    New PT Special Education Paraprofessional-Autistic Support

    JH

    18/19 SY

    $14.37/hour                             (new position not in 18/19 budget)

    62

    Approve

    Deborah Faith

    Sports Physicals

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/2/2018

    6.5 hours at 17/18 hourly rate

    63

    Approve

    Tracy Faduski

    ESY Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 7/2/2018

    18/19 hourly Rate

    64

    Resign

    Jayne Dietrich

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/27/2018

     

    65

    Resign

    Kendal Moses

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 7/2/2018

     

    66

    Resign

    Stephanie Beach

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/27/2018

     

    67

    Resign

    Sarah Caracciolo

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 7/6/2018

     

    68

    Resign

    Taylor Moore

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 7/6/2018

     

    69

    Resign

    Shane Reffner

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 7/6/2018

     

    70

    Resign

    Kathleen Pike

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 4/23/2018

     

    71

    Resign

    Connie Peacock

    Substitute Secretary/Para/Special Ed Para

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 7/6/2018

     

    72

    Resign

    Margaret Kibler

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 7/10/18

     

    73

    Resign

    Marli Swope

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 7/18/2018

     

    74

    Delete

    Cheryl Feathers

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 2/23/2018

     

    75

    Delete

    Lisa Holsinger

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/16/17

     

    76

    Delete

    Funteller Jackson

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 1/3/2018

     

    77

    Delete

    Christine Benzel

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/26/2018

     

    78

    Delete

    Caesandra Burgh

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/11/17

     

    79

    Delete

    Sarah Collins

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/11/2017

     

    80

    Delete

    Lauren Creppage

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 12/15/2016

     

    81

    Delete

    Thomas Dougherty

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/6/2017

     

    82

    Delete

    Kristen Eger

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 10/02/2017

     

    83

    Delete

    Marlene Eichenlaub

    Substitute Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    7/25/2018

     

    84

    Delete

    David Field

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 1/13/2017

     

    85

    Delete

    Stephanie Fulmer

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 2/1/2015

     

    86

    Delete

    Terri Lingenfelter

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    7/25/2018

     

    87

    Delete

    Debra Mextorf

    Substitute Secretary/Para

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 12/1/2015

     

    88

    Delete

    Angela Ryan

    Substitute Special Education Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    7/6/2018

     

    89

    Approve

    C. Fred Marschak Jr.

    Volunteer

    Dist.

    6/27/2018

     

    90

    Approve

    James Patterson

    Volunteer-Football

    Dist.

    7/25/2018

     

    91

    Approve

    Jeff Vroman

    Volunteer-Football

    Dist.

    7/25/2018

     

    92

    Information Only

    Alyssa Carpenter

    Transfer from Grade 3 FOT to Grade 2 FOT

    FOT

    8/20/2018

     

    93

    Information Only

    Elizabeth Martinsen

    Transfer from Grade 4 CWL to Grade 1 CWL

    CWL

    8/20/2018

     

    94

    Information Only

    Suzannah Cannon

    Building Change as Special Education Teacher from FOT to FKS

    FKS

    8/20/2018

     

    95

    Information Only

    Katelynn Parkes

    Guidance Counselor    TCHJHSGUID01

    JH

    Resignation Date 6/13/2018

     

    96

    Information Only

    Tricia Rosas

    Reading Specialist          TCHJHSREAD04

    JH

    Resignation Date 6/22/2018

     

    97

    Information Only

    Greggory Reese    TCHJHSHIST07

    From JH/SH Social Studies to JH Social Studies

    JH

    18/19 SY

     

    98

    Information Only

    Eileen Roberts

    From Autistic Support to Learning Support

    JH

    18/19 SY

     

    99

    Information Only

    Darryl Pike

    3rd Shift Custodian

    SH

    Official Start date of 6/28/2018

     

    100

    Information Only

    Rachel Collette

    LTS; Spanish Teacher                     DECLINED POSITION

    SH

    8/20/18 for entire 18/19 SY

    $42,710.00

    101

    Information Only

    James Babyak

    2nd Shift Custodian- Junior High CUFJHSCUST03

    JH

    Official Start date of 7/16/2018

    $18.68 less $1.50 new hire = $17.18 per hour; $200 shift differential

     

    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Pool Counsel Technology in Education

    Per Board Policy 005 - Organization,

    Approve Sweet, Stevens, Katz, Williams, LLP for The Technology in Education Pool counsel service to give legal advice on technology in education through the Appalachia IU08 effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019

    Cost:  $600 

    1. First Reading of Policies

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policies are presented for approval on a first reading:
     

    Policy 008

    Organization Chart

    Revised

    Policy 215

    Promotion and Retention

    Revised with New Name

    Policy 215-R Attach.1

    Acceleration Process for
    Elementary / Secondary

    NEW

    Policy 215-R Attach.2

    Math Acceleration Assessment
    Data (Kindergarten and Grade 1)

    NEW

    Policy 215-R Attach.3

    Math Acceleration Assessment
    Data (Grades 2-6)

    NEW

    Policy 215-R Attach.4

    ELA Acceleration Assessment
    Data (Kindergarten and Grade 1)

    NEW

    Policy 215-R Attach.5

    ELA Acceleration Assessment
    Data (Grades 2-6)

    NEW

    Policy 215-R Attach.6

    Acceleration Assessment Data
    (Secondary)

    NEW

    Policy 251

    Homeless Students

    Reviewed – No Changes

    Policy 438

    Sabbatical Leave

    Reviewed – No Changes

    Policy 438.1

    Compensated Professional
    Leaves

    Revised

    Policy 803

    School Calendar

    Reviewed – No Changes

    Policy 805.2

    Threat Assessment

    Revised

    Policy 807

    Opening Exercises/Flag Displays

    Revised

    Policy 810

    Transportation

    Revised

    Policy 810.1

    School Bus Drivers and School
    Commercial Motor Vehicle
    Drivers

    Revised with New Name

    Policy 810.4
    NEW PSBA Policy #810.3

    School Vehicle Drivers

    NEW

    Policy 818

    Contracted Services Personnel

    Revised

    Policy 902

    Publications Program

    Revised

    Policy 918

    Title I Parent and Family
    Engagement

    Revised

    Policy 918 – Attach.1

    Title I Parent and Family
    Engagement – CW Longer
    Elementary

    NEW

    Policy 918 – Attach.2

    Title I Parent and Family
    Engagement – Foot of Ten
    Elementary

    NEW

    Policy 918 – Attach.3

    Title I Parent and Family
    Engagement – Frankstown
    Elementary

    New

     

      

    1. First Reading of Policy for Deletion

     Policy 429

      Substitute Compensation

     Delete


    1. Second Reading of Policy

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policy is presented for approval on a second reading:

    Policy 815.2  Educational Use of Student Owned Technology Devices

    1. President's Report - New Business
    2. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     



    Wednesday, June 13, 2018

    Committee of the Whole / Voting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening 7:00pm
    2. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    3. Pledge to Flag 
    4. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker
    5. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate. Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    1. GACTC Award Winners

    Recognition

    GREATER ALTOONA CAREER AND

    TECHNOLOGY CENTER AWARDS

    • AARON N. STUCKEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
      Kyle D. Fink
       
    • RELIANCE BANK SCHOLARSHIP
      Delaney K. Clemens
    • SKILLS USA STATE CONFERENCE
      Benjamin R. Campbell
      Drew A. Dunmire

      OUTSTANDING SENIORS
       
    • AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
      Blake A. Neely
    • AUTOMOTIVE/DIESEL TECHNOLOGY
      Kyle D. Fink
       
    • COLLISION REPAIR & REFINISHING TECHNOLOGY
      Christopher K. Noel
       
    • COMPUTER PROGRAMMING/ORACLE ACADEMY
      Sherman W. Taylor
       
    • DENTAL ASSISTANT
      Delaney K. Clemens
    • ELECTRICAL TRADES
      Joshua J. Lynn
    • INTERIOR DECORATING & FINISHING
      Shannon M. Brothers
    • LOGISTICS & MATERIALS MANAGEMENT
      Sarah J. Plowman
    • WELDING TECHNOLOGY
      Drew A. Dunmire
    • NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY
      Delaney K. Clemens
      Jonathan M. Letcher
      Blake A. Neely
      Garrett D. Schultz
      Sherman W. Taylor
      Nicholas I. Williams
      Harley Eger
    1. Employee Recognition

    Ruth Smith, cafeteria manager at Frankstown, was named the Cafeteria Manager of the Year by the School Nutrition Association. 

    1. Elementary Library Curriculum Evaluation

    Tim Gildea, Derek Trimmer and Cathy Breisacher will be presenting the Elementary Library Curriculum evaluation.

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker
    2. Announcements

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 6:00pm for personnel.

    The Policy Committee will meet Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 6:00PM in the Guidance Career Conference Room of the Senior High, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg PA.

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a combined Committee of the Whole and Voting Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

    1. Minutes

    Per Board Policy 006-Meetings, approval of the following minutes:

    May 9, 2018 Physical Plant Committee

    May 9, 2018 Committee of the Whole (Budget Discussion)

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for May, 2018
    2. Treasurer's Reports

     

    May 31, 2018 Treasurer's Reports

     

    GENERAL FUND

    $1,124,032.37 Receipts

    $5,995,399.89 Total Disbursements

    $7,595,723.31 Ledger Balance

     

    CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SERIES 2007C FUND CHECKING

    $22.32 Total Receipts

    $22,607.45 Total Disbursements

    $22.32 Ledger Balance

     

    ATHLETIC FUND (Included in General Fund)

    $33,086.17 Total Receipts

    $33,086.17 Disbursements

    $ 0.00 Ledger Balance

     

    TRUST FUND

    $88.16 Total Receipts

    $0.00 Total Disbursements

    $57,707.75 Ledger Balance

     

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $174,223.71 Total Receipts

    $141,035.76 Total Disbursements

    $615,409.40 Ledger Balance

     

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $13,436.04 Total Receipts

    $33,231.28 Total Disbursements

    $70,973.97 Ledger Balance

     

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $43,292.16 Total Receipts

    $0.00 Total Disbursements

    $473,797.99 Ledger Balance

     

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $33,358.70 Total Receipts

    $33,351.33 Total Disbursements

    $521.64 Ledger Balance

     

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,872,851.62 Total Receipts

    $1,851,078.48 Total Disbursements

    $46,152.03 Ledger Balance

    1. List of Payments

    MAY 31, 2018 LIST OF PAYMENTS

    GENERAL FUND

    $4,175,172.70 Total Payments (Check numbers 155147-155426)

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $63,624.52 Total Payments (Check numbers 22811-22823)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $33,231.28 Total Payments (Check numbers 22664-22694)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check number---)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     76,270.77 (Check numbers 260471-260492)

    $1,774,807.71 (ACH Disbursements)

    $1,851,078.48 Total Payments

    CONSTRUCTION FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check numbers---)

    TRUST FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check numbers---)

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2017-2018 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

    $7,167,242 Total Invested with 25 Financial Institutions

    $256,764 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

    1. YTD Expenditures/Revenues

     2017-2018 YEAR-TO-DATE REVENUES & EXPENDITURES

    GENERAL FUND (Includes Athletic Fund)

    $40,534,530.59 Revenues

    $39,492,300.17 Expenditures

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $247,352.92 Revenues

    $341,433.46 Expenditures

    SENIOR HIGH CONSTRUCTION FUND

    $293.10 Revenues

    $    0.00 Expenditures

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $1,565,664.00 Revenues

    $1,375,048.46 Expenditures

    TRUST FUND

    $   772.75 Revenues

    $2,250.00 Expenditures

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    Net Balances are reflected in each Student Activity Account

    PAYROLL FUND

    Revenues & Expenses Net to Zero other than Interest Incom

    1. Budget Transfers

    2017-2018 BUDGET TRANSFERS

    PERIOD OF MAY 10, 2018 – JUNE 7, 2018

    $183,563 – General Fund

    $2,077– Food Service

    $134,762 – Capital Reserve

    1. Food Service for April, 2018

    2017-2018 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING APRIL 2018

    $20,792.69 April Net Profit

    $99,438.35 Year-to-Date Net Profit

    $824,856.69 Assets

    $824,856.69 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

    1. Athletic Account Analysis

     2017-2018 ATHLETIC ACCOUNT ANALYSIS

     

    $690,454.19 Year-to-Date Revenue

    $690,454.19 Year-to-Date Expenses 

    1. Contracts

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. Digital Streaming Purchase Commitment effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 with Appalachia IU8 for Discovery Education Streaming  Total Cost: $3,920 (3500 students at $1.12 per student)  This is a digital contract.  The Discovery Education video streaming service allows teachers to incorporate educational media into curriculum.
       
    2. ​Contract with Edmentum for Study Island for Junior High software license effective July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019  Cost:  $2,695
    3. Contract with Edmentum for Study Island for Elementary software license effective July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019  Cost:  $5,882 
       
    4. Contract with Amplify for the purchase of Dibels Next Software - Annual Subscription Renewal effective 8/1/2018 through 7/31/2019 Cost:  $9,923.40 
       
    5. Appalachia Intermediate Unit - Substitute Teacher Consortium Participation for the 2018-2019 school year Cost:  $500
       
    6. Education Leading to Employment and Career Training (ELECT) Consortium effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021 
       
    7. Agreement with Blair Regional YMCA for use of the high school, pool, boys and girls locker rooms, auxiliary gym (when unable to use outside patio) and concession stand for the 2018-2019 YMCA swim season effective October 1, 2018 through March 1, 2019  Revenue:  $4,060.65
       
    8. Agreement with Appalachia Intermediate Unit 8's Pennsylvania Mountain Service Corps AmeriCorp Program (PMSC) effective the August 20, 2018 through June 16, 2019.  $11,186 (cash match) + $1,000  In-Kind Contribution (Full Time Corpsmember) and $5,900 (Part Time Corpsmember)
       
    9. Contract with Get More Math for JH software licensing effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019  Cost:  $5,775
       
    10. Contract with Get More Math for SH software licensing effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019  Cost:  $1,275
       
    11. Contract with Music Theatre International (MTI) effective June 13, 2018 through November 18, 2018 for licensing and rental fees associated with the production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast.  Performances (4) will be held November 15, 2018 through November 17, 2018 Cost:  $3,895
       
    12. Contract with Music Theatre International (MTI) effective June 13, 2018 through May 30, 2019 for licensing and rental fees associated with the production of Disney's Little Mermaid, Jr.  Performance dates to be determined Cost: $760
    13. Resolution to Install Handicapped Accessible Playground Equipment and Lease Agreement with the Frankstown Elementary Parent Teacher Organization for lease of the Frankstown Elementary School Playground

     Resolution:

    The Hollidaysburg Area School Board hereby grants permission and authorization to the Frankstown Elementary Parent Teacher Organization, at its sole cost and expense to install handicapped accessible playground equipment at the Frankstown Elementary School (hereinafter Project) provided that upon completion of the installation of the equipment the same shall become the property of the Hollidaysburg Area School District. 

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following agreement is presented for approval:

    Lease Agreement with the Frankstown Elementary Parent Teacher Organization for the lease of the Frankstown Elementary School playground for the installation of handicapped accessible playground equipment effective June 14, 2018 through September 4 2018. (Pending receipt of certificate of insurance and certified Frankstown PTO meeting minutes granting authorization to take all action to consummate the lease agreement and the project.)

     

    1. Stuckey Subaru Lease Agreement

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following lease agreement is presented for approval:

    One-Year Closed-End Motor Vehicle Lease Agreement with Stuckey Subaru for a 2017 Subaru Crosstrek PR Driver's Education Vehicle effective July 1, 2018 through July 31, 2019  Cost: $108.00

    1. Signature Authorization

    Authorization for the Business Manager to sign any and all documents relating to the lease of a driver's education vehicle with Stuckey Subaru.

    1. Capital Reserve Change Order for JH/SH Sanitary Sewer Project

    Capital Reserve Change Order for the JH/SH Sanitary Sewer Project

    Change Order #001

    Net Deduct $1,520

    Required changes following initial project review.

    1. Change Order Authorization
      Authorization for the Superintendent, or Business Manager in the Superintendent's absence, to approve capital reserve project change orders necessary for the Junior High/Senior High Sanitary Sewer project, to avoid disruption of the project.
    2. Donations

    Per Board Policy 702, Gifts, Grants and Donations, the board is being asked to approve the following donations:

     

    1. Rocky Gap for donation of 8 chairs and a sofa for use in the Senior High Internet Cafe 
    2. Frankstown Playground Upgrade and Equipment-Retail Value $160,000
    3. Requests to Establish New Student Activity Accounts

     Per Board Policy 618, Student Activity Fund Control:

    New Student Activity:  Class of 2021 - No. 01

    Purpose:  To provide students with the opportunity to participate in senior class activities.
     

    New Student Activity:  Chrome Squad - No. 99

    Purpose:  To provide students with real world training and real world experience in IT related fields.

    1. Student Activity Fundraiser

    Per Board Policy 229, District Fund Raising:

    Key Club #66

    Freckled Moose/Butter Braids

    Spring, 2018 (retroactive)

    Expected Profit:  $200-$500

    1. Close Student Activity Accounts

    Per Board Policy 618-Student Activity Fund Control, the following Student Activities are being recommended to be closed:

    #18 Senior High Class of 2018

    #36 Senior High Interact

    #48 Senior High Planetarium (To be combined with the STEM Club)

    #34 Senior High Tiger Tracks

    1. Transfer of Funds: Class of 2018, Account #18 to Class of 2019 Account #19
    2. Transfer of Student Activity Funds

    Per Board Policy 618-Student Activity Fund Control, the following  Closed Student Activity balances are being recommended for transfer:

    From: #34 Senior High Tiger Tracks ($45.83)

    To: #73 Senior High Student Council $45.83

    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

    1. Federal Program Budget Adjustment

    Approve (Roll Call Vote)

    2017-2018 Budget:

    2017-2018 Title II:  $337.00

    1. Tuition Students for 2018-2019

    Per Board Policy, 202. Eligibility of Non-Resident Students, the administration recommends board approval of a secondary grade 9 and a secondary grade 11 tuition student for the 2018-2019 school year. 

    1. Authorization for the 2018-2019 School Year for the Business Administrator/Business Manager with the Board President/Board Vice President's approval to enter into electricity/natural gas agreements when securing a lower rate would result in savings to the district prior to the next scheduled Voting Meeting of the board. Contracts entered into in this manner will be presented to the board at the next scheduled board meeting for information purposes.
    2. Authorization for the Administration to apply for 2018-2019 Federal, State and Local grants and for the Superintendent to enter into awarded 2018-2019 Federal, State and Local grant contracts. The 2018-2019 budget will be reopened for budget adjustments for Federal and State grants as needed.

    Per Board Policy 626-Federal Fiscal Compliance, the board is being asked to grant Authorization for the Administration to apply for 2018-2019 Federal, State and Local grants and for the Superintendent to enter into awarded 2018-2019 Federal, State and Local grant contracts. The 2018-2019 budget will be reopened for budget adjustments for Federal and State grants as needed.

    1. Resolution of Board of School Directors Establishing Fund Balance Policies as required by GASB 54

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED,  that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits the following portion of its June 30, 2017 Senior High Construction Committed Fund Balance as follows:

    BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District recommits $100,000 from the Senior High Construction Committed Fund Balance and transfers $100,000 to the unreserved/undesignated Capital Reserve Fund Balance.

    1. Final Budget for General Fund Approval Resolution

    Per Board Policy 604-Budget Adoption:

    RESOLVED, by the Board of School Directors of Hollidaysburg Area School District, as follows:

    • The proposed Final Budget of the School District for the 2018-2019 fiscal year on form PDE-2028 as presented to the School Board is adopted as a Final Budget for the School District General Fund in the amount of $49,416,461 revenues and $50,524,097 expenditures. 
       
    • The proposed Capital Reserve Fund Budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year as presented to the School Board is adopted as the Capital Reserve Fund Budget in the amount of $5,000 revenues and $235,595 expenditures.

    Food Service Fund

    Revenues $1,966,337

    Expenditures $1,946,866

    Estimated Ending Fund Balance June 30, 2019 $439,779

    Student Activity Fund

    Revenues $199,956

    Expenditures $186,048 

    1. Annual Tax Levy Resolution

    Per Board Policy 650-Tax Levy:

    RESOLVED, by the Hollidaysburg Area School District, that taxes are levied for school purpose for the school year beginning July 1, 2018, subject to the provisions of the Local Tax Collection Law and the Local Tax Enabling Act 511, as follows:

    Real Estate Tax

    Real Estate tax of 8.8883 mills (or $8.88 per $1,000 of assessment)

    (Including Real Estate at .0166 mill for Public Library)

    Section 679 Per Capita Tax

     $5.00 per individual over the age of 18 who is a resident

    Act 511 Per Capita Tax

    $5.00 for Allegheny Township, Blair Township, Newry Borough, Hollidaysburg Borough and Duncansville Borough

    Act 511 Per Capita: $10.00 for Juniata and Frankstown Townships

    Earned Income/Net Profits Tax

    1.0% (HASD receives .5% & Municipalities receives .5%)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

    Flat Rate Occupation Tax 

    $10.00

    Real Estate Transfer Tax

    1.0% (HASD receives .5% & Municipalities receives .5%.)

    1. Homestead and Farmstead Exclusion Resolution effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019

    Per Board Policy 605-Tax Levy:

    RESOLVED, by the Board of School Directors of the Hollidaysburg Area School District, that homestead and farmstead exclusion real estate tax assessment reductions are authorized for the school year beginning July 1, 2018 of $9,362 under the provisions of the Homestead Property Exclusion Program Act (part of Act 50 of 1998) and the Taxpayer Relief Act (Act 1 of 2006) 

    1. School Lunch Prices for 2018-2019

     Per Board Policy 808-Food Services, the board is being asked to approve 2018-2019 school lunch prices.

    2018-2019 SCHOOL BREAKFAST/LUNCH PRICES

     

    Elementary Student Breakfast:  

      $1.10    

    Elementary Student Lunch: 

      $2.25

    Secondary Student Breakfast:

      $1.20

    Secondary Student Lunch:

      $2.50

    Milk:

      $ . 50

    Adult Lunch: 

      $3.50

    Adult Breakfast

      $2.50


     

    1. Capital Reserve Projects for 2018-2019

    The administration recommends the following 2018-19 Capital Reserve Projects and Five (5) Year Capital Projects Plan for approval:

    Junior and Senior High School

    Lateral Sewer Upgrades $235,595

    1. Insurances for 2018-2019

    Per Board Policies 811-Bonding, 812-Property Insurance, and 813-Other Insurances, the board is being asked to approve the following 2018-2019 insurance policies:

     

    General Property/Liability $123,416

    School Board Liability Errors & Omissions $20,292

    Commercial Umbrella $18,676

    Commercial Automobile $10,928

    Volunteer Risk Management Insurance $1,250

    Catastrophic Jr/Sr High Sports & Student Activities $2,561

    Jr/Sr High Sports/Intramural Sports/Student Activities $18,754

    Tax Collector's Bond $2,853

    Public Official's Bond Treasurer $269

    Public Official's Bond Business Administrator $175

    Public Official's Bond Business Manager/Board Secretary $175

    Public Official's Bond Assistant Board Secretary $100

    Worker's Compensation $121,623

    Cyber Liability $8,855

    Student Volunteer $800

      

    1. Fringe Benefits for 2018-2019

    The district is required annually to approve all fringe benefit rates as determined by contractual agreements.

    1. Student Activity Fundraisers for 2018-2019

    Per Board Policy 229, District Fund Raising:

    Approve 2018-2019 Student Activity fundraisers for 36 separate Student Activities district-wide.  Expected net profit across all groups is $84,911 and will be used for student enrichment.  

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea

    Subject

    1. Annual Report to the Board

    Reports:

    Dr. Letcher, Senior High Principal and Mr. Harrington, Senior High Assistant Principal

    Mrs. Baker, Business Manager 

    Mrs. Snyder, Director of Food Service 

    Mr. Straesser, Director of Human Resource/Transportation

    Mr. Tim Gildea, Principal, Charles W. Longer Elementary

    Mr. Brian Keagy, Principal, Foot of Ten Elementary

    Mr. Madden, Principal, Frankstown Elementary

    Mrs. Robin Smith, Chief Information Officer

    Mrs. Laura Koehle, Director of Special Education 

    1. English Language Arts Textbook Adoption

    Per Board Policy, 108 Adoption of Textbooks, the administration recommends that the board adopt and approve the purchase of the following textbook: 

    Course:  English Language Arts Grades K-6

    Title: Journeys

    Publisher:  Houghton Mifflin Hartcourt

    Copyright:  2017

    Total Cost: $227,953 (6 years) 

    1. JH/SH Student/Parent Handbook Revisions
    2. 2018-2019 Foreign Exchange Student

    Per Board Policy 202, Eligibility of Non-Resident Students and Policy 239, Foreign Exchange Students, the board is being asked to approve a female Senior High foreign exchange student from the Netherlands.  The placing agency is EF High School Exchange Year.

    1. Student Parking Passes

    A parking pass will cost $5.00 and is to be paid at the beginning of the school year.

    A $5.00 fine will be assessed for the following parking violations:

    • Not displaying the parking permit
    • Parking in a no-parking zone and/or parking in the wrong area 
    1. Personnel

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is being asked to approve the Personnel actions

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    Approve

    Frank Filkosky

    Medical Sabbatical

    FKS

    7/1/18-12/31/18

     

    Resign

    Warunee Stiffler

    2-Day/week Health Room Assistant                         HRASHSHLTH02

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/1/2018

     

    Resign

    Stephanie Hershberger

    Part-Time Speech Therapist      TCHJHSSPCH01

    Dist.

    6/13/2018

     

    Resign

    Anna Balouris

    Special Education Teacher     TCHFKSSPEC04

    FKS

    Retroactive to 6/5/2018

     

    Verbal Resignation

    Tricia Rosas

    Reading Specialist          TCHJHSREAD04

    JH

    TBD

     

    Verbal Resignation

    Katelynn Parkes

    Guidance Counselor    TCHJHSGUID01

    JH

    TBD

     

    Approve

    Sara Olechovski

    Special Education Teacher

    FOT

    8/20/2018

    BS Level 16; $44,560

    Approve

    Anne Dively

    Grade 3 Teacher

    FKS

    8/20/2018

    MS Level 16; $45,560

    Approve

    Clark McCready

    LTS; Special Education Teacher

    SH

    Approx. 8/22/2018 to 10/22/2018

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    Approve

    Rachel Collette

    LTS; Spanish Teacher

    SH

    8/20/18 for entire 18/19 SY

    $42,710.00

    Approve

    Miscellaneous Pay Rates

    Support Staff Substitutes-Secretary, Paraprofessional, Special Ed. Paraprofessional, Cafeteria, and Custodian

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $9.25 per hour

    Approve

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate

    Day to Day Substitute Teachers

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year (certified only)

    Approve

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate

    Full-time Day to Day Substitutes (Special Ed./Elementary)

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days

    Approve

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate

    Long Term Teacher Substitute Rate

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $25,000 prorated or $133.69/day after 10 consecutive days to 59 consecutive days; $40,860/yr. prorated or $218.50/day from 60 consecutive days to end of assignment

    Approve

    William Sheehan

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Truancy Officer

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $4,444.54                                 (2.1% increase)

    Approve

    Lindsey Eichelberger

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Business Office Assistant

    Admin.

    7/1/2018

    $21.74 per hour                   (2.1% increase)

    Approve

    Jodie Albarano

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Foundation Director

    Admin.

    7/1/2018

    $20.46 per hour                       (2.1% increase)

    Approve

    Wayne Bush

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $20.47 per hour; $400 stipend for lead position                  (2.1% Increase plus 40 cent per hour adjustment)

    Approve

    Robert Reed

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $20.07 per hour                                   (2.1% Increase plus 40 cent per hour adjustment)

    Approve

    Charles Chaney

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $20.07 per hour                                  (2.1% Increase plus 40 cent per hour adjustment)

    Approve

    John Nebelski

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional-Sub

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $20.07 per hour                                   (2.1% Increase plus 40 cent per hour adjustment)

    Approve

    Kenneth Durbin

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional-Sub

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $20.07 per hour                                   (2.1% Increase plus 40 cent per hour adjustment)

    Approve

    Michael McAndrew

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; School Resource Professional

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $20.07 per hour                             (2.1% Increase plus 40 cent per hour adjustment)

    Approve

    Rebecca Burk

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Greeter

    SH

    7/1/2018

    $10.68 per hour                    (2.1% increase)

    Approve

    David Schmelzlen

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Greeter

    SH

    7/1/2018

    $10.68 per hour                    (2.1% increase)

    Approve

    Mark Mitchell

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Computer Technician

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $20.67 per hour                 (.40 per hour)

    Approve

    Thomas Gutshall

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Computer Technician

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $19.04 per hour                (.40 per hour)

    Approve

    Dennis Kenepp

    Miscellaneous Pay Rate; Computer Technician

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    $18.49 per hour                (.40 per hour)

    Approve

    Susan Nori

    Health Room Assistant

    CWL

    18/19 SY

    $19.16 (.39 per hour)

    Approve

    Mary Haenig

    Health Room Assistant

    Dist.

    18/19 SY

    $19.16 (.39 per hour)

    Approve

    Christine Snyder

    Health Room Assistant

    FOT

    18/19 SY

    $19.16 (.39 per hour)

    Approve

    Allison Herbaugh

    Elementary Guidance Counselor -Summer Days

    CWL

    18/19 SY

    3 days at per diem

    Approve

    Perk Oettinger

    Elementary Guidance Counselor -Summer Days

    FKS

    18/19 SY

    3 days at per diem

    Approve

    Kyle Brown

    Elementary Guidance Counselor -Summer Days

    FOT

    18/19 SY

    3 days at per diem

    Approve

    TBD

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    JH

    18/19 SY

    5 days at per diem

    Approve

    Tina Peters

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    JH

    18/19 SY

    5 days at per diem

    Approve

    Veronica Sell

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    JH

    18/19 SY

    5 days at per diem

    Approve

    David Herncane

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    SH

    18/19 SY

    5 days at per diem

    Approve

    Hully Hoover

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    SH

    18/19 SY

    5 days at per diem

    Approve

    Kimberly Hutsky

    Secondary Guidance Counselor - Summer Days

    SH

    18/19 SY

    5 days at per diem

    Approve

    Kristie Holtz

    Inclusion Facilitator -Extra Days

    Dist.

    18/19 SY

    3 days at per diem

    Approve

    Jane Burkholder

    School Psychologist - Summer Days

    JH

    18/19 SY

    9 days at per diem

    Approve

    Robin Blair

    School Psychologist - Summer Days

    Dist./JH

    18/19 SY

    9 days at per diem

    Approve

    Debra Springer

    School Psychologist - Summer Days

    JH

    18/19 SY

    9 days at per diem

    Approve

    Dawn Eckenrode

    Dean of Students - Summer Days

    SH

    18/19 SY

    8 days at per diem

    Approve

    Stephen Kirsch

    Dean of Students                   TCHJHSDEAN01

    JH

    18/19 SY

    Teaching Salary BS Level-5, $64,360 plus $3000 responsibility factor and 5 days per diem

    Approve

    William Madden

    Technology Coach

    Dist.

    7/1/2018

    start position upon completion of Principal LTS  assignment; Salary plus $4000 Stipend for evening/summer training hours (prorated)

    Approve

    Hannah Hauser

    Technology Coach LTS

    Dist.

    8/20/18 - 12/31/18

    Salary plus $4000 Stipend for evening/summer training hours (prorated)

    Approve

    Amanda Blanchetti

    Award Tenure

    SH

    Retroactive to 1/17/18

     

    Approve

    Samantha McDowell

    Award Tenure

    JH

    Retroactive to 1/17/18

     

    Approve

    Kimberly Hutsky

    Award Tenure

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/1/18

     

    Approve

    Bryan James

    Award Tenure

    JH

    Retroactive to 6/1/18

     

    Approve

    Holly Mercer

    Award Tenure

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/1/18

     

    Approve

    Megan Murtagh

    Award Tenure

    JH

    Retroactive to 6/1/18

     

    Approve

    Jacqueline Settimio

    Award Tenure

    JH

    Retroactive to 6/1/18

     

    Approve

    Hannah Hauser

    Award Tenure

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/1/18

     

    Approve

    Erin Hilling

    ESY Teacher

    Dist.

    7/2/2018-7/31/2018

    $26.00 per hour; up to 20 hours

    Approve

    Susan Cyran

    Homebound Instructor for student M.F.

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 4/4/18

    $26.00 per hour

    Approve

    Jaime Ziegler

    Homebound Instructor for student  K.K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 5/9/2018

    $26.00 per hour; up to 5 hours per week

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    Homebound Instructor for student  K.K.

    SH

    Retroactive to 5/9/2018

    $26.00 per hour; up to 5 hours per week

    Approve

    Paula Dull

    Homebound Instructor for student M.S.

    JH

    Retroactive to 5/23/18

    $26.00 per hour; up to 5 hours per week

    Approve

    Karly Aiken

    Title I - Parent Involvement Activity

    FOT

    Retroactive to 5/24/2018

    3 Hours at $26.00 per hour =$78.00

    Approve

    Sonja Bihary

    Title I - Parent Involvement Activity

    CWL

    Retroactive to 5/24/2018

    3 Hours at $26.00 per hour =$78.00

    Approve

    Laura Heffelfinger

    Title I - Parent Involvement Activity

    FOT

    Retroactive to 5/24/2018

    3 Hours at $26.00 per hour =$78.00

    Approve

    Kathleen Shields

    Title I - Parent Involvement Activity

    CWL

    Retroactive to 5/24/2018

    3 Hours at $26.00 per hour =$78.00

    Approve

    Lisa Surkovich

    Title I - Parent Involvement Activity

    CWL

    Retroactive to 5/24/2018

    3 Hours at $26.00 per hour =$78.00

    Approve

    Sarah Palazzi

    Title I - Parent Involvement Activity

    CWL

    Retroactive to 5/24/2018

    3 Hours at $26.00 per hour =$78.00

    Approve

    Rebecca Zeek

    Title I - Parent Involvement Activity

    FKS

    Retroactive to 5/24/2018

    3 Hours at $26.00 per hour =$78.00

    Approve

    Jessica Zorger

    Title I - Parent Involvement Activity

    FKS

    Retroactive to 5/24/2018

    3 Hours at $26.00 per hour =$78.00

    REMOVE

    Alyssa Carpenter

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FOT

    6/13/2018

     

    Approve

    Kenzie Schneeberger

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    Retroactive to 6/6/18

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Sonja Bihary

    C & I - Literacy Training

    JH

    Retroactive to 6/6/19

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Hully Hoover

    C & I - Mentoring Project

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/7/18

    Up to 4 hour @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Nicole Tewell

    C & I - Graduation Projects

    SH

    6/13/2018

    Up to 3 hour @$26/hour; $78

    Approve

    Nicole Beauchamp

    C & I - Graduation Project Development

    SH

    6/13/2018

    Up to 3 hour @$26/hour; $78

    Approve

    Laura Frederick

    C & I - Graduation Project Development

    SH

    6/13/2018

    Up to 3 hour @$26/hour; $78

    Approve

    Leah Haslam

    C & I - Graduation Project Development

    SH

    6/13/2018

    Up to 3 hour @$26/hour; $78

    Approve

    Hannah Hauser

    C & I - Graduation Project Development

    SH

    6/13/2018

    Up to 3 hour @$26/hour; $78

    Approve

    Kellie Hurd

    C&I - Gifted Policy & Procedures

    JH

    6/13/2018

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Janet Moore

    C&I - Gifted Policy & Procedures

    CWL

    6/13/2018

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Jane Burkholder

    C&I - Gifted Policy & Procedures

    JH

    6/13/2018

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Stephanie Gutshall

    C&I - Gifted Policy & Procedures

    FOT

    6/13/2018

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Alysha Kachur

    C&I - Math 9 (New Course)

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $575

    Approve

    Bridget Zimmerman

    C&I - Honors Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus (Rewrite)

    SH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $133

    Approve

    Kristin Wilson

    C&I - Honors Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus (Rewrite)

    SH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $133

    Approve

    Melissa Jack

    C&I - Honors Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus (Rewrite)

    SH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $133

    Approve

    Amy Dodson

    C&I - 10th Grade World History (Rewrite)

    SH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $200

    Approve

    Debra Solomon

    C&I - 10th Grade World History (Rewrite)

    SH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $200

    Approve

    Catherine Seymour

    C&I - Five Year Curriculum Review Business

    SH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Jacqueline McKeehan

    C&I - Five Year Curriculum Review Business

    SH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Linda Hilling

    C&I - Five Year Curriculum Review Business

    SH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Mary Villani

    C&I - 3rd Grade Music Rewrite

    FOT

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $133

    Approve

    Lori Stephens

    C&I - 3rd Grade Music Rewrite

    CWL

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $133

    Approve

    Brandon Harris

    C&I - 3rd Grade Music Rewrite

    FKS

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $133

    Approve

    Janey Martinsen

    C&I - 7th Grade Band

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $100

    Approve

    Jennifer Pappal

    C&I - 7th Grade Band

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $100

    Approve

    Melissa Ott

    C&I - 7th Grade Band

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $100

    Approve

    Valerie Montgomery

    C&I - 7th Grade Band

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $100

    Approve

    Scott Sheehan

    C&I - Orchestra Rewrite

    SH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $133

    Approve

    Wendy Jo Nagy

    C&I - Orchestra Rewrite

    SH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $133

    Approve

    Stephanie Everett

    C&I - Orchestra Rewrite

    SH

    18/19 School Year

    Stipend - $133

    Approve

    Marion Borr

    C&I - JH Reading & English Curriculum Update

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 2.5 hours @$26/hour; $65

    Approve

    Babette Gotshall

    C&I - JH Reading & English Curriculum Update

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 2.5 hours @$26/hour; $65

    Approve

    Debbie Martin

    C&I - JH Reading & English Curriculum Update

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 2.5 hours @$26/hour; $65

    Approve

    Sonja Bihary

    C&I - JH Reading & English Curriculum Update

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 2.5 hours @$26/hour; $65

    Approve

    Tina Peters

    C&I - School Wide Positive Behavior

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Megan Murtagh

    C&I - School Wide Positive Behavior

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Eileen Roberts

    C&I - School Wide Positive Behavior

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Nicole Stouffer

    C&I - School Wide Positive Behavior

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Elaine Baney

    C&I - School Wide Positive Behavior

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Michelle Galo

    C&I - School Wide Positive Behavior

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 4 hours @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Leigh Ann Craig

    C&I - School Improvement Planning

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour; $208

    Approve

    Robert Valeria

    C&I - School Improvement Planning

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour; $208

    Approve

    Alysha Kachur

    C&I - School Improvement Planning

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour; $208

    Approve

    Michelle Galo

    C&I - School Improvement Planning

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour; $208

    Approve

    Nicole Stouffer

    C&I - School Improvement Planning

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour; $208

    Approve

    Deb Martin

    C&I - School Improvement Planning

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour; $208

    Approve

    Jill Hileman

    C&I - School Improvement Planning

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour; $208

    Approve

    John Yogus

    C&I - School Improvement Planning

    JH

    18/19 School Year

    Up to 8 hours @$26/hour; $208

    Approve

    Jennifer Carney

    Saturday Detention Coverage

    SH

    Retroactive to 9/16/2017

    78 hours at $26.00 per hour = $2028.00

    Approve

    Nicole Stouffer

    Yearbook Co-Advisor

    JH

    18/19 SY

    $2,443.87 / yr.  prorated for two advisors

    Approve

     Abigail Steele

    Yearbook Co-Advisor

    JH

    18/19 SY

    $2,443.87 / yr.  prorated for two advisors

    Approve

    MOU with HAEA re: Sick Leave Bank

     

    Dist.

     

     

    Resign

    Michael Hiott

    Assistant Football Coach

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 5/31/2018

     

    Resign

    Alysha Kachur

    Assistant Boys' Track Coach

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/10/18

     

    Approve

    Jamie McGreal

    Girls' Elementary/JH Volleyball Coordinator

    Dist.

    Retroactive 3/9/2018

    $2021.24 (17/18 Rate)

    Resign

    Hannah Hauser

    Sophomore Class Advisor

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/6/18

     

    Resign

    Christie James

    Sophomore Class Advisor

    SH

    Retroactive to 6/11/18

     

    Approve

    Robin Bender

    Secretary

    CWL

    7/1/2018

    Pay for up to 12 hours at 18/19 hourly rate for work on elementary handbook

    Approve

    James Babyak

    2nd Shift Custodian- Junior High CUFJHSCUST03

    JH

    TBD

    $18.28 per hour; $1.50 less new hire; $.20 less per hour probationary; $200 per year shift premium

    Approve

    Darryl Pike

    3rd Shift Custodian-Senior High   CUFSHSCUST04

    SH

    TBD

    $18.28 per hour; $1.50 less new hire; $.20 less per hour probationary; $300 per year shift premium

    Approve

    John Fisher

    Transfer from Asst. Lead Custodian at SH to Long-Term Substitute Boiler Operator at SH

    SH

    TBD

    $18.53 per hour

    Approve

    Dale Klausman

    LTS; Assistant Lead Custodian-2nd Shift

    SH

    TBD

    $18.28 per hour; $1000 prorated responsibility factor

    Approve

    Tasha Walls

    Substitute Secretary/Office Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    6/14/2018

    $9.25 per hour

    Approve

    Emily Routch

    Substitute Teacher                       (PreK-4, Special Ed. PK-8)

    Dist.

    8/22/2018

    $90.00 per day; $100 after 60 cumulative days in one school year

    Resign

    Daniel Nagle

    Guest Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 5/21/2018

     

    Verbal Resignation

    Bonnie Gordon

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/8/2018

     

    Delete

    Erika Decriscio

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 8/24/2017

     

    Resign

    Michael Hample

    Substitute School Resource Professional for Security

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 5/15/2018

     

    Resign

    Michelle Burket

    Substitute Food Service Worker and Substitute Special Ed. Paraprofessional

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 5/29/2018

     

    Verbal Resignation

    Kathy Imler

    Substitute Teacher

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/7/2018

     

    Approve

    Nicole Gearhart

    Pre Student Teaching - Fall 2018 with Joy Finnochio Grade 3

    CWL

    6/13/2018

    Mount Aloysius

    Approve

    Alexia Servello

    Pre Student Teaching - Fall 2018 with Mara Murgo Grade 1

    CWL

    6/13/2018

    Mount Aloysius

    Approve

    Nicole Gearhart

    Student Teaching - Spring 2019 with Joy Finnochio Grade 3

    CWL

    6/13/2018

    Mount Aloysius

    Approve

    Alexia Servello

    Student Teaching - Spring 2019 with Mara Murgo Grade 1

    CWL

    6/13/2018

    Mount Aloysius

    Approve

    Julia Kenawell

    Internship - Fall 2018 Michelle Lanzendorfer Speech/Language Pathology

    FKS

    6/13/2018

    IUP

    Approve

    Theresa Koch

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/5/2018

     

    Approve

    Heath Klaiber

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/5/2018

     

    Approve

    Kelly Klaiber

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/5/2018

     

    Approve

    Amy Hite

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/5/2018

     

    Approve

    David Weimer

    Volunteer-Parent

    Dist.

    Retroactive to 6/7/2018

     

    Information Only

    Philip Zungali

    2nd Shift custodian-DECLINED POSITION

    JH

     

     

    Information Only

    Kenzie Schneeberger

    Transfer from Grade 3    TCHFKS03GR03    to Grade K    TCHFKSKDGN02

    FKS

    18/19 SY

     

    Information Only

    Misty Shoenfelt

    Transfer from Grade 2    TCHFKS02GR05   to Grade 3     TCHFKS03GR03

    FKS

    18/19 SY

     

    Information Only

    Pauline Wiley

    Transfer from FKS grade K   TCHFKS03GR03    to CWL Grade 5   TCHCWL05GR04

    CWL

    18/19 SY

     

    Information Only

    Travis Marra

    Third Shift Custodian    CUFJHSCUST05

    JH

    Official Start Date in position 6/6/2018

     

     

    Per Board Policy 614 Payroll Authorizations, the board is being asked to approve the Personnel actions

    1. President's Report / Dr. Sommer
    2. Appointments

    Per Board Policy 004.2 Student Representatives to the Board, the board is asked to approve the following Student Representatives to the Board for 2018-2019:

         Senior Representative: Maria Murphy

         Junior Representative:  Adam McCoy

    1. First Reading of Policy

    Per Board Policy 000 Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations the following policy is presented for approval on a first reading:

    Policy 815.2  Educational Use of Student Owned Technology Devices

    1. Statement of Rights, Waiver of Hearing and Agreement in the case of student ID# ending in 01

     

    1. President's Report - New Business

     

    1. Adjourn / Dr. Sommer

     

    1. Documents Distributed at the Board Meeting

     

    Our adopted rules of Parliamentary Procedure, Robert's Rules, provide for a consent agenda listing several items for approval of the Board by a single motion. Most of the items listed under the consent agenda have gone through Board subcommittee review and recommendation. Documentation concerning these items has been provided to all Board members and the public in advance to assure an extensive and thorough review. Items may be removed from the consent agenda at the request of any board member.

     



    Wednesday, May 16, 2018

    Committee of the Whole / Voting Meeting - 7:00PM

    HOLLIDAYSBURG AREA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
    SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY
    1510 N. MONTGOMERY STREET
    HOLLIDAYSBURG PA 16648

    1. Meeting Opening
    2. Call to Order / Dr. Sommer
    3. Pledge to Flag
    4. Roll Call / Mrs. Baker
    5. Employee Service Awards
    6. Music Student Recognitions

    PMEA All State Concert Band:

    Alexandra Kaplan

    Preston Shoemaker

    PMEA All State Vocal Jazz:

    Casey Ottaway 

    PMEA All State Chorus:

    Jamie Emerick 

    Anna Maria Shivas

    Aleah Grove

    Abigail Betar 

    PMEA All State Orchestra:

    John Rose 

    David Antonowicz

    Connor Huttenlocher

    Shane Gleason

    Nathaniel Hilderhoff 

    Carnegie Hall Honors Band:

    Preston Shoemaker 

    1. Public Comment

    Any individual who wishes to address the Board is required to announce his or her name, address and group affiliation if appropriate.

    Each individual speaker will have three (3) to five (5) minutes to address the board.

    Public comment will consist of no more than 30 minutes overall per meeting.

    • A representative of the Hollidaysburg Area Public Library will address the board regarding an increase in funding.
    1. Student Representative Report

    Per Board Policy 004.2-Student Representatives to the Board, the following Student Representatives will present reports.

    Daria VanAllman, Senior Representative

    Maria Murphy, Junior Representative

     

    1. Committee Report

    Mr. Yoder, Committee Chair, will present a report of the May 9, 2018 Physical Plant Committee meeting. 

    1. Business Office Report / Mrs. Baker
    2. Announcements

    The board met in executive session Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 6:00pm for personnel.

     

    The Athletic Committee will meet Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 5:00pm in the Senior High Guidance Career Conference Room, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg PA 

     

    The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be a Committee of the Whole Meeting for Budget Discussion on May 30, 2018 at 7:00pm in the Senior High Library, 1510 N. Montgomery Street, Hollidaysburg, PA.

    All board meeting agendas are available for public viewing (3) days prior to each meeting date on BoardDocs.  

    BoardDocs web address is https://www.boarddocs.com/pa/hasd/Board.nsf. Interested parties should enter the public site.

    1. Minutes:

    April 11, 2018 Curriculum Committee

    April 18, 2018 COW/Voting

    1. Business Office - Financial Reports for April, 2018
    2. Treasurer's Reports

    April 30, 2018 Treasurer's Reports 

    GENERAL FUND

    $2,755,762.14 Receipts

    $3,299,070.12 Total Disbursements

    $12,467,090.83 Ledger Balance

    CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SERIES 2007C FUND CHECKING

    $32.31 Total Receipts

    $0.00 Total Disbursements

    $22,607.45 Ledger Balance

    ATHLETIC FUND (Included in General Fund)

    $50,408.55 Total Receipts

    $50,408.55 Disbursements

    $ 0.00 Ledger Balance

    TRUST FUND

    $82.34 Total Receipts

    $0.00 Total Disbursements

    $57,619.59 Ledger Balance

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $194,698.78 Total Receipts

    $160,374.60 Total Disbursements

    $582,221.45 Ledger Balance

    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND

    $26,182.09 Total Receipts

    $34,491.70 Total Disbursements

    $90,769.21 Ledger Balance

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $430,505.83 Total Receipts

    $0.00 Total Disbursements

    $430,505.83 Ledger Balance

    HEALTH SAVINGS FUND

    $28,615.77 Total Receipts

    $28,609.40 Total Disbursements

    $514.27 Ledger Balance

    PAYROLL FUND

    $1,817,905.88 Total Receipts

    $1,859,823.22 Total Disbursements

    $24,378.89 Ledger Balance

    1. List of Payments

    APRIL 30, 2018 LIST OF PAYMENTS

    GENERAL FUND

    $1,533,524.89 Total Payments (Check numbers 154891-155146)

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $83,267.58 Total Payments (Check numbers 22797-22810)

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    $34,491.70 Total Payments (Check numbers 22641-22663)

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check number---)

    PAYROLL FUND

    $     77,920.26 (Check numbers 260434-260460)

    $1,781,902.96 (ACH Disbursements)

    $1,859,823.22 Total Payments

    CONSTRUCTION FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check numbers---)

    TRUST FUND

    $0.00 Total Payments (Check numbers---)

    1. Investment Portfolio

    2017-2018 INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

    $7,163,255 Total Invested with 25 Financial Institutions

    $256,483 Total Invested in 4 Money Market Funds

    1. YTD Expenditures/Revenues

    2017-2018 YEAR-TO-DATE REVENUES & EXPENDITURES

    GENERAL FUND (Includes Athletic Fund)

    $39,675,062.89 Revenues

    $33,238,064.72 Expenditures

    CAPITAL RESERVE FUND

    $226,533.67 Revenues

    $341,433.46 Expenditures

    SENIOR HIGH CONSTRUCTION FUND

    $270.78 Revenues

    $    0.00 Expenditures

    FOOD SERVICE FUND

    $1,386,047.25 Revenues

    $1,232,288.04 Expenditures

    TRUST FUND

    $   684.59 Revenues

    $2,250.00 Expenditures

    STUDENT ACTIVITIES FUND

    Net Balances are reflected in each Student Activity Account

    PAYROLL FUND

    Revenues & Expenses Net to Zero other than Interest Income

    1. Budget Transfers

     2017-2018 BUDGET TRANSFERS

    PERIOD OF APRIL 12, 2018 – MAY 9, 2018

    $68,825 – General Fund

    $1,543.11 – Food Service 

    1. Food Service for March, 2018

    2017-2018 FOOD SERVICE FUND PROFIT/LOSS STATEMENT

    PERIOD ENDING MARCH 2018

    $19,563.03 March Net Profit

    $78,645.66 Year-to-Date Net Profit

    $787,245.10 Assets

    $787,245.10 Total Liabilities & Fund Equity

    1. Athletic Account Analysis

     2017-2018 ATHLETIC ACCOUNT ANALYSIS

    $657,368.02 Year-to-Date Revenue

    $657,368.02 Year-to-Date Expenses

    1. Business Office
    2. Request for Proposal Award: SH/District Photographer

    The administration is recommending awarding the Request for Proposal for the Senior High/District Photographer to Moments Photography, Inc.

    1. ENGIE Resources LLC. Electricity Contract

    At the June 14, 2017 Voting meeting, the board granted authorization for the 2017-2018 School Year for the Business Administrator/Business Manager with the Board President/Board Vice President's approval to enter into electricity/natural gas agreements when securing a lower rate would result in savings to the district prior to the next scheduled Voting Meeting of the board. Contracts entered into in this manner are to be presented to the board at the next scheduled board meeting for information purposes.

    The administration with the Board President exercised this ability securing a contracted electricity supplier rate of $0.05180/KWh with ENGIE Resources, LLC for the period of December 1, 2019 to November 30, 2022.  The new rate will provide rate certainty through November 30, 2022 and result in savings of $0.00183/KWh.

    1. Bid Awards

     Per Board Policy 610, Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation, the following bids are recommended for approval:

    Award Fall Sports bid to various vendors in the total amount of $18,633.67.
     

    Award 2019, 2020, & 2021 Senior High Yearbook Publisher to Herff Jones Yearbooks in the amount of $53.11 per yearbook for each year.  (Cost paid by parents.)
     

    Award Junior High/Senior High/Stadium Sanitary Sewer Project Bid to Guyer Brothers, Inc. as follows:

    BASE BID - Hollidaysburg Area Senior High Subtotal A $157,405.00

    BASE BID - Hollidaysburg Area Junior High Subtotal B  $ 78,190.00

    Total Base Bids A&B $235,595.00

    1. Contracts:

    Per Board Policy 006 Meetings, the following contracts/agreements are presented for approval:

    1. PRFSD (Pittsburgh Regional Food Service Director Membership) for the 2018-2019 school year Cost: $400
       
    2. Agreement with Richard Alan Gonsman D.M.D. for onsite dental examinations effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.  Cost:  $5.50 per dental examination
       
    3. Agreement with Orbit Software for BusBoss and iBusBoss software support effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2021

    Extend the current BusBoss Support Agreement for three years to June 30, 2021.  BusBoss software provides school bus transportation routing and tracking used to maximize bus routes and state subisidies. Cost: Three year cost of $3,809.50 per year for BusBoss Support and $320 per year for iBusBoss Support.  This agreement provides a  5% discount for one-time payments paid by July 31, 2018.
     

    1. Contract with Moments Photography, Inc. for Senior High/District Photographer / 3-year contract for school years ending 2019, 2020, 2021 No Cost
       
    2. Contract with Follett School Solutions, Inc. for books fairs to be held March 11 through March 15, 2019 and October 14, 2019 through October 18, 2019  Revenue: Variable based on number of books sold
       
    3. Contract renewal with VBA (Vision Benefits of America) for a managed vision care plan for eligible employes effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2020 
      Cost:  Single Coverage:  $8.99/month; Family Coverage:  $19.65/month
       
    4. Maintenance Contract with McCartney's, Inc. for Administration Office - June 1, 2018 to June 1, 2019 Cost: $71
       
    5. Agreement with Guyer Brothers, Inc. for the Sanitary Sewer Project at the Senior High School and the Junior High School effective May 17, 2018 through July 31, 2018  Cost: $235,595
    6. Federal Program Budget Adjustment

    2017-2018 Budget:

    2017-2018 Safe Schools Grant:  $19,521

    1. Disposal of Obsolete Equipment and Books

    Per Board Policy 706.1 Disposal of Surplus Property/Textbooks/Supplies, the attached list is being recommended for approval to dispose of various obsolete equipment and books.

    1. Athletic Events Ticket Proposal

    Per Board Policy 707.1 Facility Advertising, Sponsorship, and Naming, the board is asked to approve the following:

    The administration is recommending approving Huddle Tickets to provide 2018-2019 athletic event tickets at no charge to the District in exchange for advertising from Subway, Inc. providing the ticket holder with discounted merchandise.

    1. Athletic Ticket Prices for 2018-2019

    Administration is recommending approval of the 2018-2019 athletic ticket prices.

    2018-2019

    ATHLETIC TICKET PRICES

    SEASON PASSES

     

    ALL SPORT PASSES

            STUDENT (Grades 1-6)  . . . . . . . . . . . $20.00   (MUST be accompanied by an adult)

            STUDENT (Grades 7-12). . . . . . . . . . . $25.00

            ADULT   . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...$60.00

     

    INDIVIDUAL SPORT PASSES

    Football

    $25.00

    Volleyball

    $28.00

    Boys’ Soccer

    $25.00

    Girls’ Soccer

    $20.00

    Boys’ Basketball

    $25.00

    Girls’ Basketball

    $28.00

    Swimming

    $20.00

     

    2018 VARSITY FOOTBALL - SEASON RESERVED SEAT TICKETS

    $24.00 per Reserved Seat (4 Home Games @ $6.00 per ticket)

    INDIVIDUAL TICKET PRICES

     

    FOOTBALL

      ADULT   

    STUDENT       

         Varsity Football

    $5

    $3 in advance, $5 at gate     

     

         JV Football

     

    $4

    $3

     

         ALL OTHER SH SPORTS      

    $5

    $3

         ALL JH SPORTS

     

    $3

     

    $2

      

    1. Per Capita Tax Exonerations 2017-2018

    Per Board Policy 605, Taxes:

    712 Absolute Exonerations were granted for the 2017-2018 Per Capita Tax collection period per board approved Per Capita Tax Exoneration guidelines.  The board is being asked to approve 22 exoneration request forms per board approved Per Capita Tax Exoneration guidelines.   3,549 Per Capita Tax bills remain unpaid and will be turned over to Credit Control Collections on May 25, 2018.

    1. Tuition Student for 2018-2019

    Per Board Policy, 202. Eligibility of Non-Resident Students, the administration recommends board approval of a secondary grade 10 tuition student for the 2018-2019 school year.

    1. Settlement Agreement in the case of HASD vs. S.P. McCarl & Company, Inc., et al.

    Motion to approve the Settlement Agreement and General Release between Hollidaysburg Area School District and S.P. McCarl & Company, Inc., Hayes Large Architects, LLP, Tobey-Karg Sales Agency, Inc., Hydro-Temp Corporation, and Siemens Industry, f/k/a Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. and further authorizing the Superintendent and Board President to take any/all actions necessary to effectuate same. 

    1. 2018-2019 Greater Altoona Career and Technology Center Budget

    The 2018-2019 Greater Altoona Career and Technology Center Budget reflects $9,466,084 in total revenues and expenses.  The Hollidaysburg Area School District's aggregate share of these costs is $1,007,512  which is reduced by the district's state share of Vocational Education Subsidies of $112,564 to a net cost of $894,948.

    This represents an 8.83% increase from the 2017-2018 budget or $72,647.  The district is also responsible for a $37,451 Capital Lease Payment for the Act 77 Energy Savings Program.

    Approximately 178 HASD students attend the GACTC to obtain Vocational Education in a variety of careers and are employable upon graduation of the program.

    In addition, the district will pay $180,035 which is representative of our applicable share of the total Computer Consortium expenditure budget of $408,654. These costs represent a $10,943 increase resulting from increased medical costs. The Computer Consortium budget provides software, hardware, and personnel supporting accounting, payroll, bidding, tax, census, and all student computer systems.

    The Greater Altoona Career and Technology Joint Operating Committee, consisting of twenty (20) representative members of eight (8)  member school districts, acted jointly to approve the 2018-2019 GACTC budget.  Therefore, following the Greater Altoona Career and Technology Center Joint Operating Committee's tentative approval, given at their meeting on April 23, 2018, the Hollidaysburg Area School District board members will vote by ballot with the total vote to be recorded in the official minutes.

    1. Resolution to Authorize the Collection of School Property Taxes in Installments effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that all school district real property taxes including, but not limited to, taxpayers approved pursuant to Section 341 of Act 1 of the Special Session of 2006 shall be eligible for participation in the installment payment of school property taxes. Provided, however, that the following are excluded from real estate installment payments; interim school property taxes and delinquent school property taxes.

    AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the tax duplicates shall provide for payment of school real property taxes in a single payment or installments at the option of eligible taxpayers.

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board hereby directs the collection of installment payment of real estate taxes to be made by the Hollidaysburg Area School District real estate tax collectors who shall set forth on all notices regarding the payment of school real property taxes in installments and the dates on which such payments are due be set forth on the tax notice sent to all real estate taxpayers of the Hollidaysburg Area School District.

    1. Budget Presentation #6 Revenues

    Mr. Roberts and Mrs. Baker will present the Proposed 2018-2019 Revenues.

    1. Superintendent's Report / Dr. Gildea
    2. STEM Presentation

    Ben Fogle will provide the board with information on STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math) Curriculum. 

    1. Candidate List for the Award of a 2017-2018 Diploma

    Per Board Policy 217 Graduation, the list of 2017-2018 candidates for the award of a diploma is being presented for board approval.

    1. Secondary Textbook Adoption

    Per Board Policy, 108 Adoption of Textbooks, the administration recommends that the board adopt and approve the purchase of the following textbooks:

     

    Proposed Textbook Adoptions:

    Course: Health Education High School Grade 10

    Title: Glencoe Health

    Publisher: McGraw Hill

    Copyright: 2015

    Cost: Not to Exceed $10,721.32 / 6-Year Subscription (see attached spreadsheet)  **Adjusted cost reflects savings from the April 18, 2018 board meeting information.

    Course:

    CB Probability and Statistics/10-12

    Title: Statistics Informed Decisions Using Data - 5th Edition

    Publisher: Pearson Higher Education

    Copyright: 2017

    Cost: Not to Exceed $9,887.55 / 6-Year Subscription (see attached spreadsheet)  

    Course: College Bound Biology I / Grade 10

    Title: Biology

    Publisher: Miller & Levine / Pearson

    Copyright: 2019

    Cost: Not to Exceed $8,490.33 / 6-Year Subsciption (see attached spreadsheet)   **Adjusted cost reflects savings from the April 18, 2018 board meeting information.

    Course: World History 7, All Levels

    Title: My World Interactive

    Publisher: Pearson

    Copyright: 2019

    Cost: Not to Exceed $23,848.82 / 5-Year Subscription (see attached spreadsheet)   **Adjusted cost reflects savings from the April 18, 2018 board meeting information.

    1. Textbook Adoption - Presentation and Proposals

    ELA Textbook Adoption Presentation:

    Presenters:  Mrs. Kimberly Bridenbaugh, Mrs. Christina Bracken, Ms. Maren Jubas, Mrs. Linda Jodon, Mr. Justin Clark and Dr. Francine Endler

    Per Board Policy, 108 Adoption of Textbooks the following textbooks will be on display at the administration office and will be voted upon at the June 13, 2018 Voting Meeting:

    Proposed Textbook Adoptions:

    Course:  English Language Arts Grades K-6

    Title: Journeys

    Publisher:  Houghton Mifflin Hartcourt

    Copyright:  2017

    Total Cost: $227,953 (6 years)

    1. Curriculum and Instruction Projects for 2018-2019

    Per Board Policy 105 Curriculum Development the attached Curriculum and Instruction Projects for 2018-2019 are presented for approval.

    1. Driver's Ed End of Course Skill Test and Driver Test Route

    The district is requesting approval from the Department of Transportation to participate in the Driver Education End-of-Course Skill Test.  This approval will continue to allow our PA certified driver's education teacher to administer driver's testing to obtain a PA Driver's License. 

    1. PSAT/NMSQT Testing and Study

    PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test)

    All 11th grade students who take College Bound English 11, Honors English 11 and AP Language and Composition, as well as interested students who are enrolled in English 11, will take the test in October 2018.  Participation in this specific administration of the test includes a section with test questions that are currently being studied which are an additional section of the test. No information is shared about the district or personal identifying data.  Participation in this study provides for the test to be of no cost to student or district. 

    1. Administrative Course Instruction

    Per Assistant Superintendent Contract, the administration recommends approval for Dr. Francine Endler to be an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown during the term of her contract. 

    1. Resolution Agreement and Settlement and Release Agreement

    Approve the Resolution Agreement and Settlement and Release Agreement  between the district and the parents of student, ID#263 and to authorize the Board President to execute any necessary paperwork to effectuate same.

    1. Personnel

    REASON

    NAME

    POSITION

    BLDG.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    SALARY/STEP

    Approve

    Terrance Hartman

    C & I - Five Year Curriculum Physical Education

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Up to 12 hour @$26/hour; $312

    Approve

    Michael Moore

    C & I - Five Year Curriculum Physical Education

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Up to 12 hour @$26/hour; $312

    Approve

    Dianna Walters

    C & I - Five Year Curriculum Physical Education

    JH

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Heather Perry

    C & I - Five Year Curriculum Physical Education

    JH

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Lindsay Detwiler

    C & I - Creative Writing - New Course

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Stipend - $575

    Approve

    Dawn Elchin

    C & I -CB/Honors Forensic Development- New Course

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Stipend - $575

    Approve

    Richard Imler

    C & I - Astronomy - New Course

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Stipend - $287.50

    Approve

    Dawn Elchin

    C & I - Astronomy - New Course

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Stipend - $287.50

    Approve

    Benjamin Fogle

    C & I - Intro to 3D Printing

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Stipend - $575

    Approve

    Benjamin Fogle

    C & I - STEM Team

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Up to 4 hour @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Stephanie Gutshall

    C & I - STEM Team

    FOT

    5/16/2018

    Up to 4 hour @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Maren Jubas

    C & I - STEM Team

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 4 hour @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Derek Trimmer

    C & I - STEM Team

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 4 hour @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Jaime Hartline

    C & I - STEM Team

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 4 hour @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Eric Skutch

    C & I - STEM Team

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Up to 4 hour @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Susan Cyran

    C & I - STEM Team

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Up to 4 hour @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Dawn Elchin

    C & I - STEM Team

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Up to 4 hour @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Melissa Jack

    C & I - STEM Team

    SH

    5/16/2018

    Up to 4 hour @$26/hour; $104

    Approve

    Kathleen Diehl

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Kaylyn Massafra

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FOT

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Rebecca  Zeek

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Summer Carson

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Shannon Berger

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Ann Franco

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Kimberly Bridenbaugh

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Jennifer Buffone

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Shannon McConnell

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Julie McGeary

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FOT

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Christina Bracken

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FOT

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Karly Aiken

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FOT

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Laura Heffelfinger

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FOT

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Evelyn Sidehamer

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Susan Plummer

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FOT

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Amanda Dutchcot

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FOT

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Kyrah Nagy

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FOT

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Lisa Surkovich

    C & I - Literacy Training

    CWL

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Kathleen Shields

    C & I - Literacy Training

    CWL

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Sarah Palazzi

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Kristin Cramer

    C & I - Literacy Training

    CWL

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Maren Jubas

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Lauren Sral

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Robin Blair

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Jessica Zorger

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Christine Stevenson

    C & I - Literacy Training

    CWL

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Kristie Wissinger

    C & I - Literacy Training

    CWL

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Debra Springer

    C & I - Literacy Training

    CWL

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Connie Tomassetti

    C & I - Literacy Training

    CWL

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Mara Murgo

    C & I - Literacy Training

    CWL

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Amy Loya

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FOT

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Angela Waibel

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FOT

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156

    Approve

    Rachel Black

    C & I - Literacy Training

    FKS

    5/16/2018

    Up to 6 hour @$26/hour; $156