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Saturday, October 1, 2016

Wellsville School Board agenda for October 3, 2016


WELLSVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL
WELLSVILLE, NEW YORK BOARD OF EDUCATION
AGENDA-IN-BRIEF
Monday, October 3, 2016
6:30 p.m.
Regular Board Meeting Middle School Room 212A

1. Opening of the Meeting
Pledge of Allegiance
Mission Statement
2. Executive Session – as needed only
3. A) Community Speaks
B) President’s Log
 Correspondence
C) Superintendent’s Report
 Audit Presentation – BWB
 Capital Project Presentation – Young & Wright Architectural
OLD BUSINESS
None
NEW BUSINESS
Other Business
4. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the Natural Helpers Training Retreat at Penn York Camp in Ulysses, PA on November 17-18, 2016.
Moved By__________ Seconded By__________ Yes __ No __ Abs __
Personnel Consent Agenda Items
5. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District adopts the following Personnel Consent Agenda Items.
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a) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District, appoints the Director of Finance and Operations as the Chief Emergency Officer in compliance with Education Law §2801-a.
b) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District authorizes the Superintendent to execute the Memorandum of Agreement with the Wellsville Educators Association in accordance with the terms of such agreement.
c) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the following:
 “that Sherri A. Feltz be granted a medical leave of absence starting on November 3, 2016, for up to six weeks.”

 “that Carrie Hackford be granted a maternity leave of absence effective approximately January 2 through April 7, 2017.”

d) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the following:

 “that Joan Bundy be approved as a certified long-term substitute teacher effective November 3, 2016.”

e) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the following italicized and highlighted temporary instructional (above contract) appointments for the 2016-17 school year.

f) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the following italicized and highlighted temporary instructional (above contract) appointments for the 2016-17 school year.

g) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District appoints Aaron Straus and Lisa Stastyshyn as the District Webmasters for the 2016-17 school year effective 09/01/16-08/31/17. Payment for this service shall be a total stipend of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000) for the 2016-17 school year split equally. This is a one-year appointment only and the position will be re-evaluated annually.

h) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the following:

 “that Jamie Ball be conditionally approved as a non-certified substitute teacher.”

 “that Shane Marucci be conditionally approved as a noncertified substitute teacher.”

 “that Nicholas White be conditionally approved as a certified substitute teacher.”

i) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District appoints Audrey Broughton as Detention Monitor for the 2016-2017 school year.

j) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District accepts the following:

 “that the resignation for school bus monitor, Terry Bonham, be accepted effective 09/23/16.”

k) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves an increase of $1.00 per hour for Head Custodian, David Munkes’, base wages effective September 1, 2016, bringing Mr. Munkes’ base hourly rate from $13.36 to $14.36 per hour. Accordingly, the Board authorizes the Business Official to adjust Mr. Munkes’ wages and pay out the increase retroactively to that date (September 1, 2016). The $1 per hour increase is due to additional job duties assigned to Mr. Munkes that the CSEA Unit and the District agreed have resulted in a significant impact on Mr. Munkes’ terms and conditions of employment.

l) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the following:

 “that Kristopher Shea be appointed to the probationary position of School Bus Driver effective October 4, 2016. The probationary period begins on October 4, 2016, and ends on October 3, 2017.”

m) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approve the following:

 “that Nicholas White be conditionally approved as a substitute teacher aide and teacher assistant.”

 “that Tammy M. Gavin be conditionally approved as a substitute teacher aide, teacher assistant, typist, and monitor.”

 “that Christina Shelley be conditionally approved as a substitute teacher aide and lunch monitor.”

 “that Darleen Whitesell be conditionally approved as a substitute teacher aide and lunch monitor.”

Financial Consent Agenda Items

6. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District adopts the following

Financial Consent Agenda Items.

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a) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District accepts the following reports:

Warrant-Claims Auditor’s Report (July)

Claims Auditor Report (July & August)

b) That the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the attached request for transfer of funds.

Other Business - Continued

7. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the minutes from the Regular meeting held on September 6, 2016.

Moved By__________ Seconded By__________ Yes __ No __ Abs __

8. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District have no objections to the recommendations of the CSE/CPSE and approves the authorization of funds to implement the Special Education programs and services consistent with such recommendations.

Moved By__________ Seconded By__________ Yes __ No __ Abs __

9. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District agrees to allow a winter indoor track club/team to form. There will be no additional expense to the District as the coaches will volunteer, the entry fees will be paid by the Track Booster Club, and the parents will be responsible for transportation.

Moved By__________ Seconded By__________ Yes __ No __ Abs __

10. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District grants permission to seek BIDs for a purchase or lease on a 2016 or 2017 Pickup truck.

Moved By__________ Seconded By__________ Yes __ No __ Abs __

11. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the Financial Consulting Services Agreement with Bernard P. Donegan, Inc. in connection with the School District’s proposed Capital Project and other financial matters.

Moved By__________ Seconded By__________ Yes __ No __ Abs __

12. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the following:

WHEREAS, the Wellsville Central School District acting through its Board of Education (the “District”) has proposed the 2016 Capital Project including work to be completed at the Wellsville Elementary School Campus located at 50-98 School Street, Wellsville, New York 14895 and at the Wellsville Secondary School Campus (Middle School and High School) located at 126 West State Street, Wellsville, New York, 14895 (hereinafter both sites for the proposed work will be referred to collectively as “the Site” or “the Project site”) as set forth in the 2016 Capital Project plans available at the Wellsville Central School District's Business Office and summarized as follows: updates, replacements, and renovations to various facilities, classrooms and site work, including the addition of parking and a bus loop upgrade and associated site work, as well as roof replacement and renovation, ceiling work, work on structural floors, and interior load bearing walls, and fire walls, elevator, lift and/or escalator repair or replacement work,  window replacement, plumbing fixture updates and replacement, including for kitchen compartment sinks, water cooler upgrades (Americans with Disability Act compliance), masonry/concrete work on walls columns, air handling/air conditioning and ventilation work; and at the Elementary School S.T.E.M. classroom renovations as well as at both of the referenced campuses, site work to include pavement replacement, as well as additional improvements and renovations similar to those referenced above as more specifically set forth in the plans for the project on file in the District’s Business Office (“the Project”).

WHEREAS, pursuant to the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act, Article 8 of the New York State Environmental Conservation Law and associated regulations including 6 N.Y.C.R.R. 617.1 et seq. (“SEQRA”), the District is required to undertake a review of potential environmental impacts associated with the Project, and the District has determined the Project constitutes an Unlisted Action under SEQRA; WHEREAS, pursuant to the required SEQRA review to be undertaken for the Project, the District seeks to act as the lead agency for purposes of conducting a coordinated review of the Project, and in order to facilitate such coordinated review, it hereby directs District staff to work with District consultants and counsel to prepare part 1 of the Short Environmental Assessment Form and transmit it, as well as a notice of the District’s intent to act as lead agency and any other applicable documents to each of the involved agencies for the Project as well as interested agencies deemed appropriate in order to facilitate the District’s intent to act as lead agency and conduct such coordinated SEQRA review.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:

1. The Wellsville Central School District Board of Education on behalf of the Wellsville Central School District (“the District”) declares its intent to act as lead agency under the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act (“SEQRA”) for the Project (including as that term is defined in the above Whereas clauses) and to undertake a coordinated environmental review of the Project pursuant to the requirements of SEQRA.

2. The District further directs that District staff arrange for the notice of its intent to act as SEQRA lead agency, together with any other documents needed to effect its intent to act as lead agency (including but not necessarily limited to part 1 of the short Environmental Assessment Form for the Project) be transmitted to each of the involved agencies for the Project, and to be transmitted to any interested agencies District staff deems appropriate in accordance with applicable regulations and requirements, including those under the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act

3. This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon adoption.

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13. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District accepts the audit report, as presented by Buffamante Whipple Buttafaro, PC.

Moved By__________ Seconded By__________ Yes __ No __ Abs __

14. Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education of the Wellsville Central School District approves the Elementary School Local Assistance Self-Reflection Plan for the 2016-17 school year.

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15. Adjournment (Time _______)

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