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YORK SUBURBAN SCHOOL BOARD
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
NOVEMBER 19, 2012 - 7:30 PM
RONALD PROVARD EDUCATION CENTER

A G E N D A
  1. General Business 
    1. Call to Order - Mr. DeHaas
      1. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag 
      2. Roll Call
      3. Public Comment
      4. Discussion and Action on Board Minutes - Approval of the Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of October 15, 2012 and the Minutes of the Planning Committee Meeting of November 5, 2012.  [Approve as submitted/corrected]
  2. Treasurer's Report - Mr. Miller  [Consent Agenda:  Would any board member like any of these items considered separately or are there any questions on any of these items?  If not, a motion to approve the below-mentioned items; second; and roll call vote]   
    1. Approval of Treasurer's Report as of October 31, 2012 [File for audit]  The Treasurer's Report, Summary Report  and Check Summary are provided.  
    2. Fund Account Reports showing balance as of October 31, 2012
      1. General Fund-2012-13 - $24,854,281.24
      2. Food Service Fund - $97,378.56
      3. Capital Reserve Fund - $152,699.34 
      4. Capital Projects Fund-Bond Series of 2006 & 2007 - $887,920.61 
    3. Payment of Bills
      1. General Fund-2012-13 - $1,415,574.66
      2. Food Service Fund - $216,544.92 
      3. Capital Reserve Fund - $0 
      4. Capital Projects Fund-Bond Series of 2006 & 2007 - $501,102.76 
  3. Superintendent's Report - Dr. Orban
    1. School 2.0 Presentation - Mrs. Aly Tapp and High School Students - Gigi Hoffman, Ethan Ohl, Brianna Plonk 
    2. Food Service Report 
      1. Monthly Dining Review
      2. Sales Activity Report
    3. Student Enrollment Report  
    4. October 1 LEA Profile
    5. Preliminary 2013-14 Calendar Discussion 
    6. 2012 United Way Campaign.  Pledges for the district's United Way Campaign from employees and retirees totaled $20,443.20.
  4. Board President's Report - Mr. DeHaas
    1. The Board met in Executive Session prior to the October 15, 2012 Regular Monthly Meeting and on November 1, 2012 for the purpose of discussing personnel and/or legal issues.  
  5. Student Board Representative Report - Mr. Clark
  6. Academic Standards and Curriculum Committee Report - Mrs. Clancy
    1. The next Academic Standards and Curriculum Committee meeting is scheduled January 30 at 9:00 AM.
    2. The annual Academic Standards and Curriculum Committee meeting is scheduled February 19 at 6:30 PM.     
  7. Communications Committee Report - Mrs. Schroeder
    1. The Communications Report and Activities Report are provided.
    2. The "What you need to know about serving on a School Board" panel discussion is scheduled December 6 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM at the Middle School.
    3. The next Communications Committee meeting is scheduled December 3 at 6:00 PM.
  8. Facilities Committee Report - Ms. Leopold-Sharp
    1. The next Facilities Committee meeting is scheduled on January 2 at 5:30 PM. 
  9. Finance Committee Report - Mr. Miller  
    1. The next Finance Committee meeting is scheduled November 28 at 5:30 PM. 
  10. Nominating Committee Report - Mrs. Schroeder
    1. A Nominating Committee meeting was held prior to this meeting.  Mrs. Schroeder will provide a report.
  11. Personnel Committee Report - Mrs. Shaffer
    1. Consent Agenda:  You have before you the Personnel Report which includes resignations, employment, additional substitute teachers, additional guest teachers and volunteer winter coaches for 2012-13.  Would any board member like any of these items considered separately or are there any questions on any of these items?  If not, the chair moves approval of the below-mentioned items; second; roll call vote.  
    2. Resignation
      1. Recommend Board approval of the resignation of Melissa Martin as Middle School Cheerleading Co-Coach effective October 31, 2012. 
    3. Employment
      1. Name:                   Barbara Gillespie               
         
        Education:             Spring Grove Area High School, Diploma; Messiah College, B.A. in French; Minor in Anthropology
         
        Certification:         French 7-12, English 7-12
         
        Contract:                Temporary Professional Contract
         
        Salary:                   $9,650* (*Salary is pro-rated based on 40% employment and start date) B.S. – Step 1
         
        Assignment:         French Teacher
         
        Building:                Middle School / High School
         
        Effective:               First day of the second semester of the 2012-2013 school year
         
      2. Recommend the employment of Robert Boyer as a Substitute Custodian at the hourly rate of $9.85 effective for the 2012-2013 school year.
      3. Recommend the employment of Julia Dugan as a Lunchroom Aide at Indian Rock Elementary School at the hourly rate of $10.50 effective October 16, 2012.
      4. Recommend the employment of Erika Hartman as a Long Term Substitute Music Teacher for Ashley Thrush effective November 15, 2012 through March 28, 2013 at the daily rate of $105.
      5. Recommend the employment of Sharon Herwig as a Substitute Health Room Assistant at the daily rate of $95 effective for the 2012-2013 school year.
      6. Recommend the employment of Janell Sitler as Middle School Cheerleading Coach at the salary of $1,353 which represents Step 1 of the Extracurricular Salary Schedule. Ms. Sitler was previous hired as the Middle School Cheerleading Co-Coach.
    4. Resignation
      1. Recommend Board approval of the resignation of Julia Dugan as a Lunchroom Aide at Indian Rock Elementary School effective November 13, 2012.
    5. Additional Substitute Teachers for 2012-13
      1. Skylar Brosse
      2. William Folk
      3. Daniel Green
      4. Nicole Irvin
      5. Lindsay Lau
      6. Kamber Schrann
    6. Additional Guest Teachers for 2012-13
      1. Jan Trattner
      2. Janice Camarena-Hackos
    7. Volunteer Winter Coaches for 2012-13
      Robert Rudisill
      Girls Basketball
      Randy Hollinger
      Girls Basketball
      Thomas Staab
      Girls Basketball (Pending clearances)
      Joseph Hasenfuss
      Boys Basketball
      Macgregor Brillhart
      Boys Basketball
      Dylan Hoffman
      Boys Basketball (Pending clearances)
      Tyler Knaub
      Wrestling
      Brandon Snyder
      Wrestling
      Michael Mountz
      Wrestling
      Melissa Martin
      Cheerleading
    8. The next Personnel Committee meeting is scheduled February 7 at 2:00 PM.
  12. Planning Committee Report - Ms. Leopold-Sharp
    1. The next Planning Committee meeting is scheduled December 3 at 7:30 PM. 
  13. Policy Review Committee Report - Ms. Bates
    1. Policy Revision.  The Policy Review Committee recommends adoption of the following revised and new policies.  [Motion and Vote]
      1. Policy No. 202 - Eligibility of Nonresident Students
      2. Policy No. 915 - Booster/Support Organizations 
    2. The next Policy Review Committee meeting is scheduled November 20 at 3:45 PM.
  14. York Area Tax Bureau Report - Ms. Leopold-Sharp 
  15. York County School of Technology - Mrs. Schroeder
    1. The Mini-Board Report dated October 25, 2012 is provided by the York County School of Technology Joint Operating Committee.
  16. York Adams Academy Report - Mr. DeHaas 
  17. Lincoln Intermediate Unit Board Report - Mr. Sears 
    1. "...by Dawn's Early Light" outlining the highlights of the November 6, 2012 LIU Board Meeting is provided. 
  18. Legislative Policy Committee Report - Mrs. Clancy
    1. Legislative Priorities.  The following are the five Legislative Priorities for the district.  [Motion and Vote]
      1. B-2.  Supports legislation that gives school boards the authority to conduct furloughs of employees when there are economic reasons identified for the furloughs as part of a plan to reduce or control school district costs.
      2. D-3.  Supports legislation that eliminates the financial burden on local school districts by funding cyber charter schools at the state level.  Further, district funding for brick and mortar charter schools should be limited to charters granted by school boards and funded at a cost based on actual documented educational expenditures and not to exceed the sending district's actual educational expenditures per student.
      3. E-1.  Supports legislation to increase the state contribution for special education services based on actual cost incurred and students served.
      4. I-2.  Supports legislation that establishes a K-12 education funding system that is built upon the principles of equity, adequacy, efficiency, accountability and predictability; uses a statewide funding formula for school district subsidy that recognizes the number of students taught, the relative wealth of a district, the local tax effort and the actual costs of educating every student to achieve Pennsylvania's academic standards; and requires the state to fund 100% of all budgeted subsidy payments on a timely basis.
      5. J-3.  Supports legislation permitting alternative methodology for measuring individual and aggregate student progress under the NCLB Act for determining AYP targets, specifically for ESL students and students with disabilities without compromising accountability determinations. 
  19. Business Office Report - Mr. Younkin
    1. FY2013-14 Budget Update
  20. Recognition of Visitors
  21. Adjournment 
     

The York Suburban School District is an Equal Opportunity Education Institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religious creed, ancestry, sex, age, marital status or handicap, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Action of 1964, Title IX of the Education Act Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation of the Handicapped Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, in its activities, educational and vocational programs and in its recruitment and employment practices. Inquiries concerning the application of Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, the ADA and the implementing regulations may be referred to the Superintendent, 1800 Hollywood Drive, York, PA 17403, telephone (717) 885-1210.