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YORK SUBURBAN SCHOOL BOARD
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
MAY 16, 2011 - 7:30 PM
RONALD PROVARD EDUCATION CENTER

M I N U T E S

(approved June 20, 2011)

  1. General Business 
    1. Call to Order - Mr. DeHaas
      1. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
        President DeHaas called the meeting to order. 
      2. Roll Call
        Members present - John DeHaas, Ellen Freireich, Lois Ann Schroeder, Lynne Leopold-Sharp, Roger Miller, Matthew Smith, Emily Bates, Cathy Shaffer, Jennifer Clancy
        Members not present - Jeff Royer
        Matthew Smith introduced Michael Hogg, next year's Student Board Representative and Michael sat at the table.
      3. Public Comment 
        Warren Bulette, 1775 S. Queen Street - Is the tax increase vote tonight?
        DeHaas - Yes, under the Planning Committee Report
        Bullette - Could you move the vote forward in meeting?
        DeHaas - No
      4. Discussion and Action on Board Minutes - Approval of the Minutes of the Regular Monthly Board Meeting of April 11, 2011 and the Planning Committee Meeting of May 2, 2011.  [Approve as submitted/corrected]
        The Minutes stand approved as submitted.
    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] 
      Motion, Miller, Second, Clancy, and unanimously passed (8-0); Approval of the Treasurer's Report, except for Payment of Bills-General Fund.
      Motion, Miller, Second, Leopold-Sharp, and unanimously passed, except Freireich, abstain, (7-1); Approval of Payment of Bills-General Fund.
      1. Approval of Treasurer's Report as of 04/30/11 [File for audit]  The Treasurer's Report, Summary Report and Check Summary are provided. 

        Fund Account Reports showing balance as of 04/30/11
        Food Service Fund - $199,199.55
        Capital Reserve Fund - $315,938.05
        Capital Projects Fund-Bond Series of 2006 & 2007 - $5,537,333.04

        Payment of Bills
        General Fund-2010-11 - $1,375,753.39
        Food Service Fund - $154,464.33
        Capital Reserve Fund - $0
        Capital Projects Fund-Bond Series of 2006 & 2007 - $867,280.15
  2.   Board President's Report - Mr. DeHaas
    1. Executive Session.  The Board met in executive session following the May 2, 2011 Planning Committee Meeting for the purpose of discussing personnel and/or legal issues and on April 27, 2011 and May 4, 2011 for the purpose of discussion with the teacher's association.
      Mr. DeHaas reported above information.
    2. Recognition of Outgoing Student Board Representative.  Matthew Smith will be attending his last meeting as the Student Board Representative.  He will be recognized for his service at this time.
      Mr. DeHaas presented a plaque to Matt Smith and thanked him for his service.
    3. Appointment of a Treasurer.  The chair would entertain a motion recommending that H. Roger Miller, Jr. be nominated to serve as Treasurer for one year beginning July 1, 2011.  This appointment is in compliance with Section 404 of the School Code which states that in "every school district of the third class, the Board of School Directors shall annually during the month of May elect a Treasurer to serve for one year beginning the first day of July following such election."  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Bates, Second, Leopold-Sharp, and unanimously passed (8-0); Appointment of H. Roger Miller, Jr. as Treasurer for one year beginning July 1, 2011. 
      Mrs. Freireich stated that she has philosophical differences but did vote yes on this action.
  3. Superintendent's Report - Dr. Orban
    1. Enrollment Report.  The monthly enrollment report is provided.
      Dr. Orban highlighted the enrollment report.
    2. Adjudication  Re:  Student No. 201274.  Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent and based on the Administrative Disciplinary Hearing conducted by Dr. Michele A. Merkle as the Board appointed hearing officer, the administration recommends the Board accept the Administrative Disciplinary Agreement for Student No. 201274 to be placed on disciplinary probation for the remainder of the 2010-11 school year as a result of a violation as outlined in the agreement.  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Schroeder, Second, Bates; Approval of Administative Disciplinary Agreement for Student No. 201274.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0.
    3. Adjudication  Re:  Student No. 210723.   Upon the recommendation of the Committee of the Board of School Directors and based on the student disciplinary hearing conducted by Brooke E. D. Say, Esquire, of the law firm of Stock and Leader, solicitor to the York Suburban School District, the Superintendent recommends the Board accept the Adjudication for expulsion of Student No. 210723 for a violation of School Board Policy and the Code of Student Conduct as more fully set forth in the Adjudication. [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Schroeder, Second, Bates; Approval of Adjudication for Student No. 210723.  Roll Call Vote,  all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0.
    4. Adjudication  Re:  Student No. 210621.  Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent and based on the Administrative Disciplinary Hearing conducted by Dr. Michele A. Merkle as the Board appointed hearing officer, the Superintendent recommends the Board accept the Agreement for expulsion of Student No. 210621 for a violation of School Board Policy and the Code of Student Conduct and Act 26 of PA as more fully set forth in the Administrative Disciplinary Hearing Agreement.  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Schroeder, Second, Bates; Approval of Agreement for Student No. 210621.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0.
    5. District Staff Survey Summary.  Dr. Orban will highlight the summary.
      Dr. Orban highlighted the district staff survey summary. 
    6. York County Literacy Council's Buck A Book Reading Program.  The students at East York Elementary School and Indian Rock Elementary School participated in the program and raised $11,695.10 to support literacy.  Indian Rock was the top grossing school with 500 books.
      Dr. Orban reported above information.
    7. Congratulations!  Claire Barley, an East York student and daughter of Lisa Barley, was a Create a Character Contest winner sponsored by scholastic.com/storyworks.  This national contest had 9000 entries.
       Dr. Orban reported above information.
    8. Yorkshire Elementary School was named a SMART Showcase School by SMART Technologies.
      Dr. Orban reported above information.
    9. Addendum:  Adjudication  Re:  Student No. 011109.  Upon the recommendation of the Superintendent and based on the Administrative Disciplinary Hearing conducted by Dr. Michele A. Merkle as the Board appointed hearing officer, the Superintendent recommends the Board accept the Agreement for expulsion of Student No. 011109 for a violation of School Board Policy and the Code of Student Conduct as more fully set forth in the Administrative Disciplinary Hearing Agreement.  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Schroeder; Approval of Agreement for Student No. 011109.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0.
  4. Student Board Representative Report - Mr. Smith
    Mr. Smith reported Student Council is brainstorming ideas for a cook-out and is working with the administration.  He introduced Michael Hogg as next year's Student Board Representative.
    Mr. DeHaas welcomed Michael and stated the Board looks forward to working with him.
  5. Academic Standards and Curriculum Committee Report - Mrs. Clancy
    1. College in the High School.  The administration recommends approval of College in the High School.  [Motion and Vote] 
      Motion, Clancy, Second, Freireich; Approval of the concept of College in the High School and the English course and the Art course.
      A discussion continued.  Point of the discussion included - the notation that students may take the courses without incurring the cost if they do not want credit will be on an addendum on the curriculum guide. 
      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0.
    2. Cyber Summer School.  Dr. Maloney and Dr. Merkle have provided additional information; overview; brochure
      Motion, Clancy, Second, Freireich; Approval of the eight courses for Cyber Summer School.
      A discussion continued.  Points of the discussion included -  following Board approval, information will be given to YS students and other school districts; same options exist for students as in the past to make up courses if one of the cyber summer school courses do not have enough students registered; error was noted on Physical Education course information on attachment; approximately 14 students may be taking the Physical Education course and that number is significantly down from last year.
      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0.
    3. The next Curriculum Committee meeting is scheduled May 19 at 3:45 PM
      Mrs. Clancy reported above information.
  6. Buildings and Grounds Committee Report - Mrs. Freireich
    1. Valley View Project Update.  Mrs. Freireich will provide a project update.  Mr. Houser will be available for any questions.
      Mrs. Freireich provided a project update.
    2. Valley View Project Change Orders.  The administration recommends the approval of the change orders in the amount of $35,663.17 for the Valley View project.  The individual change orders are provided.  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Freireich, Second, Leopold-Sharp; Approval of the change orders in the amount of $35,663.17 for the Valley View project.
      A discussion continued.  Point of the discussion included - the design error change orders will be on a list to consult with architect.
      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0. 
    3. Clerk of the Works Position Extension.  The Buildings and Grounds Committee recommends an extension of the employment of Steven Houser as Clerk of the Works for the Valley View Project from July 15 to August 31, 2011 for an additional $10,212 in total compensation.  [Motion and Vote] 
      Motion, Freireich, Second, Clancy; Approval of the extension of the employment of Steven Houser as Clerk of the Works for the Valley View Project from July 15 to August 31, 2011 for an additional $10,212 in total compensation.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0. 
    4. The next Buildings and Grounds Committee meeting is scheduled May 25 at 3:45 PM.
      Mrs. Freireich reported above information. 
  7. Communications Committee Report - Mrs. Schroeder
    1. The Communications Report is provided.
      Mrs. Schroeder highlighted Communications Report.
       Mrs. Freireich congratulated all the students that went to the Rosies last evening.  Students from YS received Most Creative Original Performance award.
  8. Finance Committee Report - Mr. Miller
    1. The next Finance Committee meeting is scheduled June 8 at 7:30 AM.
      Mr. Miller reported above information.
  9. Personnel Committee Report - Mrs. Shaffer
    1. The administration recommends the approval of the Memorandum of Understanding between the York Suburban School District and the York Suburban Education Support Personnel Association.  The Memorandum of Understanding was developed to accommodate the move from a five to a four day work week.  [Motion and Vote]
      Discussion -
      Motion, Shaffer,Second, Bates; Approval of the Memorandum of Understanding between the York Suburban School District and the York Suburban Education Support Personnel Association.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0. 
    2. The Personnel Committee Report listing resignations and a reassignment is provided.
      Mrs. Shaffer reported above information.
       A discussion continued.  Points of discussion - the elimination of Custodial Supervisor position does require action at a later date; with Mr. Huang's resignation, the co-leader of Quiz Bowl Team club will continue leadership next year.
    3. Consent Agenda:  You have before you the Personnel Report which includes employment, request for leave of absence, additional substitute teachers and additional guest teachers.  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; roll call vote.
      Discussion -
      Motion, Shaffer, Second, Bates, and unanimously passed (8-0); Approval of consent agenda for Personnel Report. 
    4. Employment
      1. Recommend the appointment of Brent Barley as Assistant Junior High Football Coach at the anticipated salary of $2,857, which represents Step 2 of the Extracurricular Salary Schedule; 
      2. Recommend the employment of Jennifer Campbell as a Substitute Food Service Employee at the hourly rate of $8.80, effective for the 2010-11 school year;
      3. Recommend the employment of Tammy Daugherty as a full-time Health Room Assistant at the hourly rate of $15.45, effective at the beginning of the 2011-12 school year;
      4. Recommend the employment of Rosemarie Drusedum as a part-time Health Room Assistant at the hourly rate of $15.45, effective at the beginning of the 2011-12 school year;
      5. Recommend the appointment of Kent Gable as Head Golf Coach at the anticipated salary of $2,918, which represents Step 2 of the Extracurricular Salary Schedule;
      6. Recommend the appointment of Chad Garner as Assistant Football Coach at the anticipated salary of $4,782, which represents Step 4 of the Extracurricular Salary Schedule;
      7. Recommend the employment of Kathy Pugh as Secretary to the High School Principal at the hourly rate of $15.78, effective July 1, 2011;
      8. Recommend the appointment of Craig Ruhl as Head Junior High Football Coach at the anticipated salary of $4,431, which represents Step 4 of the Extracurricular Salary Schedule;
      9. Recommend the employment of Melissa Smith as a Substitute Food Service Employee at the hourly rate of $8.80, effective for the 2010-11 school year;
      10. Recommend the appointment of Craig Zortman as 1st Assistant Football Coach at the anticipated salary of $5,832, which represents Step 4 of the Extracurricular Salary Schedule.
    5. Request for Leave of Absence
      1. Recommend the Board approve the request of Leida Reyes, Custodian at the Education Center, for a medical leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act effective May 2, 2011 through May 13, 2011.
    6. Additional Substitute Teachers
      1. Derek Cartwright 
      2. Shonna Smyser
    7. Additional Guest Teacher
      1. James Deppen
      2. Janie Reeves
    8. The next Personnel Committee meeting is scheduled June 1 at 2:00 PM.
      Mrs. Shaffer reported above information and the above-mentioned meeting may be canceled.
      Dr. Bertram introduced Tammy Daugherty and Rosemarie Drusedum, in attendance this evening.
  10. Planning Committee Report - Ms. Leopold-Sharp
    1. Market Street Sports Group Advertising Proposal.  Mr. Jason Jesberger, President of Marketing, will present his company's program for securing corporate sponsorships for the district.  School District Agreement; Sponsorship Agreement; Sample Policy for Commercial Sponsorships
      Mr. Younkin introduced Mr. Jesberger.  He did present information at Finance Committee meeting and was unable to attend the Planning Committee meeting.
      Mr. Jesberger provided an overview of company and program.
      A discussion continued.  Points of the discussion included - language with respect to naming rights is included on the provided agreements, the Board would need to change its stance on naming rights; suggestion if naming rights would be allowed, policy statement should include time for corporate sponsorships; demographics is important for each district for potential; smaller districts do create a challenge; a tour would be necessary to see where signs may be placed; some companies do have multi-sponsorships with different districts; this would go beyond athletics, such as arts, band boosters, musical and play advertising; initially booster clubs see us as compeition and good communication helps for them to understand how we can help them and avoid negative feelings; also we can assist Foundation.
      Mr. DeHaas asked Policy Review Committee to review policy and bring information back to the Board. 
    2. FY12 Final General Operating Fund Budget.  The administration recommends the approval of the 2011-12 General Operating Fund Budget in the amount of $46,257,234 and to set the real estate tax rate at 20.453 mills as per the ResolutionBudget SummaryBudget Reduction Summary [Motion and Vote]
      Discussion -
      Motion, Miller, Second, Leopold-Sharp; Approval of the Resolution for 2011-12 General Operating Fund Budget in the amount of $46,257,234 and to set the real estate tax rate at 20.453 mills.
      A dicussion continued.  Points of the discussion - Mrs. Shaffer will not support this action, withdrawing NSBA membership is not the right time; Mr. Miller stated when he began on the Board, he believed the school district needs to be run more like a business, congratulate the administration for the hard work that was done in this budget; Mr. Smith asked for clarification that the Middle School counselor position is in this budget; it was confirmed that the position is in the budget; Ms. Leopold-Sharp stated she believes the timing of this vote is important this evening to give us time to print tax bills to be mailed July 1, state legislators have proposed some change in funding and there may be a slight increase in state funding and that amount could go to fund balance.
      Mr. Spare asked about resolution stating proposed budget not final budget.
      Motion, Miller, Second, Leopold-Sharp; Correction to resolution to correct first paragraph from proposed to final budget wording.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes, except Shaffer, no.  Motion carried 7-1.
    3. High School Quiz Bowl Team Overnight Trip Request.  The administration recommends the approval of the trip request.  [Motion and Vote] 
      Dr. Orban reported the cost to the district is $1360.
      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Clancy; Approval of the High School Quiz Bowl Team Overnight Trip Request and the cost to the district will not exceed $1360.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes, except Miller, no.  Motion caried 7-1. 
    4. Official Establishment of Yorkshire Elementary School.  Per PDE requirement, the administration recommends the official establishment of Yorkshire Elementary School effective July 1, 2011.  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Schroeder, and unanimously passed, (8-0); Upon recommendation of the Superintendent, offical establishment of Yorkshire Elementary School effective July 1, 2011 with the configuration of grades K-2.
    5. Reconfiguration of Elementary Buildings.  Per PDE requirement, the administration recommends establishment of new elementary school reconfiguration effective July 1, 2011 for Valley View Elementary School and Yorkshire Elementary School, grades K-2, and East York Elementary School and Indian Rock Elementary School, grades 3-5.  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Schroeder, and unanimously passed, (8-0); Upon recommendation of the Superintendent, establishment of new elementary school reconfiguration effective July 1, 2011 for Valley View Elementary School, grades K-2.
      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Schroeder, and unanimously passed, (8-0);  Upon recommendation of the Superintenent, establishment of new elementary school reconfiguration effective July 1, 2011 for East York Elementary School, grades 3-5.
      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Schroeder, and unanimously passed, (8-0); Upon recommendation of the Superintendent, establishment of new elementary school reconfiguration effective July 1, 2011 for Indian Rock Elementary School, grades 3-5.
    6. The next Planning Committee meeting is a combined meeting with the regular monthly meeting and is scheduled June 20 at 7:30 PM.
      Ms. Leopold-Sharp reported the above information.
  11. Policy Review Committee Report - Ms. Bates
    1. Policy Revisions.  The Policy Review Committee recommends adoption of the following revised policies and new policy.  [Motion and Vote] 
      Motion, Bates, Second, Shaffer; Approval of the adoption of the following revised policies and new policy.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0. 
      1. No. 438 - Sabbatical Leave for Restoration of Health
      2. No. 438.1 - Professional Development Leave
      3. No. 438.2 - Classroom Occupational Exchange Leave
      4. No. 718 - Service Animals in Schools
      5. No. 336 - Administrative Employees - Personal Leave
      6. No. 436 - Professional Employees - Personal Leave
      7. No. 536 - Classified Employees - Personal Leave
    2. The next Policy Review Committee meeting is scheduled May 24 at 3:45 PM.
      Ms. Bates reported above information.
  12. York Area Tax Bureau Report - Ms. Leopold-Sharp
    Ms. Leopold-Sharp reported legislation passed, Act 32, for local income tax effective July 1; each taxing entity will receive actual dollars each month instead of estimated amount.  We are prepared for this new cash flow manner.  Every entity must participate in the York Area Tax Bureau and there will be a challenging increase for YATB and I believe they are prepared to handle this change. 
  13. York County School of Technology - Mr. Royer
    1. The Mini-Board Report dated April 28 is provided by the York County School of Technology Joint Operating Committee.
      Mr. DeHaas reported above information.
  14. York Adams Academy Report - Mrs. Freireich
    Mrs. Freireich reported Strategic Plan Process has begun.  Graduation will be held June 14 at 7:00 PM at York Learning Center.
  15. Lincoln Intermediate Unit Board Report
    No Report
  16. Legislative Policy Committee Report - Mrs. Clancy
    Mrs. Clancy reminded the Board of the Legislative Breakfast on Wednesday of this week from 8:30-10:30 AM.  An item for June Board meeting agenda will be Cyber Charter School Tuition Board legislative proposal springing forth from the Finance Committee.  Proposals are due to PSBA by June 30 and specific requirements are necessary.
  17. Business Office Report - Mr. Younkin
    1. Homestead and Farmstead Exclusion 2011-12.  The Resolution authorizing the distribution of $662,307.95 of state gaming funds to 5,838 eligible homesteads and farmsteads is provided for approval under Section 342 of Act 1.  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Schroeder; Approval of Resolution authorizing the distribution of $662,307.95 of state gaming funds to 5,838 eligible homesteads and farmsteads.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0. 
    2. FY12 Final Capital Projects Fund Budget.  The administration is recommends approval of the 2011-12 Capital Projects Fund Budget of $3,329,000.  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Clancy, Second, Shaffer; Approval of the 2011-12 Capital Projects Fund Budget of $3,329,000.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0. 
    3. FY12 Final Capital Reserve Fund Budget.  The administration recommends approval of the 2011-12 Capital Reserve Fund Budget of $67,000.  [Motion and Vote] 
      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Freireich; Approval of the 2011-12 Capital Reserve Fund Budget of $67,000.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0. 
    4. FY12 Food Service Fund Budget.  The administration recommends approval of the 2011-12 Food Service Fund Budget of $1,384,061 and to set lunch prices for 2011-12 at $2.00 for elementary students, $2.25 for secondary students and $3.60 for adults.  Also, recommend prices for breakfast for 2011-12 be set at $1.20 for students and $1.75 for adults.  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Freireich; Approval of the 2011-12 Food Service Fund Budget of $1,384,061 and to set lunch prices for 2011-12 at $2.00 for elementary students, $2.25 for secondary students and $3.60 for adults.  Also, the prices for breakfast for 2011-12 be set at $1.20 for stuents and $1.75 for adults.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0.
    5. RFP Banking Services. The administration recommends the appointment of Metro Bank as the district depository for the 2011-12 fiscal year at no cost to the district. RFP Banking Services Summary [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Freireich, Second, Schroeder; Appointment of Metro Bank as the district depository for the 2011-12 fiscal year at no cost to the district.
      A discussion continued.  Points of the discussion include - this is the first time district has gone through proposal process for banking services; this is a three-year agreement and an annual appointment will be made; Mrs. Shaffer stated the Board requested discussion time on RFP items.
      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes, except Shaffer, no.  Motion carried 7-1.
    6. RFP Audit Services. The administration recommends the appointment of Smith, Elliot, Kearns & Company as auditors for 2011-12 at a cost of $20,700; 2012-13, $21,300; 2013-14, $21,900; 2014-15, $22,600; and 2015-16, $23,300.  RFP Audit Services Summary  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Freireich, Second, Schroeder; Appointment of Smith, Elliot, Kearns & Company as auditors for  2011-12 at a cost of $20,700; 2012-13, $21,300; 2013-14, $21,900; 2014-15, $22,600; and 2015-16, $23,300.
      A discussion continued.  Points of the discussion include - no discussion time on this RFP item before action; no proposal was submitted for current auditor.
      Mr. Younkin stated the timing and complexity of RFPs did not allow time for information to be presented at Finance Committee and Planning Committee meetings.  Auditor RFP was delayed due to tax season and the banking RFP was a complicated proposal to review. 
      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes, except Shaffer, no.  Motion carried 7-1.
    7. Bid Awards.  The administration recommends approval of the following awards be made as a result of bids received for Art Supplies and Equipment, Athletic Supplies and Equipment and LIU Joint Purchasing - General Supplies, Spring Paper and Custodial Supplies.  [Motion and Vote]
      Motion, Freireich, Second, Clancy; Approval of the following awards be made as a result of bids received for Art Supplies and Equipment, Athletic Supplies and Equipment and LIU Joint Purchasing - General Supplies, Spring Paper and Custodial Supplies.  Roll Call Vote, all present, yes.  Motion carried 8-0.

      Art Supplies & Equipment - $8,018.49
      Dick Blick Art Materials - $75.28
      Freestyle Photographic - $1,432.94
      Kurtz Bros. - $773.00
      National Art & School Supplies - $962.40
      Penn Mo - $1,798.50
      Pyramid School Products, Inc. - $554.10
      School Specialty  - $2,422.27

      Athletic Supplies and Equipment - $8,011.20
      Alert Services - $227.97
      Collins Sports Medicine - $156.41
      Flying Feet Sport Shoes - $343.00
      John M. Grove Sporting Goods - $1,364.00
      Medco Supply Company - $846.63
      Sportsmans - $3,703.32
      BSN/Passon's Sports/US Games - $874.73
      Triple Crown Sports - $495.14

      LIU Joint Purchasing - General Supplies - $26,464.46
      Elgin School Supply Co., Inc. - $315.72
      Kurtz Bros. - $4,807.73
      National Art & School Supplies - $4,413.83
      Office Basics - $6,095.52
      Pyramid School Products, Inc. - $4,873.93
      Quill - $4,349.11
      School Specialty - $1,608.62

      LIU Joint Purchasing - Spring Paper - $39,487.56
      Contract Paper Group - $2,558.87
      Kurtz Bros. - $4,466.59
      Lindenmeyr Munroe - $32,462.10

      LIU Joint Purchasing - Custodial Supplies - $7,892.44
      Calico Industries, Inc. - $963.93
      Central Poly Corp. - $197.70
      Hillyard, Inc. - $582.88
      Holt Paper & Chemical Co. - $445.85
      Metco Supply, Inc. - $74.40
      Pyramid School Products, Inc. - $553.48
      Quaker City Paper Co. - $1,552.80
      Xpedx-Harrrisburg - $3,521.40

      Grand Total of Bids to be Awarded - $89,874.15
      Mr. Younkin reminded the Board of the vacancy that exists on the Public School Retirees Board.  It is an important position.
  18. Title Report.  Dr. Maloney
    Dr. Maloney reported the district will going through a Federal Program Audit on May 17 and 18.
  19. Recognition of Visitors
    Nick Pandelidis, 1871 Grantley Road - provided big picture perspective on the country's political system; I decided to do something about the government function closest to me and I began our group; people need to be involved to make government work better
  20. Adjournment
    Meeting adjourned.

     
    There will be an Executive Session immediately following the meeting.

An Executive Session was held following the meeting.

 

     

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.