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YORK SUBURBAN SCHOOL BOARD
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
MAY 27, 2014- 7:30 PM
RONALD H. PROVARD EDUCATION CENTER

M I N U T E S
(approved on June 16, 2014)


  1. General Business 

    Call to Order
     - Mr. Miller 
    1. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag  

      Mr. Miller called the meeting to order with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. 
    2. Roll Call  

      Members Present - Emily Bates, Jennifer Clancy, Ellen Freireich, Lynne Leopold-Sharp, Roger Miller, John Posenau, Lois Ann Schroeder, Joel Sears and Cathy Shaffer

      Members not Present - Alison Liu (Student Representative)
    3. Public Comment  

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.
    4. Discussion and Action on Board Minutes - Approval of the Minutes of the Regular Monthly Meeting of April 22, 2014 and the Planning Committee Meeting of May 5, 2014.  [Public Comment; Approve as submitted/corrected]

      Mr. Miller announced the minutes are approved as submitted.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time. 
  2. Treasurer's Report - Mrs. Clancy  [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, the chair moves approval of the below-mentioned items; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]    

    Motion, Clancy, Second, Sears; Approval of the Treasurer's Report. Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
    1. Approval of Treasurer's Report as of April 30, 2014 [File for audit]
      1. Treasurer's Report
      2. General Fund Revenue Report (Revenue accounts are budgeted with negative values)
      3. General Fund Expenditures Report (Expenditure accounts are budgeted with positive values)
      4. Other Funds Reports 
      5. Check Summary Report 
    2. Fund Account Reports showing balance as of April 30, 2014
      1. General Fund - $11,977,460.63
      2. Food Service Fund - $260,202.92
      3. Capital Reserve Fund - $123,532.83
      4. Capital Projects Fund-Bond Series of 2006 & 2007 - $625,832.64
    3. Payment of Bills
      1. General Fund-2012-13 - $1,165,250.34
      2. Food Service Fund - $108,812.72
      3. Capital Reserve Fund - $0
      4. Capital Projects Fund-Bond Series of 2006 & 2007 - $33,167.29
  3. Board President's Report - Mr. Miller
    1. Executive Session.  The Board met in Executive Session on April 22, 2014 following the Regular Monthly Meeting and on May 5, 2014 following the Planning Committee Meeting for the purpose of discussing personnel and/or legal issues.

      Mr. Miller reported above.
    2. Appointment of Treasurer.  Recommendation for Jennifer J.P. Clancy to be appointed Treasurer for one year beginning July 1, 2014 at no compensation. [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

      Motion, Freireich, Second, Bates; Approval of above.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
    3. Recognition of Outgoing Student Board Representative.  Alison Liu will attending her last meeting as the Student Board Representative. She will be recognized for her service at this time.

      Mr. Miller recognized Miss Liu's time spent as the student board representative this year and appreciated her bringing the perspective of students to the board. In Miss Liu's absence this evening, Dr. Ellis will present her with a plaque at the high school.
  4. Superintendent's Report - Dr. Merkle
    1. Student Enrollment Report  

      Dr. Merkle reviewed above report.
    2. Proposed District Goals for 2014-15.   The administration recommends the Board approve the Proposed District Goals for 2014-15. [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

      Dr. Merkle reported above and reported the administration will report back to board in the fall with action steps.

      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Bates; Approval of above.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0. 
    3. As a part of its annual Exemplary Program Recognition, the Shippensburg University Study Council has recognized two York Suburban Programs.

      The York Suburban High School Trojan Intervention Program has been recognized as a Commended Program.

      The York Suburban Middle School Trojan PRIDE Program has been recognized as a Commended Program.

      This award is based on creative and innovative collaboration by teams of teachers, administrators and staff in developing a highly effective program that meets a wide range of student needs. Congratulations are extended to both schools.

      Dr. Merkle reported above. 

      A discussion continued. Points of the dicussion included - explanation of Trojan Intervention Program being a support process to provide support for students with behaviorial needs; appreciation for taking the time to submit these programs and receiving recognition at the next level.

      Dr. Merkle concluded the discussion stating we as administrators recognize the value and importance of these programs and it is nice for these programs to receive another recognition. 
    4. PA Department of Education Cyclical Monitoring Review (Gifted and Special Education) - Mrs. Hasenfuss

      Mrs. Hasenfuss reported special education reviews are done every six  years and a little longer for the gifted education review because the state only has one gifted education monitor for the state. A review of the above was provided.

      Comments from Board members included this is a wonderful report, kudos to Mrs. Hasenfuss and others involved and this is a great result of hours and days of work by the administration and teachers.

      Dr. Merkle reported the district went without Director before Mrs. Hasenfuss and kudos are extended to both Dr. Maloney and Mrs. Hasenfuss for the results of this review.
  5. Business Office Report - Ms. Mason
    1. Food Service
      1. Dining Review Report for April  

        Ms. Mason reviewed above report and highlighted that Whitsons completed its first Quality Systems Evaluation here at YS and received a score of 89%. The goal for next year is 90% and they are already working on that. Survey results are not part of this report - there were 210 participants in the electronic survey and that is up from 121 responses last year with the paper process survey. Responses are reviewed, action plans are created and changes to program will take place. The program changes will be reported via this monthly report.
      2. Sales Report   

        Ms. Mason reviewed above report.
    2. Adoption of Final Budget 2014-15.  The administration recommends the Board adopt the resolution to approve the 2014-15 General Operating Fund Budget in the amount of $49,579,142.02 and to set the real estate tax rate at 21.4799 mills.  This represents a 2.1% increase which is equal to the state index set for the 2014-15 fiscal year.  [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]  

      Ms. Mason reviewed above information.

      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Freireich; Approval of above.

      A discussion took place. Points of the discussion included - suggest and encourage a slight reduction in tax rate to provide seniors and people on a fixed income some relief; strongly suggest taking $150,000 out of fund balance to provide a lower tax rate; concern was expressed about reducing the fund balance, if borrowing is necessary, a decreased fund balance will negatively affect the borrowing process.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment.

      Dick Grau, 2401 Cambridge Road - I am one of those senior citizens that is finding it dificult to pay school taxes to district. This is an excellent school district and it is important to have competent teachers in the district. Very impressed with the earlier report given for special education and gifted education reviews.

      Roll Call Vote, Sears, no; Shaffer, yes; Freireich, yes; Clancy, yes; Miller, yes; Bates, yes; Posenau, yes; Schroeder, yes; Leopold-Sharp, yes. Motion carried 8-1.

      Dr. Merkle extended congratulations to Ms. Mason for the preparation of the budget, while being new to the district and dealing with the transition of leadership with the Superintendent and the Board. The process included administrators and teachers. The administration does have additioanal work to do as we look to future budgets.
    3. Homestead and Farmstead Exclusion 2014-15.  The administration recommends the Board adopt the resolution authorizing the distribution of $663,523 of state gaming funds to 5,587 eligible homestead properties and one (1) farmstead property under Section 342 of Act 1. This certified amount is $275.13 less than the amount certified for the 2013-14 year. The real estate tax reduction amount applicable to each approved homestead for 2013-14 is $118.76.  [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

      Ms. Mason provided review of above.

      Motion, Freireich, Second, Bates; Approval of above.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0. 
    4. Approval of Depositories for 2014-15.  The administration recommends the Board approve the following depositories for 2014-15.
      1. Metro Bank
      2. PSDLAF

        [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

        Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Clancy; Approval of above.

        An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

        Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0. 
    5. Bid Awards. 
      1. LIU Joint Purchasing.  The administration recommends the Board approve the following awards as a result of bids received for LIU Joint Purchasing - Custodial Supplies, General Supplies and Paper Supplies.

        1. Custodial Supplies - $4,131.85

          HILLYARD INC.

          $1,038.10

          NORTHEAST CHEMICAL

          $1,295.00

          PYRAMID SCHOOL PRODUCTS, INC.

          $128.20

          QUAKER CITY PAPER CO.

          $417.68

          SINGER EQUIPMENT

          $1,094.50

          XPEDX-HARRISBURG

          $158.37

        2. General Supplies - $15,557.49

          CASCADE SCHOOL SUPPLIES

          $1,980.67

          ELGIN SCHOOL SUPPLY CO. INC.

          $232.82

          KURTZ BROS

          $1,724.34

          PYRAMID SCHOOL PRODUCTS, INC.

          $3,869.04

          QUILL

          $2,509.27

          SCHOOL SPECIALTY

          $811.99

          STANDARD STATIONERY SUPPLY CO.

          $601.27

          THE ART STORE

          $1,746.18

          WB MASON

          $2,081.91

        3. Paper Supplies - $20,300.78

          CONTRACT PAPER GROUP

          $18,014.30

          KURTZ BROS

          $1,204.67

          WB MASON

          $1,081.81


          [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

          Motion, Clancy, Second, Leopold-Sharp; Approval of above.

          An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

          Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
      2. Unified Print Program.  The administration recommends the Board approve awarding the Unified Print Program bid to Higher Information Group for a total of $601,885.  This total consists of two parts, the base bid which includes hardware and software in the amount of $268,770 and the second part is for estimated usage for copying and printing in the amount of $333,115.   [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

        Motion, Schroeder, Second, Bates; Approval of above.

        A discussion continued. Points of the discussion included - estimated savings for the five year contract is $411,988.40, an estimated $80,000 per year; we will be paying on what we print and printing less will result in a greater savings; company was formerly Harrisburg Office Products and several school districts do use Higher Information Group and customers have reported great service.

        An opportunity was provide for public comment. There was none at this time.

        Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0. 
      3. Restoration of the High School Baseball Field Slope Project.  The administration recommends the Board approve H & H General Excavating's bid for a total of $63,100 for the restoration of the high school baseball field slope project.  [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

        Motion, Freireich, Second, Bates; Approval of above.

        A discussion took place. Points of the discussion included - start date is not known exactly yet, the length for project is six weeks, the project will begin after school is finished; the field will be able to be used during the project, some sodding will be required.

        Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
    6. Revision to the Use of Facilities Fee Schedule for 2014-15 School Year.  The administration recommends the Board approve the revision to the Use of Facilities Fee Schedule for 2014-15 to include an air conditioning fee during the evening hours. [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Bates; Approval of the above.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
    7. The administration recommends the Board approve engaging the services of Noone & Associates, Inc. to prepare an appraisal report of the York Business Center property for a fee not to exceed $10,500. [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]  

      Motion, Clancy, Second, Sears; Approval of above.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
  6. Student Board Representative Report - Miss Liu

    Dr. Merkle reported thanks to this year's student board representative, Miss Liu, for her service during the past school year.
    Welcome to Next Year's Student Board Representative - Jessica Renjilian

    Dr. Merkle introduced Jessica Renjilian, the new student board representative for 2014-15, in attendance this evening. Miss Renjilian will be meeting with Dr. Ellis and myself prior to the June meeting.
  7. Committee Reports - Mr. Miller
    1. Committee Meeting Schedules
      January to June
      July to December  

      Mr. Miller reported above.
    2. Communications Committee Report - Mrs. Schroeder
      1. The minutes of May 5 is provided.

        Mrs. Schroeder reported above.
      2. The Activities and Communication Reports are provided.

        Mrs. Schroeder reported above.
    3. Facilities Committee Report - Mrs. Freireich
      Eagle Scout Project - Relaxation Bench at Valley View Elementary Playground. The Facilities Committee recommends the Board approve the Eagle Scout Project proposed by Aidan Fryor to build a relaxation bench at the Valley View Elementary playground. [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

      Motion, Clancy, Second, Leopold-Sharp; Approval of above.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. Thre was none at this time.

      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0. 
    4. Personnel Committee Report - Ms. Shaffer 
      1. The minutes of May 6 are provided.

        Ms. Shaffer reported above. 
      2. [Consent Agenda:  You have before you the Personnel Report which includes resignations, employment, leave of absence, additional substitute teachers, additional volunteer and re-appointment of fall coaches. 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; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

        Ms. Shaffer reported above.

        A request was received to include salaries for the reappointment of coaches in the minutes for this meeting and in future action.

        Dr. Merkle responded the administration will follow through as requested.

        Motion, Shaffer, Second, Schroeder; Approval of consent agenda items including the items on the Addendum. Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.

        Dr. Ketterman introduced Jennifer Kozak and Kathryn Utzman, in attendance this evening and April Milesky was unable to attend this evening due to a requirement at current position.

        Dr. Ellis introduced Mary Collins.

        Dr. Merkle commented to the board about the addendum items that state pending clearances. The administration does attempt to avoid this but in an effort to not lose these teachers, there are times that it is necessary. Clearances are necessary for a contract.

        Mrs. Schroeder publicly thanked the administration for the grueling process with paperwork and phone calls to be thorough with references for new hires. It is important to hire excellent teachers.
         
      3. Resignation
        1. Recommend Board approval of the resignation of Amy Curry, Reading Aide at Indian Rock Elementary, effective June 6, 2014.
        2. Recommend Board approval of the resignation of Thomas Lubaszewski, Assistant Baseball Coach, effective May 15, 2014.
        3. Recommend Board approval of the resignation of Wendy Mingora, Instructional Support Aide at Valley View Elementary , effective May 6, 2014.
        4. Recommend Board approval of the resignation of Whitney Sementelli, Assistant Field Hockey Coach, effective May 12, 2014.
      4.  Leave of Absence
        1. Recommend Board approval of the request of Alexis Morrow, Second Grade Teacher at Valley View Elementary, for a short term disability leave for maternity purposes starting on or about August 18, 2014, followed by an FMLA leave of absence through approximately December 23, 2014.  Mrs. Morrow will be returning to employment on or about January 5, 2015.
      5. Employment
        1. Recommend the employment of Bradley Clark as a seasonal maintenance employee at the hourly rate of $8.40, effective June 9, 2014, pending clearances.
        2. Recommend the employment of Justin Corsa as a seasonal maintenance crew supervisor at the hourly rate of $10.00, effective May 12, 2014.
        3. Recommend the employment of Travis Frantz as a seasonal maintenance employee at the hourly rate of $8.40, effective June 9, 2014, pending clearances.
        4. Recommend the employment of Michael Kale as Varsity Assistant Football Coach at the salary of $2,956 which represents Step 1 of the Extracurricular Salary Schedule.
        5. Recommend the employment of Dylan Keller as a seasonal maintenance crew supervisor at the hourly rate of $10.00, effective May 19, 2014.
        6. Recommend the employment of Michael Kinard as Assistant Boys Soccer Coach at the salary of $1,980 which represents Step 1 of the Extracurricular Salary Schedulee.
        7. Recommend the employment of Brian Royer as a seasonal maintenance employee at the hourly rate of $8.40, effective June 9, 2014.
        8. Recommend the employment of Nicholas Staab as Secretary – Transportation and Child Accounting at the hourly rate of $18.00, effective June 5, 2014.
      6. Additional Substitute Teachers for 2013-2014
        Amy Whitesel
      7. Additional Volunteer for 2013-2014
        Brian Klimes - CTC Mobilizer
      8. Re-Appointment of Fall Coaches for 2014-2015

        LAST NAME

        FIRST NAME

        SPORT

        2014-2015 SALARY

        2014-2015 STEP

        YODER

        LESLEE

        Head Cheerleading

        $3,827

        4

        SITLER

        JANELLE

        Assistant Cheerleading

        $2,474

        3

        HERMAN

        RONALD

        Head Boys Cross Country

        $3,949

        4

        VANHOUWE

        DANIEL

        Head Girls Cross Country

        $3,949

        4

        ENDERS

        JOHN

        Head Middle School Cross Country

        $3,396

        4

        MILKOWSKI

        ELIZABETH

        Head Field Hockey

        $4,230

        4

        WERNER

        DENISE

        Head Middle School Field Hockey

        $2,887

        4

        JONES

        JEREMY

        Head Football

        $6,489

        3

        ZORTMAN

        CRAIG

        1st Assistant Football

        $6,009

        4

        SIMPSON

        RYAN

        Assistant Football

        $4,188

        3

        LUCKENBAUGH

        SCOTT

        Head Junior High Football

        $4,565

        4

        DALTON

        LARRY

        Head 7th/8th Football

        $3,196

        2

        MOON

        STEVEN

        Assistant Junior High Football

        $2,944

        2

        GABLE

        KENT

        Head Golf

        $4,295

        4

        KOWALEWSKI

        ANTHONY

        Head Boys Soccer

        $6,460

        4

        FORNADEL

        JOHN

        Junior Varsity Boys Soccer

        $3,843

        4

        SHUGARS

        THOMAS

        Head Girls Soccer

        $6,460

        4

        KERCHNER

        ERIN

        Assistant Girls Soccer

        $2,311

        2

        DANILUCK

        JUSTIN

        Junior Varsity Girls Soccer

        $3,267

        3

        TOMAN

        REBECCA

        Head Girls Tennis

        $4,295

        4

        GUYER

        SONIA

        Head Girls Volleyball

        $4,922

        4

        SHOUCK

        AMANDA

        Assistant Girls Volleyball

        $3,533

        4

    5. Planning Committee Report - Ms. Leopold-Sharp
      1. Act 80 Days for 2013-14.  The administration recommends the Board approve the application for Act 80 days for the 2013-14 school year for the following dates and reasons:

        August 19

        In-service program for all staff

        August 20

        In-service program for all staff

        October 14

        Parent-teacher meetings for elementary; In-service program for secondary

        November 11

        Parent-teacher meetings for secondary; In-service program for elementary

        January 20

        In-service program for all staff

        March 21

        Parent-teacher meetings for Valley View and Yorkshire staffs

        State approval of these dates will prevent any fines for loss of days for seniors.     

        [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

        Motion, Clancy, Second, Bates; Approval of above.

        An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

        Voice Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
      2. Act 80 Days for 2014-15.  The administration recommends Board approval of the application for Act 80 days for the 2014-15 school year for the following dates and reasons: 

        August 18

        In-service program for all staff

        August 19

        In-service program for all staff

        October 13

        Parent-teacher meetings for elementary; In-service program for secondary

        November 3

        Parent-teacher meetings for secondary; In-service program for elementary

        January 19

        In-service program for all staff (summer trade day hours may apply)

        March 6

        In-service program for all staff

        March 20

        Valley View and Yorkshire Parent-teacher conferences


        [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

        Motion, Clancy, Second, Bates; Approval of above.

        An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

        Voice Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
    6. Policy Review Committee Report - Ms. Bates
      Policy Revisions.  The Policy Review Committee recommends Board approval of the following policy revisions.
      1. No. 113 - Special Education
      2. No.113.1 - Discipline of Students with Disabilities
      3. No. 113.2 - Behavior Support
      4. No. 113.3 - Screening and Evaluations for Students with Disabilities
      5. No. 113.4 - Confidentiality of Special Education Student Information
      6. Delete No. 113.5 - Child Find
      7. No. 113.6 - Surrogate Parents
      8. No. 114 - Gifted Education
      9. No. 115 - Career and Technical Education
      10. No. 116 - Tutoring
      11. No. 117 - Homebound Instruction
      12. No. 118 - Independent Study
      13. No. 119 - Current Events
      14. No. 121 - Field Trips
      15. Delete No. 121.1 School Sponsored Overnight Field Trips
      16. No. 122 - Extracurricular Activities
      17. No. 123 - Interscholastic Athletics
      18. No. 123.1 - Management of Athletes with Concussion/Return to Play
      19. No. 123.2 - Sudden Cardiac Arrest
        [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

        Ms. Bates noted on verbiage was added on No. 122  and requested same verbiage be placed on No. 123 on page about being in school before the Board approves the policy revisions.

        Motion, Sears, Second, Leopold-Sharp; Approval of above.

        An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

        Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
    7. Additional Committee Reports  

      There was none at this time.
  8. Lincoln Intermediate Unit Board Report - Mr. Sears

    The highlights of the LIU Board Meeting of May 6, 2014, "...by Dawn's Early Light", is provided.

    Mr. Sears reported on above information and stated the LIU leads Intermediate Units in the state with their lead in technology. A student will be posthumously awarded a diploma following her recent death.
  9. York Adams Academy Report - Mrs. Freireich

    Mrs. Freireich provided a reminder about graduation being held at the York Learning Center on June 19 at 7:00 PM and 85 to 100 students will be graduating.
  10. York Area Tax Bureau Report - Ms. Mason

    Ms. Mason reported a meeting was held on April 28 and approval of the distribution of the 2010 allocated funds took place and the district received them on May 9 with the total of $26,550.20. One more contribution will be paid out in 2017 and school districts will no longer be allowed under the law to receive uncollected funds as it will only go to the municipalities. The board approved two bids, one was for paving parking lots and the other was to paint the outside of the York office building.
  11. York County School of Technology - Mrs. Schroeder

    No report
  12. Recognition of Visitors  

    Mr. Miller reported appreciation of the visitors at this evening's meeting and hopefully they received some insight on the educational process that goes on here at York Suburban School District.
  13. Public Comment  

    An opportunity was provided for public comment

    Dick Grau - what is the district doing for delinquent tax payers?

    Ms. Mason replied once they are delinquent, they are turned over to the county and the district cannot pursue. 

    Mr. Miller added a  process is in place to collect them.

    Mr. Spare commented there is a formal process in place and legal steps are taken.

    Mr. Miller concluded that there is a line item in budget for delinquent taxes.
  14. Adjournment  

    The meeting was adjourned at 8:22 PM.

THERE WILL BE AN EXECUTIVE SESSION IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE MEETING.

An Executive Session was held immediately following the meeting.
 

ADDENDUM

 

TO:                 Members of the York Suburban School Board

FROM:            Michele A. Merkle, Ed.D, Superintendent

DATE:             May 27, 2014

SUBJECT:     Addendum to the Agenda for the Board Meeting of May 27, 2014 

 

VII.   Committee Reports

         D.  Personnel Committee Report 
– Ms. Shaffer

 

              2.  Consent Agenda

 

              5.  Employment

 

               i.  

Name:

Mary Collins

Education:

Upper Saint Clair High School, Diploma; Grove City College, B.S. in Mathematics, with Secondary Education certification, Minor in Business

Certification:

Mathematics 7-12

Contract:

Temporary Professional Contract

Salary:

$50,600 – B.S. – Step 1

Assignment:

Math Teacher

Building:

High School

Effective:

2014-2015 (pending clearances)

 

               j.

Name:

Jennifer Kozak

Education:

Curwensville Area High School, Diploma; Lock Haven University, B.S. in Elementary Education

Certification:

Elementary K-6

Contract:

Professional Contract

Salary:

$55,000 – B.S. – Step 5

Assignment:

First Grade Teacher

Building:

Valley View Elementary

Effective:

2014-2015 (pending clearances)

 

               k.  Recommend the employment of April Milesky as a full-time substitute first grade teacher at Valley View Elementary for the 2014-2015 school year at the salary of $50,600 (Step 1 of the Bachelor’s Degree Schedule), pending clearances.

 

                  l.  Recommend the employment of Kathlynn Utzman as a full-time substitute first grade teacher for the first semester of the 2014-2015 school year for Alexis Morrow at Valley View Elementary at the salary of $25,300 (Prorated based on one semester of employment and Step 1 of the Bachelor’s Schedule).

 

     

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.