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					                      FROM THE OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT
                           WAYNE BOARD OF EDUCATION
                               WAYNE, NEW JERSEY

                                     DECEMBER 1, 2011

             6:00 PM - Executive Session                  7:30 PM - Public Meeting
              Wayne Board of Education                    Wayne Board of Education
                  Conference Room                            Conference Room
                   50 Nellis Drive                             50 Nellis Drive
                  Wayne, NJ 07470                            Wayne, NJ 07470



     REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

I.     Reading of "Sunshine Law" Statement
       (Board of Education Conference Room)
II.    Roll Call
III.   Approval to Convene into Executive Session
             Approval to Convene into Executive Session                     X-12-01
             -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
             "that the Board approve to Convene into Executive Session to
             discuss confidntial matters, as per attached."

                   Legal




IV.    Reconvene



                                         FLAG SALUTE
                                    MOMENT OF SILENCE
V.     Administrative Summary Report
VI.    Open to Public Agenda Items Only
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       Members of the public may speak once for a maximum period of five
      minutes by the clock during this portion of the meeting. The public may
      speak on any agenda item during their five minutes.
VII. Approval of Minutes
VIII. Committee Reports and Action
                                                                                C-12-01
             Education Committee              November 17, 2011

             Facilities and Transportation    November 17, 2011



IX.   Action on Agenda
      Education:
             Approval of Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired -       E-12-01
             RECOMMENDED ACTION:
             "that the Board approve the Commission for the Blind and
             Visually Impaired to provide Level 1 services to student 013259
             in the amount of $1,700.00 for the 2011-2012 school year."



             Approval of Revised Secondary Course of Study                      E-12-02
             -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
             "that the Board approve the revised secondary course of study,
             Astrobiology, to replace current course: Space Science as
             approved by the Education committee and attached by
             reference."



             Approval of Revised Secondary Course of Study                      E-12-03
             -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
             "that the Board approve the revised secondary course of study,
             BioGeology, to replace current course: Geology as approved by
             the Education committee and attached by reference."



             Approval of Revised Secondary Course of Study                      E-12-04
             -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
             "that the Board approve the revised secondary course of study,
             Italian I as approved by the Education committee and attached
             by reference."



             Approval of Revised Secondary Course of Study                      E-12-05
             -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
             "that the Board approve the revised secondary course of study,
             Italian II as approved by the Education committee and attached           Page 2 of 44
   by reference."



   Approval of Revised Secondary Course of Study -                    E-12-06
   RECOMMENDED ACTION:
   "that the Board approve the revised secondary course of study,
   Italian IV Honors as approved by the Education committee and
   attached by reference."



   Approval of Revised Secondary Course of Study                      E-12-07
   -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
   "that the Board approve the revised secondary course of study,
   Italian V as approved by the Education committee and attached
   by reference."



   Approval of Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship- E-12-08
   Based Model (DIR/Floortime Evaluation)
   -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
   "that the Board approve a Developmental, Individual Difference,
   Relationship-Based Model Evaluation for student 025901 as part
   of the Reevaluation Plan for the 2011-2012 school year in the
   amount of $600.00."



Approval of Home Instruction for the 2011-2012 School Year             E-12-09
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Home Instruction for the 2011-2012
school year as follows:

I.D.   Reg/Spec Sch/Grade           Reason Hour /Wk Eff. Date
013716 Reg. Ed  WHHS/Gr 12          Medical 10      10/27/11
035157 Reg. Ed. WHHS/Gr 10          Medical 10      10/20/11



   Approval of Home/Hospital Instruction for the 2011-2012 school     E-12-10
   year.
   -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
   "that the Board approve Home/Hospital Instruction for the 2011-
   2012 school year as follows."

   Student     School      Anticipated # of   Hourly          Total
                                Hours          Rate
   030550     UCESC              120          $88.00    $10,560.00
             Union
             County
                                                                            Page 3 of 44
             Educational
           Services
           Commission



Approval of a Korean Translator                                    E-12-11
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve Lily Ahn as a Korean Translator for the
Wayne School District at the rate of $25.00 per hour for the 2011-
2012 school year not to exceed $1000.00."



Approval of New Secondary Course of Study -RECOMMENDED E-12-12
ACTION: "that the Board approve a new secondary course of
study, AP European History, for grades 10-12, to begin in the
2012-13 school year as approved by the Education committee
and attached by reference."

Approval of Out of District Placements                                E-12-13
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve Out of District Placements for the 2011-
2012 school year as follows and that transportation be arranged
as required."

 Student          School                                  Amount
 021031           Benway SchoolStart                    $37,799.93
                  Date 11/29/11
 028116           Leonia Public Schools                  $4,200.00
                  1:1 Aide for October and
                  November 2011


APPROVAL OF OUT OF DISTRICT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT                  E-12-14
OPPORTUNITIES FOR STAFF MEMBERS

-RECOMMENDED ACTION:

"that the Board approve out of district professional development
opportunities for the 2011-2012 school year, as follows:"

Whereas, district employees and members of the Board of
Education listed on the chart are attending conferences,
conventions, staff training, seminars, or workshops; and

Whereas, the attendance at stated functions were previously
approved by the chief school administrator and school business
administrator as work related and within the scope of work
responsibilities of the attendees; and,

Whereas, the attendance at the functions were approved as
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promoting delivery of instruction of furthering efficient operation
    of the district, and fiscally prudent; and

    Whereas, the travel and related expenses particular to
    attendance at these functions are within state travel guidelines
    established by the Department of Treasury in NJOMD circular
    letter;

    BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education finds the travel
    and related expense particular to attendance at these previously
    approved functions;

    BE IT RESOLVED, that the expenses are justified and therefore
    reimbursable and/or payable, as per the attached."




    Approval of Reimbursement to Parents                          E-12-15
    -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
    "that the Board approve Reimbursement to the Parents of
    student 021325 for an Independent Evaluation as per agreement
    Board approved November 18th 2010 in the amount of $30.00."



    Approval of a Contract for a Receiving Student                     E-12-16
    -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
    "that the Board approve a contract with the New Jersey
    Department of Children and Families Office of Education to
    receive Student #035654 in the LLD Program at John F.
    Kennedy Elementary School, effective September 15, 2011 for
    the 2011-2012 school year at a tuition cost of $18,060 pro-rated
    and a transportation cost of $10,159.00 pro-rated".



Human Resource:
    Approval of Appointment of Clerical Assistant                     H-12-01
    -RECOMMENDED ACTION: "that the Board approve the Interim
    Superintendent's recommendation to approve Alexandra Argiris
    as a clerical assistant, for the 2011-2012 school year, Lafayette
    Elementary School, no medical benefits, $14.42 per hour,
    effective December 5, 2011, replacing Anna Maria Bock."

    Approval of Extracurricular Appointments (Coaches) -               H-12-02
    RECOMMENDED ACTION:
    "that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
    recommendation to appoint Alexander Lagasi, Assistant
    Basketball Boys/Freshman Coach WH, Step 1 $5,480, for the
    2011-2012 school year, (replacing P. Slater)."

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Approval of Job Description and Position                           H-12-03
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to approve the job description; Assistant
Building & Grounds Supervisor and the position, as reviewed and
approved by the Personnel Committe and Central Office
Maintainence Supervisors, as per attached."


Approval of Appointment of Middle School Chaperones                H-12-04
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to approve chaperones for George Washington
Middle School, for the 2011-2012 school year, as per attached."



Approval of Appointment of Part Time Instructional              H-12-05
Paraprofessional
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to approve part time Instructional
Paraprofessionals for 19 hours a week, for the 2011-2012 school
year, as approved by the Personnel Committee, as follows."
Karen Alexander, Part Time Instructional Paraprofessional, Step
1 of the Paraprofessionals Salary Guide, $15.66 per hour, Pines
Lake Elementary School, effective December 5, 2011, no
medical benefits, new position.

Karin Lemke, Part Time Instructional Paraprofessional, Step 1 of
the Paraprofessionals Salary Guide, $15.66 per hour, 11 hours a
week, James Fallon Elementary School, effective December 12,
2011, no medical benefits, new position.

Rena Cooper, Part Time Instructional Paraprofessional, Step 1 of
the Paraprofessionals Salary Guide, $15.66 per hour, 8 hours a
week, James Fallon Elementary School, effective December 5,
2011, no medical benefits, new position.




Approval of Resignations                                           H-12-06
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board accept the resignations as follows."

Janet Sasso, P/T Nurse, George Washington Middle School,
effective January 2, 2012, personal reasons. (Step 4 $23,625)

Phil Slater, Assistant Basketball/Boys Freshman Coach, Wayne
Hills High School, effective November 17, 2011, personal
reasons.
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Shaquan Powell, Bus Driver, Transportation, effective October
18, 2011, personal reasons. (Step 2 $22.83hr.)



Approval of Staff Leaves                                        H-12-07
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to approve staff leaves for the 2011-2012
school year, as follows."

ID#3691, LPN Para, Ryerson Elementary School
12/5/11 - 1/1/12 - Medical Leave w/o pay & w/benefits.



                                                                H-12-08
Approval of Appointment of Substitute School Cafeteria
Playground Aides
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to approve substitute school cafeteria
playground aides for the 2011-2012 school year, as follows."
Laura Pappolla
Enjeela Ahmadi



                                                                H-12-09
Approval of Appointment of Substitute Teachers
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to approve substitute teachers for the 2011-
2012 school year, as follows."
Nicholas Agelis
Tahany Ebshmawy
Julie Carbone



Approval of Transportation Hours                                H-12-10
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to approve transportation hours for Van Drivers,
for the 2011-2012 school year, effective November 16, 2011, as
follows."

Joyce Bednarcik: from 5 hours to 7 Hours
Somyia Brock: from 5.5 hours to 7 Hours
Cathy Jackson: from 5.75 hours to 7.5 Hours



Approval of Appointment of Transportation Personnel -           H-12-11 7 of 44
                                                                      Page
RECOMMENDED ACTION: "that the Board approve the Interim
Superintendent's recommendation to appoint Transportation
Personnel for the 2011-2012 school year, as follows:"

Tyrone Johnson, Bus Driver, Step 2 of the Bus Drivers Salary
Guide, $22.83 per hour, not to exceed 4.75 hrs./day,
Transportation, effective December 2, 2011, replacing Shaquan
Powell.

Iris Gray, Substitute Bus Driver, Step 2 of the Bus Drivers Salary
Guide, $22.83 per hour, not to exceed 15 hrs/week, effective
December 5, 2011, replacing Tryrone Johnson.

Salaries to be adjusted upon completion of negotiations



Approval of Transfer of Personnel -RECOMMENDED ACTION:               H-12-12
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to transfer Deanna Palladino from a 1:1
Paraprofessional, ID#034269 placed out of District, to 1:1
Paraprofessional, Pines Lake Elementary School, ID#025120,
effective November 21, 2011."



Approval of Payment of Honorarium                             H-12-13
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to accept an honorarium from College Board in
the amount of $250.00 be paid to Kate Kay, Wayne Valley High
School, for work as the AP Coordinator for the 2011 AP Exam."



Approval of Change in Substitute Hourly Pay for Building       H-12-14
Services Personnel
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to approve a change in pay for substitute
building services personnel from $11.00 per hour to $12.00 per
hour as approved by the Personnel Committee, effective January
3, 2012."



Approval of Appointment of Building Services Personnel               H-12-15
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to approve Building Services Personnel for the
2011-2012 school year, as follows."

Frederick Sundmaker, Jr., HVAC Technician, Board Office, Step
7 $50,985, of the Wayne Custodial Maintenance Association                  Page 8 of 44
Salary Guide, effective December 5, 2011, replacing Mario
Cinelli, Step 6 $45,625.

Habib Hajjar, from Day Custodian, Wayne Valley High School,
Step 7 of the Wayne Custodial Maintenance Salary Guide, to
Head Custodian, Wayne Valley High School, Step 7 $47,385 +
$3,600 stipend for Head Custodian, effective December 5, 2011,
replacing Robert Ridgway, Step 7 $46,835.



Approval of Extended Daily Work Schedules for Hourly Staff        H-12-16
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to approve extended daily work hours for
Before Care, for the 2011-2012 school year, for a 1:1
Paraprofessional, Jacqueline Carola, for student ID#025642, for
3 days from 7:30 am to 8:45 am, $17.28/hr."



Approval of Stipends                                              H-12-17
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to approve Stipends for Building Services
Personnel for the 2011-2012 school year, as follows."

Mobul Hossain, Black Seal stipend $30.00/month - effective
November 21, 2011.

*Frank Abbattiscianni, Asbestos Certificate - $500.00.
*Christopher Swank, Asbestos Certificate - $500.00 and
Refrigerant Certificate $650.00.

*as per COMSA agreement effective July 1, 2011



Approval of Revised Staff Leave                                   H-12-18
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to revise staff leave ID#3091, FMLA Maternity
Leave from 1/12/12 to 3/8/12, w/o pay and w/benefits."



Approval of appointment of Worker Assignments for Extra           H-12-19
Curricular Games

-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
recommendation to appoint a Worker Assignment for Extra
Curricular Games for the 2011-2012 school year, as per
attached:"                                                              Page 9 of 44
      Richard Basilicato Wayne Hills Ice Hockey Security @ $77.00



      Approval of Appointment of Long Term Replacement Personnel H-12-20
      -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
      "that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's
      recommendation to approve Mary Ann Rugel, BA William
      Paterson University, Step 1 of the Bachelors Long Term
      Substitute Salary Guide $25,584 pro-rated, effective December
      2, 2011 through May 4, 2012, Grade 2, James Fallon Elementary
      School, no medical benefits, replacing Kathryn Gonzalez.
      (Step7BA+15$56,100)".



Policy:
      Approval of Policy No. 1522--First Reading for Consideration    P-12-01
      -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
      "that the Board approve Policy No. 1522--School-Level Planning-
      -first reading for consideration, as per attached, having been
      reviewed at the November 17, 2011 Education Committee."


      Approval of Policy No. 1620--Second Reading for Action               P-12-02
      -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
      "that the Board approve Policy No. 1620 Administrative
      Employment Contracts--second reading for action, as per
      attached, having been recommended at the November 3, 2011
      Personnel Committee."



      Approval of Policy No. 2415.01--First Reading for Consideration P-12-03
      -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
      "that the Board approve Policy No. 2415.01--Academic
      Standards, Academic Assessments, and Accountability--first
      reading for consideration, as per attached, having been reviewed
      at the November 17, 2011 Education Committee."


      Approval of Policy No. 0142--Second Reading for Action               P-12-04
      -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
      "that the Board approve Policy No. 0142--Board Member
      Qualifications--second reading for action, as per attached, having
      been recommended at the November 3, 2011.



School Resources:
      Approval of Bills List                                               S-12-01
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      -RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the December 1, 2011 Bills List in the
total amount of $7,622,436.89, as per the attached."


Approval of Three-Year Comprehensive Maintenance Plan              S-12-02
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve the Three-Year Comprehensive
Maintenance Plan for the period July 1, 2010 through, as per the
attached."



Approval of Energy Audit                                          S-12-03
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve Dome-Tech Group, a pre-approved
vendor under the New Jersey Division of Purchase and Property
State Contract T-2545, to perform an energy audit of all 14
school facilities, the Preakness Building, and the Administration
Building, as part of the Local Government Energy Audit Program
(LGEA), at a total cost of $86,140, which cost shall be
reimbursed by the program once the final audit is received and
accepted by LGEA."



Approval of Federal Supplemental Education Jobs Fund            S-12-04
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board accept and appropriate the Federal Supplemental
Education Jobs Funds in the amount of $7,000 for the 2011-2012
school year."


The District received Education Jobs Act Funding in the 2011-
2012 budget in the amount of $223,426 which was included in
the original budget. These funds can be used by the District for
school level employee compensation and benefits and other
expenses such as support services to retain existing employees,
recall or rehire former employees or hire new employees. With
these supplemental funds, the new fund allocation will be
$230,426.
Approval of Workers Compensation Insurance                     S-12-05
-RECOMMENDED ACTION:
"that the Board approve New Jersey School Boards Association
Insurance Group as its insurance carrier for workers
compensation insurance at an annual premium cost of $867,276
per year for the period January 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013,
as reviewed and approved by the Finance and Technology
Committee, as per the attached."


The District's insurance through the NJIFF expires on December
31, 2011. Proposals were solicited and NJSBAIG was the lowest            Page 11 of 44
           premium submitted. NJSBAIG has proposed a flat premium for
           the remainder of this school year through June 30, 2012 and for
           the 2012-2013 school year, with adjustments to premium for the
           2012-2013 school year based solely on dollars of payroll. No
           adjustments to premium will be made in the 2012-2013 for
           changes in experience modifications.
           Approval of Donations                                                  S-12-06
           -RECOMMENDED ACTION:

           "that the Board approve the acceptance of the following
           donations:"

           1.To Ryerson E.S., from Metroprinting, Boonton, New Jersey, a
           donation of hallway signs, valued at $80.00

           2.To Ryerson E.S. 5th Graders, from What-A-Tee, Hackensack,
           New Jersey, a donation of fifty-five (55) "Turkey Trot" T-shirts,
           valued at $330.00

           3.To Ryerson E.S., from the Ryerson E.S. PTO, a donation of
           $503.92 towards the purchase of an HP Design Jet 130 Poster
           Printer, to be used as a tool by the teachers

           4.To Ryerson E.S. from Steven and Angel Girardi of Basically
           Balloons, Inc, Wayne, New Jersey, a donation of a balloon arch
           and clusters to be used for a start/finish line for their 1st Annual
           Turkey Trot, valued at $450.00

            New Donations for December 1, 2011              $ 1,363.92
            Total Donations as of November 17, 2011         $ 133,908.74
            Total Year to Date Donations                    $ 135,272.66



X.    Open to Public

      Members of the public may speak once for a maximum period of five minutes by
      the clock during this portion of the meeting. The public may speak on any topic
      during their five minutes.
XI.   Old Business
XII. New Business
XIII. Executive Session
XIV. Adjournment



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Title:                               Professional Leaves 12/1/11

Subject:                             APPROVAL OF OUT OF DISTRICT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                                     OPPORTUNITIES FOR STAFF MEMBERS

Recommended Action:                  "that the Board approve out of district professional development opportunities
                                     for the 2011-2012 school year, as follows:"

                                     Whereas, district employees and members of the Board of Education listed on
                                     the chart are attending conferences, conventions, staff training, seminars, or
                                     workshops; and

                                     Whereas, the attendance at stated functions were previously approved by the
                                     chief school administrator and school business administrator as work related
                                     and within the scope of work responsibilities of the attendees; and,

                                     Whereas, the attendance at the functions were approved as promoting
                                     delivery of instruction of furthering efficient operation of the district, and fiscally
                                     prudent; and

                                     Whereas, the travel and related expenses particular to attendance at these
                                     functions are within state travel guidelines established by the Department of
                                     Treasury in NJOMD circular letter;

                                     BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education finds the travel and related
                                     expense particular to attendance at these previously approved functions;

                                     BE IT RESOLVED, that the expenses are justified and therefore reimbursable
                                     and/or payable, as per the attached."

Summary:
Agenda Item Number:
Start Time:


ATTACHMENTS:
Name:                               Description:                                                          Type:
   PROF._LV._AGENDA_12.1.2011.doc Professional Leaves Attachment 12/1/11                                  Cover Memo




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Regular Board Agenda – December 1, 2011

OUT OF DISTRICT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR
STAFF MEMBERS

                                                                        T=Travel
   NAME       BLDG.         WORKSHOP            DATE/S        FEE       L=Lodging          TOTAL
                                                                        M=Meals            COST
                                                                        I=Incidental
 Banks, S.    SCMS       Celebration of       3/16/12        $175.00                   0   $175.00
                         Teaching and
                         Learning
 Carlin, T.   District   Techspo              1/26-27/12            0     T=$95.76         $290.76
                                                                           L=$96.00
                                                                         M&I=$99.00
 Christie,    District   Alliance for NJ      1/27/12        $110.00         $35.80        $145.80
 M.                      Environmental
                         Education’s Annual
                         Conf.
 Cosmas,         Laf.    The Common Core      1/12/12         $99.00                   0    $99.00
 S.                      in Action
 DeFranco,      Spec.    Using CBI to Teach   3/20/12 &       $22.00        T=$26.78        $48.78
 C.             Svcs.    Recreation Skills    4/19/12
 Erck, R.        JFK     Common Core          12/1/11         $99.00                   0    $99.00*
                         Standards
 Fennell,      Transp. School                 12/2/11               0       T=$61.32        $61.32
 D.                      Transportation
                         Supervisors of NJ
                         Meeting
 Fiorletta,   Fallon & NJ Music Education     2/23 & 24/12   $150.00        T-$25.85       $175.85
 C.            T. Dey    Conf.
 Goodman, Transp. Management and              11/29, 12/6,   $795.00                   0   $795.00
 S.                      Supervising Skills   13,20/11,
                         Course               1/3,10,17/12
 Kaplan, K.       R.     Common Core          1/12/12         $99.00        T=$32.41       $131.41*
               Carter    Standards
 Kistler, L.   AWMS Rutgers Annual            3/16/12        $150.00                   0   $150.00
                         Conf. on Reading
                         and Writing
 Korch, R.     AWMS Making the Best Use       1/6/12         $215.00                   0   $215.00
                         of Cutting Edge
                         Technology in the
                         World Language
                         Classroom
 Longo, P.     P. Lake The Common Core        1/12/12         $99.00                   0    $99.00
                         in Action
 McGrath,        APT     Common Core          12/1/11         $99.00        T=$33.48       $132.48*
 M.                      Standards
 Maayan,        Fallon   The Common Core      1/12/12         $99.00                   0    $99.00
 E.                      in Action
 * Charge to NCLB Title I Grant
 ** Charge to NCLB Title IIA Grant
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OUT OF DISTRICT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR
STAFF MEMBERS – CONT.

                                                                       T=Travel
NAME         BLDG.         WORKSHOP             DATE/S        FEE      L=Lodging      TOTAL
                                                                       M=Meals        COST
                                                                       I=Incidental
Mecca, D.    Ryerson    NJ Music Education    2/23 & 24/12   $150.00       T=$52.60    $202.60
             & Fallon   Conf.
O’Connor-    AWMS       Rutgers Annual        3/16/12        $150.00             0     $150.00
Rydell, R.              Conf. on Reading
                        and Writing
Orr, C.       SCMS      Annual Conf. on       3/16/12        $150.00             0     $150.00
                        Reading and Writing
Pandolfi,    District   Common Core           12/1/11         $99.00             0      $99.00
D.                      Standards
Pisani, M.    T. Dey    Testing for Success   1/12/12        $150.00      T=$17.50    $167.50**

Russoma       T. Dey    The Common Core       1/12/12         $99.00      T=$15.50    $114.50**
no, L.                  in Action
Sponenbu       JFK      NJASK Aggressive      2/9/12         $150.00             0    $150.00*
rg, E.                  Intervention
Tavis, K.     SCMS      Annual Conf. on       3/16/12        $150.00             0     $150.00
                        Reading and Writing
Van Ess,       JFK      NJAHPERD Annual       3/5-6/12       $140.00             0     $140.00
K.                      Convention
Willbergh,   GWMS       Getting Ready for     3/22/12         $95.00             0     $95.00*
A.                      the Common Core       Date
                        Standards             Correction -
                                              originally
                                              approved at
                                              11/17/11
                                              Board
                                              Meeting
* Charge to NCLB Title I Grant
** Charge to NCLB Title IIA Grant




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Title:                             Job Description/Position

Subject:                           Approval of Job Description and Position

Recommended Action:                "that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's recommendation to
                                   approve the job description; Assistant Building & Grounds Supervisor and the
                                   position, as reviewed and approved by the Personnel Committe and Central
                                   Office Maintainence Supervisors, as per attached."

Summary:
Agenda Item Number:
Start Time:


ATTACHMENTS:
Name:                                       Description:                                             Type:
   DOCJobDescriptionBLDGGROUNDSSUPV.PDF Job Description Bldg/Grounds Supv                            Cover Memo




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Title:                            Middle School Chaperones

Subject:                          Approval of Appointment of Middle School Chaperones

Recommended Action:               "that the Board approve the Interim Superintendent's recommendation to
                                  approve chaperones for George Washington Middle School, for the 2011-2012
                                  school year, as per attached."

Summary:
Agenda Item Number:
Start Time:


ATTACHMENTS:
Name:                      Description:                                                  Type:
   DOCMSChaperonesDec1.PDF MS Chaperones                                                 Cover Memo




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Title:                                Policy #1620 Administrative Employment Contracts

Subject:                              Approval of Policy No. 1620--Second Reading for Action

Recommended Action:                   "that the Board approve Policy No. 1620 Administrative Employment
                                      Contracts--second reading for action, as per attached, having been
                                      recommended at the November 3, 2011 Personnel Committee."

Summary:
Agenda Item Number:
Start Time:


ATTACHMENTS:
Name:                                Description:                                                 Type:
   P1620AdmEmploymentContracts.doc Policy #1620 Administrative Employment Contracts               Cover Memo




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               1620 ADMINISTRATIVE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS

 The Executive County Superintendent shall review and approve for all Superintendents,
 Deputy Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, and School Business Administrators
 in school districts, county vocational school districts, county special services school
 districts and other districts, except charters, within the County under the supervision of
 the Executive County Superintendent:

        1.      New employment contracts, including contracts that replace expired
                contracts for existing tenured and non-tenured employees;

        2.      Renegotiations, extensions, amendments, or other alterations of the terms
                of existing employment contracts that have been previously approved by
                the Executive County Superintendent; and

        3.      Provisions for contract extensions where such terms were not included in
                the original employment contract or are different from the provisions
                contained in the original approved employment contract.

 In counties where there is no Executive County Superintendent or Acting Executive
 County Superintendent, the Assistant Commissioner for Field Services shall review and
 approve all above contracts.

 The contract review and approval shall take place prior to any required public notice and
 hearing pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:11-11 and prior to the Board approval and execution of
 those contracts to ensure compliance with all applicable laws, including but not limited to
 N.J.S.A. 18A:30-3.5, 18A:30-9, 18A:17-15.1 and 18A:11-12.

 The public notice and public hearing required pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:11-11 is
 applicable to a Board that renegotiates, extends, amends, or otherwise alters the terms of
 an existing contract with the Superintendent of Schools, Deputy Superintendent,
 Assistant Superintendents, or School Business Administrator.

 The public notice and public hearing requirements of N.J.S.A. 18A:11-11 do not apply to
 new contracts that replace expired contracts for existing employees in one of these
 positions, whether tenured or not tenured.

 In connection with the Executive County Superintendent’s review of the contract, the
 Board shall provide the Executive County Superintendent with a detailed statement
 setting forth the total cost of the contract for each applicable year, including salary,
 longevity (if applicable), benefits and all other emoluments.

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 The review and approval shall be consistent with the following additional standards:

        1.     Contracts for each class of administrative position shall be comparable
               with the salary, benefits and other emoluments contained in the contracts
               of similarly credentialed and experienced administrators in other school
               districts in the region with similar enrollment, academic achievement
               levels and challenges, and grade span.

        2.     No contract shall include provisions that are inconsistent with the travel
               requirements pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:11-12 and N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-7
               including, but not limited to, the provisions for mileage reimbursement
               and reimbursement for meals and lodging in New Jersey. Any contractual
               provision that is inconsistent with law is superseded by the law.

        3.     No contract shall include provisions for the reimbursement or payment of
               employee contributions that are either required by law or by a contract in
               effect in the district with other teaching staff members, such as payment of
               the employee’s State or federal taxes, or of the employee’s contributions
               to FICA, Medicare, State pensions and annuities (TPAF), life insurance,
               disability insurance (if offered), and health benefit costs.

        4.     No contract shall contain a payment as a condition of separation from
               service that is deemed by the Executive County Superintendent to be
               prohibited or excessive in nature. The payment cannot exceed the lesser
               of the calculation of three months pay for every year remaining on the
               contract with pro-ration for partial years, not to exceed twelve months, or
               the remaining salary amount due under the contract.

        5.     No contract shall include benefits that supplement or duplicate benefits
               that are otherwise available to the employee by operation of law, an
               existing group plan, or other means; e.g., an annuity or life insurance plan
               that supplements or duplicates a plan already made available to the
               employee. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, a contract may
               contain an annuity where those benefits are already contained in the
               existing contract between the employee and the district.

        6.     Contractual provisions regarding accumulation of sick leave and
               supplemental compensation for accumulated sick leave shall be consistent
               with N.J.S.A. 18A:30-3.5. Supplemental payment for accumulated sick
               leave shall be payable only at the time of retirement and shall not be paid

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        to the individual’s estate or beneficiaries in the event of the individual’s
        death prior to retirement. Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A:30-3.2, a new Board
        of Education contract may include credit of unused sick leave in
        accordance with the new Board of Education’s policy on sick leave credit
        for all employees.

  7.    Contractual provisions regarding accumulation of unused vacation leave
        and supplemental compensation for accumulated unused vacation leave
        shall be consistent with N.J.S.A. 18A:30-9. Contractual provisions for
        payments of accumulated vacation leave prior to separation can be
        included but only for leave accumulated prior to June 8, 2007 and
        remaining unused at the time of payment. Supplemental payments for
        unused vacation leave accrued consistent with the provisions of N.J.S.A.
        18A:30-9 after June 8, 2007 as well as unused vacation leave accumulated
        prior to June 8, 2007 that has not been paid, shall be payable at the time of
        separation and may be paid to the individual’s estate or beneficiaries in the
        event of the individual’s death prior to separation.

  8.    Contractual provisions that include a calculation of per diem for twelve
        month employees shall be based on a two hundred sixty day work year.

  9.    No provision for a bonus shall be made except where payment is
        contingent upon achievement of measurable specific performance
        objectives expressly contained in a contract approved pursuant to N.J.A.C.
        6A:23A-3.1, where compensation is deemed reasonable relative to the
        established performance objectives, and achievement of the performance
        objectives has been documented to the satisfaction of the Board of
        Education.

  10.   No provision for payment at the time of separation or retirement shall be
        made for work not performed except as otherwise authorized above.

  11.   No contract shall include a provision for a monthly allowance except for a
        reasonable car allowance. A reasonable car allowance cannot exceed the
        monthly cost of the average monthly miles traveled for business purposes
        multiplied by the allowable mileage reimbursement pursuant to applicable
        law and regulation and NJOMB circulars. If such allowance is included,
        the employee cannot be reimbursed for business travel mileage nor
        assigned permanently a car for official district business. Any provision of
        a car for official district business must conform with N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-


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               6.12 and be supported by detailed justification. No contract can include a
               provision of a dedicated driver or chauffer.

        12.    All Superintendent contracts shall include the required provision pursuant
               to N.J.S.A. 18A:17-15.1 which states that in the event the
               Superintendent’s certificate is revoked, the contract is null and void.

        13.    No contract shall include a provision for additional compensation upon the
               acquisition of a graduate degree unless the graduate degree is conferred by
               a duly accredited institution of higher education as defined in N.J.A.C.
               6A:9-2.1. No contract shall include a provision for assistance or tuition
               reimbursement, or for additional compensation for graduate school
               coursework, unless such coursework culminates in the acquisition of a
               graduate degree conferred by a duly accredited institution of higher
               education as defined in N.J.A.C. 6A:9-2.1.

 Any actions by the Executive County Superintendent undertaken pursuant to N.J.A.C.
 6A:23-3.1 and this Policy may be appealed to the Commissioner of Education pursuant to
 the procedures set forth at N.J.A.C. 6A:3.


 N.J.A.C. 6A:23A-3.1; 6A:23A-7 et seq.


 Adopted: 15 October 2009
 Revised:




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Title:                              Policy No. 0142 Board Member Qualifications

Subject:                            Approval of Policy No. 0142--Second Reading for Action

Recommended Action:                 "that the Board approve Policy No. 0142--Board Member Qualifications--
                                    second reading for action, as per attached, having been recommended at the
                                    November 3, 2011.

Summary:
Agenda Item Number:
Start Time:


ATTACHMENTS:
Name:                        Description:                                                    Type:
   P0142bdmemberqualif.doc   Policy No. 0142 Board Member Qualifications                     Cover Memo




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  0142 BOARD MEMBER QUALIFICATIONS, PROHIBITED ACTS AND CODE OF
                           ETHICS (M)

 M

 Each member of the Board of Education shall possess the qualifications required by law
 and shall be bound by the provisions of the School Ethics Act.

 Qualification of Office

 A Board member must be a citizen of the United States.

 A Board member must be a resident of the district the member represents and must have
 been such for at least one year immediately preceding the member's election or
 appointment.

 A Board member must be able to read and write.

 A Board member must be registered to vote in the district and not disqualified from
 voting pursuant to N.J.S.A. 19:4-1.

 A Board member may not have been convicted of a crime or offense as listed in N.J.S.A.
 18A:12-1.

 A Board member cannot concurrently hold office as mayor or a member of the governing
 body of Wayne.

 Each member of the Board of Education, within thirty days of election or appointment to
 the Board shall undergo a criminal history background investigation for the purpose of
 ensuring the member is not disqualified from membership due to a criminal conviction of
 a crime or offense listed in N.J.S.A. 18A:12-1 et seq. The Board of Education will
 reimburse the Board member for the costs of the criminal history record check. The
 Commissioner of Education shall notify the Board of Education if a member has been
 disqualified from membership on the Board as the result of the criminal history record
 check. The Commissioner of Education will also notify the Board if a Board member has
 charges enumerated in N.J.S.A. 18A:12-1 pending against him/her and the Board shall
 take appropriate action. If the pending charges result in conviction, the member shall be
 disqualified form continued membership on the Board.




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 Prohibited Acts

 “Business” means any corporation, partnership, firm, enterprise, franchise, association,
 trust, sole proprietorship, union, political organization, or other legal entity but does not
 include a school district or other public entity.

 “Interest” means the ownership of or control of more than ten percent of the profits,
 assets, or stocks of a business but does not include the control of assets in a labor union.

 “Immediate family” means the person to whom the Board member is legally married and
 any dependent child of the Board member residing in the same household.

 No Board member or member of his/her immediate family shall have an interest in a
 business organization or engage in any business, transaction, or professional activity that
 is in substantial conflict with the proper discharge of his/her duties in the public interest.

 No Board member shall use or attempt to use his/her official position to secure
 unwarranted privileges, advantages, or employment for him/herself, members of his/her
 immediate family, or others.

 No Board member shall act in his/her official capacity in any matter where he/she, a
 member of his/her immediate family, or a business organization in which he/she has an
 interest, has a direct or indirect financial or personal involvement that might reasonably
 be expected to impair his/her independence of judgment in the exercise of official duties.
 No Board member shall act in his/her official capacity in any matter where he/she or a
 member of his/her immediate family has a personal involvement that is or creates some
 benefit to the Board member or a member of his/her immediate family.

 No Board member shall undertake any employment or service, whether compensated or
 not, which might reasonably be expected to prejudice his/her independence of judgment
 in the exercise of official duties.

 No Board member or member of his/her immediate family or business organization in
 which he/she has an interest shall solicit or accept any gift, favor, loan, political
 contribution, service, promise of future employment, or other thing of value based upon
 an understanding that the gift, favor, loan, contribution, service, promise, or other thing
 of value was given or offered for the purpose of influencing him/her, directly or
 indirectly, in the discharge of his/her official duties, except that the member may have
 solicited or accepted contributions to his/her campaign for election to public office if
 he/she had no knowledge or reason to believe that the campaign contribution, if accepted,
 was given with the intent to influence him/her in the discharge of official duties. Board

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 members may not accept offers of meals, entertainment or hospitality which are limited
 to clients/customers of the individual providing such hospitality. Board members may
 attend hospitality suites or receptions at conferences only when they are open to all
 persons attending the conference.

 No Board member shall use, or allow to be used, his public office or any information not
 generally available to the members of the public which he/she receives or acquires in the
 course of and by reason of his/her office, for the purpose of securing financial gain for
 him/herself, any member of his/her immediate family, or any business organization with
 which he/she is associated.

 No Board member or business organization in which he/she has an interest shall represent
 any person or party other than the Board of Education or this school district in connection
 with any cause, proceeding, application, or other matter pending before this school
 district or in any proceeding involving this school district, except that this provision shall
 not be deemed to prohibit representation within the context of official labor union or
 similar representational responsibilities.

 It is not a conflict of interest if, merely by reason of his/her participation in any matter
 voted upon by the Board, a Board member accrues material or monetary gain that is no
 greater than the gain that could reasonably be expected to accrue to any other member of
 the member's business, profession, occupation, or group.

 No elected Board member shall be prohibited from making an inquiry for information on
 behalf of a constituent, if no fee, reward, or other thing of value is promised to or given to
 or accepted by the member or a member of his/her immediate family, whether directly or
 indirectly, in return for the information so requested.

 Nothing shall prohibit a Board member or members of his/her immediate family from
 representing him/herself or themselves in negotiations or proceedings concerning his/her
 or their own interests, except that Board members shall disqualify themselves from
 participating in negotiations and voting on collective bargaining agreements where their
 spouse or dependent children are members of the bargaining unit.

 Each Board member shall annually, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 18A:12-25 and 18A:12-
 26, file a disclosure statement regarding potential conflicts of interest.




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 Ineligibility for District Employment

 A Board member cannot be appointed to a paid office or position required to be filled by
 the Board, except where law permits or requires that the office or position be filled by a
 Board member, and is ineligible for appointment to a paid office or position in the district
 for at least six months after the member's retirement, resignation, or removal from Board
 membership.

 Code of Ethics

 In accordance with N.J.S.A 18A:12-24.1 every Board member will abide by the
 following Code of Ethics. The Board member will:

        1.        Uphold and enforce all laws, rules and regulations of the State Board of
                  Education and court orders pertaining to schools. Desired changes shall
                  be brought about only through legal and ethical procedures.

        2.        Make decisions in terms of the educational welfare of children and seek to
                  develop and maintain public schools that meet the individual needs of all
                  children regardless of their ability, race, creed, sex, or social standing.

        3.        Confine his/her Board action to policy making, planning and appraisal,
                  and help to frame policies and plans only after the Board has consulted
                  those who will be affected by them.

        4.        Carry out his/her responsibility not to administer the schools, but together
                  with fellow Board members, insure they are well run.

        5.        Recognize that authority rests with the Board of Education and make no
                  personal promises nor take any private action that may compromise the
                  Board.

        6.        Refuse to surrender his/her independent judgment to special interest or
                  partisan political groups or to use the schools for personal gain or for the
                  gain of friends.

        7.        Hold confidential all matters pertaining to the schools, which, if disclosed,
                  would needlessly injure individuals, or the schools. In all other matters,
                  he/she will provide accurate information and, in concert with fellow Board


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               members, interpret to the staff the aspirations of the community for its
               school.

        8.     Vote to appoint the best-qualified personnel available after consideration
               of the recommendation of the chief administrative officer.

        9.     Support and protect school personnel in proper performance of their
               duties.

        10.    Refer all complaints to the chief administrative officer and act on the
               complaints at public meetings only after failure of an administrative
               solution.

        11.    No Board member shall participate in any way in the employment,
               appointment, terms and conditions of employment, performance
               evaluation of or promotion of his/her family member.

        12.    No Board member shall use, attempt to use, or allow to be used any
               property owned or leased by the school district for the purpose of securing
               financial gain for the Board member, a family member, a political
               organization, or a business in which the Board member or a family
               member has an interest or which employs or provides compensation to the
               Board member or family member.

 Each Board member is required to sign an acknowledgment that he/she received a copy,
 read and will become familiar with the Code of Ethics for School Board Members
 contained within N.J.S.A. 18A:12-21 et seq. The Business Administrator/Board
 Secretary will provide each Board member with a copy of the Code of Ethics and the
 required acknowledgement on an annual basis and will maintain the original signed
 acknowledgment(s) in the Business Administrator/Board Secretary’s office.

 The Board will receive a copy of and discuss the School Ethics Act and the Code of
 Ethics for School Board Members, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 12-21 et seq., at a regular
 scheduled public meeting each year. The discussion may include presentations by school
 administrative staff, the Board attorney, Board members and/or other professionals
 familiar with the School Ethics Act and the Code of Ethics. In addition, the Business
 Administrator/Board Secretary and/or Superintendent will keep the Board informed of
 decisions by the School Ethics Commission, Commissioner of Education, State Board of
 Education and courts.



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 Oath of Office

 Each Board member shall, before entering upon the duties of the office, swear or affirm
 under oath that he/she qualifies for membership and will faithfully discharge the duties of
 the office of Board member.


 N.J.S.A. 18A:12-1; 18A:12-1.1; 18A:12-2; 18A:12-2.1;
          18A:12-21 through 18A:12-34
 N.J.S.A. 41:1-3
 School Ethics Commission Policy Guideline 1.


 Adopted: 15 October 2009
 Revised:




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Title:                               Comprehensive Maintenance Plan and M1 Form

Subject:                             Approval of Three-Year Comprehensive Maintenance Plan

Recommended Action:                  "that the Board approve the Three-Year Comprehensive Maintenance Plan for
                                     the period July 1, 2010 through, as per the attached."

Summary:
Agenda Item Number:
Start Time:


ATTACHMENTS:
Name:                              Description:                                                Type:
   Comprehensive_Maintenance_Plan-
                                   Comprehensive Maintenance Plan and M-1                      Cover Memo
2011-2013_and_M-1_-_10.15.11.pdf




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                                                                                                                                  S-12-02         Form M-l
                                                           Annual Maintenance
                                                         Budget Amount Worksheet
                                                           Per N.J.A.C. 6A:26A
County                               1Passaic                          Current Area Cost Allowance per SF                                    1$     143.00 1
District Name                        1Wayne                            District contact name                                 IJuanita A. Petty
District Number                      15570                             District contact phone                                1973-633-3006
Filing Date                          IOctober 2011                     District contact e-mail                               1ioettvCa2wavneschools com
                        A                            B        C                       D                         E                   F               G

;:
                   "                                                                                 Prior Years Actual Min. Aiinual
                                                            Gross                                     & Current Year             Target       Anticipated
                                                School                      Buildinglleplacement
               School FacIHty Name                        Building,                                          Budgeted         Expenditure Budget for .FY
                                                Number                               Value
:�                                                       Area (GSF)                                  expenditure (See
                                                                                                         -
                                                                                                                                 for FY.._   -
                            "   ,
                                                                        u                                           Sheet)       12-13            12-13
Wayne VaHey                                      050       239,260     $                34,214,180   $          4,515,890 $ 68,428           $     477,379
Wayne Hills                                      055       229,860     $                32,869,980   $          4,337,325 $ 65,740           $     458,623
Albert P. Terhune                                078        40,295     $                 5,762,185   $            759,756 $ 11,524           $      80,398
George Washington                                083       109,220 .   $                15,618,460   $          2,062,311 $ 31,237           $     217,919
James Fallon                                     085        44,765     $                 6,401,395   $            843,971 $ 12,803           $      89,316
John F. Kennedy                                  087        43,530     $                 6,224,790   $            820,949 $ 12,450           $      86,852
Lafayett                                         090        38,850     $                 5,555,550   $            733,179 $ 11,111           $      77,515
Packnanack                                       110       49,195      $                 7,034,885   $            927,572 $ 14,070           $      98,155
Pines Lake                                       120       47,610      $                 6,808,230   $            898,143 $ 13,616           $      94,993
Randall Carter                                   135        36,070     $                 5,158,010   $            679,468 $ 10,316           $      71,968
Ryerson                                          140        46,715     $                 6,680,245   $            881,372 $ 13,360           $      93,207
Schuyler-Colfax                                  145       121,395     $                17,359,485   $          2,292,099 $ 34,719           $     242,211
Theunis Dey                                      150        43,360     $                 6,200,480   $            817,984 $ 12,401           $      86,513
Wayne Board Offices                              999        20,459     $                 2,925,637   $            361,225 $        5,851     $      40,820
Anthoy Wayne                                     065       101,500     $                14,514,500   $            840,610 $ 29,029           $     202,516
Preakness                                        N02       25,130      $                 3,593,590   $            208,125 $        7,187     $      50 140
                                                                        $                        -   $                  - $            -
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                  District Total                          1,237,214    $               176,921,602   $         21,979,979
     Min. Rl�CJuired amount for FY   I 12-13                                                                            .... $   353,843
 Anticipated Budeet amount for FY    , 12-13                                '   ..                                      ... 1,",- II          $   2 468 525
                                                         Max. Maintenance Reserve Amount         (4% of column D)                            $ 7,076,864
Prepared by:                                             Current District Maintenance Reserve Amount                                         $            -
District School Business Administrator                                                                                              Date       10/15/2011




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                                                                                            Detailed Actual Expenditures by Year by Building Worksheet
District Name                     IWavne TownshlD                                                                                                                    District Number                                                                   5570
                                                                                                                  Actual Expenditure by Building
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                                                                   Actual                   Actual              Actual                  Actual           Actual           Actual           Actual          Actual                 Budgeted
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Wayne Valley                           050        239,260      $    423,801         $            486,910   $     551,902            $    433,839    $      482,152   $      436,935   $      295,953   $        332,639       $     404,701       $   4,515,890
Wayne Hills                            055        229,860      $    407,151         $            466,622   $     530,219            $    416,795    $      463,210   $      419,770   $      284,326   $        319,570       $     388,802       $   4,337,325
A1bertP.Terhune                        078         40 295      $     71,375         $             81,152   $      92,949            $     73,065    $       81,202   $       73,587   $       49,843   $         56,021       $      68,158       $     759,756
GeOrile Washington                     083        109,220      $    193,461         $            223,167   $     251,938            $    198 044    $      220,Q98   $      199,457   $      135,100   $        151,846       $     184,742       $   2,062,311
James Fallon                           085         44,765      $     79,292         $             90,169   $     103,260            $     81,170    $       90,210   $       81,750   $       55,372   $         62,236       $      75,719       $     843,971
John   F. Kennedy                      087         43,530      $     77,105         $             87,914   $     100,411            $     78,931    $       87,721   $       79,494   $       53,845   $         60,519       $      73,630       $     820,949
lafaYette                              090         38,850      $     68,815         $             78,897   $      89,615            $     70,445    $       78,290   $       70,948   $       48,056   $         54,012       $      65,714       $     733,179
Packnanack                             110         49,195      $     87,139         $             99,185   $     113,478            $     89,203    $       99,137   $       89,840   $       60,852   $         68,395       $      83,212       $     927,572
Pines Lake                             120         47 610      $     84,332         $             96,391   $     109,822            $     86,329    $       95,943   $       86,945   $       58,891   $         66,191       $      80,531       $     898,143
Randall Carter                         135         36,070      $     63,891         $             72,135   $      83,203            $     65,404    $       72,688   $       65,871   $       44,617   $         50,147       $      61,011       $     679,468
RYerson                                140         46,715      $     82,746         $             94,677   $     107,758            $     84,706    $       94,139   $       85,310   $       57,784   $         64,947       $      79,017       $     881,372
SchuY1er-Colfax                        145        121,395      $    215,027         $            247,963   $     280,022            $    220,120    $      244,633   $      221,691   $      150,160   $        168,773       $     205,336       $   2,292,099
Theunis Dey                            150         43,360      $     76,804         $             87,914   $     100,019            $     78,623    $       87,378   $       79,184   $       53,634   $         60,283       $      73,342       $     817,984
Wayne Board Offices                    999         20 459      $     36,239         $             41,118   $      47,192            $     37,097    $       41,228   $       37,363   $       25,307   $         28,444       $      34,606       $     361,225
Anthoy Wayne                           065        101,500                                                                           $    184,045    $      204,541   $      185,359   $      125,551   $        141,114       $     171,684       $     840,610
Preakness                              N02         25,130                                                                           $     45,569    $       50,641   $       45,892   $       31,085   $         34,938       $      42,507       $     208,125
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        District Total                           1,237,214     $   1,967,178        $       2,254,214      $    2,561,788           $   2,243,385   $    2,493,211   $    2,259,396   $    1,530,376   $    1,720,075         $    2,09  2��                  9....
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 WAYNE BOARD OF EDUCATION

THREE-YEAR COMPREHENSIVE MAINTENANCE PLAN                  (2011)

           JULY 1, 2010    -   JUNE 30, 2013



   MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS


                WAYNE BOARD OF EDUCATION
              DEPARTMENT OF BUILDING SERVICES
                      50 NELLIS DRIVE
                      WAYNE, NJ 07470
                        (973) 633-3053




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                                                        INTRODUCTION




This Three-Year Comprehensive Maintenance Plan covers the period of July 1,2010 through June 30,2013 for the Wayne Public
Schools, Wayne Board of Education,Wayne,New Jersey. This is a K-12 school district which owns and operates 14 schools in this
suburban community.

The Wayne Board of Education is a progressive district with a strong maintenance plan for its facilities. This progressive attitude
leads to well maintained schools capable of efficient,effective and safe operation.

This Comprehensive Maintenance Plan has been developed based on the reporting requirements from the New Jersey Department of
Education and the New Jersey Administrative Code governing Comprehensive Maintenance Plans. This school district meets all
maintenance requirements as set forth in the New Jersey Administrative Code 6A:26A.

The Comprehensive Maintenance Plan describes the applicable types of required maintenance activities with regard to 14 major
building systems including:

                      Electrical Systems                                   Lighting Systems
                      Emergency Power Systems                              Plumbing Systems
                      HVAC Systems                                         Heating Systems (Boilers)
                      Roof Systems                                         Windows & Doors
                      Walls, Floors & Ceilings                             Elevators & Lifts
                      Communication,Security & Fire Systems                Building Structure & Codes
                      Athletic Facilities & Playgrounds                    Site Improvement Systems

A complete and detailed description of the applicable types of required maintenance activities for each of the 14 major building
systems is included on the following two pages.




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    BUILDING SYSTEMS TITLE                                    DESCRIPTION                                       I
                                                                                                                I
                                Repairs or replacement to all electrical equipment, which includes but is       I
1) ELECT�CAL SYSTEMS            not limited to: circuit breakers, wire devices, electrical panels, switches,
                                                                                                                I
                                outlets, power poles and wire molding.
                                Repairs or replacement to interior and exterior electrical lighting, fixtures, I
2) LIGHTING SYSTEMS             switches, lenses, sensors, timers, lighting poles, emergency and exit
                                                                                                                I
                                Ilghting.
                                Inspection, testing, service and repair or replacement of components for
3) EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEMS      emergency generators, compressors, tanks, fuel lines, tank containment
                                and wiring.
                                Includes domestic cold and hot water supply and distribution systems,
                                water heaters, water tanks, plumbing fixtures, sanitary piping, materials,
                                equipment, storm water piping and materials. Inspect, repair, replace and
                                service valves, seals, joints, filters, boosters, pumps, insulation, flush
                                tanks, piping, gauges, thermostats, controls, fixtures, water fountains,
4) PLUMBING SYSTEMS
                                coolers, lab and cooking gas piping, toilet accessories and partitions.
                                Inspect, repair, service and replace sewage ejection or other pumps,
                                sanitary piping, grease traps and chemical treatment of sanitary plumbing.
                                 Inspect, repair or replace as needed storm water systems including catch
                                basins and underground piping.
                                Includes heating, cooling, exhaust ventilation and control systems.
                                Inspect, repair or replace ductwork, coils, thermostats, valves, fans,
5) HVAC SYSTEMS                 motors, filters, grilles, louvers, fan covers, belts, blades, lubrication,
                                components, piping and control wiring for pneumatics, electronic and DOC
                                controls.
                                 Inspect and repair piping or insulation. Repair or replace boiler
                                components including thermostats, valves, seals, burners, controls, fire
6) HEATING SYSTEMS (BOILERS)    tubes, refractory, doors, baffle tiles, motors, linkages, adapters, regulators,
                                diffusers, anchors, coil plates, hand holes, sight glass, etc. Includes
                                chemical and water treatment of boiler systems. Perform annual,
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                                �
                                -
                                  _Ieaning, service-,--dr�inir}g and inspection. Contract Maintenance.

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I                                       Inspect and repair roofing materials and make repairs to flashings, drains,
    7) ROOF SYSTEMS                     overhangs and skylights to maintain warranties and/or repair roofs.
                                        Contract and Warranty_ Maintenance.
                                        Inspect, repair or replace as needed window glass, glazing, frames, sash,
    8) WINDOWS & DOORS                  caulk, weather stripping, balancing, leveling adjustments, doors, door
                                        hardware, handles, locks, keys, and mechanisms.
                                        Repair and replace interior and exterior walls, interior floors and ceilings,
                                        stairs and stair finishes, pointing, waterproofing, patching, sealing,
                                        brickwork, prepare and paint walls, patch plaster or drywall; repair
    9) WALLS, FLOORS & CEILINGS         moveable partitions, check and replace stair treads, repair or replace
                                        railings, floorboards; repair or replace ceramic, terrazzo, vinyl and other
                                        floor tile materials; refinish gym floors; paint, patch, plaster and repair
                                        ceilings, replace individualized ceiling tiles and ceiling grid work.
                                        Inspect, adjust repair and replace motors, door operations, relays, flooring,
    10) ELEVATORS & LIFTS               and lighting. Perform monthly service and inspection. Contract
                                        Maintenance.
                                         Inspect, test, service and repair or replace components as needed.
                                         Includes security monitOring and fire alarm monitoring services from
    11) COMMUNICATION,SECURITY & FIRE   central station, PAllntercom Systems, Master Clocks, fire inspection            I
    SYSTEMS                             services, fire sprinkler and suppression systems. Repair or replace             I
                                        broken sprinkler heads, sprinkler lines, valves, fire department
                                        connections, control devices and gauges.
                                        Repair or replacement of features necessary for pupil, employee or visitor
                                        health & safety. Includes inspections and fees for compliance with
    12) BUILDING STRUCTURE & CODES
                                        federal, state and local standards; includes ADA features and/or
                                        upgrades.
                                        Repair or replace localized equipment required to implement Core
    13) ATHLETIC FACILITIES &
                                        Curriculum Content Standards. Inspection and repair of athletic
    PLAYGROUNDS
                                        equipment, gymnasium equipment and playground equipment.
                                         Inspect, repair or replace parking, driveways, walkways, directional
    14) SITE IMPROVEMENT SYSTEMS        signage, landscaping, bicycle racks, site signage, irrigation systems,
                                        fences, gates, or other site improvements.         -   _.   ---   -




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        REQUIRED MAiNTAINENCE $$$ BY CMP BUILDING SYSTEM
                     2010 - 2011 EXPENDITURES

                                                                            ,

                                        PERCENTAGE             2010-2011

           CMP BUILDING SYSTEMS         BY BLDG SYS          EXPENDITURES

1) ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS                      7.11%               $122,297

2) LIGHTING SYSTEMS                        6.04%               $103,893

3) EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEMS                 4.14%                $71,211

4) PLUMBING SYSTEMS                        8.24%               $141,734

5) HVAC SYSTEMS                           11.78%               $202,625

6) HEATING SYSTEMS_(BOILERSl              11.38%               $195,745

7) ROOF SYSTEMS                            4.53%                $77,919

8) WINDOWS & DOORS                         6.57%               $113,009

9) WALLS, FLOORS, CEILINGS                13.96%               $240,122

10) ELEVATORS & LIFTS                      1.28%                $22,017

11) COMMUNICATIONS, SECURITY & FIRE       12.06%               $207,441

12) BUILDING STRUCTURE & CODES             2.87%                $49,366

13) ATHLETIC FACILITIES & PLAYGROUNDS      2.44%                $41,970

14) SITE IMPROVEMENT SYSTEMS               7.60%               $130,726

                  TOTALS                  100.00%              $1,720,075


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  REQUIRED MAINTENANCE COSTS BY LOCATION
                     2010 - 2011 EXPENDITURES




   Schools/Buildinas         SQ/FT      % ofSQ/FT                 2010-2011

Board Office - Admin Bldg    20,459       1.65%                    $28,444
Preakness School             25,130       2.03%                    $34,938
Randall Carter ES            36,070       2.92%                    $50,147
Lafayette ES                 38,850       3.14%                    $54,012
Albert Payson Terhune ES     40,295       3.26%                    $56,021
Theunis Dey ES               43,360       3.50%                    $60,283
John F. Kennedy ES           43,530       3.52%                    $60,519
James Fallon ES              44,765       3.62%                    $62,236
Ryerson ES                   46,715       3.78%                    $64,947
Pines Lake ES                47,610       3.85%                    $66,191
Packanack ES                 49,195       3.98%                    $68,395
Anthony Wayne MS             101,500      8.20%                   $141,114
George Washington MS         109,220      8.83%                   $151,846
Schuyler Colfax MS           121,395      9.81%                   $168,773
Wayne Hills HS               229,860     18.58%                   $319,570
Wayne Valley HS              239,260     19.34%                   $332,639

          Totals            1,237,214   100.00%
                                         �--   --    -
                                                              $1,720,075
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    REQUIRED MAINTENANCE COSTS BY LOCATION
              2011 - 2012 Original Budget

                                                            2011·2012 Reg Maint
,
    Schools/Bulldinas        SQ/FT      % ofSQ/FT             Original Budget       I
                                                                                  - !

Board Office - Admin Bldg    20,459       1.65%                    $34,606          I
Preakness School             25,130       2.03%                    $42,507          I
Randall Carter ES            36,070       2.92%                    $61,011
Lafayette ES                 38,850       3.14%                    $65,714          i
Albert Payson Terhune ES     40,295       3.26%                    $68,158
Theunis De1 ES               43,360       3.50%                    $73,342
John F. Kennedy ES           43,530       3.52%                    $73,630
James Fallon ES              44,765       3.62%                    $75,719
Ryerson ES                   46,715       3.78%                    $79,017
Pines Lake ES                47,610       3.85%                    $80,531
Packanack ES                 49,195       3.98%                    $83,212
Anthony Wayne MS             101,500      8.20%                    $171,684
George Washington MS         109,220      8.83%                    $184,742
Schuyler Colfax MS           121,395      9.81%                    $205,336
Wayne Hills HS               229,860     18.58%                    $388,802
Wayne Valley HS              239,260     19.34%                    $404,701

         Totals             1,237,214   100.00%           _       $�,092,71�   -


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