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					               SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL
             BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING AGENDA
           MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2012 7:00 PM SCHOOL
                        AUDITORIUM

I.      Call the meeting to order

II.     Pledge of Allegiance

III.    Approval of the Minutes of the Board Meetings
              A. January 26, 2012
              B. January 30, 2012
              C. February 15, 2012

IV.     Public Participation

V.      Financial Reports
               A. Approval of Warrants #12 Cap # 13
               B. Treasurer's Report
               C. Extra-Curricular Report

VI.     Superintendent's Report
               A. Various Communications
               B. Sectional Basketball Schedule

VII.    Board Discussion and Action Items
              A. Approval of CSE/504/CPSE recommendations
              B. Appointments
                      1. certified substitute teacher
              C. Accept Support Staff MOU
              D. Extra Curricular Stipends
              E. Anti Bullying District Policy
              F. Agenda Preparation and Dissemination Policy
              G. Bus proposal
              H. Consideration of letters of possible staff reduction

VIII.   Budget Workshop Session
              A. Budget Draft
              B. Budget Discussions

XI.     Public Participation

XII.    Executive Session (if needed and called)

XIQ.     Adjournment
              SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                                                          if*
                      BOARD OF EDUCATION
                   REGULAR & BUDGET MEETING
                          School Auditorium
                            January 26,2012

BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT:                                             OTHERS
John Armstrong        PRESENT:
Peter Veverka Tina                             Supt. Finnerty                         Fran Mahler
Armstrong Diane                                Danielle Fosella                       Deb Schilling
Tyrrell Ellen Garland                          Kathleen Gallagher                     Jordan Taylor
                                               Laura Corey                            Cookie Barker
                                               Linda Lowe         Ian Lowe
                                               Will Lowe          Mike Banewicz
BOARD CLERK
Lisa DeZalia


MEETING          President John Armstrong called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm

TO ORDER

                 Those present pledged allegiance to the flag.

PREVIOUS         A motion was made by Tina Armstrong, second by Diane Tyrrell,
MINUTES          to accept minutes of December 19, 2011 and December 22, 2011
                 as presented
                 All Board Members voted Yes-5 No- 0 motion carried.


SENIOR             Ms. Corey was on hand to answer questions regarding the trip
TRIP               proposal to Washington DC. Mrs. Armstrong asked if all students
DISCUSSION         had earned enough money to cover the cost of the trip. Ms. Corey
                   reported that not all students had participated in fund raising
                   although all students were given the opportunity. A motion was
                   made by Tina Armstrong, second by Ellen Garland to approve the
                   Senior Trip for the dates of June 7- June 11, 2012 . All Board
                   members voted Yes- 5 No-0 motion carried


PUBLIC            Fran Mahler asked that more attention be given to the sidewalks
PARTICIPATION      as they are ice covered and very slippery.


TREASURER'S         A motion was made by Peter Veverka, second by Diane Tyrrell
REPORT            to accept the Treasurer's Report for December dated 12/30/11 as
                 presented. All Board Members voted Yes-5 No- 0 motion
                 carried.
CERTIFICATION A motion was made by Tina Armstrong, second by Diane Tyrrell OF
WARRANT           to approve Warrant #10 dated 12/30/11 & # 11 dated 1/20/12 as
presented. All Board Members voted Yes-5 No-0 motion carried

EXTRA             A motion was made by Ellen Garland, second by Diane Tyrrell
CURRICULAR        to accept the Extra Curricular Report dated 12/31/11. All
REPORT            Board members voted Yes-5 No-0 motion carried.


SUPT         Mrs. Finnerty was pleased to report that our building project
REPORT         was recognized as an Outstanding Project by the Learning by
             Design Magazine.

2012-2013   A draft 2012-2013 school calendar was presented. There will
SCHOOL      be further discussion as April break of 2013 may need to be moved
CALENDAR to accommodate NY state testing dates. Mrs. Finnerty will get the
DISCUSSED calendar to the Board as soon as these dates are confirmed.

NAVAGATION          Mrs. Finnerty presented a Power Point presentation as
MANDATED &          background knowledge explaining NYSED regulations and
NON MANDATED        laws to determine mandated and non mandated programs. She
PROGAMMING          pointed out that this is in no way a recommendation at this time,
                    however, it is important information as we begin the develop
                    the 2012- 2013 school budget.


CSE/CPSE       A motion was made by Ellen Garland, second by Peter Veverka to
RECS         accept the 504/CSE/CPSE recommendations as presented for #20106
             #2705, #1407, #20121P
             All Board members voted Yes-5 No-0 motion carried

EXECUTIVE      A motion was made by John Armstrong, second by Diane Tyrrell to go
SESSION        into executive session at 7:55 pm for personnel and contract issues. All
               Board members Voted Yes- 5         No-0 Motion carried

EXECUTIVE         A motion was made by Tina Armstrong, second by Peter Veverka
SESSION           to move out of executive session at 8:25 pm.
                  All Board members voted Yes -5 No-0 Motion Carried

BOARD         Upon the recommendation of Supt. Finnerty, a motion was made by
APPOINTS        Diane Tyrrell, second by Tina Armstrong to conditionally
appoint SUBSTITUTE Jan Hogan as a non certified substitute teacher.
              All Board members voted Yes-5 No-0 motion carried

BOARD          Upon the recommendation of Supt. Finnerty, a motion was made by
APPOINTS           Tina Armstrong, second by Ellen Garland to conditionally appoint
SUBSTITUTE       Mallory Moses as a substitute cafeteria aide
                 All Board members voted Yes-5 No-0 motion carried

              CONDITIONAL/ PROBATIONARY APPOINTMENT

   Be it RESOLVED, that the Board of Education of the Schroon Lake Central
School District hereby conditionally appoints Mallory Moses to the position of
substitute cafeteria aide as of January 27,2012.
   Be it further RESOLVED that this appointment is made on a conditional basis, and
subject to receipt of both a statement from Ms. Moses regarding criminal convictions
or pending criminal charges and the receipt of a criminal background clearance from
the Commissioner of Education. Ms. Moses continued employment is specifically
contingent upon the District's receipt of notice, from the Commissioner of
Education, that s/he is fully cleared for employment.

BOARD         Upon the recommendation of Supt. Finnerty, a motion was made by
APPOINTS         Peter Veverka, second by Diane Tyrrell to conditionally appoint
SUBSTITUTE John Huston as a substitute teachers aide and custodial substitute.
All Board members voted Yes-5 No-0 motion carried


         CONDITIONAL/ PROBATIONARY APPOINTMENT

   Be it RESOLVED, that the Board of Education of the Schroon Lake Central
School District hereby conditionally appoints John Huston to the position of
substitute teacher's aide and custodial substitute effective January 27, 2012.
   Be it further RESOLVED that this appointment is made on a conditional basis, and
subject to receipt of both a statement from Mr. Huston regarding criminal convictions
or pending criminal charges and the receipt of a criminal background clearance from
the Commissioner of Education. Mr. Huston continued employment is specifically
contingent upon the District's receipt of notice, from the Commissioner of Education,
that s/he is fully cleared for employment.

MUSICAL               Upon the recommendation of Supt. Finnerty, a motion was
APPOINTMENT            made by Tina Armstrong, second by Ellen Garland to
appoint
                      Tony Kostecki as the musical accompanist for the upcoming
                      spring musical. The stipend for this position is $887.00 All
                      Board members voted Yes- 5 No-0 motion carried.

MUSICAL               The Board discussed Mr. Banewicz's request to resurrect
PROGRAMS              the Marching Band and Jazz ensemble programs. Although
                      they would love to see both programs reinstated, they would like
                      to put both programs on hold until fall to see how this year's
                      budget would effect either program.
STAFF              A motion was made by Ellen Garland, second by Diane
COMPLAINTS &       Garland to adopt the Staff Complaint & Grievance Policy
GRIEVANCE          after completing the second read. All Board members
POLICY             voted Yes- 5 No-0 motion carried
2nd READ

DISTRICT          The District Building Policy was reviewed by the Board.
BUILDING USE      Release time during the school day is in violation of the current
POLICY            policy. Religious Instruction may take place within the building
REVIEWED          after the school day has ended.

BUDGET             At this time, there is limited information available to begin the
WORKSHOP           Budget process. A Budget meeting has been scheduled for
SCHEDULED          February 15th

PUBLIC             There were no additional comments for Public Participation.
PARTICIPATION



EXECUTIVE      A motion was made by Ellen Garland, second by Diane Tyrrell to go into
SESSION       executive session at 9:05 pm for personnel and contract issues. All Board
              members Voted Yes- 5 No-0 Motion carried

GRIEVANCE           All Board members have reviewed and acknowledged the
HEARING             grievance filed on January 20,2012.

EXECUTIVE        A motion was made by Tina Armstrong, second by Peter Veverka
SESSION          to move out of executive session at 10:25 pm.
                 All Board members voted Yes -5 No-0 Motion Carried



ADJOURNMENT A motion was made by John Armstrong, second by Diane Tyrrell to
            adjourn at 10:26 pm. All Board members voted Yes - 5 No-0
            Motion Carried




                                                 District Clerk
                SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
                        BOARD OF EDUCATION
                          SPECIAL MEETING
                            January 30, 2012                                        4
BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT:                         OTHERS PRESENT:
John Armstrong                                   Supt. Finnerty
Diane Tyrrell                                    Danielle Fosella
Tina Armstrong
Peter Veverka
Ellen Garland

BOARD CLERK
Lisa DeZalia


MEETING          President John Armstrong called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm

TO ORDER

                 Those present pledged allegiance to the flag.

                  All Board members signed the twenty four hour waiver of notice.


ADJOURNMENT A motion was made by Tina Armstrong, second by Peter Veverka to
             adjourn at 9:05 pm. No action taken All Board members voted
             Yes -5     No- 0 Motion Carried




                                                  District Clerk
                SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
                        BOARD OF EDUCATION                                             (i
                          BUDGET MEETING
                           February 15, 2012

BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT:                        OTHERS PRESENT:
John Armstrong                            Supt. Finnerty      Sharon Kelly
Diane Tyrrell                                            Danielle Fosella
Tina Armstrong                            Bob Claus      Fran Mahler
Peter Veverka                             Cookie Barker       Jane Claus
Ellen Garland                             Ian Lowe Jeff       Linda Lowe
                                          Jenks Dennis        Will Lowe
BOARD CLERK                               Root                Bruce Murdock
Lisa DeZalia                                                  Deb Root
                                          Natalie Royer- Loiselle


MEETING         President John Armstrong called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm
TO ORDER
                Those present pledged allegiance to the flag.

BUDGET              Superintendent Finnerty presented a power point titled
PRESENTATION        Tax Levy Limit Budgeting.
                   The Tax Levy Cap coupled with increased costs and declining
                   revenues presents the district with an educationally challenging
                   situation. The current funding model for education in New York
                   State has the potential to have a major negative impact on the
                   students of Schroon Lake. It is imperative that the
                   Administration, Staff and Community work together to be
                   creative in how the district delivers current programs, while
                   keeping in mind what is in the best interest of our students. The
                   entire power point will be placed on the school web site for
                   review.

PUBLIC             Teachers contract, mandate relief and fund balance were
PARTICIPATION      discussed. The teachers settled their contract with a 0% increase
                   for 2011-12, 2% for 2012-2013 and 2% for 2013-2014. Current
                   unfunded mandates include Common Core Curriculum APPR,
                   Assessment and bench mark assessments. The Board was asked
                   what is the date the teachers must be notified if their position
                   were to be reduced or eliminated? The date according to contract
                   is March 1st.

ROLL OVER         A rollover budget from 2011-12 to 2012 -2013 was presented In
BUDGET            the event the Board chose to go above the tax cap limit, they
                  would need to get 60% voter approval for the budget to pass.
                   Superintendent Finnerty will share the power point presentation As
                   well as the roll over budget with the faculty, and plan on
                   scheduling several community sessions over the next few weeks. It
                   is important to get the community involved and informed prior to
                   the vote on May 15, 2012.

PUBLIC             Mr. Claus understands the position the Board is in this year,
PARTICIPATION        however, he encouraged all members to give the community a
                   chance to approve a higher budget. Mrs. Clause thanked Supt.
                   Finnerty and Mrs. Fossela on an outstanding presentation. She also
                   encouraged the Board to set up an exit poll.

EXECUTIVE        A motion was made by Peter Veverka, second by Tina Armstrong
SESSION        to go into executive session at 8:45 pm for personnel
               All Board members Voted Yes- 5 No-0 Motion carried


EXECUTIVE        A motion was made by Diane Tyrrell, second by Tina Armstrong
SESSION          to move out of executive session at 9:30 pm.
                 All Board members voted Yes -5 No-0 Motion Carried

ADJOURNMENT A motion was made by Tina Armstrong, second by Peter Veverka to
             adjourn at 9:30 pm. No action taken All Board members voted
             Yes -5   No- 0 Motion Carried




                                                District Clerk
SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL TREASURERS
BANK RECONCILIATION REPORT CHECKING
ACCOUNT - SAVINGS ACCOUNT(s) 1 MULTI-FUND
CHECKING ACCOUNT MONTH ENDING: January
2012


BALANCE AS SHOWN BY BANK STATEMENT:                                      4,869,334.49

DEPOSITS OUTSTANDING & CREDITS NOT
REFLECTED ON STATEMENT:

          123.55      128.00

TOTAL DEPOSITS OUTSTANDING & CREDITS                                           251.55

SUBTOTAL                                                                 4,869,586.04

TOTAL OUTSTANDING CHECKS                                                   129,840.27

OTHER DEBITS:

         1,631.84    993.86

TOTAL DEBITS                                                                 2,625.70

TOTAL OUTSTANDING CHECKS & DEBITS:                                         132,465.97

BALANCE ON HAND AT END OF MONTH                                          4,737,120.07


CHECKING ACCOUNTS:
T201                 CASH IN TIME DEPOSITS     110,640.28
A200                 CASH                    4,079,500.89
T200                 CASH IN CHECKING           30,704.53
A201                 CASH IN TIME DEPOSIT      497,791.45
C200                 CASH                       -2,377.58
F200                 CASH                       20,860.50
       TOTAL CHECKING ACCOUNTS:                                          4,737,120.07

OTHER CASH ACCOUNTS:
    TOTAL OTHER CASH ACCOUNTS:                                                   0.00


INVESTMENTS:




                                                            Treasurer:
SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL                                                 ..................
OUTSTANDING CHECK LISTING
  Checking Account: 1 MULTI-FUND CHECKING ACCOUNT        Month Ending: 01/31/2012
Printed: 2/23/2012

Number   Date          Ven No.                      Check Name                                   Amount
14165    09/30/2011   003884     NYSAWA                                                                 50.00
14433    12/30/2011   003519     ADVANCE FOOD COMPANY                                                  106.84
14441    12/30/2011   001970     CASMA                                                                 100.00
14455    12/30/2011   003002     LEARNING ALLY                                                         400.00
14456    12/30/2011   001080     M.A.JERRY & COMPANY INC.                                              877.75
14459    12/30/2011   001025     NYS ASSOC. SCHOOL BUSINESS OFFICIAL                                   224.81
14470    12/30/2011   003609     JEFF LECKRONE                                                         250.00
14471    12/30/2011   003542     KEN LADEAU                                                             86.00
14474    12/30/2011   001542     GARY MCGINN                                                           111.83
14476    12/30/2011   002886     GLENN L RUSSELL                                                        73.95
14479    12/30/2011   001416     STEVE STAHL                                                           225.35
14481    12/30/2011   001461     SAFEGAURD                                                              94.63
14483    12/30/2011   003459     SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY, INC.                                              85.41
14491    12/30/2011   003821     TIME FOR KIDS                                                          59.62
14498    12/30/2011   001027     SCHROON LAKE WATER DISTRICT                                         4,726.62
14500    12/30/2011   002005     ADIRONDACK MUSEUM                                                     250.00
14510    12/30/2011   001503     GWEN GILLINGS SMITH                                                   578.40
14514    12/30/2011   003024     DAVID MJENKS                                                          578.40
14519    12/30/2011   003090     BETTY L. ORGANEK                                                      578.40
14520    12/30/2011   001261     JENNIFER PARKER                                                       577.00
14522    12/30/2011   003536     BERNARD J. PERKINS                                                    578.40
14524    12/30/2011   002384     LILLIAN RICHARDSON                                                    578.40
14525    12/30/2011   001777     AMOS SPEZIALI                                                         578.40
14526    12/30/2011   001196     JEANETTE STAPLEY                                                      692.40
14527    12/30/2011   002146     JOHN STAPLEY                                                          692.40
14528    12/30/2011   001041     NORMA D. STOWELL                                                      578.40
 14532   12/30/2011   002298     JEAN WILLIFORD                                                      1,156.80
 14534   12/30/2011   003717     BAST HATFIELD INC.                                                  8,931.00
 14535   01/27/2012   003258     AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY                                               240.00
 14536   01/31/2012   001162     INTERNATIONAL PAPER CO.                                             1,046.20
 14537   01/31/2012   001299     NYS TEACHERS RETIREMENT SYSTEM                                      1,638.00
 14538   01/31/2012   001987     NYSUT BENEFIT TRUST                                                 1,395.71
 14539   01/31/2012   001696     VOTE/COPE                                                              59.62
 14540   01/31/2012   003335     SUSAN GRAVELLE PETERS, P.T.                                           720.00
 14541   01/31/2012   003816     TIMOTHY MAHLER                                                        200.00
 14542   01/31/2012   003904     LANCE C. PARADIS                                                      500.00
 14543   01/31/2012   001014     GRAND UNION FAMILY MARKET                                             107.95
 14544   01/31/2012   002422     ADIRONDACK AUTO SERVICES INC.                                          15.80

                                                                                                                v 1.4 OutstandingCheckList
Number Date         Ven No.                     Check Name           Amount
 14545 01/31/2012   003897    ADIRONDACK ENERGY                         20,363.02
 14546 01/31/2012   001160    ADVANCE PIERRE FOODS                           106.84
 14547 01/31/2012   001742    ADIRONDEX INC                                   79.84
 14548 01/31/2012   001280    INFO-MATIC INC.                            4,390.00
 14549 01/31/2012   001022     TREASURER, CHAMPLAIN VALLEY ED.SERV       4,925.07
 14550 01/31/2012   001022     TREASURER, CHAMPLAIN VALLEY ED.SERV      37,202.75
 14551 01/31/2012   001006    BIMBO FOODS, INC.                             234.65
 14552 01/31/2012   002984    BYRNE DAIRY                                 1,031.10
 14553 01/31/2012   001077    BUS PARTS WAREHOUSE                             55.81
 14554 01/31/2012   001573    BUCK PAPER COMPANY                            308.39
 14555 01/31/2012   003574    CASELLA WASTE SERVICES                        400.00
 14556 01/31/2012   002796    CHESTERTOWN AUTO & TRUCK SUP.INC.               28.47
 14557 01/31/2012   003558    CVR COMPUTER SUPPLIES                         149.00
 14558 01/31/2012   002833    GIRVIN & FERLAZZO, P.C.                         98.00
 14559 01/31/2012   001246    GREAT NORTHERN                                107.32
 14560 01/31/2012   001094     GREEN MOUNTAIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY INC.          187.25
 14561 01/31/2012   001156    GRIFFITH OIL CO.                           2,588.68
 14562 01/31/2012   001377    GUNNISON ORCHARD                              34.00
 14563 01/31/2012   003518    HUFF ICE CREAM                              235.68
 14564 01/31/2012   001078    LAWSON PRODUCTS INC.                        686.82
 14565 01/31/2012   001079    LEONARD BUS SALES INC.                      1,144.71
 14566 01/31/2012   002731    LOREMAN'S SALES CENTER                      258.95
 14567 01/31/2012   001782    NEW YORK FIRE & SECURITY                    199.00
 14568 01/31/2012   002916    PREMIER COACH COMPANY INC.                  150.00
 14569 01/31/2012   001719    PERMA BOUND BOOKS
                                                                              31.40
 14570 01/31/2012   003794    PEARSON CUSTOMER SERVICE                   2,987.00
 14571 01/31/2012   003251    DAVID ALLEN
                                                                              86.00
 14572 01/31/2012   003155    JAMES E. BENTON
                                                                             61.65
 14573 01/31/2012   003156    GERALD BUBNIAK
                                                                            168.05
 14574 01/31/2012   002238    RICK CARPENTER
                                                                            104.45
 14575 01/31/2012   001505    THOMAS F. EDWARDS
                                                                            288.75
 14576 01/31/2012   001060    BRUCE FASSETT
                                                                            106.50
 14577 01/31/2012   001481    TIM HANSON
                                                                            184.50
 14578 01/31/2012   003825    JASON HUGHES
                                                                            355.50
 14579 01/31/2012   003609    JEFF LECKRONE
                                                                            266.50
 14580 01/31/2012   003905    DANIEL E LYNN
                                                                            209.20
 14581 01/31/2012   003663    TOM OLCOTT
                                                                              73.95
 14582 01/31/2012   001814    JOHN RATHBURN
                                                                            303.30
 14583 01/31/2012   002886    GLENN L RUSSELL
                                                                              69.85
 14584 01/31/2012   003903    SAMUAL SHERMAN
                                                                            182.15
 14585 01/31/2012   001416    STEVE STAHL
                                                                            172.00
 14586 01/31/2012   003608    BRENDAN SMITH
                                                                            104.45
 14587 01/31/2012   001071    RICHARD SMITH
                                                                            125.00

                                                                                      v 1.4 OutstandingCheckList
Number Date         Ven No.                     Check Name          Amount
 14588 01/31/2012   001963    JASON STRIEBLE JILL S. TONEY                 129.00
 14589 01/31/2012   002787    DENNIS TROMBLEY ORKIN                        366.75
 14590 01/31/2012   002887    SARATOGA EAGLE SALES & SERVICES INC          100.35
 14591 01/31/2012   002813    RICH PRODUCTS CORPORATION                  3,387.97
 14592 01/31/2012   003765    SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION TEAM OF           213.40
 14593 01/31/2012   003440    SCHOOL AND MUNICIPAL ECOWNY                   67.20
 14594 01/31/2012   002243    STAPLES SYSCO                              7,500.00
 14595 01/31/2012   003595    TAYLOR WELDING SUPPLY CO., INC.            2,330.87
 14596 01/31/2012   002300    USHERWOOD OFFICE TECHNOLOGY                1,611.65
 14597 01/31/2012   001315    WHITEMAN CHEVROLET INC. ZOLL               2,728.45
 14598 01/31/2012   001089    MEDICAL CORP. PETER OLESHESK                  13.29
 14599 01/31/2012   003894                                                 366.00
 14600 01/31/2012   001086                                                  90.90
 14601 01/31/2012   003133                                                 135.20
 14602 01/31/2012   003480                                                 209.20
                                                                       129,840.27




                                                                                    vl.4 OutstandingCheckList
SCHROON LAKE CSD
TREASURERS BANK RECONCILIATION REPORT
CONSOLIDATED PAYROLL
MONTH ENDING: JANUARY 2012
PRINTED: 2/23/2012

  BALANCE AS SHOWN BY BANK STATEMENT:

  DEPOSITS OUTSTANDING & CREDITS NOT
  REFLECTED ON STATEMENT:



          TOTAL DEPOSITS OUTSTANDING & CREDITS:



  OUTSTANDING CHECKS:                                        1,631.84
  OTHER DEBITS:



                                                     ___________0.00
                                     TOTAL DEBITS:
  BALANCE ON HAND AT END OF MONTH:




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                                           TREASURER
SCHROON LAKE CSD
OUTSTANDING CHECK LISTING
MONTH ENDING:        JANUARY
2012 DATED:   02/23/2012
       CHECK    CHECK              CHECK     EMPLOYEE
     NUMBER     DATE             AMOUNT      NAME
        11573   01/26/2012           63.95   ARMSTRONG, CATHY L
        11600   01/26/2012        1.428.46   GOULD, PRISCILLA
        11614   01/26/2012           75.48   KUHL, ANDREW J
        11636   01/26/2012           63.95   TYRRELL, TONYA M
TOTAL CHECK COUNT                        4
TOTAL OUTSTANDING CHECK AMOUNT   1,631.84




                                  Check Outstanding.rpt
SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL
TREASURERS BANK RECONCILIATION REPORT
CHECKING ACCOUNT - SAVINGS ACCOUNT(s)
CAPITAL PROJECT FUND MONTH ENDING:
January 2012


BALANCE AS SHOWN BY BANK STATEMENT:

DEPOSITS OUTSTANDING & CREDITS NOT
REFLECTED ON STATEMENT:


TOTAL DEPOSITS OUTSTANDING & CREDITS

SUBTOTAL

TOTAL OUTSTANDING CHECKS

OTHER DEBITS:


TOTAL DEBITS

TOTAL OUTSTANDING CHECKS & DEBITS:

BALANCE ON HAND AT END OF MONTH


CHECKING ACCOUNTS:
HC200              Cash
    TOTAL CHECKING ACCOUNTS:
OTHER CASH ACCOUNTS:
    TOTAL OTHER CASH ACCOUNTS:


INVESTMENTS:
 SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL
 OUTSTANDING CHECK LISTING
 Checking Account: CAPITAL PROJECT FUND    Month Ending: 01/31/2012
 Printed: 2/23/2012

Number Date        Ven No.                  Check Name                    Amount
 318    01/20/2012    003717   BAST HATFIELD INC.                             12,432.79
                                                                              12,432.79




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SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL CASH
RECEIPT SCHEDULE SN-14 ALL FUNDS
DATED 01-31-12

                                                                   General Ledger                            Subsidiary Ledger
 Receipt   Date      Type Received From Whom             Account                Debit     Credit Account                    Debit     Credit
 Number                   Description                    Code                                    Code
                          Account Code Description
      402 01-31-12      C LYNN PONTEZ                    C200                3,960.43
                          LUNCH, BREAKFAST TRANSMITTT
                          CASH
                          REVENUES                       C980                           3,935.25
                          DUE TO OTHER GOVERNMENTS       C631                              25.18
                          OTHER CAFETERIA SALES LUNCH                                              CI445                              353.55
                          OTHER CAFETERIA SALES BREAK                                              C14451                               0.50
                          ADULT SALES BREAKFAST & LUN                                              CI4450                             321.87
                          SALE OF REIMBURSABLE MEALS L                                             C1440                            2,897.90
                          SALE OF REIMBURSABLE MEAL B                                              C1441                              361.43
      403 01-04-12      C ESSEX COUNTY TREASURER         A200                 837.00
                          SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
                          CASH
                          REVENUES                       A980                            837.00
                          MISC REVENUE FROM OTHER DIS                                              A2389                             837.00
      404 01-04-12      C MR. ROBERT PETERSON            A200                  40.67
                          DENTAL INSURANCE
                          CASH
                          EXPENDITURES                   A522                             40.67
                          HOSPITAL.MEDICAL INSURANCE                                               A9060.8                            40.67
      405 01-04-12      C LEE SILVERNAIL                 A200                 240.00
                          COLLECTION BASKETBALL CANC
                          CASH
                          EXPENDITURES                   A522                            240.00
                          CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES                                                     A2855.4                           240.00
      406 01-04-12      C YEARBOOK CLUB                  A200                 101.00
                          ADMISSION TO BASKETBALL GAM
                          CASH
                          REVENUES                       A980                            101.00
                          ADMISSIONS                                                               AI410                             101.00
      407 01-11-12      C YEARBOOK CLUB                  A200                 184.00
                          BASKETBALL ADMISSION GAME
                          CASH
                          REVENUES                       A980                            184.00
                          ADMISSIONS                                                               A14I0                             184.00
      408 01-18-12      C YEARBOOK CLUB BASKETBALL       A200                  96.00
                          ADMISSION GAME CASH
                          REVENUES
                                                         A980                             96.00
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                                                                     General Ledger                              Subsidiary Ledger
 Receipt   Date      Type Received From Whom               Account                 Debit    Credit Account                      Debit    Credit
 Number                   Description                      Code                                    Code
                          Account Code Description
                          ADMISSIONS                                                                  A1410                               96.00
      409 01-20-12      C LAURA COREY                      A200                   118.43
                          CHEER CAMP SHIRTS PAID LOREM
                          CASH
                          EXPENDITURES                     A522                             118.43
                          MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES                                                       A2855.45                           118.43
      410 01-20-12      C YEARBOOK CLUB                    A200                   199.00
                          BASKETBALL ADMISSION GAME
                          CASH
                          REVENUES                         A980                             199.00
                          ADMISSIONS                                                                  A1410                              199.00
      411 01-06-12      C YEARBOOK CLUB                    A200                   330.00
                          BASKETBALL ADMISSION GAME
                          CASH
                          REVENUES                         A980                             330.00
                          ADMISSIONS                                                                  A14I0                              330.00
      412 01-09-12      C NYS LOCAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM      T200                    93.91
                          REFUND 3 % 12/31/2011 LYNN PON
                          CASH IN CHECKING NYS
                          EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SY          T214                              93.91
      413 01-20-12      C MR. DONALD MILLER HEALTH         A200                 1,015.46
                          INS. PREM. DUE CASH
                          EXPENDITURES
                          HOSPITAL.MEDICAL INSURANCE       A522                            1,015.46
                                                                                                      A9060.8                           1,015.46
      414 01-25-12     C ZURICH INS                        A200                   510.00
                         DISABILITY INS. LESTER ARMSTR
                         CASH
                         EXPENDITURES                      A522                             510.00
                         NON1NSTRUCTIONAL SALARIES                                                    A5510.16                           510.00
      415 01-26-12     C YEARBOOK CLUB                     A200                    58.00
                         BASKETBALL ADMISSION GAME
                         CASH
                         REVENUES                          A980                              58.00
                         ADMISSIONS                                                                   A1410                               58.00
      416 01-25-12     C YEARBOOK CLUB                     A200                   102.00
                         BASKETBALL ADMISSION GAME
                         CASH
                         REVENUES                          A980                             102.00
                         ADMISSIONS                                                                   AI410                              102.00
      417 01-31-12     C OHIAPYLE PRINTS, INC.             A200                    11.03
                         DONATION SHIRTS SOLD IN LOCA
                         CASH
                         EXPENDITURES                      A522                              11.03
                         MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES                                                        A2850.45                            11.03
PAGE 3 - CASH RECEIPT SCHEDULE 14 DATED 01-31-12
                                                                   General Ledger                               Subsidiary Ledger
 Receipt   Date      Type Received From Whom             Account                Debit       Credit Account                     Debit       Credit
 Number                   Description                    Code                                      Code
                          Account Code Description
      418 01-30-12      C LYNN PONTEZ REFUND             C200                  21.27
                          SUPPLIES CASH
                          APPROPRIATION
                          EXPENSE PURCHASED              C522                               21.27
                          FOODS                                                                      C2860.4I                              21.27
      419 01-31-12      C YEARBOOK CLUB                  A200                 128.00
                          BASKETBALL GAME ADMISSION
                          CASH
                          REVENUES                       A980                              128.00
                          ADMISSIONS                                                                 A1410                                128.00
      420 01-31-12      C NYS TREASURER                  A200             205,615.00
                          STAR AID RECEIVED
                          CASH
                          SCHOOL TAX RELIEF REIMBURSE                                                A1085                             205,615.00
                          REVENUES                       A980                           205,615.00
      421 01-13-12      C NYS TREASURER                  C200                5,837.00
                          FEDERAL LUNCH .BREAKFAST & S
                          CASH
                          REVENUES                       C980                             5,837.00
                          FEDERAL AID -SNACK PROGRAM                                                 C3190000                              204.00
                          FEDERAL AID - SCHOOL BREAKFA                                               C31902                              1,234.00
                          FEDERAL AID-SCHOOL LUNCH PR                                                C31901                              4,399.00
      422 01-13-12      C NYS TREASURER                  A200                4,279.05
                          LOTTERY AID
                          CASH
                          REVENUES                       A980                             4,279.05
                          VLT LOTTERY GRANT REVENUES                                                 A31020                              4,279.05
      423 01-13-12      C GLENS FALLS NATIONAL BANK      A200                1,130.43
                          INTEREST EARNED
                          CASH
                          REVENUES                       A980                             1,130.43
                          INTEREST AND EARNINGS                                                      A240I                               1,130.43
      424 01-31-12      C JP MORGAN CHASE INTEREST       T201                  24.82
                          EARNED IN SCHOLARS CASH IN
                          TIME DEPOSITS G.CLARK & G.
                          REEVES SCHOLARS OLIVER         T2921                                7.40
                          LESSARD SCHOLARSHIP EVELYN     T2922                               11.50
                          JAMES GREGORY SCHOL FRANCIS    T2923                                1.10
                          BOHRMANN SCHOLARS HELEN        T2924                                0.22
                          HICKEY KEPPLER SCHOLA          T2925                                4.60
                                                         TOTALS:          224,932.50    224,932.50                             0.00    224,788.59

TOTAL RECEIPT COUNT: 23
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SCHEDULE NUMBER- 14
GENERAL LEDGER                  ___________________________
Account Code           Account Name                              Debit       Credit
A200                   CASH                                 214,995.07
A522                   EXPENDITURES                                        1,935.59
A980                   REVENUES                                          213,059.48
C200                   CASH                                   9,818.70
C522                   APPROPRIATION EXPENSE                                  21.27
C631                   DUE TO OTHER GOVERNMENTS                               25.18
C980                   REVENUES                                            9,772.25
T200                   CASH IN CHECKING                          93.91
T201                   CASH IN TIME DEPOSITS                     24.82
T214                    NYS EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SY                           93.91
T2921                   G.CLARK & G. REEVES SCHOLARS                           7.40
T2922                  OLIVER LESSARD SCHOLARSHIP                             11.50
T2923                   EVELYN JAMES GREGORY SCHOL                             1.10
T2924                  FRANCIS BOHRMANN SCHOLARS                               0.22
T2925                   HELEN HICKEY KEPPLER SCHOLA                            4.60
Total for January 2012                                      224,932.50   224,932.50
Grand Total                                                 224,932.50   224,932.50
SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL
CASH RECEIPT SCHEDULE SN-13 ALL
FUNDS DATED 01-31-12

                                                               General Ledger                        Subsidiary Ledger
 Receipt   Date     Type Received From Whom          Account                Debit   Credit Account                  Debit   Credit
 Number                  Description                 Code                                  Code
                         Account Code Description
     401 01-31-12      C GLENS FALLS NATIONAL BANK   HC200                 62.72
                         INTEREST EARNED
                         Cash
                         Revenues                    HC980                          62.72
                         INTEREST AND EARNINGS                                              HC2401                          62.72
                                                     TOTALS:               62.72    62.72                           0.00    62.72

TOTAL RECEIPT COUNT:   1
PAGE 2 - CASH RECEIPT SCHEDULE 13 DATED 01-31-12
SCHEDULE NUMBER- 13
GENERAL LEDGER _______________________________________
Account Code           Account Name                      Debit   Credit
HC200                  Cash                              62.72
HC980                  Revenues                                  62.72
Total for January 2012                                   62.72   62.72
Grand Total                                              62.72   62.72
SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL CASH
DISBURSEMENT SCHEDULE SN-12 ALL
FUNDS DATED 01-31-12

Check    Date       Check    Type    Ven   Claimant Name/                         Account     Invoice           Appropriation               Encumbrance
Number              Amount           Num Check Description                        Number      Number      S/L Amount       G/L Amount                  Number
   14535 01-27-12     240.00 C      003258 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY                A2855.4     VOUCHER            240.00                                Amount
                                           COACHES VS CANCER BASKETB
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
   14536 01-31-12    1,046.20   C   001162 INTERNATIONAL PAPER CO.                A2110.45                     1,046.20                  120173       1,046.20
                                           copy paper
                                           MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
   14537 01-31-12    1,638.00   C   001299 NYS TEACHERS RETIREMENT SY             T270        JAN.                            1,638.00
                                           EMPLOYEE PAYROLL DEDUCTIO
                                           NYS TEACHERS RETIREMENT LO
   14538 01-31-12    1,395.71   C   001987 NYSUT BENEFIT TRUST                    T280        JAN. 2012                       1,395.71
                                           EMPLOYEE PAYROLL DEDUCTIO
                                           CREDIT UNION DEDUCTIONS
   14539 01-31-12      59.62    C   001696 VOTE/COPE                              T280        JAN. 2012                         59.62
                                           EMPLOYEE PAYROLL DEDUCTIO
                                           CREDIT UNION DEDUCTIONS
   14540 01-31-12     720.00    C   003335 SUSAN GRAVELLE PETERS, P.T.            A2250.4     1/31              720.00
                                           AS PER AGREEMENT SERVICES
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
   14541 01-31-12     200.00    C   003816 TIMOTHY MAHLER gary dark               T2921       award                            200.00
                                           scholarship G.CLARK & G. REEVES
                                           SCHOLAR
   14542 01-31-12     500.00    C   003904 LANCE C. PARADIS                       T2922       AWARD                            500.00
                                           SCHOLARSHIP AWARD OLIVER
                                           LESSARD SCHOLARSHIP
   14543 01-31-12     107.95    C   001014 GRAND UNION FAMILY MARKET              C2860.41    Caft.              11.95
                                           supplies caft. lunch, home ec. class
                                           PURCHASED FOODS HOME EC.
                                           SARGENT                                A2110.466   Jan. home          96.00
   14544 01-31-12      15.80    C   002422 ADIRONDACK AUTO SERVICES I             A5510.453   518689             15.80
                                           fuel cap van
                                           PARTS
   14545 01-31-12   20,363.02   C   003897 ADIRONDACK ENERGY                      A1620.41    207125          20,363.02
                                           HEATING FUEL SCHOOL BLDG.
                                           OIL EXPENSE
   14546 01-31-12     106.84    C   001160 ADVANCE PIERRE FOODS                   C2860.41    1014589           106.84
                                           SURPLUS FOOD PROCESSING FE
                                           PURCHASED FOODS
   14547 01-31-12      79.84    C   001742 ADIRONDEX INC                          C2860.41    11202              79.84
                                           SURPLUS FOOD DELIVERY CHAR
                                           PURCHASED FOODS
   14548 01-31-12    4,390.00   C   001280 INFO-MATIC INC.
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Check    Date      Check       Type   Ven    Claimant Name/               Account      Invoice            Appropriation              Encumbrance
Number             Amount             Num    Check Description            Number       Number       S/L Amount       G/L Amount                    Number
                                             INFOFUND,PAY,TA,X,NET        A1310.4      1540              2,995.00                 101353           Amount
                                                                                                                                                   3,540.00
                                             CONTRACTUAL EXPENSE
                                             CONTRACTUAL EXPENSE          A1310.4      1425              1,395.00
  14549 01-31-12    4,925.07    C     001022 TREASURER, CHAMPLAIN VALL    A9040.8      050-12            4,925.07
                                             WORKERS COMP WORKMEN'S
                                             COMPENSATION
  14550 01-31-12   37,202.75    C     001022 TREASURER, CHAMPLAIN VALL    A2250.49     C0165-12         37,202.75
                                             BOCES SERVICES BOCES
                                             SERVICES
  14551 01-31-12     234.65     C     001006 BIMBO FOODS, INC. BREAD      C2860.41     JAN.               177.95
                                             SUPPLIES PURCHASED FOODS
                                             PURCHASED FOODS BREAKFAST
                                                                          C2860.410    JAN                 56.70
  14552 01-31-12    1,031.10    C     002984 BYRNE DAIRY                  C2860.41     JAN                812.50
                                             MILK
                                             PURCHASED FOODS
                                             PURCHASED FOODS BREAKFAST    C2860.410    JAN.               218.60
  14553 01-31-12      55.81     C     001077 BUS PARTS WAREHOUSE          A5510.453    JAN                 55.81
                                             PARTS
                                             PARTS
  14554 01-31-12     308.39     C     001573 BUCK PAPER COMPANY           A 1620.45                       308.39                   120168            304.54
                                             SUPPLIES MAINS.
                                             SUPPLIES CUSTODIAL
  14555 01-31-12     400.00     C     003574 CASELLA WASTE SERVICES       A 1620.400   1312853            400.00
                                             GARBAGE REMOVAL DUMP
                                             REMOVAL FEES
  14556 01-31-12      28.47     C     002796 CHESTERTOWN AUTO & TRUCK     A5510.453    JAN.                28.47
                                             PARTS
                                             PARTS
  14557 01-31-12     149.00     C     003558 CVR COMPUTER SUPPLIES        A2630.45     0126132            149.00                   120171            298.00
                                             supply
                                             MATERIEALS & SUPPLIES
  14558 01-31-12      98.00     C     002833 GIRVIN & FERLAZZO, P.C.      A 1420.4     148                 98.00
                                             LEGAL SERVICES
                                             CONTRACTUAL EXPENSE
  14559 01-31-12     107.32     C     001246 GREAT NORTHERN               A5510.453                       107.32
                                             PARTS
                                             PARTS
  14560 01-31-12     187.25     C     001094 GREEN MOUNTAIN ELECTRIC SU   A 1620.45    2088167.00         187.25                    120166           187.25
                                             light replacement SUPPLIES
                                             CUSTODIAL
  14561 01-31-12    2,588.68    C     001156 GRIFFITH OIL CO.             A5530.441    JAN.              2,588.68
                                             HEATHING FUEL BUS GARAGE
                                             HEAT
  14562 01-31-12      34.00     C     001377 GUNNISON ORCHARD             C2860.41     668664              17.00
                                             APPLES PURCHASED
                                             FOODS
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Check    Date      Check       Type    Ven     Claimant Name/                   Account     Invoice           Appropriation             Encumbrance
Number             Amount              Num     Check Description                Number      Number      S/L Amount       G/L Amount                Number
                                               PURCHASED FOODS                  C2860.41    668663              17.00                               Amount
  14563 01-31-12     235.68     C     003518   HUFF ICE CREAM                   C2860.41    2004459             90.64
                                               ICE CREAM
                                               PURCHASED FOODS
                                               PURCHASED FOODS                  C2860.41    2004679           145.04
  14564 01-31-12     686.82     C     001078   LAWSON PRODUCTS INC.             A5510.454   377832            686.82
                                               ICE MELT
                                               OTHERS
  14565 01-31-12    1,144.71    C     001079   LEONARD BUS SALES INC.           A5510.453   JAN 2012         1,144.71
                                               PARTS
                                               PARTS
  14566 01-31-12     258.95     C     002731   LOREMAN'S SALES CENTER           A2855.4     65125             232.55
                                               award cheerlcading competition
                                               CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
                                               CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES             A2855.4     65249              26.40
  14567 01-31-12     199.00     C     001782   NEW YORK FIRE & SECURITY         A 1620.4    26651             199.00
                                               ANSUL INSPECTION KITCHEN
                                               CONTRACTUAL EXPENSE
  14568 01-31-12     150.00     C     002916   PREMIER COACH COMPANY INC.       A5510.45    9430              150.00
                                               DEPOSIT FOR NYC TRIP Gas &
                                               Diesel Supply
  14569 01-31-12      31.40     C     001719   PERMA BOUND BOOKS                A2610.46    145117104          31.40                  120146         31.35
                                               book library
                                               SCHOOL LIB. & AV LOAN PROGR
  14570 01-31-12    2,987.00    C     003794   PEARSON CUSTOMER SERVICE         A2630.46    8432369          2,987.00                 101349       4,000.00
                                               TRAINING
                                               COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCT
  14571 01-31-12      86.00     C     003251   DAVID ALLEN boy basketball       A2855.4     1/25               86.00
                                               official CONTRACTUAL
                                               EXPENSES
  14572 01-31-12      61.65     C     003155   JAMES E. BENTON basketball       A2855.4     1/11               61.65
                                               official CONTRACTUAL
                                               EXPENSES
  14573 01-31-12     168.05     C     003156   GERALD BUBN1AK                   A2855.4     1/26              168.05
                                               basketball official
                                               CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
  14574 01-31-12     104.45     C     002238   RICK CARPENTER basketball        A2855.4     1/4               104.45
                                               official CONTRACTUAL
                                               EXPENSES
  14575 01-31-12     288.75     C     001505   THOMAS F. EDWARDS                A2855.4     1/18               96.25
                                               BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                               CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
                                               CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES             A2855.4     1/25               96.25
                                               CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES             A2855.4     1/11               96.25
  14576 01-31-12     106.50     C     001060   BRUCE FASSETT                    A2855.4     1/26              106.50
                                               BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                               CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
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Check    Date       Check    Type    Ven   Claimant Name/          Account   Invoice         Appropriation           Encumbrance
Number              Amount           Num Check Description         Number    Number    S/L Amount       G/L Amount              Number
   14577 01-31-12     184.50 C      001481 TIM HANSON BASKETBALL   A2855.4   1/6              184.50                            Amount
                                           OFFICIAL CONTRACTUAL
                                           EXPENSES
   14578 01-31-12     355.50   C    003825 JASON HUGHES            A2855.4   12/21             38.00
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES    A2855.4   1/4              135.25
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES    A2855.4   1/18              96.25
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES    A2855.4   1/26              86.00
   14579 01-31-12     266.50   C    003609 JEFF LECKRONE           A2855.4   1/25              55.50
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES    A2855.4   1/20             211.00
   14580 01-31-12     209.20   C    003905 DANIEL E LYNN           A2855.4   1/11              69.85
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES    A2855.4   1/18             139.35
   14581 01-31-12      73.95   C    003663 TOM OLCOTT              A2855.4   1/25              73.95
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
   14582 01-31-12     303.30   C    001814 JOHN RATHBURN           A2855.4   1/31             151.65
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES    A2855.4   1/18             151.65
   14583 01-31-12      69.85   C    002886 GLENN L RUSSELL         A2855.4   1/6               69.85
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
   14584 01-31-12     182.15   C    003903 SAMUAL SHERMAN          A2855.4   1/20             182.15
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
   14585 01-31-12     172.00   C    001416 STEVE STAHL             A2855.4   1/11              86.00
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES    A2855.4   1/31              86.00
   14586 01-31-12     104.45   C    003608 BRENDAN SMITH           A2855.4   1/31             104.45
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
   14587 01-31-12     125.00   C    001071 RICHARD SMITH           A2855.4   1/31             125.00
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
   14588 01-31-12     129.00   C    001963 JASON STRIEBLE          A2855.4   1/5              129.00
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
   14589 01-31-12     366.75   C    002787 JILL S. TONEY           A2855.4   1/6               96.25
                                           BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
                                           CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES    A2855.4   1/4              135.25
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Check    Date       Check       Type   Ven      Claimant Name/                 Account      Invoice             Appropriation             Encumbrance
Number              Amount             Num      Check Description              Number       Number        S/L Amount       G/L Amount                Number
                                                CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES           A2855.4      1/26                 135.25                              Amount
   14590 01-31-12     100.35     C     002887   DENNIS TROMBLEY                A2855.4      1/4                  100.35
                                                BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                                CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
   14591 01-31-12    3,387.97    C     002813   ORKIN                          A1621.4      3104254            3,529.14
                                                PEST CONTROL SEASON WASP
                                                CONTRACTURAL EXPENSE
                                                CONTRACTURAL EXPENSE           A1621.4      DISC.              -141.17
   14592 01-31-12     213.40     C     003765   SARATOGA EAGLE SALES & SER     C2860.41     227543               213.40
                                                JUICE
                                                PURCHASED FOODS
   14593 01-31-12      67.20     C     003440   RICH PRODUCTS CORPORATION      C2860.41     94086412              67.20
                                                SUPPLIES CAFT. PURCHASED
                                                FOODS
   14594 01-31-12    7,500.00    C     002243   SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTIO      A2820.4      501                7,500.00
                                                AS PER CONTRACT AGREEMENT
                                                CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
   14595 01-31-12    2,330.87    C     003595   SCHOOL AND MUNICIPAL ECOW      A 1620.412   BLDG. SCHO         2,149.98
                                                ELECTRICITY JAN. 2012
                                                ELECTRICITY EXPENSE
                                                ELECTRIC                       A5530.42     GARAGE               180.89
   14596 01-31-12    1,611.65    C     002300   STAPLES                        A1310.45                        1,611.65                 101350      1,704.13
                                                SUPPLIES OFFICE PRINTERS
                                                MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
   14597 01-31-12    2,728.45    C     001315   SYSCO                          C2860.41     JAN.               2,046.45
                                                SUPPLIES LUNCH, BREAKFAST,
                                                PURCHASED FOODS PURCHASED
                                                FOODS BREAKFAST                C2860.410     JAN. BREAK         682.00
   14598 01-31-12      13.29     C     001089   TAYLOR WELDING SUPPLY CO., I   A5510.4      693142               13.29
                                                SERVICE WELDER
                                                CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
   14599 01-31-12     366.00     C     003894   USHERWOOD OFFICE TECHNOL       A2610.45     217313              366.00
                                                SUPPLIES STAPLER COPIER
                                                MATERIALS & SUPPLIES
   14600 01-31-12      90.90     C     001086   WHITEMAN CHEVROLET INC.        A5510.453    313115                90.90                 120165        90.90
                                                PART
                                                PARTS
   14601 01-31-12     135.20     C     003133   ZOLL MEDICAL CORP.             A28I5.45     1865083             135.20
                                                CPR-D PADZ MATERIAL
                                                & SUPPLIES
   14602 01-31-12     209.20     C     003480   PETER OLESHESK                 A2855.4      1/11                  69.85
                                                BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
                                                CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES
                                                CONTRACTUAL EXPENSES           A2855.4      1/18                139.35
   14603 01-31-12      75.25     C     002871   SAM'S CLUB                     C2860.41                          75.25
                                                SUPPLIES
                                                PURCHASED FOODS
PAGE 6 - CASH DISBURSEMENT SCHEDULE SN-12 DATED 01-31-12
Check  Date          Check     Type   Ven   Claimant Name/      Account   Invoice           Appropriation             Encumbrance
Number               Amount           Num   Check Description   Number    Number    S/L Amount         G/L Amount                Number
TOTAL               106,094.31                                                       102,300.981           3,793.33    |         Amount
                                                                                                                                11,202.37

TOTAL CHECK COUNT .... : 69
TOTAL MANUAL CHECKS...: 0
TOTAL COMPUTER CHECKS.: 69
PAGE 7 - CASH DISBURSEMENT SCHEDULE SN-12 DATED 01-31-12

To The Treasurer:

I certify that the checks listed above were audited and allowed in the amounts shown.
You are hereby authorized and directed to pay to each of to the claimants the amount opposite his name.


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                                                                               Date
Clerk,Trustee,Director,Mayor,AuditororDirector as Auditor

Purchasing Agent Approval:

I hereby certify that these claims have been rendered in accordance with the respective contract, agreement, or accepted estimate and that the work has been completed and/or the materials delivered
satisfactorily in each ca$e.

      fimmi                                                        //3t//A
Purchasing Agent                                                       Date


WARRANT NUMBER-                                           12
Account Code                      Account Name                                                      Debit                Credit
A200                              Cash                                                             141.17            97,623.79
A521                              Encumbrances                                                                       11,202.37
A522                              Appropriation Expense                                         97,623.79               141.17
A821                              Reserve for Encumbrance                                       11,202.37
C200                              Cash                                                                                 4,818.36
C522                              Appropriation Expense                                          4,818.36
T200                              Cash                                                                                 3,793.33
T270                              NYS TEACHERS RETIREMENT LOA                                    1,638.00
T280                              CREDIT UNION DEDUCTIONS                                        1,455.33
T2921                             G.CLARK & G. REEVES SCHOLARS                                     200.00
T2922                             OLIVER LESSARD SCHOLARSHIP                                       500.00
Total for January 2012                                                                         117,579.02           117,579.02
Grand Total                                                                                    117,579.02           117,579.02
SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL CASH
DISBURSEMENT SCHEDULE SN-13 ALL
FUNDS DATED 02-22-12


Check    Date           Check       Type    Ven   Claimant Name/             Account       Invoice           Appropriation           Encumbrance
Number                  Amount              Num Check Description            Number        Number    S/L Amount         G/L Amount              Number
    320 01-31-12        56,484.64    V     003705 ROZELL EAST, INC. AS PER   HC1621.294    2-23           13,760.41                             Amount
                                                  CONTRACT AGREEMENT
                                                  HVAC-ROZELLEAST, INC.
                                                  HVAC-ROZELLEAST, INC.      HC1621.294    2-24           42,724.23
    320 01-31-12       -56,484.64    V     003705 ROZELL EAST, INC. AS PER   HC 1621.294   2-23          -13,760.41
                                                  CONTRACT AGREEMENT
                                                  HVAC-ROZELLEAST, INC.
                                                  HVAC-ROZELLEAST, INC.      HC 1621.294   2-24          -42,724.23
    321 02-21-12        56,484.64    C     003705 ROZELL EAST, INC. AS PER   HC 1621.294   2-23           13,760.41
                                                  CONTRACT AGREEMENT
                                                  HVAC-ROZELLEAST, INC.
                                                  HVAC-ROZELLEAST, INC.      HC 1621.294   2-24          42,724.23
TOTAL                   56,484.64                                                                        56,484.64            0.00                0.00

TOTAL CHECK COUNT ..... : 2
TOTAL MANUAL CHECKS...:       0
TOTAL COMPUTER CHECKS.:        2
PAGE 2 - CASH DISBURSEMENT SCHEDULE SN-13 DATED 02-22-12 To
The Treasurer:
I certify that the checks listed above were audited and allowed in the amounts shown.
You are hereby authorized and directed to pay to each of to the claimants the amount opposite his name.

       ^WK /rf cJ-W.
                                                                              am\
Clerk,Trustee,Director,Mayor,AuditororDirector as Auditor
Purchasing Agent Approval:
I hereby certify that these claims have been rendered in accordance with the respective contract, agreement, or accepted estimate and that the work has been completed and/or the materials delivered
satisfactorily in each case.



    phasing Agent                                 7/                   Date

WARRANT NUMBER- 13
Account Code                      Account Name                                                     Debit                 Credit
HC200                             Cash                                                         56,484.64              56,484.64
HC522                             Appropriation Expense                                        56,484.64              56,484.64
Total for January 2012                                                                        112,969.28             112,969.28
HC200                             Cash                                                                                56,484.64
HC522                             Appropriation Expense                                        56,484.64
Total for February 2012                                                                        56,484.64              56,484.64
Grand Total                                                                                   169,453.92             169,453.92
Tuesday, February 07,2012                                            Schroon Lake Central Dist                              Page 1 of 1

                                                             Bank Reconciliation Report
  From Date:            1/1/2012                                         Checking Account 992

     To Date:          1/31/2012
                                     Ending Balance on Statement dated              1/31/2012      ->

                                               Add: Outstanding Deposits (Bank Deposits) -> +           $51,061.23

                                                                         Less Outstanding Checks:
                                                                                                            $68.00

                                                           Checking Cash Balance as of 1/31/2012           $21935

                                                                                                         $50,909.88 ***




                                                       Cash Balance for Checking as of 1/1/2012         $52,470.10

                                                             Add: Total Deposits (Bank Deposits)        $1,411.13

                                                              Less: Total Checks and Withdrawals        ($2,971.35)

                                                          Computer Cash Balance as of 1/31/2012         $50,909.88
                                                                                                        ***
                                                          Summary of Asset Accounts



GLAcct Account Name                       Beg. Bal.                  Recpt/JV               Disb/JV       Transfer        End. Bal.
                                                                     $0.00
                                               $0.00                                            $0.00        $0.00
    990 Petty Cash                                                                                                        $0.00 $0.00
    991 Cash On Hand                           $0.00                      $0.00                 $0.00        $0.00        $50,909.88 ***
    992 Checking                         $52,470.10                  $1,411.13            ($2,971.35)        $0.00        $0.00 $0.00
    993 Savings                                $0.00                      $0.00                 $0.00        $0.00
                                                                                                                          $50,909.88
    994 Investments                            $0.00                      $0.00                 $0.00        $0.00

 Grand Total                             $52,470.10                  $1,411.13            ($2,971.35)       $0.00




I have reviewed the above ledger report and attached reports for the
current month. I find them accurate and complete to the best of my
knowledge.            (T>o   A,      /     A     /i7) *



      *** Entries Must match                                    (I
Tuesday. February 07, 2012                        Schroon Lake Central Dist                                                  Page 1 of2
                                                      General Ledger Report

                                                         Financial Report

                                                      Extracurricular report

       From Date:                                                                                           From Acct:              1
         1/1/2012
To Date:          1/31/2012                                                                               To Account:      999999

                                                                                                                  YTD



Acct.      Account Name           Beg. Bal.   Recpt/JV              Disb/JV     Transfer    End. Bal.           Payable    Work Bal.
         SADD                                 $0.03                                         $87.16                 $0.00
000099                              $87.13                              $0.00       $0.00                                      $87.16

000101 H.S.STUDCO                  $413.42             $0.12            $0.00       $0.00     $413.54             $0.00       $413.54
000102 M.S.STUDCO                  $494.36             $0.14            $0.00       $0.00     $494.5C              $0.00      $494.50
000103 YEARBOOK                    $585.12            $81.16            $0.00       $0.00     $666.26              $0.00      $666.28
000104 DRAMA CLUB                $4,900.07             $0.76            $0.00       $0.00    $4,900.82             $0.00    $4,900.83
000106 DNA                       $4,873.46             $0.75            $0.00      $0.00     $4,874.21            $0.00     $4,874.21
000108 Art Club                    $106.03             $0.04            $0.00      $0.00      $106.07             $0.00       $106.07
000109 FACSCLUB                  $1,508.72            $58.50            $0.00       $0.00    $1,567.23             $0.00    $1,567.22
000201 Government Class            $934.13             $0.18            $0.00       $0.00     $934.31              $0.00      $934.31
000202 Band Club                 $1,030.05             $0.20            $0.00      $0.00     $1,030.25             $0.00    $1,030.25
000204 Tech Club                   $322.91             $0.10           $0.00       $0.00      $323.01             $0.00      $323.01
000205 French Club               $1,272.65             $0.30           $0.00       $0.00     $1,272.95            $0.00     $1,272.95
002011 class of 2011                  $5.80            $0.00           $0.00       $0.00        $5.8C             $0.00         $5.80
002012 Class of 2012            $15,573.27        $973.31        ($1,614.85)       $0.00    $14,931.73            $0.00    $14,931.73
002013 Class of 2013            $11,597.48             $3.10           $0.00       $0.00    $11,600.58             $0.00   $11,600.58
002014 Class of 2014             $6,483.57            $2.18            $0.00       $0.00     $6,485.75             $0.00    $6,485.75
002015                           $2,017.45        $290.26        ($1,356.50)       $0.00      $951.21              $0.00      $951.21
          Class of 2015
 Group otal                     $52,205.62      $1,411.13        ($2,971.35)        $0.00   S50.645.4              $0.00   $50,645.40
   1                                                                                                  C
Activity Accounts Grand Total   $52,205.62      $1,411.13         ($2,971.35)      $0.00     $50,645.40           $0.00    $50,645.40
Tuesday, February 07, 2012                            Schroon Lake Central Dist                                                     Page 2 of2
                                                       General Ledger Report
                                                             Financial Report
                                                        Extracurricular report

 From Date:              1/1/2012                                                                              From Acct:                  1
        To Date:         1/31/2012                                                                          To Account:           999999

                                                                                                                     YTD



Acct.                                 Beg. Bal.   Recpt/JV            Disb/JV       Transfer    End. Bal.       Payable           Work Bal.
          Account Name                            $0.00                                         $0.00              $0.00
990                                      $0.00                             $0.00        $0.00                                              $0.00

          Petty Cash
991       Cash On Hand                   $0.00          $0.00              $0.00        $0.00       $0.00                 $0.00            $0.00

992       Checking                   $52,470.10     $1,411.13         ($2,971.35)       $0.00                      $50,909.88       $50,909.88
                                                                                                                        $0.00
993       Savings                        $0.00          $0.00              $0.00        $0.00       $0.00               $0.00              $0.00

994                                      $0.00          $0.00              $0.00        $0.00       $0.00                 $0.00            $0.00
            Investments al
Genei                                $52,470.10     $1,411.13         ($2,971.35)       $0.00                      $50,909.88       $50,909.88
         Ledger Grand Total                                                                                             $0.00

I have reviewed the above ledger report and attached reports for the
current month. I find them accurate and complete to the best of my
                                                                                                        a
                                                                                                       P e1 of 1
  Tuesday, February 07,2012                   Schroon Lake Central Dist                                 9
                                             List of Outstanding Checks
                                                         Thru-1/31/2012
                                                      Extracurricular Report


Check        Check Date       Amount     Payee                                 GL Acct.

      3178         5/8/2006   $147.09   Tracy Gath                                    992   Checking
      3192        5/11/2006     $7.26   Linda Beers                                   992   Checking
      3300        6/20/2007    $65.00   CYSTIC FIBROSIS FOUND.                        992   Checking

Total Outstanding Checks      $219.35
Tuesday, February 07,2012

                         1/1/2012                        Schroon Lake Central Dist                                 From Acct: To                1
                     1/31/2012                                                                                    Account:
                                                         Reconciliation Report
                                                                                                                                         999999
 From Date: To                                            Extracurricular Report
    Date:
                                                                                                                                        Page 1 of5

                                    Invoice            Doc Ref.           Recpt/JV         Disb/JV                              Offset Acct.
                                    PO:                                   Transfer                               Balance.

Date        Payee Source:
                                                         Beginning Balance:                                          S87.13
   Activity Acct: 99
   SADD
 Advisor: Tina Clark
1/31/2012                                                834                  0.03        0.00                       S87.16      992
              GFNB
                                                                                                         0.00
              interest                        Totals                                                                  $87.16
                                                                                                                       $0.00
                                                                              $0.03        S0.00         S0.00
                                                                                                                      $87.16
                                                                                      Accounts Payable
                                                                                                                        $0.00
                                                                                      Working Balance

                                                                           Currently Encumbered (PO)

                                                         Beginning Balance:                                        S413.42
  Activity Acct: 101
  H.S.STUDCO
 Advisor: A. Masiello
1/31/2012      GFNB                                      834                  0.12        0.00                      S413.54       992
              interest
                                                                                                         0.00        $413.54
                                              Totals
                                                                                                                       $0.00
                                                                              S0.12        $0.00         S0.00       $413.54
                                                                                      Accounts Payable                  $0.00
                                                                                      Working Balance

                                                                           Currently Encumbered (PO)
                                                         Beginning Balance:                                        $494.36
  Activity Acct: 102
  M.S.STUDCO
Advisor: Mrs. Wilson, Ms. Masiell                                             0.14        0.00
                                                                                                         0.00
1/31/2012       GFNB                                     834                                                       $494.50       992
              interest
                                                                              $0.14        $0.00         $0.00
                                              Totals                                                                 $494.50
                                                                                      Accounts Payable
                                                                                                                       $0.00
                                                                                      Working Balance                $494.50
                                                                          Currently Encumbered (PO)                     $0.00

  Activity Acct: 103          YEARBOOK                  Beginning Balance:                                         $585.12
Advisor: MS. COREY                                       i            t
1/10/2012                                                n
             YEARBOOK                                    t
             yearbook sale                               e
1/20/2012     YEARBOOK                                   r
             cartridge recycling                         e
1/31/2012     GFNB                                       s
         829    40.00         0.00         0.00     $625.12     992
         830    41.00         0.00         0.00    S666.12      992

         834     0.16         0.00         0.00    $666.28      992


Totals         $81.16 S0.00 Accounts       $0.00      $666.28
                                                        $0.00
                        Payable Working               $666.28
                        Balance
               Currently Encumbered (PO)                $0.00
                                                                                                                                  Page 2 of5
Date         Payee Source:                 Invoice       Doc Rcf.   Recpt/JV       Disb/JV         Transfer   Balance.      Offset Acct.
PO:
 Activitv Acct: 104          DRAMA CLUB                  Beginning Balance:                                   S4,900.07
Advisor: Mrs. Sargent
1/31/2012      GFNB                                      834          0.76              0.00        0.00       $4,900.83    992
            interest
                                                Totals                 S0.76           S0.00        S0.00       $4,900.83
                                                                                                                $0.00
                                                                       Accounts Payable Working
                                                                                                                $4,900.83
                                                                       Balance
                                                                       Currently Encumbered (PO)                $0.00


 Activitv Acct: 106          DNA                         Beginning Balance:                                    54,873.46
Advisor: Ms. Barker
1/31/2012      GFNB                                      835           0.75             0.00        0.00       $4,874.21    992
            interest
                                                Totals                 S0.75           S0.00        S0.00       $4,874.21
                                                                                                                $0.00
                                                                       Accounts Payable Working
                                                                                                                $4,874.21
                                                                       Balance
                                                                       Currently Encumbered (PO)                $0.00

 Activitv Acct: 108          Art Club                    Beginning Balance:                                      $106.03

Advisor: Brie Rosecran
1/31/2012      GFNB                                      835           0.04            0.00         0.00         $106.07    992
            interest
                                                Totals                 S0.04            S0.00       $0.00         $106.07
                                                                                                                  $0.00
                                                                       Accounts Payable Working
                                                                                                                  $106.07
                                                                       Balance
                                                                       Currently Encumbered (PO)                  $0.00

 Activity Acct: 109          FACS CLUB                   Beginning Balance:                                    $1,508.72

Advisor: Wendv Sargent
1/20/2012       FACS Club                                831           58.00            0.00        0.00       $1,566.72    992
deposit 1/31/2012                                        835          0.50             0.00         0.00       SI,567.22    992
GFNB
            interest
                                                Totals                 $58.50            S0.00      S0.00       $1,567.22
                                                                                                                $0.00
                                                                       Accounts Payable Working
                                                                                                                $1,567.22
                                                                       Balance
                                                                       Currently Encumbered (PO)                $0.00

 Activity Acct: 201          Government Class            Beginning Balance:                                      S934.13

Advisor: Laura Corey
1/31/2012      GFNB                                      835           0.18             0.00        0.00         $934.31    992
            interest
                                                Totals                 $0.18            S0.00       S0.00         $934.31
                                                                                                                  $0.00
                                                                       Accounts Payable Working
                                                                                                                  $934.31
                                                                       Balance                                    $0.00
                                                                       Currently Encumbered (PO)
Date        Payee Source:
                                                                                                                                        Page 3 of5
 Activity Acct: 202   Band
 Club                     Invoice      PO:       Doc Ref.         Recpt/JV            Disb/JV         Transfer   Balance.       Offset Acct.
Advisor: Mr. Banewicz                            Beginning Balance:
1/31/2012       GFNB                                                                                              SI,030.05
              interest
                                                  835
                                                                                                                  51,030.25                          992
                                                                        0.20            0.00            0.00
                                       Totals
                                                                                                                    $1,030.25
                                                                         S0.20          S0.0O           $0.00
                                                                                                                        $0.00
                                                                                   Accounts Payable
                                                                                                                    $1,030.25
                                                                                   Working Balance
                                                                                                                        $0.00
                                                                      Currently Encumbered (PO)

                                                   Beginning Balance:                                               S322.91
 Activity Acct: 204         Tech
 Club
Advisor: Dennis Root
1/31/2012       GFNB                              836                   0.10            0.00                        $323.01       992
              interest
                                                                                                        0.00          $323.01
                                        Totals
                                                                                                                        $0.00
                                                                         $0.10          $0.00           $0.00         $323.01
                                                                                   Accounts Payable                     $0.00
                                                                                   Working Balance

 Activity Acct: 205     French                                        Currently Encumbered (PO)                   $1,272.65
 Club
Advisor: Natalie Rover-Loiselle                   836                   0.30            0.00                      $1,272.95       992
1/31/2012      GFNB
                                                                               Beginning Balance:
              interest                                                                                  0.00        $1,272.95
                                       Totals
                                                                                                                        $0.00
                                                                         S0.30          SO.OO          S0.00        $1,272.95
                                                                                  Accounts Payable                      $0.00
                                                                                  Working Balance

                                                                      Currently Encumbered (PO)

                                                  Beginning Balance:
 Activity Acct: 2011        class of                                                                                  55.80
 2011
Advisor: Dennis Root
                                                                         0.00            0.00           0,00          $5.80


                                       Totals                            50.00          SO.OO          SO.OO            $5.80
                                                                                  Accounts Payable                      $0.00

                                                                                  Working Balance                       $5.80
                                                                                                                        $0.00
                                                                      Currently Encumbered (PO)
                                                                                                                                           Page 4 of 5
Dale         Payee Source:                   PO:       Doc Ref.       Recpt/JV        Disb/JV          Transfer   Balance.           Offset Acct.
Invoice
  Activity Acct: 2012        Class of 2012             Beginning Balance:                                         $15^73.27
Advisor: Laura Corey
       1/6/2012        Donohue & Higgins               3659                  0.00     1,502.50           0.00     $14,070.77         992
                     316560
            candy sales
1/6/2012         CLASS OF 2012                         828              184.00            0.00           0.00     $14,254.77         992
            candy sales
     1/10/2012      THEATRE HOUSE, INC                 3660                  0.00      112.35            0.00     $14,142.42         992
                     463453
            Sr. Play costumes
1/26/2012     CLASS OF 2012                            832              785.01            0.00           0.00     S14.927.43         992
          concessions
1/31/2012     GFNB                                     836                   4.30         0.00           0.00     $14,931.73         992
          interest
                                              Totals                   $973.31       $1,614.85          $0.00      $14,931.73
                                                                                                                   $0.00
                                                                                    Accounts Payable
                                                                                                                   $14,931.73
                                                                                    Working Balance
                                                                       Currently Encumbered (PO)                             $0.00

 Activity Acct: 2013         Class of 2013             Beginning Balance:                                         $11,597.48

Advisor: Anita Masiello. Natalie R
1/31/2012      GFNB                                    836                   3.10         0.00           0.00     $11,600.58         992
            interest
                                              Totals                        S3.10        S0.00          $0.00      $11,600.58
                                                                                                                   $0.00
                                                                                    Accounts Payable               $11,600.58
                                                                                Working Balance
                                                                       Currently Encumbered (PO)                             $0.00

 Activity Acct: 2014         Class of 2014             Beginning Balance:                                         $6,483.57

Advisor: D. Schilling, M. Riddle
1/31/2012      GFNB                                    836                  2.18          0.00          0.00      $6,485.75          992
            interest
                                              Totals                        $2.18        $0.00          $0.00       $6,485.75
                                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                    Accounts Payable                $6,485.75
                                                                                    Working Balance
                                                                       Currently Encumbered (PO)                         $0.00

 Activity Acct: 2015         Class of 2015             Beginning Balance:                                         $2,017.45

Advisor: ML Shauehnessv
1/5/2012         Class of 2015                         823              290.05            0.00          0.00       $2307.50          992
            1st nite concessions
1/6/2012      Bennington Sports and                    3658                  0.00     1,356.50           0.00        $951.00         992
15015       Beanie Hat Sale
1/31/2012      GFNB                                    837                  0.21          0.00           0.00        $951.21         992
            interest
                                              Totals                   $290.26       $1,356.50          $0.00         $951.21
                                                                                                                      $0.00
                                                                                    Accounts Payable                  $951.21
                                                                                    Working Balance
                                                                       Currently Encumbered (PO)                             $0.00
                                                                                                                   Page 5 of5

Date     Payee Source:           Invoice    PO:      DocRef.      Rccpt/JV   Disb/JV   Transfer   Balance.   Offset Acct.



I have reviewed the above ledger report and attached reports for the
current month. I find them accurate and complete to the best of my
                                                                       kn0W,ed9e
       Bookkeeper: p)j> Ikhfl^ */JU\1WLK& Date-.ctll I U*
                                                                                -        r^M£LM
       Principal: ________    .^     s- * „ USX^sr". I I
Tuesday, February 07,2012                                                                                     From Acct:    Page 1 of3
 From Date:               1/1/2012                                                                            1
       To Date:       1/31/2012                             Schroon Lake Central Dist                        To Account:
                                                            Reconciliation Report                            999999

                                                            Extracurricular Report
                                                            Doc Ref     Recpt/JV
                                                            Disb/JV
Date        PayeeSource              Invoice     PO:                                            Transfer   Balance.
[990     ! Pettv Cash                  Beginning Balance:                    0.00       0.00        0.00    S0.00     990

                                                                                                            $0.00

                                                 Totals                     $0.00       S0.00      S0.00    $0.00

 991     ! Cash On Hand                Beginning Balance:                    0.00       0.00        0.00    S0.00
                                                                                                            $0.00

                                                                            $0.00       S0.00      so.oo


                                                                                                            $0.00
                                                                                                                      991


                                                Totals
Date       PayceSource              Invoice   PO:        DocRef          Recpt/JV   Disb/JV   Transfer       Balance.
                                      1/31                    Acct.
                                                         Act.Beginni
I 992      Checking
                                      /201                    ng
1/5/2012                                                      Balance:     823
                                      2                                                       290.05        0.00
           Class of 2015              GF
           1st nite concessions 1     NB                                   3658                 0.00     1,356.50
/6/2012    Bennington Sports and              i
           Beanie Hat Sale                                1                3659
                                      nter                                                      0.00     1,502.50
1/6/2012     Donohue & Higgins        es
           candy sales                                    5                828
                                      1/31                                                    184.00        0.00
1/6/2012     CLASS OF 2012            /201
           candy sales 1/10/2012                          0                3660
                                      2                                                         0.00      112.35
THEATRE HOUSE, INC                    GF
           Sr. Play costumes                              1                829
                                      NB                                                      40.00         0.00
1/10/2012   YEARBOOK                          interest
           yearbook sale                                  5                830                 41.00        0.00
1/20/2012   YEARBOOK
           cartridge recycling                                             831                 58.00        0.00
1/20/2012    FACS Club
           deposit 1/26/2012                              3                832                785.01        0.00
CLASS OF 2012
           concessions                                    1                834                  0.12        0.00
1/31/2012    GFNB
           interest                                       6                834                  0.16        0.00
1/31/2012    GFNB
           interest                                       5                834                  0.03        0.00
1/31/2012
GFNB                                                      6                834                  0.14        0.00
           interest
1/31/2012                                                 0                834                  0.76        0.00
GFNB
           interest                                                        835                  0.04        0.00
1/31/2012
GFNB                                                      463453           835                  0.18        0.00
           interest
1/31/2012                                                                  835                  0.75        0.00
GFNB
           interest                                                        835                  0.20        0.00
1/31/2012
GFNB                                                                       835                  0.50        0.00
           interest
1/31/2012                                                                  836                  4.30        0.00
GFNB
           interest
                                                                           836                  2.18        0.00
1/31/2012
GFNB
                                                                           836                  0.30        0.00
           interest
1/31/2012
                                                                           836                  3.10        0.00
GFNB
           interes
                                                                           836                  0.10        0.00
1/31/2012
GFNB
                                                                           837                  0.21        0.00
           interest
1/31/2012
GFNB
           interes*
1/31/2012
GFNB
           interes
1/31/2012
GFNB
           interes
                           0.00    550,053.80      103
                                                 0.00     550,898.02
                                                                  0.00     104
                                                                           550,906.17     2014
       552,470.10
0.00   S52,760.15   2015   0.00    550,111.80    0.00
                                                   109    550,898.06
                                                                  0.00     108
                                                                           550,906.47     205

0.00   S5M03.65     2015   0.00    550,896.81    0.00
                                                   2012   550,898.24
                                                                  0.00     201
                                                                           550,909.57     2013

0.00   549,901.15   2012   0.00    550,896.93    0.00
                                                   101    550,898.99
                                                                 0.00      106
                                                                           550,909.67     204

0.00   550,085.15   2012   0.00    550,897.09    0.00
                                                   103    550,899.19
                                                                 0.00      202
                                                                           550,909.88     2015

0.00   549,972.80   2012   0.00    550,897.12    0.00
                                                    99    550,899.69       109

0.00   550,012.80   103    0.00    550,897.26    0.00
                                                   102    550,903.99       2012



                                     Totals                    $1,411.13                    $0.00
                                                               $2,97135                     $50,909.88
 99                         Beginning Balance:
   1_] Savings                                                                                           S0.00
                                                                    0.00          0.00       0.00        $0.00   993


                                     Totals                        $0.00          S0.00     $0.00        $0.00
Date           PayceSourcc          Invoice      PO:      Doc Rcf   Rccpt/JV    Disb/JV        Transfer   Balance. ActAcct.
L 994 ...... Investments ________      Beginning Balance:                                                  so 00

                                                                         0.00      0.00    .      0.00    S0.00      994


                                                Totals                  $0-00      so.oo        so.oo     so.oo

I have reviewed the above ledger report and attached reports for the

current month. I find them accurate and complete to the best of my

knowledge.


      PrincipalSffWffll ft ^,tit^^:JjaiJJ-
From: "Colvin, Lisa" <LColvin(S)WSWHEBOCES.ORG>
Date: February 21, 2012 2:56:19 PM EST
To: '"BFinnertv(S)SchroonSchool.org"' <BFinnertv(5>SchroonSchool.org>
Subject: FW: SkillsUSA Winners


We would like to congratulate the following student from your school district for placing at the local
SkillsUSA competitions held on the SAEC campus:


Heavy Equipment II                       1st       Austin Pastore                         Heavy Equipment

We are very proud of his accomplishments!

Thank you,

Lisa Colvin
Secretary to Rick Horn, Principal
SAECBOCES
1051 Dix Avenue Hudson
Falls, NY 12839




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  78                         CHAMPLAIN VALLEY EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
                                Board of Cooperative Educational Services
                                Sole Supervisory District of Clinton, Essex,
                                     Warren and Washington Counties

DATE:                             January 11,2012 Regular Board

KIND OF MEETING:                  Meeting Yandon-Dillon Center,

PLACE:                            Mineville, NY

Board Members Present:              Board Members Absent:          Others Present:
Larry Barcomb                       Bryan Garvey William           Ron Clamser
Christopher Belair                  Haseltine Richard Malaney      Rachel Rissetto
Leisa Boise Tonia                   Bruce Murdock                  Roxanne Pombrio
Finnegan Evan                                                      Lance Sayward
Glading Linda                        District Superintendent
Gonyo-Horne Richard                  Craig L. King
LaVigne Thomas
McCabe Sue Reaser
Michael St. Pierre Lori             Board Clerk: Tammy
Saunders                            I. Johnson

MEETING               President Barcomb called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.
TO ORDER
VIDEO CLIPS           Roxanne Pombrio shared video clips from the special education holiday show. The
FROM THE              students choreographed their own skits. The show was well attended and enjoyed by all.
SPECIAL
EDUCATION
HOLIDAY SHOW
                      Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mrs. Reaser, that the Board go into Executive Session at
EXECUTIVE             7:49 p.m., for (1) the purpose of a matter of collective negotiations pursuant to Article
SESSION               14 of Civil Service Law (The Taylor Law) and (2) a matter of the medical, financial,
                      credit or employment history of a particular person or corporation, or matters leading to
                      the appointment, employment, promotion, demotion, discipline, suspension, dismissal or
                      removal of a particular person or corporation. All Board Members present voted
                      yes—motion carried.

                          Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mrs. Reaser, to come out of Executive Session at
                          8:08 p.m. All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

                      Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mrs. Reaser, to approve the minutes of the
PREVIOUS              December 14, 2011 Board Meeting as presented. All Board Members present voted
MINUTES               yes—motion carried.

                      Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mrs. Reaser, that the Certification of Warrant and
CERTIFICATION         Payroll for December 9-28, 2011, be accepted as presented. All Board Members
OF WARRANT            present voted yes—motion carried.
AND PAYROLL
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January 11,2012


TREASURER'S       Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mr. St. Pierre, that the Treasurer's Report for
REPORT            November 30,2011, be accepted as presented. All Board Members present voted yes—
                  motion carried.

DONATIONS         Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mrs. Gonyo-Horne, that the Board accept the following
                  donations:
                  1. For our student stipend fund:
                         United Way of Clinton County            $333.37
                         Uno Chicago Grill                         42.18
                         Pepsi Bottling Group                       95.44
                                         TOTAL                   $470.99
                  2. Donation of a Simplex 500 time clock from Jeff Kelly of Simplex Grinnell, with an
                  estimated value of $924.00, for use in the Medical/Legal Office Assisting program.
                  3. Donation of a check in the amount of $250.00 from Lollita Pierce of the Chazy Rod
                  and Gun Club, which will be used to purchase chainsaw cutting vests for the
                  Environmental Conservation Program.
                  All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

SkillsUSA TOTAL   Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mrs. Gonyo-Horne, that the Board approve the
PARTICIPATION     following SkillsUSA Total Participation Plan Contracts:
PLAN              1. Contracts between Clinton-Essex-Warren-Washington BOCES and SkillsUSA for the
CONTRACTS         purpose of enrolling eligible CV-TEC students at the Plattsburgh and Mineville
                  campuses in the 2011-2012 SkillsUSA Professional Development Program. The total
                  expenditure for the combined contracts is not anticipated to exceed $6,025. (CV-TEC)
                  All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

GRANT             Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mr. LaVigne, that the Board authorize the following:
CONTINUATION      1. That the Supported Employment Services (SES) grant be allowed to continue
APPROVAL          providing services for the period of February 1- March 31, 2012. (third 60 days for a
                  total of 180 days)
                  If approval is not obtained by March 31,2012, the program must end in accordance
                  with Grant Policy #6225.
                  All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

OLD BUSINESS      President Barcomb indicated that the Transmittal Memo covered the Committee
COMMITTEE         Reports.
REPORTS

RESIGNATIONS      Mrs. Gonyo-Horne moved, seconded by Mr. LaVigne, that the Board accept the
BOLA.LAGO,        following letters of resignation:
LADUKE,           1. Allison Bola, Teacher Aide/Student Aide, effective December 31,2011
LEAVENS           2. Christopher Lago, Airframe & Power Plant Teacher, effective March 15,2012
                  3. Rachel LaDuke, Teacher Aide/Student Aide, effective January 12,2012
                  4. Linda Leavens, School Practical Nurse Instructor 7-12, effective January 31,2012 All
                  Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.
180
Page 3
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January 11,2012


RETIREMENTS       Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mrs. Reaser, that the Board accept the following letters
DROWN,            of resignation for the purpose of retirement:
CHRISTON,         1. Jean Drown, Stenographer, effective February 1,2012
BOMBARD. WOOD     2. Peggy Christon, Teacher Aide/Student Aide, effective December 31,2011
                  3. Keith Bombard, Automotive Mechanic Teacher, effective July 6,2012
                  4. Donna Wood, Teaching Assistant, effective February 1,2012 All
                  Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

RECALL            Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mrs. Gonyo-Horne, that the Board appoint (recall) the
APPOINTMENT       following person, based on seniority in accordance with statute:
LEFEVRE           1. Christina Lefevre, Typist, effective January 9,2012, at an annualized salary of
                  $24,260 (prorated) (actual earned salary for 2011-12 is $21,006.73)
                  All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

THREE-YEAR        Mrs. Reaser moved, seconded by Mr. Belair, that the Board appoint the following
PROBATIONARY      person to a three-year probationary appointment as follows:
APPOINTMENT       1. John Eick, Jr., Heavy Equipment/Diesel Mechanics Teacher, effective February 1,
EICK              2012, at an annualized salary of $46,363
                  All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

ADDITIONAL        Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mrs. Reaser, that the Board approve the following
WORK              additional work for the 2011-12 school year:
                  Name                          Not To Exceed        Rate
                  Thomas Church                 60 hours             $29.94
                  Leonard Smart                 60 hours             $27.30
                  Donald Way                    60 hours             $27.30
                  To provide PAI student classroom make-up hours as needed (adult students are charged
                  for their make-up hours).

                  Donald Way
                  Leonard Smart
                  To serve as Interim Aviation 1 Instructors as needed
                  All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

ADULT             Mrs. Reaser moved, seconded by Mr. Belair, that the Board approve the following adult
EDUCATION         education instructor effective January 1-June 30,2012:
INSTRUCTOR        Instructor             Rate
                  Marvin Benton          $25.00/hr.
                  All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

FACILITATOR       Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mr. LaVigne, that the Board approve the following
                  Facilitator effective January 12-June 30,2012:
                  Lawrence Trow, at a rate of $25.15/hour
                  All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.
                  Name                           Time Frame                              Rate
                                                 Effective January 12 - February 8,2012     $27.30
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January 11,2012


SUBSTITUTE        Mr. Belair moved, seconded by Mrs. Reaser, that the Board appoint the following list of
                  substitutes:
                  Teacher
                  Marvin Benton (uncertified)
                  All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

MEMORANDUM        Mr. LaVigne moved, seconded by Mrs. Reaser, that the Board ratify the Memorandum of
OF                Understanding dated December 5,2011, by and between the
UNDERSTANDING     Clinton-Essex-Warren-Washington BOCES and the Champlain Valley Educational
                  Services United Professionals, for a successor agreement dated July 1,2012-June
                  30,2015. All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

RESOLUTION        Mrs. Gonyo-Horne moved, seconded by Mrs. Reaser, that the Board adopt the
                  following resolution effective January 1,2012:
                  The Clinton-Essex-Warren-Washington Board of Cooperative Educational Services
                  Board of Education authorizes the District Superintendent and/or the Human Resource
                  Director to approve (at their sole discretion) paid leaves of absences for a period not to
                  exceed ninety (90) days upon receipt of an employee's letter of resignation. The
                  District Superintendent and/or the Human Resource Director shall notify the Board
                  President when invoked.
                  All Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

DISTRICT          Mr. LaVigne moved, seconded by Mrs. Gonyo-Horne, that the Board approve the
SUPERINTENDENT    amended Employment Agreement (July 1,2011-June 30,2014) for the District
EMPLOYMENT        Superintendent dated January 11,2012, as presented. All Board Members present voted
AGREEMENT         yes—motion carried.

NEXT BOARD        The next Board of Education Meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 8,2012, at
MEETING           the Instructional Services Center in Plattsburgh, beginning at 7:30 p.m.

ADJOURNMENT       Mr. St. Pierre moved, seconded by Mr. LaVigne, to adjourn the meeting at 8:44 p.m. All
                  Board Members present voted yes—motion carried.

                                                             n
                                                               iy I. Johnson, Board Cleric
     Clinton-Essex-Warren-Washington School                                          March 15, 2012
     Boards Association                                                                 Cricket's Restaurant
                                                                                                697 Bear Swamp Road
                                                         In collaboration with
                                                                                                      Peru, New York
     Champlain Valley Educational Services
                                                                       Presents



      Connecting Schools,
      Communities & Businesses
       A Panel Discussion with Workforce Development Leaders,
           Department of Labor, Fujitsu, CVPH and CV-TEC

      Paul Grasso, Executive Director of the Workforce Investment
      Board, will be facilitating an outstanding panel of representatives
      from different sectors connecting communities, schools and
      businesses. The focus will be on what steps have been taken in our
      community to strengthen these connections and what is being
      proposed for the future. Our business representatives from CVPH
      and Fujitsu will focus on their employment needs and their efforts
      to reach out to assist area schools and colleges in a partnership.
      An update will be given from CV-TEC on the National Work
      Readiness Credential Institute and efforts to provide training to
      area schools on the "soft skills" required by businesses for 21 st
      Century skills. A representative from the Labor Department will
      give an update on regional trends and needs from businesses                    COST
      including the many "Middle Skill " jobs that require less than a
      four-year degree and the associated skills gap that exists. A short
                                                                                     $26.oo/participant if a
                                                                                     member ofCo-Ser 650
      summary of the recent Harvard "Pathways to Prosperity Project"
      will be given to help stimulate regional solutions to the
                                                                                     $38.00/participant
      "increasing national failure to prepare young adults for success."
      Efforts and plans by the Workforce Investment Board (WIB) will                 if not a member ofCo-Ser 650
      bring closure to the panel discussion as we partner together to
                                                                                     Costs are based on 75participants.
      make an improved future for our region.


      DIRECTIONS                                                            REGISTRATION DEADLINE
     If you are arriving from the North, take Exit 35 off I-87. Turn
                                                                            March 1, 2012
     right onto Bear Swamp Road. Travel approximately 1/2 mile
     and Cricket's will be on your left.                                                            Fax: 518-562-1471
                                                                                  E-mail: jackstadt_louise@cves.org
     If you are arming from the South, take Exit 35 off I-87. Turn left
     onto Bear Swamp Road. Travel approximately 1/2 mile and
     Cricket's will be on your left.
MU




     TO REGISTER your Board and members of your district, please return the attached registration
     form by MARCH 1, 2012.
CLINTON-ESSEX-WARREN-WASHINGTON SCHOOL
           BOARDS ASSOCIATION
  DATE:               Thursday, March 15, 2012
  PLACE:              Cricket's Restaurant
  TIME:               6:00 p.m. Social - 6:30 p.m. Dinner - 7:00 p.m. Program

  PROGRAM:            Connecting Schools, Communities and Businesses - Panel Discussion

  MENU:                Choice of-
                       Shrimp Scampi in a garlic wine sauce with rice pilaf Baked
                       stuffed chicken breast with red skinned mashed potatoes 8 oz.
                       Prime Rib Served with Baked Potato Vegetarian Stir Fry

                       Cost: Please Check One
                       Q $26.00 per participant (member of Co-Ser 650)

                       \_\ $38.00 per participant (not a member of Co-Ser 650)
                      Final count will be given to Cricket's on March 2,2012. No changes
                      will be accepted after this date.
                      (CVES component school districts will be billed on their monthly BOCES
                      billing. Non-component districts will be billed through the Cross-Contract
                      process.)

  PLEASE FAX TO LOUISE JACKSTADT AT 518-562-1471


  SCHOOL DISTRICT ATTENDING:.
  (Please Indicate Names and Choices)

  NAME:                       PRIME RIB           CHICKEN                        VEGETARIAN
                              SHRIMP
RO. Box 455, Plattsburgh, NY 12901 518-536-7340 FAX 518-562-1471          www.cves.org
                                                                                                                ADMINISTRATION DIVISION
                                                                                                       Craig L. King .............................. District Superintendent
                                                                                                       Teresa Calabrese-Gray............ Assistant Superintendent

                                               EDUCATIONAL                                             Rachel M. Rissetto ................ Human Resource Director
                                                                                                       Ronald T. Clamser, Jr............ School Business Executive
                                                  SERVICES
                                                                            CVES MISSION
CVES, in partnership with local school districts and their communities, the Board of Regents and the Commissioner of Education, will be a leader in providing quality.
 cost-effective programs and services that support school districts and their commnnilies to achieve higher standards through enhanced educational opportunities.



                                                                              February 13,2012                         \\Jt       \N*\ ^             *ltCL



                                Component School District Clerks
                                                                                    TO:

         FROM:                  Tammy I. Johnson, Clerk                     V

          SUBJECT:                Nominating Procedure and Minimum Qualifications of

          Nominees


          As the result of expiring Board Member terms and districts not currently represented on the CVES
          Board of Education, the following component districts may nominate Board candidates: Chazy
          Central, Moriah Central, Northeastern Clinton Central, Peru Central, Ticonderoga Central,
          Westport Central, and Willsboro Central School Districts. Candidates from these school
          communities may be nominated only by the districts listed above. There is no limit to the number
          of candidates nominated from these districts to run for the five seats on the CVES Board of
          Education that expire on June 30, 2012.* Board approved resolutions nominating a candidate(s) to
          run for the CVES Board of Education positions must be transmitted to the Clerk of the CVES
          Board of Education.

          You are hereby notified that CVES will accept nominations, for the annual election of CVES
          Board Members, until March 27, 2012, for five (5) open positions on the Board. These positions
          will be a three-year term of office from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2015. The election will occur on
          April 26, 2012, and all component district Boards of Education can vote at meetings held in
          their individual districts.

          The following timeline must be adhered to:

          • March 27, 2012 - nominations (Board approved) due to CVES Board
              Clerk
          • April 11, 2012 - ballots mailed to component school districts
          • April 26, 2012 - voting in component school districts



                       Board of Cooperative Educational Services for Clinton / Essex / Warren / Washington Counties William A. Fritz Center,
       Plattsburgh Satellite Campus & John W. Harrold Center • Plattsburgh        Yandon-Dillon Center • Mineville
Page 2
February 13,2012



The following is a list of eligibility criteria for candidates for election to the CVES Board of
Education:

•   must be able to read and write
•   must be at least 18 years of age or older
•   must be a citizen of the United States
•   must not have been convicted of a felon or have been adjudged an incompetent
•   must be and have been a resident of the supervisory district for at least one year prior to the
       election but need not be a taxpayer
•   may be the only member of his/her family on the school board
•   may not be an employee of a school district in the CVES Supervisory District
•   may not be an employee of CVES
•   may not simultaneously hold another incompatible public office
•   must not have been removed from a school district office within one year of election
•   may not be a resident of a component school district which currently has a resident serving on
    the CVES Board of Education whose term will not expire at the end of the current year

Candidates can send their background information to component school districts.

Once elected to the CVES Board of Education, CVES Board Members who become employed at a
school district in a CVES supervisory district and/or at CVES, cannot continue to serve as a CVES
Board Member.


* Reference: McKinney's Consolidated Laws of New York Annotated - Book 16 Education Law
31950 (2-aytrt
No nomination of a person to be elected to a Board of Cooperative Educational Services from a
component district which currently has a resident serving on such board shall be accepted unless
such member's office is to expire at the end of the current year, unless the size of such board
exceeds the number of component school districts, or unless an unrepresented district declines to
make a nomination. For purposes of this subdivision, any such person or board member nominated
by a special act school district, central high school district or any district which is a component of a
central high school district, shall be deemed a resident of the district that nominated him or her
only.



tij
Enclosure

cc: Component Superintendents
Committee Recommendations for Board of Education Review with Details (February 27, 2010)

Meeting         rni.      Age       Committee Grade                             Decision         Disability          Recommended School
Reason

02/09/2012     20113       7:6       SubCSE            02   Program Review      Declassified    Speech or Language   Student is Parentally Placed in a
                                                                                               Impairment            Nonpublic School
        Program/Service                        Start Date       End Date Ratio                     Freq. Period      Duration
        Speech/Language Therapy                09/15/2011       06/22/2012 Small Group (5:1)       2       Weekly    30mins
02/09/2012    20125       9:3        CSE               Initial Eligibility      Pending        Limited Major Life    Schroon Lake Central School
                                                       Determination Meeting                   Activity

02/14/2012    20118       2:11      CPSE               Initial Eligibility      Pending
                                                       Determination Meeting




   Printed: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 10:59:25 AM                                                                                             page I of 1
           Substitute recommendations for 2-27-2012
Certified substitute teacher- Brett Bernhard
                        SIDE LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING


AGREEMENT made this _______ 8th            day of February, 2011 by and between
the SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT, hereinafter referred to as the
District, and the SCHROON LAKE CENTRAL SCHOOL SUPPORT STAFF
ORGANIZATION, hereinafter referred to as the Unit, as follows:


WHEREAS, the parties agree that a formal evaluation process for all district support staff
employees shall be initiated;

NOW THEREFORE, the parties agree to the following:

1.    All district support staff empkwees shall be formally evaluated on an annual basis.

2.    Probationary support staff employees shall be formally evaluated monthly during
      their Civil Service probationary period.

3.    This Side Letter of Understanding shall be incorporated into the successor
      agreement.


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FOR THE DISTRICT
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SCHROON LAKE

                                                                                 2342
             AGENDA PREPARATION AND DISSEMINATION
      The agenda and preparation for meetings shall be the responsibility of the
Superintendent of Schools with the approval of the Board of Education
President. Board members, employees of the school district, and citizens may
sucgest agenda items by contacting the Superintendent. Such items shall be
su&mitted by phone or writing and received in the office of the office of the
Superintendent at least six days before the meeting in order to insure inclusion on the
written agenda.
      The agenda shall allow for recognition and comments by members of the
public. However, items of business introduced from the floor will not be acted
upon at the same meeting.
      A complete set of materials for the regular meeting shall be sent to each
Board member, the Superintendent, the Assistant Superintendent, the District
Treasurer and others as required. Advance dissemination of the agenda shall
be the responsibility of the District Clerk.
Note: Prior policy, Policy Manual, BDDC, revised
      We have added a few provisions that the Association considers as good
      practices for the Board's consideration.
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                                                                                          1120

Clinton-Essex-Warren-Washington BOCES                 ^^*V^ ^ n«l A^^
                              School District Records
                                                                                    ■3E>
The Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) shall comply with the
Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) of the State of New York. Regulations to access and provide
BOCES records through the FOIL process are outlined in the School District Records Regulation
-1120R, and the Application for Public Access to Records-1120E.

The BOCES will also be in compliance with the Open Meetings Law Section 103(e) by making
applicable records available prior to BOCES Board meetings. The law addresses two types of
records to be made available. First, those that are required to be made available pursuant to
FOIL, and second, proposed resolutions, law, rules, regulations, policies, or amendments thereto
that are scheduled to be the subject of discussion at a Board meeting. This information shall be
posted on the BOCES website to the extent practicable. The website will be maintained
regularly, and applicable records as set forth in Open Meetings Law Section 103(e) will be
posted prior to the Board meeting in which the records will be discussed, and information
pertaining to past Board meetings will be removed. The applicable records will also be available
through the FOIL process.

Retention and Destruction of Records:

The Board hereby adopts as policy the Records Retention and Disposition Schedules as
promulgated by the Commissioner of Education, setting forth the minimum length of time school
district records must be retained.

The Records Access Officer shall be the Clerk of the Board. The Records Management Officer
shall be the District Treasurer.
SCHROON LAKE

                                                                                          2342

              AGENDA PREPARATION AND DISSEMINATION

      The agenda and preparation for meetings shall be the responsibility of the
Superintendent of Schools with the approval of the Board of Education President.
Board members, employees of the school district, and citizens max suggest agenda items
by contacting the Superintendent. Such items shall be submitted by phone or writing and
received in the office of the office of the Superintendent at least six days before the meeting
in order to insure inclusion on the written agenda.

Schroon Lake Central School shall comply with the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) of
the State of New York. Regulations to access and provide school records through the FOIL
process are outlined in the School District Records Regulation -1120R, and the Application
for Public Access to Records-1120E. Schroon Lake Central School will also be in compliance
with the Open Meetings Law Section 103(e) by making applicable records available prior to
Board meetings. The law addresses two types of records to be made available. First, those that
are required to be made available pursuant to FOIL, and second, proposed resolutions, law,
rules, regulations, policies, or amendments thereto that are scheduled to be the subject of
discussion at a Board meeting. This information shall be posted on the school website to the
extent practicable. The website will be maintained regularly, and applicable records as set
forth in Open Meetings Law Section 103(e) will be posted prior to the Board meeting in which
the records will be discussed, and information pertaining to past Board meetings will be
removed. The applicable records will also be available through the FOIL process. The
Records Access Officer shall be the Clerk of the Board. The Records Management Officer
shall be the District Treasurer.

      The agenda shall allow for recognition and comments by members of the
public. However, items of business introduced from the floor will not be acted upon at
the same meeting.

      A complete set of materials for the regular meeting shall be sent to each Board
member, the Superintendent, the Director of Pupil Personnel, the District Treasurer
and others as required. Advance dissemination of the agenda shall be the
responsibility of the District Clerk.
Note: Prior policy, Policy Manual, BDDC, revised
      We have added a few provisions that the Association considers as good
      practices for the Board's consideration.
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                              HARASSMENT AND BULLYING PREVENTION
                                    AND INTERVENTION POLICY
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                                        Schroon Lake Central School


THE SCHOOL BOARD OF Schroon Lake Central School IS COMMITTED TO PROTECTING ITS
STUDENTS, APPLICANTS FOR ADMISSION, AND EMPLOYEES FROM BULLYING,
HARASSMENT OR DISCRIMINATION FOR ANY REASON AND OF ANY TYPE. THE SCHOOL
BOARD BELIEVES THAT ALL STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES ARE ENTITLED TO A SAFE,
EQUITABLE, AND HARASSMENT-FREE SCHOOL EXPERIENCE. BULLYING, HARASSMENT,
HAZING, AND/OR DISCRIMINATION WILL NOT BE TOLERATED AND SHALL BE JUST
CAUSE FOR DISCIPLINARY ACTION. THIS POLICY SHALL BE INTERPRETED AND APPLIED
CONSISTENTLY WITH ALL APPLICABLE STATE AND FEDERAL LAWS AND THE BOARD'S
COLLECTIVE-BARGAINING AGREEMENTS. CONDUCT THAT CONSTITUTES BULLYING,
HARASSMENT, HAZING, AND/OR DISCRIMINATION, AS DEFINED HEREIN, IS PROHIBITED.
THE HARRASSMENT AND BULLYING PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION POLICY
ADDRESSES REQUIREMENTS FOR DISCRIMINATION AS DEFINED BY FEDERAL, STATE
AND LOCAL-PROTECTED CATEGORIES OF PERSONS.

IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT A BASIC UNIVERSAL PREVENTION CURRICULUM BE IN PLACE SO
THAT EVERY SCHOOL WILL RECEIVE A FOUNDATION OF PREVENTION UPON WHICH TO
BUILD A CULTURE OF HEALTH, WELLNESS, SAFETY, RESPECT AND EXCELLENCE.

The standards of this policy constitute a specific, focused, coordinated, integrated, culturally sensitive
system of supports for all students, staff, families, and community agencies that will improve relations
within each school. It is designed to ensure that every school has trained staff, supported in their school's
efforts to provide awareness, intervention training, and instructional strategies on prevention, including
violence prevention, to each staff member, and student in the District and to direct follow-up when
incidents are reported and/or occur. Awareness of this policy along with intervention strategies will be
provided to parents.

To this end, the Board condemns and strictly prohibits all forms of discrimination, such as harassment,
hazing and bullying on school grounds, school buses and at all school-sponsored activities, programs and
events. Discrimination, harassment, hazing or bullying that takes place at locations outside of school
grounds which can be reasonably expected to materially and substantially interfere with the requirements
of appropriate discipline in the operation of the school or impinge on the rights of other students are
prohibited, and may be subject to disciplinary consequences.

   I.      Definitions- "A person is bullied when he or she is exposed repeatedly and over time, to
           negative actions on the part of one or more other persons."
                                                             Olweus Bullying Prevention Program

           A. "Bullying" means systematically and chronically inflicting physical hurt or psychological
              distress on one or more students or employees. It is further defined as: unwanted purposeful
              written, verbal, nonverbal, or physical behavior, including but not limited to any
              threatening, insulting, or dehumanizing gesture, by an adult or student, that has the potential
              to create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive educational environment or cause long term
              damage; cause discomfort or humiliation; or unreasonably interfere
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      often characterized by an imbalance of power. Bullying may involve, but is not limited
      to:

1.      unwanted teasing
2.      threatening
3.      intimidating
4.      stalking
5.      cyberstalking
6.      physical violence
7.      theft
8.      sexual, religious, or racial harassment
9.      public humiliation
10.     destruction of school or personal property
11.      social exclusion, including incitement and/or coercion
12.     rumor or spreading of falsehoods

B. "Harassment" Harassment has been defined in various ways in federal and state law and
   regulation. The Board recognizes that these definitions are important standards, but the
   Board's goal is to prevent misbehavior from escalating in order to promote a positive
   school environment and to limit liability. The Dignity for All Students Act (§§10-18 of
   Education Law) defines harassment as the creation of a hostile environment by conduct
   or by verbal threats, intimidation or abuse that has or would have the effect of
   unreasonably and substantially interfering with a student's educational performance,
   opportunities or benefits, or mental, emotional or physical well-being; or conduct, verbal
   threats, intimidation or abuse that reasonably causes or would reasonably be expected to
   cause a student to fear for his or her physical safety. The harassing behavior may be
   based on any characteristic, including but not limited to a person's actual or perceived:

           1.    race,
           2.    color,
           3.    weight,
           4.    national origin,
           5.    ethnic groups
           6.    religion,
           7.    religious practice,
           8.    disability,
           9.    sex,
           10.   sexual orientation, or
           11.   gender (including gender identity and expression).

C. "Cyber stalking" as defined in N.Y. Penal Law § 240.30, means, with intent to harass,
   annoy, threaten or alarm another person, he or she causes a communication to be initiated
   by mechanical or electronic means or otherwise with a person, anonymously or
   otherwise, by telephone, or by telegraph, mail or any other form of written
   communication, in a manner likely to cause annoyance or alarm.

D. "Cyberbullying" is defined as the willful and repeated harassment and intimidation of a
   person through the use of digital technologies, including, but not limited to: email, blogs,
   texting, social websites (e.g., MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, etc.), chat rooms, "sexting",

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instant messaging, or video voyeurism. *Note: Per N.Y. Penal Law § 240.30, voyeurism,
which may be utilized in cyberbullying, in and of itself, is a criminal offense.

"Discrimination" is the act of denying rights, benefits, justice, equitable treatment or
access to facilities available to all others, to an individual or group of people because of the
group, class or category to which that person belongs (as enumerated in the Definitions
section, under Harassment).

 "Hazing" is an induction, initiation or membership process involving harassment which
produces public humiliation, physical or emotional discomfort, bodily injury or public
ridicule or creates a situation where public humiliation, physical or emotional discomfort,
bodily injury or public ridicule is likely to occur.

 "Bullying", "Cyberbullying", and/or "Harassment" also encompasses:

      1.      retaliation against a student or school employee by another student or school
              employee for asserting or alleging an act of bullying, harassment, or
              discrimination.
      2.      retaliation by reporting a baseless act of bullying, harassment, or
              discrimination.
      3.      perpetuation of conduct listed in the definition of bullying, harassment,
              and/or discrimination by an individual or group with the intent to demean,
              dehumanize, embarrass, or cause emotional or physical harm to a student or
              school employee by:

                        a. incitement or coercion;

                        b. accessing or knowingly and willingly causing or providing
                           access to data or computer software through a computer,
                           computer system, or computer network within the scope of the
                           District school system; or

                        c. acting in a manner that has an effect substantially similar to the
                           effect of bullying, harassment, or discrimination.

 "Bullying", "Cyberbullying", "Harassment", "Hazing, and/or
 "Discrimination"
(hereinafter referred to collectively as harassment and/or bullying, as defined in Section
A, for the purpose of this Policy) also encompasses, but are not limited to, unwanted
harm towards a student or employee in regard to their real or perceived: sex, race, color,
religion, national origin, age, disability (physical, emotional or educational), marital
status, socio-economic background, political beliefs, sexual orientation, or social/family
background and therefore prohibits harassment and/or bullying of any student or
employee by any Board member, District employee, consultant, contractor, visitor,
volunteer, student, or other person in the school or outside the school at school-sponsored
events, on the school buses, and at training facilities or training programs sponsored by
the District. For Federal requirements when these acts are against Federally identified
protected categories, refer to the Anti Bullying Policy

"Accused" is defined as any District employee, consultant, contractor, agent, visitor,
volunteer, student, or other person in the school or outside the school at school-sponsored
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              events, training facilities, training programs or on school buses sponsored by the District
              who is reported to have committed an act of bullying, whether formally or informally,
              verbally or in writing.

           J. "Complainant" is defined as any District employee, consultant, contractor, agent, visitor,
               volunteer, student, or other person who formally or informally makes a report of bullying,
               orally or in writing.

           K. "Victim" is defined as any District employee, consultant, contractor, agent, visitor,
              volunteer, student, or other person inside the school or outside the school at sponsored
              events, training facilities, training programs or on school buses sponsored by the District,
              who is reported to have been the target of an act of bullying during any educational
              program or activity conducted by Schroon Lake Central School

In some instances, bullying or harassment may constitute a violation of an individual's civil rights. The
district is mindful of its responsibilities under the law and in accordance with district policy regarding
civil rights protections.


   II. Expectations: Schroon Lake Central School expects students and employees to conduct
         themselves in keeping with their levels of development, maturity, and demonstrated
         capabilities with proper regard for the rights and welfare of other students and school staff,
         the educational purpose underlying all school activities, and the care of school facilities and
         equipment.

           A. The School District prohibits the harassment and/or bullying of any student or school
               employee:

                    1.     during any educational program or activity conducted by Schroon Lake
                           Central School
                    2.     during any school related or school sponsored program or activity or on a
                           Schroon Lake Central School school bus;
                    3.     through the use of any device or data while on school grounds or on a
                           Schroon Lake Central School school bus, computer software that is
                           accessed through a computer, computer system, or computer network of the
                           Schroon Lake Central School. The physical location or time of a
                           computer-related incident cannot be raised as a defense in any disciplinary
                           action initiated under this section;
                    4.     by threats using the above to be carried out on school grounds. This
                           includes threats made outside of school hours, which are intended to be
                           carried out during any school-related or school-sponsored program or
                           activity, or on a Schroon Lake Central School school bus;
                    5.     while the District does not assume any liability for incidents that occur at a
                           bus stop or en route to or from school, a student or witness may file a
                           complaint following the same procedures for harassment and/or bullying
                           against a student and the school will investigate and/or provide assistance
                           and intervention as the principal/designee deems appropriate, which may
                           include the use of the School Resource Officer. The District also recognizes
                           that a parent has the full right to seek law enforcement assistance, accessing
                           the School Resource Office, or the state or local police directly. The
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         principal/designee shall use all District Reporting Systems to log all reports and
         interventions. However, if a student's ability to receive an education or a school's
         ability to provide an education is significantly impaired (as evidenced by school
         refusal, reduced attendance, dropping performance and achievement, feelings of
         insecurity or lack of personal safety, or parent's refusal to expose their child to the
         danger by allowing school attendance) and as determined by the school district
         administration, disciplinary sanctions may be issued; 6. though an incident of
         alleged harassment and/or bullying (cyberbullying or other) may occur off
         campus and may not entail threats of acts to occur during school hours, if a
         student's ability to receive an education or a schools ability to provide an
         education is significantly impaired, as determined by the school district
         administration, disciplinary sanctions may be issued.

B. All administrators, faculty and staff, in collaboration with parents, students, and
   community members, will incorporate systematic methods for student and staff
   recognition through positive reinforcement for good conduct, self discipline, good
   citizenship and academic success, as seen in the required school plan to promote positive
   school climate and behavior.

C. Student expectations shall be explained and outlined in this policy and in the Student
   Code of Conduct.

    Proper prevention and intervention steps shall be taken based on the level of severity of the
  infraction as outlined in the Community Expectations Guide.

Stakeholder Responsibilities

A. Student Support Services' Office of Prevention: Student Support Services
   professionals, in collaboration with other District departments, will collaborate with
   school-based staff members, families and community stakeholders to utilize this Policy
   and associated procedures to promote academic success, enhance resiliency, build
   developmental assets, and promote protective factors within each school by ensuring that
   each staff member and student is trained on violence prevention. These trainings will
   work to create a climate within each school and within the District that fosters the safety
   and respect of children and the belief that adults are there to protect and help them.
   Additionally, students and staff (including, but not limited to: school-based employees,
   administrators, area/district personnel, counseling staff, cafeteria staff, bus drivers) will
   be given the skills, training, and tools needed to create the foundation for preventing,
   identifying, investigating and intervening when issues of harassment and/or bullying
   arise.

B. Schools: By March 1, 2012 the Board will designate at it annual organizational meeting
   one DASA Coordinator for each school building. The role of the DASA Coordinator is
   to coordinate and enforce this policy. The DASA Coordmator shall.serve on existing
   teams that address acts of violence and school safety, e.g., the Safety Committee. At
   minimum, this team should include staff members from administration, guidance and
   instruction. These designees are the key school-based personnel who receive prevention
   training     and    assist    in    the    dissemination       of prevention    methods,
   intervention and
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    curriculum for harassment and/or bullying and other issues that impact school culture and
    welfare of students and staff.

   The DASA Coordinators) will be a staff member from each school building, who has
   been thoroughly trained in human relations in the areas of race, color, weight, national
   origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender
   (including gender identity and expression), and sex. The DASA Coordinators) will be
   accountable for implementation of this policy and will be responsible for coordinating and
   enforcing this policy in his/her respective school building, including but not limited to
   coordination of:

    •   the work of the building-level committees;
    •   professional development for staff members and,
    •   the complaint process, and
    •   management of the Dignity Act's civility curriculum components.


C. Community Resources: Student Support Services professionals, in collaboration with
   other District departments, will train a wide range of community stakeholders; profit,
   non-profit, faith-based agencies, and School Resource Officers to provide the
   dissemination and support of violence prevention curricula to students, their families and
   school staff. This collaboration will make effective use of available school district and
   community resources while ensuring seamless service delivery in which each school and
   student receives an equitable foundation of violence prevention.

D. Evidence-Based Interventions and Curriculum: Student Support Services' Office of
   Prevention staff members will serve as the coordinators and trainers of prevention for all
   designated school staff and outside agencies/community partners. Those trained in
   Prevention (members of the Prevention Team) will then collaborate as 'Violence
   prevention partners" to implement the evidence-based interventions and proven programs
   within each of their schools. Training will focus on prevention and evidence-based
   programs.

E. Parent Participation and Partnership: Student Support Service professionals, in
   collaboration with other District departments, will provide opportunities and encourage
   parents to participate in prevention efforts with their children in meaningful and relevant
   ways that address the academic, social and health needs of their children. The District
   will offer parents and parent associations training on violence prevention, as well as
   knowledge and/or opportunity to participate in any violence prevention initiatives
   currently taking place in their school via the District's school website, open houses, and
   parent/school newsletters. Training will provide resources and support for parents by
   linking them with internal supports, as well as referral to community-based resources as
   needed.

F. Evaluation of Service Effectiveness: Evaluations to determine the effectiveness and
   efficiency of the service being provided will be conducted at least every three years and
   shall include data-based outcomes.



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G. Accountability: The Superintendent, other district administrators, their staff, as well as
   principals, share accountability for implementation of these student support services
   consistent with the standards of this policy. These administrators will take steps to assure
   that the student support services are fully integrated with their instructional components
   at each school and are pursued with equal effort in this policy and practice.

Training for students, parents, teachers, area/district staff, school administrators, student
support staff, counseling staff, bus drivers, cafeteria staff, School Resource
Officers/Deputies, contractors and school volunteer on identifying, preventing and
responding to harassment and/or bullying will be conducted.

A. At the beginning of each school year, the school principal/designee and/or appropriate
   area/district administrator shall provide awareness of this policy, as well as the process
   for reporting incidents, investigation and appeal, to students, school staff, parents or other
   persons responsible for the welfare of a pupil through appropriate references in the
   Student Code of Conduct, Employee Handbooks, the school website, and/or other
   reasonable means. In addition, staff will participate in training and/or development of the
   school's safe and supportive school climate initiative while discouraging, among other
   things, discrimination or harassment against students by students and/or school
   employees; and including safe and supportive school climate concepts in the curriculum
   and classroom management.

B. Intervention by adults and bystanders is an important step in preventing escalation and
   resolving issues at the earliest stages. Intervention will emphasize education and skill-
   building. Staff and students will receive training as part of the district's positive school
   climate initiative on strategies to recognize, respond and report acts of harassment and/or
   bullying. Students will also receive instruction on civility, citizenship, and character
   education as required by section 801-a of the Education Law, including, but not limited
   to, awareness and sensitivity to discrimination or harassment and civility in the relations
   of people of different races, weights, national origins, ethnic groups, religions, religious
   practices, mental or physical abilities, sexual orientations, genders, and sexes.

Disciplinary sanctions (consequences) and due processes for a person who commits an
act of harassment and/or bullying under this policy.

A. Concluding whether a particular action or incident constitutes a violation of this
     policy requires a determination based on all of the facts and surrounding
     circumstances, followed by the determination of disciplinary sanctions appropriate to
     the perpetrator's position within the district.

         1. Consequences and appropriate interventions for students who commit acts of
            harassment and/or bullying may range from positive behavioral interventions,
            up to, but not limited to, suspension as outlined in the Community Expectations
            Guide, and this Policy.

               a. All steps necessary to protect the victim from further violations of this
                  policy will be taken, as outlined in (reference school policies) of the
                  school district. The Superintendent/designee may take such action as
                  deemed appropriate.

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        2. Consequences and appropriate interventions for a school/district employee
           found to have committed an act of harassment and/or bullying will be instituted
           in accordance with District policies, procedures, and agreements in the Staff
           Complaint and Grievance policy. Additionally, egregious acts of harassment
           and/or bullying by certified educators may result in sanctions against an
           educator's state issued certificate

        3. Consequences and appropriate interventions for a visitor, volunteer,
           parent/guardian found to have committed an act of harassment and/or bullying
           shall be determined by the school administrator after consideration of the nature
           and circumstances of the act, including reports to appropriate law enforcement
           officials.

        4. All of the above will apply to persons, whether they are students, school
           employees, parent/guardians, or visitors/volunteers/independent contractors who
           are found to have made wrongful and intentional accusations of another as
           harassment and/or bullying.

Reporting an act of harassment and/or bullying

A.    Students may report complaints of harassment and/or bullying to any school district
      employee, faculty or staff. School employees are required to report, in writing, any
      allegations of harassment and/or bullying or violations of this Policy involving
      students to the principal/designee or appropriate area/district administrator. Failure to
      report will result in action(s) or discipline, consistent with the collective bargaining
      agreement provisions, up to and including termination of employment. Any District
      faculty or staff who suspects adult-on-adult harassment and/or bullying is strongly
      encouraged to report any concerns to the principal/designee. In the event that the
      allegation is about the principal/designee, concerns will be reported to an identified
      district official.

B.    Any other members of the school community, whether a victim or a witness, who
      have credible information that an act of harassment and/or bullying has taken place
      may file a complaint of harassment andVor bullying to the principal/designee or
      appropriate school district administrator. A written report will be filed consistent
      with section C below.

C.    Any student (and/or parent on the complainant's behalf if the complainant is a minor)
      who believes he/she is a victim of harassment and/or bullying (or any individual,
      including any student who has knowledge of any incident(s) involving harassment
      and/or bullying of students) is strongly encouraged to report the incident(s) in writing
      to a school official. Complaints must be filed in writing as soon as possible after the
      initial report and noted on the specified data system, but should be filed in writing
      within thirty (30) school days after the alleged incident (i.e., within thirty (30) school
      days of the last act of alleged harassment and/or bullying). Failure on the part of the
      victim to initiate and/or follow up on the complaint within the designated period may
      result in the complaint being deemed abandoned. For protected categories covered
      under the student code of conduct, a different timeline may apply.


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       D.    The principal/designee in the District shall establish, and prominently publicize to
             students, staff, volunteers and parents how a report of harassment and/or bullying
             may be filed and what actions may be taken.

       E.    A school district employee, school volunteer, contractor, student, parent/guardian or
             other persons who promptly report in good faith an act of harassment and/or bullying
             to the appropriate school official, and who makes this report in compliance with the
             procedures set forth in this District Policy, is immune from a cause of action for
             damages arising out of the reporting itself or any failure to remedy the reported
             incident. Submission of a good faith complaint or report of harassment and/or
             bullying will not affect the complainant or reporter's future employment, grades,
             learning or working environment or work assignments within the District. Failure of
             a school employee to report an act of harassment and/or bullying may result in
             disciplinary action.

       F.    Administrators/principal/designee(s) shall document in writing and/or via the specific
             data system all complaints regarding harassment and/or bullying, as with all
             infractions of the Student Code of Conduct, to ensure that problems are appropriately
             addressed in a timely manner, whether the report is made verbally or in writing.

       G.    Anonymous reports may be made consistent with the District's procedures (reference
             appropriate procedures, such as: drop box, electronic reporting, etc.).

VII.    Harassment and/or Bullying Complaints and Resolution

       A.    The investigation of a reported act of harassment and/or bullying of a student, school-
             based employee, parent/guardian or other persons providing service to the school is
             deemed to be a school-related activity and begins with a report of such an act. Staff
             reporting student-on-student harassing and/or bullying behavior will use the district's
             existing office discipline referral fonn-ODR (see attachment section). Staff will note
             on the ODR if the student behavior is a repeated behavior as well as if the behavior
             targets another student/staff. For less severe incidents, the administration may
             document any investigation findings, including interventions or disciplinary action
             taken on the ODR. The administrator or designee will decide if the incident warrants
             a full investigation as outlined below based on the individual circumstances
             surrounding the incident. Administration will deem what is considered a disruption
             to the school day relative to harassment and/or bullying.

       B.    Investigation - where the administrator, along with the alleged victim and the
             accused/student, may agree to informally resolve the complaint. Documented
             interviews of the victim, alleged perpetrator, and witnesses are conducted privately,
             separately and are confidential. Each individual (victim, alleged perpetrator and
             witness) will be interviewed separately, and at no time will the alleged perpetrator
             and victim be interviewed together. Each party's agreement to Informal Resolution
             must be in writing. The incident and the resolution must be documented on the
             appropriate data system.

       C.    The principal/designee and/or Investigative Designee shall document all complaints
             in writing and/or through the appropriate data system to ensure that the problems are
             addressed in a timely manner. This process is to be followed with all anonymous
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           complaints as well. Although this Policy encourages students to use the formal written
           complaint process, school officials "should investigate all complaints and reports of
           harassment and/or bullying, whether or not the complaint is in writing", as stated by the
           Office for Civil Rights in Protecting Students from Harassment and Hate Crime: A
           Guide for Schools, Part II, 1999.

   D.      If the complaint is about the principal or an area/district's staff member's direct
           supervisor, then the Area Superintendent/Designee or appropriate district
           administrator shall be asked to address the complaint.

   E.      The trained Investigative Designee(s) will make the determination if a reported act of
           bullying and/or harassment falls within the scope of the District.

                       1. If the reported act falls within the scope of the District, follow the
                          Procedures for Investigating Bullying and/or Harassment as outlined in
                          sections VIII through XVHI.
                       2. If it is outside the scope of the District, and determined an alleged
                          criminal act, refer to appropriate law enforcement, provide any
                          applicable interventions and document according to Policy.
                       3. If it is outside the scope of the District, and determined not a criminal
                          act, inform parents/guardians of all students involved, provide
                          appropriate interventions and document according to Policy.

   F.      The resolution, all interviews and interventions that take place and the corresponding
           dates shall be documented in writing and/or noted in the district specified data
           system.


VIII.    Investigation requirements for reported acts of harassment and/or bullying under
        this policy

   A. The procedures for investigating school-based harassment and/or bullying must include
      the principal/designee and/or the Investigative Designee, in the case of student-to-student
      harassment and/or bullying. For incidents at the area/district level, or for school-based
      adult-to-adult harassment and/or bullying, the appropriate administrator will be
      responsible for the investigation as outlined in this policy and will run concurrently and
      in addition, to all agreed upon procedures for staff discipline.

   B. The investigator may not be the accused or the alleged victim.

   C. The principal/designee or appropriate area/district administrator shall begin a thorough
      investigation with the alleged victim and the accused upon receiving a complaint.

   D. During the investigation, the principal/designee or appropriate area/district administrator
      may take any reasonable action necessary to protect the complainant, alleged victim,
      other students or employees consistent with the requirements of applicable regulations
      and statutes.

             1.     Documented interviews of the alleged victim, alleged perpetrator, and
                       witnesses are conducted privately, separately and are confidential.       Each
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                 individual (victim, alleged perpetrator and witnesses) will be interviewed
                 separately and at no time will the alleged perpetrator and victim be
                 interviewed together.
         2.      In the event the complainant is NOT the alledged victim, the name of the
                 complainant will not be revealed by the investigator.
         3.      In general, student complainants and/or alleged victims will continue
                 attendance at the same school and pursue their studies as directed while the
                 investigation is conducted and the complainant is pending resolution. Any
                 legal order of a court will prevail.
         4.      When necessary to carry out the investigation or for other good reasons, and
                 consistent with state and federal privacy laws, the principal/designee or
                 appropriate area/district administrator also may discuss the complaint with
                 any school district employee, the parent/guardian of the alleged victim, the
                 parent of the complainant or accused, if one or both is a minor (or has given
                 consent or is an adult who has been determined to be incompetent or unable
                 to give informed consent due to disability), and/or child protective agencies
                 responsible for investigating child abuse.
         5.      During the investigation where an employee is the accused, the
                 principal/designee or the Superintendent/Title IX Officer may take action
                 according to the school policy.
         6.      Parents of student targets and accused students should be notified within one
                 school day of allegations that are serious or involve repeated conduct.

E. Within 2 days of a complaint being filed, an investigation will be initiated by appropriate
   school personnel. Within ten (10) school days of the notification as to the filing of the
   complaint, there shall be a written decision by the Principal/Designee or appropriate
   area/district administrator regarding the completion and determination of the
   investigation. However, this time period may be extended for a reasonable period of time
   if a material witness is unable to be interviewed within ten (10) days.

F. The Principal/Designee or appropriate area/district administrator will inform all relevant
   parties in writing of the decision and the right to appeal. A copy of the decision will be
   sent to the originating school and be noted in all relevant data tracking systems including,
   but not limited to Violent and Disruptive Incident Reporting (VADIR).
G. If the accused is an employee, action may be taken, consistent with any applicable
   collective bargaining agreement provisions, to resolve a complaint of bullying

H. No retaliation of any kind is permitted in connection with an individual's having made a
   harassment and/or bullying complaint and if it occurs, it shall be deemed a criminal act.

Referral for Intervention

A. Referral of an individual to the Intervention Team (or equivalent school-based team
      with a problem-solving focus) for consideration of appropriate services may be made
      through the school problem-solving process by school personnel or parent to the
      principal/designee. Parent notification is required. At such time that a formal
      complaint is made, the principal/designee shall refer the victim(s) to the collaborative
      problem-solving team for determination of need for counseling support and
      interventions.

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     When such a report of formal discipline is made, the principal/designee shall refer the
     perpetrator(s) to the collaborative problem-solving team for determination of need for
     counseling support and interventions.

B.      If available, a referral of school or area/district personnel to the Employee Assistance
        Program (EAP) for consideration of appropriate services may be made by the
        administrator if available.

C.      School-based intervention and assistance will be determined by the Intervention
        Team and may include, but is not limited to:

          1. counseling and support to address the needs of the victims of harassment and/or
             bullying.
          2. counseling interventions to address the behavior of the students who commits
             acts of harassment and/or bullying (e.g., empathy training, anger management).
          3. intervention which includes assistance and support provided to parents.
          4. analysis and evaluation of school culture with resulting recommendations for
             interventions aimed at increasing peer ownership and support.

D.      Self referral for informal consultation: District staff, students or parents may request
        informal consultation with school staff (e.g., school social worker, school counselor,
        school psychologist, Prevention Liaison, EAP, etc.) to determine the severity of
        concern and appropriate steps to address the concern of harassment and/or bullying
        (the involved students' parents may be included) orally or in writing to the
        principal/designee.

E.      Any investigations and interventions shall be recorded on the District specified data
        system.

Incident reporting requirements

A.      The procedure for including incidents of harassment and/or bullying in the school's
        report of safety and discipline data is required (NY Article 2, Dignity For All
        Students Act). The report must include each incident of harassment arid/or bullying
        (date, time, location, person(s) involved, and witnesses) and the resulting
        consequences, including discipline, interventions and referrals. In a separate section,
        the report must include each reported incident of bullying or harassment that does not
        meet the criteria of a prohibited act under this policy, with recommendations
        regarding said incident (refer to harassment and/or bullying Reporting Forms).
B.      The School District will utilize New York State Violent and Disruptive Incident
        Reporting (VADIR) Statewide report on School Safety and Discipline Data, which
        includes bullying/harassment in its codes.

C.      Discipline, referral data, investigations, interventions, and actions of discipline shall
        be recorded on the specified district-wide data system, as with other infractions from
        the Code of Student Conduct.

Process for referral for external investigation


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       A.     If a complaint contains evidence or allegations of serious or extreme bullying, or a
              civil rights violation, the complaint shall be referred promptly to the Superintendent.
              The complainant will also be advised of other avenues to pursue their complaint,
              including contact information for state and federal authorities.

       B.     In addition, where the principal,    the principal's designee or the DAS A
              Coordinator has a reasonable suspicion that the alleged bullying incident involves
              criminal activity, he/she should immediately notify the Superintendent, who shall then
              contact the school attorney, appropriate child protection and, if appropriate, law
              enforcement authorities.

       C.     If the act is outside the scope of the District, and determined a criminal act, referral to
              appropriate law enforcement shall be made immediately, the parent will be notified,
              and the referral documented by the principal/designee in the specified data system.

       D.     While the District does not assume any liability for incidents that must be referred for
              external investigation, it encourages the provision of assistance and intervention as
              the principal/designee deems appropriate, including the use of other personnel (i.e.,
              School Resource Officer). The principal/designee shall use specified district-wide
              data system to log all reports and interventions.

XII.   Appeals process

A.             Appeal procedure for bullying by an accused student will follow the steps outlined in
               the Code of Student B.        Appeal procedure for
       bullying by an accused employee:

                1. If the accused employee wishes to appeal the action taken in resolution of the
                   complaint, such appeal shall be filed either in accordance with School Board
                   Policy or pursuant to the relevant collective bargaining agreement.
                2. For those employees not in a bargaining unit, the appeal shall be filed in
                   accordance with School Policy. In reaching a decision about the complaint, the
                   following should be taken into account:

                      a.     School Board Policy, Employee Disciplinary Guidelines; and
                      b.     Case law, state and federal laws and regulations, and the Board's
                             Policies prohibiting bullying, harassment, hazing and discrimination.
XIII. Confidentiality

       A.     To the greatest extent possible, all complaints will be treated as confidential and in
              accordance with School Board Policy; the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
              (FERPA); the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and any
              other applicable law.

       B.     Limited disclosure may be necessary to complete a thorough investigation as
              described above. The District's obligation to investigate and take corrective action
              may supersede an individual's right to privacy.

       C.     The complainant's identity and the identity of the victim shall be protected to the
              greatest extent possible, but absolute confidentiality cannot be guaranteed.
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XIV. Retaliation prohibited

       A.     Retaliation includes, but is not limited to, any form of intimidation, reprisal or
              harassment in connection with filing a complaint or assisting with an investigation
              under this policy.

       B.     Retaliatory or intimidating conduct against any individual who has made a
              harassment and/or bullying complaint or any individual who has testified, assisted, or
              participated, in any manner in an investigation is specifically prohibited and as
              detailed in this Policy shall be treated as another incident of harassment and/or
              bullying.

XV.   Additional referral

                 1. In all cases, the Schroon Lake Central School reserves the right to refer the
                        results of its' own investigation to the appropriate parties including but not
                        limited to: Law Enforcement, Clinton County DSS (PINS), Essex County
                        Probation (PINS), Clinton or Essex County Preventive Services, and/or
                        District Attorney whether or not the Schroon Lake Central School takes any
                        other action.

XVI. Constitutional Safeguard

      This policy does not imply to prohibit activity protected by the First Amendment of the
      United States Constitution.

XVII. Preclusion

      This policy should not be interpreted as to prevent victim or accused from seeking redress
      under any other available law either civil or criminal.

XVIII. Severability

      If a provision or section of this policy is or becomes illegal, invalid or unenforceable in any
      jurisdiction, that shall not affect the validity or enforceability in that jurisdiction of any
      provision or section under this policy.

XVniI. Dissemination, Monitoring, Review, and Reporting

      This policy, or a plain language summary, shall be published in student registration materials,
      student, parent and employee handbooks, and posted on the district's website. A bullying
      complaint form will be available on the district's website. The district will ensure that the
      process of reporting bullying is clearly explained.

      Each year, as part of the annual review of the Code of Conduct, this policy will be reviewed
      to assess its effectiveness and compliance with state and federal law. If changes are needed,
      revisions will be recommended to the Board for its consideration.


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  The Board will receive the annual VADIR report, for each building and for the district as
  whole, with particular attention to the trends in the incidence of bullying. In addition, the
  Board, will receive on an annual basis a more detailed report of the number of bullying
  incidents that occur, disaggregated by school, student demographic information and type of
  incident. Based on the review of the data, the Board may consider further action, including
  but not limited to modification of this policy and additional training.

  The district will ensure that reporting of information to the public will be in a manner that
  complies with student privacy rights under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
  (FERPA).


NOTE:
        Refer also to Policies;
        Code of Conduct Policy, Community Expectations Guide, Anti-Harassment Policy,
        Sexual Harassment Policy and Staff Complaint and Grievances Policy

        Refer also to Regulations;
               NYS Civil Service Law Section 75B
               USDOE Title VI, Title IX, Section 504

               AUTHORITY: EDUCATION LAW
               LAWS IMPLEMENTED: Dignity for All Students Act
               POLICY ADOPTED: February 27,2012




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