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									<   BOARD OF COOPERATIVE
    EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE BOARD


    1031 Watervliet-Shaker Road
    Albany, New York 12205
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                                       SPECIAL MEETING -- July 16, 2007

    A Special Meeting of the Board of Cooperative Educational Services of Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-
    Saratoga Counties, 1031 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Albany, New York, was held on July 16, 2007 at the
    Administrative Offices - Meeting Room. The meeting was called to order by President Lenhardt at 7:22
    p.m.

    PRESENT                                      STAFF

    Lynne Lenhardt                               Inge Jacobs
    Sandra Beloncik                              Peter Kopcha
    John Bergeron                                Henry Stopinski
    Jeff Bradt                                   Carl Strang
    Charleen DeLorenzo                           Robert Zordan
    Robert Domenici
    Kevin Kutzscher
    John Phelan
    Rose Surman
    John Yagielski
    Gerald Carozza, Chief Op. Officer
    Kathryn Gerbino, Asst. Dist. Supt.
    Mark Jones, Asst. Dist. Supt.
    Mary Roach, Attorney
    Sharon Kisby, Clerk of the Board

    It was moved by Mr. Yagielski and seconded by Mr. Phelan to accept the                 ACCEPTANCE
    agenda as presented. The motion passed unanimously.                                    OF AGENDA

    It was moved by Dr. Bergeron and seconded by Mr. Kutzscher to waive the 72 Hour        WAIVE 72 HOUR
    Notice to add items to the agenda introduced by unanimous resolution. The motion       NOTICE
    passed unanimously.

    It was moved by Mr. Phelan and seconded by Mrs. DeLorenzo to approve                   MINUTES
    the Minutes of the June 14, 2007 meeting. The motion passed unanimously.

    Dr. Carozza requested input from Board Members relating to Program Reports they
    would be interested in hearing about during the 2007-08 School Year. The following
    suggestions were made: New Visions Programs, Co-Ser process, Special Education,
    Value Added. Dr. Carozza will compile the list and share it with the Directors so
    they can prepare accordingly.

    The Board will meet on August 20 at 3:00 p.m. (prior to the Board Meeting) to review
    Strategic Plan/Goals and Objectives from 2005-06. More information will be provided
    to the Board by Dr. Carozza with documents submitted by the Administrative Staff.

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Board Members discussed the following:                                                REPORTS FROM
                                                                                      BOARD MEMBERS
-   LPN Graduation held at Proctor’s on June 28, 2007.
-   NYSSBA Resolutions Committee met on July 13, 2007. Twenty-two resolutions
    were submitted and 10 were accepted.
-   Career & Tech Lodging Management teacher Christine D'Alessandro, CEC, CCE,
    was awarded the Lamp of Knowledge Award for Outstanding Educator/High School
    by the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA). She was honored at the
    association's annual conference June 12-13 in Nashville, Tenn.

Audit Committee - Mr. Phelan (Chair) - Meeting was not held this evening due to the
   Re-Organization Meeting.

It was moved by the Audit Committee to approve the following recommendation:          AUDIT COMMITTEE
                                                                                      RECOMMENDATION
-   To accept the June 14, 2007 Audit Committee Minutes. The motion passed
    unanimously.

Human Resources Advisory Committee - Mr. Kutzscher (Chair) - Meeting held on
  June 14, 2007. Committee reviewed and made changes to Employee Benefits
  Document #106 for Confidential Employees (2005 - 2010) and Employee
  Benefits Document #105 for Managerial Employees (2005 - 2010).

It was moved by the Human Resources Advisory Committee to approve the following HUMAN RESOURCES
recommendation:                                                                  ADVISORY
                                                                                 RECOMMENDATION
- To approve the following documents:
      - Employee Benefits Document #105 for Managerial Employees (2005 - 2010)
      - Employee Benefits Document #106 for Confidential Employees (2005 - 2010)

It was moved by Mr. Yagielski to amend page 11 in both documents under “Life Insurance”
to read “Term Life Insurance”.

It was moved by the Human Resources Advisory Committee to approve the documents
as amended. The motion passed unanimously

Ad Hoc Committee on Leadership Transition - Mr. Yagielski (Chair) - A Zoomerang was
   sent out to staff. Comments will be shared with the Chief Operating Office and
   the new District Superintendent.

Component/Community Relations Advisory Committee - Mrs. Beloncik (Chair) - The
  committee does not feel that the previously discussed “Fall Open House” will be an
  option this year. They have decided that it would be best to work to refine and
  improve the changes made to the April 2007 Annual Meeting. Committee will meet
  in September.
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Policy Advisory Committee - Dr. Bergeron (Chair) - Board Members were reminded that
   the Policy Manual is on the website and that we have contracted with NYSSBA to
   assist us in updating the manual. Committee will look at meeting a night other than
   a Board Meeting night to meet in order to have more time to review policies.
   Committee members will be advised once the date is chosen.

Facilities and Finance Planning Committee - Mr. Phelan (Chair) - The committee has
   not had a need to meet. There was a an expenditure due to a sink hole in the
   Maywood parking lot.

Dr. Gerald Carozza and Mr. Jeff Bradt presented brief updates on the Tech Valley         TECH VALLEY
High School.                                                                             HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                                         UPDATE

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Phelan to approve the                  GRANT
following. The motion passed unanimously.                                                CONSIDERATIONS
                                                                                         (Applications)

1.   Permission for the Career and Technical Education Division to apply for a grant
     entitled “Workforce Investment Act Title II for Adult Education Basic Education and
     Literacy Service Program (Albany-Rensselaer-Schenectady County)” in the amount of
     $88,609. The purpose of the grant is to continue basic and occupational educational
     opportunities which will enable adults to acquire the skills necessary to function
     successfully in society, enable adults to continue their basic education through at least
     the completion of secondary school.

2.   Permission for the Career and Technical Education Division to apply for a grant
     entitled “2007-2008 Perkins” in the amount of $344,011. The purpose of the grant is
     to improve and develop Career and Technical Education Programs.

3.   Request permission for the Career and Technical Education Division to apply for a
     grant entitled “Workforce Investment Act Title II for Adult Basic Education and
     Literacy Service Program (Fulton-Montgomery-Schoharie County)” in the amount of
     $76,718. The purpose of the grant is to continue basic and occupational educational
     opportunities which will enable adults to acquire the skills necessary to function
     successfully in society, enable adults to continue their basic education through at least
     the completion of secondary school.

4.   Permission for School Support Services Division to apply for a grant entitled,
     “Underage Drinking Environmental Prevention Strategies” in the amount of $15,000.
     The purpose of the grant is to continue to collaborate with Schenectady County STOP
     DWI and the local police departments on responsible serving training and on premise
     and off premise compliance checks.

It was moved by Mr. Phelan and seconded by Dr. Bergeron to enter into Executive          EXECUTIVE
Session at 8:08 p.m. to review Tenure Recommendations and to discuss specific            SESSION
contractual issues. The motion passed unanimously.

The Regular Session reconvened at 8:25 p.m.                                              REGULAR
                                                                                         SESSION
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It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Domenici       to approve the       BID AWARDS
following. The motion passed unanimously.

1.        A current purchase from an existing bid valid for the period of August 1,
     2006 through July 31, 2007.

     Bid No. 03-1069          Financing: Installment Purchase Contracts

     Award to:      Chase Equipment Leasing, Inc.
                    Rochester, New York Amount:         $19,411.44/year
                        (3 year I/P – Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES)

                                            Amount:      $68,209.92/year
                         (3 year I/P – Schenectady City School District)

                                            Amount:       $26,147.76/year
                         (3 year I/P – Watervliet City School District-Elementary)

                                            Amount:       $37,980.24/year
                         (3 year I/P – Watervliet City School District-High School)

          Adoption of the following Installment Purchase Resolutions which are
     associated with the above bid (03-1069):

           WHEREAS, the Board of Cooperative Educational Services proposes to enter
     into an Installment/Purchase Agreement for PC LAN Equipment/Software in order
     to serve the to serve the needs of the Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES, pursuant
     to Education Law 1950(4) (r) (w) and General Municipal Law 119-b, therefore it is
           RESOLVED, that the Installment/Purchase Agreement is in the best interests
     of the BOCES and the Franklin Essex Hamilton BOCES, because the use of the
     equipment to be acquired will result in increased efficiency to the Franklin Essex
     Hamilton BOCES, because BOCES has a duty to provide services to the Franklin
     Essex Hamilton BOCES, because neither BOCES nor the Franklin-Essex-Hamilton
     BOCES have sufficient funds available to be able to purchase the equipment, and
     because Chase Equipment Leasing, Inc. is the lowest conforming bidder, and it is
     further
           RESOLVED, that the proposed Installment/Purchase Agreement for the PC
     LAN Equipment/Software with Chase Equipment Leasing, Inc., for a term of
     three years at an annual payment of approximately $19,411.44, be approved and the
     President of the Board be authorized to execute such agreement, including related
     license and maintenance contracts, as required.
     District: Franklin Essex Hamilton BOCES                  Lease #1000131155
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           WHEREAS, the Board of Cooperative Educational Services proposes to enter
     into an Installment/Purchase Agreement for PC LAN Equipment/Software in order
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     to serve the needs of Schenectady City School District, pursuant to Education Law
     1950(4) (r) (w) and General Municipal Law 119-b, therefore it is
            RESOLVED, that the Installment/Purchase Agreement is in the best interests
     of the BOCES and the school district, because the use of the equipment to be
     acquired will result in increased efficiency to the school district, because BOCES
     has a duty to provide services to school districts, because neither BOCES nor the
     school district have sufficient funds available to be able to purchase the equipment,
     and because Chase Equipment Leasing, Inc. is the lowest conforming bidder, and
     it is further
            RESOLVED, that the proposed Installment/Purchase Agreement for the PC
     LAN Equipment/Software with Chase Equipment Leasing, Inc., for a term of
     three years at an annual payment of approximately $68,209.92, be approved and the
     President of the Board be authorized to execute such agreement, including related
     license and maintenance contracts, as required.
     District: Schenectady City School District                Lease #1000131156

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            WHEREAS, the Board of Cooperative Educational Services proposes to enter
     into an Installment/Purchase Agreement for PC LAN Equipment/Software in order
     to serve the needs of the Watervliet City School District, pursuant to Education
     Law 1950(4) (r) (w) and General Municipal Law 119-b, therefore it is
            RESOLVED, that the Installment/Purchase Agreement is in the best interests
     of the BOCES and the school district, because the use of the equipment to be
     acquired will result in increased efficiency to the school district, because BOCES
     has a duty to provide services to school districts, because neither BOCES nor the
     school district have sufficient funds available to be able to purchase the equipment,
     and because Chase Equipment Leasing, Inc. is the lowest conforming bidder, and
     it is further
            RESOLVED, that the proposed Installment/Purchase Agreement for the PC
     LAN Equipment/Software with Chase Equipment Leasing, Inc., for a term of
     three years at an annual payment of approximately $26,147.76, be approved and the
     President of the Board be authorized to execute such agreement, including related
     license and maintenance contracts, as required.
     District: Watervliet City School District-Elementary Lease #1000131157

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           WHEREAS, the Board of Cooperative Educational Services proposes to enter
     into an Installment/Purchase Agreement for PC LAN Equipment/Software in order
     to serve the needs of the Watervliet City School District, pursuant to Education
     Law 1950(4) (r) (w) and General Municipal Law 119-b, therefore it is
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            RESOLVED, that the Installment/Purchase Agreement is in the best interests
     of the BOCES and the school district, because the use of the equipment to be
     acquired will result in increased efficiency to the school district, because BOCES
     has a duty to provide services to school districts, because neither BOCES nor the
     school district have sufficient funds available to be able to purchase the equipment,
     and because Chase Equipment Leasing, Inc. is the lowest conforming bidder, and
     it is further
            RESOLVED, that the proposed Installment/Purchase Agreement for the PC
     LAN Equipment/Software with Chase Equipment Leasing, Inc., for a term of
     three years at an annual payment of approximately $37,980.24, be approved and the
     President of the Board be authorized to execute such agreement, including related
     license and maintenance contracts, as required.
     District: Watervliet City School District-High School Lease #1000131164

2.   Bid No. 06-034      Custodial Supplies

           This bid covers the purchase of supply items such as: paper products, plastic
     bags, cleaning products, floor stripper and finish, brooms, sponges, hand soap,
     scrubbing and buffing pads. This bid will be effective July 1, 2007 through June 30,
     2008.

     Award to:      Calico Industries, Inc.
                    Annapolis Junction, Maryland       Amount:     $802.57

                    Central Poly Corp
                    Linden, New Jersey                 Amount:     $296.00

                    EA Morse/Dagwell
                    Hudson, New York                   Amount:$22,532.16

                    Hill & Markes Inc.
                    Amsterdam, New York                Amount:      $51.31

                    Industries for the Blind of NYS
                    Albany, New York                   Amount:     $264.00

                    Marty’s True Value Hardware
                    Schenectady, New York              Amount:     $892.02

                    Metco Supply
                    Leechburg, Pennsylvania            Amount:      $78.96

                    MSC Industrial Supply Co.
                    Agawam, Massachusetts              Amount:     $319.85

                    Pyramid School Products
                    Tampa, Florida                     Amount: $1,508.64
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                    R.H. Crown Co.
                    Johnstown, New York                 Amount:     $110.02

                    Swish Maintenance, LTD.
                    Burlington, Vermont                 Amount: $1,982.50

                    UniPak Corp.
                    Brooklyn, New York                  Amount:$19,598.60

3.   It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Domenici to approve the          BID EXTENSIONS
     following bid extensions. The motion passed unanimously.

     Bid No. 03-1078          CDL Training Services

          Extension of the current bid for CDL Training Services for the training of
     Career and Technical adult education students to obtain CDL certification. The
     extension will be effective September 15, 2007 through September 14, 2008. The
     following bidder will be included in this extension:

     Vendor: The CDL School, Inc.
             Menands, New York           Amount: 24.46% of the tuition of each student

     Bid No. 04-020           Uniform Rental Services

           Extension of the current bid for the rental of coveralls used in the Auto Mech
     and Auto Body classes at the Career and Technical Schools. The extension will be
     effective October 1, 2007 through September 30, 2009. The following bidder will
     be included in this extension:
     Vendor: Coyne Textile Services
             Schenectady, New York Amount: $18,000.00 approximate annual cost
     Bid No. 05-027           Catering Services
           Extension of the current bid for catering services which covers the preparation
     and delivery of food and beverage items for BOCES sponsored meetings, workshops
     and training services. The extension will be effective October 1, 2007 through
     September 30, 2008. The following bidder will be included in this extension:
     Vendor: Maurice’s Central Delicatessen, LLC
             Albany, New York      Amount: varies depending on actual usage by BOCES

     Pricing per person offered by the vendor is as follows;

                              9-15 persons 16-35 persons 36-70 persons
     Breaks

     AM Break                      $3.95           $3.85          $3.75
     PM Break                      $3.55           $3.50          $3.45
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     Lunch

     Cold Buffet No. 1              $9.05           $8.95           $8.85
     Cold Buffet No. 2              $8.95           $8.85           $8.80
     Cold Buffet No. 3              $8.50           $8.45           $8.40
     Cold Buffet No. 4              $9.05           $8.95           $8.85

     Lunch/Dinner

     Hot Buffet No. 1               $7.20           $7.35           $7.30
     Hot Buffet No. 2               $7.35           $7.50           $7.45
     Hot Buffet No. 3               $9.10           $9.15           $9.10

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Domenici to authorize the             AUTHORIZATION
following. The motion passed unanimously.                                               TO BORROW
                                                                                        FUNDS IN
      WHEREAS, the Board of Cooperative Educational Services for the Sole               ANTICIPATION OF
Supervisory District of Albany, Schoharie, Schenectady and Saratoga Counties,           REVENUE
New York (the “District”) has been advised by the District Treasurer that certain
funds are anticipated to be received on account of services rendered by the District,
and that expenses payable by the District in the amount of $18,626,755 will
become due prior to the receipt of said funds; and

      WHEREAS, the District desires to issue a $8,500,000 Revenue Anticipation
Note to finance the cash flow needs as determined by the Treasurer of the District
prior to the receipt of such funds;

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of the District (the
“Board”), as follows:

Section 1. The District is hereby authorized to issue a $8,500,000 Revenue
     Anticipation Note pursuant to Section 25.00 of the Local Finance Law of
     the State of New York, constituting Chapter 33-a of the Consolidated Laws of
     the State of New York (the “Local Finance Law”), in anticipation of the
     collection of revenues other than real estate taxes or assessments.

Section 2. The Revenue Anticipation Note shall be issued in anticipation of the
     collection of revenues from component school districts, as well as aid payments
     from the State of New York to meet cash flow needs as determined by the
     Treasurer of the District.

Section 3. The fiscal year in which such revenues are due and payable is 2007-2008.

Section 4. The total amount of uncollected revenues against which the Revenue
     Anticipation Note is authorized to be issued is $47,103,509.

Section 5. The Revenue Anticipation Note shall mature not later than one (1) year
     from the date of issuance.
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Section 6. In the event that the aforesaid revenues are not received on or before the
     maturity date of the Revenue Anticipation Note, the Note may be renewed for
     a period not exceeding one (1) year; provided, however, that the maturity of any
     such renewal notes shall not extend beyond the expiration of the second fiscal
     year succeeding the fiscal year in which the original Revenue Anticipation Note
     was issued. Renewal notes may not be issued in an amount in excess of the
     difference between the amount of the uncollected or unreceived revenues in
     anticipation of which the original Revenue Anticipation Note was issued and the
     amount of any other outstanding notes issued in anticipation of the collection or
     receipt of such revenues.

Section 7. Pursuant to Section 25.00(g) of the Local Finance Law, so much of the
     aforesaid revenues necessary to pay the Note, when collected or received by the
     District, shall be set aside in a special bank account to be used only for the payment
     of the Note.

Section 8. The Revenue Anticipation Note authorized by this Resolution shall contain
     the recital of validity prescribed by Section 52.00 of the Local Finance Law and
     shall be general obligation of the District, payable as to both principal and interest
     from revenues received from the District’s operations. The faith and credit of the
     District is hereby irrevocably pledged to the punctual payment of the principal of
     and interest on said Note. Provisions shall be made in the budget of the District for
     the payment of the Note, to the extent that the receipt or collection of revenues
     sufficient to pay the Note cannot be reasonably anticipated.

Section 9. Subject to the provisions of this Resolution and the Local Finance Law, and
     pursuant to the provisions of Sections 30.00, 50.00 and 56.00 to 60.00 of the Local
     Finance Law, the power and duties of the Board, relative to prescribing the terms,
     form and content as to the sale and issuance of the Notes and any renewals thereof,
     are hereby delegated to the President of the District, the chief fiscal officer of the
     District.

Section 10.     The District hereby covenants and agrees with the holders from time to
     time of the Revenue Anticipation Notes, and any renewals thereof, that the
     District will faithfully observe and comply with all the provisions of the United
     States Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”), and any proposed
     or final regulations of the Internal Revenue Service issued pursuant thereto (the
     “Regulations”) unless, in the opinion of Bond Counsel to the District, such
     compliance is not required by the Code and Regulations to maintain the Federal tax-
     exemption of interest on said obligations from Federal income taxation.

Section 11.     This Resolution shall take effect immediately.

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Domenici to adopt the following COOPERATIVE BID
Cooperative Bid Resolution which will authorize this BOCES to participate in the  RESOLUTIONS
joint agreement for RIC to RIC Connectivity. The Monroe 1 BOCES will coordinate
this cooperative effort. The motion passed unanimously.

     WHEREAS, it is the plan of a number of BOCES districts in New York State, to
agree to bid jointly for RIC to RIC Connectivity, and
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     WHEREAS, the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga Board of Cooperative
Educational Services is desirous of participating with other BOCES districts in New
York State in the joint agreement for the above mentioned connectivity as authorized
by General Municipal Law, Section 119-0, and,

      BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Cooperative Educational Services of
Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga Counties hereby authorizes Monroe 1 BOCES
to represent it in all matters leading up to the entering into a contract for the purchase
of the above mentioned connectivity, and,

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of Cooperative Educational
Services of Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga Counties agrees to assume its
equitable share of the costs of the Agreement, and

     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of Cooperative Educational
Services of Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga Counties agrees: (1) to abide by
majority decisions of the participating districts on quality standards; (2) it will negotiate
contracts according to the recommendations; (3) that after contract agreement it will
conduct all negotiations directly with the vendor.

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Domenici to adopt the following
Cooperative Bid Resolution which will authorize this BOCES to participate in a
Statewide Cooperative Bid for the acquisition of computers and supplies to support
Project Lead the Way. The Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES will coordinate this
cooperative effort. The motion passed unanimously.

     WHEREAS, is it the plan of a number of Boards of Cooperative Educational
Services in New York State, to bid jointly on computers and technology supplies to
support Project Lead the Way, and

     WHEREAS, the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga Board of Cooperative
Educational Services is desirous of participating with other Boards of Cooperative
Educational Services in New York State in the joint bidding of the commodities
mentioned above as authorized by General Municipal Law, Section 110-0, and

     WHEREAS, the Board of Cooperative Educational Services has received and
reviewed the Cooperative Bid Procedures governing its rights and responsibilities
should it elect to participate in the joint bidding of the items; therefore,

     BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Cooperative Educational Services of
Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga Counties hereby appoints Monroe 2-Orleans
Board of Cooperative Educational Services to represent it in all matters related above
which are relative to the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2007, and

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of Cooperative Educational Services
of Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga Counties agrees to assume its equitable share
of the costs of the cooperative bidding, and
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      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of Cooperative Educational
Services of Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga Counties agrees: (1) to abide by
majority decisions of Cooperative Educational Services districts on quality standards;
(2) that unless all bids are rejected, it will award contracts according to the
recommendations of the Monroe 2-Orleans Board of Cooperative Educational Services.

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Domenici to adopt the following RESOLUTION TO
resolution which would permit the BOCES to standardize on specific NCS Pearson,   STANDARDIZE
Inc. scanner maintenance services. The motion passed unanimously.

      WHEREAS, the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga Board of Cooperative
Educational Services desires to enhance existing and acquire additional NCS Pearson,
Inc. scanner maintenance services, and

     WHEREAS, said NCS Pearson, Inc. scanner maintenance services is designed to
work in a specific manner to provide scanner maintenance services, a factor which is
essential to the efficient operation of the NCS Pearson, Inc. scanner maintenance services,
and

     WHEREAS, NCS Pearson, Inc. is the sole source provider of the scanner
maintenance services as described herein,

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that there is a need to standardize
future purchases of NCS Pearson in order to provide efficiency and technical support of
said scanner maintenance services, and

     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga
Board of Cooperative Educational Services hereby authorizes to standardize on future
purchases of all such scanner maintenance services by limiting such future purchases to
products manufactured by NCS Pearson, Inc., and

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that contracts for the purchase of such
standardized scanner maintenance services be made to the lowest responsible bidders
after advertisement for sealed bids, as provided in General Municipal Law, Section 103, and

     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution shall be in effect for a period of
twelve months from the date of adoption.

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Domenici to adopt the                 SOLE SOURCE
following Sole Source Resolutions. The motion passed unanimously.                       RESOLUTION

1.         Resolution designating Mindex Technologies, Inc. to be the sole source
     provider of certain SchoolTool software, needed by the Albany-Schoharie-
     Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES, to provide services to a number of school
     districts.

          WHEREAS, items which can only be purchased from one source are an
     exception to Section 103 of the General Municipal Law and therefore are not subject
     to competitive bidding requirements, and
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           WHEREAS, Mindex Technologies, Inc. is the manufacturer of the SchoolTool
     software as standardized by the board and the sole source provider to educational
     institutions for the purchase of SchoolTool software, and

          WHEREAS, Albany- Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES currently
     provides the above SchoolTool software to component school districts for their use,
     and

          THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-
     Saratoga BOCES hereby determines that Mindex Technologies, Inc. is the sole source
     provider for the SchoolTool software, and

          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution shall be in effect for a
     period of twelve months from the date of adoption.

2.         Resolution designating Que Centre, LLC. to be the sole source provider of
     certain Que Centre software modules needed by the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-
     Saratoga BOCES, to provide services to NERIC and a number of school districts.

          WHEREAS, items which can only be purchased from one source are an
     exception to Section 103 of the General Municipal Law and therefore are not subject
     to competitive bidding requirements, and

          WHEREAS, Que Centre, LLC. is the licensor of said Que Centre software
     modules as standardized by the board and the sole source provider to NERIC and
     educational institutions for the purchase of such software modules, and

           WHEREAS, Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES currently
     provides the above Que Centre software modules to NERIC and component school
     districts for their use, and

           THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-
     Saratoga BOCES hereby determines that Que Centre, LLC. is the sole source provider
     for the above Que Center software modules, and

          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution shall be in effect for a
     period of twelve months from the date of adoption.

3.         Resolution designating KMQ Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a Tailwind Associates, to
     be the sole source provider of certain disaster recovery consulting services needed by
     the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES, to provide services to NERIC and
     a number of school districts.

          WHEREAS, items which can only be purchased from one source are an
     exception to Section 103 of the General Municipal Law and therefore are not subject
     to competitive bidding requirements, and

          WHEREAS, KMQ Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a Tailwind Associates, is the
     consultant of said disaster recovery consulting services and the sole source provider to
     NERIC and educational institutions for the purchase of such disaster recovery
     consulting services, and
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           WHEREAS, Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES currently
      provides the above disaster recovery consulting services to NERIC and component
     school districts for their use, and

           THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-
     Saratoga BOCES hereby determines that KMQ Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a Tailwind
     Associates, is the sole source provider for the above disaster recovery consulting
     services, and

          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution shall be in effect for a
     period of twelve months from the date of adoption.

4.         Resolution designating NCS Pearson, Inc. to be the sole source provider of
     certain scanner maintenance services needed by the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-
     Saratoga BOCES, to provide services to NERIC and a number of school districts.

          WHEREAS, items which can only be purchased from one source are an
     exception to Section 103 of the General Municipal Law and therefore are not subject
     to competitive bidding requirements, and
           WHEREAS, NCS Pearson is the sole source provider of said scanner
     maintenance services as standardized by the board and the sole source provider to
     NERIC and educational institutions for the purchase of such scanner maintenance
     services, and
           WHEREAS, Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES currently
     provides the above scanner maintenance services to NERIC and component school
     districts for their use, and

          THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-
     Saratoga BOCES hereby determines that NCS Pearson, Inc. is the sole source
     provider for the above scanner maintenance services, and

          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution shall be in effect for a
     period of twelve months from the date of adoption.

5.        Resolution designating PLATO, Inc. to be the sole source provider of certain
     educational curriculum, assessment, correlation, management, and resource software
     products and services, collectively referred to as the PLATO Products, needed by the
     Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES, to provide services to a number of
     school districts.

          WHEREAS, items which can only be purchased from one source are an
     exception to Section 103 of the General Municipal Law and therefore are not subject
     to competitive bidding requirements, and

           WHEREAS, PLATO, Inc. is the manufacturer of the PLATO Products as
     standardized by the board and the sole source provider to educational institutions for
     the purchase of such software, and
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          WHEREAS, Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES currently
     provides the above software and services to component school districts for their use,
     and

           THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-
     Saratoga BOCES hereby determines that PLATO, Inc. is the sole source provider for
     the above PLATO Products, and

          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution shall be in effect for a
     period of twelve months from the date of adoption.

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Domenici to approve the               CONTRACT
following. The motion passed unanimously.                                               CONSIDERATIONS

1.   Preliminary agreement(s) between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga
     BOCES and the following BOCES. The agreement(s) reflect the services to be
     provided to the Capital Region BOCES during the 2007-08 School Year.

     BOCES                                      Preliminary Amount

     Broome                                          $70,924.03
     Erie 1                                          $17,034.00
     Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery                      $15,000.00
     Monroe 2                                       $152,130.00
     Schuyler-Steuben-Chemung (GST)                   $6,000.00
     Washington-Saratoga-Warren                   $1,520,945.30

2.   Agreements between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and the
     following school districts for classroom rental and ancillary services to be provided to
     BOCES during the 2007-08 School Year.

              District              Ancillary       Classroom        Distance     Education
                                    Services          Rental         Learning   Academy/CTE
     Berne-Knox-Westerlo                                               $1,000
     Bethlehem                       $28,500         $24,000 (2)
     Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake       $28,500         $24,000 (2)
     Cobleskill-Richmondville        $14,250                           $1,000         $12,000
     Cohoes                          $35,500         $24,000 (2)       $1,000
     Duanesburg                      $14,250         $12,000 (1)       $1,000
     Guilderland                    $250,250       $156,000 (13)
     Middleburgh                                                       $1,000
     Mohonasen                      $214,750       $132,000 (11)       $1,000
     Niskayuna                      $171,750        $108,000 (9)
     North Colonie                  $114,500         $72,000 (6)
     Schalmont                       $28,500         $96,000 (8)       $1,000
     Schenectady                     $71,500         $48,000 (4)
     Schoharie                                                         $1,000
     Scotia-Glenville               $114,500         $72,000 (6)       $1,000
     Sharon Springs                                                    $1,000
     Shenendehowa                     $28,500        $24,000 (2)
     South Colonie                    $14,250        $12,000 (1)
                           Total   $1,129,500      $804,000 (67)      $10,000         $12,000
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3.   A lease renewal agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga
     BOCES and Anderson Development Corporation, 125 Wolf Road, Albany, New
     York 12205. The BOCES will continue to lease 194 sq. ft. of space at 125 Wolf
     Road, Albany, New York to house the BOCES Employee Assistance Program. The
     annual rent is $5,400 ($27.84 per sq. ft). The lease period is July 1, 2007 through
     June 30, 2008. The rent remains unchanged from the 2006-07 School Year.

4.   An agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and
     Blue Cross Blue Shield of Utica-Watertown, Utica Business Park, 12 Rhoads
     Drive, Utica, New York 13502. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Utica-Watertown will
     provide participating BOCES North Country employees with health insurance for the
     period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008. Rates are as follows:

     Blue Cross Blue Shield of Utica-Watertown Health Plan HMO Blue
                      Medical Only 2007-08       Medical & Prescription Drug 2006-07
     Individual                 $619.46/month          (Present Rate $668.45/month)
     Family                   $1,594.24/month          (Present Rate $1,713.25/month)
     Medicare Individual        $619.46/month          (Present Rate $668.45/month)
     Medicare Family          $1,594.24/month          (Present Rate $1,713.25/month)

5.   An amended agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga
     BOCES and Capital District Physicians Health Plan (CDPHP), 1223 Washington
     Avenue, Albany, New York. Capital District Physicians Health Plan will provide
     participating BOCES employees with specific health insurance for the period July 1,
     2007 to June 30, 2008. Rates are as follows:

     Capital District Physicians Health Plan
                        Medical Only 2007-08        Medical & Prescription Drug 2006-07
     Individual                  $342.82/month        (Present Rate $396.53/month)
     Family                      $879.35/month        (Present Rate $1,017.13/month)
     Individual (Medicare)       $342.82/month        (Present Rate $396.53/month)
     Family (Medicare)           $879.35/month        (Present Rate $1,017.13/month)

6.   An agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and
     Blue Shield of Northeastern New York, 30 Century Hill Drive, Latham, New York
     12110. Blue Shield will provide participating BOCES employees with health
     insurance for the period July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008. Rates are as follows:

     Community Blue HMO
                     Medical Only 2007-08           Medical & Prescription Drug 2006-07
     Individual              $414.19/month            (Present Rate $466.89/month)
     Family                $1,076.88/month            (Present Rate $1,213.92/month)
     Medicare                $414.19/month            (Present Rate $466.89/month)
     Medicare Family       $1,076.88/month            (Present Rate $1,213.92/month)

7.   An amended agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES
     and UNUM/Provident Life Insurance Company of America, 100 Northfield Drive,
     2nd Floor, Windsor, Connecticut 06095. UNUM will provide eligible BOCES
     employees and eligible retirees with life insurance coverage for the period July 1, 2007
     to June 30, 2008. The renewal rate will be fifteen and eight one hundredth cents ($.158)
     for each $1,000 of salary; the 2006-07 rate was fifteen and one half cents ($.155).
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8.    An agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and the
      Duanesburg Central School District, 133 School Drive, Delanson, New York
      12053. The Duanesburg Central School District will sponsor various self-sustaining
      instructional programs for adults during the 2007-08 School Year. The programs will
      developed and provided by BOCES. The sponsorship agreement is a requirement of
      the State Education Department. There are no fees involved.

9.    An agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and
      Guilderland Central Schools, 6076 State Farm Road, Guilderland, New York
      12084. The Guilderland Central School District will host the Reading and Writing
      Institutes on July 17 through 19 and August 7 through 9, 2007 respectively. BOCES
      will pay up to a maximum of $22,100.

10.   An agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and
      Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC), 99 Washington Avenue, Room
      1450, Albany, New York 12255. HESC will provide loan guarantee programs for
      students enrolled in the Adult Practical Nursing Program. There is no expiration date
      to this contract.

11.   An agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and
      KMQ Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a Tailwind Associates, 1462 Erie Boulevard,
      Schenectady, New York 12305. KMQ will provide disaster recovery consulting
      services in the amount of $46,500 for Option 2. The contract period is approximately
      July 23, 2007 through June 30, 2008.

12.   An extension agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga
      BOCES and Mindex Technologies, Inc., 3495 Winton Place, E-4, Rochester, New
      York 14623, in the amount of $4.17/student for maintenance and supplies. Mindex
      Technologies, Inc. will continue to provide SchoolTool software per the terms of the
      original agreement (approved on June 19, 2006 and stipulated automatic renewals.)
      The extension period is July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.

13.   An amended agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga
      BOCES and the New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS),
      7 Elk Street, Albany, New York 12207. NYSCOSS will provide staff development
      to district teams of administrators and teachers from across New York State which
      focuses on improving student achievement. The BOCES will remit to NYSCOSS a
      fee of $1,250 per person for the first five members of each district team and $1,000
      per person for every person over the first five members of a district team. The
      contract period is September 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007. (Contract approved June
      14th incorrectly stated contract period as September 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.)

14.   An agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and Que
      Centre, LLC., 25 North Washington Street, Rochester, NY 14614. Que Centre will
      provide computerized maintenance management software to assist school districts in
      processing daily work requests in a timely, organized process. The amount will vary
      by district based on the software modules chosen by each district. The contract period
      is July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.
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15.   An agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and
      SAS, SAS Campus Drive, Cary, North Carolina 27513. SAS will provide test
      scores in district/school reports per student and password-protected web reports as it
      relates to the Value Added Assessment Initiative for participating schools. The
      BOCES will pay $1.00/student for the District Reports and $1.50/student for web
      reports for a total of $18,944. The contract period is July 1, 2006 through June 30,
      2007.

16.   An agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and
      SAS, SAS Campus Drive, Cary, North Carolina 27513. SAS will provide data
      analysis through district/school reports and password-protected web reports as it
      relates to the Value Added Assessment Initiative for participating schools. The
      BOCES will pay $1.00/student for the district reports and $1.50/student for web
      reports. The contract period is July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.

17.   An agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and
      Schoharie County Community Action Program, Inc., 795 – 5 East Main
      Street, Cobleskill, New York 12043. The agreement will provide BOCES with
      ACCESS support for Schoharie County resulting in a better workforce. BOCES will
      pay a fee of $54,427. The contract period is from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.

18.   An agreement between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES and the
      SUNY at Albany College of Arts and Sciences, 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany,
      New York 12222. SUNY at Albany will provide Career and Technical School
      students from the New Visions Law and Government and Public Communications
      Programs with access to higher education courses submitted on the 2007-2008
      planning sheet/class schedule for University at Albany credit.

19.   Amended agreements between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga BOCES
      and the following school districts, agencies and other BOCES. The amended
      agreements more accurately reflect the services provided by the Capital Region
      BOCES during the 2006-07 school year.

                                          COMPONENTS

                                              Preliminary                   Amended

      Berne-Knox-Westerlo                   $2,110,468.50               $2,268,653.52
      Bethlehem                             $2,024,935.97               $2,865,125.28
      Burnt Hills                           $2,407,805.32               $2,523,588.58
      Cobleskill                            $1,796,109.71               $1,851,154.92
      Cohoes                                $1,453,680.10               $1,736,546.48
      Duanesburg                            $1,011,996.21               $1,761,440.44
      Green Island                            $495,937.15                $684,259.41
      Guilderland                           $3,441,128.52               $4,373,534.32
      Maplewood                               $105,379.36                 $160,748.11
      Menands                                 $321,369.44                 $469,147.78
      Middleburgh                             $890,895.73               $1,070,440.07
      Mohonasen                             $2,229,636.11               $2,672,642.63
      Niskayuna                             $1,235,184.50               $3,007,734.44
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     North Colonie                    $750,249.42    $1,036,464.91
     Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk        $2,869,523.64    $3,278,026.79
     Schalmont                      $2,434,669.05    $2,813,628.91
     Schenectady                    $7,014,065.93   $10,445,004.69
     Schoharie                        $569,505.30    $1,279,291.66
     Scotia-Glenville               $1,506,756.91    $4,071,795.39
     Sharon Springs                   $206,335.32      $638,181.32
     Shenendehowa                   $4,083,188.69    $6,840,359.54
     South Colonie                  $1,475,762.31    $2,670,610.91
     Voorheesville                  $1,102,588.50    $1,296,067.95
     Watervliet                     $2,691,870.25    $3,690,647.34

                                   OTHER BOCES

                                     Preliminary        Amended

     Broome                                             $13,537.52
     Clinton                        $2,441,037.27    $2,793,145.10
     Delaware                                           $12,259.82
     Dutchess                                            $2,129.84
     Eastern Suffolk                                    $27,146.04
     Erie #1                                            $42,178.80
     Erie #2                                               $333.94
     Franklin                       $1,557,788.40    $1,756,749.94
     Hamilton                       $1,833,066.08    $2,713,161.92
     Herkimer                                            $1,584.84
     Jefferson-Lewis                                       $597.60
     Madison                                             $8,078.76
     Monroe #1                                           $6,411.00
     Nassau                                             $11,300.20
     Onondaga                                           $21,271.60
     Orange-Ulster                    $17,430.53      $343,449.67
     Otsego                                             $91,218.88
     Putnam                                             $10,303.80
     Questar                        $2,558,393.57    $5,346,405.67
     Rockland County                                     $1,045.00
     Schuyler-Chemung                                    $6,445.60
     Southern Westchester                               $14,064.00
     St. Lawrence                   $1,443,965.67    $1,907,487.85
     Suffolk                                            $18,285.00
     Sullivan                          $7,257.43      $115,464.06
     Ulster                                             $61,514.62
     Washington                     $2,809,584.29    $5,743,868.68
     Wayne-Fingerlakes                                   $7,161.00
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                                   NON-COMPONENTS

                                          Preliminary       Amended

     Academy of Holy Names                                  $10,115.27
     Achievement Academy Charter Schl        $1,421.25       $3,209.35
     Albany Academy for Boys                                 $2,003.10
     Albany Catholic Diocese                 $8,840.00       $8,840.00
     Albany City                         $2,338,366.80   $4,590,480.37
     Albany Prep Charter Schl                  $947.50       $2,659.70
     ARK Community Charter School              $727.68       $2,711.04
     Augustinian Academy                                       $765.36
     Bethlehem Children’s School                              $250.00
     Bishop Maginn                                             $655.00
     Brighter Choices Charter Schl             $879.28       $3,251.90
     Brown School                                            $4,886.75
     CBA                                                     $3,676.10
     Christ the King                         $1,780.00       $1,780.00
     Dorothy Nolan                                              $94.00
     Fonda-Fultonville CSD                                   $2,834.49
     Hebrew Academy                                            $467.97
     Holy Family                                             $1,212.94
     Holy Name School                                          $412.50
     IHC Jr. Sr. High School                                   $401.74
     IHC Elementary                                          $1,425.04
     International Charter School Schdy      $4,244.80      $14,686.65
     KIPP Tech Valley Charter School         $1,421.25       $3,291.75
     Kolburne CSD                                              $455.00
     Lamb of God Christian School                               $44.25
     LaSalle Institute                                        $905.00
     Maimonides Hebrew Academy                                $147.50
     New Covenant Charter School             $4,320.60      $15,684.44
     NYC Board of Education                                 $43,763.00
     Northeast Parent                          $240.61      $23,508.26
     Notre Dame Bishop Gibbons                               $1,465.00
     Our Savior's Lutheran School                              $324.50
     Parsons                                                 $3,790.27
     Schenectady Christian School                             $620.25
     St. Agnes School                                          $395.20
     St. Anne Institute                                       $295.00
     St. Bernard’s School                                     $375.44
     St. Catherine's Center for Children                  $132,543.10
     St. Coleman's Home                                         $14.75
     St. James School                                          $373.14
     St. Mary’s School                                        $414.96
     St. Marguerite D’Youville Academy                        $409.68
     St. Mary’s School (Ticonderoga)                          $787.16
     St. Mary’s School (Canton)                               $454.48
     St. Peter’s School                                       $350.40
     St. Pius X School                       $3,138.12        $101.25
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      Seton Academy                                                      $1,035.10
      Seton Catholic Central                                               $999.40
      Susan O’Dell Taylor School                                           $250.00
      TVHS                                                              $36,607.96
      The Children’s Home of Kingston                                      $819.00
      Trinity Catholic School                                            $1,432.60
      Vanderhyden Hall Community Residence                                 $204.92
      Wildwood School                                                      $185.00
      Woodland Hills Montessori School                                    $100.00

20.   Preliminary agreements between the Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga
      BOCES and the following school districts, agencies and other BOCES. The
      agreements reflect the services to be provided by this BOCES during the 2007-08
      School Year.

                                        COMPONENTS

                                            Preliminary

           Berne-Knox-Westerlo               $1,718,409.40
           Bethlehem                         $2,340,929.14
           Burnt Hills                       $2,056,502.39
           Cobleskill                        $1,706,386.57
           Cohoes                            $1,607,750.43
           Duanesburg                        $1,522,639.78
           Green Island                        $684,826.42
           Guilderland                       $3,491,734.68
           Maplewood                           $113,030.42
           Menands                             $291,706.56
           Middleburgh                         $677,731.00
           Mohonasen                         $2,458,834.03
           Niskayuna                         $2,408,354.26
           North Colonie                       $591,579.09
           Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk           $2,560,882.97
           Schalmont                         $2,413,798.74
           Schenectady                       $4,486,167.84
           Schoharie                           $844,077.78
           Scotia-Glenville                  $ 2,964,228.43
           Sharon Springs                      $300,019.13
           Shenendehowa                      $5,066,853.66
           South Colonie                       $992,689.37
           Voorheesville                     $1,191,077.35
           Watervliet                        $1,749,644.82

                                        OTHER BOCES

                                            Preliminary

           Clinton                           $2,179,159.64
           Franklin                             $11,301.00
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          Hamilton                           $1,608,730.19
          Questar                            $2,218,081.63
          St. Lawrence                       $1,169,730.15
          Washington                         $2,181,048.07

                                     NON-COMPONENTS

                                           Preliminary

          Albany City                        $2,852,141.82
          Hoosick Falls CSD                     $23,669.73

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Domenici to accept the           TREASURER=S
Treasurer=s Reports as submitted. The motion passed unanimously.                   REPORTS

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Domenici to approve              BUDGET
the following budget adjustments. The motion passed unanimously.                   ADJUSTMENTS

School Support Services - Instructional Resources - 2006-07

A507-6211-446-660-00003                         78,400.
   Adjustment necessary to more adequately reflect expenditures

Regional Information Center - Instructional Computer Services - 2007-08

A512-6360-200-4-00-000                          198,378.
A512-6360-301-4-00-000                             7,935.
   Adjustments necessary in order to provide Instructional Computer Services to
requesting districts

Regional Information Center – Administrative Computer Services - 2006-07

A604-7710-200-440-00000                          2,574.
A604-7710-200-440-00000                         39,500
A604-7710-301-440-00000                            334.
A604-7710-301-440-00000                        <39,500.>
A604-7710-301-440-00000                          <950.>
A604-7710-301-440-00000                         30,107.
A604-7710-453-440-00000                            950.
A604-7710-389-440-SES                            1,541.
   Adjustments necessary in order to provide Administrative Computer Services to
requesting districts

Regional Information Center – Administrative Computer Services - 2007-08

A604-7710-301-440-00000                         <18,944.>
A604-7710-449-440-00000                          18,944.
A604-7710-200-4-00-000                            8,268.
A604-7710-301-4-00-000                            8,064.
A604-7710-301-4-00-000                            2,586.
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A604-7710-389-4-00-000                          15,764.
A604-7710-389-4-00-000                          19,050.
A604-7710-449-4-00-000                         <29,075.>
A604-7710-451-4-00-000                          29,075.
A604-7710-301-4-CD-000                          12,034.
A604-7710-449-4-CD-000                          50,991.
A604-7710-200-4-SE-000                          16,294.
A604-7710-301-4-SE-000                           1,714.
A604-7710-415-4-SE-000                           1,968.
   Adjustments necessary in order to provide Administrative Computer Services to
requesting districts

Regional Information Center - Cross Contract - 2006-07

A640-7710-497-440-00000                          2,006.
   Adjustment needed in order to provide Administrative Computer Services to
requesting districts

Career and Technical Education - EPE - 2007-08

F801-5912-151-1-00-008                           185,000.
F801-5912-160-1-00-008                            46,000.
F801-5912-180-1-00-008                           275,000.
F801-5912-186-1-00-008                             8,000.
F801-5912-190-1-00-008                             5,000.
F801-5912-200-1-00-008                            15,000.
F801-5912-220-1-00-008                            10,000.
F801-5912-300-1-00-008                            12,000.
F801-5912-303-1-00-008                            40,000.
F801-5912-330-1-00-008                             5,000.
F801-5912-389-1-00-008                             1,000.
F801-5912-401-1-00-008                             2,000.
F801-5912-415-1-00-008                             1,000.
F801-5912-419-1-00-008                             5,000.
F801-5912-449-1-00-008                             5,000.
F801-5912-452-1-00-008                             5,000.
F801-5912-453-1-00-008                             5,000.
F801-5912-454-1-00-008                             7,000.
F801-5912-456-1-00-008                             3,000.
F801-5912-467-1-00-008                               500.
F801-5912-469-1-00-008                            10,133.
F801-5912-497-1-00-008                            10,000.
F801-5912-811-1-00-008                            46,710.
F801-5912-813-1-00-008                             5,600.
F801-5912-815-1-00-008                            41,520.
F801-5912-816-1-00-008                            32,000.
F801-5912-817-1-00-008                             5,500.
F801-5912-818-1-00-008                             1,725.
F801-5912-819-1-00-008                               600.
F801-5912-821-1-00-008                             5,200.
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F801-5912-823-1-00-008                            1,800.
F801-5912-824-1-00-008                              200.
F801-5912-950-1-00-008                           50,000.
   This budget was not part of the adopted 2007-08 Career and Technical
Education budget

School Support Services- 21st Century Community Learning Centers and Safe and Drug Free-
School Act 2007-08 Budget

F811-2015-160-6-00-008                           67,782.
F811-2016-160-6-00-008                           12,729.
F811-9500-950-6-00-008                            6,000.
F811-2045-300-6-00-008                            4,221.
F811-2040-449-6-00-008                           10,500.
F811-2046-454-6-00-008                            3,000.
F811-2046-456-6-00-008                            2,400.
F811-2049-497-6-00-008                            8,830.
F811-2015-815-6-00-008                            5,186.
F811-2016-815-6-00-008                              974.
F811-2015-831-6-00-008                            7,456.
F811-2016-813-6-00-008                            1,400.
F811-2015-832-6-00-008                            1,783.
F811-2015-833-6-00-008                           12,104.
F811-2016-832-6-00-008                            4,570.
F811-2015-817-6-00-008                              624.
F811-2016-817-6-00-008                              117.
F811-2015-821-6-00-008                              169.
F811-2016-821-6-00-008                               32.
F811-2015-818-6-00-008                              969.
F811-2016-818-6-00-008                              284.
F811-2015-819-6-00-008                               30.
F811-2015-823-6-00-008                              311.
F811-2016-823-6-00-008                               59.
F811-2015-824-6-00-008                              112.
F811-2016-824-6-00-008                               32.
F811-5290-458-6-00-008                            2,147.
   This budget was not part of the adopted 2007-08 School Support Services budget

Career and Technical Education - Federal Workforce Inv. - Title II (Albany/Rensselaer/
Schenectady)

F814-2015-180-1-00-008                            49,680.
F814-2016-190-1-00-008                            14,000.
F814-2045-300-1-00-008                             3,000.
F814-2080-811-1-00-008                             4,374.
F814-2080-813-1-00-008                             1,290.
F814-2080-815-1-00-008                             4,872.
F814-2080-816-1-00-008                             8,803.
F814-2080-817-1-00-008                               602.
F814-2080-821-1-00-008                               154.
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F814-2080-823-1-00-008                               11.
F814-5290-458-1-00-008                            1,476.
   This budget was not part of the adopted 2007-08 Career and Technical Education budget

Special Education – Summer Program 2007 – Specialized Literacy Instruction

F815-4201-180-5-00-008                           3,994.
F815-4201-182-5-00-008                             500.
F815-4201-184-5-00-008                           1,402.
F815-4201-300-5-00-008                             300.
F815-4201-454-5-00-008                             200.
F815-4201-469-5-00-008                             500.
F815-4201-811-5-00-008                             299.
F815-4201-813-5-00-008                             123.
F815-4201-815-5-00-008                             367.
F815-4201-817-5-00-008                              48.
   This program was not part of the approved 2007-08 budget

Special Education – Summer Program 2007– Option IV

F818-4201-160-5-00-008                           7,584.
F818-4201-180-5-00-008                         489,349.
F818-4201-181-5-00-008                         299,238.
F818-4201-182-5-00-008                           2,000.
F818-4201-184-5-00-008                         343,743.
F818-4201-185-5-00-008                          58,766.
F818-4201-190-5-00-008                          70,543.
F818-4201-191-5-00-008                           8,000.
F818-4201-300-5-00-008                          20,000.
F818-4201-446-5-00-008                           5,000.
F818-4201-453-5-00-008                           5,000.
F818-4201-454-5-00-008                           3,000.
F818-4201-469-5-00-008                          21,000.
F818-4201-471-5-00-008                         110,000.
F818-4201-496-5-00-008                          20,000.
F818-4201-497-5-00-008                           4,000.
F818-4201-811-5-00-008                         105,853.
F818-4201-813-5-00-008                           5,838.
F818-4201-815-5-00-008                          97,096.
F818-4201-816-5-00-008                           1,200.
F818-4201-817-5-00-008                          12,622.
F818-4201-818-5-00-008                              70.
F818-4201-823-5-00-008                              53.
F818-4201-824-5-00-008                              40.
   This program was not part of the approved 2007-08 budget

Special Education – Summer Program 2007 – Ellis Hospital

F820-4201-180-5-00-008                           4,382.
F820-4201-181-5-00-008                           3,401.
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F820-4201-184-5-00-008                           1,402.
F820-4201-300-5-00-008                             100.
F820-4201-811-5-00-008                             808.
F820-4201-815-5-00-008                             702.
F820-4201-817-5-00-008                              92.
   This program was not part of the approved 2007-08 budget

School Support Services - School Library Systems Operating Aid - 2007-08

F821-1020-151-6-00-008                           48,557.
F821-2015-187-6-00-008                           18,500.
F821-2015-811-6-00-008                            4,273.
F821-2015-815-6-00-008                            5,130.
F821-2015-817-6-00-008                              671.
F821-2015-819-6-00-008                              246.
F821-2015-821-6-00-008                              121.
F821-2015-823-6-00-008                              223.
F821-2015-832-6-00-008                            2,322.
F821-2016-160-6-00-008                           34,763.
F821-2016-813-6-00-008                            3,059.
F821-2016-815-6-00-008                            2,659.
F821-2016-817-6-00-008                              348.
F821-2016-818-6-00-008                              516.
F821-2016-821-6-00-008                               87.
F821-2016-823-6-00-008                              160.
F821-2016-824-6-00-008                               64.
F821-2040-446-6-00-008                            3,000.
F821-2040-449-6-00-008                           10,000.
F821-2040-469-6-00-008                              500.
F821-2040-497-6-00-008                            3,611.
F821-2045-300-6-00-008                            5,000.
F821-2045-325-6-00-008                            8,000.
F821-2045-330-6-00-008                            2,000.
F821-2046-454-6-00-008                            1,500.
F821-2046-456-6-00-008                            2,000.
F821-5290-458-6-00-007                            3,000.
   This budget was not part of the adopted 2007-08 School Support Services budget

Career and Technical Education - Incarcerated Youth

F825-2015-180-1-00-008                           15,000.
F825-2045-300-1-00-008                              825.
F825-2045-303-1-00-008                              500.
F825-2046-454-1-00-008                              100.
F825-2080-811-1-00-008                            1,300.
F825-2080-815-1-00-008                            1,200.
F825-2080-817-1-00-008                              150.
F825-2080-821-1-00-008                              100.
   This budget was not part of the adopted 2007-08 Career and Technical Education budget
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School Support Services - School Library Systems Automation - 2007-08

F838-2015-151-6-00-008                            4,581.
F838-2015-811-6-00-008                              403.
F838-2015-815-6-00-008                              350.
F838-2015-817-6-00-008                               46.
F838-2015-819-6-00-008                               23.
F838-2015-821-6-00-008                               11.
F838-2015-823-6-00-008                               21.
F838-2015-832-6-00-008                              219.
F838-2016-160-6-00-008                            4,345.
F838-2016-813-6-00-008                              382.
F838-2016-815-6-00-008                              332.
F838-2016-817-6-00-008                               43.
F838-2016-818-6-00-008                               64.
F838-2016-821-6-00-008                               11.
F838-2016-823-6-00-008                               20.
F838-2016-824-6-00-008                                8.
F838-2045-300-6-00-008                            1,000.
F838-2046-456-6-00-008                              608.
   This budget was not part of the adopted 2007-08 School Support Services budget

Career and Technical Education –Federal Workforce Inv. – Title II Fulton/Montgomery/
Schoharie)

F844-2015-180-1-00-008                           49,680.
F844-2016-190-1-00-008                            5,000.
F844-2045-300-1-00-008                            1,500.
F844-2080-811-1-00-008                            4,090.
F844-2080-813-1-00-008                              606.
F844-2080-815-1-00-008                            4,183.
F844-2080-816-1-00-008                            9,469.
F844-2080-817-1-00-008                              437.
F844-2080-823-1-00-008                              175.
F844-5290-458-1-00-008                            1,578.
   This budget was not part of the adopted 2007-08 Career and Technical Education budget

Career and Technical Education - Adult LPN Part Time Program – 2007-08

F846-3960-180-1-00-000                        $103,045.
F846-3960-190-1-00-000                           3,730.
F846-3960-220-1-00-000                           7,500.
F846-3960-300-1-00-000                           3,000.
F846-3960-401-1-00-000                           1,000.
F846-3960-454-1-00-000                           1,000.
F846-3960-467-1-00-000                           2,000.
F846-3960-469-1-00-000                           5,753.
F846-3960-811-1-00-000                           9,167.
F846-3960-813-1-00-000                             327.
F846-3960-815-1-00-000                           8,169.
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F846-3960-817-1-00-000                            1,067.
F846-3960-821-1-00-000                              266.
F846-3960-823-1-00-000                              363.
F846-3960-824-1-00-000                              127.
   This budget was not part of the adopted 2007-08 Career and Technical Education budget

School Support Services - Albany Reality Check - August 1, 2007 – July 31, 2008

F856-6117-160-6-00-08A                           49,895.
F856-6117-193-6-00-08A                            1,793.
F856-6117-220-6-00-08A                            1,500.
F856-6117-300-6-00-08A                            2,818.
F856-6117-422-6-00-08A                              230.
F856-6117-456-6-00-08A                            3,000.
F856-6117-469-6-00-08A                           19,043.
F856-6117-813-6-00-08A                            5,988.
F856-6117-815-6-00-08A                            3,817.
F856-6117-832-6-00-08A                            8,981.
F856-6117-817-6-00-08A                              460.
F856-6117-818-6-00-08A                              400.
F856-6117-819-6-00-08A                              105.
F856-6117-821-6-00-08A                               90.
F856-6117-823-6-00-08A                              230.
F856-6117-824-6-00-08A                              150.
F856-6117-950-6-00-08A                            5,250.
F856-6117-456-6-00-08A                            2,000.
F856-6117-497-6-00-08A                            9,250.
   This budget was not part of the adopted 2007-08 School Support Services budget

School Support Services - Schenectady Reality Check - August 1, 2007 – July 31, 2008

F856-6117-160-6-00-08S                           42,040.
F856-6117-193-6-00-08S                            1,793.
F856-6117-220-6-00-08S                            1,500.
F856-6117-300-6-00-08S                            2,800.
F856-6117-454-6-00-08S                            2,500.
F856-6117-456-6-00-08S                            2,500.
F856-6117-469-6-00-08S                           27,746.
F856-6117-497-6-00-08S                            6,250.
F856-6117-813-6-00-08S                            5,045.
F856-6117-815-6-00-08S                            3,216.
F856-6117-817-6-00-08S                              387.
F856-6117-818-6-00-08S                            3,363.
F856-6117-819-6-00-08S                               89.
F856-6117-823-6-00-08S                              193.
F856-6117-824-6-00-08S                            1,261.
F856-6117-832-6-00-08S                            7,567.
F856-6117-950-6-00-08S                            6,750.
   This budget was not part of the adopted 2007-08 School Support Services budget
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Career and Technical Education - Adult LPN Full Time Program – 2007-08

F858-3960-151-1-00-000                          156,800.
F858-3960-180-1-00-000                          283,000.
F858-3960-190-1-00-000                           10,000.
F858-3960-160-1-00-000                          108,040.
F858-3960-186-1-00-000                            2,500.
F858-3960-200-1-00-000                           15,000.
F858-3960-220-1-00-000                            9,683.
F858-3960-300-1-00-000                           25,000.
F858-3960-320-1-00-000                              248.
F858-3960-330-1-00-000                            5,000.
F858-3960-389-1-00-000                            1,000.
F858-3960-401-1-00-000                            2,000.
F858-3960-452-1-00-000                            3,000.
F858-3960-453-1-00-000                            2,500.
F858-3960-454-1-00-000                            2,000.
F858-3960-456-1-00-000                            3,500.
F858-3960-460-1-00-000                            1,000.
F858-3960-467-1-00-000                            2,000.
F858-3960-469-1-00-000                           65,000.
F858-3960-500-1-00-000                           20,000.
F858-3960-811-1-00-000                           38,922.
F858-3960-813-1-00-000                           10,387.
F858-5912-815-1-00-000                           44,866.
F858-3960-816-1-00-000                           30,014.
F858-3960-817-1-00-000                            5,603.
F858-3960-818-1-00-000                            2,464.
F858-3960-821-1-00-000                            1,400.
F858-3960-822-1-00-000                            2,000.
F858-3960-823-1-00-000                            1,746.
F858-3960-824-1-00-000                              127.
   This budget was not part of the adopted 2007-08 Career and Technical Education
budget

Inter-Program Budget Adjustments

Career and Technical School/Regional Information Center - 2006-07

A706-3010-960-1-00-000                             875.
A623-7710-970-4-00-000                            <875.>
   Adjustment for 2 new phones

It was moved by Mrs. DeLorenzo and seconded by Mrs. Beloncik to accept the          PERSONNEL
following resignations. The motion passed unanimously.                              CONSIDERATIONS
                                                                                    (Resignations)

1.   Deborah Cummings, Teaching Assistant 1:1/Special Education/Forts Ferry
     Elementary School, for personal reasons, effective June 22, 2007. (5/06)
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2.   Christa Daley, Teaching Assistant 1:1/Special Education/Rotterdam Academy I,
     for personal reasons, effective June 22, 2007. (12/04)

3.   Thomas Dercole, Teaching Assistant/Career and Technical Education/Albany
     Campus, for personal reasons, effective June 30, 2007. (9/05)

4.   Louis Fagan, Public Information Specialist/School Support Services/Amsterdam,
     Johnstown and Wells School Districts, for personal reasons, effective August 8, 2007.
     (7/06)

5.   Travis Kemmer, Teaching Assistant/Special Education/Duanesburg Middle School, to
     accept another position within BOCES, effective September 3, 2007. (9/06)

6.   Joyce Moch, Coordinator-Certification/Human Resources Office/Central
     Administration, to accept another position within BOCES, effective June 30, 2007.
     (9/88)

7.   Kelly Perrine-McGrath, Senior Keyboard Specialist-Grade 3/School Support
     Services/Building 900, for personal reasons, effective July 27, 2007. (9/06)

8.   Patrick Reedy, Teaching Assistant/Special Education/Rotterdam Academy II, for
     personal reasons, effective September 1, 2007. (9/06)

It was moved by Mrs. DeLorenzo and seconded by Mrs. Beloncik to approve the           (Changes of FTE
following changes of FTE. The motion passed unanimously.                              (Hours))

1.   Elizabeth Klotz, Coordinator-Transition Services-Level 4/Special Education/
     Maywood School, change in status, from .5 FTE to .6 FTE, effective July 1, 2007.

2.   Wendi Richards, Coordinator-Transition Services-Level 4/Special Education/
     Maywood School, change in status, from .6 FTE to 1.0 FTE, effective July 1, 2007.

3.   Keith Schubert, Coordinator-Data Readiness-Level 3/Regional Information Center/
     North Country, change in status, from .6 FTE to 1.0 FTE, effective July 16, 2007.

4.   Mellissa Sweeney, Public Information Specialist/School Support Services/Orange-
     Ulster BOCES and Schalmont Central School District, change in status, from .8 FTE
     to 1.0 FTE, effective July 9, 2007.

It was moved by Mrs. DeLorenzo and seconded by Mrs. Beloncik to approve the           (Changes of Status)
following changes of status. The motion passed unanimously.

1.   Heather Faubert, Senior Typist for Division Management (Financial)-Grade 7/School
     Support Services/Building 900, change in Civil Service title to Secretary I with
     permanent status, due to attainment of an appropriate ranking on the Civil Service
     examination for Secretary I, effective May 25, 2007.

     Type of Appointment:     Probationary – 52 Weeks
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2.    Denise Holm, Teacher/Special Education/location to be determined, return to work
      from RIF status, effective July 1, 2007.

3.    Jamie Maloney, Secretary II/Career and Technical Education/Albany Campus, change
      in end date of temporary appointment, from July 31, 2007 to May 31, 2007.

4.    Christine Margiotta, Public Information Specialist-Level 3/School Support Services/
      Building 900, change in Civil Service status from provisional to permanent, due to
      attainment of an appropriate ranking on the Civil Service examination for Public
      Information Specialist, effective June 14, 2007.

      Type of Appointment:     Probationary – 52 Weeks

5.    Renata Mazzio-Gittler, Public Information Specialist-Level 3/School Support
      Services/Building 900, change in Civil Service status from provisional to permanent,
      due to attainment of an appropriate ranking on the Civil Service examination for
      Public Information Specialist, effective June 14, 2007.

      Type of Appointment:     Probationary – 52 Weeks

6.    Diane Ogren, Senior Typist to Principal for Pupil Services-Grade 5/Career and
      Technical Education/Albany Campus, change in Civil Service title to Secretary I with
      permanent status, due to attainment of an appropriate ranking on the Civil Service
      examination for Secretary I, effective May 18, 2007.

      Type of Appointment:     Probationary – 52 Weeks

7.    Vicky Schweizer, Secretary II/School Support Services/Building 900, change in Civil
      Service status from provisional to permanent, due to attainment of an appropriate
      ranking on the Civil Service examination for Secretary II, effective May 25, 2007.

      Type of Appointment:     Probationary – 52 Weeks

8.    Marcia Siver, Senior Typist and Senior Account Clerk II/Office of the Assistant
      Superintendent for Instructional Services/Central Administration, change in Civil
      Service title to Secretary II with permanent status, due to attainment of an appropriate
      ranking on the Civil Service examination for Secretary II, effective May 18, 2007.

      Type of Appointment:     Probationary – 52 Weeks

9.    Mellissa Sweeney, Public Information Specialist-Level 3/School Support Services/
      Building 900, change in Civil Service status from provisional to permanent, due to
      attainment of an appropriate ranking on the Civil Service examination for Public
      Information Specialist, effective June 14, 2007.

      Type of Appointment:     Probationary – 52 Weeks

10.   Jessica Walthers, Teacher/Special Education/location to be determined, return to
      work from RIF status, effective July 1, 2007.
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It was moved by Mrs. DeLorenzo and seconded by Mrs. Beloncik to approve the            (Leaves of Absence)
following leaves of absence. The motion passed unanimously.

1.   Elaine Banach, Managing Coordinator-Support-Level 5/Regional Information
     Center/Albany Center, return to work from FMLA leave, effective July 20, 2007.

2.   Sarah Conklin, Teaching Assistant/Special Education/Maywood School, FMLA
     leave, from September 4, 2007 through December 6, 2007.

3.   Joan Lipscomb, Teacher/Special Education/Glen-Worden Elementary School,
     extended personal leave, from September 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.

4.   Christine Nofri, Teacher/Special Education/Altamont Elementary School, extended
     personal leave, from September 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.

It was moved by Mrs. DeLorenzo and seconded by Mrs. Beloncik to approve the            (Probationary
following tenure track (Probationary) appointments. The motion passed                  Appointments
unanimously.                                                                           [Tenure Track])

1.   Travis Kemmer, Teacher/Special Education/initial assignment will Rotterdam
     Academy II, at Column 4, Step 1 ($40,097), of the Teachers Unit Salary Schedule,
     prorated to the amount of service rendered, effective September 4, 2007 through
     September 3, 2010. Replacement Position.

     Type of Appointment:     Probationary – 3 Years
     Certification:           Physical Education (Initial)
     Tenure Area:             Physical Education

2.   Joyce Moch, Regional Certification Officer/Human Resources/Central Administration,
     at $54,034 annually, prorated to the amount of service rendered, effective July 1, 2007
     through June 30, 2010. New Position.

     Type of Appointment:     Probationary – 3 Years
     Certification:           School Attendance Teacher (Provisional)
     Tenure Area:             School Attendance Teacher

It was moved by Mrs. DeLorenzo and seconded by Mrs. Beloncik to approve the            (Other
following. The motion passed unanimously.                                              Appointments)

1.   Jamie Maloney, Secretary II/Career and Technical Education/initial assignment will
     be Albany Campus, at $35,793 annually, prorated to the amount of service rendered,
     effective June 1, 2007. Replacement Position.

     Type of Appointment:     Probationary – 52 Weeks

2.   Monica Lester, Public Information Specialist-Level 3/School Support Services/initial
     assignment will be Building 900, at $43,276 annually, prorated to the amount of
     service rendered, effective July 1, 2007. Replacement Position.

     Type of Appointment:     Probationary – 52 Weeks
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3.   Eileen Ridgeway, Program Coordinator I (Substance Abuse Assessment)/School
     Support Services/Building 900, at $42,411 annually, prorated to the amount of service
     rendered, effective July 16, 2007. New Position.

     Type of Appointment:     Provisional

     This appointment is pending satisfactory resolution of the required New York State
     background check.

4.   Charles Searle, Messenger-Grade 2 (10 months)/Regional Information Center/Albany
     Center, at $21,581 annually, prorated to the amount of service rendered, effective July
     17, 2007.

5.   Peter Voss, Messenger-Grade 2 (10 months)/Regional Information Center/Albany
     Center, at $21,581 annually, prorated to the amount of service rendered, effective July
     17, 2007.

6.   Gretchen Wukits, Clerk of the Board/Tech Valley High School, at $4,000 annually,
     prorated to the amount of service rendered, effective July 1, 2007 through June 30,
     2008.

7.   The following appointment in the Adult Education Program, Career and Technical
     Education Division, are from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008. Hours will be
     determined by the Director of Career and Technical Education and Coordinator-Adult
     and Related Programs.

     Name                                     Hourly Rate

     Michael Silvestri                        $23.27

8.   The appointment of the following Advisors in the Division of Career and Technical
     Education for the 2007-08 school year, at the stipend indicated:

     Name                          Location                      Stipend

     Rosalind (Vicki) Dunfee       Schoharie Campus         $1,265.00
     Lead Skills USA Advisor

     Gretchen McDonough            Albany Campus            $1,265.00
     Lead Skills USA Advisor

     Paul Dolan                    Albany Campus            $633.00
     Skills USA Advisor

     Sandra Flynn                  Albany Campus            $633.00
     Skills USA Advisor

     Nancy Iannacone               Schoharie Campus         $633.00
     Skills USA Advisor
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     Andrea Rea                           Schoharie Campus              $633.00
     Skills USA Advisor

     Carole Sweeney                       Albany Campus                 $633.00
     Skills USA Advisor

     Stacy Sylvester                      Albany Campus                 $633.00
     Skills USA Advisor

     Bruce Thornton                       Albany Campus                 $633.00
     Skills USA Advisor

     Debra Toy                            Albany Campus                 $633.00
     Skills USA Advisor

9.   The following appointments (temporary, substitute, seasonal, part time) are from July
     1, 2007 through June 30, 2008, unless otherwise noted, and are in accordance with
     Policy #4035. Employees are not eligible for benefits (health, dental, vision, long
     term disability and life insurance).

                                                   Hourly/     Term of            Not to
                 Name         Division     Rate                                                      Position
                                                  Per Diem    Employment          Exceed
     Deborah Allen            SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/6/30/08       728 Hours     Clerk
     Carol Bacza              SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    90 Hours      Clerk
     Jesse Bloomer            RIC        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/24/07    39 Days       Clerk
     Nannette Boscarino       SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Cassandra Bryant-
     Williams                 SPE        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days       Clerk
     Inneke Carmola           SPE        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    50 Days       Clerk
     Paul Carmola             SPE        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days       Clerk
     Shannon Casso            SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Carrie Claypool          SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-7/31/07    150 Hours     Clerk
     Michelle DiAntonio       SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Jong H. Doh              SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-12/31/07   975 Hours     Clerk
     Katrina Ernest           ADM        $13.26   Hourly     Seasonal          50 Days       Clerk
     Brian Fox                SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Heather Frame            SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Jacqueline Gleckman      SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    200 Hours     Clerk
     Amber Haggerty           ADM        $13.26   Hourly     Seasonal          10 Days       Clerk
     M. Beth Haggerty         SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Shannon Haggerty         ADM        $13.26   Hourly     Seasonal          50 Days       Clerk
     Melissa Jerome           SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-7/31/07    10 Hours      Clerk
     Karla Kennedy            SSS        $13.26   Hourly     8/1/07-6/30/08    1,040 Hours   Clerk
     Kaitlyn Low              RIC        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/30/07    43 Days       Clerk
     Katie Marcella           SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/18/07-8/31/07   250 Hours     Clerk
     Matthew McQuade          RIC        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days       Clerk
     Michele Michael          SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Bradley Morgan           SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Daniel Murdock           SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Christian Myer           SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Jacqueline Nicpon        SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    1,200 Hours   Clerk
     Mary Ellen Pachucki      SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Ei T. Phyu               SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    338 Hours     Clerk
     Sharon Poloski-Trexler   SSS        $13.26   Hourly     7/1/07-9/30/07    450 Hours     Clerk
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     Lynn Owen             SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk
     Nancy Quackenbush     SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk
     Christopher Regal     SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk
     Michael Roberts       RIC     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/17/07     34 Days       Clerk
     Julie Rock            RIC     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08     1,000 Hours   Clerk
     Susan Ruscitto        SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     75 Hours      Clerk
     H. Thomas Schweizer   SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk
     Brian Seitz           RIC     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     44 Days       Clerk
     Rebecca Sparacin      SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk
     Jennifer Starr        SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk
     Laura Tedesco         SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk
     Erin Tice             SPE     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     44 Days       Clerk
     Meghan Tice           SPE     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     44 Days       Clerk
     Stephen Usher         SPE     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08     10 Days       Clerk
     Mackenzie Watroba     SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk
     Ryan Watroba          SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk
     Kathleen Wilkes       SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk
     Dana Wojcik           SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk
     Nathan Wood           RIC     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/24/07     39 Days       Clerk
     Diane Yetto           SSS     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     338 Hours     Clerk


     Edward Carangelo      SPE     $400.00     Per Diem   8/1/07-6/30/08     75 Days       Consultant (Admin Mentor)


     Mark LaPlante         SSS     $600.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-6/30/08     5 Days        Consultant (Bus/Risk Mgmt)


     Steve Danna           SSS     $1,000.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-12/31/07    5 Days        Consultant (Curriculum Spvr)


     Lewis DeFilippo       SSS     $475.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-6/30/08     5 Days        Consultant (Enrollment Study)


     M. Beth Haggerty      SSS     $75.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08     120 Hours     Consultant (Grant Writing)


     William Adams         ADM     $400.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-6/30/08     52 Days       Consultant (Human Resources)


     Mary Ratzer           SSS     $100.00     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08     240 Hours     Consultant (Library Services)
     Ann Sayers            SSS     $60.00      Hourly     10/1/07-11/30/07   6 Hours       Consultant (Library Services)


     Johanna Shogan        SSS     $30.00      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     125 Hours     Consultant (Literacy Coor)


     Katherine Meron       SSS     $1,000.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-12/31/07    5 Days        Consultant (Math)
     Edward Pieper         SSS     $750.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-12/31/07    5 Days        Consultant (Math)


     Carolyn Bradley       SSS     $50.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08     188 Hours     Consultant (Postv Behav I/S)
     Helen Lucas           SSS     $50.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08     150 Hours     Consultant (Postv Behav I/S)
     Clayton Reaser        SSS     $50.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08     150 Hours     Consultant (Postv Behav I/S)
     Michael Sgambelluri   SSS     $50.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08     30 Hours      Consultant (Postv Behav I/S)


     Robert Paquette       ADM     $56.25      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     30 Hours      Consultant (School Income)


     Patricia Gogol        SSS     $205.84     Per Diem   7/1/07-6/30/08     30 Days       Consultant (Staff Development)
     Frank Pouliot         SSS     $50.00      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07     30 Hours      Consultant (Staff Development)
     Johanna Shogan        SSS     $1,000.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-12/31/07    5 Days        Consultant (Staff Development)


     Sharon Siegel         SSS     $30.35      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08     24 Hours      Consultant (Substitution Serv)
     Lawrence Weidler      SSS     $289.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-6/30/08     104 Days      Consultant (Substitution Serv)
Special Meeting -- July 16, 2007                                                                                    Page 35
     Maxwell Becker        ADM     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Custodial Worker
     Ryan Blake            ADM     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Custodial Worker
     Paul Carmola          SPE     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Custodial Worker
     Zachary DiPierro      SPE     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Custodial Worker
     James Garner          ADM     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-7/6/07     44 Days     Custodial Worker
     Daniel Haggerty       ADM     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Custodial Worker
     Marvin Horne          SPE     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Custodial Worker
     Dale Johnson          ADM     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Custodial Worker
     William Mau II        ADM     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Custodial Worker
     Stephen Usher         SPE     $13.26      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    40 Days     Custodial Worker


     Lindsey D’Aloia       SSS     $17.50      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    375 Hours   Graphic Arts Specialist


     Terri Cuomo           SPE     $219.00     Per Diem   8/13/07-8/17/07   5 Days      Presenter (AVB Training)
     Katie DiPierro        SPE     $219.00     Per Diem   8/13/07-8/17/07   5 Days      Presenter (AVB Training)


     Megan Hughes          SSS     $300.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-12/31/07   5 Days      Presenter (Chemistry)
     Elaine Jetty          SSS     $300.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-12/31/07   5 Days      Presenter (Chemistry)
     Maria Russo           SSS     $300.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-12/31/07   5 Days      Presenter (Chemistry)
     Tracey Bennett        SSS     $500.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Literacy)
     Eileen Bray           SSS     $500.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Literacy)
     Sherry Guice          SSS     $2,000.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Literacy)
     Karen May Rattman     SSS     $1,150.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Literacy)
     Mary Brigid Schmidt   SSS     $500.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Literacy)
     Emily Spooner Smith   SSS     $500.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Literacy)
     Theresa Smitherman    SSS     $500.00     Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Literacy)


     Imran Abbasi          RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Joel Black            RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Mary Black            RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Mary Bristol          RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Shannon Casso         RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Cheryl Cufari         RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Mary Beth Disque      RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Gwynne Delong         RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Betty Fortna          RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Roger Gaboury         RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Thomas Gladd          RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Michael Greene        RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Howard Greenfield     RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Kimberly Harmon       RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Suzanne Hokanson      RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Katherine Jeeter      RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Carol Kadamus         RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Carol LaRow           RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Charles Maguire       RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Jodi Marvell          RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Timothy Mattison      RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Tod Mell              RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Thomas Michalek       RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Mary Anne Milano      RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Michael Mulcahy       RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Nicholas Nealon       RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Kimberly Prettyman    RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Thomas Reardon        RIC     $43.00      Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
Special Meeting -- July 16, 2007                                                                                  Page 36
     William Reilly          RIC   $43.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Trish Roeser            RIC   $43.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Allysa Sebert           RIC   $43.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Lynn Sherich            RIC   $43.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Tracy Standhart         RIC   $43.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Monica Statile          RIC   $43.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Sister Deborah Timmis   RIC   $43.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Todd Tyler              RIC   $43.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     David Versocki          RIC   $43.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)
     Richard Wiesen          RIC   $43.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    10 Days     Presenter (Model Schools)


     Mary Lou Hamel          ADM   $300.00   Per Diem   7/18/07           1 Day       Presenter (Opening Day)
     Karen Rattman           ADM   $350.00   Per Diem   7/18/07-8/15/07   2 Days      Presenter (Opening Day)
     Catherine Welling       ADM   $300.00   Per Diem   8/15/07           1 Day       Presenter (Opening Day)


     Catherine Welling       SSS   $334.44   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    5 Days      Presenter (Prevention Services)


     Laurie Hughes           SSS   $200.00   Per Diem   8/1/07-8/31/07    4 Days      Presenter (Substitute Services)


     Donna Amato             SSS   $500.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Summer Wrtg Inst)
     Catherine Beadnell      SSS   $500.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Summer Wrtg Inst)
     Molly Fanning           SSS   $500.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Summer Wrtg Inst)


     Matthew Hogan           SSS   $525.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Wilson Reading)
     Donna Lamkin            SSS   $525.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Wilson Reading)
     Cheryl Smith            SSS   $525.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      Presenter (Wilson Reading)


     Megan Allen             SSS   $24.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    38 Hours    Public Information Specialist
     Michael Lisi            SSS   $24.00    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    375 Hours   Public Information Specialist
     Andrew Marino           SSS   $24.00    Hourly     7/1/07-8/30/08    38 Hours    Public Information Specialist


     Eileen Coffey           CTE   $303.85   Per Diem   6/18/07-6/30/07   5 Days      School Counselor
                             CTE   $321.00   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    4 Days      School Counselor
     Joanne Conlen           CTE   $262.11   Per Diem   6/18/07-6/30/07   10 Days     School Counselor
                             CTE   $277.49   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    6 Days      School Counselor
     Mary Lou Hamel          SSS   $272.90   Per Diem   7/1/07-6/30/08    30 Days     School Counselor
     Jeannine Moran          CTE   $293.88   Per Diem   6/18/07-6/30/08   2 Days      School Counselor
                                   $311.88   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    18 Days     School Counselor


     M. Karen Cowley         SPE   $232.96   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    10 Days     School Psychologist


     Luann Alimena           SSS   $334.44   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    1 Day       School Social Worker (Teen Pt)
     Rachel Berliner         SPE   $219.00   Per Diem   8/1/07-8/31/07    1 Day       School Social Worker
     Kevin Eglit             ADM   $442.11   Per Diem   7/1//07-8/31/07   8 Days      School Social Worker (EAP)
     Judith Prest            SSS   $364.49   Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    10 Days     School Social Worker
     Denise Snyder           SPE   $293.18   Per Diem   8/1/07-8/31/07    1 Day       School Social Worker


     Bernice Barton          CTE   $13.94    Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Senior Keyboard Specialist
     Linda Kilmer            CTE   $13.94    Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Senior Keyboard Specialist
     Kathleen Menzies        CTE   $13.94    Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Senior Keyboard Specialist
     Wanda Reed              SPE   $13.94    Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    44 Days     Senior Keyboard Specialist


     Diane Callahan          SSS   $15.53    Hourly     7/1/07-86/30/08   1,040       Senior Stenographer


     Linda Berquist          RIC   $36.70    Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days     Teacher (Distance Learning)
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      Tara Cummings              RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)
      Matthew Decker             RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)
      Kathleen Derochie          RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)
      Amy Henges                 RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)
      Adam LaBuda                RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)
      Brian McCoy                RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)
      Tara Mero                  RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)
      John Miletich              RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)
      Annmarie Manacelli         RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)
      Ann Panetta                RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)
      Autumn Ruckert             RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)
      Erin Snyder                RIC   $36.70     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08    20 Days    Teacher (Distance Learning)


      Chris DePoy                SPE   $219.00    Per Diem   8/1/07-8/31/07    1 Day      Teacher (Special Education)
      John Fitzpatrick           SPE   $364.49    Per Diem   8/1/07-8/31/07    1 Day      Teacher (Special Education)
      Jeffrey Guthrie            CTE   $311.42    Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    8 Days     Teacher (Special Education)
      Gretchen McDonough         CTE   $275.44    Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    9 Days     Teacher (Special Education)
      Timothy Roberts            CTE   $355.98    Per Diem   7/1/07-8/31/07    8 Days     Teacher (Special Education)
      Jessica Walthers           SPE   $219.00    Per Diem   8/1/07-8/31/07    1 Day      Teacher (Special Education)


      Maribeth Greer             SPE   $11.64     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08               Teaching Assistant (Substitute)
      Bradley Springstead        SPE   $11.64     Hourly     7/1/07-6/30/08               Teaching Assistant (Substitute)


      Sharon Siegel              SSS   $30.35     Hourly     7/1/07-8/31/07    30 hours   Web Site Developer



      Summer Staff Workshops

      Barbara Gabriel-Catalano   SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/13/07-8/17/07   5 Days     Participant (AVB Training)
      Deborah Goetz              SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/13/07-8/17/07   5 Days     Participant (AVB Training)
      Vanessa Masterpolo         SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/13/07-8/17/07   5 Days     Participant (AVB Training)
      Lynn Palmateer             SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/13/07-8/17/07   5 Days     Participant (AVB Training)
      Dorothy Pesnel             SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/13/07-8/17/07   5 Days     Participant (AVB Training)
      Heather Piotrowski         SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/13/07-8/17/07   5 Days     Participant (AVB Training)
      Jane Root                  SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/13/07-8/17/07   5 Days     Participant (AVB Training)
      Stephanie Warlik           SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/13/07-8/17/07   5 Days     Participant (AVB Training)
      Jennifer Yamin             SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/13/07-8/17/07   5 Days     Participant (AVB Training)


      Kristen Covington          SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/23/07-8/24/07   2 Days     Participant (Wilson Training)
      Kelli Flack                SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/23/07-8/24/07   2 Days     Participant (Wilson Training)
      Ann Gabriel                SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/23/07-8/24/07   2 Days     Participant (Wilson Training)
      Tamara Guerrero            SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/23/07-8/24/07   2 Days     Participant (Wilson Training)
      Brent Pierce               SPE    $219.00   Per Diem   8/23/07-8/24/07   2 Days     Participant (Wilson Training)

10.   Substitute Rates effective July 1, 2007

              Teacher Substitutes - $95.00 per day

              Teaching/Educational Assistant Substitutes - $11.64 per hour

              School Nurse Substitute - $90.00 per day

              Interpreter Substitutes - $70 per day

              Sunnyview Tutors - $33.00 per hour
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11.   The following Special Education appointments are from July 2, 2007 through August
      10, 2007 unless otherwise noted. Salaries will be based on the contract provisions in
      effect for the 2007-2008 school year according to the designated employee group.
      The appropriate column and step, including credit hours, if applicable, will be utilized
      for regular BOCES employees and prorated to the level of services rendered. All
      other employees will be compensated pursuant to Policy #4035.
      NAME                         POSITION                       FTE   COLUMN/GRADE      STEP
      Sherry Karcher-Hewitt        Bldg. Liaison Leader           1.0    $2000 Stipend
      Barbara Gabriel-Catalano     Bldg. Liaison Leader           0.8    $2000 Stipend
      Julienne Magnano             Bldg. Liaison Leader           0.6    $2000 Stipend
      Michele Blakely              D/HH Teacher                   1.0          4                  20
      Joan Brucker                 D/HH Teacher                   1.0          4                  19
      Deborah Morris               D/HH Consultant Teacher        0.2          4                  13
      Beverly Rosen                D/HH Teacher                   1.0          4                  20
      Margaret Bergeron            Educational Assistant          1.0                             18
      Nicole Collado               Educational Assistant          1.0                              2
      Charles Mondun               Educational Assistant          1.0                             13
      Sterling Mosher              Educational Assistant          1.0                             12
      Wilson Pickett               Educational Assistant          1.0                             11
      Marcus Williams              Educational Assistant          1.0                             13
      John Clark                   Educational Interpreter 1:1    1.0         2          $196.56/day
      Marie Cullen                 Nurse                          1.0         8          $233.84/day
      Nancy Hammond                Nurse                          1.0         5          $144.00/day
      Lisa Hatker                  Nurse 1:1                      1.0         5          $154.61/day
      Connie Isopo                 Nurse                          1.0         5          $130.88/day
      Kelly Livingston             Nurse                          0.6         5          $140.79/day
      Laurie Leone                 Nurse                          1.0         5          $144.00/day
      Kathryn Stone                Nurse 1:1                      1.0         5          $130.64/day
      William Andrews              Occupational Therapist         0.6         3                   20
      Debra Bamberger              Occupational Therapist         0.4         3                   20
      Lisa Butler                  Occupational Therapist         0.4         4                   10
      Kathleen Collen              Occupational Therapist         0.6         3                   14
      Amy Donlon                   Occupational Therapist         0.4         4                   20
      Kay Gentry                   Occupational Therapist         0.4         3                   15
      Cecelia Gookin               Occupational Therapist         0.4         4                   19
      Wendy McMahon                Occupational Therapist         0.2         3                   20
      Patricia Prisk               Occupational Therapist         0.4         3                   20
      Karen Tomlinson              Occupational Therapist         0.5         4                   17
      Patricia Dover               Occupational Therapist Asst.   0.6                    $151.29/day
      Pamela Tygert                Occupational Therapist Asst.   0.4                    $233.85/day
      Shirley Sutorius             Orientation/Mobility Tchr.     0.2         4                   20
      Robert Bernardi              Rehabilitation Teacher         0.2         4                   20
      James Bailey                 Physical Ed. Teacher           1.0         4                   15
      Michael Donnelly             Physical Ed. Teacher           1.0         4                   20
      Holly Lape                   Physical Ed. Teacher           1.0         4                    6
      Janet Breeze                 Physical Therapist             0.4         3                  C-1
      Julianne Scanlan             Physical Therapist             0.6         4                    9
      Eileen Duell                 Physical Therapy Asst.         0.4                    $233.85/day
      Karen Mezz                   Physical Therapy Asst.         0.6                    $239.25/day
      Margaret Parascandola        Physical Therapy Asst.         0.6                    $239.25/day
      Harvey Baines                Social Worker                  0.3         4                   20
      Rachel Berliner              Social Worker                  0.4         4                   17
      Gloria Bivona-Sciavolino     Social Worker                  0.6         4                   19
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     Susan Brown                   Social Worker           0.2       4                19
     Karen Callen                  Social Worker           0.4       4                10
     Kevin Eglit                   Social Worker           0.4       4                20
     Barbara Gabriel-Catalano      Social Worker           0.8       4                 7
     Amanda Genzer                 Social Worker           1.0       4                14
     Gwenda Hook                   Social Worker           0.6       4                10
     Joanne Knauer                 Social Worker           0.4       4                20
     William Knauer                Social Worker           0.6       4                 9
     Richard Lenney                Social Worker           0.8       4                10
     Robin Lippman-Scharf          Social Worker           0.4       4                20
     Julienne Magnano              Social Worker           0.6       4                20
     Kimberly Martin               Social Worker           0.4       4                10
     Louise McGann                 Social Worker           0.4       4                19
     Francis McGill                Social Worker           0.4       4                20
     Maureen Molineaux             Social Worker           0.8       4               C-1
     Linda Munro                   Social Worker           0.4       4                20
     James Owen                    Social Worker           0.6       4                20
     Stephen Roberts               Social Worker           0.8       4                17
     Paul Schultz                  Social Worker           0.4       4                14
     Jan Silverman-Pollow          Social Worker           0.4       4                20
     Regina Tirella                Social Worker           0.4       4                16
     Angela Tritto                 Social Worker           0.4       4                16
     Alfred Wolfer                 Social Worker           1.0       4                19
     Marielle Ball                 Speech Therapist        0.6       4                12
     Katherine Bollin              Speech Therapist        0.7       4                18
     Elaine Burrill                Speech Therapist        0.6       4                17
     Terri Cuomo                   Speech Therapist        0.3       4                20
     Lynette Dalland               Speech Therapist        0.9       4                 8
     Suzanne Davis *               Speech Therapist        1.0       4                20
     Kristin Donohue               Speech Therapist        0.6       4                 4
     Carol Farrere                 Speech Therapist        0.4       4                20
     Flora Fasoldt                 Speech Therapist        0.4       4                18
     Shannon Garrison              Speech Therapist        0.8       4                 7
     Sherry Karcher-Hewitt         Speech Therapist        1.0       4                17
     Lois Leonard                  Speech Therapist        0.6       4                20
     Lauren Lyle-Duffy             Speech Therapist        0.4       4                20
     Gerene Lynn                   Speech Therapist        0.4       4               C-1
     Deborah Morris                Speech Therapist        0.6       4                13
     Kathryn Moulder               Speech Therapist        0.4       4                11
     Heather Piotrowski            Speech Therapist        0.8       4                 9
     Lori Romeo-Wells              Speech Therapist        0.8       4                18
     Lisa Schuff                   Speech Therapist        0.6       4                17
     Susan Stewart                 Speech Therapist        0.4       4                20
     Lynn Thornton **              Speech Therapist        1.0       4                20
     Kristin Trudeau-Degan         Speech Therapist        0.2       3                 9
     Barbara Walch                 Speech Therapist        0.2       4                20
     Barbara Petraznik             Substitute Procurator   1.0   $19.37/hr   $145.26/day
     Joanne Agresta                Teacher                 1.0       4                20
     Carolyn Beattie               Teacher                 1.0       4                10
     Charles Bednarczyk            Teacher                 1.0       4                 7
     Roberto Biasiucci             Teacher                 1.0       4                 8
     Damon Bieniek                 Teacher                 1.0       4                 9
     Joseph Bouchard               Teacher                 1.0       4                17
     Rebecca Breeyear              Teacher                 1.0       4                 7
     Thomas Brophy                 Teacher                 1.0       4                 9
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     Mark Brucker                  Teacher                   0.4   3           8
     Michael Camarota              Teacher                   1.0   3           3
     Nanette Ciarlone              Teacher                   1.0   4          12
     Alan Clarke                   Teacher                   1.0   4          17
     Timothy Clarke                Teacher                   1.0   3           5
     Erin Conklin                  Teacher                   1.0   4           4
     Daniel Darpino                Teacher                   1.0   4           2
     Christopher d’Estienne        Teacher                   1.0   4           6
     Katie DiPierro                Teacher                   1.0   4           8
     John Fitzpatrick              Teacher                   1.0   4          16
     Trisha Frament                Teacher                   1.0   4          10
     Anne Gabriel                  Teacher                   1.0   4          20
     Maureen Geis                  Teacher                   0.5   4           8
     Michelle Graves               Teacher                   1.0   4           4
     Devon Hauck                   Teacher                   1.0   3           4
     Matthew Hogan                 Teacher                   1.0   4          18
     Denise Jadick                 Teacher                   1.0   4           6
     Barbara Kania                 Teacher                   1.0   4          12
     Brian Kenney                  Teacher                   1.0   4          20
     Melissa Kiss                  Teacher                   1.0   4           3
     Janine Lee                    Teacher                   1.0   4          20
     Susan Lenigan                 Teacher                   1.0   4          15
     Joan Lipscomb                 Teacher                   1.0   4           9
     Jodie Liucci-Rossetti         Teacher                   1.0   4           4
     Andrew Lockwood               Teacher                   1.0   4          13
     George Lorang                 Teacher                   1.0   4          12
     Richard Lupi                  Teacher                   1.0   4           8
     Vanessa Masterpolo            Teacher                   1.0   4           6
     Kristina Matott               Teacher                   1.0   4           4
     Wendy McGuffey                Teacher                   1.0   4          11
     Thomas McTernan               Teacher                   1.0   4          19
     Alison Mesick                 Teacher                   1.0   4           7
     Michael Montague              Teacher                   1.0   4           9
     Iain Munro                    Teacher                   1.0   4           3
     Christine Nofri               Teacher                   1.0   4           8
     Lynn Palmateer                Teacher                   1.0   4          16
     Shelly Peck                   Teacher                   1.0   4           8
     Brent Pierce                  Teacher                   1.0   4           9
     Kelly Piotrowski              Teacher                   1.0   4          15
     Catherine Rickert             Teacher                   1.0   4           9
     Peter Riley                   Teacher                   1.0   4           7
     Jodie Smith                   Teacher                   0.6   4          11
     Karen Stoliker                Teacher                   1.0   3           2
     Jessica Walthers              Teacher                   1.0   3           3
     Stephanie Warlick             Teacher                   1.0   4           5
     Mary Kate Willis              Teacher                   1.0   4           1
     Joseph Whipple                Teacher                   1.0   3           9
     Bonnie Zanker                 Teacher                   1.0   3           5
     Elizabeth Arden               Tchr. Visually Impaired   0.5   4          11
     Martha Santicola              Tchr. Visually Impaired   0.5   4          17
     Lynly Adams-Layaou            Teaching Assistant        1.0              18
     Catherine Aini                Teaching Assistant        1.0              19
     Michele Angelo                Teaching Assistant        1.0       21 + Long
     Kevin Backus                  Teaching Assistant        1.0               4
     Cynthia Barcomb               Teaching Assistant        1.0               8
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     Michael Batcher               Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Emily Bennett                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           5
     Theresa Bennett               Teaching Assistant   1.0          13
     Christina Bernard             Teaching Assistant   1.0           2
     Barbara Blakely               Teaching Assistant   1.0           9
     Lara Bloomer                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           5
     Venita Bostick                Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Krista Bradley                Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Dawn Bramer-Cotton            Teaching Assistant   1.0          16
     Wendy Brown                   Teaching Assistant   1.0   21 + Long
     Diane Bruins                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           7
     Ruth Bushey                   Teaching Assistant   1.0   21 + Long
     Erica Cacciotti               Teaching Assistant   1.0           2
     Jessica Callahan              Teaching Assistant   1.0           2
     Brittany Camardello           Teaching Assistant   1.0           2
     Matilda Campbell              Teaching Assistant   1.0           5
     Daniel Charboneau             Teaching Assistant   1.0           5
     Roberta Colby                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           9
     Colleen Condelora             Teaching Assistant   1.0          17
     Karen Condon                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Ronald Conti                  Teaching Assistant   1.0          13
     Sharon Cory-Johnson           Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Priscilla Coughlin            Teaching Assistant   1.0           7
     Deborah Covey                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Kelly Crewell                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           2
     Sandra Daunais                Teaching Assistant   1.0           9
     Joseph D’Aurizio              Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Rina D’Aurizio                Teaching Assistant   1.0           8
     Zachary DiPierro              Teaching Assistant   1.0           1
     Lynn Donnelly                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           7
     Kelly Dover                   Teaching Assistant   1.0           8
     Jennifer Duncan               Teaching Assistant   1.0           9
     Dennis Lee Edney              Teaching Assistant   1.0          13
     Anthony Emanuel               Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Steven Evans                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Mary Beth Fenton              Teaching Assistant   1.0           8
     Gail Ferracane                Teaching Assistant   1.0          20
     Mary Ann Ferraro              Teaching Assistant   1.0          10
     Nancy Fitch                   Teaching Assistant   1.0   21 + Long
     Lori Flanders                 Teaching Assistant   1.0          12
     Kristin Foley                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Nikki France                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Charles Fuller                Teaching Assistant   1.0          17
     Nicole Funigiello             Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Kerstin Gilman                Teaching Assistant   1.0           7
     Jessie Goldberg-Pohl          Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Valerie Gottlieb              Teaching Assistant   1.0          12
     Kimberly Green                Teaching Assistant   1.0          15
     Diane Griffin                 Teaching Assistant   1.0          18
     Mary Grimmick                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           1
     Sara Growick                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           7
     Regina Guardino               Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Elisavet Guarneri             Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Dawn Harris                   Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Jacklyn Hart                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           5
Special Meeting -- July 16, 2007                                     Page 42
     Kelley Hasselbach             Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Lena Herbert                  Teaching Assistant   1.0          19
     Brenda Heritage               Teaching Assistant   1.0          16
     Kristen Hewitt                Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Joyce Hickey                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Cheryl Holmes-Wright          Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Elaine Howland                Teaching Assistant   1.0           2
     Jill Hudson                   Teaching Assistant   1.0          12
     Melissa Hughes                Teaching Assistant   1.0           5
     Diana Ippolito                Teaching Assistant   1.0          11
     Susan Jadlos                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Michele Johnson               Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Nadine Johnson                Teaching Assistant   1.0          20
     Dayna Kalil                   Teaching Assistant   1.0          18
     Timothy Kindlon               Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Sabrina King                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Malisha Kirksey               Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Maureen Klemek                Teaching Assistant   1.0          19
     Anna Latham                   Teaching Assistant   1.0          12
     Joseph Lee                    Teaching Assistant   1.0           1
     Theresa Livingston            Teaching Assistant   1.0   21 + Long
     JoAnna Long                   Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Laurie Lumbra                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Brendan Lynn                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           2
     Charles Mahar                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           5
     Patricia Marie                Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Eva Marks                     Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Karen Mattice                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Pearlie McCoy                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Christine McDonough           Teaching Assistant   1.0          18
     Deidra McGuire                Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Erin Melendy                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Patti-Lee Miller              Teaching Assistant   1.0          17
     Dona Moffatt                  Teaching Assistant   1.0          13
     Teresa Molineaux              Teaching Assistant   1.0          15
     Richard Mossey                Teaching Assistant   1.0           8
     Heather Muchmore              Teaching Assistant   1.0           1
     Patricia Naccarato            Teaching Assistant   1.0           6
     Catherine Nasser              Teaching Assistant   1.0           1
     Katherine Normile             Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Louise Novak                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           8
     Nicole Olivet                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Mirella Anna Palma            Teaching Assistant   1.0          16
     Timothy Peck                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Marylou Pedone                Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Brian Peters                  Teaching Assistant   1.0          11
     Lauren Petraznik              Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Susan Pieniazek               Teaching Assistant   1.0          18
     Yvonne Pierce                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           8
     Sterling Post                 Teaching Assistant   1.0          12
     Mary Beth Ragucci             Teaching Assistant   1.0           8
     Kristen Reed                  Teaching Assistant   1.0           7
     Patrick Reedy                 Teaching Assistant   1.0           3
     Linda Robillard               Teaching Assistant   1.0           4
     Mary Ruby                     Teaching Assistant   1.0           7
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     Natalie Ruso                  Teaching Assistant         1.0                                 10
     Krystal Seaburg               Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  5
     Brenda Shepard                Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  4
     Victoria Shiro                Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  8
     Jake Smith                    Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  3
     Deborah Sorvari               Teaching Assistant         1.0                                 12
     Elizabeth Spencer             Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  7
     Bernadine Stanton             Teaching Assistant         1.0                                 19
     Alexander Stern               Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  3
     Stacey Stevenot               Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  6
     Helen Summers                 Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  2
     Carole Sweeney                Teaching Assistant         1.0                          21 + Long
     Lisa Swint                    Teaching Assistant         1.0                                 14
     Karen Teal                    Teaching Assistant         1.0                          21 + Long
     Cynthia Thomas                Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  2
     Jackie Thomas                 Teaching Assistant         1.0                                 10
     Catherine Tomaszewski         Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  2
     Alfred Lewis Totten           Teaching Assistant         0.5                                 10
     Teresa Totten                 Teaching Assistant         1.0                                 13
     Joanne Trager                 Teaching Assistant         1.0                                 19
     Patricia Veve                 Teaching Assistant         1.0                                 21
     I-Asia White                  Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  2
     Derick Williams               Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  4
     Luanne Williams               Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  2
     Julie Wilson                  Teaching Assistant         1.0                                  8
     Lynda Younglove               Teaching Assistant         1.0                                 1


     *Suzanne Davis                July 2 – July 20, 2007     1.0            4                   20
     **Lynn Thornton               July 23 – Aug. 10, 2007    1.0            4                   20

It was moved by Mrs. DeLorenzo and seconded by Mrs. Beloncik to adopt the                EMERGENCY
following resolution which relates to the above appointments. The motion                 CONDITIONAL
passed unanimously.                                                                      APPOINTMENTS

     WHEREAS, The Board of Education of the Capital Region BOCES finds:

     1.   The following vacancies are necessary to fill in order to provide and maintain
          services which BOCES is legally required to provide, or to protect the health,
          education or safety of students or staff, and

     2.   No other qualified persons, who have been cleared for employment by the
          Commissioner of Education, are available to temporarily fill the vacancies, and

     3.   BOCES may not be able to obtain clearance or conditional clearance for the
          persons to be appointed to fill the vacancies before July 16, 2007; therefore it is

     RESOLVED that the following names persons be appointed on an emergency
conditional basis, and it is further
Special Meeting -- July 16, 2007                                                            Page 44
      RESOLVED that the emergency conditional appointments shall commence on the
effective date of appointment and shall terminate twenty business days thereafter or when
BOCES received notification from the Commissioner of Education regarding conditional
clearance, whichever occurs earlier, and it is further

     RESOLVED that if conditional clearance is granted by the Commissioner of
Education, the appointments shall automatically become and continue as conditional
appointments, and it is further

     RESOLVED that if final clearance is granted by the Commissioner of Education, the
appointments shall automatically become and continue as regular appointments and the
conditional status shall be removed, and it is further

      RESOLVED that if either conditional clearance or final clearance is denied by the
Commissioner of Education for any person appointed on an emergency conditional basis
or on a conditional basis, that such appointment shall immediately terminate without
further action by the Board.

Other Appointments:

Eileen Ridgeway

It was moved by Mrs. DeLorenzo and seconded by Mrs. Beloncik to acknowledge           CLEARANCE
receipt of Employment Clearance from the Office of School Personnel Review and        FOR EMPLOYMENT
Accountability (OSPRA) for the following previously appointed employees. The
motion passed unanimously.

Conditional

Kelly Crewell

Final

Phyllis Albano                Jamie Maloney                 Pedro Roman

It was moved by Mrs. DeLorenzo and seconded by Mrs. Beloncik to extend the            EXTENSION OF
conditional appointments for the following employees previously appointed on          CONDITIONAL
November 21, 2005, February 16, 2006, March 20, 2006, July 10, 2006, August           APPOINTMENTS
21, 2006, October 16, 2006, November 20, 2006, December 18, 2006, January
11, 2007, February 15, 2007, March 19, 2007, April 19, 2007, May 21, 2007
and June 14, 2007 until conditional clearances are granted by the Commissioner
of Education. The motion passed unanimously.

Wendy Ashley                  Mary Ann Engel                Patricia Maire
Tina Barber                   Nicole Funigiello             Kimberly Martin
James Bronson                 Gail Galusha                  Anson Miaski
Catherine Burbules            Michele Gava                  Meghan Kylee O’Toole
Jessica Callahan              Brian Grimmick                Michael Riggi
Lisa Carroll                  Thomas Horowitz               Martin Schultz
Shannon Cherry                Elaine Howland                Catherine Tomaszewski
Ralph Cogswell                Lynn Johnson
Special Meeting -- July 16, 2007                                                              Page 45

It was moved by Mr. Phelan and seconded by Dr. Bergeron that the following gifts/       GIFTS/
donations be accepted in accordance with Board Policy No. 3019. The motion              DONATIONS
passed unanimously.

Career and Technical Education

     - Briggs and Stratton self- propelled lawnmower donated by Pat McGowan-
       Webb, 6 Ruso Drive, Albany, New York 12204.
          This lawn mower will be used for educational purposes by the Auto
       Services/Small Engine Repair class.

     - Craftsman 42” Lawn Tractor donated by Chris Horan, 2055 Debutante Manor
       Schenectady, New York 12303.
          This lawn tractor will be used for educational purposes by the Auto Services/
       Small Engine Repair class.
     - 1989 Saab, 4DSD VIN# YS3AR4506K3004108 donated by James Piazza, 2
       Areadian Drive, Scotia, New York 12302.
          This vehicle will be used for educational purposes by the Auto Services/
       Small Engine Repair class.

It was moved by Mrs. Surman and seconded by Mrs. Beloncik to approve BOCES              MEMBERSHIP -
continued membership in the Rural Schools Association for the period July 1, 2007       RURAL
through June 30, 2008. The membership fee will be $525.00. The motion passed            SCHOOLS
unanimously.                                                                            ASSOCIATION

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Phelan to authorize                   ADMINISTRATION
Administration to purchase a clock, in appreciation, to be given to “Twenty-            CONSIDERATIONS -
Year" and “Thirty-Year” employees. The awards will be presented at one of               RECOGNITION OF
three Opening Staff Development Day opportunities scheduled for the 2007-08             APPRECIATION
School Year. The total cost of the clocks will not exceed $750.

It was moved by Mr. Yagielski to amend the resolution to read “to purchase clocks,
in appreciation, to be awarded to “Twenty-Year” and “Thirty-Year” employees.”

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mr. Yagielski to approve the
resolution as amended. The motion passed unanimously.

It was moved by Mrs. Beloncik and seconded by Mrs. DeLorenzo to authorize the           EXTRACLASSROOM
Treasurer to add the “Student Home Builder’s Club” to the previously established        ACCOUNT
student accounts. There will be money received from fund raising deposited into
this account. The money would be spent on the purchase of supplies to build items
to sell, transport to an event or show, food items for a chapter picnic or gathering,
products, tools or materials as scholarship items or a beautify the campus type
project, hotel and lodging if an out of town event comes up. The motion passed
unanimously.
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It was moved by Mrs. Beloncik and seconded by Mrs. Surman to approve application APPLICATION TO
to the State Education Department - Office of School Improvement and Community         STATE EDUCATION
Services for the operation of three (3) programs serving individuals under 21 years of DEPARTMENT
age that do not have a high school diploma or equivalent (Transitional Equivalency
Program, Alternative High School Equivalency Preparation Program and High School
Equivalency Preparation Program) for the 2007-08 School Year. The motion passed
unanimously.

Mrs. Beloncik requested that the minutes reflect that her husband is the Purchasing
Agent at Time Warner Cable.

It was moved by Mr. Kutzscher and seconded by Mrs. Surman to adjourn the              ADJOURNMENT
meeting at 8:50 p.m. The motion passed unanimously.


    July 27, 2007
          Date                               Sharon A. Kisby
                                             Clerk of the Board

								
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