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									                                                          Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                          June 14, 2010 – Page 1
                                   MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                     Minutes of June 14, 2010
                                   LAFAYETTE LEARNING CENTER

The regular business meeting of the Board of Education of the Morris School District, of Morris
County, New Jersey was held in the Lafayette Learning Center, 31 Hazel Street, Morristown, New
Jersey 07960 on Monday evening June 14, 2010 at 6:00 p.m.

Richard Rosenberg, the Interim Board Secretary, called the meeting to order and made the following
announcement: The New Jersey Open Public Meeting Law was enacted to insure the right of the
public to have advance notice of and to attend the meetings of public bodies at which any business
affecting their interest is discussed or acted upon. In accordance with the provisions of this Act the
Board of Education of the Morris School District in the County of Morris has caused notice of this
meeting to be published by having the date, time and place thereof posted. The notice was mailed to
the Daily Record, the Star Ledger, and to those persons or entities requesting notification, filed with
the municipal clerks of Morris Plains, Morristown and Morris Township, and posted at the
Administration Center, 31 Hazel Street, Morristown, New Jersey.

The time for the Morris School District, Board of Education meeting scheduled for June 14, 2010 at
6:30 p.m. is being changed to 6:00 pm. The board will open the meeting and immediately go into
closed session from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for the purpose of Donaldson Hearings. The regular
business portion of the meeting will be held at 8:00 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Lafayette
Learning Center, 31 Hazel Street, Morristown, New Jersey.

Action will be taken.

At the Roll Call, the following Board Members were present: Dr. Peter Gallerstein, Ms. Lynn
Horowitz, Mrs. Teresa Murphy, Mrs. Ann Rhines, Dr. Angela Rieck, Mrs. Marie Fornaro, Vice-
President and Ms. Lisa Pollak President. Mrs. Nancy Bangiola arrived at 7:50 p.m.; Ms. Sandra
McNeil arrived at 8:35 in open session and Mr. Christopher Gardner, Morris Plains Representative
was absent.

At 6:00 p.m. Dr. Rieck moved to go into closed session for Donaldson Hearings. Dr. Gallerstein
seconded the motion which carried unanimously with Mrs. Bangiola, Mr. Gardner and Ms. McNeil
absent.

Also present were Dr. Thomas Ficarra, Superintendent; Mr. Andrew Williams, Director of
Curriculum and Instruction; Ms. Martha Weber, Manager of Human Resources; Ms. Christine Kelly,
Assistant Board Secretary; Mr. Michael Amendola, Supervisor of Math and Science; Mrs. Nancy
Helterman, Director of Pupil Services; Mr. Scott Klepesch; Ms. Linda Murphy, Principal of
Morristown High School; Ms. Cristina Frazzano, Principal of Thomas Jefferson School; Dr. Karen
Andre, Dr. Anita Barber, Principal of Alfred Vail; and Special Counsel M.L. Fabian.

At 8:00 p.m. Dr. Rieck moved to go into open session. Mrs. Fornaro seconded the motion which
carried unanimously with Mr. Gardner and Ms. McNeil absent. Student Representative, Nikhil Shaw
and approximately 15 members of the public, press and staff were now present. Student
Representatives, Kelsey Brown was absent.
                                                          Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                          June 14, 2010 – Page 2

When the Board reconvened, Ms. Pollak announced that the Board had been meeting in closed
session for the purpose of Donaldson Hearings.


PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Ms. Pollak led in the Pledge of Allegiance.


COMMENDATIONS
Ms. Linda Murphy presented academic awards for:
       New Jersey Governor’s School Honorees
       National Semifinalist – U.S. Chemistry Olympiad
       New Jersey Boys State Delegates
Mr. Harry Sugar and Jan Leslie presented awards for:
       Morristown High School Math Team
Mr. Rutan, Ms. Davis presented awards for:
       Choral
       Orchestra


DONALDSON HEARING
A member of the staff (BG) exercised her right to a public board hearing addressing the non-renewal
of her contract for the 2010-11 school year. She presented her reasons for reconsideration as did
several of her witnesses. There were no questions or actions taken by the Board.
     .
SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT
Dr. Ficarra reported:
Mr. Williams had received a letter from Stevens Institute regarding the National Foundation
Math & Science Partnership. Twelve (12) of our teachers have been accepted for this summer. The
goal is to have all our math & science teachers trained.


COMMITTEE REPORTS
Finance Committee
Ms. Pollak & Mrs. Fornaro reported on the meeting
They reported they had met and minutes of that meeting were in the board books. They discussed:
Budget Funding
Facilities
Saw Turf Field
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                                                           June 14, 2010 – Page 3
VPB
Mrs. Rhines reported:
House elections were held for the upcoming school year. In each house at least 3 teachers ran for the
VPB position.
Student & parent representatives were selected for the House Council and VPB
A draft of the 5 year plan was presented with 4 Goals
Goal #1         To improve instruction and learning.
Goal #2         To create a positive school community among the staff and students characterized by
                unity, mutual respect and house identity.
Goal #3         To incorporate technology that enhances student learning.
Goal #4         To provide comprehensive support for all students.


Morristown High School
Nikhil reported:
PAST EVENTS
Senior Prom was held with no incidences. About 350 students attended.
National Honor Society held inductions.
Senior Awards were held.
Last Coffee House was held, there were over 75 in attendance as compared with the first Coffee
    House which had only 10 attendees.
UPCOMING EVENTS
June 14, 2010 Week of final exams.
June 17, 2010 Senior Picnic outside with class picture being taken on Turf Field.
June 21, 2010 Graduation.
June 21, 2010 Project Graduation will be at the Hilton in Parsippany.



MINUTES
Motion #1     that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              executive minutes from the regular business meeting of:
                                   May 24, 2010

Motion #2     that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              minutes from the regular business meeting of:
                                    May 24, 2010

Motion #3     that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              minutes from the special board meeting of:
                                    June 7, 2010

MINUTES (Motions #1-2)
Moved by Dr. Rieck, seconded by Mrs. Bangiola
AYES:        Mrs. Bangiola, Dr. Gallerstein, Ms. Horowitz except on Motion # 1&2, Ms. McNeil,
             Mrs. Rhines, Dr. Rieck except on Motion #1 & 2, Mrs. Fornaro Ms. Pollak,
NOES:        None
ABSTAIN: Ms. Horowitz on Motion # 1 & 2, Dr. Rieck on Motion # 1 & 2
ABSENT:      Mr. Gardner, Mrs. Murphy who left at 8:00 after closed session
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                                                          June 14, 2010 – Page 4

POLICY
Motion #1     that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              for first reading revisions to the following policies:

              P2428          Standards-Based Instructional Priorities
              P2560          Live Animals in School
              P5320          Immunization
              P5465          Early Graduation
              P7434          Smoking on School Grounds
              P8461          Reporting Violence, Vandalism, Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse
              P9120          Public Relations Program
              P9700          Special Interest Groups


Motion #2     that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              for first reading the following new policy:

              P8311          Managing Electronic Mail

Motion #3     that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              for first reading the following new regulation:

              R8420.7        Lockdown Procedures



POLICY (Motions #1-3)
Moved by Dr. Rieck, seconded by Mrs. Bangiola
AYES:        Mrs. Bangiola, Dr. Gallerstein, Ms. Horowitz, Ms. McNeil, Mrs. Rhines, Dr. Rieck,
             Mrs. Fornaro Ms. Pollak,
NOES:        None
ABSENT:      Mr. Gardner, Mrs. Murphy
                                                         Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                         June 14, 2010 – Page 5

EDUCATION MATTERS
Motion #1 that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
          the attendance of the following students in the Morris School District listed, for the
          2010-2011 school year, under the terms of Policy 5118, Non-Residents, governing the
          attendance of students of non-resident full time staff members.
          Student ID             Staff ID               Grade         School
          613927                 2214                   K             Alfred Vail
          614028                 0452                   K             Hillcrest
          614029                 0452                   K             Hillcrest
          613991                 0138                   K             Alfred Vail
          614073                 2855                   K             Hillcrest
          613290                 0432                   1             Alfred Vail
          613213                 0084                   1             Alfred Vail
          613049                 0130                   1             Woodland
          613248                 2230                   1             Alfred Vail
          613459                 2733                   1             Alfred Vail
          612992                 1010                   1             Normandy
          613221                 0774                   1             Woodland
          612257                 0339                   2             Hillcrest
          612192                 0734                   2             Hillcrest
          611117                 0084                   3             Sussex
          611134                 0130                   3             Jefferson
          611154                 1010                   3             Normandy
          611251                 0502                   3             Hamilton
          611258                 1318                   3             Hamilton
          *ME                    1091                   3             ?
          610101                 0138                   4             Sussex
          613601                 2485                   4             Sussex
          608360                 0130                   5             Jefferson
          607244                 0502                   5             Hamilton
          611401                 2616                   6             FMS
          607518                 0771                   6             FMS
          613245                 0213                   10            MHS
          604436                 0432                   10            MHS
          602287                 1164                   11            MHS
          611759                 0566                   11            MHS
          601857                 0807                   12            MHS
          610877                 1306                   12            MHS
          *Student has not yet registered

Motion #2     that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              submission of a grant to USDA, New Jersey Public School Contract in the amount of
              $25,455.
EXPLANATION:
The Morris School District seeks grant money for the purpose of purchasing new convection ovens
and hot holding cabinets for the elementary school programs and new stoves for the high school and
middle school. The district is currently working with dated and inefficient pizza ovens and no hot
holding cabinets to insure proper temperatures.
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                                                          June 14, 2010 – Page 6

Motion #3     that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education accept
              monies from the Morris Education Foundation for the following grant:

              Amount         School        Project
              $2,316.35      Normandy      Olivia Wahl Professional Development Extension in
                                           Action
                                           The elementary professional development has been
                                           focused on the works of Olivia Wahl. The Normandy
                                           Park faculty has been inspired by her integrated writing
                                           units and would like to expand her units of study. To
                                           accomplish this, they will create crates with lesson plans
                                           for mentor texts that support this child-centered
                                           curriculum. A mentor text is a published piece of writing
                                           whose ideas and structure can be used to guide students
                                           to write something original. The Scholastic crates will
                                           be utilized as a template by which to expand upon. In
                                           addition, they will utilize these crates to inspire teachers
                                           to create specific lessons with units of study that will
                                           focus on the six important traits of the writing process.
                                           These traits include ideas, organization, voice, word
                                           choice, conventions, and sentence fluency. These six
                                           traits help children to become self assessors and will
                                           provide the nuts and bolts of writing for both teachers
                                           and students as they engage collaboratively in the
                                           writing process. The range of reading levels in each of
                                           these crates will allow for differentiation within
                                           instruction.

Motion #4     that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              the classes attached to be offered in the Summer Plus 2010 Program which will be
              offered from June 28-August 6, 2010 at Frelinghuysen Middle School.

Motion #5     that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              the following field trips for the 2009-2010 school year.



EDUCATIONAL MATTERS(Motions #1-5)
Moved by Dr. Rieck, seconded by Mrs. Fornaro
AYES:        Mrs. Bangiola, Dr. Gallerstein, Ms. Horowitz, Ms. McNeil, Mrs. Rhines, Dr. Rieck,
             Mrs. Fornaro Ms. Pollak,
NOES:        None
ABSENT:      Mr. Gardner, Mrs. Murphy
                                                            Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                            June 14, 2010 – Page 7
Motion #4 attachment

To register for ESL, one of the following forms of identification must be presented: Social
Security Card, Tax Identification Number, or Alien Registration Card.
ESL (English as a Second Language)
ESL classes are held at Morristown High School from September to May. Registration begins
9/13/2010. Classes are held Mondays and Tuesdays from 6:30–9:00 pm and Saturday from 8:30 am
– 12:00 noon. A “photo ID” is required for registration. You will be placed in class only if there
is space. There is NO GUARANTEE.
SAT PREPARATION/REVIEW COURSE
(In preparation for the November SAT)
The SAT Preparation/Review course reviews the skills necessary for success on the SAT. Certified
teachers will review basic mathematical concepts in arithmetic, algebra and geometry. Additionally,
they will provide an extensive review in vocabulary building, sentence completions, critical reading,
grammar, usage, and essay writing. Since knowing how to take a test is almost as important as
mastery of the subject matter, the course also provides students with test-taking techniques that give
them self-confidence and the ability to take the test in a relaxed and assured manner. (Guarantee:
Student will improve the combined verbal and math score by at least 150 points over their Spring
2010 SAT or take the 5-session refresher course for just the $60 material fee.)
Instructor: Educational Services Center, Inc.
P.S.A.T. Prep
Attention Sophomores and Juniors!! Get ready for the PSAT with this comprehensive program in
which students will practice all question types and learn test taking strategies. Offered the week
before the actual test, this program helps prepare the students for the real thing! Students should
bring a calculator to class. REGISTERING FOR THIS COURSE DOES NOT REGISTER A
STUDENT FOR THE TEST. Contact the MHS Guidance Office for test registration
information. The PSAT test will be given on Saturday, October 16, 2010.
BOTH SESSIONS REQUIRED.                                Morristown High School $35.
US CITIZENSHIP CLASS
This class will help prepare adults for the naturalization process to become a US citizen. Students are
assisted with making the transition into the mainstream of American society with instruction in
English As a Second Language, United States government and law, American history, culture, and
customs. Since all instruction is oriented toward preparation for citizenship, students must possess an
advanced level of English. Social Security Card, Tax Identification Number or Alien
Registration Card required.
Instructor: Shelly Trautman

MONEY MATTERS

HOW TO INVEST: FOR WOMEN ONLY
If you are single, divorced, widowed or married, it is important that you become knowledgeable
about your investments. Prepare for the path ahead by learning how to put together a sensible
portfolio of index funds to protect your assets and allow your money to grow. Investing success
entails keeping costs down, taxes low and having the discipline to stick with a well diversified
portfolio. You will come out of these classes with a clear understanding of how to easily design a
plan for yourself and how to avoid some common mistakes in doing so.
Instructor: Jo-Ann Gallerstein
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TOP INVESTMENT MISTAKES TO AVOID
Steering clear of common investment mistakes can have a positive impact on your savings. It is easy
to avoid these pitfalls once you can recognize them. You will learn to identify a host of mistakes
including chasing past returns, market timing and hidden costs. We will discuss sound alternatives to
help you grow your wealth.
Instructor: Jo-Ann Gallerstein
THE FIVE THINGS NO ONE TELLS YOU UNTIL IT’S TOO LATE
Inspired by two recent (April 2010) articles in AARP’s magazine: “Living on the Edge” and “Love Is
(Not) All You Need”, we have taken the core of those two stories and created:
The Five Things No One Tells You Until It’s Too Late. This powerful program condenses five
important topics that everyone 55 plus should hear and prepare for. The following will be discussed:
living well on a fixed income; protecting assets from loss to a nursing home; what changes when two
become one----dealing with a spouse’s passing, divorce or loss to catastrophic illness; reducing all
your taxes, including property taxes; preventing medical costs and senior inflation from destroying
your retirement.
Instructor: Joseph Zingone
THE SIX “MUST HAVE” DOCUMENTS AND WHY MOST DON’T WORK
Unfortunately 95% of retirees don’t have these “Must Have” legal documents. For many this will
cause tremendous problems down the road. Everyone will learn the free steps to take today to avoid
a future mess. Healthcare Powers of Attorney, Healthcare Proxies, wills and more will be discussed.
Instructor: Joseph Zingone
CONSPIRACY AGAINST YOUR MONEY
The “Conspiracy” Reveals:
     Why what’s really happening in the economy is intentionally not being reported on the
        evening news;
     How the money in your retirement accounts is “quietly” being hijacked every day and how
        you can put an end to it NOW…
     Why the biggest risk in years ahead is being financially uneducated and how the financial
        industry is “cleverly” exploiting those who are uneducated about money…
     How a $50 trillion “transfer to wealth” is about to move from the uninformed to the informed
        and how you can be a part of the latter group….
Don’t be the last to find out about the conspiracy against your money.
Instructor: Aniko Giampietro

LANGUAGES

BEGINNER JAPANESE
This course will focus on an introduction to speaking and reading of the Japanese language. Students
will study conversational skills as well as the culture and the lifestyle of the Japanese people. The
course fee includes a textbook.
Instructor: Lie Narukawa Gitzel
BEGINNER SPANISH I
This course is designed for students with limited or no previous knowledge of Spanish, who are eager
to develop beginning conversational language skills. Basic vocabulary and grammar using daily life
situations will be the main topics covered. Tuition includes textbook.
Instructor: Linda Lopez                        .
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BEGINNER SPANISH II
This class takes off from where we left our Beginner Spanish I course. We will continue to develop
our knowledge of grammar, while we enhance our conversational skills in the areas of travel,
tourism, festivals, sports, food, clothing, stores, etc.
Instructor: Linda Lopez

FOOD

“ME & MOMMY/DADDY”(ages 8-12)
Do you have an aspiring chef or “foodie” at home? Come bond with your child during an
informational and educational kitchen experience. Make a kid friendly menu including salad,
personal pizzas and smoothies.
Instructor: Suzanne Nydick
CIAO ITALIANO…Baking With Annie
Remember the cookies your mom used to make or you wished she had made? Learn how to make
these wonderful family recipes. We will be making, Wedding Knot Cookies, Pinolli Cookies, and
Pecan Cranberry Biscotti. Take your cookies home or enjoy them fresh from the oven. Please bring
a cookie tin or container for your samples.
Instuctor: Annie Brown
HELLO CUPCAKE!
Don’t you just love CUPCAKES?? Cupcakes are the special treats that make everyone smile! Make
these delicious from scratch favorites: Red Velvet with Cream Cheese Frosting and Chocolate with
Chocolate and Peanut Butter Cup Frosting. Bring a box or container to bring your cupcakes home or
enjoy sampling here tonight.
Instructor: Annie Brown

POTPOURRI

SO YOU WANT TO ADD ON TO YOUR HOUSE…..
This seminar led by a licensed architect will discuss the planning and construction of an addition to
your house. This class provides an overview of the steps required to construct a residential addition.
It starts with the planning stages and ends with construction. Topics will include; establishing a
budget, selecting an architect and builder, incorporating “green” strategies, among others.
HOME STUDIO RECORDING 101
Designed for musicians, aspiring voice over performers, and anyone who has ever wanted to record
their own songs for a CD, this introductory course will explain how digital recording is available to
anyone that owns a computer. All equipment including microphones, interfaces, pre amps,
compressors, and mixing consoles will be explained with time for all students to test different
microphones and sounds. This program will also cover how to operate the basic functions of the
recording program. We will be constructing a song with all musical and vocal parts. Finally, mixing
and adding effects such as reverb or possibly distortion to a guitar.
Instructor: Mike Dennis
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WRITER’S CIRCLE
Writers of all levels – both published and unpublished: Join the writer’s circle and travel inward to
find your own unique voice. Using the Amherst Writers and Artists method, participants will write
during class, getting in touch with their creativity by responding to prompts, sharing what they’ve
written with the group (they are always free to pass) and responding positively to what is working
and what stays with the listener. This successful method is used by writers of all genres and creates a
nurturing space which, in turn, allows the writer the freedom to access their creative genius and bring
forth their own stories. No pre-work, homework or prior writing experience required. For more info
on the method visit www.amherstwriter.com. Please bring a notebook and your favorite pen/pencil to
class.
Instructor: Kathy Kane, of Kane Creative Consulting, LLC, Amherst Writers and Artists affiliate,
certified to lead workshops in the AWA method.
SUPER POWER MEMORY
Learn the secrets of developing a near photographic memory and discover easy and sure-fire ways to
instantly recall names, faces, lists, instructions, school work, and English and foreign vocabularies.
Whether you are a sales person who has to remember customers’ names, employed or not, 19-95
years old, you will benefit from this course. Workbook is included.
Instructor: Marc Sky, Memory Expert
DRIVER INSURANCE REDUCTION COURSE
A-1 Peck Driving School offers the state approved 6 hour Point and Insurance Reduction Course that
will reduce your violation record by 2 points. You will also be entitled to a minimum 5% off your
auto insurance for 3 years (check with your insurance company for specifics). The course fee
includes a workbook and certificate. Please bring a pen or pencil to class. (Course can only be taken
once every 5 years for point removal).
Classes will be held at 366 Route 46 East, Mine Hill, N.J.
Instructor: A-1 Peck instructors
DRIVER’S EDUCATION
Learn behind the wheel driver instruction from a New Jersey Certified Teacher who is experienced &
can help guide a new driver through the details of getting a license. Call the Community School
office, (973) 292-2063 for more information. Have the child’s name, birthdate, and best available
phone number to reach a parent or guardian.
Instructor: Matthew Swenson
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY…THE NEXT STEP
Learn how to organize, store, download your photographs, create slideshows and digital albums.
Prepare photos for sharing with family and friends online or with email. Learn how to edit and adjust
photos for best results. Take a look at some of the available online photo services and resources to
help you in this new hobby.
Instructor: Bill Martin
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MUSIC

GUITAR I (ages 16 and older)
No previous musical experience is necessary for this course. Learn basic chords and how to “pick”
and “strum” while you sing old and new songs. All music will be supplied, but a Guitar, capo, and
pitch pipe are needed.
Instructor: Ruthe Clare Jacobsen
GUITAR II (ages 16 and older)
This course is a continuation of Guitar I. A knowledge of the basic chords is required. More new
“strums” and techniques will be taught. All music will be supplied, but a Guitar, capo, and pitch pipe
are needed.
Instructor: Ruthe Clare Jacobsen

COMPUTERS

INTRO TO MICROSOFT WORD 2007
PREREQUISITE: Keyboarding skills and a USB thumb drive for training files. Microsoft
Word 2007 is the program of choice of many area employers. Some of the topics covered include a
comprehensive review of the new Ribbon, creating and saving documents, formatting and editing
text, using tabs and indents, tables, working with multi-page documents and shortcuts. Materials will
be available for purchase in class from the instructor.
Instructor: Software Training Solutions, LLC
INTRO TO EXCEL 2007
PREREQUISITE: Keyboard skills and a USB thumb drive for training files. Microsoft Excel
2007 is a spreadsheet program. A comprehensive review of the Ribbon and where to find various
commands and options will be explored. Learn to organize data, perform calculations on the data,
make decisions regarding the data, and create graphs and charts based on the data and to develop
professional reports. If time permits you will also be introduced to the sharing of graphics and data
between applications contained in the Microsoft Office family. Materials will be available for
purchase from the instructor.
Instructor: Software Training Solutions, LLC
NEW!!INTRO TO FACEBOOK – SOCIAL NETWORKING TIPS AND TRICKS
This course is designed for the novice to social networking and will provide you with the information
necessary to create an account, understand, keep up with, and manage your privacy settings, how to
share information, and upload pictures. This is also a good intro for parents who are trying to keep
up with what their children are doing and want to have a better understanding of privacy issues that
need to be considered when sharing information in this type of setting. This course is conducted
seminar style. However, you should feel free to bring your own laptop with wireless broadband
capabilities if you wish to work hands on with the instructor.
Instructor: Software Training Solutions, LLC
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DANCE

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GREAT EXERCISE PROGRAM THAT IS ALSO FUN!
FUN! FUN!....TRY……
LINE DANCING FOR BEGINNERS
Line dancing is a great way to exercise, socialize and have fun!! You do not need a partner. Dance
experience is not required. This is not “Country Line Dancing” – we dance to all kinds of music:
Latin, Country, Popular, Swing, etc.
Instructor: Robert Mast
LINE DANCING – INTERMEDIATE
This class consists of open dancing only to provide an excellent aerobic workout and apply the
dances and techniques learned in the Beginner class – there are no lessons in this class. (Prerequisite
– Must take Line Dancing for Beginners).
BALLROOM DANCING
Feel the ease and joy of dancing with your partner when you learn the correct way to dance together.
It’s amazing how quickly you will feel connected to each other, whether it is waltz, foxtrot, cha cha
or tango, rumba or the salsa. (No guarantee of partners for single registrants.)
Instructor: Adria Cook
SWING
Learn basic swing and variations will come easily. You don’t need to be a naturally gifted dancer to
learn how to dance to the beat. Enjoy learning easy leading and following techniques while you
move comfortably from pattern to pattern. You’ll love dancing to the upbeat tempo of the greatest
hits from the 50’s and 60’s. (No guarantee of partners for single participants).
Instructor: Adria Cook
INTERMEDIATE TAP DANCE
This class takes off from the beginner’s level with more intricate steps. It is still a great way to
exercise, learn and have fun!
Instructor: Joanne Griffo
ADVANCED TAP DANCE
This class is for the experienced tap dancer who wants to increase his/her skill level. Of course, it is
also a great way to exercise, learn new steps and have fun!
Instructor: Joanne Griffo
THE ART OF BELLY DANCE
Learn the basics of the beautiful age-old art of belly dance, a folk dance that people perform at joyous
occasions. Not only will you learn the movements, but you will also learn breathing techniques,
improve your posture and increase flexibility. With an infusion of ballet, Africa and hip hop
movements, and good exercise, belly dance has something for everyone.
Instructor: Mariesa Salvato
INTERMEDIATE BELLY DANCE
In this intermediate course you will learn the same techniques covered in the beginner class with an
emphasis on expressing emotion, fluid arm movements and layering steps for faster, more complex
choreography.
Instructor: Mariesa Salvato
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FUN & FITNESS

HORSEBACK RIDING FOR ADULTS
Rank beginners or “I-did-it-a-long-time-ago-but-forgot-how-to” riders will appreciate this
opportunity to acquire or refine their riding skills under the tutelage of our patient and friendly
instructors. In order to enhance the safety and efficiency of the participants, we cover barn
management issues and good horsemanship practices in conjunction with Horseback Riding.
Participants will learn how to groom, saddle up, understand basic equine senses, body language and
other pertinent information. Riding lessons in the ring or on our trails will develop confidence
through proven methods involving equisthenics and gentle balance-seat exercises. Choice of English
or Western saddle. Bring a bicycle helmet or we will provide a riding helmet. Strong, hiking-type
boots, jeans and weather-related attire suggested. A carrot would be nice too.
Instructor: Seaton Hackney Stables, 440 South Street, Morristown, N.J.
TENNIS FOR BEGINNERS
Learn to play tennis, a sport for a lifetime! Tennis is great fun and great recreation. All you need is a
tennis racket, a pair of tennis shoes, and the desire to learn the game. Learn the basics of footwork,
forehand, backhand, serve, and volley. Learn tennis rules, etiquette and basic strategy for singles and
doubles play. (Makeup classes will be scheduled for those cancelled due to rain). Class limited to 8
people.
Instructor: Capo Tennis America                                 Frelinghuysen Middle School
TENNIS FOR LOW INTERMEDIATE
Continuing from skills learned during the beginner class, you will reinforce skills and have more
confidence in your strokes and game.
Instructor: Capo Tennis America                                 Frelinghuysen Middle School
TENNIS FOR INTERMEDIATE PLAYERS
For players who can sustain slow-paced rally with players of equal ability, know positioning on the
court for singles and doubles, and want to improve their overall game. This is the opportunity to
“accessorize your game” by adding spin to your serve, learning topspin and slice ground strokes,
using drop shots and lobs and half-volleys, and understanding approach shots and “open stance”.
This is also a great opportunity to improve your backhand, forehand and serve. Class limited to 8
people.
Instructor: Capo Tennis America                         Frelinghuysen Middle School
GOLF FOR BEGINNERS
Are you interested in learning the basic skills needed to play golf? This class introduces you to the
fundamentals of the swing including grip, stance, posture, alignment, and general course knowledge.
A great opportunity to learn the basics; newly heated booths at a professional golf range. Bring a
putter, 7-iron and a positive attitude!!! Clubs available upon request.
Classes will be held at Clubhouse Golf Center, intersection of Sussex Tpke. & Route 10 East in
Randolph
Instructor: Joe Robert, PGA Teaching Professional
INTERMEDIATE GOLF
Review swing fundamentals and optimize your potential to score lower this year! This course is
designed to identify and correct swing faults and improve practice habits. A great way to improve
distance and set your playing goals. Bring a 7-iron and your “driving club”. Heated booths and clubs
available upon request.
Classes will be held at Clubhouse Golf Center, intersection of Sussex Tpke. & Route 10 East in
Randolph
Instructor: Joe Robert, PGA Teaching Professional
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BOOT CAMP CIRCUIT
A great way to burn calories and work your body in half the time! This efficient exercise program
works all your muscles including your heart. A versatile form of training in which you will work
from one exercise station to the next with no rest, until a “full circuit” is completed. Cardiovascular
and body toning included. Please bring Hand Weights and a towel or mat for the abdominal segment.
All fitness levels will benefit from this class.
Instructor: Nancy Courtney, ACE Certified
ZUMBA
This fitness class is easy to follow and designed for the beginner; however, EVERYONE will get a
fantastic workout. Zumba is the newest fitness craze worldwide! An aerobic “party” class
combining high-energy, vibrant, Latin music with some moves from dance that allow participants to
sweat while having FUN. No dance experience necessary. Please bring a towel or mat for the toning
segment. (For beginners only).
Instructor: Nancy Courtney, ACE Certified
CARDIO SCULPT
A great way to work out! With intervals of cardio movements and toning exercises, this class moves
along steadily to prevent boredom and burn calories. The class culminates with abdominal and
pilates exercises. A physical challenge for everyone from the beginner to the advanced exerciser.
Lots of energy and lots of fun! TRY IT! Please bring a towel or mat. Hand weights suggested, but
not required.
Instructor: Nancy Courtney, ACE Certified
CARDIO KICKBOXING
This fat-blasting aerobic Kickboxing workout is one of the hottest workouts in America. Easy to
learn and follow combinations of moves and techniques that are taken from martial arts, boxing and
traditional aerobics include jabs, punches and kicks. Strengthen your heart, boost metabolism,
increase energy, tone muscles, burn fat and flatten abdominals. Your instructor is ACE certified and
has over 20 years teaching experience. (Please wear good sneakers and bring along a towel or mat.)
Instructor: Nancy Courtney, ACE Certified
AWESOME ABS
Here is the class everyone looks forward to! 30 minutes devoted exclusively to abdominal exercises
working the upper and lower abdominals and obliques! Flatten and tone the stomach, back and waist.
Men, women, beginners and advanced participants will benefit from this class. Take advantage of
this unique program and work towards the 6 pack abs about which you’ve always dreamed. (Bring a
towel or a mat to class.)
Instructor: Nancy Courtney, ACE Certified
BODY TONING
This class is designed with various exercises to specifically strengthen and tone all areas of your body
including arms, chest, back, abdominals, hips and legs. Increase your flexibility and trim inches so
your clothes will fit loosely. Hand weights are helpful but not necessary. (Bring a mat or towel to
class.)
Instructor: Nancy Courtney, ACE Certified
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WINTER SESSION
Keep up your exercise program between semesters by enrolling in the following classes:
Instructor: Nancy Courtney, ACE Certified        Alfred Vail School
Cardio Kickboxing Winter
Awesome Abs Winter
Body Toning Winter
Cardio Sculpt Winter
Trim & Slim Winter
Zumba Winter
Awesome Abs Winter

ARTS & CRAFTS

FALL ONE STROKE SERIES: Two classes to get you started with ONE Stroke Painting
A decorative painting technique that concentrates on loading the brush instead of traditional theories
of light and dark. No experience needed. Learn the one stroke leaf, pumpkins and sunflowers, and a
variety of filler flowers so you can paint your own center table mat. All supplies included: brushes,
paint, practice sheets and surfaces. Bring a roll of paper towels to class.
Instructor: Diane Spadola, OSCI
ONE STROKE PAINTING: Gifts for the Holidays
Two more classes for the beginner or continuing student. We will learn a winter design which looks
great on a ceramic serving tray, and also a beautiful glass hurricane lamp with fall leaves, pumpkins
and harvest accents. Both in time for your holiday gift-giving. All supplies included: brushes, paint,
practice sheets and surfaces. Bring a roll of paper towels to class.
Instructor: Diane Spadola, OSCI
BEGINNING WOODWORKING
(Please note: Experienced students are welcome.) As a beginner, learn the safe operation of power
and hand woodworking tools and how to design or select a project that incorporates the basic
elements of woodworking: layout, joint woodworking techniques, such as wooden plan making,
“white coopering” (wooden utensil making), 18th century joinery, or “rustic” furniture making. Bring
a notebook to the first class and be prepared to start a project the second class. Materials extra.
Enroll early! Don’t be closed out because the class fills quickly.
Instructor: Derek Polzer, Assistant Instructor: Lynn Trackenberg
CLAYWORKS*
Of the ten sessions offered in this course, the first four to six will be devoted exclusively to pottery-
wheel techniques (throwing on the wheel). When a sufficient number of pieces have been made and
bisque fired, glazes and various glaze techniques will be discussed. Bisque pieces will be glazed and
fired and the relationship between glaze design and form will be studied. Some pieces will be glazed
in class, but it is suggested that most of the glazing be done at home so that the emphasis can be on
wheel work. Required materials include clay, glazes, a trimming tool and a pottery needle.
(Purchase of these items will be discussed in the first session.)
Instructor: Bill Wicke
THE JOY OF WATERCOLOR*
Learn to create exciting watercolors step by step in a fun and spontaneous environment. You will
receive color samples of each project. Even the absolute beginner will come away with a beautiful
work of art. Painting is exciting! It’s spontaneous! Every class begins with a painting
demonstration, followed by one-to-one individual guidance so that even a beginner will see results!
Instructor: Mark DeMos
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BEGINNER KNITTING
Learn the basic knitting techniques. Each week a new stitch and technique will be taught. Class will
start with a demonstration of the stitch to be learned, followed by questions and individual student
needs. At the end of the course you will have learned all you need to know to knit a
simple scarf or sweater. Patterns will be given as well as handouts of everything taught. Bring size
10, 10 ½, or 11 knitting needles and 1 skein of worsted weight, 4-ply yarn to class.
Instructor: Camille Daunno
INTERMEDIATE KNITTING
Take your knitting to the next level. If you already have a basic knowledge of knitting, you are ready
to try some new stitches and techniques. Learn how to change colors, work with two balls of yarn,
make button holes, work with circular needles and how to create a variety of stitches. You will
perfect your pieces by learning how to seam and pick up a dropped stitch as well as how to block
your work for that “finished” look. Feel free to bring in your own work in progress and work along
in class. Individual attention will be given to each student. Please bring 1 pair of size 10, 10 ½ or 11
needles and 1 skein of 4 ply worsted weight yarn.
Instructor: Camille Daunno

SWIMMING

ADULT LEARN TO SWIM BEGINNING
Everyone should, for his or her own safety, know how to swim. Do your kids swim? Join them. We
succeed where others don’t. Faces underwater, optional. It’s good for you and it’s fun!
Instructor: Cathy Lawson, WSI Certified
INTERMEDIATE STROKE CLINIC
Must be comfortable swimming in deep water. Learn additional strokes, diving, and how to swim for
fitness. An excellent place to begin training for the triathlon.
Instructor: Cathy Lawson, WSI Certified


AQUA AEROBICS
This low-impact, high-intensity workout uses water as resistance. Work on flexibility and increase
your range of motion. Develop cardiovascular strength and endurance. Limited strength training is
possible. The music and your classmates will make the workout FUN. Swimming skills are not
necessary. We encourage all to join us regardless of current physical condition.
Instructor: Chris Weaver

HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

RIDING THE INFERTILITY ROLLERCOASTER
This is a heartwarming and inspiring workshop for any woman involved in the emotional turmoil of
infertility and the quest to become pregnant. Through anecdotes and real life experiences, Tracey
explains the overwhelming stress involved in dealing with this hopeful scenario and guides
participants toward a broader perspective. This engaging program helps women focus on the
positive, stay connected with themselves and their partners, separate emotions from the process and
live in the moment. Tracey’s book, Searching for Inspiration in the Infertility Rollercoaster, will
be available for purchase.
Instructor: Tracey Serebin
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TAI CHI CHUAN
Tai Chi Chuan is often called “Moving Meditation” and sometimes “Chinese Yoga.” All movements
are practiced slowly, as the student learns to integrate internal and external energies into a smooth
and flowing whole. That balanced connection is called “tai chi”. Learn basic stances, traditional
warm-ups, chi kung breathing and Tai Chi 42 form. This form is well known throughout China, and
is a synthesis of four different styles of Tai Chi Chuan. Tai Chi can cultivate an inner sense of calm
and peace and a spiritual alignment that arises from physical alignment. Tai Chi teaches how to
move the body powerfully, and how to engage the body’s internal power or “chi.” Please wear
comfortable exercise clothes and Tai Chi shoes if available; if not, sneakers are acceptable.
Instructor: Gary Carbone of Prana Yoga Center
BUTTS, GUTS & SCULPTING
This combined course will train the Center Core for improved strength and flexibility. Conditioning
all areas of the abdominal, gluteal, waist and back regions. Participants will gain a lean and strong
torso and rear area. Get in shape and have fun while enhancing the overall health of your back.
Bring a towel and water.
Instructor: Kathi Morriello, B.F.A. Dance Education, AFFA certified with an MS ED. Dance Fitness
Professional.
PILATES MATWORK CLASS
Learn how to integrate the methods of body conditioning developed by Joseph Pilates, with
fundamental postures and movements that will encourage an awareness of body alignment and
fluidity of movement. Focus will be on strengthening the core muscles of the body (abdominal, back
and hip muscles) and increasing flexibility to build a strong functional body and better posture. Bring
a pilates or yoga mat to class and wear exercise clothes. Classes are done barefoot – no special shoes
required.        Instructor: Prana Yoga Center
YOGA (Hatha Yoga)
Yoga is a system of deep stretching postures that can relieve stiff aching muscles. It tones and aligns
the body for smooth and efficient functioning. Deep relaxation methods are done following Yoga to
allow the body to balance and rejuvenate. Practicing Yoga will increase strength, stamina and
flexibility. It will calm and nurture your body and mind, increase circulation, improve resistance to
stress, increase your energy, and invigorate your body. Please bring a yoga mat and wear exercise
clothes. Classes are done barefoot – no special shoes required.
Instructor: Prana Yoga Center
HIKING FOR HEALTH
Hiking is an adventure that occurs in a setting of sensory stimulation. Plummeting waterfalls,
cerulean lakes and majestic vistas await you along forested trails in the NJ/NY area. Improve
strength and flexibility while becoming immersed in nature’s refreshing oasis of peace and reflection.
Achieve benefits in weight management, muscle tone and cardiovascular health while adding
harmony, balance and tranquility to your life. Novice and veteran hikers are welcome. Included are
one classroom session and 9 hiking dates, scheduled between Oct. 2 and Nov. 27.           Instructor:
Doug Gould, President and Senior Guide, Adventure Unlimited
KAYAKING
The cool morning mist mixing with the warmth of the rising sun begins the subtle flow of energy
along the river. Your sleek water craft embraces these rhythms and serves as a conduit into the
serenity of the natural world. Delight in scenery and wildlife as we paddle a calm section of the
Delaware River in northwestern NJ. A short learning curve for beginners assures a pleasant
experience on the very first outing. Veteran paddlers are welcome. Tuition includes one classroom
session, rental and transportation of kayaks, life jackets, instruction and guide fee for one kayak trip.
Trip date Sunday Oct. 10, with a rain date of Sunday, Oct. 17.
Instructor: Doug Gould, President and Senior Guide, Adventure Unlimited
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KIDS KORNER

HORSEBACK RIDING (8 – 12 Yrs)
Seaton Hackney Stables has a special program for Beginner Riders, 8 – 12 years old, wishing to start
horseback riding lessons in a supportive, non-threatening atmosphere in small groups of 6-8 riders.
We will be using cobs or large ponies, smaller and more manageable than their full size equine
counterparts. Before each lesson, the participants will cover, hands-on, basic horsemanship matters
such as grooming, hoof picking, saddling, bridling, general safety on and about the horse and barn
management issues. Then the 1-hour riding lesson, in a ring or on fenced-in trails will help students
develop self-confidence and a better understanding of the horse. Choice of English or Western
saddle. Bring a bicycle helmet or we will provide a riding helmet. Strong, hiking-type boots, jeans
and weather-related attire suggested. A carrot would be nice too.
Instructor: Seaton Hackney Stables, 440 South Street, Morristown, N.J.

“ME & MOMMY/DADDY”(ages 8-12)
Do you have an aspiring chef or “foodie” at home? Come bond with your child during an
informational and educational kitchen experience. Make a kid friendly menu including salad,
personal pizzas and smoothies.
Instructor: Suzanne Nydick
VOLCANOES (Gr. K-2)
Volcanoes and the ring of fire circle the earth. We’ll hold volcanic rocks, minerals & crystals. We’ll
build a giant volcano with the biggest eruption. (All materials are included.)
Instructor: Pearl Observatory, Gillette, NJ

NEW!! OUR MOON, METEORS AND CRATERS
Learn about our Moons, Mountains and Craters. Hold a real Meteorite!! There is no dark side of the
moon, it’s just day and night.
Instructor: Pearl Observatory, Gillette, N.J.
ROCKETS
We’ll build and blast off Rockets to far away planets. Learn about ongoing space missions. These
rockets fly 400 feet into the sky!!
Instructor: Pearl Observatory, Gillette, N.J.
EYES OF THE WILD (Gr. K-2)(except Normandy Park K-5)
NEW ANIMALS FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2010-2011
Meet Mammals from around the world! Enjoy gentle hands on experiences with small, non-
threatening animals such as skunks, parrots, armadillos, wallabies and many surprises! Behaviors,
habitats, adaptations, survival strategies and relationships with humans are introduced using charming
stories about these unique animals. Welcome to the animal kingdom!
Instructor: Enrich and Grow Academy
ROBOTICS–ASTRONAUT ROBOT FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2010-2011(Gr.3-5)
Build your own robot! Robots go home after the completion of the program. Your child learns the
fundamentals of sensors and gear drives, basic electronics, logic and reasoning, block diagrams, and
schematics. Motivational and a self-confidence builder, ideal for a budding scientist!!
Instructor: Enrich and Grow Academy
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JR. LEGO ARCHITECT *NEW LEGO PROGRAM* (Gr. K-2)(except Normandy Park K-5)
Bring your Lego building skills to a whole new level and keep every Lego item you build! We focus
on basic architectural building, creative design and different educational themes. We offer a huge
selection of models including the current “Atlantis” plus other favorite sets. Create buildings,
vehicles, robots, and machines. Stretch your child’s imagination through building and social
interaction while building together. Come build with us!
Instructor: Enrich and Grow Academy
LEGO STAR WARS & MOTORIZED MECHANISMS: (Ages 7-12)
Lego enthusiasts! Have fun building your favorite adventure from a Star Wars galaxy that is far, far
away. Star Wars projects will vary depending on availability but will probably include most of these
new models which will vary by age level: Clone Turbo Tank, Emperor Palpatine’s Shuttle, Slave I,
Hoth Wampa Cave, Tantive IV, Separatist Shuttle, Y-wing, Droid Trifighter, ARC-170 Starfighter,
Republic Swamp Speeder, Freeco Speeder, Tie Defender, Snow Trooper Battle-Pack, and much
more. Students will build a wide assortment of motorized Lego machines with the Lego education
motorized mechanisms curriculum that is designed to teach students just how those complex
machines work. Topics include simple machines, mechanical advantage, gear ratios, and a host of
others. This is a stimulating hands on enrichment program. All students will take home a Lego Star
Wars project. Students will not build all projects listed.
Instructor: Super Science for Kids, Daniel Weissman
ADVANCED ROBOTICS (Ages 10-12)
Our robotics program for ages 10-12 will include all of the fun aspects of our robotics 2010 program
plus additional models and challenges that require more dexterity and a little more perseverance.
Students will use the Robotix building system to design, invent, and construct robotic creations from
their own imagination. These include our robot Olympics, Battle-Bot competition, robo-bowling,
tractor pull, Mission to Mars robot challenge and more. In addition, students will use Lego
Mindstorms robotic system to design and program a variety of unique robotic creations including a
robotic arm and all-terrain explorer. All students will take home TWO sound and touch sensitive
robotic insect creatures as part of the program.
Instructor: Super Science for Kids, Daniel Weissman
LEGO LOCO (Ages 7-12)
Are you wild about building Legos? This course is designed for those that really like to build!
Themes will include Prince of Persia, Indiana Jones, Lego Racers, Lego Creator, Lego City, Power
Miners, Agents, Technic, Pirates, and Bionicle. Specific models will depend upon availability. This
is a stimulating hands-on enrichment program. All students will take home a Lego project. Students
will not build all projects listed. (Lego Star Wars, Trains, and Mindstorm are not offered in this
course).
Instructor: Super Science for Kids, Daniel Weissman
SPORTS SQUIRTS (Ages 3-5)
Sports Squirts is a great way to introduce your 3 – 5 year old child to a variety of sports. In this
program they will enjoy such games as soccer, t-ball and basketball while they strengthen hand/eye
coordination, balance, agility and movement. These activities are designed to ensure your child’s
learning, skill development and fun, fun, fun! PARENTS ARE REQUIRED TO REMAIN ON SITE
FOR THE DURATION OF THE CLASS. No class on 11/1.
Instructor from US Sports Institute
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SENIOR SPORTS SQUIRTS (Ages 5-7)
Why should the younger ones have all the fun? In this program for older children, students will learn
the basic fundamentals and play 6 different sports: Soccer, Basketball, Lacrosse, Cricket, Hockey,
Flag Football. A typical session is broken down as follows: 5 min. warm up, 15 min. technical skills,
20 min. fun activity, 20 min small sided games. PARENTS ARE REQUIRED TO REMAIN ON
SITE FOR THE DURATION OF THE CLASS. No class on 11/1.
Instructor: US Sports Institute
GET HOOKED ON GOLF (Ages 7-12)
Introduce your children to golf the right way!! In this new program students will learn how to play
golf in a positive yet disciplined environment. They will learn the basic elements of swinging a club,
including golf grip, posture, and body alignment and they will use drills to learn and improve the
basics of good golf.
Classes will be held at Clubhouse Golf Center, intersection of Sussex Tpke. & Route 10 E,
Randolph
Instructor: Joe Robert, PGA Teaching Professional

The following classes are offered by Kathi Morriello, B.F.A. Dance Education, M.S. Ed in
Movement Studies who teaches at Morristown High School. All classes are held in the professional
dance studio, complete with mirrors and hardwood floor, located in Morristown High School. (The
Community School cannot guarantee that a nurse will be present on the site of this course if a student
should require the use of a prefilled auto-injector to address an allergic reaction. If you have a
concern regarding this situation, please contact the Community School.)
PRE-BALLET/TUMBLING for 4 & 5 year olds
This fit and fun filled movement class is designed to teach the basics of dance through rhythm and
coordination tasks, dancing and tumbling. Children will direct their energy constructively in this
action-packed class while developing vital motor skills used through life. Comfortable clothing or
tumbling or leotard outfits should be worn. Mats will be provided
BALLET/TAP for ages 6, 7 & 8 year olds
Students will be introduced to the basic ballet technique through traditional Russian style training.
They will develop poise, grace and strength in preparation for any type of dancing.
                                             2010 Fall Trips
King Tut and the Golden Age of the Pharoahs            Sat, Sept 25            9:00AM-4:00PM
        New York, NY
NY Botanical Gardens                                   Tues, Oct 12            9:15AM-4:30PM
        New York, NY
Lady Mendl’s Tea Salon at Irving Place                 Wed, Oct 20             11:30AM-5:30PM
        New York City, NY
Scarecrow Invasion at the Lyndhurst Mansion            Fri, Oct 29             8:00AM-6:00PM
        Lunch at Culinary Institute, Tarrytown, NY
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade                         Thurs, Nov 25           7:30AM-1:30PM
        NY, NY
Holiday Shopping                                       Sat, Dec 4              9:00AM-5:30PM
        NYC, NY
“Lion King”/ “Come Fly Away”                           Sat, Nov 13             11:00MA-6:00PM
        NYC, NY
Lower East Side Tenement Museum/Noah’s Ark Sun, Nov 7                          8:30AM-3:3PM
        NY, NY
Holidays at Drumthwacket/ Alchemist & Barrister Wed, Dec 8                     9:15AM-4:30PM
        Princeton, NJ
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PUPIL SERVICES
ADMISSION OF AN EXCHANGE STUDENT
Motion # 1 that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
           the admission of an exchange student from the following country, with tuition waiver.
           The student will be sponsored through the World Heritage and will be living with a
           Morris School District resident family for the 2010-2011 school year.

              Student’s Initials           Grade                 Home Country
              KG                           10                    Germany

EXPLANATION: Information was submitted indicating that the student has sufficient
         proficiency in English to benefit from academic      instruction at Morristown High
         School and that he/she is in good     standing in his/her current program. The student
         will not be    eligible for a diploma through Morristown High School and is
                 admitted for only one school year.

OUT OF DISTRICT/HOME INSTRUCTION ROSTER
Motion #2 that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
          placements and instructional services for students with disabilities, including those on
          Home Instruction, those received by the district and those attending schools for which
          tuition is charged, for the month of June 2010, as noted in the detailed listing attached
          herein and maintained on file in the Board Secretary’s office.



PUPIL SERVICES (Motions #1-2)
Moved by Dr. Rieck, seconded by Mrs. Fornaro
AYES:        Mrs. Bangiola, Dr. Gallerstein, Ms. Horowitz, Ms. McNeil, Mrs. Rhines, Dr. Rieck,
             Mrs. Fornaro Ms. Pollak,
NOES:        None
ABSENT:      Mr. Gardner, Mrs. Murphy
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                             RESOLUTION

     WHEREAS, the Board of Education has received notification of the retirement
     WHEREAS, the Board of Education has received notification of the retirement
of Angela Moschella, QUEST Teacher assigned to NormandyAve. School, effective
of Alyse Kalas, Special Education Teacher assigned to Sussex Park School, effective
July 1, 2010.
July 1, 2010.



    WHEREAS, the Board of Education wishes to recognize her eight years and
    WHEREAS, the Board of Education wishes to recognize her twelve years eight
months of dedicatedto the studentsstudentsMorris School District.District.
of dedicated service service to the of The of The Morris School



     THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepts the
     THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Education accepts the
retirement of Ms. Moschella with sincere regret, with with wishes for a for a happy
retirement of Ms. Kalas with sincere regret, and and best best wishes happy
retirement life.
retirement life.



    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution
    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution
be spread Upon the Minutes of this meeting and a copy forwarded to Ms. Moschella.
be spread Upon the Minutes of this meeting and a copy forwarded to Ms. Kalas.



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                                         Board President
                                         Board President


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                                         Board Secretary
                                         Board Secretary


                     MORRIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
              REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING, JUNE 14, 2010
                                         UNE
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HUMAN RESOURCES

RESIGNATION(S)/TERMINATION(S) 2010-2011

Motion #1   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
            the resignation(s) and/or termination(s) of the following staff according to the
            effective date and reason shown:

            Kalas, Alyse                               July 01, 2010 *
            Spec Ed, SX                                Retirement

            Miller, Karlee                             July 01, 2010
            CABAS Trainee, PS                          Resignation

            Moschella, Angela                          July 01, 2010
            QUEST, NP                                  Retirement

            Semel, Rochelle                            July 01, 2010
            PAR, WD                                    Retirement

            Salerno, Lorraine                          July 01, 2010
            LR/PG Aide, FMS                            Retirement

            *Revised date

REAPPOINTMENT NON-CERTIFICATED STAFF 2010-2011

Motion #2   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
            the reappointment of the following non-certificated staff:

            Buie, Gardnella                                     Gibson, Marcia
            Burroughs, Shari                                    Guerrero, Afaf Yohari
            Denninger, Deborah                                  Millan, Jaqueline
            DiCataldo, Irene                                    Pooler, Jamie
            Evans, Aylisia                                      Wilson, Jennifer
            Gardberg, Steven
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APPOINTMENT(S) 2010-2011

Motion #3      that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education
               approve the appointment of the following to the position/s stated at the annual
               salary rates and effective date/s shown, and further that the Board of Education
               approve the submission to the County Superintendent applications for emergency
               hiring and each applicant’s attestation that s/he has not been convicted of any
               disqualifying crime pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 18a6-7.1 et seq.;
               18:39-17 et seq.; 18A:6-4.13 et seq.:

                                                                                  In place of:

Clark. Damon                         $ 51,147        09/01/10-06/30/10            Dumas, L.
ISS, FMS                             BA, Step 3                                   Resigned

Componile, Joseph                    $ 46,929        09/01/10-06/30/10            Employee #3009
Physics, MHS                         BA, Step 1                                   Not reappointed

Hudak, Joseph *                      $ 38,888       07/06/10-6/30/10              Scalzo, D.
Custodian, MHS                       (including boiler license stipend)           Resigned

Kellman, Janet **                    $116,681        07/01/10-06/30/10            Barber, A.
Principal, AV                                                                     Retired

Reid, Barbara *                      $ 5,400        09/01/10-06/30/10             Established
Bus Aide, Transportation             $12/ hr, 2-½ hours per day                   Agenda: 03/22/10

*      Pending completion of 90-day probation.
**     Pending completion of paperwork.

SUBSTITUTE(S) 2009-2010

Motion #4      that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
               that the following name(s) be added to the list of substitutes for the 2009-2010 school
               year, and further that the Board of approve submission to the County Superintendent
               applications for emergency hiring and each applicant’s attestation that s/he has not
               been convicted of any disqualifying crime pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.A.
               18a:6-7.1 et seq., 18A:6-4.13 et seq.:

               Teacher, Degreed
               Patusco, Erica                                         Senko, Lauren

               Teacher Assistant
               Rodman, Rachel - effective 05/20/10
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SUBSTITUTE(S) 2010-2011

Motion #5   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
            that the following name(s) be added to the list of substitutes for the 2010-2011 school
            year, and further that the Board of approve submission to the County Superintendent
            applications for emergency hiring and each applicant’s attestation that s/he has not
            been convicted of any disqualifying crime pursuant to the provisions of N.J.S.A.
            18a:6-7.1 et seq., 18A:6-4.13 et seq.:

            Teacher, Degreed
            Patusco, Erica                                          Senko, Lauren

            Assistant Behavior Specialist
            Acosta, Yndira

            Teacher Assistant
            Rodman, Rachel
            Sluk, Maureen

LEAVE(S) OF ABSENCE 2009-2010

Motion #6   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
            a leave of absence to the following staff under the conditions stated and effective dates
            shown:

            Employee #3087                                12/09/09-06/30/10 ***
                                                          Administrative
                                                          Revised dates

            Roby, Lara                                    05/03/10-06/21/10 Maternity *
            ELL, MHS                                      09/01/10-10/31/10 FMLA **
                                                          Revised dates

            *      Accumulated sick leave may be used up to a period of eight weeks (four weeks
                   before and four weeks after the birth of the baby) – with pay/with benefits.
            **     Without pay/with benefits.
            ***    With pay/with benefits.
                                                           Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                           June 14, 2010 – Page 27

LEAVE(S) OF ABSENCE 2010-2011

Motion #7    that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
             a leave of absence to the following staff under the conditions stated and effective dates
             shown:

             Daly, Ashley                                  09/15/10-10/12/10 Maternity *
             Language Arts, FMS                            10/13/10-12/07/10 FMLA **

             *      Accumulated sick leave may be used up to a period of eight weeks (four weeks
                    before and four weeks after the birth of the baby) – with pay/with benefits.
             **     Without pay/with benefits.

EXTRA SERVICES 2009-2010

Motion #8    that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
             compensation to the following employee for providing assistance to a student with
             disabilities while participating in the FMS graduation ceremony at Mennen Arena:

             Cerciello, Rose Marie – Teacher Assistant, Regional Day School

EXPLANATION:        Upon submission of an approved timesheet she will be compensated at her
                    hourly rate.

SALARIES FOR ADMINISTRATORS 2010-2011

Motion #9    that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
             the administrators’ salaries for the 2010-2011 school year as filed with the School
             Business Administrator/Board Secretary and Human Resources offices.

STAFF ASSIGNMENTS FOR CERTIFICATED STAFF 2010-2011

Motion #10   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
             the certificated staff assignments for the 2010-2011 school year as filed with the
             School Business Administrator/Board Secretary and Human Resources offices.

SALARIES FOR CERTIFICATED STAFF 2010-2011

Motion #11   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
             the certificated staff salaries for the 2010-2011 year as filed with the School Business
             Administrator/Board secretary and Human Resources offices.

SALARY INCREMENT WITHHELD 2010-2011

Motion #12   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education
             withhold the salary and adjustment increment for a staff member as filed with the
             School Business Administrator/Board Secretary and Human Resources offices.
                                                           Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                           June 14, 2010 – Page 28

SALARIES & ASSIGNMENTS FOR NON- CERTIFICATED STAFF 2010-2011

Motion #13    that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              the non-certificated staff assignments and salaries for the 2010-2011 year as filed with
              the School Business Administrator/Board secretary and Human Resources offices.

EXTRA PAY 2009-2010

Motion #14    that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              the following extra-pay position:

                                                    YRS                                    TOTAL
       POSITION              STAFF MEMBER           SVC PTS.       SALARY        INCR.    SALARY
 CO-CURRICULAR -
 MHS
 Drama
 Back Stage Manager          DeStafano, Lisa*         1                                       $1,693

* Salary based upon 2009-2010 Extra Pay salary guide.

EXTRA PAY 2010-2011

Motion #15    that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              the following extra-pay position:

                                                          YRS                              TOTAL
        POSITION               STAFF MEMBER               SVC     SALARY        INCR      SALARY
ATHLETICS – MHS
Soccer
Head Coach – Girls             Babula, John                6          $8,466       2          $9,206
                                                           Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                           June 14, 2010 – Page 29
COMMUNITY SCHOOL 2010-2011

Motion #16   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education rescind
             the appointment of Kathryn Achillare as a Summer Plus aide. Ms. Achillare is unable
             to secure child care.

Motion #17   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
             the following Summer Plus staff:

             Barnard, Brielle              Lifeguard                     $13.00/hr
             Cotten, Tawanna               Aide                          $13.00/hr
             Damiano, Lauren               Aide                          $15.00/hr
             Hodge, Elizabeth              Lifeguard                     $12.00/hr
             Huhn, Tyler                   Lifeguard                     $12.00/hr
             Landers, Timothy              Lifeguard                     $16.00/hr
             Lawson, Kimberly              Lifeguard                     $13.00/hr
             Mataj, Krisula                Lifeguard                     $12.00/hr
             Murphy, Steven                Aide                          $12.00/hr
             Rogers, Michelle              Aide                          $12.00/hr
             Wallace, William              Aide                          $ 9.00/hr
             Wells, Elizabeth              Lunch Coordinator             $18.00/hr
             Wells, Elizabeth              Instructor                    $26.25/hr

EXPLANATION:        Salaries to be paid from collected tuitions.

Motion #18   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
             the following Summer Plus substitute staff:

             Hintz, Karen                  Aide                          $15.00/hr
             Russo, Carolyn                Aide                          $15.00/hr

EXPLANATION:        Salaries to be paid from collected tuitions.

Motion #19   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
             the following Summer Music Academy staff:

             Ciambrone, Kristen            Teacher                       $25.00/hr
             Lee, Keon                     Administrative Asst           $ 9.00/hr

EXPLANATION:        Salaries to be paid from collected tuitions.

Motion #20   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
             the following change of rate:

             Daly, Timothy                                 from $9.00/hr to $12.00/hr

EXPLANATION:        Salaries to be paid from collected tuitions
                                                         Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                         June 14, 2010 – Page 30
HUMAN RESOURCES

MHS SUMMER BUILDING COVERAGE 2009-2010/2010-2011

Motion #21    that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              compensation to the following MHS Security Monitors for summer security coverage
              at MHS from 6/22/10-8/27/10:

              Andrade, Nilsa               6/22/10-6/25/10 & 7/19/10-7/21/10
              Bell, Beverly                8/16/10-8/20/10
              Blanchard, John              7/6/10-7/10/10
              Edmondson, Christopher       6/28/10-7/2/10 & 7/26/10-7/30/10
              Roberts, Anthony             7/22/10-7/23/10 & 8/2/10-8/6/10
              Singleton, Melissa           7/12/10-7/16/10
              Vincent, James               8/9/10-8/13/10
              Womble, James                8/23/10-8/27/10

EXPLANATION: This coverage is essential in controlling and directing the traffic in the school
         during summer hours (7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m./3:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.). Evening hours
         (5:00-9:00 p.m.) will be assigned per event in the high school. Upon submission of
         approved timesheets, they will be compensated at their regular hourly rate.

MHS SUMMER ISS COVERAGE 2009-2010

Motion #22    that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
              compensation to the following staff member for providing supervision from 6/22/10 to
              6/24/10 for students serving detentions, unfulfilled disciplinary assignments and
              suspensions accrued at the end of the school year:

              Edmondson, Christopher – Security Monitor, MHS

EXPLANATION:         Upon submission of approved timesheets, he will be compensated at his
                     regular hourly rate.
                                                            Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                            June 14, 2010 – Page 31

HUMAN RESOURCES

SUMMER 2010 EMPLOYMENT

Motion #23      that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education
                approve the appointment of the following and payment upon submission of
                approved time sheets for the staff who will be involved with the 2010 summer
                curriculum programs, projects and employments as listed on the following pages,
                and further that the Board of Education approve the submission to the County
                Superintendent applications for emergency hiring and each applicant’s attestation
                that s/he has not been convicted of any disqualifying crime pursuant to the
                provisions of N.J.S.A. 18a:6-7.1 et seq., 18:39-17 et seq.; 18A:6-4.13 at seq.:

               ALL SUMMER PROGRAMS PENDING FUNDING & ENROLLMENT.

Posting:               #U-01 Revised
Position:              Summer Academy Program Coordinators
Dates:                 Immediate to July 23, 2010
Coordinators:          Grades K – 2 Richter, John     Stipend - $6,000
                       Grades 6 – 12 Hrynyk, Melanie  Stipend - $4,000 - delete

Posting:               #U-04 Revised *
Position:              Pre K-12 Extended School Year Special Education Summer Academy Program
                       Coordinator
Dates:                 April 13, 2010 to August 06, 2010
Stipend:               $6500
Coordinator:           McCormack, Diane

Posting:               #U-08 Revised
Program:               Grades K-2 Basic Skills Development, Special Education, and English
                       Language Learners
Description:           Provide supplemental instruction in language arts literacy and mathematics for
                       at risk students in grades K-12.
Dates:                 June 28 – July 23, 2010 (Monday-Thursday)
Enrollment:            100+ students
Funding Source:        ARRA & IDEA
Coordinator:           Richter, John – Stipend $6,000
Teachers (hourly rate shown):
Amsallen, Juliette - $39                            Ortiz, Ana - $34
Cantu, Maureen - $34                                Szamreta, Sarah - $34
Jackson, Mikal - $34                                Vargas, Marco - $39
Kern, Tina - $39                                    Yoser, Jodi - $34
Substitute Teachers - $34/hr:
Bedell, Linda                                       Opresnick, Patricia
Gutierrez, Lauren                                   Schafran, Gail
Nurse (hourly rate shown):
Landers, Laurie - $39
                                                              Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                              June 14, 2010 – Page 32

Program:               Grades K-2 Basic Skills Development, Special Education, and English
                       Language Learners
Secretary - $13/hr:    Noll, Patricia

Program:               Grades 3-5 Basic Skills Development, Special Education, and English
                       Language Learners
Description:           Provide supplemental instruction in language arts literacy and mathematics for
                       at risk students in grades K-12.
Dates:                 June 28 – July 23, 2010 (Monday – Thursday)
Enrollment:            160+ students
Funding Source:        ARRA & IDEA
Coordinator:           McCormick, Diane – Stipend $6,500
Teachers (hourly rate shown):
Bonkoski, Mary Beth - $34                               Monetti, Lori - $34
Greene, Devan - $34                                     Propfe, Michelle - $39
Herrmann, Bevinn - $39                                  Tuzzeo, Margaret - $39
Moffat, Tara - $34
Substitute Teachers - $34/hr:
Bedell, Linda                                           Opresnick, Patricia
Gutierrez, Lauren                                       Schafran, Gail
Nurse (hourly rate shown):
Lenat, Marilyn - $39
Secretary - $13/hr:
LaLuna, Joan

Program:                PreK-12 Extended School Year for Special Education
Description:            Provide extended school year services to students with significant disabilities.
Dates:                  June 28 – August 5, 2010
Projected Enrollment: 150+ students
Funding:                IDEA & ARRA
Staff:
Pre-School Staff (hourly rate shown):
Bass-Singleton, Robin - $39                            Eddey, Ilene - $39
Bautista, Adora - $39                                  Hodge, Nichole - $39
DiDomenico, Sherry -$39
K-2 Staff (hourly rate shown):
Baldassari, Michelle - $34                             Ruberto, Christine - $34
Bozzi, Amy - $34                                       Salazar, Jennifer - $34
Corwin, Alison - $34                                   Solorzano-Correia, Janet - $34
Little, Stephanie - $34                                Wiehe, Petra - $34
Grades 3-5 Staff (hourly rate shown):
Casperson, Meghan - $39                                Marigliano, Nicholas - $34
Hill, Joanne - $34                                     VanDerhoef, Jessica - $34
Kelly, Donna - $34
Grades 6-8 Staff (hourly rate shown):
Mihalik, Monica - $34
                                                       Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                       June 14, 2010 – Page 33

Program:               PreK-12 Extended School Year for Special Education
Grades 9-12 Staff (hourly rate shown):
Heinsohn, Heidi - $39
Assistant Behavior Specialists - $27.50/hr:
Acosta, Yndira                                    Grant, Heather
Alejo, Mary                                       Hammond, Aatifa
Baran, Christine                                  Handel, Madeline
Bedell, Christine                                 Marrano, Marisa
Buchner, Stephanie                                Marrano, Salvatore
Carrigan, Joanne                                  Meza, Luz
Duncan, Susan                                     Sogorka, Marcia
Gamble, Lorenzo                                   Walch, Adele
Gibbs, Ann Marie                                  Westenberger, Martha
Gill, Karen                                       Woehrle, Danielle
Gould, Michelle
Teacher Assistants - $13/hr:
Attardo, Gloria                                   Rome, Gail
Celis, Maria                                      Schafran, Gail
Damiano, Mary                                     Sparano, Margaret
Preziosi, Barbara                                 Weiss-Allen, Gloria
Rangel, Theresa
Speech Therapists (hourly rate shown):
Beeck, Jean - $34                                 Hitchcock, Rebecca - $39
Corona, Beverly - $39                             Stoffel, Lindsey - $34
Physical Therapist (hourly rate shown):
Luik, Jennifer - $34
Occupational Therapist (hourly shown):
Laureano, Melina - $39
Occupational Therapist Sub - $34/hr:
Rosenberger, Kathryn
Nurses (hourly rate shown):
Dodge, Melissa - $39
Nurse Sub - $34/hr:
Goss, Margaret
Lamb, Frances
Substitute Staff - $34/hr:
Arakelian, Allison                                Madden, Kathleen
Capote, Alice                                     Menendez, Noemi
Duffy, Trudy
Substitute Nurse - $34/hr:
Goss, Margaret
Secretary - $13/hr:
Hill, Kathleen
                                                          Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                          June 14, 2010 – Page 34

Program:      #U-09 Summer Maintenance & Custodial Work Crews *
Funding:      Local
Staff:        Bassano, James (Supervisor) $17.50/hour
              Caserta, Pellegrino         $15.50/hour
              Discolo, Jr., Raymond       $14.50/hour
              Jordan, Robert              $14.50/hour
              Noll, Brian ®               $10.50/hour
              Turner, Glenn               $17.50/hour

Program:        #U-12 Bus Drivers for Pre K-12 Spec Ed
Staff:          Bus Drivers @ hourly rate of pay
Dates:          6/28/10-8/5/10
Funding:        Local
Drivers:
Booth, Carolyn                                      Lee, Shirley
Darby, Hazel                                        McCarthy, John
Fortier, John                                       Meraz, Jacqueline
Fortier, M. Heather                                 Oakley, Kathleen
Irving, Margo                                       Scharin, Jeffrey
Jackson, Keith                                      Vincent, James
Kapp, Michael                                       Waddilove, John
Substitutes - $20/hour:
Fultz, Frederick                                    Lynch, Sr., Richard ®
Hendrickson, James                                  McKay, Eugene
Lynch, Jr., Richard ®                               Underhill, Harry

Program:        #U-13 Bus Aides for Pre K-12 Spec Ed
Staff:          4Bus Aides @ hourly rate of pay
Dates:          6/28/10-8/5/10
Funding:        Local
Aides:
Bell, Catherine, $12/hr                            Gabowsky, Joann
Bell, Dorothy                                      Guerrero, Afaf Yohari
Crawford, Carolyn                                  Irving, Samuel
Substitutes - $8.45/hr:
Fultz, Frederick                                   Lynch, Sr., Richard ®
Hendrickson, James                                 McKay, Eugene
Lynch, Jr., Richard ®                              Underhill, Harry

Program:      #U-18 Food Manager - MHS
Staff:        Manager: 1 up to 5-1/2 hours daily @ hourly rate of pay
Dates:        6/25/10-8/27/10 (excluding 7/5/10)
Funding:      Local
Manager(s):
Pennell, Joe Ann
Strelec, Rosemary
                                                            Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                            June 14, 2010 – Page 35

Program:         #U-19 Food Service Worker – MHS
Staff:           Worker: 1 up to 3-1/2 hours daily @ hourly rate of pay
Dates:           6/28/10-8/27/10 (excluding 7/5/10)
Funding:         Local
Food Service Workers:
Abrams, B. Isabel                                      Russo, Carolyn
Futrell, Phyllis                                       Strelec, Rosemary
Substitutes:
Abrams, B. Isabel                                      Linares, Paula
Fulmer, Audrey                                         Rameriz, Mayeli
Futrell, Phyllis                                       Russo, Carolyn
Hilmy, Nargis

Program:       Summer Secretarial Services
Description: Secretarial services needed for completion of Annual Reviews.
Staff:         Pupil Services secretaries, up to 280 additional hours @ regular hourly rate
Dates:         6/28/10 – 8/31/10
Funding:       District
Secretaries:
Cohen, Patricia
Ko, Alexis
Piccolo, Rose

Program:       Summer Support Staff in Out-of District Settings
Description:   Staff is needed in support of those students placed in an out-of-district setting.
Staff:         1 Student Health Care Specialist @ hourly rate & 1 Teacher Assistant (Regional Day
               School) @ $13/hour
Dates:         6/21/10-8/31/10
Funding:       District
Student Health Care Specialist:
Dmochowski, Elizabeth
Regional Day School Teacher Assistant:
Cerciello, Rose Marie
                                                           Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                           June 14, 2010 – Page 36

Program:       Guidance Services – MHS
Description:   Guidance services are needed during the summer to complete and correct schedules.
               Counselors will be working with students and parents as they do this. In addition,
               counselors will be meeting with and scheduling new students. They will also be working
               on developing new programs to be offered next year to students and parents.
               The SACs will be continuing their work with parents and students during the summer
               months. They will also be working on a community service reference guide for the
               guidance counselors and child student team. In addition, they will be collaborating with
               the Teen Pride supervisors to create an orientation training program for Teen Pride
               interns who will be working with MHS students.
Staff:         Guidance Counselors, SACs
Funding:       Local
Rate of pay:   1/140 of monthly salary
Counselors:
Acevedo, Jose                        140.00 hours
Barbone, Elizabeth                   180.00 hours
Cardona, H. Peter                    132.00 hours
Cheikes, Ellen                       180.00 hours
Grill, Alison                        160.00 hours
Kenny, Kristina                      175.00 hours
Miller, Robert                       140.00 hours
Streiff, Cheryl                      100.00hours
Talesnick, Melanie                    95.00 hours
SAC’s:
Jones-Williams, Karen                140.0 hours
McCabe, Ralph                         64.5 hours (between 6/22-6/30/10)

Program:       FMS Scheduling & Preparation
Description:   Staff will assist in the scheduling and preparation of FMS for the upcoming school
               year, salary will be 1/140th of monthly salary.
Funding:       District
Staff:         Brown, Renee – 45 hours
               Campbell-Studer, Kimberly – 45 hours
               Caruso, Sandra – 25 hours
               Phinn, Vincent – 45 hours

* Shaded area indicates approval on a previous agenda.
                                                         Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                         June 14, 2010 – Page 37

CURRICULUM/HUMAN RESOURCES

SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM 2009-2010

Motion #24   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
             the additional staff members (in bold) for the following curriculum and instructional
             research development activity:

             Program:             K-12 Social Studies Curriculum
             Description: Social Studies teachers to research curriculum and program planning.
             Dates:               July 2009-June 2010
             Participating Staff: Social Studies teachers for up to 20 hours each
             Funding Source:      Local
             Rate:                Per contract language
             Grades K-12 Social Studies Curriculum Teachers:
             Antoniello, Rocco                                  Kelly, Christine
             Baxter, Jennifer                                   Kenny, Christopher
             Beck, Amanda                                       Lockman, Michael
             Bowser, Lindsay                                    Monetti, Lori
             Burdge, Jeffrey                                    Pentz, Elizabeth
             DeMartino, Dawn                                    Pryor, Sarah
             Emma, David                                        Reuther, Karen
             Ferraiolo, Elizabeth                               Romanker, Shawn
             George, Ann                                        Rooney-McNamara, Patricia
             Hantman, Dara                                      Toye, Crystal

EXPLANATION:        This was reviewed by Curriculum Council and the Board Curriculum
                    Committee and recommended to the Superintendent for Board approval.
                    Educational program development proceeds according to the District’s
                    principles of program development; i.e., research-oriented inquiry,
                    collaborative work, consensus building, opportunities for dialogue.

MUSIC AND TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM 2009-2010

Motion #25   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent the Board of Education
             approve the following staff member for the following curriculum development
             activity:

             Program:             Music and Technology Curriculum
             Description:         Write the Music and Technology curriculum
             Dates:               July 2009 – June 2010
             Participating Staff: One MHS teacher for up to 20 hours
             Funding Source:      Local
             Rate:                Per contract language
             Music and Technology Curriculum Teacher:
             Rutan, Douglas
                                         Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                         June 14, 2010 – Page 38
MUSIC AND TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM 2009-2010

EXPLANATION:        This was reviewed by Curriculum Council and the Board Curriculum
                    Committee and recommended to the Superintendent for Board approval.
                    Educational program development proceeds according to the District’s
                    principles of program development; i.e., research-oriented inquiry,
                    collaborative work, consensus building, opportunities for dialogue.

ARCHITECTURE CURRICULUM 2009-2010/2010-2011

Motion #26   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent the Board of Education
             approve the following staff members for the following curriculum development
             activity:

             Program:              Architecture Curriculum
             Description:          Write Architecture curriculum
             Dates:                June 2010
                                   July – August 2010
             Participating Staff: Two MHS teacher for up to 40 hours
             Funding Source:       Career Academy Grant
             Rate:                 Per contract language
             Architecture Curriculum Teachers:
             Rizzo, Jacques
             Vagnini, Brian

EXPLANATION:        This was reviewed by Curriculum Council and the Board Curriculum
                    Committee and recommended to the Superintendent for Board approval.
                    Educational program development proceeds according to the District’s
                    principles of program development; i.e., research-oriented inquiry,
                    collaborative work, consensus building, opportunities for dialogue.

INTRODUCTION TO DRAFTING AND CADD CURRICULUM 2009-2010/2010-2011

Motion #27   that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent the Board of Education
             approve the following staff member for the following curriculum development
             activity:

             Program:               Intro to Drafting and CADD Curriculum
             Description:           Write Intro to Drafting and CADD curriculum
             Dates:                 June 2010
                                    July-August 2010
             Participating Staff: Two MHS teacher for up to 40 hours
             Funding Source:        Career Academy Grant
             Rate:                  per contract language
             Intro to Drafting and CADD Curriculum Teacher:
             Rizzo, Jacques
             Vagnini, Brian
                                        Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                        June 14, 2010 – Page 39
INTRODUCTION TO DRAFTING AND CADD CURRICULUM 2009-2010/2010-2011

EXPLANATION:         This was reviewed by Curriculum Council and the Board Curriculum
                     Committee and recommended to the Superintendent for Board approval.
                     Educational program development proceeds according to the District’s
                     principles of program development; i.e., research-oriented inquiry,
                     collaborative work, consensus building, opportunities for dialogue.

CAREER ACADEMY RECRUITMENT 2009-2010

Motion #28    that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent the Board of Education
              approve the following staff members for the following curriculum development
              activity:

              Program:             Career Recruitment Activities
              Description:         Recruitment activities will include identifying, presenting
                                   and enrolling students into the Electronics/CADD courses
                                   for the academy, Academy advertisements, design show
                                   work, creating the ‘image of the academy’ and curriculum
                                   presentations
              Dates:               July 2009 – June 2010
              Participating Staff: Seven MHS teachers for up to 12.5 hours each
              Funding Source:      Career Academy Grant
              Rate:                Per contract language
              Career Recruitment Activities Teachers:
              Boothby, James
              Kievning, Brian
              Miller, Robert
              Pisello, Daniel
              Rizzo, Jacques
              Roman, Fredric
              Vagnini, Brian



EXPLANATION:         This was reviewed by Curriculum Council and the Board Curriculum
                     Committee and recommended to the Superintendent for Board approval.
                     Educational program development proceeds according to the District’s
                     principles of program development; i.e., research-oriented inquiry,
                     collaborative work, consensus building, opportunities for dialogue.

HUMAN RESOURCES (Motions #1-28)
Moved by Dr. Rieck, seconded by Dr. Gallerstein
AYES:        Mrs. Bangiola, Dr. Gallerstein, Ms. Horowitz, Ms. McNeil, Mrs. Rhines, Dr. Rieck,
             Mrs. Fornaro except abstain on Motion # 10 & 11, Ms. Pollak,
NOES:        None
ABSTAIN: Ms. Fornaro on Motion # 10 & 11
ABSENT:      Mr. Gardner, Mrs. Murphy
                                                          Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                          June 14, 2010 – Page 40
BUSINESS MATTERS

FINANCIAL REPORTS
BUDGET TRANSFERS (09-10)
Motion #1 that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
          Budget Transfers for the 2009-2010 budget through June 14, 2010.

HELD PURCHASE ORDERS
Motion #2 that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
          checks totaling $ 1,321.53 as per the attached for expenses incurred as per policy
          #3320.1.

BILLS LIST (09-10)
Motion #3   that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
            the attached 2009-2010 bills list for the period ending

                     May 31, 2010 (Payroll)
                     June 14, 2010

FUND RAISERS
Motion #4 that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education
          approve the following fund raisers as per the attached:

              MHS Cheerleaders Cheerleading Camp to benefit Booster Club
              MHS Girl’s Volleyball to benefit Booster Club
              MHS 1st & Goal Football Camp to benefit the Touchdown Club


TECHNOLOGY PLAN
Motion #5 on the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve the
          submission of the Morris School District Technology Plan for the (2010-2011 through
          2012-2013) school years.

403(b) Plan
Motion #6     in accordance with Section 1.3 of the Morris School District Section 403(b) Plan
              effective January 1, 2009 and adopted by the Board on December 15, 2008, the Board
              hereby appoints an Administrative Committee consisting of the following members:

              Richard Rosenberg            Business Administrator
              Christine Kelly              Assistant Business Administrator
              Michele Meechan              Payroll Supervisor
              Lynn Horowitz                Board of Education Member

              Additionally, the Board appoints the following individuals as authorized signers
              related to administrative functions pertaining to the same plan:

              Richard Rosenberg            Business Administrator
              Christine Kelly              Assistant Business Administrator
              Michele Meechan              Payroll Supervisor
                                                             Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                             June 14, 2010 – Page 41

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
RECYCLING
Motion #7 WHEREAS, there exists a need for recycling services for 2010-2011 through 2012-
          2013 and funds are available for these purposes,

              WHEREAS Title 18A:18A-5(b) provides for exceptions to the requirement for
              advertising for bids if entered into with a county or municipality; and

             NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Morris School District Board of
             Education that the following be engaged for recycling pickup services for the
2010-2011 school year in the amount as follows:

Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority          $17,928.


ENERGY FOR AMERICA
Motion #8 WHEREAS there exists a need for professional services for 2009-2010 and funds are
          available for these purposes,

              WHEREAS the Public School Contracts Law (Chapter 114, Laws of 1977)
              requires that the Resolution authorizing the award of contracts for professional
              services without competitive bids be publicly adopted,

              NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Morris School District Board of
              Education that the following be engaged as follows:

              Energy For America        Energy Professional Engineering and               $93,900.
                                        Facilities Management services for
                                        school year 2010-2011.


Morris County Educational Services
Motion #9   WHEREAS, there exists a need for professional services for 2010-2011 and funds are
            available for these purposes,

              WHEREAS, the Public School Contracts Law (Chapter 114, Laws of 1977) requires
              that the Resolution authorizing the award of contracts for professional services without
              competitive bids be publicly adopted,

              NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Morris School District Board of
              Education that the following be engaged for professional services as described and in
              the amount not to exceed as follows:

              Morris County Educational       Shared Services for: Non-Public Nursing
              Services Commission                                  Non-Public Technology
                                                                 Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                                 June 14, 2010 – Page 42
TRANSPORTATION
PARENT CONTRACT 2010-2011
Motion #10 that, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approve
           a contract for a parent to transport their child to Somerset Hills Learning Center. The
           contract will be in effect from July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011. The contract would
           anticipate 68 miles traveled per day for up to 28 days for the Extended School Year
           program and 180 days for the 2010-2011 school year at the IRS rate of reimbursement.

EXPLANATION:
This contract allows for the parents to transport their child, who has specialized needs. The per diem
rate is $34.00 based on the current IRS rate of 50 cents per mile for 68 miles traveled per day. The
anticipated maximum total is $7,072.00. The actual total would be adjusted for any days of absence.

TRANSPORTATION
School Bus Evacuation Drills
Motion #11 that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education
             acknowledges the completion of the second of two required School Bus
             Evacuation Drills.

EXPLANATION
New Jersey Administrative Code 6:21-11.3 requires two School Bus Evacuation Drills yearly.
Drills were held at all public, private and charter schools as the buses arrived in the morning.

TRANSPORTATION JOINTURE
Sussex County Regional Cooperative
Motion #12 WHEREAS, in accordance with the statutes of 18A:18-1.1 and 1.2 Boards of
            Education of two or more districts may provide jointly, by agreement, the
            transportation of pupils attending schools within or outside of the district:

               WHEREAS, the Sussex County Regional Cooperative provides transportation services
               for many school districts to various schools:

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED:
       1.    that the Business Administrator/Board Secretary be authorized
             to pursue the said transportation jointure with the Sussex County
             Regional Cooperative.

       2.      that the services provided by the Sussex County Regional Cooperative
               shall be provided in accordance with the rules, regulations and policies as established by the
               Commission.

       3.      that the cost of transportation, as apportioned to each participating
               district and computed by the Commission, shall be in accordance with
               policy as established by the Commission’s Board of Directors.

       BE IT ALSO RESOLVED, THAT THE Sussex County Regional Cooperative be
       authorized to receive transportation bids for the 2010-2011 school year on behalf of the
       Morris School District.
                                                                Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                                June 14, 2010 – Page 43
Mendham Township Jointure
Motion #13 WHEREAS, in accordance with the statutes of 18A:18-1.1 and 1.2, Boards of
           Education of two or more districts may provide jointly, by agreement, the
           transportation of pupils attending schools within or outside of the district:

              WHEREAS, the Mendham Township Board of Education provides transportation
              services for many school districts to various schools:

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED:
       1.   that the Business Administrator/Board Secretary be authorized to
            pursue the said transportation jointure with the Mendham Township Board of Education.

       2.     That the services provided by the Mendham Township Board of
              Education shall be provided in accordance with the rules, regulations and policies as
              established by the Commission.

       3.     that the cost of transportation, as apportioned to each participating
              district and computed by the Commission, shall be in accordance with
              policy as established by the Commission’s Board of Directors.

       BE IT ALSO RESOLVED, that the Mendham Township Board of Education be authorized
       to receive transportation bids for the 2010-2011 school year on behalf of the Morris School
       District.


Morris County Educational Services Commission
Motion #14    WHEREAS, in accordance with the statutes of 18A:18-1.1 and 1.2, Boards of
              Education of two or more districts may provide jointly, by agreement, the
              transportation of pupils attending schools within or outside of the district:

              WHEREAS, the Morris County Educational Services Commission
              provides transportation services for many school districts to various schools:

              NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED:
                   1.   that the Business Administrator/Board Secretary be authorized to pursue the
                        said transportation jointure with the Morris County Educational Services
                        Commission.
                   2.   That the services provided by the Morris County Educational Services
                        Commission shall be provided in accordance with the rules, regulations and
                        policies as established by the Commission.
                   3.   That the cost of transportation, as apportioned to each participating district
                        and computed by the Commission, shall be in accordance with policy as
                        established by the Commission’s Board of Directors.

              BE IT ALSO RESOLVED, that the Morris County Educational Services Commission
              be authorized to receive transportation bids for the 2010 - 2011 school year on behalf
              of Morris School District
                                                                   Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                                   June 14, 2010 – Page 44
PAYMENTS
Motion #15 that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education
           approve payment #2 in the amount of $449,737.68 to Dakota Excavating Contractors,
           Inc. for field and track rehabilitation on the Morristown High School Field through
           May 11, 2010.

Motion #16     that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education
               approve a payment in the amount of $954.97 to Environetics Group Architects
               for professional and reimbursable expenses in regard to the Thomas Jefferson School
               Gifted & Talented Classroom Renovations through May 7, 2010. (Invoice #090025-
               003)

Motion #17     that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education
               approve a payment in the amount of $395.70 to Environetics Group Architects
               for professional and reimbursable expenses in regard to the Morristown High School
               Field Renovations through April 30, 2010. (Invoice #070854-004)

Motion #18     that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education
               approve a payment in the amount of $1,857.48 to USA Architects for professional
               and reimbursable expenses in regard to the Frelinghuysen Masonry Upgrades through
               April 30, 2010. (Invoice #19696)


REVISION TO MOTION #30 OF MEETING OF 5/24/10
Surplus Sale
Motion #19 that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent the Board of Education approve
             a revision to Business Matters Motion #30 of the May 24, 2010 board meeting

               Motion #30     that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, and in accordance with Board
                              Policy, the Board of Education authorizes the Business Administrator to conduct a
                              Personal Property sale of the following surplus equipment.

                              The items will be listed in the paper to be sold at public auction to the highest bidder,
                              except for the Jeep Cherokee which will have a minimum bid of $2,500.00.

                      Item                                         Condition
                      Toro Walk Behind Snow Blower                 Poor
                      Toro Snowblower                              Poor
                      Toro Ride Mower                              Poor
                      2000 Jeep Cherokee                           Fair
                      1993 Dodge 350 Truck w/Plow                  Poor
                      1985 Chevy School Bus Van                    Fair
                      1994 Mercury Grand Marquis                   Fair
                      IBM Wheelwriter 15 typerwriter               Good
                              by Lexmark

EXPLANATION
Originally these items were going to be sold on the district’s E-bay account, however, E-bay
requires the use of a district credit card which according to law the district is not allowed to use.
                                                                 Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                                 June 14, 2010 – Page 45

REVISION TO MOTION #8 OF MEETING 2/8/10
RFP-Professional Service Provider-World Languages Program
Motion #20 that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent the Board of Education approve
             a revision to Business Matters Motion #8 of the February 8, 2010 board meeting

              Motion #8      that an RFP for a Professional Service Provider to Develop and Implement a
                             Program Improvement Model for the District's World Languages Program in
                             Grades 6-12, having been duly advertised and received on February 4, 2010,
                             the award be made to Interprep, Greg Duncan, Marietta, GA, the sole bidder,
                             in the amount of $40,700.00, from 2010 - 2011Expense Funds.

EXPLANATION
When this motion was approved it was approved for 2009-2010 Current Expense Funds. It should
have been for 2010-2011 Expenses Funds


BIDS
Refuse Removal
Motion #21 that bids for Refuse Removal, #10-027, having been duly advertised, and received on
            May 19, 2010, the award be made to Veolia ES Solid Waste of NJ, Inc., Totowa, NJ, for
            Refuse Removal from 6/22/10-last day of school year 2011, for a 3 day/week pick-up
            schedule on a 12 month basis for all district schools and 20 yard and 30 yard container
            pickup, on call, as attached, for a total of $63,355.00, from 2009-2010 Current Expense
            Funds and 2010-2011 Expense Funds.

TOTAL AMOUNT BID                                                                            AWARD
$79,260.00     Interstate Waste Services, Ramsey, NJ                                          ---
$63,355.00     Veolia, Paterson, NJ                                                         $63,355.00
$77,433.00     Waster Management, Lafayette, NJ                                                ---


Landscaping Supplies
Motion #22 that bids for Landscaping Supplies, #10-015, having been duly advertised and received
             on March 19, 2010, the awards, which represent individual line-item low bids, be made
             to Andy Matt Inc., Mine Hill, NJ, in the estimated amount of $3,965.00, to John Deere,
             Cleveland, OH, in the estimated amount of $9,637.50, to Barbato Nursery Corp,
             Holbrook, NY, in the estimated amount of $4,980.00, and to Partac Peat Corp., Great
             Meadows, NJ, in the estimated amount of $9,400.00, from 2010-2011 Expense Funds.

TOTAL AMOUNT BID                                                                            AWARD
(Estimated)
$16,641.50     John Deere, Cleveland, OH                                                    $ 9,637.50
$ 5,070.00     J. Green & Sons, Farmingdale, NJ                                             $ ---
$16,465.00     Andy Matt Inc. Mine Hill, NJ                                                 $ 3,965.00
$21,780.00     Partac Peat Corp., Great Meadows, NJ                                         $ 9,400.00
$ 4,980,00     Barbato Nursery Corp, Holbrook, NY                                           $ 4,980.00
$ 5,110.50     Fertl Soil Turf Supply, Scotch Plains, NJ                                    $ ---
                                                                                            $27,982.50
                                                                    Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
                                                                    June 14, 2010 – Page 46

TRAVEL & REIMBURSEMENT
Motion #23 that upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education
           approve the following resolution:

        WHEREAS, employees are attending conferences, conventions, staff training seminars or
        workshops as depicted on attachment A: and

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

        WHEREAS, the attendance at the functions was approved as critical to the instructional needs of the
        school district or furthering the efficient operation of the school district; and

        WHEREAS, the travel and related expenses particular to attendance at these functions are in compliance
        with the state travel payment guidelines established by the Department of Treasury and with guidelines
        established by the Federal Office of Management and Budget; be it

        RESOLVED, that the board approves the travel and related expenses particular to attendance at these
        functions.




BUSINESS MATTERS (Motions #1-23)
Moved by Dr. Rieck, seconded by Mrs. Bangiola
AYES:        Mrs. Bangiola, Dr. Gallerstein, Ms. Horowitz, Ms. McNeil, Mrs. Rhines, Dr. Rieck,
             Mrs. Fornaro Ms. Pollak,
NOES:        None
ABSENT:      Mr. Gardner, Mrs. Murphy

NEW BUSINESS BROUGHT BEFORE THE BOARD
Ms. Pollak thanked the board and the high school staff that attended the board retreat. She stressed that the
discussion about the high school and the high school environment will be very helpful when the high school
redesign issues are looked at.


ADJOURNMENT (9:15 p.m.)
Moved by Dr. Rieck, seconded by Mrs. Bangiola
AYES:        Mrs. Bangiola, Dr. Gallerstein, Ms. Horowitz, Ms. McNeil, Mrs. Rhines, Dr. Rieck,
             Mrs. Fornaro Ms. Pollak,
NOES:        None
ABSENT:      Mr. Gardner, Mrs. Murphy



                                                                    Respectfully Submitted


                                                                    Richard Rosenberg
                                                                    Interim Business Administrator/
                                                                    Interim Board Secretary
Minutes, Regular Business Meeting
June 14, 2010 – Page 47

								
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