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					          MINUTES FROM THE MEETING OF MARCH 20, 2006
The regular meeting of the Wilson School Board was called to order at 7:01 p.m. on Monday,
March 20, 2006, in the Wilson Senior High School Auditorium by Mr. Jason B. Hopp, President.
The following members were present:
        Daniel M. Choma
        Gary Coller
        Andrew Fick
        Jason B. Hopp
        George Mack
        Michael W. Martin
        Robert M. Myer
        Carol C. Reid
        Jeffrey M. Werner
Others present: Drs. Lawrence Mussoline, Rudy Ruth, Patricia Ahrens Leigh Ann Whitehill; Jonathan
Heintzman, Georgann Syphard, Wayne Foley, Caroline diCenso, Rosemary Kramer, Philip Hall, Larry
Bortz, David Henrich, George Fiore, Michael Stoudt, John Miravich, Esq., and Erin Negley representing
the Reading Eagle .

Mr. Hopp offered the invocation and a pledge to the flag followed.

Hearing no objection to approve the Wilson School Board minutes of March 6, 2006, President Hopp
directed that a unanimous vote be cast to ratify/approve the minutes. (9 AYES)

Mr. Coller presented the treasurer's report showing Sovereign Bank total receipts in the amount of
$685,081.19, expenditures in the amount of $460,000.00, with an ending cash balance of $495,843.30 with
investments held in the amount of $26,688,062.76; Fulton Bank/GVD total receipts in the amount of
$147,628.95, expenditures in the amount of $150,000.00 , with an ending cash balance of $171,782.52; as
well as Capital Reserve Fund; 1997 Construction Fund #5; 2 nd Series of 2002; 2003 A Construction Fund;
Capital Project Fund 1995 Series 2; Spirit Fund; Franklin H. Kissner Scholarship Fund; Health Service
Support; and Kerry Collins Scholarship Fund as of September 30, 2005. Mr. Coller moved, seconded by
Mr. Myer, to accept the Treasurer’s Report and approve related invoices as presented and to include the
General Fund Investment Accounts list and Board Summary Report for the period ending February 28,
2006, in the permanent minutes. A roll call vote was recorded as follows:
         AYES 9; Messrs. Choma, Coller, Fick, Hopp, Mack, Martin, Myer, Werner and Mrs. Reid.

Mr. Coller moved, seconded by Mr. Myer, to approve the payment of bills in the amount of
$1,193,763.55 for 2005-06. A roll call vote was recorded as follows:
        AYES 9; Messrs. Choma, Coller, Fick, Hopp, Mack, Martin, Myer, Werner and Mrs. Reid.
Mr. Coller moved, seconded by Myer, to approve the following financial statements:
    Athletic Department showing a balance of $121,600.43 as of March 1, 2006;
    Cafeteria Statement showing a balance of $1,180,311.04 as of February 28, 2006;
    Cafeteria Statement of Profit/Loss showing a profit of $87,603.70 for July through February 28, 2006;
    Central Junior High Treasury Statement showing a balance of $29,995.85 as of February 28, 2006;
    Southern Junior High Treasury Statement showing a balance of $17,654.30 as of February 28, 2006;
    High School Central Treasury Statement showing a balance of $153,376.53 as of February 28, 2006;
    Wilson Child Care Program showing a balance of $229,392.74 as of February 28, 2006;
    Wilson Child Care List of Bills for March, 2006, in the amount of $70,670.69.
A roll call vote was recorded as follows:
         AYES 9; Messrs. Choma, Coller, Fick, Hopp, Mack, Martin, Myer, Werner and Mrs. Reid.
Hearing no objection to Agenda Item #1, President Hopp directed that a unanimous vote be cast
to ratify/approve the following (9 AYES):
     a. Conference Requests
          Karen Brunner, Chris McAfee, Tara Walsh, Deborah Miller, Deborah Berger and Kelly Crigler,
                 Pennsylvania Verbal Behavior Project, PaTTAN, Harrisburg, 3/21/06, cost to district:
                 two teacher and three instructional assistant substitutes.

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       Dr. Rudy Ruth, PSBA New Board Member Program, “Advocacy, Community Engagement, and
                Media Relationships”, Lancaster, 3/22/06, cost to district: $94.00.
       Regina Connolly, PennTESOL-East 25th Annual Affiliate Spring Conference, Penn State-
                Abington, 3/25/06, cost to district: $45.00 (Title III Funds).
       Gary Coller, Censorship in Schools: “What Books are Appropriate for Children”, Albright
                College, 3/27/06, no cost.
       Kathleen Melnyk, National Young Leaders’ State Conference, Harrisburg, 3/30-4/2/06, cost to
                district: two subs.
       Patricia Anthony, School Nutrition Executive Board Meeting, State College, 4/2/06, no cost.
       Doree Pannafino, Positive Encounters, Penn State York, 4/4/06, cost to district: $60.00 plus
                one sub.
       Kyle Wetherhold, Employee Discharge and Documentation in Pennsylvania, Mechanicsburg,
                4/7/06, cost to district: $239.00.
       Dr. Patricia Ahrens, Guided Comprehension: “Helping Students Understand What They Read”,
                 BCIU, 4/12/06, no cost to district.
       Alayne Koller, PA Common Transition, Harrisburg, 4/20/06, no cost.
       Cynthia Chmelewski, Treatment and Prevention of Childhood Obesity, Berks Visiting Nurses’
                Association, Wyomissing, 4/21/06, cost to district: $10.00 and one sub.
       Georgann Syphard, Pennsylvania Association of Pupil Services Administrators (PAPSA) Annual
                Conference, 4/24-4/25/06, Lancaster, cost to district: $243.24.
       Ellen Chen, Gesell Workshop, Baltimore, MD, 4/23-26/06, cost to district: $1,044.72 and
                three subs.
       Dr. Carole Roberts, International Reading Association, Chicago, IL, 4/30-5/4/06, cost to
                district: $1,231.60.
       Denise Hasson, Pennsylvania School Librarians’ Association Annual Conference (PSLA),
                Hershey, 5/4-5/5/06, cost to district: $368.05, plus one sub.
       Donna Dawson, 42nd Annual Reading Conference, Bloomsburg University, 5/18-5/19/06, cost to
                district: $104.00, plus two subs.
       Denise Hasson, Book Expo America, Washington, D.C., 5/19-5/21/06, $1,008.51, plus one sub
                (Title V Funds).
       Peter Riffle, Learning Disabilities Association of South Dakota, Spearfish, SD, 6/10-6/18/06,
                 no cost.
   b. Field Trips
       High School Student Council (12), Tim Prokopovits, Nick Fox, Frank Reese and Dan Shugar, to
                meet with Rick Santorum and tour the Capitol, Washington, D.C., 4/5/06, cost to
                students; $15.00;cost to district: transportation and four subs.
       Two groups of Gifted Support elementary students (25 & 29) and Susan Shanaman, Goggle
                Works, Reading (PA), 4/27/06 (grade 4) and 5/10/06 (grades 1, 2, & 3), cost to students:
                $20.00; cost to district: transportation.
   c. Participations
       Michele Zawilla, Connect with Kids, Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, 3/28/06, cost to district:
                $10.00 plus transportation.
       High School Model UN Club (15) and Frank Reese, Model UN Conference, DeSales University,
                Allentown, 4/8/06, cost to students: $10.00; cost to district: transportation.
       Sixty-eight High School students and eleven chaperones (TBD) to participate in the Employ-
                Ability Expo 2006, Sheraton in Wyomissing, 4/19/06. Cost to students and staff: $15.00
                per person (totaling $1,185.00 funded through ACCESS), plus transportation.
       Southern Junior High Student Council (30) and Marci Yousaitis, Special Olympics Track & Field
                Meet, Kutztown University, 4/26/06, no cost to students; cost to district: transportation
                and one sub.
2. Mr. Martin moved, seconded by, Mr. Myer to approve the SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT as follows:
   a. Unpaid Leave of Absence
       Susan Diefenderfer, Special Ed., Cornwall Terrace, 3/24/06.
   b. Resignations
       Carole Lott, Substitute Special Education Instructional Assistant, eff. 3/21/06.
       Anastasia Leiphart, Math Resource, MAX, PACE, Lower Heidelberg, eff. 3/1/06.

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    c.   Changes in Status
         Colleen Berger, from Substitute Monitorial Assistant to Emotional Support Instructional Assistant,
                   High School, 29.5 hrs./wk., at $8.87/hr., eff. 3/21/06.
         Janet Sharp, Hourly Learning Support Teacher, from 17 hrs./wk. to 35 hrs./wk., split between
                   Cornwall Terrace & Shiloh Hills Elementary Schools, $22.20/hr., eff. 3/21/06 until
                   the end of the 2005-2006 school year.
         Maritza Quinones, from Bus Driver to Substitute Bus Driver, $12.25/hr., eff. 3/22/06.
    d. Appointments (effective date pending receipt of all documents)
         1.) Support Staff
              Kevin Achey, School Security Guard, Cornwall Terrace, 20 hrs./wk., $10.47/hr., eff. 3/22/06
                   until the end of the school year.
              Michael Fura, ITEP Instructor, $18.00/hr., eff. 3/7/06.
               Marilyn Oxenreider, Van Driver, 15-20 hrs./wk., $10.50/hr., eff. 3/16/06.
              Jennifer Harrington, Monitorial Aide, Whitfield at Green Valley, up to 7.5 hrs./wk.,
                    $8.07/hr., eff. 3/20/06.
              Shelley Filer, temporary High School secretary, 10 to 15 hrs./wk., $13.16 /hr., not to
                   exceed $3,000.00, eff. 3/13/06.
              Ann Prendergast, Hourly Learning Support Teacher, Shiloh Hills, 17 hrs./wk. at
                    $22.20/hr., eff. 3/27/06.
              Dave Buck, full-time printer for the remainder of the school year, no change in salary,
                   eff. 3/27/06.
         2.) Day-to-Day Substitute teachers (3/21//06)
              Beth Gross, Art K-12
         3.) Emergency Substitute (eff. 3/21/06)
              Charles Stricker, Secondary
              Brett Greene, Secondary
    e. Child Care Program
         1.) Appointment
              Simone Granison, Aide, Spring Ridge center, 11hrs./wk. at $7.90/hr., eff. 3/16/06.
         2.) Resignation
              Deniwilda Olivo, Assistant Supervisor, Spring Ridge center, eff. 2/28/06.
A roll call vote was recorded as follows:
         AYES 9; Messrs. Choma, Coller, Fick, Hopp, Mack, Martin, Myer, Werner and Mrs. Reid.

Hearing no objection to Agenda Items #3, #4, & #5, President Hopp directed that a unanimous
vote be cast to ratify/approve the following (9 AYES):
Ratified the placement of one 18-year old Senior High school female on 3/13/06 into the Wilson/Governor
Mifflin Alternative Education Program.
Ratified the placement of one female High School student, grade 12, on 3/10/06 into the Washington
Educational Center.

Granted permission to waive tuition until the end of the school year for Francesca Palmieri, Grade 12,
High School, whose parent moved out of the district on 2/4/06 (Board Policy #202). Parent will
provide transportation.
Mr. Mack moved, seconded by Mrs. Reid to hire John Stott, Esq., as Special Counsel for the Wilson
School District, $150.00 per hour, effective 3/14/06. A roll call vote was recorded as follows:
        AYES 9; Messrs. Choma, Coller, Fick, Hopp, Mack, Martin, Myer, Werner and Mrs. Reid.
Mr. Martin moved, seconded by Mr. Werner, to approve the Right of Way for fiber-optic facilities
with Verizon concerning the BCIU WAN/Internet2 project. A roll call vote was recorded as follows:
        AYES 9; Messrs. Choma, Coller, Fick, Hopp, Mack, Martin, Myer, Werner and Mrs. Reid.
Mr. Martin moved, seconded by Mrs. Reid to approve to exonerate tax collectors from collecting per
Capita taxes from those taxpayers whose names appear on a listed presented to the Board. A roll call vote
was recorded as follows:
         AYES 9; Messrs. Choma, Coller, Fick, Hopp, Mack, Martin, Myer, Werner and Mrs. Reid.

The FIRST READING Policy #246 (Student Wellness).
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Various committee members gave the following reports:
Berks County I.U. Board Representative – No Report
Berks Career and Technology Center Representative – Next meeting on 3/22/06 at 8PM at the East Campus.
Berks E.I.T. Representative – Next meeting on 3/28/06.
Curriculum Committee Chairman – No Report
Extracurricular Committee Chairman – The Winter sports athletes will be recognized at the 4/19/06 board
          meeting. The Spring sports program is now underway. Congratulations were extended to the cast
          and crew of the “Titanic”.
Facilities Committee Chairman – Meeting was held on 3/16/06 on the Feasibility Study.
Finance Committee Chairman – First budget meeting will be held on 4/24/06 at 6:00 PM.
Human Resources Committee Chairman – No Report
Legislative/PA School Board Assn. Representative – No Report
Public Relations Chairman – No Report
School Climate Chairman – No Report
Student Discipline Chairman – No Report
Student Outreach, Chairman – On 3/24/06 Communities that Care will hold a pool party for grades
          K thru 8. The National Honor Society Induction will be held on 4/8/06 at 8PM in the High
          School Auditorium.
Technology Chairman – No Report
Solicitor – No Report

There being no further business, Mr. Fick moved, seconded by Mr. Martin to adjourn the meeting at
8:02 p.m. Motion carried.

Enrollment Update - As of March 17, 2006, the total district enrollment is 5,665 students. This is an
increase of 56 students since the third day of school.




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