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August 28, 2012

MINUTES – BEACH HAVEN BOARD OF EDUC ATION
WWW.BEACHHAVENSCHOOL.COM
TUESDAY, August 28, 2012

The regular meeting of the Beach Haven Board of Education was called to order at 7:30 p.m. by President, Mary Lou Bellingeri, who announced that this meeting is being held in accordance with the notice published in the Beach Haven Times and Asbury  Park Press.  Notice of this meeting was also posted in the area of the Superintendent’s office.  The roll was called and members present were:

Present:Mary Lou Bellingeri, Sandra Close, and Donna Kilcommons
Amy Haig and Dina Ranade
Absent:NA
Also Present:Dr. Daggy – Superintendent
Visitors:Mrs. Bresley and Mrs. Henry

MINUTES:
On a motion by Mrs. Kilcommons, seconded by Mrs. Close, all members voting in favor, the Board approved the July 24, 2012 board minutes.

PUBLIC OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK:  N/A

BOARD COMMITTEE REPORTS, INFORMATION, RECOMMENDED ACTION AND MOTIONS:
•Finance Committee – On a motion by Mrs. Kilcommons, seconded by Mrs. Close, all members voting in favor, the Board approved the June 30th Board Secretary and Treasurer’s reports
•Curriculum/ Technology Committee –  NA
•Facilities/Transportation Committee –  Dr. Daggy updated the BOE on the status of the readiness of the building for the opening of school.
•Policy Committee –  N/A 
•Public Relations Committee –  N/A
•Negotiations Committee – N/A
•Charter/Regionalization – NA

SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT:
•Enrollment – 74
•Attendance – N/A
•Health – N/A
•Safety & Discipline – N/A

INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL:
•Attendance (June) – N/A
•Formal Observations – NA
•In service activities– N/A
•Curriculum Status – NA
•District goals – Dr. Daggy shared the spring NJASK results.
•Recommended board actions, motions – 
•On a motion by Mrs. Close, seconded by Mrs. Haig, all members present voting in favor, the Board approved the substitute list.

NON-INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL:
•Attendance (July) – 95.5454%
•Observations – On-going
•Recommended board actions, motions –  
    On a motion by Mrs. Close, seconded by Mrs. Haig, all members present 
      voting in favor, the Board approved the request by Shar Pei Rescue to use a
      parking spot during Chowderfest to increase awareness for their mission.
    Mrs. Haig shared that the Mordecai Land Trust wishes to advertise on the
      school fence for their Casino Night in September.  The BOE tabled a decision 
      in order to gather information regarding policy.

BOARD SECRETARY’S REPORT:
•On a motion by Mrs. Kilcommons, seconded by Mrs. Close, all members present voting in favor, the Board approved the July current expenses and budget status report.
•On a motion by Mrs. Kilcommons, seconded by Mrs. Close, all members present voting in favor, the Board approved the July Board Secretary’s certification that no line items had been overdrawn was not discussed. 
•On a motion by Mrs. Close, seconded by Mrs. Kilcommons, all members present voting in favor, the Board approved the August bills for payment. 
•Correspondence – NA

OLD BUSINESS: 
     √The After School Care Program was discussed.  Dr. Daggy said that no interest
            was indicated regarding the letter that was sent in early August.
      √    Dr. Daggy explained the letter that the BOE had received regarding Integrated
            Pest Management.
      √    Dr. Daggy shared letters that have been received from Scholastic regarding an
            unpaid balance.  Mrs. Haig will contact the appropriate PTA board members in
            order to get the bill paid.

NEW BUSINESS:
      √   On a motion by Mrs. Close, seconded by Mrs. Haig, all members present 
           voting in favor, the Board approved hiring Jessica Wiehr for a half-time special
           education position-50%BA+10 = $21,253.49.

NEW BUSINESS:
•On a motion by Mrs. Close, seconded by Mrs. Kilcommons, all members voting in favor, the BOE approved Mrs. Romeo for the maternity leave teacher position-first step of the salary guide = $41,797.61.

On a motion by Mrs. Close, seconded by Mrs. Kilcommons, all members voting in favor, the BOE moved from public session to executive session at 8:30.

Items discussed:
     √    Health Benefits
     √    Superintendent position

On a motion by Mrs. Close, seconded by Mrs. Kilcommons, all members voting in favor, the BOE moved out of executive session and adjourned their August 28, 2012 meeting at 9:15.


Next Meeting:   September 25, 2012