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2013 Resolutions

12-13-G1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby adopts the 2014-2015 Budget Development Calendar as presented.

12-13-G2
On motion of _________, seconded by ___________, the Board of Education hereby approves the Corrective Action Plan related to the Newark Valley Central School District Audited Financial Reports for the year ended June 30, 2013.

12-13-G3
The Broome-Tioga BOCES acting in conformance with Education Law 1950 hereby proposes unit cost methodology for its shared services, and the Superintendent having recommended that the Board adopt the attached unit cost methodology for such shared services, and on motion of _______, seconded by _______, it is

RESOLVED that the attached unit cost methodology is hereby approved for shared services with the Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services for the 2014-2015 school year.

12-13-C1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation for retirement of Denise Scalzo, High School Math Teacher, effective June 30, 2014.

12-13-NC1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Stacie Peabody, Sub Teacher Aide (Classroom/Building, Special Education, Cafeteria), Sub Clerical and Sub Library Clerk, effective December 10, 2013.

12-13-NC2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Henry Vasquez, Custodial Worker, effective December 6, 2013.

12-13-NC3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Henry Vasquez, Substitute Custodial Worker, effective December 7, 2013.

12-13-NC4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the probationary appointment of Laura Baker, Teacher Aide (Special Education), effective December 10, 2013 through December 9, 2014.

11-13-G6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the Treasurer's Report for October 2013 with balances as follows:

General Fund $ 4,747,366.14
Repair Reserve Fund $ 119,508.71
Unemployment Reserve Fund $ 223,797.84
Property Loss Reserve Fund $ 44,737.43
Retirement Reserve Fund $ 1,140,428.44
Employee Benefit Reserve Fund $ 252,649.91
Vehicle Reserve Fund $ 368,524.08
Capital Reserve Fund $ 2,257,463.17
School Lunch Fund $ 33,274.13
Special Aid Fund $ 13,123.53
Capital Fund $ 423,266.66
Debt Service Fund $ 1,895,102.20

11-13-G7
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Comprehensive Budget Status Reports for: Gen­eral Fund, Repair Reserve Fund, Unemployment Reserve Fund, Prop­erty Loss Reserve Fund, Retirement Reserve Fund, Employee Benefit Reserve Fund, Vehicle Reserve Fund, Capital Re­serve Fund, School Lunch Fund, Special Aid Fund, Capital Fund and Debt Service Fund dated October 2013.

11-13-G8
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Extra Classroom Activity Fund Report for the month of October 2013.

11-13-G9
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Report of Tax Collector for the 2013/2014 Fiscal Year dated November 12, 2013 and attached to and made part of these minutes.

11-13-G10
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education having received appropriate Applications for Corrected Tax Roll, hereby adjusts the 2013/2014 tax warrant and STAR Claim as follows:

   

Warrant

STAR

Location

Reason of Correction

Property #

Adjustment

Adjustment

     

Town of Berkshire

Senior STAR Exemption

24.00-1-3.11

$ (1,138.00)

$ 1,138.00

Town of Berkshire

Basic STAR Exemption

33.00-1-11.2

$ (580.00)

$ 580.00

Town of Newark

Valley

Basic STAR Exemption

64.00-2-28

$ (563.00)

$ 563.00

Town of Richford

Basic STAR Exemption

6.00-1-1.12

$ (575.67)

$ 575.67

Village of Newark

Valley

Basic STAR Exemption

64.15-1-44

$ (563.00)

$ 563.00

Village of Newark

Valley

Exemption -

Village Owned

75.07-1-34.12

$ (115.43)

$ -

     
 

Total Adjustment:

$ (3,535.10)

$ 3,419.67

     
  

Net Adjustment:

$ (115.43)

 

11-13-G11
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the New York State Local Assistance Plan for the 2013/2014 school year.

11-13-G12
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, and on mo­tion of ________, seconded by ________, the Board of Education hereby approves the funding for the contract between the Superintendent of Schools of the Newark Valley Central School District and the Newark Valley United Support Aides effective July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2016.

11-13-G13
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, and on mo­tion of ________, seconded by ________, the Board of Education hereby approves the funding for the contract between the Superintendent of Schools of the Newark Valley Central School District and the Newark Valley CSEA, CSEA Local 1000 AFSCME effective July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2017.

11-13-C4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Kylie Chandler, Rebecca Kasperek, Jessica Sawchuk, Substitute Teacher, effective November 26, 2013. (Certified)

11-13-C5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Kara Gyidik, Kathryn Kranz, Beverly Meagher and Marisa Potter, After School Homework Recovery, for the 2013-2014 school year, pending funding and student participation.

11-13-C6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of JoAnn Byrne, Barbara Crampton, Kathryn Kranz and Lindsey Tomazin, Middle School Music Chaperone, for the December 11, 2013 performance.

11-13-NC1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Carol French, Sub Teacher Aide (Classroom/Building, Special Education, Cafeteria), Sub Clerical and Sub Library Clerk, effective November 26, 2013.

11-13-G1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Educa­tion hereby approves the Art Club’s Field Trip to New York City, New York, May 9, 2014.

11-13-G2
Upon the motion of ________, seconded by ________, the Board of Education approves Business Associate Agreement with SIEBA, Ltd., as attached to and made part of these minutes, and authorizes the President of the Board of Education to sign the Amendment.

11-13-G3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Educa­tion, having received an Application for Refund and Credit of Real Property taxes, hereby approves the following refund of property taxes for 2013/2014 in the amount of $124.91.

LSI Title Agency Owego 96.00-2-4 2013/2014 $124.91
(C. & R. Percey)

11-13-G4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of educa­tion, having received an Application for Refund and Credit of Real Property taxes, hereby approves the following refund of property taxes for 2013/2014 in the amount of $79.92.

Daniel Brownell Berkshire 31.00-2-2.113 2013/2014 $79.92

11-13-G5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the following additional Transportation Request for the 2013-2014 school year:

Zion Lutheran 1 student

11-13-C1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Kristin Felice, Substitute Teacher, effective November 13, 2013. (Certified)

11-13-C2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Kathleen Thomas, After School Homework Recovery, for the 2013-2014 school year, pending funding and student participation.

10-13-G8
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the Treasurer's Report for September 2013 with balances as follows:

General Fund $ 3,772,110.32
Repair Reserve Fund $ 119,502.20
Unemployment Reserve Fund $ 223,785.65
Property Loss Reserve Fund $ 44,735.54
Retirement Reserve Fund $ 1,140,269.45
Employee Benefit Reserve Fund $ 252,636.14
Vehicle Reserve Fund $ 368,504.00
Capital Reserve Fund $ 2,257,148.46
School Lunch Fund $ 51,415.82
Special Aid Fund $ 38,952.26
Capital Fund $ 453,550.27
Debt Service Fund $ 1,894,838.00

10-13-G9
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Comprehensive Budget Status Reports for: Gen­eral Fund, Repair Reserve Fund, Unemployment Reserve Fund, Prop­erty Loss Reserve Fund, Retirement Reserve Fund, Employee Benefit Reserve Fund, Vehicle Reserve Fund, Capital Re­serve Fund, School Lunch Fund, Special Aid Fund, Capital Fund and Debt Service Fund dated September 2013.

10-13-G10
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Extra Classroom Activity Fund Report for the month of September 2013.

10-13-G11
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the following additional Transportation Request for the 2013-2014 school year:

Ross Corners Christian Academy 1 student

10-13-C7
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Valerie Short, Boys and Girls Basketball Scoreboard Operator, for the 2013-2014 school year, pending funding and student participation.

10-13-C8
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Cynthia Herrick, Linda Pomeroy and Steven Sagor, Substitute Teacher, effective October 29, 2013.

10-13-C9
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Patricia Flint-Beck, Brittany Dougherty, Andrea Friend, Laurie Hess, Julie Holland, Ralph Novi, Andrew Rice, Karli Sbarra, Denise Scalzo, Amanda Stanko, Cathleen Stewart and Billie Vaughn, After School Homework Recovery, for the 2013-2014 school year, pending funding and student participation.

10-13-NC2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Mikki Rose, Teacher Aide, effective October 30, 2013.

10-13-NC3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Mikki Rose, Substitute Teacher Aide (Classroom, Special Education, Cafeteria), effective October 31, 2013.

10-13-NC4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the re-appointment of Vickie Eggleston, Sub Teacher Aide (Classroom, Sp. Ed., Café), Sub Clerical and Sub Library Clerk, for the 2013-2014 school year.

10-13-NC5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Renee Aylesworth, Substitute Nurse, effective October 29, 2013.

10-13-G1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, and on motion of ______, seconded by ______, the Board approves the contract with Cardinal Lanes, as attached to and made part of these minutes, and author­izes the Board of Education President to sign the Agreement.

10-13-G2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the proposal submitted by United Health Services to provide medical services to the school district for the period of July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2015.

10-13-G3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education, having received an Application for Refund and Credit of Real Property taxes, hereby approves the following refund of property taxes for 2013/2014 in the amount of $1,889.84.

Corelogic Real Estate Tax Service
(David & Kelly Mann) Newark Valley 86.00-1-48.15 2013/2014 $1,889.84

10-13-G4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education, having received an Application for Refund and Credit of Real Property taxes, hereby approves the following refund of property taxes for 2013/2014 in the amount of $1,138.00.

Richard & Donna Jones Berkshire 24.00-1-3.11 2013/2014 $1,138.00

10-13-G5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education, having received an Application for Refund and Credit of Real Property taxes, hereby approves the following refund of property taxes for 2013/2014 in the amount of $30.75.

Laura Hopkins Berkshire 24.00-1-49.1 2013/2014 $27.87
Owego 85.00-1-63.122 2013/2014 $ 2.88

10-13-G6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education, having received an Application for Refund and Credit of Real Property taxes, hereby approves the following refund of property taxes for 2013/2014 in the amount of $37.54.

Vincent Soper Richford 11.00-1-48 & 49 2013/2014 $37.54

10-13-G7
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby acknowl­edges the receipt of the 2012/2013 Internal Audit Report as prepared by the internal auditor, Ernest Skiadas, CPA, P.C. and as presented to the Board of Education on June 10, 2013.

10-13-C1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the paid and up to 113 day unpaid leave of Kylee Lansing, Elementary School Teacher, effective December 9, 2013 through June 27, 2013.

10-13-C2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the paid and 11 day unpaid leave of Amber Dildine, High School Science Teacher, effective December 23, 2013 through February 21, 2014.

10-13-C3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Sherry Martin, Substitute Teacher, effective October 16, 2013.

10-13-C4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of David Lintz, Substitute Teacher, effective October 10, 2013.

10-13-C5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Deb Demers, Modified Volleyball Coach (0.5 FTE), for the 2013-2014 school year, pending funding and student participation.

10-13-C6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Mark Berghorn, Football Announcer for the 2013-2014 school year, pending funding and student par­ticipation.

10-13-NC1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby ap­proves the reappointment of Michael Cucci and Emily Rodgers, Substitute Support Staff (Teacher Aide/Classroom, Sp. Ed., Build­ing Aide, Cafete­ria Aide, Clerical and Library Clerk), for the 2013-2014 school year.

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9-13-G1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the Treasurer's Report for July 2013 with balances as follows:

General Fund $ 2,241,388.36
Repair Reserve Fund $ 119,482.30
Unemployment Reserve Fund $ 223,748.38
Property Loss Reserve Fund $ 44,731.82
Retirement Reserve Fund $ 1,139,889.07
Employee Benefit Reserve Fund $ 252,594.07
Vehicle Reserve Fund $ 368,442.64
Capital Reserve Fund $ 2,252,280.09
School Lunch Fund $ 27,288.33
Special Aid Fund $ 41,369.03
Capital Fund $ 691,547.49
Debt Service Fund $ 997,841.69

9-13-G2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Comprehensive Budget Status Reports for: Gen­eral Fund, Repair Reserve Fund, Unemployment Reserve Fund, Prop­erty Loss Reserve Fund, Retirement Reserve Fund, Employee Benefit Reserve Fund, Vehicle Reserve Fund, Capital Re­serve Fund, School Lunch Fund, Special Aid Fund, Capital Fund and Debt Service Fund dated July 2013.

9-13-G3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Extra Classroom Activity Fund Report for the month of July 2013.

9-13-G4
On motion of _________, seconded by ___________, the Board of Education hereby approves the Corrective Action Plan in response to the Internal Audit Report submitted by Ernest Skiadas, CPA, P.C. for 2012-2013 School Year.

9-13-G5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the 2013-2014 school tax warrant be adjusted to reflect a reduction of $1,564,824.56 that represents the amount of the initial tax levy to be paid by New York State pursuant to Section 1306-a, of the Real Property Tax Law (STAR).

9-13-G6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the following additional Transportation Request for the 2013-2014 school year:

Zion Lutheran School 1 student

9-13-G7
On motion of ______, and seconded by ______, the Board of Education hereby approves the Memorandum of Under­standing with Brian Sherwood, attached to and made part of these minutes.

9-13-C1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the reappointment of Sheryl Raftis and Amanda Rice, Substitute Teachers, for the 2013-2014 school year.

9-13-C2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Jennifer Thomas and Brian McKinley, Substitute Teacher, effective August 30, 2013.

9-13-C3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Adrienne Seccia, Long-Term Substitute Teacher, effective September 1, 2013 (vice M. Reynolds leave).

9-13-C4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Natalia Conaty, Ed Mertson, Robin Rittenhouse, Cheryl Simmons, Jolynn Thompson and Lindsey Tomazin, Mentors, effective September 4, 2013, for the 2013-2014 school year.

9-13-NC1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Renee Callahan, Clerk-Part Time (Non-Competitive), for the 2013-2014 school year. (Maximum 100 hours per school year)

OLD BUSINESS
6-13-C22 (AMENDED)
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approve the following probationary appointment

Name of Appointee: Michelle R. Bombard
Tenure Area: Director of Curriculum and Information Services
Date of Commencement of probationary services August 1, 2013
Expiration date of the appointment July 31, 2016
Certification Status Library Media Specialist, Initial (expiring 8/31/14)
English Language Arts 7-12, Initial (expiring 8/31/14)

NEW BUSINESS
7-13-G1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves appointment of the following Committee on Preschool Special Education and list of Preschools within Tioga County and adjoining Counties:

1. The parents of the preschool child,
2. An additional parent member of a child with a disability residing in the school district or a neighboring school district and whose child is enrolled in a preschool or elementary level education program, provided that such parent is not a required member if the parent(s) of the child request that the additional parent member not participate – Kelly LaPorte,
3. Not less than one regular education teacher of the child whenever the child is or may be participating in the regular education environment. The specific staff member to attend will be determined by the CPSE Chairperson.
4. Not less than one special education teacher, or, if appropriate, not less than once special education provider of the child. The specific staff member to attend will be determined by the CPSE Chairperson.
5. A representative of the district who is qualified to provide, or supervise special education and who is knowledgeable about the general education curriculum and the availability of preschool special education programs and services and other resources of the school district and municipality. The representative of the school district shall serve as the chairperson of the committee. This person is appointed as Chairperson – Angela Gemignani (Alternate: Brian Trippany or Suzette Fahey).
6. An individual who can interpret the instructional implications of evaluation results, provided that such individual may also be the individual appointed as the regular education teacher, the special education teacher or special education provider, the school psychologist, the representative of the school district or a person having knowledge or special expertise regarding the student when such member is determined by the school district to have the knowledge and expertise to fulfill this role on the committee.
7. Other persons having knowledge or special expertise regarding the child, including related services personnel as appropriate, as the school district or the parents shall designate. The determination of knowledge or special expertise of such person shall be made by the party (parents or school district) who invited the individual to be a member of the committee on special education.
8. For a child in transition from early intervention programs and services, the appropriate professional designated by the agency that has been charged with the responsibility for the preschool child; and the child with the disability, whenever appropriate;
9. A representative of the municipality of the preschool child’s residence, provided that the attendance of the appointee of the municipality shall not be required for a quorum.
10. For Initial Referrals Only - a professional who participated in the evaluation of the child, appointed by the evaluating agency, for any meetings prior to the initial recommendation for a child for whom services are first being sought, or, an appropriate professional employed by the school district - Brian Trippany (Alternates: Suzette Fahey, Judy Cunning, Susan Fedorwich, Debra Berghorn)

List of Approved Preschools: Broome County: Binghamton Pre-K, BOCES Nursery School, Headstart, Endicott First Presbyterian Nursery School, Endwell Nursery, Family Enrichment Network, First Church of Christ, First Methodist Church Nursery School, Grace Lutheran Preschool, Handicapped Children’s Association, Jewish Community Center, Lourdes, Child Care Center, Magic Years Child Care and Learning Center, Northminister Nursery, School OFB Headstart, Our Lady of Sorrows Nursery School, Rehabilitation Services Inc., Riverside Drive Nursery, St. Andrew's Preschool, St. Catherine's Pre-K, St. Patrick's Pre-K, St. Thomas Aquinas Nursery School, SUNY Binghamton Children's Unit, The Rainbow Center, The Susquehanna School, Tree Top Nursery, Whitney Point Preschool/Day Care, Wide Horizons Nursery School,. Tioga County: Day Care Center of Owego, Headstart & Universal Pre-K - Tioga Opportunities Program, Franziska Racker Centers, Family Enrichment Network. Tompkins County: Franziska Racker Centers, Tompkins County Headstart, Ithaca City Schools.

7-13-G2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves appointment of the following Committee on Special Education (District Level):

1. The parents or persons in parental relationship to the student.
2. Not less than one regular education teacher of the child whenever the child is or may be participating in the regular education environment. The specific staff member to attend will be determined by the CSE Chairperson.
3. Not less than one special education teacher, or, if appropriate, not less than once special education provider of the child. The specific staff member to attend will be determined by the CSE Chairperson.
4. A school psychologist.
5. A representative of the district who is qualified to provide, or supervise special education and who is knowledgeable about the general education curriculum and the availability of resources of the school district, provided that an individual who meets these qualifications may also be the same individual appointed as the special education teacher or the special education provider of the student or school psychologist. The representative of the school district shall serve as the chairperson of the committee. This person is appointed as Chairperson – Angela Gemignani (Alternate: Brian Trippany or Suzette Fahey).
6. An individual who can interpret the instructional implications of evaluation results, provided that such individual may also be the individual appointed as the regular education teacher, the special education teacher or special education provider, the school psychologist, the representative of the school district or a person having knowledge or special expertise regarding the student when such member is determined by the school district to have the knowledge and expertise to fulfill this role on the committee.
7. A school physician, if specifically requested in writing by the parent of the student or by a member of the school at least 72 hours prior to the meeting.
8. An additional parent member of a child with a disability residing in the school district or a neighboring school district, provided that such parent may be the parent of a student who has been declassified within a period not to exceed five years or the parent of a student who has graduated within a period not to exceed five years. Such parent is not a required member if the parent(s) of the child request that the additional parent member not participate Toni Dean.
9. Other persons having knowledge or special expertise regarding the child, including related services personnel as appropriate, as the school district or the parents shall designate. The determination of knowledge or special expertise of such person shall be made by the party (parents or school district) who invited the individual to be a member of the committee on special education.
10. The child with the disability, whenever appropriate;

Subcommittees on Special Education membership (Nathan T. Hall Elementary School, Middle School, High School)
1. The parents of the student.
2. Not less than one regular education teacher of the student whenever the student is or may be participating in the regular education environment.
3. Not less than one of the student’s special education teachers or, if appropriate, not less than once special education provider of the student. The specific staff member to attend will be determined by the CSE Chairperson.
4. A representative of the district who is qualified to provide, administer or supervise special education and who is knowledgeable about general education curriculum and who is knowledgeable about the availability of resources of the school district. This person is appointed as Chairperson – Angela Gemignani (Alternate: Brian Trippany or Suzette Fahey).
5. A school psychologist, whenever a new psychological evaluation is reviewed or a change to a program option with a more intensive staff/student ratio is considered.
6. An individual who can interpret the instructional implications of evaluation results, who may be a member appointed pursuant to sections 2-5 or 7 of this paragraph.

7. Other persons having knowledge or special expertise regarding the student, including related services personnel as appropriate, as the committee or the parents shall designate. The determination of knowledge or special expertise of such person shall be made by the party (parents or school district) who invited the individual to be a member of the subcommittee on special education.
8. The student, if appropriate.

7-13-G3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves appointment of the following Impartial Hearing Officers, as well as any other subsequent revisions available through the IHRS, for the 2013-2014 School Year:

Kenneth Ritzenberg Jerome Schad Leonard Sienko Jr.
Aaron Turetsky James Walsh Joan Alexander
Maryanne Dimeo Craig Hill Michael Lazan
Craig Tessler James McKeever Paul Bumbalo
Martin Kehoe Mindy Wolman Nancy Lederman
Robert Briglio Lana Flame Lynn Almeleh

7-13-G4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Lunch Policy Statement for Free and Reduced Price Meals for the 2013-2014 school year.

7-13-G5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves continuing Substitute Teacher and Substitute Teaching Assistant pay rates as follows:

Uncertified Certified Retired NVCSD Teaching
Teachers Teachers Teachers Assistants
1-20 days $82/day $88/day $98/day $68/day
> 20 days $92/day $98/day $106/day $78/day

7-13-G6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves continuing Substitute Nurse pay rates as follows:

1-20 days $88 > 20 days $93

7-13-G7
RESOLVED, Upon the motion of __________, seconded by __________, Randal H. Kerr is designated trustee, and all other members are designated alternate trustees, from the Newark Valley Central School District to the Workers Compensation Self-Insurance Alliance for 2013-2014.

7-13-G8
RESOLVED, Upon the motion of _______, seconded by _______, Randal H. Kerr is designated trustee, and Anthony Tavelli is designated alternate trustee, from the Newark Valley Central School District to the Broome-Tioga-Delaware Health Insurance Consortium for 2013-2014.

7-13-G9
On motion of ______, seconded by ______, the Board of Education hereby designates the following individuals as custo­dians of Petty Cash Funds for the 2013-2014 School Year:

Central Office Tina Engelhard, District Clerk
Elementary School Kris Tomazin, Clerk Typist, Main Office
Middle School Ellen Snapp, Typist, Main Office
High School Cathy Yetter, Typist, Main Office
Bus Garage Randy Zukowski, Transportation Supervisor
School Lunch Lorraine Trotman, School Lunch Director
Buildings and Grounds Michelle Tavelli, Account Clerk Typist

7-13-G10
RESOLVED, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools That the Board of Education hereby accepts the lowest evaluated bid submitted by Nelcorp Electrical Contracting Corp. in the amount of $40,350.00 for Electrical Construction in conjunction with the 2013 Capital Reserve Project 60-04-02-04-0-007-018.

7-13-G11
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the bid for milk for 2013-14 school year from Byrne Dairy.

RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the bid for ice cream for 2013-14 school year from Huff.

RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the bid for NOI for 2013-14 school year from Renzi, Ginsberg, and Nardones.

7-13-C1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Debra Demers, High School Transition Coordinator, for the 2013-2014 school year.

7-13-C2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Lorri Mars, Substitute Teacher, effective July 2, 2013.

7-13-C3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Suzanna Miller, High School Math Teacher, effective July 15, 2013.

7-13-C4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Sara Doane, School Nurse, effective July 3, 2013.

7-13-C5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Edward Pratt, Bowling Coach and Volunteer Football Coach, for the 2013-2014 school year pending funding and student participation.

7-13-C6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointments of Debra Demers, Joseph Lakin, Chuck Birch, Nick Rodgers and Stuart Wandell, as Volunteer Coaches for the 2013-2014 school year pending funding and student participation.

7-13-NC1
RESOLVED, The Superintendent having reviewed the report of the School Physician regarding the Fitness of Carl Perkins to operate a school bus and further having reviewed three statements from three different persons not related by either blood or marriage to the applicant pertaining to the applicant’s moral character and reliability, and the Superintendent having certified to the Board of Education that the bus driver is of good moral character and reliable, that this Board of Education does and hereby approves the appointment of Donna Kline to the Civil Service Classification, Non-competitive – bus driver (substitute), effective July 16, 2013. (Substitute Bus Driver)

7-13-NC2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Suzanne Mathers, Substitute Food Service Worker, effective July 1, 2013.

OLD BUSINESS:
5-13-NC3 (REVISED)
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the 17.5 day unpaid leave of Karen Key, Bus Driver, effective May 29, 2013 (0.5 day), May 30, 2013 through June 21, 2013 (17.5 days).

NEW BUSINESS:
6-13-G1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby declares as excess property the surplus or obsolete items as listed and made a part of theses minutes.

6-13-G2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the First Reading of Policy 5410 – Dignity for All Students Act, as presented.

6-13-G3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the lowest evaluated bid submitted by Dunn Electric in the amount of $24,000.00 for Electrical Equipment in conjunction with the 2013 Capital Reserve Project 60-04-02-04-0-007-018.

6-13-C1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Shannon Burch, Speech Pathologist, effective June 30, 2013.

6-13-C2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Jennifer Thomas, Substitute Teacher, effective September 1, 2013. (uncertified)

6-13-C3
Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent, and on motion of _________, seconded by _________, the following appointment of tenure is made:

Name of Appointee: Lisa Serrao
Tenure Area: School Counseling and Guidance
Date of Commencement of
Service on Tenure: September 1, 2013
Certification Status: School Counselor, Provisional expires 8/31/13
Certificate, Expires 1/31/15

6-13-C4
Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent, and on motion of _________, seconded by _________, the following appointment of tenure is made:

Name of Appointee: Michelle R. Bombard
Tenure Area: School Media Specialist (Library)
Date of Commencement of
Service on Tenure: September 1, 2013
Certification Status: Library Media Specialist, Initial expires 8/31/14
English Language Arts 7-12, Initial expires 8/31/14

6-13-C5
Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent, and on motion of _________, seconded by _________, the following appointment of tenure is made:

Name of Appointee: Michele Marino
Tenure Area: Mathematics
Date of Commencement of
Service on Tenure: September 1, 2013
Certification Status: Mathematics 7-12, Initial expires 8/31/15 with
Mathematics 5-6 Extension, Initial expires 8/31/15

6-13-C6
Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent, and on motion of _________, seconded by _________, the following appointment of tenure is made:

Name of Appointee: Cathleen Stewart
Tenure Area: Education of Children with Handicapping Conditions –
General Special Education
Date of Commencement of
Service on Tenure: September 1, 2013
Certification Status: Social Studies 7-12 Initial Certificate expires 1/31/14;
Students with Disabilities Grades 7-12 – Social Studies
Initial Certificate expires 8/31/15

6-13-C7
Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent, and on motion of _________, seconded by _________, the following appointment of tenure is made:

Name of Appointee: Heidi Cardone
Tenure Area: Education of Children with Handicapping Conditions –
General Special Education
Date of Commencement of
Service on Tenure: September 1, 2013
Certification Status: Students with Disabilities (Grades 1-6) Initial Certificate expires 8/31/15
Childhood Education (Grades 1-6), Initial Certificate, expires 8/31/12
Severe or Multiple Disabilities Annotation, Initial Extension Annotation,
Expires 8/31/15

6-13-C8
Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent, and on motion of _________, seconded by _________, the following appointment of tenure is made:

Name of Appointee: Lindsey Tomazin
Tenure Area: Education of Children with Handicapping Conditions –
General Special Education
Date of Commencement of
Service on Tenure: September 1, 2013
Certification Status: Childhood Education (Grades 1-6), Professional Certificate
Students with Disabilities (Grades 1-6), Professional Certificate

6-13-C9
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of the following Coaches for the 2012-2013 school year, pending funding and student participation:

Michele Marino Modified Cross Country Coach Andrea Friend JV Field Hockey Coach
Scott Wandell Varsity Football Assistant Coach Steve Wandell JV Football Head Coach
Ralph Novi JV Football Assistant Coach Jack Short Modified Football Head Coach
Mike Stauder Modified Football Assistant Coach Mitch Thurston Modified Boys Soccer Coach
Lindsey Tomazin Modified Girls Soccer Coach Brandilyn Duke Volleyball 8th Grade Coach
Scott Wandell Varsity Boys Basketball Coach Scott Stratton JV Boys Basketball Coach
Craig Hirko Boys 8th Grade Basketball Coach Tom Fabrizio Boys 7th Grade Basketball Coach
Mike Stauder Varsity Girls Basketball Coach Craig Hirko Girls 8th Grade Basketball Coach
Tom Fabrizio Girls 7th Grade Basketball Coach Kathryn Belyea Cheerleading Winter Coach
Eric D’Arcy Varsity Wrestling Coach Nick Rodgers JV Wrestling Coach (0.50)
Rob Zetzsche JV Wrestling Coach (0.50) Joseph Lakin Modified Wrestling Coach
Ralph Novi Varsity Baseball Coach Scott Stratton JV Baseball Coach
Jack Short Modified Baseball Coach Matt Cicchetti Golf Coach
Tom Fabrizio JV Softball Coach Chuck Schneider Tennis Coach
Brian Trippany Varsity Girls Track Coach Eric D’Arcy Modified Track Coach
Brandilyn Duke Assistant Track (Modified/Varsity)

6-13-C10
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the establishment of the Varsity Club and appoint Robin Novi as Advisor for the 2013-2014 school year.

6-13-NC1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Kimberly Bailey, Substitute Food Service Worker/Helper, effective July 1, 2013.

6-13-NC2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Megan Keene, Volunteer Internship-Business Office, effective June 11, 2013.

5-13-G7
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the Treasurer's Report for April 2013 with balances as follows:

General Fund $ 5,340,968.68
Repair Reserve Fund $ 119,452.30
Unemployment Reserve Fund $ 241,611.41
Property Loss Reserve Fund $ 44,726.22
Retirement Reserve Fund $ 1,439,222.11
Employee Benefit Reserve Fund $ 252,530.64
Vehicle Reserve Fund $ 588,300.89
Capital Reserve Fund $ 2,351,127.90
School Lunch Fund $ 43,017.74
Special Aid Fund $ 15,002.54
Capital Fund $ 248,651.06
Debt Service Fund $ 1,574,892.92

5-13-G8
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Comprehensive Budget Status Reports for: Gen­eral Fund, Repair Reserve Fund, Unemployment Reserve Fund, Prop­erty Loss Reserve Fund, Retirement Reserve Fund, Employee Benefit Reserve Fund, Vehicle Reserve Fund, Capital Re­serve Fund, School Lunch Fund, Special Aid Fund, Capital Fund and Debt Service Fund dated April 2013.

5-13-G9
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Extra Classroom Activity Fund Report for the month of April 2013.

5-13-G10
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, that the Board of Education of the Newark Valley Central School District hereby approves Amendment # 3 to the 2012-2013 Contract for Cooperative Educational Services with the Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services in the amount of $4,939.79.

5-13-G11
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Educa­tion hereby approves the Senior Class Field Trip to Hershey Park, Pennsylvania, June 10, 2013.

5-13-C1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation for retirement of Debra Demers, High School Guidance Counselor, effective June 30, 2013.

5-13-C2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Macia Hill, Substitute Teacher, effective May 29, 2013. (certified)

5-13-NC4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation for retirement of Penny Hudy, Teacher Aide, effective June 19, 2013.

5-13-G1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the additional Transportation Requests for the 2013-2014 school year:

Ross Corners Christian 2 students

5-13-G2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of the following vote procedure personnel for the School District Meeting on Tuesday, May 21, 2013.

Cindy Drew Diana Schaffer Linda Young

5-13-G3
BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board of Education of the Newark Valley Central School District will participate in the services during 2013-2014 to the extent indicated, and as attached to and made a part of the official minutes of this meeting. The Board of Education agrees to pay Broome-Tioga BOCES the charges identified on the base con­tract according to the following schedule – (8) equal payments beginning October 1, 2013 and ending May 1, 2014. Also, be it resolved that payments on supplemental contracts will be implemented by the district in consonance with the payment schedule stipulated on the contract.

5-13-G4
WHEREAS, At the Meeting of the Newark Valley Central School District held on November 26, 2012, the Board of Education accepted donations in memory of Bethany Kassapian, a member of the Class of 2013 who tragically lost her life, to be used to establish an annual scholarship in the amount of $100.00 to be known as the Bethany Kassapian Scholarship to be awarded to a graduating senior of the Newark Valley Central School District; and

WHEREAS, additional contributions have been received and added to the Bethany Kassapian Scholarship Fund; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Education has received a request that in light of the additional funds that the amount of the annual scholarship be increased from $100.00 to $300.00; and

WHEREAS, the Superintendent of Schools has recommended this increase,

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Resolution adopted by the Board of Education on November 26, 2012 accepting the donation and establishing the Bethany Kassapian Scholarship be amended to provide that the annual scholarship shall be in the amount of $300.00.

In all other respects, the Resolution adopted by the Board of Education at the November 26, 2012 meeting estab­lishing the Bethany Kassapian Scholarship Fund shall remain in full force and effect.

5-13-G5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the lowest evaluated bids as submitted for the Time and Material Blanket Bids NV01:13-14 (HVAC - Evans Mechanical), NV02:13-14 (Plumbing - Evans Mechanical), NV03:13-14 (General Contract – Marchuska Brothers Construction LLC), NV06:13-14 (Electrical – Nelcorp), NV08:13-14 (Carpet and Tile – Rug Fair Commercial and Industrial Inc.), NV09:13-14 (Painting – A&R Painting) for the 2013/2014 school year.

5-13-G6
Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent, and on motion of ______, seconded by ______, it is RESOLVED that the Board of Education of Newark Valley Central School District to participate in Co-operative Bidding for the following bids with other school districts in New York State:

Grocery – one school year (2013-2014);

Paper Products – twice per school year – (8/2013-12/2013) & (1/2014-8/2014);

Meat/Cheese/Dairy – every two months, 5 times per school year:
July 2013 for August through October 2013
October 2013 for November through December 2013
December 2013 for January through February 2014
February 2014 for March through April 2014
April 2014 for May through August 2014

Processing of U.S.D.A. Commodities – one school year (2013-2014);

Milk & Milk Products/Ice Cream & Other Frozen Desserts – one school year (2013-2014);

Bread & Bread Products – one school year (2013-2014);

Dish & Cleaning Supplies – three school years (2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016).

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Mark Bordeau, Director of Food Services, Broome Tioga BOCES, or Designee be designated to receive and open said bids and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board of Education of Newark Valley Central School District reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

5-13-NC1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Janet Doane, Substitute Teacher Aide (Classroom/Building, Cafeteria, Computer Lab) and Substitute Clerical, effective May 14, 2013.

5-13-NC2
RESOLVED, The Superintendent having reviewed the report of the School Physician regarding the Fitness of William Perkins to operate a school bus and further having reviewed three statements from three different persons not related by either blood or marriage to the applicant pertaining to the applicant’s moral character and reliability, and the Superintendent having certified to the Board of Education that the bus driver is of good moral character and reliable, that this Board of Education does and hereby appoint William Perkins to the Civil Service Classification, Non competitive – bus driver for a probationary term commencing May 14, 2013 and ending May 13, 2014. (Reg­ular Bus Driver) (Vice: Betty Emery transfer)

5-13-NC3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the 10 day unpaid leave of Karen Key, Bus Driver, effective June 10, 2013 through June 21, 2013.

4-13-G3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the Treasurer's Report for March 2013 with balances as follows:

General Fund $ 5,930,973.23
Repair Reserve Fund $ 119,442.52
Unemployment Reserve Fund $ 241,591.62
Property Loss Reserve Fund $ 44,724.40
Retirement Reserve Fund $ 1,438,985.97
Employee Benefit Reserve Fund $ 252,509.96
Vehicle Reserve Fund $ 586,011.45
Capital Reserve Fund $ 2,350,742.14
School Lunch Fund $ 57,687.84
Special Aid Fund $ 15,868.35
Capital Fund $ 277,904.82
Debt Service Fund $ 1,574,634.52

4-13-G4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Comprehensive Budget Status Reports for: Gen­eral Fund, Repair Reserve Fund, Unemployment Reserve Fund, Prop­erty Loss Reserve Fund, Retirement Reserve Fund, Employee Benefit Reserve Fund, Vehicle Reserve Fund, Capital Re­serve Fund, School Lunch Fund, Special Aid Fund, Capital Fund and Debt Service Fund dated March 2013.

4-13-G5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Extra Classroom Activity Fund Report for the month of March 2013.

4-13-G6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves that the following budget proposition be presented to the voters of the district at the annual district meeting on May 21, 2013: Shall the Board of Education be authorized to expend the sum of $___________ for the 2013-2014 school year and to levy the necessary tax therefore?

4-13-G7
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby adopts the Property Tax Report Card as presented.

4-13-G8
IT IS RESOLVED, That the 2013-2014 Administrative Budget of the Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services in the amount of $3,002,110.00 is hereby approved.

4-13-G9
IT IS RESOLVED, That the Board casts votes for the office of trustee of the Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services as follows:

1. ____________ 2. ____________ 3.____________

4-13-G10
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the additional Transportation Requests for the 2013-2014 school year:

Zion Lutheran School 3 students

4-13-G11
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Educa­tion hereby approves the Valley Masquers Field Trip to New York City, New York, May 4, 2013.

4-13-G12
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the contract for 2012/2013 with the Vestal Central School District for Health & Welfare Services in the amount of $1,548.92.

4-13-G13
RESOLVED, that the Newark Valley Central School District Board of Education, hereby declares the Newark Valley Central School District Board of Education as the lead agency for purposes of the State Environmental Quality Review Act and Regulations (SEQRA), associated with the capital project 60-04-02-04-0-007-018 “Newark Valley Senior High, Reconstruction, CSI Section(s) 16.”

4-13-G14
Keystone Associates Architects, Engineers and Surveyors, LLC, selected by the Newark Valley Central School District, has recommended to the Board of Education that the Board determine that the capital project 60-04-02-04-0-007-018 “Newark Valley Senior High, Reconstruction, CSI Section(s) 16” is a Type II action as that term is defined in the State Environmental Quality Review Act, and will not have a significant impact on the environment. The project is therefore not subject to further review under SEQRA.

On motion of , seconded by , it is

RESOLVED, that the Newark Valley Central School District Board of Education, acting as lead agency for purposes of the State Environmental Quality Review Act and Regulations and upon the recommendation of the School District’s architect and engineer, hereby determines that the capital project 60-04-02-04-0-007-018 “Newark Valley Senior High, Reconstruction, CSI Section(s) 16” is a Type II action which will not have a significant impact on the environment and is not subject to further review under the State Environmental Quality Review Act.

4-13-G15
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of the following vote procedure personnel for the School District Meeting on Tuesday, May 21, 2013.

Pamela Budney Glenda Clark Lauren Engelhard Connie Koroluck
Beth Malone Ellen Snapp Susan Stauder Michelle Tavelli
Kris Tomazin Sharon Weed Tina Engelhard, Inspector

4-13-G16
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, and on mo­tion of ____________, seconded by ____________, the Board of Education hereby accepts the generous donation from NTH Parents & Teachers for Students in the amount of $1,620.95 to be used by the NTH Elementary School toward purchasing of technology equipment to be used in the Light Bulb Lab.

4-13-G17
RESOLVED, on motion of ____________, seconded by _____________, That the Board of Education hereby approves the agreement for architectural services for High School Electrical Service Renovations Project between Keystone Associates Architects, Engineers & Surveyors, LLC and Newark Valley Central School District and authorizes the Board President to sign the contract.

4-13-G18
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education of the Newark Valley Central School District hereby approves Amendment #2 to the 2012/2013 Contract for Cooperative Educational Services with the Broome-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services in the amount of $261,608.07.

4-13-C2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the paid and 7 day unpaid leave of Jennifer Herrera, Foreign Language Teacher, effective May 8, 2013 through June 21, 2013.

4-13-C3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Jeffery D. Carr, Substitute Teacher, effective April 9, 2013. (certified)

4-13-C4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Barbara Crampton, Suzanne Marzec-Gac and Sherry Warchocki, Middle School Music Chaperone, for the May 9, 2013 performance.

3-13-G6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, that the Board of Education hereby accepts the Treasurer's Report for February 2013 with balances as follows:

General Fund $ 3,185,439.04
Repair Reserve Fund $ 119,432.41
Unemployment Reserve Fund $ 241,571.18
Property Loss Reserve Fund $ 44,722.51
Retirement Reserve Fund $ 1,438,742.00
Employee Benefit Reserve Fund $ 252,488.59
Vehicle Reserve Fund $ 585,936.98
Capital Reserve Fund $ 2,350,343.59
School Lunch Fund $ 53,807.53
Special Aid Fund $ 33,645.73
Capital Fund $ 277,881.31
Debt Service Fund $ 1,574,367.55

3-13-G7
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Comprehensive Budget Status Reports for: Gen­eral Fund, Repair Reserve Fund, Unemployment Reserve Fund, Prop­erty Loss Reserve Fund, Retirement Reserve Fund, Employee Benefit Reserve Fund, Vehicle Reserve Fund, Capital Re­serve Fund, School Lunch Fund, Special Aid Fund, Capital Fund and Debt Service Fund dated February 2013.

3-13-G8
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Extra Classroom Activity Fund Report for the month of February 2013.

3-13-G9
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Educa­tion hereby approves the High School Book Store Workers’ Field Trip to Darien Lake Theme Park on June 3, 2013.

3-13-G10
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the 2012/2013 K-12 non-resident student tuition rate of $5,328.

3-13-G11

NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING AND VOTE

NEWARK VALLEY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

Budget Hearing

A budget hearing for the inhabitants of the Newark Valley Central School District qualified to vote at School District meetings will be held at the Administration Building, 79 Whig Street, Newark Valley, New York, commencing at 7:00 p.m. on May 13, 2013 where there shall be presented the proposed School District budget for the following school year.

Date of Vote

The vote upon the appropriation of the necessary funds to meet the estimated expenditures or for any proposi­tions involving the expenditure of money or the authorizing of levy of taxes, as well as the election of members of the Board of Education shall be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at the Richard H. Kerr Board Room of the Administration Building, 79 Whig Street, Newark Valley, New York between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.

Statement of Money Required for Next School Year

A copy of the statement of the amount of money which would be required for the next school year for school purposes shall be completed seven days before the budget hearing and may be obtained by any resident of the District at each schoolhouse during the period of 14 days immediately before the annual meeting and election, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., except Saturday, Sunday or holiday.

Vote for Board Members

Petitions nominating candidates for the office of member of the Board of Education must be filed with the Clerk of the District between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. not later than April 22, 2013. The following vacan­cies are to be filled:

A three-year term ending June 30, 2016, currently held by Robert Bennett
A three-year term ending June 30, 2016, currently held by Anthony D. Tavelli

Each petition must be addressed to the Clerk of the District, be signed by at least 25 qualified voters of the Dis­trict, shall state the residence of each signer, the name and address of the candidate, and shall describe the specific vacancy on the Board of Education for which the candidate is nominated, which description shall include at least the length of term of office, and the name of the last incumbent. No person shall be nominated for more than one specific office.

The following proposition(s) shall be voted upon at the same time as the vote upon the appropriation of monies and for Board members:

Proposition #1

Vehicle Purchase

Shall the Board of Education be authorized to purchase any or all of the following vehicles: two sixty-five passenger buses for a sum not to exceed $220,000, which will be paid from the capital reserve fund established by the school district on May 12, 1993 and amended on May 21, 2002?

Proposition #2
Facilities Improvement

Shall the Board of Education of the Newark Valley Central School District be authorized to expend from the reserve fund approved by the voters of the school district on May 11,1994 under the provisions of Education Law 3651 and as amended by the voters of the district on May 15, 2007, an amount not to exceed $100,000 for any or all of the following purposes at Newark Valley High School: Replace existing 600AMP service with new 1200AMP service, replace 600AMP transfer switch with new 1200AMP switch, install new 1200AMP disconnect switch, replace 5 existing sub-panels with new panels and breakers, raise existing transformer, provide new house keeping pads for all new equipment, coordinate all electrical shutdowns with school district and New York State Electric & Gas, and other allied expenses including architectural and engineering fees, and legal fees?

Absentee Ballots

Applications for absentee ballots may be applied for at the Office of the District Clerk. Such applications must be received by the District Clerk at least seven days before the vote if the ballot is to be mailed to the absentee voter, or the day before the vote if the ballot is to be delivered personally to the absentee voter. Absentee ballots must be received in the Office of the District Clerk of the District not later than 5:00 p.m. on the day of the vote.

A list of all persons to whom absentee ballots have been issued shall be available for public inspection in the Office of the District Clerk during regular office hours which are between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Any qualified voter may, upon examination of such list, file a written challenge of qualifications of any person whose name appears on such list, stating the reasons for the challenge. Such written challenge shall be trans­mitted by the Clerk, or designee, to the inspectors of election on election day.

By order of the Board of Education of the
Newark Valley Central School District
Tina A. Engelhard, District Clerk
3-13-G12
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Educa­tion hereby approves the Select Choir and Jazz Ensemble Field Trip to attend the Music in the Parks Competition at Dorney Park, May 18, 2013.

3-13-C2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Debra Cramer, Substitute Teacher, effective March 16, 2012.

3-13-G1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Alfonso Terzella (employed by Central Business Office) as Purchasing Agent for the District, effective March 31, 2013.

3-13-G2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Tracy Baker (employed by Central Business Office) as Purchasing Agent for the District, effective April 1, 2013.

3-13-G3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Grade 4 Class Field Trip to Taughannock Falls and State Park on June 14, 2013.

3-13-G4
On motion of ______, seconded by ______, the Board of Education hereby authorizes the Superintendent of Schools to sign proposals for pre-referendum services for the EXCEL and Transportation projects.

3-13-C1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Bobbi Jo Tallon, Substitute Teacher, effective March 12, 2013. (certified)

OLD BUSINESS: (CORRECTION)
2-13-G1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the contract for 2012/2013 with the Binghamton City School District for Health & Welfare Services in the amount of $880.74.

NEW BUSINESS:
2-13-G3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the Treasurer's Report for January 2013 with balances as follows:

General Fund $ 3,817,497.56
Repair Reserve Fund $ 119,423.28
Unemployment Reserve Fund $ 241,552.72
Property Loss Reserve Fund $ 44,720.81
Retirement Reserve Fund $ 1,438,521.68
Employee Benefit Reserve Fund $ 252,469.29
Vehicle Reserve Fund $ 585,869.72
Capital Reserve Fund $ 2,349,983.67
School Lunch Fund $ 33,199.18
Special Aid Fund $ 24,681.10
Capital Fund $ 284,642.31
Debt Service Fund $ 1,574,126.46

2-13-G4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Comprehensive Budget Status Reports for: Gen­eral Fund, Repair Reserve Fund, Unemployment Reserve Fund, Prop­erty Loss Reserve Fund, Retirement Reserve Fund, Employee Benefit Reserve Fund, Vehicle Reserve Fund, Capital Re­serve Fund, School Lunch Fund, Special Aid Fund, Capital Fund and Debt Service Fund dated January 2013.

2-13-G5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Extra Classroom Activity Fund Report for the month of January 2013.

2-13-G6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the contract for 2012/2013 with the Owego Central School District for Health & Welfare Services in the amount of $2827.32.

2-13-G7
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Educa­tion hereby adopts the 2013-2014 Instructional School Calendar as presented.

2-13-G8
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, and on mo­tion of ______, seconded by ______, the Board of Education hereby approves the funding for the contract between Newark Valley Central School District and the School Psychologists, effective July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2016.

2-13-G9
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Grade 5 Class Field Trip to Washington, D.C. on May 2, 2013 to May 3, 2013.

2-13-C5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Jennifer Anderson, Substitute Teacher, effective February 26, 2013. (certified)

2-13-C6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Austin Nichols, Substitute Teacher, effective February 26, 2013. (uncertified)

2-13-C7
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of the following Coaches for the 2013-2014 school year, pending funding and student participation:

Brian Sherwood Varsity Football Head Coach Keith Williams Varsity Boys Soccer Coach
Chuck Schneider Varsity Girls Soccer Coach Brandilyn Duke Varsity Volleyball Coach
Kathryn Belyea Cheerleading Fall Coach Eric D’Arcy Varsity Boys Cross Country Coach
Brian Trippany Varsity Girls Cross Country Coach Erin Wilday Varsity Field Hockey Coach

2-13-C8
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Julie Curkendall, Barbara Crampton and Leslie Steidle, Middle School Music Chaperone, for the March 5, 2013 performance.

2-13-C9
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Nicholas Fersch, Assistant High School Principal, effective February 28, 2013.

2-13-NC2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Karen Umiker, Substitute Support Staff (Clerical), effective March 4, 2013.

2-13-G1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the contract for 2012/2013 with the Binghamton City School District for Health & Welfare Services in the amount of $1,467.90.

2-13-G2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the 2012-2013 Visual Structural Inspection Report.

2-13-C1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Lauren Botzenhart, Ticket Taker, for the 2012-2013 school year pending funding and student participation.

2-13-C2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Matthew Cicchetti, Golf Coach, for the 2012-2013 school year pending funding and student participation. (A. Smith resignation)

2-13-C3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Brandilyn Duke, Assistant Track Coach (Modified/Varsity), for the 2012-2013 school year pending funding and student participation. (J. Lakin resignation)

2-13-C4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Jane Woody, Substitute Nurse, effective February 12, 2013.

2-13-NC1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Karen Umiker, Teacher Aide (Cafeteria), effective March 1, 2013.1-13-G9
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the Treasurer's Report for December 2012 with balances as follows:

General Fund $ 3,864,963.82
Repair Reserve Fund $ 119,404.34
Unemployment Reserve Fund $ 241,514.41
Property Loss Reserve Fund $ 44,714.51
Retirement Reserve Fund $ 1,438,277.79
Employee Benefit Reserve Fund $ 252,429.25
Vehicle Reserve Fund $ 585,766.38
Capital Reserve Fund $ 2,349,527.32
School Lunch Fund $ 59,906.61
Special Aid Fund $ 18,151.66
Capital Fund $ 284,601.49
Debt Service Fund $ 1,573,820.78

1-13-G10
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Comprehensive Budget Status Reports for: Gen­eral Fund, Repair Reserve Fund, Unemployment Reserve Fund, Prop­erty Loss Reserve Fund, Retirement Reserve Fund, Employee Benefit Reserve Fund, Vehicle Reserve Fund, Capital Re­serve Fund, School Lunch Fund, Special Aid Fund, Capital Fund and Debt Service Fund dated December 2012.

1-13-G11
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Extra Classroom Activity Fund Report for the month of December 2012.

1-13-G12
Upon motion of ________, seconded by ________, the Newark Valley Central School District, at its meeting held on January 28, 2013, approved the extension of the Agreement for Joint Financing of Workers’ Compensation Benefits Under General Municipal Law Article 5-G through June 30, 2018.

1-13-C6
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, and on motion of __________, seconded by __________, the following appointment of tenure is made:

Name of Appointee: Karli A. Sbarra
Tenure Area: English
Date of Commencement of Service on Tenure: February 1, 2013
Certification Status: English Language Arts 7-12, Initial expiring 8/31/2013

1-13-C7
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of John Riegel, Substitute Teacher, effective January 29, 2013. (Certified)

1-13-C8
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Jack Short, Substitute Teaching Assistant, effective January 17, 2013.

1-13-NC2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Frank Krisko, Substitute Custodial Worker, effective January 29, 2013.

OLD BUSINESS:
11-12-G8 (Corrected)
Upon motion of S. Watson, seconded by A. Tavelli, the Newark Valley Central School District, at its meeting held on November 13, 2012, approved the extension of the “Agreement for the Cooperative Health Insurance Arrangement of the Broome-Tioga-Delaware County Area School District Fund” through June 30, 2018.
NEW BUSINESS:
1-13-G1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the Treasurer's Report for November 2012 with balances as follows:

General Fund $ 4,313,987.78
Repair Reserve Fund $ 119,379.03
Unemployment Reserve Fund $ 241,463.21
Property Loss Reserve Fund $ 44,705.03
Retirement Reserve Fund $ 1,438,033.94
Employee Benefit Reserve Fund $ 252,375.74
Vehicle Reserve Fund $ 585,642.20
Capital Reserve Fund $ 2,349,029.23
School Lunch Fund $ 50,497.36
Special Aid Fund $ 34,009.23
Capital Fund $ 530,782.06
Debt Service Fund $ 1,917,942.35

1-13-G2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Comprehensive Budget Status Reports for: Gen­eral Fund, Repair Reserve Fund, Unemployment Reserve Fund, Prop­erty Loss Reserve Fund, Retirement Reserve Fund, Employee Benefit Reserve Fund, Vehicle Reserve Fund, Capital Re­serve Fund, School Lunch Fund, Special Aid Fund, Capital Fund and Debt Service Fund dated November 2012.

1-13-G3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the Extra Classroom Activity Fund Report for the month of November 2012.

1-13-G4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby amends the 2012-2013 Board of Education Meeting Calendar.

1-13-G5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education adopts the annual update of the Professional Development Plan (2012-2013) and authorizes the Superintendent and Board of Education President to sign the Statement of Certification.

1-13-G6
REFUNDING BOND RESOLUTION, DATED _____________, 2013, AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF REFUNDING SERIAL BONDS OF THE NEWARK VALLEY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT, IN THE TIOGA, TOMPKINS, CORTLAND AND BROOME COUNTIES, STATE OF NEW YORK, PURSUANT TO SECTION 90.10 OF THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, PROVIDING FOR OTHER MATTERS AND MAKING CERTAIN DETERMINATIONS IN RELATION THERETO AND PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE BONDS TO BE REFUNDED THEREBY.
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WHEREAS, the Newark Valley Central School District, located in the Tioga, Tompkins, Cortland and Broome Counties, State of New York (the “School District”) previously issued $19,060,000 principal amount of School District Serial Bonds, Series 2006A (the “Series 2006A Bonds”) pursuant to a certificate of determination of the President of the Board of Education (sometimes referred to herein as the “Chief Fiscal Officer”), which Series 2006A Bonds are dated June 15, 2006 and matured or mature in annual installments on June 15 in each of the years 2007-2020, inclusive, as follows:

$1,015,000 in the year 2007,

$1,060,000 in the year 2008,

$1,105,000 in the year 2009,

$1,150,000 in the year 2010,

$1,205,000 in the year 2011,

$1,255,000 in the year 2013,

$1,310,000 in the year 2013,

$1,370,000 in the year 2014,

$1,425,000 in the year 2015,

$1,490,000 in the year 2016,

$1,560,000 in the year 2017,

$1,630,000 in the year 2018,

$1,705,000 in the year 2019, and
$1,780,000 in the year 2020,

WHEREAS, the Series 2006A Bonds were authorized pursuant to one or more serial bond resolutions duly adopted by the Board of Education of the School District for the objects or purposes described therein on February 11, 2002 and delegated to the Chief Fiscal Officer the power to prescribe the terms, form and contents of and to sell and deliver such serial bonds of the School District; and

WHEREAS, $12,270,000 aggregate principal amount of the Series 2006A Bonds currently remain outstanding and unredeemed as of the date hereof; and

WHEREAS, it is hereby determined to be in the public interest of the School District to refund all or a portion of said outstanding Series 2006A Bonds, by the issuance of the refunding bonds authorized herein pursuant to Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law (the “Series 2006A Refunding Bonds”); and

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NEWARK VALLEY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT, IN THE TIOGA, TOMPKINS, CORTLAND AND BROOME COUNTIES, STATE OF NEW YORK (BY THE AFFIRMATIVE VOTE OF NOT LESS THAN TWO-THIRDS OF THE VOTING STRENGTH OF BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT), AS FOLLOWS:

Section 1. For the purpose of refunding all or a portion of the $12,270,000 outstanding principal amount of the Series 2006A Bonds, providing moneys which, together with the interest earned from the investment of certain of the proceeds of the refunding bonds herein authorized shall be sufficient to pay: (i) the refunded principal amount of the Series 2006A Bonds (the “Refunded Bonds”); (ii) the aggregate amount of the unmatured interest payable on the Refunded Bonds to and including the date on which any series of the Refunded Bonds which are callable are to be redeemed prior to their respective maturities in accordance with the Refunding Financial Plan (as hereinafter defined) and attached hereto as Exhibit B; (iii) the costs and expenses incidental to the issuance of the Series 2006A Refunding Bonds (the “Refunding Bonds”) as hereinafter authorized and as described in Exhibit A, including without limitation, the development of the Refunding Financial Plan, costs and expenses of executing and performing the terms and conditions of the Escrow Contract (as hereinafter defined), and any securities supply contract, the premium with respect to any bond insurance policy or policies acquired with respect to the Refunding Bonds (as defined below), discount or compensation of underwriters, fees of bond counsel and financial advisors, rating agency fees, printing and service agency fees and expenses, and fees and charges of the Escrow Holder (as hereafter described); and (iv) the redemption premium, if any, to be paid on any series of the Refunded Bonds which are to be called prior to their respective maturities; there are hereby authorized to be issued in one or more series not exceeding $9,200,000 aggregate principal amount of refunding serial bonds of the School District pursuant to the provisions of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law, it being anticipated that the par amount of Refunding Bonds actually to be issued will be approximately $8,875,000 as provided in Section 4 hereof. The proposed principal amounts and dates of maturity of such Refunding Bonds are set forth in the Refunding Financial Plan attached hereto.

Section 2. It is hereby determined pursuant to Section 90.10 that:

  1. the maximum amount of the Refunding Bonds authorized to be issued pursuant to this resolution does not exceed the limitation imposed by subdivision 1 of paragraph (b) of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law with respect to each series of the Refunded Bonds;
  1. the aggregate amount of estimated present value savings computed in accordance with subparagraph (a) of subdivision 2 of paragraph b of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law is not expected to be less than three percent (3.0%) of debt service on the Refunded Bonds paid to stated maturity.
  1. The Board of Education is hereby authorized and directed to enter into an escrow contract (the “Escrow Contract”) with a bank or trust company located and authorized to do business in this State as the Board of Education shall designate (the “Escrow Holder”) for the purpose of having the Escrow Holder act, in connection with the Refunding Bonds, as the escrow holder to perform the services described in Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law. In addition, the Escrow Contract may include a forward supply or purchase contract or agreement as part thereof or as a separate agreement for the provision of acquiring obligations of the United States of America or unconditionally guaranteed by the United States of America or other obligations or instruments qualified under Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law or may be necessary for the completion of the Refunding Financial Plan. The Escrow Contract shall contain such terms and conditions as shall be necessary or required, including terms and conditions required for the completion of the Refunding Financial Plan, including provisions for the Escrow Holder, without further authorization or direction from the Board of Education of the School District, except as otherwise provided therein, including, without limitation, (i) to make all required payments of principal, interest and any redemption premiums to appropriate paying agents with respect to the Refunded Bonds, (ii) to pay costs and expenses incidental to the issuance of the Refunding Bonds, including the development of the Refunding Financial Plan, and of executing and performing the terms and conditions of the Escrow Contract by the Escrow Holder, (iii) at the appropriate time or times, to cause to be given on behalf of the School District in the manner provided by law the notice of redemption authorized to be given pursuant to Section 8 hereof, and (iv) to invest the moneys held by the Escrow Holder pursuant to the terms of the Escrow Contract and consistent with the provisions of the Refunding Financial Plan. The Escrow Contract shall be irrevocable and shall constitute a covenant with the owners of the Refunding Bonds.
  1. The proceeds, inclusive of any premium, from the sale of the Refunding Bonds, immediately upon receipt, shall be placed in escrow by the School District with the Escrow Holder pursuant to the terms of the Escrow Contract. All moneys held by the Escrow Holder shall be invested only in direct obligations of the United States of America, in obligations the principal of and interest on which are unconditionally guaranteed by the United States of America or in obligations or instruments qualified under Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law, which obligations or instruments shall mature or be subject to redemption at the option of the Escrow Holder not later than the respective dates when such moneys will be required to make payments in accordance with the Escrow Contract and the Refunding Financial Plan. Any such moneys remaining in the custody of the Escrow Holder after the performance in full of the Escrow Contract by the Escrow Holder shall be returned to the School District and shall be applied by the President of the Board of Education to the payment of the principal of or interest on the Refunding Bonds then outstanding, to the payment of any amounts required to be paid to the United States of America in connection of with the refunding of the Refunding Bonds or to the payment of or reimbursement for the costs of issuance or other administrative costs incurred in connection with the issuance of the Refunding Bonds. In connection with the investment of moneys held by the Escrow Holder under the Escrow Contract, the President of the Board of Education is authorized to execute on behalf of the School District any forward purchase or supply contract for the purchase or supply of the securities described in this subsection (d) at a date subsequent to the delivery of the Refunding Bonds, as is needed to accomplish the purposes of the Refunding Financial Plan.

Section 3. It is hereby determined that the maximum period or periods of probable usefulness permitted by law at the time of the issuance of the Refunded Bonds for each of the objects or purposes for which the Refunded Bonds were issued is no less than as shown in the Certificates of Determination of the President of the Board of Education incorporated by reference herein and made a part of this resolution taking into account the earlier of the original date of issuance of any such series of serial bonds or bond anticipation notes funded by such series of Refunded Bonds; and

Section 4. The financial plan for the refunding authorized by this resolution (the “Refunding Financial Plan”), showing the sources and amounts of all moneys required to accomplish such refunding, the estimated present value of the total debt service savings and the basis for the computation of the aforesaid estimated present value of total debt service savings, are set forth in Exhibit B attached hereto and made a part hereof. The Refunding Financial Plan has been prepared based upon the assumption that the Refunding Bonds will be issued in the aggregate principal amount of $8,875,000 if fully issued and will mature, be of such terms, and bear such interest as set forth in the Refunding Financial Plan. The Board of Education of the School District recognizes that the principal amount of the Refunding Bonds, the series, maturities, terms, interest rate or rates borne by the Refunding Bonds, the provisions for redemption thereof prior to maturity and whether or not all of the Refunding Bonds will be insured, and the resulting present value savings are likely to vary from such assumptions and that the Refunding Financial Plan will likely vary from that attached hereto as Exhibit B. The President of the Board of Education is hereby authorized and directed to determine the principal amount of the Refunding Bonds to be issued, the series and designation or designations thereof, the time or times of the sale thereof, the maturities and terms thereof, the provisions relating to the redemption of the Refunding Bonds prior to maturity, if any, the rate or rates of interest to be borne thereby, whether or not the Refunding Bonds will be insured in whole or in part or uninsured, and to prepare, or cause to be provided, a final Refunding Financial Plan, all in accordance herewith, and all powers in connection therewith may be exercised by the President of the Board of Education; provided, that the terms of the Refunding Bonds to be issued, including the rate or rates of interest borne thereby, shall comply with the requirements of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law. The Board of Education shall file a copy of a certificate determining the details of the Refunding Bonds and the final Refunding Financial Plan with the School District Clerk within ten (10) days after the delivery of the Refunding Bonds, as herein provided.

Section 5. The faith and credit of the School District are hereby irrevocably pledged to the payment of the principal of and interest on the Refunding Bonds as the same respectively become due and payable. An annual appropriation shall be made in each year sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the Refunding Bonds becoming due and payable in such year. To the extent that the same are not paid from other sources, there shall be annually levied on all the taxable real property in the School District a tax sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the Refunding Bonds as the same become due and payable.

Section 6. Proceeds from the sale of the Refunding Bonds, including any accrued interest and, together with interest earned thereon, which shall be required for the payment of the principal of and interest on the Refunded Bonds, including any redemption or call premiums, in accordance with the Refunding Financial Plan, shall be irrevocably committed and pledged to such purpose and the owners of the Refunded Bonds shall have a lien upon such moneys and the investments thereof held by the Escrow Holder. The pledge and lien provided by this resolution shall become valid and binding upon the issuance of the Refunding Bonds and the moneys and investments held by the Escrow Holder shall immediately be subject thereto without any further act. Such pledge and lien shall be valid and binding against all parties having claims of any kind in tort, contract, equity, at law or otherwise against the School District irrespective of whether such parties have notice thereof. Neither this resolution, the Escrow Contract, nor any other instrument relating to such pledge and lien, need be filed or recorded.

Section 7. In accordance with the terms of the Refunded Bonds and the provisions of Section 53.00 and of paragraph (h) of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law, and subject only to the issuance of the Series 2006A Bonds, as herein authorized, the School District hereby elects to call in and redeem all or a portion of the Series 2006A Bonds maturing on and after June 15, 2016 on June 15, 2015. The sum to be paid therefor on such redemption dates shall be the par value thereof plus the redemption premium, if any, as provided in the issuance proceedings for the Series 2006A Bonds and the accrued interest to such redemption date. The Escrow Holder is hereby authorized and directed to cause notice of such call for redemption to be given in the name of the School District in the manner and within the times provided in the issuance proceedings for the Series 2006A Bonds. Such notice of redemption shall be in substantially the form attached to the Escrow Contract. Upon the issuance of the Refunding Bonds, the election to call in and redeem the applicable portion of the callable Series 2006A Bonds the direction to the Escrow Holder to cause notice thereof to be given as provided in this paragraph shall become irrevocable, provided that this paragraph may be amended from time to time as may be necessary in order to comply with the notice, requirements of paragraph (a) of Section 53.00 of the Local Finance Law, or any successor law thereto. It is hereby determined that with respect to the series of Refunded Bonds to be called in and redeemed as provided in this Section 7, it is to the financial advantage of the School District not to charge, impose and collect or receive from registered owners of the Refunded Bonds mailing, shipping, insurance or other similar charges in connection with such redemption or calls. Accordingly, pursuant to paragraph (c) of Section 70.00 of the Local Finance Law, no such charges shall be so charged, collected or received by the Chief Fiscal Officer, as fiscal agent.

Section 8. The Refunding Bonds shall be sold at a negotiated sale to Raymond James Morgan Keegan (the “Underwriter”) and the President of the Board of Education is hereby authorized to execute a purchase contract on behalf of the President of the Board of Education for the sale of the Refunding Bonds, provided that the terms and conditions of such sale shall be approved by the State Comptroller and further provided that, prior to the issuance of the Refunding Bonds the Board of Education shall have filed with the School District Clerk a certificate approved by the State Comptroller pursuant to subdivision 2 of paragraph (g) of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law setting forth the present value savings to the School District resulting from the issuance of the Refunding Bonds. In connection with such sale, the Board of Education of the School District hereby authorizes the preparation of an Official Statement and approves its use in connection with such sale, and further consents to the distribution of a Preliminary Official Statement prior to the date said Official Statement is executed and available for distribution, all in accordance with applicable State and Federal securities laws, rules and regulations.

Section 9. The Board of Education of the School District hereby appoints the law firm of Squire Sanders (US) LLP of New York, New York, as bond counsel in connection with the issuance and sale of the Refunding Bonds. The Board of Education of the School District hereby appoints the firm of Fiscal Advisors & Marketing, Inc. of Syracuse, New York, as financial advisor in connection with the issuance and sale of the Bonds. The power to appoint the Escrow Holder, as that term is referred to herein, and a senior managing underwriter for the sale of the Refunding Bonds if sold at private sale, is hereby delegated to the President of the Board of Education of the School District, as chief fiscal officer of the School District.

Section 10. Each of the Refunding Bonds authorized by this resolution shall contain the recital of validity prescribed by Section 52.00 of the Local Finance Law and the Refunding Bonds shall be general obligations of the School District, payable as to both principal and interest by a general tax upon all the taxable real property within the School District, without limitation as to rate or amount.

Section 11. The President of the Board of Education, pursuant to Sections 50.00, 90.00, 90.10 and 168.00 of the Local Finance Law, and all other officers, employees and agents of the School District are hereby authorized and directed for and on behalf of the School District to execute and deliver all certificates and other documents, perform all acts and do all things required or contemplated to be executed, performed or done by this resolution or any document or agreement approved hereby, including to correct or amend the documents and certificates authorized to complete the transactions contemplated by this resolution.

Section 12. All other matters pertaining to the terms, issuance and sale of the Refunding Bonds consistent with the provisions of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law shall be determined by the President of the Board of Education and the powers in connection therewith not otherwise heretofore delegated thereto are hereby delegated to the President of the Board of Education.

Section 13. The School District intends to issue the obligations authorized by this resolution to finance the costs of the purposes described herein for the completion of the Refunding Financial Plan. The School District covenants for the benefit of the holders of the Refunding Bonds that it will not make any use of (a) the proceeds of the Refunding Bonds, any funds reasonably expected to be used to pay the principal of or interest on the Refunding Bonds or any other funds of the School District, and (b) the purposes financed with the proceeds of the Refunding Bonds, which would cause the interest on which to become subject to Federal income taxation under the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”) (except for the federal alternative minimum tax imposed on corporations by Section 55 of the Code), or subject the School District to any penalties under Section 148 of the Code, and that it will not take any action or omit to take any action with respect to the Refunding Bonds or the proceeds thereof, if such action or omission would cause the interest on the Refunding Bonds to become subject to Federal income taxation under the Code (except for the federal alternative minimum tax imposed on corporations by Section 55 of the Code), or subject the School District to any penalties under Section 148 of the Code. The foregoing covenants shall remain in full force and effect notwithstanding the defeasance of the Refunding Bonds or any other provision hereof until the date which is sixty (60) days after the final maturity date or earlier prior redemption date thereof. The proceeds of the Refunding Bonds may be applied to reimburse expenditures or commitments made for the purposes on or after a date which is not more than sixty (60) days prior to the adoption date of this resolution by the School District.

Section 14. For the benefit of the holders and beneficial owners from time to time of the Refunding Bonds, the School District agrees, in accordance with and as an obligated person with respect to the Refunding Bonds under, Rule 15c2-12 promulgated by the Securities Exchange Commission pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the “Rule”), to provide or cause to be provided such financial information and operating data, financial statements and notices, in such manner, as may be required for purposes of the Rule. In order to describe and specify certain terms of the School District’s continuing disclosure agreement for that purpose, and thereby to implement that agreement, including provisions for enforcement, amendment and termination, the President of the Board of Education is authorized and directed to sign and deliver, in the name and on behalf of the School District, the commitment authorized by subsection 6(c) of the Rule (the “Commitment”) to be placed on file with the School District Clerk, which shall constitute the continuing disclosure agreement made by the School District for the benefit of holders and beneficial owners of the Refunding Bonds in accordance with the Rule, with any changes or amendments that are not inconsistent with this resolution and not substantially adverse to the School District and that are approved by the President of the Board of Education on behalf of the School District, all of which shall be conclusively evidenced by the signing of the Commitment or amendments thereto. The agreement formed, collectively by this paragraph and the Commitment, shall be the School District’s continuing disclosure agreement for purposes of the Rule, and its performance shall be subject to the availability of funds and their annual appropriation to meet costs the School District would be required to incur to perform thereunder. The President of the Board of Education is further authorized and directed to establish procedures in order to ensure compliance by the School District with its continuing disclosure agreement, including the timely provision of information and notices. Prior to making any filing in accordance with the agreement or providing notice of the occurrence of any material event, the President of the Board of Education shall consult with, as appropriate, the School District Attorney and bond counsel or other qualified independent special counsel to the School District and shall be entitled to rely upon any legal advice provided by the School District Attorney or such bond counsel or other qualified independent special counsel in determining whether a filing should be made.

Section 15. The validity of the Refunding Bonds may be contested only if such obligations are authorized for objects or purposes for which the School District is not authorized to expend money, or the provisions of law which should be complied with at the date of the publication of this resolution, are not substantially complied with, and an action, suit or proceeding contesting such validity, is commenced within twenty (20) days after the date of publication, or if said obligations are authorized in violation of the provisions of the Constitution of New York.

Section 16. When this bond resolution takes effect, it shall be published in full by the School District Clerk, together with a notice in substantially the form prescribed by Section 81.00 of the Local Finance Law, and such publication shall be in ___________________a newspaper having a general circulation in the School District and which is hereby designated as the official newspaper of the School District for such purpose.

Section 17. This bond resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption by the President of the Board of Education of the School District.

Newark Valley Central School District, New York

Exhibit A to the Refunding Bond Resolution,
Dated June ___, 2013,
of the Newark Valley Central School District
in the Tioga, Tompkins, Cortland and Broome Counties, State of New York
Series 2013 Bonds - Refunding Bonds Estimated Debt Service

6/15/2013

$ 85,000

6/15/2014

130,000

6/15/2015

135,000

6/15/2016

1,630,000

6/15/2017

1,665,000

6/15/2018

1,705,000

6/15/2019

1,745,000

6/15/2020

1,780,000


Exhibit B to the Refunding Bond Resolution,
dated June ___, 2013
of the Newark Valley Central School District,
in the Tioga, Tompkins, Cortland and Broome Counties, State of New York
Refunding Financial Plan

[On File with the District Clerk]

NEWARK VALLEY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
TIOGA COUNTY, NEW YORK

ESTOPPEL NOTICE

The resolution published herewith was adopted by the Board of Education of the Newark Valley Central School District, located in the Tioga, Tompkins, Cortland and Broome Counties, State of New York (the “School District”) on_________, 2013. The validity of the obligations authorized by such resolution may be hereafter contested only if such obligations were authorized for an object or purpose for which the School District is not authorized to expend money or if the provisions of law which should have been complied with as of the date of publication of this notice, were not substantially complied with, and an action, suit or proceeding contesting such validity is commenced within twenty days after the date of publication of this resolution, or such obligations were authorized in violation of the provisions of the Constitution of the State of New York.

Date: _____________________, 2013

/s/
Tina Engelhard
School District Clerk
Newark Valley Central School District, New York

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RESOLUTION TO AMEND
THE NEWARK VALLEY CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
403(b) RETIREMENT PLAN

WHEREAS, the Newark Valley Central School District (“Employer”) maintains the Newark Valley Central School District 403(b) Retirement Plan Document (“Plan”); and

WHEREAS, the Plan was duly adopted on the 24th day of November, 2008 by the Employer; and

WHEREAS, the Employer desires to conform the Plan to the requirements of the Heroes Earnings Assistance and Relief Act of 2009 (“HEART”) and the Worker, Retiree and Employer Recovery Act of 2008 (“WRERA”);

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that sections 1.16 Includible Compensation, 1.24 Severance from Employment, 4.1 Loans, and 5.3 Minimum Distributions, of the Plan are hereby amended to read as follows:

1.16 Includible Compensation
An Employee's actual wages in box 1 of Form W-2 for a year for services to the Employer, but subject to a maximum of $200,000 (or such higher maximum as may apply under Section 401(a)(17) of the Code) and increased (up to the dollar maximum) by any compensation reduction election under Section 125, 132(f), 401(k), 403(b), or 457(b) of the Code (including any Elective Deferral under the Plan). The amount of Includible Compensation is determined without regard to any community property laws. Beginning in 2009 and thereafter, such term also includes any “differential pay” that may be received while performing qualified military service under Section 414(u) of the Code.

1.24 Severance from Employment
For purpose of the Plan, Severance from Employment means severance from employment with the Employer and any Related Entity. However, a Severance from Employment also occurs on any date on which an Employee ceases to be an employee of a public school, even though the Employee may continue to be employed by a Related Employer that is another unit of the State or local government that is not a public school or in a capacity that is not employment with a public school (e.g., ceasing to be an employee performing services for a public school but continuing to work for the same State or local government employer). Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary, a Participant is treated as having a severance from employment during any period that such individual is performing service in the uniformed services described in Code §3401(h)(2)(A).

4.1 Loans
Loans shall be permitted under the Plan to the extent permitted by the Individual Agreements controlling the Account assets from which the loan is made and by which the loan will be secured. Any such loans shall satisfy the requirements of Code section 72(p) and applicable Treasury Regulations.

Loan applications shall be reviewed and authorized by the Employer’s agent, i.e. third party administrator, and said agent shall inform the Service Provider of such authorization so as to proceed with the Service Provider’s process of issuance of the loan.

Information Coordination Concerning Loans. Each Service Provider is responsible for all information reporting and tax withholding required by applicable federal and state law in connection with distributions and loans. To minimize the instances in which Participants have taxable income as a result of loans from the Plan, the Administrator shall take such steps as may be appropriate to coordinate the limitations on loans set forth in this Section, including the collection of information from Service Providers, and transmission of information requested by any Service Provider, concerning the outstanding balance of any loans made to a Participant under the Plan or any other plan of the Employer. The Administrator shall also take such steps as may be appropriate to collect information from Service Providers, and transmission of information to any Service Provider, concerning any failure by a Participant to repay timely any loans made to a Participant under the Plan or any other plan of the Employer.

Maximum Loan Amount. No loan to a Participant under the Plan may exceed the lesser of:

(a) $50,000, reduced by the greater of (i) the outstanding balance on any loan from the Plan to the Participant on the date the loan is made or (ii) the highest outstanding balance on loans from the Plan to the Participant during the one-year period ending on the day before the date the loan is approved by the Administrator (not taking into account any payments made during such one-year period); or

(b) One half of the value of the Participant's vested Account Balance (as of the valuation date immediately preceding the date on which such loan is approved by the Administrator).

For purposes of this Section 4.1, any loan from any other plan maintained by the Employer and any Related Employer shall be treated as if it were a loan made from the Plan, and the Participant's vested interest under any such other plan shall be considered a vested interest under this Plan; provided, however, that the provisions of this paragraph shall not be applied so as to allow the amount of a loan to exceed the amount that would otherwise be permitted in the absence of this paragraph.

Loan Repayments for Employees in Qualified Uniformed Service. Notwithstanding any other provision of an applicable Individual Agreement, loan repayments by eligible uniformed services personnel maybe suspended as permitted under Section 414(u)(4) of the Code and the terms of any loan shall be modified to conform with such requirements.

5.3 Minimum Distributions
Each Individual Agreement shall comply with the minimum distribution requirements of Section 401(a)(9) of the Code and the regulations thereunder. For purposes of applying the distribution rules of Section 401(a)(9) of the Code, each Individual Agreement is treated as an individual retirement account (IRA) and distributions shall be made in accordance with the provisions of Section 1.408-8 of the Income Tax Regulations, except as provided in Section 1.403(b)-6(e) of the Income Tax Regulations.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, a participant or beneficiary who would have been required to receive required minimum distributions for 2009 but for the enactment of section 401(a)(9)(H) of the Code (“2009 RMDs”), and who would have satisfied that requirement by receiving distributions that are (1) equal to the 2009 RMDs or (2) one or more payments in a series of substantially equal distributions (that include the 2009 RMDs) made at least annually and expected to last for the life (or life expectancy) of the participant, the joint lives (or joint life expectancy) of the participant and the participant’s designated beneficiary, or for a period of at least 10 years (“Extended 2009 RMDs”), will receive those distributions for 2009 unless the participant or beneficiary chooses not to receive such distributions. Participants and beneficiaries described in the preceding sentence will be given the opportunity to elect to stop receiving the distributions described in the preceding sentence. In addition, notwithstanding section 5.6 of the plan, and solely for purposes of applying the direct rollover provisions of the plan, a direct rollover will be offered for 2009 RMDs and extended 2009 RMDs.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Plan shall include the following new sections 5.7 Qualified Military Service Distributions and 9.12 Qualified Military Service Benefits:
5.7 Qualified Military Service Distributions
Any Participant whose employment is interrupted by qualified uniformed service in the military under section 414(u) of the Code and dies or incurs a Disability while so serving shall be deemed to have resumed employment with the Employer on the day preceding such death or Disability and then to have incurred a Severance From Service on the actual date of death or Disability.

Any Participant that takes a distribution from the Plan under Section 414(u) following an interruption in employment that qualifies as qualified uniformed service thereunder may not make Elective Deferrals for a period of six (6) months following the date such distribution occurred.
9.12 Qualified Military Service Benefits
Notwithstanding any other provision of this Plan, any Participant whose employment is interrupted by qualified uniformed service in the military under section 414(u) of the Code shall be entitled to all rights, benefits and protections afforded to such individuals thereunder, and such provisions are incorporated into this Plan. Uniformed services by any individual shall be determined as described in section 3401(h)(2)(A) of the Code.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this amendment is effective as of December 31, 2012 as required under HEART and WRERA.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Employer has caused this Amendment to be adopted this 14th day of January, 2013.

Newark Valley Central School District

By: __________________________

1-13-C1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the paid and 29 day unpaid leave of Christina Costa, High School Science Teacher, effective January 2, 2013 through March 22, 2013.

1-13-C2
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Educa­tion hereby approves the appointment of the following as Mathalon Coaches for the 2012-2013 school year, pending fund­ing and student participation:

Jessica Schappert 6th Grade Team
Michele Marino 5th Grade Team

1-13-C3
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Brandilyn Duke, Kara Gyidik, Michelle Marino, Beverly Meagher and Ashley Stauder, After School Tutors, for the 2012-2013 school year, pending funding and student participation.

1-13-C4
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby accepts the resignation of Joseph Lakin, Assistant Modified Track Coach, effective November 28, 2012.

1-13-C5
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Brian McKinley and Richard Schall, Substitute Teacher, effective January 15, 2013. (uncertified)

1-13-NC1
RESOLVED, Upon the Recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, That the Board of Education hereby approves the appointment of Danielle Miller, Substitute Teacher Aide (Classroom/Building, Special Education, Cafeteria, Computer Lab), Substitute Clerical and Substitute Library Clerk, effective December 21, 2012.

District Office
79 Whig Street
Newark Valley, NY 13811
Phone: 607-642-3221