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HANCOCK COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATIONJune 27, 2016The Hancock County Board of Education met on Monday, June 27, 2016, in the Board Room,New Cumberland, commencing at 5:00 p.m. Board Members present: Marie Brancazio,Michelle Chappell, Toni Hinerman, John Manypenny, and Jerry Durante, President.APPROVAL OF MINUTESThe minutes of the special meeting of June 13, 2016, and the regular meeting of June 13, 2016,were presented for approval.John Manypenny moved and was supported by Michelle Chappell that the minutes be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.DELEGATIONS1.Nick Zervos – Annual RESA 6 UpdateMr. Zervos gave his annual update. Mr. Zervos gave each Board Member a report explainingeverything that RESA 6 has accomplished during the 2015-2016 school year.Jennifer Foster and Shannon Brooks addressed the board with concerns over the early start timefor their children, wanting what is best for students. They feel that the concerns of the parents arefalling on deaf ears.Gabriela Fighiroae, addressed the board with concerns over accuracy of records of concernsexpressed by callers. Mr. Durante answered that minutes of the board meetings will not bedetailed minutes.Simon Fighiroae, addressed the board with concerns over the managing of expenses in HancockCounty Schools. Mr. Fighiroae asked how the caller at the last board meeting got the informationregarding the cost of changing the start time of students, he has asked for the same informationand has not received it.TAKE A BOWNoneREPORTSDr. Kidder stated that Hancock County Schools will be using one of the JDRIV Career Centersemi -trucks for collection of anyone who would like to donate to the flood victims of WestVirginia, the truck will be parked at the Weirton Kroger’s, Three Springs Drive location Wed.through Friday. The donated goods will be delivered early the next week.

NEW BUSINESS - RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SUPERINTENDENTA.PERSONNEL1.RESIGNATION -- CERTIFIEDIt is recommended that the following resignation be approved, effective 6/20/16:NameAmanda McAvoy2.PositionTeacher (Grade 3)Allison ElementaryReasonOther employmentRESIGNATION – CLASSIFIEDIt is recommended that the following resignation be approved effective June 30, 2016:NameDonald IONS -- COACHING -- CERTIFIEDIt is recommended that the following resignations be approved, effective the dates and reasonsindicated:WEIR HIGH SCHOOLFootball AssistantGirls’ Soccer AssistantBoys’ Soccer AssistantBoys’ Basketball AssistantCheerleading, VarsityJohn LearyMonica PennacchioScott SchraderJoseph JimboySarah WalterTransferring to OGPersonalPersonalTransferring to GirlsAdministrative Release5/27/166/ 2/166/ 8/166/ 8/166/30/16Dr. Kidder presented items 1, 2 & 7 and recommended approval.Toni Hinerman moved and was supported by Marie Brancazio that items 1, 2, & 7 be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.3.TRANSFERS -- CERTIFIEDIt is recommended that the following transfers be approved, effective the 2016-17 school year:NameFromToSusan GrecoTeacher (Art)Oak Glen MiddleTeacher (Special Ed. Co-teaching)Weir MiddleTeacher (Art)Weirton ElementaryTeacher (Grade 6)Weir MiddleMichael Shockley4.TRANSFER – CLASSIFIEDIt is recommended that the following transfer be approved effective 2016-2017 school year:NameJoni CragoFromAutism MentorOak Glen High School200 days/7 hoursToSup Aide III-Bus 136Transportation200 days/7 hours

5.TRANSFER - CLASSIFIEDIt is recommended that the following transfer be approved effective 2016-2017 school year:NameTracy BarnhartFromSup Aide III (K-4)Weirton Elementary200 days/7 hoursToSup Aide IIIOak Glen High School200 days/7 hoursDr. Kidder presented items 3, 4, & 5 and recommended approval.John Manypenny moved and was supported by Michelle Chappell that items 3, 4, & 5 beapproved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.6.ASSIGNMENTS – CERTIFIEDIt is recommended that the following assignments be approved, effective the 2016-17 school year:NamePositionDegree/Exp.Nicolette HillJulia MarzanoBrittany TedrowEthan DelektaTeacher – Weir High (English)Teacher – Weir High (Mathematics)Teacher - OGMS (Grade 6)Teacher - OGHS (Chemistry)BA 15/3MA/0MA/0BA/08.ASSIGNMENTS -- COACHING -- CERTIFIEDIt is recommended that the following assignments be approved, effective the 2016-17 school year.Those indicated with an asterisk have met state guidelines established for non-certifiedpersonnel employed in coaching activities.OAK GLEN HIGH SCHOOLFootball AssistantsDoug SmithRyan WellsBrian Cunningham*Scott Pryor*John LearyTed Arneault*Boys’ Basketball AssistantGirls’ Basketball HeadGirls’ Basketball AssistantBoys’ Soccer HeadBoys’ Soccer AssistantGirls’ Soccer AssistantCheerleading, VarsityWrestling AssistantsRyan WellsJohn LearyRachel McKay*Joe Provenzano*Rick Provenzano*Jeremy Krzys*Debbie Fish*Keith Flanigan*Brian Cunningham*Girls’ Tennis HeadKenneth Keller*

WEIR HIGH SCHOOLGirls’ Basketball AssistantGirls’ Volleyball AssistantFootball Assistant9.Joseph JimboyMonica PennacchioQuinton Smith*ASSIGNMENTS -- EXTRA-CURRICULAR -- CERTIFIEDIt is recommended that the following assignments be approved, effective the 2016-17 school year:WEIR HIGH SCHOOLBandChorusStudent CouncilPlay DirectorKey ClubNHS Co-SponsorsInt. Thespians Co-SponsorsTri-Hi-YHi-YForeign Language Co-SponsorsChemistryGAAClass of 2017 Co-SponsorsClass of 2018Class of 2019Academic GamesRaymond SeifertRaymond SeifertDeborah MahoneyRaymond SeifertGail CreelRachel Bandy and Dan OwensDebbie Marino and Corey MillerStacy PorterAnthony PompaMary Ciszek and Rachel KeyserRachel BandyLaura HolbertRachel Keyser and Debbie MarinoCarrie GiletteCarrie Magnone and Sarah WalterBetty SmithDr. Kidder presented items 6, 8, & 9 and recommended approval.Marie Brancazio moved and was supported by John Manypenny that items 6, 8 & 9 be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.10.ASSIGNMENTS -- SUBSTITUTES -- CERTIFIEDIt is recommended that the following be approved as professional substitutes, effective the 201617 school year (See attached)Dr. Kidder presented item 10 and recommended approval.Michelle Chappell moved and was supported by Toni Hinerman that item 10 be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.

11.SERVICE PERSONNEL – CLASSIFIED –SUBSTITUTESIt is recommended that the following substitutes be approved, effective the 2016-2017 schoolyear:NameMary Leah ClarkAlissa AltomareStephanie RichardsStephanie SuttingerLora BaumgarnerShanna LogstonErin WoolleyHolly WinterrowdColleen CervenakIsrael SmithBonnie WilleyBeth DunlevyRachael TaylorScott MellottPaul DevoreCarey CutrightBrian SweeneySheryll HertzlerTerry ScottDella EcksteinRebecca ColaberJonathan ReitterDiana AshMelissa DirlingMelissa McIntoshRosanna GuiddyKathryn HaynesLeon SwigerRandall WaiteRichard MyersDonald Foltz, Jr.Ryan BrownGlen CorkNicholas DonahueAaron CragoPriscilla DotsonJena ideAideAideAideAideAideBus OperatorBus OperatorBus OperatorBus OperatorBus OperatorBus OperatorBus OperatorBus odianCustodianCustodianFood Truck Driver/CustodianFood Truck Driver/CustodianFood Truck Driver/CustodianSecretarySecretaryDr. Kidder presented item 11 and recommended approval.Marie Brancazio moved and was supported by John Manypenny that item 11 be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.

12.ADMINISTRATIVE RELEASE- CLASSIFIED – SUBSTITUTESIt is recommended that the following administrative releases be approved effective June 27, 2016:NameKristen CookMark CowdenEugene JonesJanet ReedPositionCookCustodianCustodianCustodianDr. Kidder presented item 12 and recommended approval.Toni Hinerman moved and was supported by Michelle Chappell that item 12 be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.B.FINANCE1.LIST OF BILLSDr. Kidder presented the list of bills and recommended approval.Toni Hinerman moved and was supported by John Manypenny that the list of bills be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.2.BANK DEPOSITORIES -- FY 2016-17The following banks are being recommended as the depositories for fiscal year 2016 - 2017.Hancock SavingsWesbancoPayroll AccountGeneral AccountDr. Kidder presented item 2 and recommended approval.John Manypenny moved and was supported by Toni Hinerman that item 2 be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.3.BUDGET SUPPLEMENTS/TRANSFERIt is recommended that the following supplements/transfers be approved:General Current ExpenseFund 11 4,144,950.00Bond ConstructionFund 31 TBASpecial RevenueFund 61 450,141.95Dr. Kidder presented item 3 and recommended approval.Toni Hinerman moved and was supported by Michelle Chappell that item 3 be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.

C.MISCELLANEOUS1.STUDENT RELEASEIt is recommended that the following student release be approved, for the 2016-17 school year:Code: BCX267Dr. Kidder presented item 1 and recommended approval.John Manypenny moved and was supported by Michelle Chappell that item 1 be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.2.AGREEMENT – CHANGE, INC.It is recommended that Hancock County Schools enter into a Memorandum of Understanding withthe Change, Inc. Lighthouse, for the 2016-2017 school year.Dr. Kidder presented item 2 and recommended approval.Marie Brancazio moved and was supported by Michelle Chappell that item 2 be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.3.AGREEMENT – CHANGE, INC.It is recommended that Hancock County Schools enter into a Memorandum of Understanding withthe Change, Inc. Table of Hope, for the 2016-2017 school year.Dr. Kidder presented item 3 and recommended approval.Marie Brancazio moved and was supported by John Manypenny that item 3 be approved.Motion Carried: Brancazio, Chappell, Hinerman, Manypenny, and Durante, President.4.REQUEST – SUMMER PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS – PROFESSIONALIt is recommended that approval be granted for the following to attend summer programs:PROFESSIONAL STAFF2016-17 SUMMER PROGRAM PARTICIPANTSPARTICIPANTSCHOOLPROGRAMDATEPAID BYWendy DeAngelisJDRCCHSTW in Louisville, KYJuly 12-16, 2016Daily Rate/HSTW GrantJoan MurrayJDRCCHSTW in Louisville, KYJuly 12-16, 2016Daily Rate/HSTW GrantItem 4 is being pulled from the agenda, the participants are not able to attend the HSTW.

D.POLICY ISSUESNoneCOMMUNICATIONSDr. Kidder stated that she had received a response back regarding a letter the Board sent in supportof the Route 2 project for the City of New Cumberland.Dr. Kidder stated that she received a letter from Attorney Cross to McKinley regarding the OGMSroof repair.Dr. Kidder stated that she had received a request from Mr. Douglas regarding a fence that boardershis property by Weir Middle School. Mr. Douglas would like to put up his own fence.Copies of the letters were given to each board member.GOOD OF THE ORDERToni Hinerman presented Mr. Durante and Mrs. Brancazio with a gift on behalf of the Board.Mr. Durante was presented with posters made from students at the elementary schools.Mr. Durante stated he is anxious to leave and he wishes the new board members the best.Mr. Campinelli asked for the new board member to come forth. Mr. Campinelli swore in Mrs.Caroll Rosenlieb and Mr. Tim Reinard as the newly elected Board Members.MEETINGSTuesday, July 5, 20165:00 p.m.Special MeetingBoard of EducationBoard Room, New CumberlandPurpose of this meeting: Reorganization of the BoardMonday, July 18, 20165:00 p.m.Regular MeetingBoard of EducationBoard Room, New CumberlandWith no further business before the board, Mr. Durante declared the meeting adjourned.Gerald Durante, PresidentDr. Kathy Kidder-Wilkerson, Secretary

Dr. Kidder stated that she received a letter from Attorney Cross to McKinley regarding the OGMS roof repair. Dr. Kidder stated that she had received a request from Mr. Douglas regarding a fence that boarders his property by Weir Middle School. Mr. Douglas would like to put up his own fenc