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  YORK SUBURBAN SCHOOL BOARD
Regular Monthly Meeting
August 17, 2015 - 7:00 PM
Ronald H. Provard Education Center


An Executive Session was held prior to the meeting at 6:30 PM.

   
M I N U T E S
(approved on September 21, 2015)

  1. General Business 

    Call to Order
     - Mr. Miller 
    1. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag  

      Mr. Miller called the meeting to order with the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
    2. Roll Call  

      Members present - Emily Bates, Jennifer Clancy, Ellen Freireich, Lynne Leopold-Sharp, Roger Miller, John Posenau, Lois Ann Schroeder, Joel Sears, Cathy Shaffer, Elizabeth Huh (Student Representative)

      Members not present - none
    3. Public Comment  

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.
    4. Discussion and Action on Board Minutes. Approval of the Minutes of the Combined Planning Committee and Regular Monthly Meeting of July 20, 2015 and the Special Meeting and Planning Committee Meeting of August 3, 2015. [Public Comment; Approval as submitted/corrected]

      Mr. Miller reported above and the minutes were approved as submitted.
  2. Treasurer's Report - Mr. Posenau  [Consent Agenda:  Would any Board member like any of these items considered separately or are there any questions on any of these items?  If not, the chair moves approval of the below-mentioned items; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

    Motion, Posenau, Second, Freireich; Approval of the Treasurer's Report.

    An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

    Roll Call Vote, all present yes. Motion carried 9-0. 

    Approval of Financial Reports as of July 31, 2015 [File for audit]
    1. Treasurer's Report (All Funds)
    2. Condensed Board Summary Report - General Fund Revenue
    3. Condensed III Board Summary Report - General Fund Expenditures Report
    4. Condensed III Board Summary Report - Capital Projects, Capital Reserve, Food Service 
    5. Fund Accounting Check Summary Report - General Fund, Food Service, Capital Projects
    6. Student Activity Account Summary
  3. Board President's Report - Mr. Miller
    1. Executive Session.  The Board met in Executive Session on July 20, 2015 following the Combined Planning Committee and Regular Monthly Meeting, on August 3, 2015 prior to the Special Meeting and Planning Committee Meeting and prior to this evening's meeting for the purpose of discussing personnel and/or legal issues.

      Mr. Miller reported above.
    2. Mr. Miller asked if any Board member plans to attend the PSBA Leadership Conference in October. Mrs. Freireich and Ms. Shaffer planned to attend. Mr. Miller asked if any additional Board members plan to attend, please notify Dr. Merkle.
  4. Superintendent's Report - Dr. Merkle 
    1. Student Enrollment Report  

      Dr. Merkle reported above. At this time, we still have 40 students to register. We experienced a growth of 16 students in 6th grade in two weeks and anticipate an additional two students scheduled for registration. Class size management mechanisms have been established to maintain class size guidelines.

      A discussion continued and points were - students enrolled in August and withdraw before October 1 - Dr. Merkle responded that we do have some students that have been in YS and do not report a departure over the summer and in the future we could track students that withdraw during this time period for additional information.
    2. Report on Opening Day - Dr. Merkle will report on the first teacher day.

      Dr. Merkle provided a summary of opening day. The video, "In Praise of American Educators", that was shared with the teachers this morning was shown at this time. The state rankings from the 
      Pittsburgh Business Times for school districts (K-12) was shared with the Board - Honor  Roll Rank was 14 and Overachiever Rank was 18. The Administrators were recognized as a whole and received a standing ovation from the staff. Dr. Merkle apologized for not formally recognizing the Board members in attendance this morning.
    3. Report on Early Learning Partnership - Dr. Merkle will provide an update on the opening of the program.

      Dr. Merkle provided an update on above. Approximately 170 families have enrolled their children in the program. Partnership meetings will continue throughout the year. It is a valuable program for the District.

      A discussion continued and points were - pre-school numbers are 17 at Yorkshire and 13 at Valley View; three classrooms will be used in each building for the early learning program.
    4. Report on Advanced Placement Scores & Keystone Results - Dr. Ellis will provide an overview of the assessment results.

      Dr Ellis provided above.

      A discussion took place and points were - assessment of assessments in a global perspective was explained by Dr. Ellis, YS does well on assessments because the curriculum is aligned, the faculty and students are driven, assessments can be a detriment to some districts.

      The Board applauded Dr. Ellis and the whole staff for their dedication to the students.
    5. The Administration recommends board approval of the revision to job title from Administrative Assistant for Accounting to Accountant. The position was previously titled Accountant, and after further thought prompted by a Board member, it is more in keeping with industry standard.  [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

      Motion, Bates, Second, Shaffer; Approval of above.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
    6. Presentation of Organizational Chart - Dr. Merkle will present the revised Organizational Chart.

      Dr. Merkle reviewed above. The Administrative Assistant for Communication position will be added to the chart.

      A discussion continued and points were - having names on the chart is generally not part of an organizational chart, although a supplemental chart with names could be prepared for Board members; Board of Directors should replace Board of Education.

      Dr. Merkle concluded the discussion stating the organizational chart will be revised and brought back to the Board.
    7. Presentation of Tagline - Dr. Merkle will present the new YS logo and tagline and how it will be used. 

      Dr. Merkle reported the process of selecting a tagline and presented the tagline to the Board.

      A discussion took place and points were - other mottos that will continue to be used include We are YS, Be YS Well, Be YS Proud and Student's Needs are our Driving Force. Building Our Future...One Student at a Time is being reviewed in the current Comprehensive Plan process. No discouragement in use of mottos exists; Moxie was the outside marketing firm; the selection of the tagline began at the Administrative Rally in June.
    8. As per Board policy 915, the Administration recommends that the York Suburban School Board sanction the following organizations for the 2015-16 school year:

      All-Sports Booster Club
      Music Boosters
      East York Elementary PTO
      Indian Rock Elementary PTO
      Middle School PSO
      Valley View Elementary PTO
      Yorkshire Elementary PTO

      The Administration will work with each organization to ensure that all obligations set forth in Policy 915 are met in timely fashion.  [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

      Motion, Leopold-Sharp, Second, Schroeder; Approval of above.

      A discussion continued and points were - there were no organizations that did not meet requirements; Post Prom is not an organization with this type of classification; Post Prom does not use the District's tax ID number.

      Dr. Merkle concluded the discussion stating that she will do further review of policy regarding classification of Post Prom and report back to the Board.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment.

      Dick Grau, 2401 Cambridge Road - when students arrived last year, teachers were cheering on the students down through the halls, will that happen this year?

      Dr. Merkle responded that type of enthusiasm occured on opening day for teachers last year with students and community members cheering on the teachers. The Administrators decided to do this every couple years rather than every year.

      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
  5. Business Office Report - Ms. Mason 
    1. The Administration recommends approval of the 2015-16 Bus Routes and Bus/Van Drivers.  [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

      Ms. Mason reviewed above.

      Motion, Posenau, Second, Schroeder; Approval of above.

      A discussion took place and points were - no link to information was provided and there was a link last year.

      Ms. Mason apologized for not having this information available and reported this action can be tabled to another meeting.

      The motion was withdrawn by Posenau and Schroeder.
    2. The Administration recommends the Board approve the following contracts for the High School Auxiliary Gym:  General Contractor - MCA in the amount of $259,000; and Electrical Contractor - McCarty & Son in the amount of $95,672 for a total bid of $354,672.  [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]  Data Support 

      Ms. Mason reviewed above.

      Motion, Freireich, Second, Shaffer; Approval of above.

      A lengthy discussion took place and points were - floor damage was reported at the June Facilities Committee meeting at the estimated replacement cost of $70,000 for the project, the Board has a fiduciary responsibility and the project  is now at this magnitude of cost, suggest we reevaluate the project along with a financing plan and possibly some of the major items could be paid by the boosters or capital projects; Administration responded the finance plan is capital projects as most is structural; Administration responded where we stand with other projects and that ultimately something will suffer due to limited amount of funds, the floor project must be done now, also considering pursuing another feasibility study as the recent one has inadequate information; proposed timeline for work on this project is to be completed by the beginning of November; if this project is postponed, square footage for teaching would be lost with the room being closed for the year; this is a large project and a lot of money at the last minute, if we were to delay and go back out for bids at a later date and give firms more time with the process, would this be a more competitive process?; the Administration responded that they believe it is a timing of the jobs not the bid process timeline; this project was discussed at two Facilities Committee meetings.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment.

      Dick Grau, 2401 Cambridge Road - this is a significant amount of money proposed to be spent, does the project need to be done this year?

      The discussion continued - support of the project was expressed; surprised with timeline of information; Administration noted if the project work starts in a week, it should not have impact on physical education classes in main gym since there is a separate hallway between areas; Administration is just beginning coversation on feasibility study and should have additional information available at the October meeting, the feasibility study and capital projects list would be channeled through Facilities Committee; this is an antiquated place in the building, struggle with time frame and bid process.

      Mr. Miller stated this will be a tough vote and asked for a vote.

      Roll Call Vote - Clancy-yes; Schroeder-yes; Shaffer-yes; Bates-yes; Posenau-Yes;Miller-no; Sears-no; Leopold-Sharp-no. Motion carried 6-3.

      Mr. Miller asked for additional discussion on alternates.

      Ms. Mason read through the alternates.

      Mr. Miller asked for the Administration recommendation.

      Dr. Merkle stated alternates 1 through 6 and 9 and provided reasoning for this recommendation. 

      Mr. Miller asked for discussion.

      A discussion continued - why haven't we heard about the antiquated sound system before if it has been deteriorating for years?; the Administration does have a level of frustration with the feasibility study because projects like the sound system were not included and another concern is the prioritization in the previous feasibility study; the wrestling mat hoist would be very helpful and would provide additional storage for physical education and custodial departments, the wrestling mats along with the divider curtain could be used for some physical education instruction for resistence training for students, without having the wrestling mats hoisted up and stored in this area, volleyball could be played, basketball would be difficult to play and tennis could not be played.

      Mr. Miller shared the following information on each alternate at the request of a Board member.

      Alternate 1 - install new sound system 

      Alternate 2 - four basketball backboards and motorized hoist

      Alternate 3 - install two batting cages suspended from roof structure; the Board would like to reconsider this alternate

      Alternate 4 - install one divider curtain; this alternate is accepted

      Alternate 5 - install new drinking fountain; this alternate is not accepted at this time and could be done in-house

      Alternate 6 (A-2 per General Contractor Bid and E-2 per Electrical Bid) - install wrestling mat with motorized hoist

      Motion Bates, Second Shaffer; Acceptance of Alternate A-2 as per the Bid and corresonding E-2

      Alternate 7 - provide ten golf mat pads; this alternate is not accepted

      Alternate 8 - install ten pull-up bars and install peg board; this alternate is not accepted

      Alternate 9 - paint roof ceiling; this alternate has been accepted

      Mr. Miller asked for any discussion on the motion to accept alternate 6 (Alternate A-2 as per the Bid and corresonding E-2 at a total cost of $16,718) and points were - concern with the cost in this time frame.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

      Roll Call Vote, Posenau-yes; Clancy-no; Bates-yes; Freireich-yes; Schroeder-yes; Shaffer-yes; Miller-no; Sears-no; Leopold-Sharp-no. Motion carried 5-4.

      Following discussion on Alternate 3 - batting cages, the Board decided for the Administration to add this alternate. 
    3. The Administration recommends the Board approve the three year Focus Subscriber License Agreement with Eidex at an annual cost of $5,746.  [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

      Ms. Mason reviewed above.

      Motion, Leopold-Sharp; Second, Sears; Approval of above and per the contract the cost for an individual license is $250 per user.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
    4. The Administration recommends the approval of a reimbursement agreement with Hildebrandt Learning Centers, LLC, for playground equipment, installation of the playground equipment, safety mats and installation of the same in the following amounts:
      1. $30,049.24 for playground equipment purchased by Hildebrandt from General Recreation, Inc., pursuant to Costars Contract 14.
      2. $7,333.34 from Willow Playworks for playground equipment installation.
      3. $9,431.09 for Durolawn Mats purchased from Nature's Instruments.
      4. $1,600.00 for installation of the Duralawn mats by Willow Playworks.

        The reimbursement agreement is made pursuant to the proposal from Hildebrandt Learning Centers, LLC, for pre-school services and the amounts due will be paid over a 24 month period at a monthly cost of $2,017.23.  [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

        Ms. Mason reviewed above.

        Motion, Clancy, Second, Posenau; Approval of above.

        A discussion continued and points were - the $30,000 for playground equipment is certified preschool playground structures, motion playhouse structures, one at each building, Valley View and Yorkshire; at Valley View, the structure will be placed in a fenced in area and in a courtyard at Yorkshire; the structures do have easy maintenance; the equipment will be made available to the public at Valley View and a decision will need to be made at Yorkshire about availability to the public since it is located in the courtyard; this will be cost neutral.

        An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

        Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.
    5. PA-Educator.net Clearinghouse 2015-2016 Contract of Service.  The Administration recommends approval of the renewal of the PA-Educator.net Clearinghouse 2015-2016 Contract of Service for a twelve-month period, July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, in the amount of $2,137 for access to the online clearinghouse of Pennsylvania professional and non-certificated individuals to recruit candidates for employment.  [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

      Ms. Mason reviewed above.

      Motion, Sears, Second, Shaffer; Approval of above.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.

      Dr. Merkle reported last year, the Administration came to the Board in September with this contract. The Administration worked through the summer to get this information sooner but the company does not issue contracts any sooner.

    6. Informational:
      1. Facilities Projects Update

        Mr. Girling provided an update on facilities projects. Lining started today on the track. The following projects are complete - high school secure entrance, Indian Rock roof, high school facade pressure washing, high school masonry work, East York sewer pipeline and Valley View sprinkle system. There is some concrete work remaining at the high school.
      2. Donation from Olson Orthodontics in the amount of $1,000 for the Middle School for Positive Behavior Cards. 

        Ms. Mason reported above.
  6. Student Board Representative Report - Miss Huh

    Miss Huh reported the Link Crew has been contacting students this week. All of the students are excited to go back to school. Sports try outs and practices have been occuring this week. The Student Council has begun planning the miniTHON this year.
  7. Committee Reports - Mr. Miller
    1. Communication Committee Report - Mrs. Schroeder

      The 
      Communications Report is provided.

      Mrs. Schroeder reported above. The next meeting is scheduled September 1.
    2. Personnel Committee Report - Ms. Shaffer 

      Consent Agenda  [You have before you the Personnel Report which includes retirement,
      resignation, employment, transfer, substitute teachers, guest teachers and volunteer coach. Would any board member like any of these items considered separately or are there any questions on any of these items? If not, the chair moves approval of the below-mentioned items; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

      Motion, Shaffer, Second, Bates; Approval of consent agenda items and the addendum for the Personnel Committee Report.

      An opportunity was provided for public comment. There was none at this time.

      Roll Call Vote, all present, yes. Motion carried 9-0.

      Dr. Merkle introduced Laura Gordon and Alex Rosenkrantz, in attendance this evening.

      1. Retirement

        Recommend Board approval of the retirement of Sandra Keeley, Custodian, effective December 31, 2015.  Ms. Keeley is retiring after having served 30 years with York Suburban School District.
      2. Resignation
        1. Recommend Board approval of the resignation of Marissa Caldwell, full-time substitute half-day English teacher at the high school, effective August 9, 2015.
        2. Recommend Board approval of the resignation of Dennis Hulslander, Co-Assistant Football Coach #3, effective July 30, 2015.
        3. Recommend Board approval of the resignation of Kathy Pavoncello, Middle School Color Guard Director, effective August 6, 2015.
        4. Recommend Board approval of the resignation of Jody Sayre, Reading Aide at Indian Rock Elementary, effective August 9, 2015.
        5. Recommend Board approval of the resignation of Kimberly Swindle, Reading Aide at East York Elementary, effective July 31, 2015.
      3. Employment
        1. Recommend the employment of Katie King as Assistant Girls Soccer Coach #1 at the salary of $2,400 which represents Step 1 of the Extracurricular Salary Schedule.
        2. Recommend the employment of Laura Meerbach as Assistant Field Hockey Coach #1 at the salary of $2,400 which represents Step 1 of the Extracurricular Salary Schedule.
        3. Recommend the employment of Alexander Rosenkrans as a full-time substitute music teacher at East York Elementary and Yorkshire Elementary, effective August 17, 2015 through January 12, 2016 (salary pro-rated based on employment and Step 1 of the Bachelors Degree Schedule).
      4. Transfer
        1. Recommend the transfer of Robert Haynes, custodian, from a level 3 position to a Level 2 position at the hourly rate of $14.62, effective August 3, 2015.  Mr. Haynes will also be a lead custodian at the stipend of $200 per year (to be pro-rated based on an effective date of August 3, 2015).  Mr. Haynes was incorrectly approved at the hourly rate of $14.35 at the July 20, 2015 Board Meeting.

      5. Substitute Teachers  

        REGINA

        ADAMS

        CHARLES

        MANN

        JEANNE

        ADDISON

        BRADLEY

        MARCH

        AMY

        AHLBRANDT

        KAY

        MATTHEWS

        ELIZABETH

        ARZT

        DANA

        MCGURK

        HEATHER

        BEAVERS

        CRYSTAL

        MILLER

        SILVIA

        BENSON

        JANE

        MISNER

        S. LOUISE

        BETTERMAN

        MATTHEW

        MUEHLEISEN

        WESLEY

        BLYMIRE

        JENNIFER

        MUMMERT

        CHERYL

        BOWMAN

        DAPHNE

        OHL

        PATRICIA

        BRAME

        ELISE

        OLSEN

        ANN

        BROOKS

        ROBBY

        PANTELLAS

        AMY

        CHAPMAN

        MIRIAM

        PRESLEY

        REBECCA

        CHESTER

        SUSAN

        PUGLESE

        JOELLE

        CURRIER

        STEPHANY

        REIHART

        SUSANN

        DECOWSKY

        MARK

        RHINE

        JULIA

        DUNN

        PATRICIA

        RINKEVICH

        R. MICHAEL

        DUTTERA

        SUSAN

        RUBY

        THOMAS

        FOLEY

        MARIA

        SABATINO

        MICHAEL

        FROCK

        MARJORIE

        SCHAFFER

        KELLEY

        GOODYEAR

        JULIE

        SCHULTZ

        SANDRA

        GROVE

        DANIELLE

        SHAFFER

        ABBEY

        GUTEKUNST

        TARA

        SHULTZ

        KATHI

        HAMMELS

        BRIANNA

        SITES

        TRACEY

        HANEGRAAF

        DARRYL

        SMELTZER

        CAROLYN

        HARTMAN

        AMY

        SMITH

        RHADA

        HARTMANN

        CATRIONA

        SMITH

        JACQUILINE

        HILL

        EMILY

        SUNDAY

        ELIZABETH

        HOWIE

        GREGORY

        TOMEVI

        NANCY

        HUTTEL

        PANAGIOTA

        TSIPANITIS

        LEIF

        JOHNSON

        ANGELA

        TSOUKALOS

        SARAH

        JOHNSON

        BRYAN

        TUER

        MICHAEL

        KILLION

        KRISTA

        VANZANARDI

        KAYLYN

        KNAPKE

        TRACEY

        WAGNER

        MEGAN

        KOTZMAN

        GRETCHEN

        WILLIAMS

        KAYLA

        KREBS

        MICHELLE

        WILLIAMS

        AMANDA

        LAIRD

        REBECCA

        WINAND

        COLLEEN

        LAWRENCE

        STACEY

        WINTER

        CHRISTINE

        LEIK

        AMY

        WRITER

        TOWANDA

        LEMON-MCKIE

        ELIZABETH

        YEARSLEY

        KIMBERLY

        LEVAN

        LAUREN

        ZORTMAN

        LISA

        LEWIS

         

         

      6. Guest Teachers

        KATHLEEN

        BARNHART

        DIANE

        BEEGLE

        DAISY

        BRANIN

        MARGARET

        BROWN

        LORI

        CARDONE

        KIMERLY

        DAVIS

        BETSY

        DUNKEL

        EDWARD

        FOX

        JAMES

        GILES

        KATHLEEN

        HALL

        SUSAN

        HUTH

        JANE

        JOHNSON

        SUSAN

        KREVETSKI

        MARGUERITA

        MANN

        ELIZABETH

        MIALKI

        HILLARY

        NELSON

        ANGELA

        PESSOGNELLI

        KIMBERLY

        SHAFFER

        LINDA

        SLENKER

        JOHN

        SORENSON

        JUDY

        STEWART

        JAN

        TRATTNER

        MICHAEL

        WILLIAMS

        SAMANTHA

        ZEIDERS

        CARABETH

        ZORTMAN

      7. Volunteer Coach

        Justin Krebs

        Cross Country

         
    3. Additional Committee Reports  

      Mrs. Freireich reported the Facilities Committee will meet on August 19 at the Middle School cafeteria.
  8. Lincoln Intermediate Unit Board Report - Mr. Sears

    The 
    "...by Dawn's Early Light", highlights of the LIU Board meeting of August 4, is provided.

    Mr. Sears reported above.
  9. PSBA Legislative Policy Liaison - Mr. Sears

    Selection of PSBA Officers  [Motion; Discussion; Public Comment; Roll Call Vote]

    Mr. Sears reported above. The Board's vote for President-Elect and Vice President needs to be registered by September 28. Voting will take place in September.
  10. York Adams Academy Report - Mrs. Freireich

    Mrs. Freireich reported in-service was held today and students will be in later this week. 
  11. York Area Tax Bureau Report - Ms. Mason

    No report
  12. York County School of Technology - Mrs. Schroeder

    Mrs. Schroeder reported the first day for students is August 25. They will be fully staffed and ready to go.
  13. Recognition of Visitors  

    Mr. Miller commented the Board's appreciation for the members of the community that attend our meetings.
  14. Board Meeting and Committee Schedule 

    Mr. Miller reviewed above. 
  15. Public Comment  

    An opportunity was provided for pubic comment. There was none at this time.
  16.  Adjournment  

    Meeting adjourned at 8:49 PM.



    AN EXECUTIVE SESSION WILL BE HELD IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE MEETING.

    An Executive Session was held.


    ADDENDUM

     

    TO:                 Members of the York Suburban School Board
     

    FROM:           Michele A. Merkle, Ed.D, Superintendent
     

    DATE:            August 17, 2015
     

    SUBJECT:    Addendum to the Agenda for the Regular Monthly Board Meeting of August 17, 2015 

     

      

    B.  Personnel Committee Report - Ms. Shaffer

     

             3.  Employment

               d.

    Name:

    Laura Gordon

     

     

    Education:

    Dallastown Area Senior High School, Diploma; Towson University, B.S. in Mass

     

    Communications; Millersville University, M.Ed. in Elementary Education

     

     

    Certification:

    ESL Program Specialist (Pending)

     

    Elementary K-6

     

     

    Contract:

    Temporary Professional Contract

     

     

    Salary:

    $65,000 – Step 1 – MS. + 15

     

     

    Assignment:

    ESL – Yorkshire Elementary

     

     

    Effective:

    2015-2016 (Pending certification)

     

             e.  Recommend employment of Rebecca Deal as a Reading Aide at East York Elementary School at the hourly rate of $10.50, effective August 17, 2015, pending employment documents.

                f.    Recommend employment of Jennifer Gaidos as a full-time substitute half-day English teacher at the high school for Alyce Keene, effective for the 2015-2016 school year (salary pro-rated based on employment and Step 1 of the Bachelors Degree Schedule), pending employment documents.

                g.  Recommend employment of Amy Slagel as an Instructional Support Aide at Indian Rock Elementary at the hourly rate of $10.50, effective August 19, 2015, pending employment documents.

                h.  Recommend employment of Caitlin Westenberger as a Reading Aide at Indian Rock Elementary at the hourly rate of $10.50, effective August 19, 2015, pending employment documents.

                i.  Recommend employment of Tracey Smith as a Substitute Instructional Support and Reading Aide effective August 19, 2015 at the hourly rate of $9.55.

          8.  Building Re-Assignment for 2015-2016

    Name

    2014-2015 Building Assignment

    2015-2016 Building Assignment

    Wolschleger, Susan

    East York/Yorkshire

    High School/Middle School/East York

     
         9.  Band Volunteer for 2015-2016

               
    Alexandra Jennings

 

     

The York Suburban School District is an Equal Opportunity Education Institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religious creed, ancestry, sex, age, marital status or handicap, in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Action of 1964, Title IX of the Education Act Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation of the Handicapped Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, in its activities, educational and vocational programs and in its recruitment and employment practices. Inquiries concerning the application of Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, the ADA and the implementing regulations may be referred to the Superintendent, 1800 Hollywood Drive, York, PA 17403, telephone (717) 885-1210.