April 20, 2006 minutes
KEYSTONE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
School Board Meeting Minutes
The Keystone Central School District Board of School Directors held its regular meeting at
Central Mountain Middle School. President Jack Peters called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. Mr.
Peters announced that the Board held an executive session prior to tonight’s meeting from 6:30 p.m. to
7:20 p.m. to discuss personnel and negotiation items.
Others present were: Superintendent, Donald Wills; Director of Pupil Services, Steven Kreger;
Director of Special Education, Judith Petruzzi; Director of Federal Programs, Kelly Hastings; Board
Secretary, Paul LaRocque; Board Treasurer, Neal McGonigal; administrative staff, media and the
Mrs. Nicholas moved, seconded by Mr. Brooks, to approve the following:
Minutes of the Work Session of the Keystone Central School District Board of Directors held
March 9, 2006 at the Central Mountain Middle School as presented in Exhibit Minutes –1.
Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Keystone Central School District Board of Directors held
on March 16, 2006, at the Central Mountain Middle School as presented in Exhibit Minutes – 2.
Motion carried 9 to 0. HEARING OF VISITORS
Residents Earl Dowling, John Myers and Arlene Parker spoke regarding arming of school police
Mr. Peters, President of the Board, read the following statement:
“On Friday, April 7, 2006, the Lock Haven Express printed a confidential document with
personnel related issues that had been distributed to board members and was to be kept confidential. One board member gave the document to The Express and the document was printed. Earlier, the Board of Education passed Board Policy 011, Board Governance Standards/Code of Conduct. The eight members of the Board and Superintendent will not condone such activity by a single board member and wish to uphold the Standard Code of Conduct passed by this board. The Board members and Superintendent wish the public to know we have attempted to work to gain public trust and will continue to do so; therefore, the eight members and Superintendent want the public to know the action was by a single board member and is unacceptable conduct and will not be tolerated by the Board should any future breech of confidence be violated. This should dispel any rumor that the Superintendent distributed the document.”
Mr. Farrelly moved, seconded by Mrs. Nicholas, the authorization of the administration to
develop policy and procedures for four current Keystone Central School District Resource Officers to carry firearms.
With a Roll Call vote, the motion failed 6 to 3.
Policy #137.1, Extracurricular Participation by Home Education Students. This is the first
reading. Exhibit Policy Information – 1.
Policy #140.1, Extracurricular Participation by Charter/Cyber Charter Students. This is the first
reading. Exhibit Policy Information – 2. BUSINESS
Mr. Snyder moved, seconded by Mr. Trout to approve the following business items:
Bills for payment in the amount of $2,518,034.75 with the Secretary authorized to complete the
necessary checks for payment. Exhibit Business – 1.
The proposed Central Intermediate Unit General Operating Budget in the amount of
$1,343,306.00 for the 2006-2007 school year. Exhibit Business – 2.
Service proposals from the three local vendors for removal of municipal waste as listed from
July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007 at a cost of $40,644.56. Exhibit Business – 3.
Approve a Dual Enrollment Agreement between Pennsylvania Highlands Community College
and Keystone Central School District. Motion carried 9 to 0. Information
Receipt of PDE approval for PlanCon K “Project Refinancing.” Exhibit Business Information – 1. Approval of the LERTA Application. Exhibit Business Information – 2. March Treasurer’s Report. Exhibit Business Information – 3.
Mr. Kelly moved, seconded by Mrs. Nicholas, to approve the following property items:
A preventive maintenance agreement on the compressor equipment (XHP30SE and DXRF100)
at Central Mountain High School for one visit during the 2005-2006 school year at a cost of $600.00 per visit plus travel charge. Exhibit Property – 1.
Authorize the administration to establish a clear deed for the Environmental Center.
An agreement with Larson Design Group, Inc. to provide engineering design services to replace
the domestic hot water heating systems for Central Mountain Middle School and Central Mountain High School. Exhibit Property – 3.
Gwin Dobson and Foreman to complete a site survey for Mill Hall Elementary at a base bid of
Moved by Mr. Kelly, seconded by Mr. Shafer, to approve the proceeds from the future sale of
Painter/Hansen Field to be designated for construction of PE/Multipurpose Field at Central Mountain High School. Mr. Kelly called for the question, seconded by Mr. Snyder. Motion to call for the question passed 6 to 3 with Mr. Farrelly, Mrs. Nicholas, Mr. Brooks dissenting.
With a Roll Call vote, the original motion passed 5 to 4.
Mr. Snyder introduced a motion, seconded by Mr. Shafer, to allow the administration to accept
bids for the appraisal of the Environmental Center. Mr. Trout moved, seconded by Mrs. Nicholas, to
table the motion. The motion was tabled by a vote of 8 – 1 with Mr. Kelly dissenting.
Mr. Trout moved, seconded by Mrs. Nicholas, to accept the retirement of Audrey Shadle
custodian at Central Mountain High School, with 15 years of service, effective August 1, 2006. Motion passed 9 – 0.
Mr. Trout moved, seconded by Mr. Kelly, to approve the following:
New bus drivers for the 2005-2006 school year. All necessary clearances and paperwork
are on file in the transportation office.
Donald L. Robinson
Substitutes to be added to the support substitutes’ lists:
Employment of Michael Bryerton
as housekeeper at Central Mountain Middle School,
effective April 20, 2006, at a starting salary of $7.90 per hour. Position is result of Raymond Reeder bidding into another position
Denial of Uncompensated Leave for Jody Meredith
for March 3, 2006
Denial of Uncompensated Leave for Lucille Peck
for March 20, 2006.
Uncompensated days for Janet Miller
for February 28, March 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, and 15,
Uncompensated day for Sandra L. Gensib
for May 16, 2006.
Uncompensated Leave for Vickie Hanley
for May 16, 2006.
Uncompensated Leave for Raymond Reeder
for March 15, 2006.
Transfer Gail Bolopue
from food service at Robb Elementary School to food service, head
cook, including cashier duties (computer) at Mill Hall Elementary School, 6.5 hours per day, effective the 2006-2007 school year. Position is result of Janet Crawford’s retirement.
Transfer Dawn Bechdel
from food service at Central Mountain High School to food service,
including cashier duties (computer), 6.0 hours per day at Robb Elementary School. Position is result of Gail Bolopue being displaced. PROFESSIONAL
Mr. Trout moved, seconded by Mr. Johnson, to approve the following
Resignation of Richard L. Phillips
, Instructor of Precision Machine Technology at the Career
and Technical School, effective March 31, 2006.
Employment of Brian Hanna
as a long-term substitute English teacher, effective March 23,
2006, Bachelor’s Step 1, to be prorated. Position is result of Chris Hausammann accepting a coaching position.
Employment of Danielle Smith
as a long-term substitute Science teacher, effective March 23,
2006, Bachelor’s Step 1, to be prorated. Position is result of Cathy Yorks accepting a coaching position.
Employment of Keith Killinger
as a long-term substitute Mathematics teacher, effective March
23, 2006, Bachelor’s Step 1, to be prorated. Position is result of Tina Killinger accepting a coaching position.
Employment of Cathy Ladika
as a long-term substitute Special Education teacher, effective
March 24, 2006, Bachelor’s Step 1, to be prorated. Position is result of Allison Allen accepting a coaching position.
Childbearing Leave for Jennifer Reibson
, PPT/AERS/SPRANS/Abstinence teacher under the
Family and Medical Leave Act beginning April 6, 1006, and ending May 9, 2006.
Childbearing Leave for Niki Mitchell
, kindergarten teacher at Liberty-Curtin Elementary
School beginning May 21, 2006, and ending the last day of the 2005-2006 school year.
Sabbatical Leaves for the following professional staff:
Lynne Anne Ransom – 2006-2007 school year
John Glantz – second semester of the 2006-2007 school year
Mary Coploff – second semester of the 2006-2007 school year
Approve the following professional substitute teachers:
Richard Shoemaker (CTC only)
Mr. Trout moved, seconded by Mr. Kelly, to approve the employment of Blake Bergey as
Coordinator of Technology beginning April 24, 2006, at a salary of $53,000 with all other benefits
according to the non-instructional agreement. Motion carried 9 to 0.
Mr. Trout moved, seconded by Mr. Shafer, to approve the realignment of elementary principals
for the 2006-2007 school year as follows:
Mr. Snyder moved to table the resolution seconded by Mrs. Nicholas. Motion to table passed
7 – 2 with Mr. Kelly and Mr. Farrelly dissenting.
Mr. Trout moved, seconded by Mr. Brooks, to approve the corrected Coordinator of
Technology job description as shown in exhibit Personnel – 21.
Motion passed 9 to 0. ATHLETICS
Mr. Shafer moved, seconded by Mr. Snyder, to approve the following recommendations:
Approve the resignation of William Corter
as assistant junior high football coach for Central
Approve the resignation of Mark Temons
as head co-ed swim team coach at Central Mountain
Middle School, effective March 16, 2006.
Approve the resignation of Samuel “Nick” Arnone
as junior high wrestling coach at Central
Mountain Middle School, effective March 13, 2006.
Approve the resignation of Bradley Potasiewicz
as junior high assistant boys soccer coach at
Central Mountain Middle School, effective March 10, 2006.
Approve the resignation of Timothy Gill
as game manager for Central Mountain High School,
effective the end of the 2006 spring sport season, May 18, 2006.
Approve the resignation of David Peters
as head junior high football coach at Central Mountain
Middle School, effective March 14, 2006. Motion passed 9 – 0.
Mr. Shafer moved, seconded by Mr. Kelly, to approve Justin G. Packer
as an Intramural
Instructor for the volleyball program at Central Mountain Middle School. Motion passed 9 –0.
Mr. Shafer moved, seconded by Mr. Kelly, to approve Justin G. Packer
as a volunteer for the
girls volleyball program at Central Mountain High School.
Approve David VanHorn
as a volunteer for the Central Mountain softball program.
Approve Daniel Kunes
as a volunteer for the junior high softball at Central Mountain Middle
Motion passed 9 – 0. CURRICULUM
Mr. Farrelly moved, seconded by Mr. Brooks, to approve the 2006-2011 Curriculum Council
Plan. Motion passed 9 – 0. STUDENTS
Mr. Brooks moved, seconded by Mr. Farrelly, to approve:
The expulsion of a Central Mountain High School student, Case Number #16572 for a Level VI
violation of Keystone Central School District Policy #227. The parent and student have waived their right to a hearing and have agreed to the stipulation of the charges.
That Central Mountain High School to host the 2007 District Chorus Festival.
Exhibit Students – 2.
Motion passed 9 – 0.
CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
Mr. Brooks moved, seconded by Mr. Trout, to approve the conferences and workshops as
presented in Exhibit Conferences and Workshops – 1. Motion carried 6 – 3 with Mrs. Nicholas, Mr.
Johnson, and Mr. Brooks dissenting.
Mr. Peters commented that work on the new sign at Central Mountain High School is
progressing and that it looks nice. SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT
Dr. Wills thanked the staff, students, and parents of students who participated in the IU #10
Reading Competition at Central Mountain High School. He stated it was great to see the gymnasium packed for an academic event.
Dr. Wills also thanked those who assisted with the school bus accident at Liberty-Curtin School,
in particular, bus driver Alan Eckenroad.
Regarding ACT 72, Dr. Wills commented how the act has changed the lives of all involved in
education as school districts are being forced to take a good look at operations. He explained how ACT 72 works and where taxpayers stand. Dr. Wills said the district has accomplished what it set out to do with the 2006-2007 proposed budget, which is to protect direct instruction.
Dr. Wills reported on the district’s Strategic Plan. He encouraged everyone to read the articles
on the web site that are related to Strategic Planning.
Mrs. Nicholas moved, seconded by Mr. Trout, to adjourn the meeting at 8:25 p.m.
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