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BEDMINSTER BOARD OF EDUCATION
REGULAR MEETING - MINUTES
NOVEMBER 17, 2011
The Regular Meeting of the Board of Education of the Township of Bedminster was held on November 17, 2011 at the Bedminster Township School. Board Secretary, Philip J. Acosta, called the meeting to order at 6:30 P.M. and announced that in compliance with the “Open Public Meeting Act of the State of New Jersey” adequate notice of this meeting of the Board of Education of the Township of Bedminster was provided in the following manner: On May 24, 2011, adequate written notice of this meeting was: a. Posted at the bulletin board in the Township Clerk’s Office at the Bedminster Township Municipal Building and the main office of the Bedminster Township School; b. Mailed to the Courier News, the Bernardsville News, and to all subscribers; and c. Filed with the Township Clerk.
Also present were Dr. Andrew Rinko, Superintendent and Philip J. Acosta, School Business
Administrator/Board Secretary.

Pledge of Allegiance
President Casella led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Roll Call
Members

Michael Allegra (arrived at 7:35 PM) Julie Dr. Jason Anagnostis
Emily Caspersen
Judy Creelman
Brian Haggerty
Caitlyn Parker
Louis Casella Jr.
Board Vacancy Interviews
Mr. Casella thanked the (4) candidates that applied for the unexpired term on the Board of
Education. The candidates in attendance were; Ms. Deborah Weiss, Mr. Jeff Reaves, Ms. Monica
Burch, and Mr. Venkat Patla. Mr. Casella explained the interview process the Board would
utilize.
Each candidate was asked a series of questions by the members of the Board of Education. At the
conclusion of the interviews, Mr. Casella stated the Board would go into Executive Session to
discuss each of the candidates. After leaving Executive Session, the Board would nominate and
cast votes for the candidate nominated by the Board.
BEDMINSTER BOARD OF EDUCATION
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NOVEMBER 17, 2011
Executive Session
The following resolution was introduced by Mr. Allegra, seconded by Ms. Parker and
unanimously adopted by the following roll call vote: Yes: Allegra, Anagnostis, Caspersen,
Creelman, Cunningham,, Haggerty, Parker, Casella; No: None; Abstain: None (Yes – 7; No – 0;
Abstentions – 0).
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Education of the Township of Bedminster that an Executive Session be called to discuss legal/personnel and personnel/negotiations; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that said Executive Session shall be held on November 17, 2011 at 8:37 P.M.; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that if action of the Board of Education is necessary as a result of such private discussion, a disclosure to the public shall be made at the time of such action; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that if no action is required by the Board of Education as a result of such private discussion, a disclosure to the public shall be made at the time of such action; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the disclosure to the public in all events shall be made at the earliest possible public meeting following said private session.
The Board adjourned to Executive Session at 8:37 P.M.
Moved by Mr. Allegra, seconded by Caitlyn Parker with all in favor the meeting adjourned
Executive Session at 9:40 P.M.
Appointment of New Board of Education Member
The following motion was moved by Mr. Allegra, seconded by Dr. Anagnostis, and unanimously
approved by the following roll call vote that the Bedminster Township Board of Education appoint
Mr. Jeff Reaves to fill the unexpired term on the Bedminster Township Board of Education which
will expire in April 2012. Roll call: Yes: Allegra, Anagnostis, Caspersen, Creelman, Haggerty,
Parker, Casella; No: None; Abstain: None (Yes – 7; No – 0; Abstentions – 0).
Swearing in of New Board of Education Member
1. Mr. Reaves was sworn in by the Board Secretary, Philip J. Acosta
* Mr. Reaves took his seat on the Board.

Presentations
1. Nursing Services Plan – Dr. Rinko presented the Nursing Services Plan for the 2011-2012
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Review
1.
Final 2011-2012 Annual Board Goals – Reviewed by Dr. Rinko Discussion
1. Fence
Update - Mr. Acosta updated the Board on the status of a 5-foot chain link fence. The PTO has agreed to donate up to $5,000 towards the purchase. Organization / Superintendent Search – Dr. Rinko contacted two firms and received their proposals The Board previously contacted NJ School Boards. Mr. Casella appointed a committee (Dr. Anagnostis, Mrs. Caspersen, Mrs. Parker and Mr. Casella). They are scheduled to meet on Monday, November 21, 2011. The committee work on the following;
Correspondence - None
H.I.B. Tracking – Cases #018, 025, 026, 027, 028, 029– Dr. Rinko noted a decrease in the
number of cases.
Public Questions/Comments

Committee Assignments
Standing Committees
• Facilities and Finance – Brian Haggerty – the committee met on November 14, 2011 and discussed the following; fencing, 2010-2011 audit, maintenance/capital projects and budget planning. • Program and Personnel – Jason Anagnostis – the committee met last week and discussed; Board goals, K-2 Math implementation, 3-5 Math curriculum, Curriculum mapping in the Spring of 2012.
Task Groups
• Negotiations Committee – Lou Casella mentioned the status of Mr. Acosta’s contract. The Support Staff’s has approved their contract will it will be on the December 22, 2011 agenda for approval. BEA Meeting – future dates are being discussed. • Somerset Hills School District – Julie Goetz – No report.
Delegate/Representative Appointments

• Somerset County School Boards Association – Caitlyn Parker – No report. BEDMINSTER BOARD OF EDUCATION
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• New Jersey School Boards Association – Judy Creelman – No report. The next meeting is Saturday, November 19, 2011. Mr. Haggerty mentioned the recent passing of Representative Peter Biondi. • Clarence Dillon Public Library – Andrew Rinko – The meeting was Monday, November 14, 2011. They discussed installing solar panels on the roof and in the parking lot. • Somerset County Municipal Alliance – Julie Goetz - No report. • PTO Liaison – Emily Caspersen – The PTO approved $5,000 for the fence. They received a $7,000 donation from the Bedminster Charities Golf Classic. The Book Fair generated $2,500 net profit from book fair: The PTO decided to take $1,500 in cash and will take $1,000 in book credits (which will be doubled by Scholastic). So, the school will get $2,000 in book credits. The PTO has provided teachers with curriculum materials. • Child Care – Caitlyn Parker – Met with the Parent Advisory Committee. Mr. Acosta mentioned the State Inspector was in on Monday, November 14, 2011 and was concerned with some space issues. She is expected to return later this week. Classroom # 284 is now being used to accommodate the aftercare students. • Township Liaison –Brian Haggerty – No report. Minutes
Moved by Ms. Creelman, seconded by Mr. Haggerty and approved by the following roll call vote
that the Bedminster Board of Education approve the following;

Minutes of the Executive Session held on October 20, 2011 -
Yes: Allegra, Caspersen, Creelman, Haggerty, Parker, Casella; No: None; Abstain: Anagnostis,
Reaves (Yes – 6; No – 0; Abstentions – 2).
Minutes of the Regular Session held on October 20, 2011 -
Yes: Allegra, Anagnostis, Caspersen, Creelman, Cunningham, Haggerty, Parker, Casella;
No: None; Abstain: Reaves: None (Yes – 7; No – 0; Abstentions – 1).
Report of the Administration
Report of the School Business Administrator/Board Secretary -
Mr. Acosta presented motions
#1-4 for approval on November 17, 2011.

Report of the Superintendent -
Dr. Rinko presented motions #5–27A for approval on November
17, 2011.
Action Items
Moved by Dr. Anagnostis, seconded by Mr. Haggerty and approved by the following roll call vote
that the Bedminster Board of Education approve the following Motions #1-27A.
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Resolutions #1-8 - Yes: Allegra, Anagnostis, Caspersen, Creelman, Haggerty, Parker, Casella No: None, Abstain: Reaves; (Yes – 7; No – 0, Abstentions – 1). Resolution #9 - Yes: Allegra, Anagnostis, Creelman, Haggerty, Parker, Casella No: None, Abstain: Caspersen, Reaves; (Yes – 6; No – 0, Abstentions – 2). Resolutions #10-27A - Yes: Allegra, Anagnostis, Caspersen, Creelman, Haggerty, Parker, Casella No: None, Abstain: Reaves; (Yes – 7; No – 0, Abstentions – 1). School Business Administrator’s Agenda
Financial
November 2011 Invoices - General Agency Account
1. Move that the invoices presented for payment from the General Agency Account from October 21, 2011 through November 9, 2011 be approved. Invoices – Student Activities Account
2. Move that the invoices presented for payment from the Student Activities account from October 14, 2011 through November 8, 2011 be approved. Invoices – Food Program Account
3. Move that the invoices presented for payment from the Food Program account from October 15, 2011 through November 8, 2011 be approved. Line Item Transfers
4. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the line item transfers, as per attached, October 22, 2011 through November 9, 2011. Alliance for Competitive Telecommunications (ACT)
5. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the participation in the Alliance for Competitive Telecommunications (ACT) with the Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission (MRESC) and the New Jersey Association of School Business Officials (NJASBO) for the period July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2017. BEDMINSTER BOARD OF EDUCATION
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Participate in the NJ Sustainable Schools Project
6. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the participation in the NJ Sustainable Schools Project for the period. Whereas Bedminster Township School District is a participant of the Alliance for
Competitive Energy Services program (ACES)
Whereas the Bedminster Township School District seeks to participate in the 3-year NJ
Sustainable Schools research project that proposes to determine if sustainability is the answer
to academic and financial success of NJ Schools
Whereas the district commits to providing a team to attend the yearly 4-day Green Schools
Leadership (GSLI) summer program, it will send a new team every year for the three years of
the program
Whereas the district commits that the teams will produce a Green Strategic Plan, Mission
Statement, Action Steps/Lesson Plans and Resources that will be posted online at the GLSI
website
Whereas the district commits that each team will implement the Green Strategic Plan during
the school year and provide online interim reports regarding the status of the implementation
Whereas the district commits that all teams will participate in the green online professional
learning community
Whereas the district commits the participation of a School Board Member in the GSLI, and
their involvement in the three-year process
Whereas the district commits district team participation throughout the 3-year grant period
Whereas the district commits that a 5-member team – Superintendent or Assistant
Superintendent, School Board Member, Facilities Director, Principal, Teachers (5 constant
members attend the GSLI summer program) will participate in the GSLI Institute
Whereas the district commits to provide district/school data before, during, and after the
project
Therefore it is resolved that Bedminster Township School District agrees to participate in and
adhere to the guidelines of the three-year Sustainable Schools Research Project. Continued
participation in the three-year Sustainable Schools Research Project will be subject to annual
approval by the board of education.
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Ms. Parker questioned if there were any additional expenses for our participation in the
program. Dr. Rinko said there would be some expenses for the 10-month employees to
participate over the summer months. Mr. Acosta said it is not certain our district would be
selected. If we are selected, we can elect to not participate. Also, we can choose to not
participate at the beginning of each of the subsequent two years.

Superintendent’s Agenda

Dr. Rinko mentioned the spaghetti dinner on Friday night for the 8th grade class. He also
mentioned the performance on Saturday night at the SHSD Performing Arts Center including
opera singer, Bedminster and Bernardsville students and Josh Copeland's choir.

District

Nursing Services Plan
7. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the Nursing Services Plan for the 2011-2012 school year, as recommended by the Superintendent. Board of Education Goals
8. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education adopt the 2011-2012 Annual Board of Education Goals, as recommended by the Superintendent. As amended.
Speech/Language Specialist

9. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve Wendy Schlosser, Speech
and Language Specialist to provide home therapy services for one student with special needs
at a rate of $140 per 45 minute session, a maximum of 12 sessions, as recommended by the
Superintendent.
Mr. Haggerty asked if the rate was typical for the services being provided and should we cap
the total amount. Dr. Rinko suggested amending the resolution.

Personnel
Leave of Absence
10. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve a maternity leave for Tiffany Salvato to begin on or about February 6, 2012 through June 30, 2012, as
recommended by the Superintendent.
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11. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve a maternity leave for Kelly
Lovejoy to begin on or about February 24, 2012 through June 30, 2012, as recommended by
the Superintendent.
Academic Support Instructors
12. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the following teachers as Academic Support Instructors for the 2011-2012 school year, at a rate of $42 per hour, as
recommended by the Superintendent:
Not to exceed total Title 1 Part A
Stipend Positions
13. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the Odyssey of the Mind stipend position for $1,450, subject to negotiations, as recommended by the Superintendent.
14. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve Patricia Pillon for the
Odyssey of the Mind stipend position for $1,450, subject to negotiations, for the 2011-2012
school year, as recommended by the Superintendent.
15. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the following staff for stipend positions for the 2011-2012 school year, as recommended by the Superintendent:

James Ayers
Teodor Biletski
James Puglia
Non-paid volunteer Assistant
$0
Boys
Basketball
Coach
In-State Workshops
16. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve Nancy DiCarlo to attend the
Rutgers 44th Annual Reading and Writing Conference at the Double Tree Hotel in Somerset, NJ on March 16, 2012 at a cost of $175, plus mileage, as recommended by the Superintendent. BEDMINSTER BOARD OF EDUCATION
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17. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve Patricia Pillon to attend the
21st Annual NJ Association for Gifted Children Conference in Somerset, NJ on March 9, 2012 at a cost of $189 plus mileage, as recommended by the Superintendent. 18. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the following staff to attend TECHSPO 2012, in Atlantic City, NJ on January 26, 27, 2012, funded entirely through NCLB Title IIA, Professional Development-Technology, as recommended by the Superintendent. Name Registration
Total $3,321
Course Approval
19. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the following course requests for Jamie Greifenberger, as recommended by the Superintendent:
Language Development, Literacy & Reasoning for Elementary Teaching II Credits: 3 Cost to District: Not to exceed the prevailing per credit rate at Rutgers University. Credits: 2 Cost to District: Not to exceed the prevailing per credit rate at Rutgers University. Field Trips
20. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the MD Class field trip to the Division of Solid Waste Management in Somerville, NJ on December 1, 2011, as recommended by the Superintendent. BEDMINSTER BOARD OF EDUCATION
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21. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the MD Class field trip to The Frelinghuysen Arboretum in Morristown, NJ and the Whippany Diner in Whippany, NJ on December 8, 2011, as recommended by the Superintendent.
22. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the Grade 5 Class field trip
to the Vanderveer House in Bedminster, NJ on December 1, 2011, as recommended by the Superintendent. 23. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the Grade 6 Class field trip to the Morris Museum in Morristown, NJ on May 15, 2012, as recommended by the Superintendent. 24. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve the Grade 5 Class field trip to Native Lands in Lake Hiawatha, NJ on June 1, 2012, as recommended by the Superintendent. 25. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education convene to closed session at 6:30 p.m. on December 22, 2011, as recommended by the Superintendent. Board action may follow. ADDENDUM
Personnel
Staff Appointment

26A. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve Melissa Deegan as a
Teacher of Students with Disabilities for the 2011-2012 school year, at the annual salary
of $48,090, Step 2/BA subject to negotiations, effective November 15, 2011 through June
30, 2012, as recommended by the Superintendent.

27A. Move that the Bedminster Township Board of Education approve George Petrie as an
Assistant Boys Basketball Coach for the 2011-2012 school year, at a stipend amount of
$1,767.00, as recommended by the Superintendent.

Public Questions/Comments
A parent from Bedminster commended the Board for the use of the Fundations program, a phonics
and spelling program for the general education classroom,
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Adjournment
Moved by Mr. Haggerty, seconded by Ms. Creelman with all in favor, the meeting adjourned
Regular Session at 11:20 P.M.
Respectfully

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