NORTHAMPTON AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT
"THE MORNING AFTER"
A Capsule of the Board of Education's Deliberations and Actions
Regular Board Meeting of September 15, 2003
The Board approved the following:
÷ Professional status and tenure for the following
teachers: High School - Nadine
Rupp; George Wolf - Jennifer
McGlynn; Borough - Mary Celia, Bruce
Rolles, and Eileen
Vandegrift; Middle School - Sara
Raub and Chad Smith.
Resignation of Andrew
Simock from his position of Social Studies Teacher at the Senior High School,
effective August 30, 2003.
of Terri Rapp, Hall Monitor at
the Senior High
School, effective August 30, 2003.
Additions and deletions
to the Substitute List, effective September 16, 2003.
Unpaid Family Medical
Leave for Jennifer Haley, beginning on or about February 4, 2004.
Ms. Haley anticipates her return to the classroom on or about May 3,
2004. This leave is in accordance
with the Family Medical Leave Policy.
Unpaid Family Medical Leave for Michael Moser, Custodian at the Middle
School, beginning September 8, 2003. He
anticipates his return on or about September 22, 2003.
This leave is in accordance with the Family Medical Leave Policy.
Roster of Community Education Instructors for the 2003-04 school year.
transfer of Cheryl Newton, Social Studies Teacher at the Senior High School to
Social Studies Teacher at the Middle School, retroactive to September 2, 2003.
Gregory Schwartz as a TPE Social Studies Teacher at the Senior High School,
effective September 2, 2003. His
salary will be $37,500.00, with benefits and is based on a BA Degree and Step 1
Year 1 of the current Salary Schedule.
Shannon Tyburczy as a TPE Social Studies Teacher at the Senior High School,
effective September 2, 2003. Her
salary will be $40,500.00, with benefits and is based on an MA Degree and Step 1
Year 1 of the current Salary Schedule.
Maranki as a Cafeteria Monitor in the Borough, effective upon receipt of Act 151
clearance. His salary will
temporarily be $5.82/hour and will be adjusted upon approval of the Collective
Bargaining Agreement. No benefits
will be provided.
contract with the Northampton Area Education Support Association for the term
July 1, 2003 through June 30, 2007.
with Denise Rader to serve as Community Relations Coordinator effective October
1, 2003 through June 30, 2007 at an annual base salary for 2003-04 of
Contract with Stacy Gober
to continue serving as the Districtĺs Business Administrator/Board Secretary
effective July 1, 2004 through June 30, 2008.
Assignments to the Mentor/Inductee listing, effective for the 2003-2004 school
Schwartz Social Studies
Tyburczy Social Studies
Julia Kline (re-assign) $972.00
List of staff and their compensation for After-School Detention and
After-School Activity Bus at the Senior High and Middle School for the 2003-04
school year. Compensation for
teachers is the non-instructional rate as outlined in the collective bargaining
agreement; support staff is based on their 2002-03 rate and will be adjusted
upon approval of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. No additional benefits will be provided.
Ruzicka to accompany approximately 50 Drama Club students on the New York City
Broadway Tour field trip March 12-14, 2004 at a cost to the district not to
rates for the 2003-2004 school year, effective July 1, 2003: Instructors -
$90.00 for the first 20 days and $100.00 thereafter; secretaries - $8.25/hour;
instructional assistants - $6.25/hour; lunchroom and hall monitors - $5.75/hour;
and, substitute custodians - $9.26/hour.
Extra-curricular positions and compensations for the 2003-04 school year:
Bernard Partridge, Chess Club Advisor $1,467.00
Sterling Ritter, German Club Advisor $
Kristin Spradlin, German Club Advisor $
of Dan Rempp and Julia Kline in the 2004 German American Partnership Program and
to accompany our students to Germany for their exchange
visit. Total cost to the district
for the total program not to exceed $2,500.00.
of Pam Hoffner and two students from Student Council at the PSBA Student
Delegate Program in Hershey, PA on October 22, 23 & 24, 2003 at a total cost
to the district not to exceed $1,455.00.
Attendance of Nancy
Wilkin at the Pennsylvania Science Teachers Association Conference in Hershey,
PA on December 4 and 5, 2003at a maximum cost to district of $425.00.
Attendance of Gail Wolfel,
Carol Ritter and Stacy Gober as NASD voting delegates at the PASA/PSBA
Conference for School Leadership in Hershey, PA October 21-24, 2003 at an
estimated cost of $2,512.00.
Revised Art Curricula for
Grades K through 8.
Curriculum for Grades K through 6.
Submission of PlanCon
Part H: Project Financing for the G.O. Bonds Series 1999 and 2000 for the Lehigh
2003-04 Ala Carte prices
for the Cafeteria Program.
Bills for Payment.
Authorization for the
administration to prepare and solicit a ôRequest for Proposal for Foodservice
Managementö for the School District.
District Goals 2003-2007.
Revised Northampton Area
School District Act 48 Plan.
Appointment of Carol
Ritter, Gail Wolfel, and Stacy Gober as the Board representatives to serve as
the Northampton Area School District voting delegates to the PSBA conference in
Hershey, October 2003.
Donation of laboratory
glassware by Minerals Technologies, Inc. in Easton, PA to the Science Dept. of
Northampton Area School
District Organizational Chart.