Board Minutes for Sept. 4, 2018

A tour of the Goshen High School was held at 6:00 p.m. for Members of the Board of Education on Tuesday, September 4, 2018.

Present:
Mr. Jason Pucci, President
Mr. Jeremy Cassel, Vice President
Mrs. Judy Green
Mr. Michael Lorenzo
Mr. Thomas Mullane
Mrs. Allison Salte
Absent:
Mrs. Martha Bogart

A regular meeting of the Members of the Board of Education of the Goshen Central School District, Orange County, New York, was held in the Board of Education Room at the Main Street School on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 immediately following the tour of the high school.

Present:
Mr. Jason Pucci, President
Mr. Jeremy Cassel, Vice President
Mrs. Judy Green
Mr. Michael Lorenzo
Mr. Thomas Mullane
Mrs. Allison Salte
Mrs. Martha Bogart

Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Daniel T. Connor
Assistant Superintendent for Business, Ms. Louise Lynch
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction, Personnel and Technology Mr. Jason Carter
Principals:
Mr. Robert McKiernan,
Dr. William Rolon,
Mr. Matthew Wentworth,
Dr. Gregory Voloshin
Assistant Principals:
Mr. Kyle Roddey,
Ms. Heather Carman
Elementary Coordinator, Mr. Henry Freedman
Director of Facilities III, Mr. James Riley
Assistant Principal/Athletic Director Mr. Matthew O’Brien
Director of PPS Mrs. Heather Hendershot
CSE Chairperson Mrs. Marlene Gaynor
Director of Transportation, Mrs. Donna Post
Network Administrator, Mr. James Sterett
Director of Personnel, Mr. Robert Siracuse
Student Senate Representative Absent
Members of the Faculty, Press and Citizens of the District

The regular meeting was called to order by President, Mr. Jason Pucci at 7:41 p.m.
Mr. Pucci led the Pledge of Allegiance followed by a moment of silent meditation remembering the families of Kathy Brogan on the loss of her husband and Rose Higgins, retired teacher aide, who passed away this past week.

On a motion by Judy Green and seconded by Allison Salte, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent, the Board of Education approves the draft of the minutes for the meeting of August 20, 2018.
AYES-6 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

The Treasurer’s Report for June 2018 was acknowledged under Financial Update.

The board received the following correspondence: Orange County Industrial Development Agency public hearing notice letter regarding Dana Distributors and various newspaper articles.

A community member thanked the Board for making the safety of students and staff a priority in entering into the 5-year agreement with the Village of Goshen to provide police coverage in all the schools. Mr. Connor mentioned that once a month, he will be meeting with Chief Watt, Sgt. Smoulcey, Mr. Carter and Mr. Riley to discuss school safety concerns. The group will discuss issues with the Board Safety Committee, which is comprised of Mr. Mullane and Mr. Cassel. The Board is highly supportive in making sure our schools continue to be safe.

A community member asked for information on the creation of the special education teacher on the consent agenda. Mr. Carter explained that over the summer, there was an increase in the population of classified students. Included in the creation of the position will be changes in personnel within the elementary schools to meet the students’ needs.

Mr. Pucci discussed the tour of the high school. Some of the changes due to the capital project construction may present some challenges for faculty and staff, which may require some patience as the project progresses. The new entryway was well thought out and planned.

The Board has received many positive comments from the community about the 5-year agreement for police coverage. Mr. Pucci reiterated that the security of students and staff is the Board’s number one priority.

Mr. Pucci is looking forward to continuing talks with the CSEA unit to settle a new contract.

Mrs. Bogart did not have a legislative update. She is Goshen’s representative in the Orange County School Board Association (OCSBA). The OCSBA has asked that each member have a spot on their agenda to report news/concerns. Mrs. Bogart mentioned that there would be an OCSBA meeting tomorrow night and she will make a report on it at our September 17 meeting.

Mr. Connor mentioned that because of the construction at the high school over the summer, the normal tour of all the school buildings had to be limited to just the high school to examine all the changes that have occurred thus far at the high school in the hour allotted for the tour. The Board is committed to touring the other buildings in the near future.

Mr. Connor thanked the many people involved with making the Opening Day for staff today a success. He asked Ms. Lynch for her perspective as a new administrator for her thoughts on Opening Day. She sensed the room had a lot of energy and it was inspiring. Ms. Lynch also found the skit by Chris Tucci and Joe Palancia creative and entertaining.

Dr. Rolon mentioned that there was a 6th grade ice cream social on August 29. The 6th graders got to meet many of the staff members. They had the chance to become acclimated to the layout of the school and to try out their lockers before their first day of school. He thanked the Board, Mr. Connor and his colleagues for coming to this well attended event. Mrs. Salte mentioned that she received many positive comments regarding Dr. Rolon personally responding to students letters written to him over the summer. Dr. Rolon noted that he was happy to do so and it allowed him to get to learn about the students through their corresponding together. Mrs. Green mentioned that students and families appreciated Dr. Rolon greeting everyone at the door while arriving to the ice cream social.

Dr. Voloshin spoke about the Kindergarten ice cream social held on August 31. He thanked the SAS PTO for all their efforts in making this event a success. Rita’s Ice provided food. Incoming Kindergarten students and their parents had the opportunity to meet their new teachers and to acclimated themselves to their classrooms during the Kindergarten Tea event. Dr. Voloshin also thanked the PTO for the new school spirit decorations.

Dr. Voloshin noted that the new kinesthetic lab at Scotchtown Avenue School is open. Staff attended a 4-hour training session today. Dr. Voloshin is looking forward to a great school year.

Mr. Connor noted that the 12-month employee picnic was well attended and a success. Due to the construction at the high school, it was held in the Board Room this year. He thanked Vas Tzouganatos for cooking for everyone.

Mr. McKiernan reminded everyone that the Freshman Barbeque would be tomorrow. Something new this year will be an “Escape the Room” challenge. The winning team will receive pizza the first week of school.

Mr. Connor mentioned that Board’s packets included two letters addressed to Sen. Gillibrand and Sen. Schumer, which discussed our application for a federal grant through the Village of Goshen Police Department, to help support of School Resource Officer Program. The letters ask for their assistance in helping us to procure the grant.

Mr. O’Brien gave a presentation on Goshen Athletics. For the fall schedule, the district had to get creative for some of our sports due to the capital project construction limiting our field use. He thanked Mr. Pucci and to the Goshen Parks and Recreation Department for the use of the fields at Craigville Park. Football has a new temporary home at C.J. Hooker Middle School for both practices and games. Mr. O’Brien thanked Mrs. Post for setting up shuttle buses for students to get to their practices and games. Cross Country’s home this fall will be at Thomas Bull Memorial Park.

Slated Homecoming events on September 28 and 29 are:
Pep Rally – 2:15 pm in the HS Gym
Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Pine Bush 4pm
Powder Puff Football 8am @ Mt. Olympus
Athletic Hall of Fame Ceremony – 11 am @ CJH
Varsity Football v. Wallkill – 1 pm
Goshen Boys Soccer Alumni Game – 4:30 pm
Homecoming Dance later that evening

New this year will be:
1. A Captains Club:

Bi-weekly meetings with the captains/leaders of our schools athletic teams
Devoted to advancing: school/community leadership, sportsmanship, school spirit and pride, community service and outreach, building inclusivity within the school building and community, Big Brother/Big Sister Mentoring Program, building relationships and social skills and promoting positive attitudes about school.

This is aligned with our mission of using athletics to “promote overall well-being, a well-rounded education and future success.”

2. A Sports Media Club:

A student-centered media club covering GHS sports and events.
Live streaming games online, create content for our website and scoreboard, stories about players, coaches and teams for the newspaper and social media, interviews before/after the game, etc.
Open to any HS student interested in a career in sports media/ broadcasting/ journalism.
Gain valuable hands-on experience to take to college and beyond.
Lead to possible internships opportunities
“Gladiator Radio”

3. Heart Screening on 11/3/18 (Saturday @ GHS gymnasium):

Cappo Health (on-site heart screenings) will provide electrocardiograms (electrical activity) AND echocardiograms (structural) to student assess students’ hearts
No out of pocket costs to the patient (insurance billed).
Results are instant in some cases, mailed within two weeks in other cases

Ms. Lynch reported that Lynn Harrison has become the temporary internal claim auditor. She is absorbing the duties within her regular workday. BOCES does offer this service should we choose to go that route in the future.

The firms who responded to the Request for Proposal (RFP) for Legal Services had very similar pricing. We will look to have a contract to approve at the next meeting.

The annual financial report (ST-3), due September 1, is complete. Ms. Lynch recognized Ann Desiglioli, district treasurer, for her work in completing it. The completion of the ST-3 nearly closes out the 2017-2018 school year finances.

The district has eleven new Ricoh copiers, which are replacing older Konica Minolta machines that have reached their useful life. The switch to Ricoh will be a cost savings to the district.

The GTA contract was printed through a new service BOCES provides. The end product looks wonderful and it is a cost savings for the district going through BOCES.

Mr. Pucci commended Ms. Lynch for all her efforts since arriving in the district.

Mr. Carter reported that on August 22 and 23 the new teacher orientation was held. According to NYSED regulations, any new teachers that have never held a full-time position must be assigned to a mentor for one full year. District expectations were discussed with the new teachers. The new recruits were presented with highly effective programs from departments such as PPS and technology.

Mr. Carter mentioned that administrators completed their required lead evaluator re-training.

On a motion by Thomas Mullane and seconded by Marta Bogart, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education approves the Consent Agenda as presented.
AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

Accept resignation: Donna Combee, food service helper, effective September 6, 2018, to accept a teacher aide position at the high school.

Accept resignation: Geoffrey Roney, special education teacher aide, effective August 27, 2018.

Approve extension of leave of absence: James Barry, custodial worker, is requesting an extension of his medical leave of absence under the Family Medical Leave Act, if eligible, effective August 18, 2018 through August 24, 2018.

Approve extension of leave of absence: Richard Besaw, custodial worker, is requesting an extension of his medical leave of absence under the Family Medical Leave Act, if eligible, effective August 25, 2018 through September 30, 2018.

Approve extension of leave of absence: Michael Tangney, physical education teacher, is requesting an extension of his medical leave of absence under the Family Medical Leave Act, if eligible, effective September 6, 2018 through September 30, 2018.

Approve unpaid leave of absence: Patricia Hartley, special education teacher aide, is requesting an unpaid leave of absence, effective September 17, 2018 through June 26, 2019 to become a substitute teacher.

Approve rescinding appointment: Ravon Carrillo, teaching assistant leave replacement, which was approved at the August 7, 2018 BOE meeting, effective September 4, 2018.

Approve creating position: special education teacher, due to the increased student IEP needs over summer 2018, effective September 1, 2018.

Approve reclassification of position: clerk typist to school secretary title in Pupil Personnel Services. This position is being reclassified to better reflect the increasing duties and responsibilities of the position.

Approve reclassification of position: typist to school secretary title in Pupil Personnel Services. This position is being reclassified to better reflect the increasing duties and responsibilities of the position.

Approve appointment: Grace Macaluso, school secretary, at a salary of $46,124 prorated (Step H* of the CSEA salary schedule, pending CSEA negotiations) effective July 11, 2018. Her position was reclassified from clerk typist to school secretary title in the Pupil Personnel Services Department, to better reflect the increasing duties and responsibilities of the position. Ms. Macaluso has taken the Civil Service Promotional Exam for School Secretary.

Approve appointment: Ionica Ackerly, teacher aide (probationary), at a salary of $13.60/hr. (pending CSEA negotiations), for 5¾ hours/day, effective September 4, 2018. In accordance with Civil Service Rules, this appointment is a probationary appointment, in effect for 52 weeks, effective September 4, 2018. Ms. Ackerly is a substitute custodial worker with the District. She is replacing Phyllis DenDanto.

Approve appointment: Carmella Moore, teacher aide leave replacement, at a salary of $13.60/hr. (pending CSEA negotiations) for 5 ¾ hrs. per day, effective September 1, 2018 to February 19, 2019, or until teacher aide returns. Ms. Moore is a substitute teacher aide with the District. She is filling the leave of absence for Ravon Carrillo.

Approve appointment: Venus Orta, food service helper (probationary), at a salary of $13.60/hr., for 3 hours per day, July 11, 2018. Her position was reclassified from typist to school secretary title in the Pupil Personnel Services Department, to better reflect the increasing duties and responsibilities of the position. Ms. Breitfeller has taken the Civil Service Promotional Exam for School Secretary.

Approve appointment: Donna Combee, teacher aide (probationary), at a salary of $13.60/hr. (pending CSEA negotiations), for 4¾ hours/day, effective September 4, 2018. In accordance with Civil Service Rules, this appointment is a probationary appointment, in effect for 52 weeks, effective September 4, 2018. Ms. Combee is a food service helper with the District. She is replacing Ellen Folkl.

Approve appointment: Patricia Breitfeller, school secretary, at a salary of $46,124 prorated (Step H* of the CSEA salary schedule, pending CSEA negotiations) effective September 4, 2018. In accordance with Civil Service Rules, this appointment is a probationary appointment, in effect for 52 weeks, effective September 4, 2018. Ms. Orta is replacing Donna Combee.

Approve appointment: Sherri Raco, temporary cook manager, at a salary of $140.52 per diem (Schedule A-Step A of the CSEA salary schedule) for 7 hours per day, effective August 28, 2018 to approximately October 1, 2018, or until cook manager returns. Ms. Raco is an assistant cook manager with the District. She has the requisite skills and aptitude for the position. Ms. Raco is filling the medical leave of absence of Michele Lattimer.

Approve appointment: Patricia Hartley, substitute teacher at a salary of $110.00/diem, as needed, effective September 17, 2018 for the 2018-2019 school year. She has Permanent Social Studies 7-12 certification. Ms. Hartley has been a substitute teacher aide with the District.

Approve appointment: Casey Besimer, substitute teacher at a salary of $110.00/diem, as needed, effective October 1, 2018 for the 2018-2019 school year. She has Initial Childhood Education 1-6 certification.

Approve appointment: Jennifer Musumeci, substitute teacher at a salary of $100.00/diem, as needed, effective September 6, 2018 for the 2018-2019 school year.

Approve appointment: Beth Dodin, substitute teacher aide, at a salary of $10.40/hr. (pending CSEA negotiations), as needed, not to exceed 29 hours per week, effective September 6, 2018.

Approve appointment: Diane Broderick, substitute food service helper, at a salary of $10.40/hr. (pending CSEA negotiations), for 3 hours per day, as needed, not to exceed 29 hours per week, effective September 6, 2018. She is a substitute custodial worker with the District.

Approve appointment: Krystal Civitano, substitute food service helper, at a salary of $10.40/hr. (pending CSEA negotiations), for 3 hours per day, as needed, not to exceed 29 hours per week, effective September 6, 2018. She is a substitute teacher aide with the District.

Approve appointment: Lucrecia Ramirez, substitute food service helper, at a salary of $10.40/hr. (pending CSEA negotiations), for 3 hours per day, as needed, not to exceed 29 hours per week, effective September 4, 2018.

Approve appointment: Darlene Curesky, substitute school bus driver, at a salary of $20.11/hr. (pending CSEA negotiations), as needed, not to exceed 29 hours per week, effective September 5, 2018.

Approve appointment: Michelle Girardi (up to 20 hours), Elizabeth Hagan (up to 20 hours), Melissa Bailey (up to 40 hours), Kendra Parchinski (up to 40 hours) and Donna Meaney (up to 40 hours), summer technology workers, at a salary of $45.97/hr., effective August 20, 2018, to perform technology upgrades and maintenance prior to the opening of schools.

Approve amend appointment: Kaitlyn Lane, from long-term leave replacement math teacher to long-term substitute math teacher, at a salary of $266.27 per diem (BA-1 on GTA salary schedule). She was incorrectly appointed at the August 20, 2018 meeting.

Approve extra compensation: Shalanda Marquez, special education teacher, at a salary of $82.07/ period, per GTA contract, effective September 1, 2018 for the 2018-2019 school year. Ms. Marquez will be assigned an additional ICT math class period every day.

Appointments: 2018-2019 Co-Curricular Stipends (listed below)

Approve Disposal of Obsolete Equipment

On a motion by Jeremy Cassel and seconded by Allison Salte, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education approves the Terms & Conditions for Evening High School of the Goshen Central School District effective July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.

AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

On a motion by Thomas Mullane and seconded by Jeremy Cassel, that based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education hereby approves the following Change Order relevant to Landscape Unlimited, Inc.’s site contract:

AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

On a motion by Martha Bogart and seconded by Allison Salte, that based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education hereby approves the following Change Order relevant to Ashley Mechanical, Inc.’s HVAC contract:

AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

On a motion by Allison Salte and seconded by Thomas Mullane that based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education hereby approves the following Change Order relevant to Grace Contracting, LLC’s general construction contract:

AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

Disposal of Obsolete Equipment

Terms & Conditions – Evening High School

Change Order – Landscape Unlimited

Change Order – Ashley Mechanical

Change Order – Grace Contracting

On a motion by Martha Bogart and seconded by Judy Green, that based upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education hereby approves the following Change Order relevant to Benard Associates, Inc.’s general construction contract:

Original BOE Approved
07/17/18 GC CO-02 Floor changes deduct ($17,645.00)
07/17/18 GC CO-03 Additional abatement work Room A105 $7,972.00

Revised
08/06/18 GC CO-02 Floor changes deduct ($17,945.00)
08/06/18 GC CO-03 Additional abatement work Room A105 $7,972.00
08/06/18 GC CO-04 Change in foundation block $0
08/06/18 GC CO-05 Room 206 replace ceiling tiles $3,288.00

AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

On a motion by Jeremy Cassel and seconded by Thomas Mullane, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education approves the budgetary transfer dated August 27, 2018, in the amount of $47,167.95, to charge 15% of both the Assistant Superintendent for Business’ and Director of Pupil Personnel Services’ salaries to a transportation administrative salary code.

(Ms. Lynch noted that an assessment of PPS services conducted by Joe Fenaughty of Educational Management Service determined that allocating portions of both salaries to transportation code would generates aid.)

AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

On a motion by Jeremy Cassel and seconded by Judy Green, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education approves the overnight trip for the Varsity Girls Soccer team to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania on September 8-9, 2018. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Board reserves the right to cancel or reschedule any school-sponsored trip or activity in the event of any emergency condition outside of the control of the School District, in its sole discretion.

AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

On a motion by Judy Green and seconded by Thomas Mullane, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education approves the District of Location contract with Greenburgh Central School District for special education services for the 2016-2017 school year. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Board of Education shall execute said contract. A copy of said contract shall be incorporated by reference within the minutes of this meeting.

(Ms. Hendershot noted that an assessment of PPS services conducted by Joe Fenaughty of Educational Management Service determined that we could have billed for a student’s at Hamptonburgh Community Residence. Moving forward, the district will bill for such services.)

AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

On a motion by Jeremy Cassel and seconded by Allison Salte, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education awards the regular school year contract for 2018-2019 Special Education Transportation, effective September 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019, for transportation of Goshen Central School District special education students to Green Chimneys, New York School for the Deaf, Center for Spectrum Services Kingston, Rockland BOCES Hilltop & Link Elementary, Rockland BOCES Riverview High School, AHRC/Jean Black School, Rockland BOCES Sloatsburg Elementary, and Athletics contracted busing; to Orange Ulster BOCES in accordance with Orange Ulster BOCES bid with Quality Bus Services LLC, in an amount not to exceed $290,000. In as much as the 2018-2019 contracts have not yet been produced by Orange Ulster BOCES, the Board of Education authorizes the Board of Education President and Superintendent to execute the transportation contract with Orange Ulster BOCES when the contracts become available.

AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

Change Order – Benard Associates, Inc.

Budgetary Transfer – Payroll Codes

Trip – Varsity Girls Soccer to Lancaster, PA

District of Location Agreement – Greenburgh CSD

OU BOCES – Transportation Contracts

On a motion by Allison Salte and seconded by Jeremy Cassel, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education approves the appointment of Thomas Mullane as the District’s voting delegate and Jeremy Cassel as alternate voting delegate for New York State School Boards Association Annual Convention.

AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

On a motion by Allison Salte and seconded by Judy Green, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the Board of Education hereby declare the following copiers as surplus equipment, to be disposed of in the least costly manner:

Location Model Serial#
Bus Garage 364E A61F011006370
Main Street – Registration 25E-A4 DD136120131016
Main Street- Business 364E A61F011004055
Main Street-Kitchen C654E A2X1017005358
Main Street – Supt. C35 120V A121011011729
CJH – Main 364E A61F011001310
CJH – Teachers Rm PRO 951 A4EW011004083
GHS – Main 754E A55V017002260
GIS -Main Office 362 A11U011000380
GIS – Atrium C451 A00K010014893
GS – Café BH25E DD136120180003
SAS – Main 224E A61H011004147
SAS – Comp Lab C454e A5C0011013933

AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

The Board acknowledged the donation of a mural by Deanna Giattino. It depicts George Washington with his troops. Her father painted it. Ms. Giattino’s brother was a principal and it hung in his school until his passing. The mural will be hung at Scotchtown Avenue School.

Mr. Pucci opened the second Privilege of the Floor.

An audience member inquired about the purpose of sports fundraisers. Mr. Pucci explained that the monies raised help pay for tournaments, food for athletes and team scholarships. The community member asked if the district approves the fundraisers. He felt that some venues might not be appropriate. Mr. Pucci noted that if the fundraising goes through district accounts, the district approves the fundraisers. There are also sports fundraisers that are coordinated by parent organizations, which raise money for athletes. The money raised by these groups are not comingled with district funds. The district does not control these fundraisers.

The community member asked who was paying for the girls’ soccer trip to Lancaster. Mr. O’Brien responded that transportation was being provided by the district. Parents will incur hotel accommodations.

It was asked whether total student enrollment and class sizes for the new school year were available. Mr. Carter responded that this information would be available for the next meeting, as students are continuing to be registered prior to the start of school on Thursday.

There were no Board Member issues.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:36 p.m. on a motion by Thomas Mullane and seconded by Martha Bogart.
AYES-7 NAYS-0 Motion carried.

Mr. Pucci thanked everyone for attending.

Respectfully submitted,

Maureen Farrell
District Clerk

Donation – Mural

Privilege of the Floor

Board Member Issues

Meeting Adjourned

 

Appointments: 2018-2019 Co-Curricular Stipends

 

Goshen High School:

Club: Advisor: Step Stipend
Senior Class Advisors Katharine Gonzalez D1.5 $5,473.00
Robert Karchawer D1.5 $5,473.00
Junior Class Advisors Brittany Lobdell C1.0 $3,275.00
Lisa Bellotto C1.0 $3,275.00
Sophomore Class Advisors Sarah Barquero D1.0 $3,649.00
Kacie DeNoyelles B1.0 $2,891.00
Freshman Class Advisors Joseph Condello D1.0 $3,649.00
Marie Jane Panzer D1.0 $3,649.00
Academic League Advisors Elizabeth Joseph D.5 $1,824.00
Brenda Megello D.5 $1,824.00
Coding Club Jonathan Redeker A.8 $2,024.00
Cultural Diversity Advisor Louise Giardina D.5 $1,824.00
Drama Club Advisor Hugh Mackay D1.1 $4,013.00
Kristen Lloyd D1.1 $4,013.00
Dungeons & Dragons Club Jeri Krish D.4 $1,459.00
End of the Year Event Coordinator Robert Karchawer D1.5 $5,473.00
End of the Year Coordinator Karen Beilman D1.5 $5,473.00
Environmental Club Advisor Joseph Condello A.4 $1,156.00
GHS Theater Group Jack Schnipper D.5 $1,824.00
Green Team Advisor Patricia McCaffrey-Bjorke D.8 $2,919.00
H/S Musicals – Director Maryann Lloyd D1.8 $6,567.00
H/S Musicals – Assistant Director Kristen Lloyd D1.0 $3,649.00
Hugh Mackay D1.0 $3,649.00
Hope Club Katherine Shaffer B.5 $1,445.00
Interact Club Advisor Beth Laskoski D.8 $2,919.00
LGBTQ Club Advisor Eleanor Knieriemen C.8 $2,620.00
Lyn Abrams C.8 $2,620.00
Leo Club Advisor Lisa Bellotto D1.0 $3,649.00
Math Team Advisor Heidi Lawrence D1.0 $3,649.00
Mock Trial Advisor Robert Karchawer D1.5 $5,473.00
Model UN James Polanis D1.0 $3,649.00
Musical Accompanist Maryann Lloyd D.8 $2,919.00
Musical Accompanist-concerts Maryann Lloyd D1.4 $5,108.00
National Honor Society Amy Quinn D1.0 $3,649.00
National Honor Society-Assistant Jennifer Viscardo D.5 $1,824.00
Odyssey of the Mind Beth Laskoski D.8        $2,929.00
Olympics of the Visual Arts Christopher Tucci D.6 $2,189.00
Ruth Roebuck D.6 $2,189.00
PB & J Advisor Jeri Krish A.5 $1,265.00
  Claire Polanis A.5 $1,265.00
School Safety Ambassador TBD A.8 $2,024.00
SAT Coordinator TBD A.8 $2,024.00
School Newspaper Evelyn Schneider B.5 $1,445.00
Ski Club Advisor James McLoughlin D.8 $2,919.00
Sports Media TBD A1.0 $2,531.00
Stage Band Advisor Kimberly Longo D.8 $2,919.00
Stage Manager – Part-time Christopher Tucci D.8 $2,919.00
Joseph Fedor D.8 $2,919.00
Stage Managers – Spring Musical Christopher Tucci D.5 $1,824.00
Joseph Fedor D1.0 $3,649.00
Student Activities Advisors Christopher Tucci D.6 $2,189.00
Student Senate Advisor Julia Chiarot D1.0 $3,649.00
Student Co-Advisor Jason Miedema A1.0 $2,531.00
Varsity Club Michael Kelly D.6 $2,189.00
Eric Harris A.6 $1,518.00
Video Club Advisor Christopher Tucci D.5 $1,824.00
World Language Honor Society Claire Polanis D1 $3,649.00
Yearbook Advisors Christopher Tucci D1.5 $5,473.00
Marie Jane Panzer D1.5 $5,473.00
Young Progressives Marie Jane Panzer A.8 $2,024.00
Young Republicans Daniel Van Cura A.8 $2,024.00

 

Goshen Intermediate School:

Club: Advisor: Step Stipend
GIS School Newspaper Patricia Antisin D.8  $2,919.00
Jazz Band William Greene A.1.0  $2,531.00
Odyssey of the Mind Cathy Kloorfain D.8  $2,919.00
Odyssey of the Mind – Volunteer Suela Marku N/A  $      N/A
Odyssey of the Mind – Volunteer Brooke Price Aclin N/A  $      N/A
Youth Ending Hunger Kelly Ducham C.8  $2,620.00

 

C.J. Hooker Middle School:

6th Gr Fitness & Activities Josh Dornfest D.4  $     1,459.00
6th Gr Fitness & Activities Margaret Storms D.4  $     1,459.00
7th & 8th Gr Sports Club Donna Guarnieri D.4  $     1,459.00
Afterschool Program Fabien Riviere (shared 1.0 with Marquez) D.5  $     1,824.50
Afterschool Program Shalanda Marquez A.5  $     1,265.00
Art Club Amber Brown B.6  $     1,734.00
Artistic Creations Julie Saltzberg A.4  $     1,012.00
Astronomy Club Michael Lamonica D.6  $     2,189.00
Bowling Club Anthony Monti & Mike Toscano (split A.4) A.2  $        506.00
Bowling Club Anthony Monti & Mike Toscano (split A.4) A.2  $        506.00
Computer Club Melissa Bailey B.6  $     1,734.00
Culinary Club Maggie Hughes D.6  $     2,189.00
Culinary Club Elan Caruso D.6  $     2,189.00
Diversity Leadership Shalanda Marquez C.6  $     1,965.00
Drama Club Kate Loftus D1.0  $     3,649.00
Drama Club Pam Murphy D1.0  $     3,649.00
Environmental Club Meredith Molinaro D.8  $     2,919.00
French Club Fabien Riviere D.8  $     2,919.00
Garden Club Jan VanHage D.5  $     1,824.00
Harmony Club Pam Murphy B.6  $     1,734.00
Homework Club Gr 6 Patty Capocciamo D1.0  $     3,649.00
Homework Club Gr 7 Elena Jordon (split 1.0 with S. Joyce) B.5  $     1,445.50
Homework Club Gr 7 Stephen Joyce (split 1.0 with E. Jordon) B.5  $     1,445.50
Homework Club Gr 8 Rebecca Haskel D1.0  $     3,649.00
Jazz Band Ellen Dickinson D1.0  $     3,649.00
Jazz Band Asst Director Barton Schindler D1.0  $     3,649.00
Leo Club Diane Villegas C1.0  $     3,275.00
Let’s Get Organized Kristy Leva C.8  $     2,620.00
Math Team Advisor Valerie Natt D.6  $     2,189.00
Musical Lighting Rebecca Haskel D.6  $     2,189.00
Musical Set Construction Michael Calabrese A1.0  $     2,531.00
Musical Sound William Green D.4  $     1,459.00
National Jr Honor Society Fabien Riviere D1.0  $     3,649.00
Newspaper Valerie Natt (C.4) (split.8 position) C.4  $     1,310.00
Newspaper Amie Walter (A.4) (split 0.8 position) A.4  $     1,012.00
Olympics Visual Arts C. Pahucki (A1.0 shared) A.5  $     1,265.00
Olympics Visual Arts Amber Brown (A1.0 shared) A.5  $     1,265.00
Peer Mediation Jen Blake D.5  $     1,824.00
Peer Mediation Lisa Brent B.5  $     1,445.00
Peer Mediation Mike Toscano B.5  $     1,445.00
School Store Patricia Boles (split 1.0 with A. Smith) D.4  $     1,459.00
School Store Alissa Smith (split 1.0 with P. Boles) A.6  $     1,518.00
Science Forum Marissa Kennedy C.6  $     1,965.00
Science Olympiad Becky DenDanto D1.0  $     3,649.00
Science Olympiad Laura Muller D1.0  $     3,649.00
Science Olympiad Warren Young (split 1.0 with C. Pahucki) D.5  $     1,824.50
Science Olympiad Christina Pahucki (split 1.0 with W. Young) A.5  $     1,265.00
Ski Club Rebecca Haskel D.8  $     2,919.00
Ski Club Michael Lamonica D.8  $     2,919.00
Student Government Nadina Alarcon (split 1.0 with S. Joyce) B.5  $     1,445.50
Student Government Stephen Joyce (split 1.0 with N. Alarcon) B.5  $     1,445.50
Video Yearbook Gr  8 Chrissy Pahucki D.5  $     1,824.00
Walking Club Margaret O’Donnell C.4  $     1,310.00
Yearbook Elan Caruso (split 1.0 with E. Caruso) D.5  $     1,824.50
Yearbook Mary Adams (split 1.0 with E. Caruso) D.5  $     1,824.50