SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT

BLACK HORSE PIKE REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
580 Erial Road, Blackwood, NJ  08012

SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT TO THE BOARD
Dr. Brian Repici, Superintendent

ACTION ITEMS

VOLUME 2017-1                                                                                                           JANUARY 19, 2017



A.   PERSONNEL


1.  Co-curriculum Appointments

The Superintendent recommends the persons shown on SCHEDULE A be appointed to the listed co-curriculum
positions at the stipends shown for the 2016-2017 school year and are paid for time served in the positions.  
Approval is recommended.
 

 

2.  Resolution for Emergency Hiring             Nothing to Report  

We are now required to submit each month to the County Education Office a list of persons we have hired
that have shown on SCHEDULE B that lists those persons and the positions to which they have been appointed.


3.   Appointment Per Diem Substitute Staff 

The persons listed on SCHEDULE C are recommended for employment as per diem substitute staff for the
2016-2017 school year, pending completion of all pre-employment requirements.  Certificates held and
compensation rates are also shown.  Approval is recommended.
 


4.  Approval Professional Development/School Business Requests

The Superintendent recommends approval of the Professional Development/School Business
requests shown on SCHEDULE D.  Details of these requests and costs to the district are shown
on the schedule.
 

 

5.  Rescind Student Teacher


The Superintendent recommends the following Rowan University student teacher 
 assignment to be rescinded.

 
Student Teacher:         Cody Fauver
Dates:                          January 18, 2017 to May 8, 2017
Supervised by:             Kim Loring
School:                        Highland Regional High School
Subject:                       Math


6.  Approval PT Clinical Internship

Approve Ms. Danielle Griscom, a student physical therapist from Rutgers University, to 
complete her clinical internship within the BHPRSD under the supervision of an employee 
from Rehab Connection which is currently contracted with the district. 

7.  Approval:  Payment for Contracted Services
           
The Superintendent recommends approval of the payment for contracted services of activities 
for Triton Marching Band.  Details are shown on SCHEDULE H.  
 


8.   Appointment: Title IA ELL Tutors
 
The Superintendent recommends the appointment of Title IA ELL Tutors for the 2016-2017 
school year. Details are shown on SCHEDULE I.
 



9.  Approval Student Teacher/Student Nurse

The Superintendent recommends permission be granted for the following Eastern University
student to serve his Student Teacher Assignment for the 2016-2017 school year.

              Student Teacher:                   Mason O’Donnell*
              Dates:                                    January 20, 2017 to April 27, 2017
              Supervised by:                      Tom Gratton     
              School:                                  Highland Regional High School
              Subject:                                 Math
              *Pending completion of all paperwork.

The Superintendent recommends permission be granted for the following Rutgers University
student to serve her School Nurse Practicum assignment for the 2016-2017 school year.

               Student Nurse:                     Jeanine Oxenberg, RN
               Dates:                                   January 19, 2017 to May 25, 2017
               Supervised by:                      Monica Coslove, RN, BSN, SNSC 
               School:                                 Timber Creek Regional High School
               Subject:                                School Nursing


10.  Approval Resignation

L. Williams (0650), bus driver, has submitted a letter of resignation, to be effective on 
January 9, 2017.  The Superintendent recommends acceptance of the resignation.


    
11.  Approval Retirement

T. Storer (2698), Vice Principal at Highland High School has submitted a letter to the Board 
of Education indicating he will retire July 1, 2017.  Mr. Storer has been an employee 
of the district for thirty seven years. The Superintendent recommends acceptance of this
resignation, for the purpose of retirement, with regret.

B. Bartley (7544), Cafeteria worker at Highland High School has submitted a letter to the Board 
of Education indicating she will retire July 1, 2017.  Ms. Bartley has been an employee 
of the district for sixteen years. The Superintendent recommends acceptance of this
resignation, for the purpose of retirement, with regret.



12.  Approval: Job Description

 The Superintendent recommends Board of Education approval for the following Job Description:
Television & Broadcasting Production Advisor. Details are shown on SCHEDULE L.
 


13. Approval Family Leave of Absence

The Superintendent recommends Board of Education approval for the following Family Leave
of Absences:

Employee

Building

Reason

Dates

0862

Highland

Maternity/FMLA

4-10-14 through 6-30-17 (using 47.5 sick days and the remainder will be unpaid

1066

Triton

FMLA

Approximately 2-28-17 and continue for 6 weeks - unpaid





14.   Approval:  Club

The Superintendent recommends Board of Education approval for a new club called The Tech Squad
club.  Details are shown on SCHEDULE N.
 

 

15.  Approval Curriculum Writing

The Superintendent recommends Board of Education approval for the Curriculum Writing
for the 2016-2017 school year.  Details are shown on SCHEDULE O.
 





B.   ATHLETICS
           

1.  Approval Spring Sports Schedules

The Superintendent recommends Board of Education approval of the Spring Sports Schedules
for Highland, Timber Creek and Triton for the 2016-2017 school year.  Details are on the
attached SCHEDULE M.
 




C.   POLICY


1. First Reading – Policies & Procedures/Regulations

                Policies:
                      1510       Americans with Disabilities Act
                      2415.30  Title I – Educational Stability for Children in Foster Care
                      2418       Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973-Students
                      5116      Education of Homeless Children
                      5330.04  Administering an Opioid Antidote
                      8330      Student Records

                Regulations:
                      1510      Americans with Disabilities Act
                      2418       Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973-Students
                      5116       Education of Homeless Children     
                      5330       Administration of Medication
                      8330      Student Records

2.   Second Reading – Policies & Procedures/Regulations

                Policies:
                       1211      Administrative Staff Attendance at Board Meetings
                       4125      Employment of Support Staff Members                        
           


     
H.      MISCELLANEOUS

1.  Special Education - Out of District Placements 2016-2017         

For the school year 2016-17, the Child Study Team has placed the classified students listed on SCHEDULE E in special education institutions believed to be the best staffed and equipped to deal with the specific learning disabilities identified for these students.  Acknowledgement of the Board of Education for these placements is requested.
 


2.  Harassment Intimidation & Bullying (HIB) Investigations

Be it resolved that the Black Horse Pike Regional School District Board of Education acknowledges that the
HIB investigations were presented within the Executive Session portion of the January 19, 2017 Board of
Education Meeting by the Superintendent of Schools and the District Anti Bullying Coordinator.  Details are
shown on SCHEDULE F. 
 

Be it resolved that the Black Horse Pike Regional School District Board of Education approves the results of the
HIB Investigations that were presented and acknowledged with in Executive Sessionportion of the December 15,
2016 Board of Education Meeting by the Superintendent of Schools and the District Anti-Bullying Coordinator.  
Details are shown on SCHEDULE G.
       


3.   Approval Overnight Field Trip


Date of Event:               February 24 through February 26, 2017
Nature of Event:             National Cheerleading Competition
Location:                       Ocean City, MD
Transportation:              Bus      
Students:                     23 – Triton Students
Chaperone(s):               Andrea Owings and Amanda Parisi
Cost to District:             To be paid from Cheerleading Account

 Date of Event:               March 10 through March 11, 2017
Nature of Event:             Western Studies Class Field Trip 
Location:                       Washington, DC
Transportation:              Bus      
Students:                     35 – Triton Students
Chaperone(s):               Sherrie Erickson and Candace Vrooman
Cost to District:             To be paid from Western Studies Account



Date of Event:               March 26 through March 27, 2017
Nature of Event:            Teen Pep
Location:                       Port-O-Call Hotel, Ocean City, NJ
Transportation:              Bus      
Students:                      28 – Highland Students
Chaperone(s):               Teresa Pasquarello and Anita Rowland
Cost to District:             To be paid from Teen Pep

 

4.  Approval: Club

The Superintendent recommends Board of Education approval for a new club called Dance Club. 
Details are shown on SCHEDULE J.
 



5.  Approval: Timber Creek Indoor Percussion Competition Bus Schedule

The Superintendent recommends approval of the Timber Creek Indoor Percussion Competition 
and Bus Schedule.  Details are shown on the attached schedule K.

 

 


INFORMATION ITEMS
Dr. Brian Repici, Superintendent

Nothing to Report


SPECIAL EDUCATION/POLICY UPDATE
Mr. David Cappuccio, Jr., Director of Special Services & Policy

Nothing to Report


BUSINESS/TECHNOLOGY UPDATE
Mr. Frank Rizzo, Board Secretary/Business Administrator

Nothing to Report


CURRICULUM UPDATE
Mr. Matthew Szuchy, Director of Curriculum & Instruction

Nothing to Report


PERSONNEL UPDATE
Mrs. Julie Scully, Director of Personnel Management

Nothing to Report