WATERTOWN CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING
Conference Room-Administrative Office

5

p.m.,

Tuesday,

April

19,

2016

Agenda:
I.
A.

Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance

II.

Board and Staff Reports:
A.
Principal’s Welcome
B.
Bernier, Carr Group – Bid Presentation
C.
GED Presentation – Fred Sovie.
D.
Finance, Audit, and Facilities Committee Meeting, April 5 – Ken Netto,
chair; Beth Linderman and Maria Mesires.
E.
Policy/Legislation Committee Meeting, April 14 – Yvonne Gebo, chair;
Beth Linderman and Kenneth Netto.
F.
Personnel Committee Meeting, April 15 – Deltra Willis, Bridgette Gates
and Beth Linderman.

III.

Items for Board Action:
A.
Approval of CPSE Minutes.
B.

Approval of CSE Minutes.

C.

Election of Three Members to the Board of Cooperative Educational
Services of the Jefferson-Lewis-Hamilton-Herkimer-Oneida Counties.

D.

Approval of the 2016-17 Proposed Board of Cooperative Educational
Services of the Jefferson-Lewis-Hamilton-Herkimer-Oneida Counties
Administrative Budget.

E.

Approval of the Jefferson-Lewis BOCES Services Request for the 20162017 School Year.

F.

Approval of Bid Award for Storage Building and Press Box (General
Construction.)

G.

Approval of Bid Award for Storage Building and Press Box (Mechanical.)

H.

Approval of Bid Award for Storage Building and Press Box (Electrical.)

I.

Approval of the Rates for Summer School Tuition for Non-Resident
Students.

J.

Approval of Board of Education Policies: 1007, Pet Policy on School
Grounds; 5007, Access to Buildings; 8001, Student Learning Objectives
and Instructional Goals; 8002, School Calendar and School Day; 8003,
Curriculum Development, Resources and Evaluation; 8004, PILOT
Projects; 8101, Response to Intervention (RtI); 8102, Graduation

Credentials; 8103, Grading Systems – Honor Roll; 8104, Makeup
Opportunities; 8105, Homework; 8106, Student Progress Reports to
Parents; 8107, Student Schedules and Course Loads; 8200, Home
Instruction; 8201, Homebound Instruction; 8202, Summer School and
Programs; 8203, Limited English Proficiency Instruction English
Language Learners; and 8205, Courses Including Dissection of Animals.
K.

Deletion of Board of Education Policies: 0200, 0350, 1741, 1741-R, 4000,
4110, 4112, 4200, 4200-R, 4220, 4240, 4300, 4310, 4315, 4316,
4317,4318, 4319, 4320.1, 4322, 4324, 4325, 4326, 4326-R, 4326.E-1,
4327, 4327-R, 4327-E, 4331, 4331-R, 4332, 4340, 4350, 4430, 4452,
4510.1, 4525, 4526, 4530, 4710, 4712, 4714, 4720, 4730, 4740, 4750,
4751-R, 4760, 4770, 4771, 4810, 5154, 8731.

L.

Approval of SRO Agreement.

M.

Approval of Tenure Appointment.

N.

Approval of Tenure Appointment.

O.

Approval of Personnel Report.

IV.

Items for Information/Discussion:
A.
Superintendent of Schools’ Report
B.
Extra-Curricular Classroom Reports for WHS, Case and Wiley
Intermediate for February, 2016

V.

Upcoming Dates:
 April 25-29 (Monday-Friday), Spring Recess.
 May 2 (Monday), Watertown High school National Honor Society Induction@
7 p.m. @ Watertown High School
 May 3 (Tuesday), Finance, Audit & Facilities Committee Meeting, 5 p.m. @
D.O.
 May 3 (Tuesday), Public Hearing on the 2016-17 School Budget and Board
of Education Meeting to Follow – Case Middle School, 7 p.m.
 May 4 (Wednesday), Knickerbocker 2nd Grade Concert
 May 5 (Thursday), Sherman Kindergarten and 1 st Grade Concert
 May 6-7 (Friday-Saturday), Case Spring Musical Review “British Invasion”
at Case Middle School Gymnasium, 7:00 p.m. on Friday, 1:00 & 7:00 p.m.
on Saturday.
 p.m.

VI.

Adjournment

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