NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT Lansdale, PA 19446-3960 INFORMATIONAL SHEETS

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NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
INFORMATIONAL SHEETS
ITEM NUMBER: __35-15____
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SUBJECT: New, Amended & Reviewed Board Policies
MONTH/YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD: June 2015
INITIATED BY: Dr. Diane Holben
COMMITTEE: Education/Community/Policy Committee
RECOMMENDATION: Recommend approval of reviewed Board Policies #5112: Special
Education, #5115: Bullying, #5144.4:Behavior Management; amended Board Policy
#5144.5: Discipline of Students with Disabilities; new Board Policy #5126: Transportation
Video/Audio Monitoring
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BACKGROUND:
Five policies are being presented for the Board’s review and approval process. The policies and
their status are as follows:
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Board Policy #5112: Special Education [reviewed]
Board Policy #5115: Bullying [reviewed]
Board Policy #5144.4: Behavior Management [reviewed]
Board Policy #5144.5: Discipline of Students with Disabilities [amended]
Board Policy #5126: Transportation Video/Audio Monitoring [new]
All policies have been reviewed by the NPSD Solicitor.
[Note: Changes to the amended policies are indicated in the following manner: additions in
italics and bold; deletions with a strikethrough.]
Date Prepared: 6/4/2015
NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
School Board Policy
5112(a)
STUDENTS
Elementary and Secondary
Special Education
Each student with a disability who is a resident of the district shall be provided quality education
programs and services that meet the student’s needs for educational, instructional, transitional,
and related services. The special education program shall be designated to comply with law;
conform to district goals; and integrate programs of special education with the regular
instructional program of the schools, consistent with the interests of the student with a disability
and other students.
Students with disabilities who are provided special education programs by the district shall
include all resident children who meet the criteria defined by law.
The school board directs that all resident students with disabilities shall be identified, evaluated,
and provided with appropriate educational services, in accordance with federal and state laws
and regulations. The district shall establish and implement a system of procedural safeguards
and parental notification.
The district’s special education plan shall include procedures for identifying and educating
students with disabilities and shall be aligned with the Strategic Plan adopted by the board.
The school board shall determine the facilities, programs, services, and staff that will be
provided by the district for the instruction of students with disabilities.
In order to maintain an effective special education plan, the school board may participate in
special education programs of Montgomery County Intermediate Unit No. 23.
The superintendent or designee is directed to annually recommend to the school board the
employment and retention of necessary staff and provision of required facilities, programs and
services to provide for the needs of students with disabilities.
The superintendent or designee shall develop procedures for evaluating the effectiveness of the
district’s special education plan and shall periodically report to the school board the criteria and
results of such evaluation.
The program to which each student with a disability is assigned shall be one that provides an
appropriate education, seeks to assure success in learning, and offers the least restrictive
environment, in accordance with federal and state regulations.
The school board directs that all procedures for implementing an individualized education
program be designed to guard the privacy of the student and family.
No student with a disability shall be denied, because of handicap/disability, participation in
activities, programs or services offered or recognitions rendered to district students, unless
participation is not possible because of the handicap/disability.
CONTINUED
The district shall maintain procedures and processes that implement special education
programs and services, in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations, in the
following areas:
1.
Educational Plans
2.
Child Find
3.
Assessments
4.
Screening
5.
Evaluation
6.
Reevaluation
7.
Individualized Education Program (IEP)
8.
Extended School Year (ESY)
9.
Behavior Support
10.
Educational Placement
11.
Disciplinary Placements
12.
Facilities
13.
Early Intervention
14.
Procedural Safeguards
15.
Confidentiality of Information
Policy:
Adopted: September 23, 2004
Reviewed: June 22, 2006
Reviewed: November 15, 2007
Reviewed: ___, 2015
NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
School Board Policy
5115(a)
STUDENTS
Welfare
Bullying
Purpose
The board strives to provide a safe, positive learning climate for students in the schools. The
North Penn School District recognizes that bullying of students has a negative effect on the
educational environment of its schools. Students who are bullied, intimidated or fearful of other
students may not be able to take full advantage of the educational opportunities offered by the
school district. Bullying can also escalate into more serious violence. Therefore, the school
district strives to offer all students an educational environment free from bullying.
Definition
Bullying shall mean an intentional electronic, written, verbal or physical act, or a series of acts,
directed at another student or students, which occurs in a school setting and/or outside a school
setting, that is severe, persistent or pervasive and has the effect, or is likely to have the effect,
of (1) substantially interfering with a student’s education; (2) creating a threatening environment;
or (3) substantially disrupting the orderly operation of the school.
Examples of bullying include, but are not limited to, physically, emotionally or mentally harming
a student; damaging, extorting or taking a student’s personal property; placing a student in
reasonable fear of physical, emotional or mental harm; placing a student in reasonable fear of
damage to, or loss of, personal property; creating an intimidating or hostile environment that
interferes with a student’s educational opportunities; or engaging in conduct that is intended to
have the effect of, or has the effect of, demeaning, dehumanizing, embarrassing, ridiculing,
taunting, teasing, or threatening a student or group of students.
Bullying, as defined in this policy, includes cyberbullying.
Cyberbullying means an intentional act, or series of acts, directed at another student or
students, which occurs in a school setting and/or outside a school setting, is carried out through
the utilization of computers, the Internet, interactive and digital technologies or electronic
devices, is severe, persistent or pervasive and has the effect, or is likely to have the effect, of
(1) substantially interfering with a student’s education; (2) creating a threatening environment; or
(3) substantially disrupting the orderly operation of the school.
School setting means in the school, on school grounds, in school vehicles, at a designated bus
stop, during the time students necessarily spend traveling to and from school or schoolsponsored activities, and at any activity sponsored, supervised or sanctioned by the school.
CONTINUED
Authority
The school district will not tolerate any act, or acts, of bullying occurring in a school setting
and/or outside a school setting that is/are severe, persistent or pervasive and has the effect, or
is likely to have the effect, of (1) substantially interfering with a student’s education; (2) creating
a threatening environment; or (3) substantially disrupting the orderly operation of the school.
Delegation of Responsibility
The superintendent or designee shall develop administrative procedures to increase the
awareness of the problems of bullying, and train teachers to effectively intervene if bullying is
witnessed in their presence or brought to their attention.
The superintendent or designee shall ensure (1) that this policy and the procedures for reporting
bullying are reviewed with students at least once each school year, (2) that this policy is posted
in a prominent location within each school building, (3) that this policy is posted on the district’s
official website, (4) that this policy is available in every classroom (this may be achieved by
ensuring that a classroom computer with access to the district’s website is available for student
use), (5) that the code of student conduct, which shall contain this policy, is readily available to
students and (6) that, in cooperation with other appropriate administrators, this policy is
reviewed every three years and that necessary revisions are recommended to the board.
Intervention:
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Teachers and other staff (including, but not limited to, secretaries, custodians, bus drivers,
hall monitors, etc.) who observe acts of bullying shall take reasonable steps to intervene to
stop such conduct, unless intervention would threaten a staff member’s safety. The nature
of the intervention will vary depending upon the age of the student (both the victim and
aggressor), the severity of the bullying and the student’s involvement in prior acts of
bullying. The purpose of the intervention is to take prompt remedial steps to ensure
observed acts of bullying cease and to teach students that bullying is not an acceptable
behavior.
Guidelines
Student, Parent/Guardian and Employee Reporting:
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The school district encourages all students and parents/guardians who become aware of
any act of bullying to immediately report that conduct. Students may report acts of bullying
to their teachers, building principal or other school employees supervising schoolsponsored activities. Parents/guardians may contact the building principal to report acts of
bullying.
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If teachers and/or other staff cannot reasonably remediate acts of bullying through their
own intervention, they should report the bullying to the building principal. Other school
employees who observe acts of bullying shall report that conduct to the building principal.
Investigation Procedures:
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Each building principal or designee is authorized to complete an impartial, thorough
investigation of the bullying brought to their attention by students, parents/guardians or
school employees. Any investigation of a report may include meetings with students,
parents/guardians or employees; a review of student records; and other reasonable efforts
to better understand the facts surrounding a reported incident.
CONTINUED
Consequences/Discipline:
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Consequences for students who are found to have bullied others may include counseling,
a parent conference, detention, suspension, expulsion, a loss of school privileges and/or
exclusion from school-sponsored activities. Depending upon the severity of a particular
situation, the building principal may also take appropriate steps for student safety.
Intervention will be in line with approved student code of conduct.
Policy:
Adopted: November 15, 2007
Revised:September 20, 2012
Reviewed: _______, 2015
NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
School Board Policy
5144.4(a)
STUDENTS
Welfare
Behavior Management
Purpose
The school board enacts this policy to ensure that district staff use appropriate behavior
management techniques and that, for each disabled or thought to be disabled student who
exhibits behavior problems which interfere with the student’s ability to learn, the IEP team
develops a plan that provides for an appropriate program of behavior management. The
purpose of this policy and its implementing guidelines is to ensure adherence by all staff to the
requirements of state and federal law as they exist at the time of the adoption of this policy and
its implementing guidelines and as they may from time to time be amended and interpreted by
the courts and various administrative agencies.
The school board intends that the application of behavior management rules and procedures be
applied to students with disabilities in a nondiscriminatory manner and in full compliance with
the requirements of state and federal law. The school board intends with this policy neither to
confer upon students and their parents or guardians any greater right that they enjoy under
state and federal law nor to impose upon the district any greater limitations or duties that are
imposed by state and federal law. Nothing in this policy should be construed in a manner
inconsistent with intent. To the extent that any portion of this policy or the implementing
guidelines is inconsistent with such laws as they now or shall hereafter exist, such portion shall
be deemed null and void without prejudice to the unaffected provisions.
Philosophy/Rationale
A. The North Penn School District recognizes that appropriate learning outcomes take place in
an appropriately managed classroom. When the behavior of a student with disabilities
interferes with learning, a functional behavior assessment will be done and an appropriate
management plan will be implemented. Consistent with this policy and federal and state
law, all students with disabilities shall comply with the school board approved discipline
policy.
B. Behavior management programs include a variety of techniques to develop and maintain
skills that will enhance an individual student’s opportunity for learning and self-fulfillment.
Potential causes of behavior problems such as physical or medical conditions,
environmental factors, staffing and program concerns shall be reviewed and addressed prior
to development of a behavior management program.
C. Positive rather than negative measures shall form the basis of behavior management
programs. Positive techniques for the development, change, and maintenance of selected
behaviors shall be attempted prior to the use of more intrusive or restraining measures. The
types of intervention chosen for a particular student shall be the least intrusive necessary
and shall be in accordance with state and federal law. Adverse techniques, restraints or
disciplinary procedures may not be used as a substitute for a behavior management
program.
CONTINUED
D. Restraints to control acute or episodic aggressive behavior may be used only when a student
is acting in a manner as to be a clear and present danger to himself, to other students or to
employees, and only when less restrictive measures and techniques have proved to be or
are less effective. The use of restraints to control the aggressive behavior of an individual
student shall cause a meeting of the IEP to review the current IEP for appropriateness and
effectiveness. The use of restraints may not be included in the IEP, employed as
punishment, for the convience of staff or as a substitute for an educational program. The
use of restraints for the convenience of staff, as a substitute for an educational program, or
employed as punishment may not be included in the IEP.
E. Mechanical restraints, which are used to control involuntary movement or lack of muscular
control of students when due to organic causes or conditions, may be employed only when
specified by an IEP and as determined by a medical professional qualified to make the
determination, and as agreed to by the student’s parents. Mechanical restraints shall prevent
a student from injuring himself or others or promote normative body positioning and physical
functioning.
F. The following aversive techniques of handling behavior are considered inappropriate and
may not be used by agencies in educational programs:
a) Corporal punishment
b) Punishment for a manifestation of a student’s disability
c) Locked rooms, locked boxes, or other locked structures or spaces from which the
student cannot readily exit
d) Noxious substances
e) Deprivation of basic human rights, such as withholding meals, water, or
fresh air
f) Suspension constituting a pattern under 22 PA Code 14.143(a)
g) Treatment of a demeaning nature
h) Electric shock
G. North Penn School District has the responsibility for ensuring that behavior support programs
are in accordance with 22 PA Code Chapter 14, including the training of personnel, for the use
of specific procedures, methods, and techniques.
H. North Penn School District must obtain parental consent prior to the use of highly restraining
or intrusive procedures
Definitions
The following words and terms, when used in this policy or in its implementing guidelines, shall
have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:
Aversive Techniques – deliberate activities designed to establish a negative association with
specific behavior.
Behavior Management – the development, change and maintenance of selected behaviors
through the systematic application of behavior change techniques.
Focused Intervention Planning – a plan addressing a disabled student’s behavioral needs
and interventions within an IEP.
Functional Behavioral Assessment – an assessment of a student, the purpose of which shall
be to determine the environmental, behavioral, or circumstantial factors that precede or
accompany the behavior for which discipline is imposed and the effectiveness of the
interventions undertaken to address, or the reactions to, the behavior.
CONTINUED
Positive Techniques – methods which utilize positive reinforcement to shape a student’s
behavior, ranging from the use of positive verbal statements as a reward for good behavior to
specific tangible rewards.
Restraints – devices and techniques designed and used to control acute or episodic aggressive
behaviors or to control involuntary movements or lack of muscular control due to organic causes
or conditions. The term includes physical and mechanical restraints.*
* Devices that are designed as postural restraints include:
 Rifton chairs (may include seat belts and/or chest straps)
 K-Chairs
 Ther-adapt chairs (may include seat belts and/or chest straps)
 Prone Stander
 Free Stander
 Adapted toilet seat and seat belt if needed
 Hoyer lift
 Bike with chest and hip belts if needed
 Car seat with harness as needed
 Wheel chair with seat belts
Students with Disabilities – shall mean a student who is eligible for special education under
the provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Act and its implementing regulation, Chapter 14
of the regulations of the State Board of Education. For the purposes of this policy and its
implementing guidelines, the definition of disabled students include students whom the District
suspects or has reason to suspect are students with disabilities and to students who are in the
process of a multidisciplinary team evaluation at the time of the incident for which discipline is
imposed.
This policy and its implementing guidelines shall also apply to “protected
handicapped students” within the meaning of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and
its implementing regulation and Chapter 15 of the regulations of the State Board of Education.
As applied to such students, references to IEPs and to IEP teams shall be construed as
references to service agreements and to teams of appropriate school staff and parents or
guardians that develop and revise service agreements.
Prior to the development of a behavior management plan, an appropriate functional behavior
assessment of the student will be completed.
The school board authorizes the superintendent to develop guidelines for the implementation of
this policy.
Policy:
Adopted: May 17, 2001
Amended: June 22, 2006
Reviewed: November 15, 2007
Reviewed: _____, 2015
NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
School Board Policy
5144.5(a)
STUDENTS
[Reference: Administrative Regulation #5144]
Welfare
Discipline of Students with Disabilities
When necessary, behavior support shall be developed and maintained for students with
disabilities in order to promote and strengthen desirable behaviors and reduce identified
inappropriate behaviors.
Students with disabilities who engage in inappropriate behavior, disruptive or prohibited
activities and/or actions injurious to themselves or others shall be disciplined in accordance with
their Individualized Education Program (IEP), Section 504 Plan, behavior support plan, and
school board policy.
The school board directs that the district shall comply with provisions of the Individuals With
Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and federal
and state regulations when disciplining students with disabilities for violations of district policy or
school rules and regulations. No student with a disability shall be expelled if the student’s
particular misconduct is a manifestation of his/her disability.
[A student with a disability may be suspended for ten (10) consecutive and fifteen (15)
cumulative days of school per school year, regardless of whether the student’s behavior
is a manifestation of his/her disability.]
The district shall hold a manifestation
determination meeting within ten (10) school days of any decision to change the
placement of a child with a disability because of a violation of a code of student conduct.
The disciplinary removal of a student with a disability constitutes a change in placement
if the removal is for more than ten (10) consecutive school days, more than fifteen (15)
cumulative school days in a school year or more than ten (10) cumulative school days in
a school year where the removals constitute a pattern.
Any removal from school is a change in placement for a student identified with an intellectual
disability mental retardation.
A student with a disability whose behavior is not a manifestation of his/her disability may be
expelled pursuant to district policy and procedures.
[A hearing officer may order removal of a student with a disability to an alternative
setting for forty-five (45) days where the district demonstrates by substantial evidence
that maintaining the student’s current placement is substantially likely to result in injury
to the student or others.]
Students who have not been identified as having a disability [disabled] may be subject to the
same disciplinary measures applied to students without disabilities if the district did not have
knowledge of the disability. If a request for evaluation is made during the period the student is
subject to disciplinary measures, the evaluation shall be expedited.
Weapons Violations
A student with a disability who carries a weapon to or possesses a weapon at school, on
school premises, or to a school function may be removed from his/her current placement. In
the event that the carrying or possession of the weapon is found to be a manifestation of
the student’s disability, Tthe student shall may be placed in an appropriate interim alternative
educational setting for not more than[t] forty-five (45) school days.
Drugs/Controlled Substances Violations
A student with a disability who knowingly possesses or uses[d] illegal drugs or sells or solicits
the sale of a controlled substance while at school, on school premises or a school function
may be removed from his/her current placement. In the event that the possession or use of
the illegal drug or controlled substance is found to be a manifestation of the student’s
disability, [T]the student [shall] may be placed in an appropriate interim alternative educational
setting for not more than forty-five (45) school days.
Serious Bodily Injury
A student with a disability who inflicts serious bodily injury, as defined by law, [to] upon
another [student or staff member] person while at school, on school premises or at a
school function may be removed from his/her current placement. In the event that the
infliction of serious bodily injury is found to be a manifestation of the student’s disability,
[T]the student [shall] may be placed in an appropriate interim alternative setting for not more
than forty-five (45) school days. [Serious bodily injury involves any of the following factors: a
substantial risk of death, extreme physical pain, protracted and obvious disfigurement, or
protracted loss or impairment of the function of a bodily member, organ, or mental faculty.]
Policy:
Adopted: October 12, 2004
Amended: June 22, 2006
Reviewed: November 15, 2007
Amended: __________, 2015
NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
School Board Policy
5126
STUDENTS
Elementary and Secondary
Transportation Video/Audio Monitoring
Purpose
The use of video and audio recording equipment supports efforts to maintain discipline and to
ensure the safety and security of all students, staff, contractors, and others being transported on
district-owned, operated, or contracted school buses or school vehicles.
Authority
The Board authorizes the use of video and audio recording on school buses and school vehicles
for disciplinary and security purposes.
The Board prohibits the use of audio recording on any school bus or school vehicle that is not
being used for a school-related purpose.
Delegation of Responsibility
The Board directs the Superintendent or designee to ensure that:
1. Each school bus and school vehicle that is equipped with audio recording equipment
contains a clearly visible posted notice informing drivers, students, and other passengers of the
potential for audio recording.
2. Parents/Guardians and students are informed each school year of the policy authorizing
video and audio recording on school buses and school vehicles by letter mailed to the students’
home addresses.
Use of Recorded Documentation
Reviews of video/audio recordings shall be limited to the Principal, Transportation Coordinator,
the Superintendent, and/or his/her designee. However, video/audio recordings may be used in
expulsion hearings if the video/audio recording provides evidence in the case.
CONTINUED
Destruction of Records
Video/audio documentation of misbehavior will be preserved only until any disciplinary
action/disposition is reached. Thereafter, all recorded evidence of the misbehavior will be
erased and/or recorded over. Additionally, video/audio recordings shall be routinely recorded
over when the video/audio recording equipment automatically resets.
Guidelines
The District shall comply with the provision of Federal and State law and regulations regarding
student records requirements as applicable to the District’s use and disclosure of recordings.
Recordings considered part of a student’s educational record shall be maintained in accordance
with established student record procedures governing access, review, and disclosure of student
records.
Parental Screening Rights
A request for viewing a video recording may be made by a student’s parents/guardians if the
student has been recorded and disciplinary action has been recommended. All requests must
be in writing and addressed to the building principal. Parents/Guardians will only be allowed to
view that portion of the recording which documents the alleged misconduct of their child on the
bus or school vehicle in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
Policy:
Adopted:
NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
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ITEM NUMBER: 36-15
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SUBJECT: Medical and Dental Examiners and Clerks
MONTH/YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD: June 2015
INITIATED BY:
Jenna Mancini Rufo
COMMITTEE:
RECOMMENDATION: Recommend approval for medical director, medical examiners, and dental
examiners listed for the 2015-2016 school year.
Recommend approval at the rate of $ 14.11/hour for medical and dental clerks for the 2015-2016 school year.
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BACKGROUND: Medical Director: Dr. Steven Sklar-$11,000.00 per year
Medical Examiners: Hourly Rate-$75.00
Dr. Lois Snyder
Dr. Brett Fissell
Dental Examiners: Hourly Rate-$70.00
Dr. Jeffrey Hartman
Dr. Susan Rotzal
Dr. Marie Groncki
Dr. Brian Guentter
DATE PREPARED:
6/1/15
NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
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ITEM NUMBER: 37-15
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SUBJECT: Inglewood Elementary School Additions and Renovations
MONTH/YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD: June 2015
INITIATED BY: Thomas Schneider
COMMITTEE: Support Services
RECOMMENDATION:
Recommend approval of Deduct Change Order GC-2 to Lobar, Inc. for the Inglewood
Elementary School Additions and Renovations project, at a change of contract amount of ($3,640.69) for
unused allowances.
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BACKGROUND:
The following Change Order was found necessary and is recommended for approval for the
Inglewood Elementary School Additions and Renovations Project:
Lobar, Inc.
Change Order #GC-2
($3,640.69)
The Administration has reviewed and recommends approval of this change order.
Change Order GC-2 Total:
Original contract amount:
Previously approved change orders:
Amount of this change order:
Revised contract amount:
($3,640.69)
Lobar, Inc.
$4,997,000.00
$ 21,061.75
$ (3,640.69)
$5,014,419.06
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NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
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ITEM NUMBER: 38-15
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SUBJECT: Raptor Software Access Fee
MONTH/YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD: June 2015
INITIATED BY: Thomas Schneider
COMMITTEE: Support Services
RECOMMENDATION:
Recommend approval of an annual renewal fee with Raptor to provide access to the online
background check software in the amount of $8,640.00.
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BACKGROUND:
North Penn utilizes the Raptor software to perform a background check on all visitors that come
to all of the 18 school buildings. This software requires an annual access fee per building. The fee of
$8,640.00 is for one year’s access for all 18 buildings and is the same fee as the 2014/2015 amount.
Annual Renewal Fee:
Expiration Date:
$8,640.00/year
June 30, 2016
The Administration has reviewed and recommends approval of this contract.
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NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
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ITEM NUMBER: 39-15
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SUBJECT: Hatfield Elementary School Additions and Renovations
MONTH/YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD: June 2015
INITIATED BY: Thomas Schneider
COMMITTEE: Support Services
RECOMMENDATION:
Recommend approval of Change Orders GC-4 and GC-5 to Lobar, Inc. for the Hatfield
Elementary School Additions and Renovations project, at a change of contract amount for GC-4 of $5,746.48
to infill a cistern and GC-5 of $13,156.91 for various changes required during the course of construction.
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BACKGROUND:
The following Change Orders were found necessary and is recommended for approval for the
Hatfield Elementary School Additions and Renovations Project:
Lobar, Inc.
Lobar, Inc.
Change Order #GC-4
Change Order #GC-5
$ 5,746.48
$13,156.91
The Administration has reviewed and recommends approval of this change order.
Please see attached Bonnett Architectural, Inc. summary and explanation.
Revised Contract Amount:
Original contract amount:
Previously approved change orders:
Amount of this change order GC-4:
Amount of this change order GC-5:
Revised contract amount:
Lobar, Inc.
$7,441,000.00
$
8,314.07
$
5,746.48
$ 13,156.91
$7,468,217.46
These change orders plus previous change orders equate to a contract increase of 0.37%.
These changes orders equate to a total project increase of 0.10%.
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Hatfield Elementary School Additions and Renovations
May 15, 2015
Lobar, Inc.
Change Order No. GC-4 Summary:
COR 05.2
Existing Cistern Infill
Upon starting excavation for the new underground basins adjacent to the new entrance driveway, an abandoned
underground cistern was discovered. In consultation with the civil and soils engineers, a plan of action was developed to
infill the cistern with stone as documented under Bulletin GC-3, Option 2. The associated costs for this scope of work is
reflected in Lobar, Inc. Change Request 05.2 dated 2/19/15 in the amount of $5,746.48.
Change Order GC-4 Total:
$5,746.48
Change Order No. GC-5 Summary:
COR 3
Revisions to Chain Link Gas Enclosure
Provide chain link top for gas enclosure and upgrade fence from galvanized to black vinyl coating mesh. The associated
costs for this scope of work is reflected in Lobar, Inc. Change Request 03 dated 8/15/14 in the amount of $2,500.05.
COR 11
Kitchen Area CMU Wall Repairs
Following the removal of ceilings and the demolition phase, portions of existing CMU walls at the kitchen areas
required repairs to existing conditions. The associated costs for this scope of work is reflected in Lobar, Inc. Change
Request 11 dated 12/19/14 in the amount of $411.46.
COR 14.1
Kitchen & Boiler Room Area CMU Wall Repairs
Following the removal of ceilings and the demolition phase, portions of existing CMU walls between the kitchen and
boiler room required repairs to existing conditions. The associated costs for this scope of work is reflected in Lobar,
Inc. Change Request 14.1 dated 3/31/15 in the amount of $4,455.62
COR 15
Modification to Kitchen Quarry Tile Floor System CREDIT
Deletion of wire mesh and crack membrane from specified quarry tile flooring system as a result of new concrete slab
work achieving full cure prior to start of tile work. Mesh and membranes were specified to allow for installation of new
quarry tile over new concrete work under tight time frames without full cure. The associated costs for this scope of
work is reflected in Lobar, Inc. Change Request 15 dated 2/25/15 in the amount of ($2,151.00).
COR 16
Enlarged Catwalk Platform
As a result of a roof top unit location modification, the size of the new catwalk must be modified to allow for an
additional section of catwalk under the location of the new rooftop unit. The associated costs for this scope of work is
reflected in Lobar, Inc. Change Request 16 dated 3/17/15 in the amount of $1,653.75.
COR 17
Repair to Sewer Lateral on Site
During the course of the PECO gas line installation, PECO’s excavation equipment damaged the existing building
sanitary line on the property which had to be repaired by the site contractor. The associated costs for this scope of work
is reflected in Lobar, Inc. Change Request 17 dated 4/23/15 in the amount of $320.41.
COR 18
Secure Entrance Revisions
Revisions to new main entrance vestibule to provide enhanced security features in accordance with Bulletin GC-4.
Revisions include new transaction window and elimination of door from vestibule directly into main office. The
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associated costs for this scope of work is reflected in Lobar, Inc. Change Request 18 dated 4/23/15 in the amount of
$4,874.64.
COR 20
Wall Flashing Modification
Provide through wall flashing above window heads at second floor level of new addition. Flashings were not identified
above new windows on detail sheets. The associated costs for this scope of work is reflected in Lobar, Inc. Change
Request 20 dated 4/24/15 in the amount of $2,136.98.
COR NP1
Elton-Thompson PC Engineering Footing Redesign
As a result of how new addition concrete footings were poured, Elton-Thompson Engineers, PC was requested to make
modifications to the footing design to accommodate new concrete footing pour. The costs associated with this re-design
are in accordance with Elton-Thompson invoice 5108 dated 11/24/14 in the amount of ($1,045) and will be deducted
from the contract.
Change Order GC-5 Total:
$13,156.91
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NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
Informational Sheet
ITEM NUMBER: ___40-15______
SUBJECT:
BANK DEPOSITORIES
MONTH / YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD:
INITIATED BY:
Steve Skrocki
COMMITTEE:
Finance Committee
JUNE 2015
RECOMMENDATION:
Recommend approval of National Penn Bank as the primary depository and all other
financial institutions as listed below for depositories of North Penn School District funds.
BACKGROUND:
North Penn School District funds are deposited in the following banks or financial institutions.
National Penn Bank
After an extensive request for proposal (RFP) process, National Penn is being
recommended as the primary depository for North Penn School District effective
July 1, 2015. Nine financial institutions participated in the pre-proposal meeting and
seven submitted formal proposals. Five financial institutions were interviewed prior to
final negotiations with three of the institutions. National Penn received the highest
rating on the scoring rubric primarily due to cost and depository interest earnings.
The business office will begin the transition to National Penn starting July 1.
The transition is expected to take approximately two months for the following:
General Fund, Payroll Fund, Bond Funds, Activity Fund, Capital Reserve Fund,
Municipality Tax Collector Accounts, Tax Escrow Funds, Self Insurance Fund, Memorial
Funds, Student Activity Funds, Community Education Fund, School Nutrition Services
Fund, Extended School Care Fund, and the Construction Fund Proceeds
First Niagara Bank
General Fund, Payroll Fund, Bond Funds, Activity Fund, Capital Reserve Fund,
Municipality Tax Collector Accounts, Tax Escrow Funds, and the Self Insurance Fund
Valley Green Bank (A division of Univest Bank & Trust Co.)
General Fund, Capital Reserve Fund
TD Bank
General Fund, Memorial Funds, Student Activity Funds, Community Education Fund, School
Nutrition Services Fund, Extended School Care Fund
Pennsylvania School District Liquid Asset Fund (PSDLAF)
General Fund, School Nutrition Services Fund, PCARD, Construction Fund Proceeds,
Capital Reserve Fund
DATE PREPARED:
June 12, 2015
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NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
Informational Sheet
ITEM NUMBER:_41-15_____
SUBJECT:
BUSINESS OFFICE OPERATIONAL ITEMS
MONTH / YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD:
INITIATED BY:
Steve Skrocki
COMMITTEE:
Finance Committee
JUNE 2015
RECOMMENDATION:
Recommend authorizing the Director of Business Administration to make investments, purchases,
expenditures, and other fixed school district obligations (such as bids and bid awards) of amounts owed
under any contracts previously approved by the Board of Directors and/or approved in the 2015-16
District Budget.
Recommend approval to authorize the Business Office to make required Budget Transfers, should they be
needed, as directed by its local auditors upon completing the audit for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
BACKGROUND:
In order to keep all required financial processes operating in the event that board meetings are not held in
July or August when normal decisions have to be made and approvals are needed, the following resolutions
are recommended:
1. In connection with the financial function of the School District, it is in the best interest of the District
to authorize the Director of Business Administration the ability to carry out certain fixed obligations
and financial investments, both honorably and legally, with the subsequent ratification for such
actions confirmed by specific Board action.
In recent years, the District has greatly expanded the number of bids. These bids are typically very
routine and awarded on the basis of lowest cost per item that meets specifications. The bid
tabulations and bid award recommendations will be provided to the Finance Committee members for
a 3 day review period prior to any implementation actions by the Business Office. Any concerns will
be dealt with at that time postponing actions until the next School Board meeting if concerns are not
resolved.
2. Request for authorization for the Business Office to solicit bids for those equipment items,
construction projects, and other items, in the approved 2015-16 budget, that require formal bidding
under the School Code of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
3. Request for authorization for the Business Office to make required Budget Transfers as directed by its
local auditors, should they be needed, upon completing the audit for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
DATE PREPARED:
June 10, 2015
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NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
Informational Sheet
ITEM NUMBER: __42-15____
SUBJECT:
SCHOOL NUTRITION SERVICES MEAL PRICING
MONTH / YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD:
INITIATED BY:
Steve Skrocki
COMMITTEE:
Finance Committee
June 2015
RECOMMENDATION:
Recommend approval for meal pricing as listed, effective July 1, 2015:
School breakfast remains the same at $1.75
Elementary school lunch remains the same at $2.80
Middle school lunch remains the same at $3.00
High school lunch remains the same at $3.25
BACKGROUND:
School Nutrition Services (SNS) is an enterprise fund. SNS sets meal prices based upon
balancing their own budget. North Penn SNS continues to offer nutritional meals
comparable with the price charged by most other Montgomery County schools. No price
increase is necessary to operate the 2015-16 year with a balanced budget.
DATE PREPARED:
June 10, 2014
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NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
Informational Sheet
ITEM NUMBER: _43-15_____
SUBJECT:
GENERAL INSURANCE
MONTH / YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD:
INITIATED BY:
Steve Skrocki
COMMITTEE:
Finance Committee
JUNE 2015
RECOMMENDATION:
Recommend approval of the general insurance package for the 2015-2016 fiscal year to
Specht Insurance Group in the amount of $536,347.00
BACKGROUND: 2015-2016 General Insurance Recommendations
COVERAGE
Renewal Premium
PACKAGE POLICY:
Property
$132,471.00
Crime
$4,402.00
Equipment Breakdown
$9,725.00
Inland Marine
$8,319.00
General Liability
AUTOMOBILE:
$63,995.00
$102,924.00
EDUCATOR'S LEGAL LIABILITY:
$69,185.00
UMBRELLA:
$59,301.00
EXCESS UMBRELLA:
$36,300.00
Student Accident Coverage:
$48,642.00
Sports Camp Insurance
GRAND TOTAL:
$1,083.00
$536,347.00
The total premium represents a 3.70% increase, or $19,155, over the 2014-15 expiring premium.
The increase stems primarily from the student accident coverage which is up 73% due to the
adverse loss ratio.
DATE PREPARED:
June 12, 2015
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NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
Informational Sheet
ITEM NUMBER: 44-15
SUBJECT:
Copier Contract
MONTH / YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD:
INITIATED BY:
Steve Skrocki
COMMITTEE:
Finance Committee
June 2015
RECOMMENDATION:
Recommend approval of a 60 month copier lease with Fraser Advanced Information
Systems (Fraser) to provide copiers, service, and copier supplies on the basis of an all
inclusive cost per impression of $0.0081 for black and white and $0.041 for color. In
addition, a 60 month lease for tracking software, secure print, and swipe card access is
being recommended at a cost of $1,499.00 per month.
BACKGROUND:
The district conducted a comprehensive bid for copier service and equipment in 2010 at
which time Fraser received the bid award. Fraser’s pricing was far superior to other
proposals. 88 units are presently located throughout the district. We are nearing the end
of the original 60 month lease and have been negotiating an extension with Fraser. A
formal bid is not required since the Fraser is on an approved state contract list. The cost
per impression will remain the same for an additional 60 months and the district will
receive 88 new units starting July 20th with the new lease.
The tracking software and secure print /swipe card access is expected to reduce annual
volume by a minimum of 10%. This would reduce the annual expense by at least $72,000
in copy and paper costs. The annual cost of the software is $17,988.
DATE PREPARED:
June 12, 2015
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NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
Informational Sheet
ITEM NUMBER: 45-15
SUBJECT:
Enterprise Fund Budgets
MONTH / YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD:
INITIATED BY:
Steve Skrocki
COMMITTEE:
Finance Committee
June 2015
RECOMMENDATION:
Recommend approval for the attached 2015-16 Enterprise Fund Budgets in the amounts
noted below and attached to this information sheet.
BACKGROUND:
In the past year, the Enterprise Funds have been taking extensive measures to offset the impact of
the retirement rate spike and rising healthcare rates. Costs have been cut wherever possible and
fees have been increased.
The Finance Committee has reviewed the financial plans and the proposed budgets several times
in detail over the past year. These budgets were reviewed in specific detail at the last Finance
Committee meeting and approval is recommended as follows:
Extended School Care Budget
$ 2,089,748
Previously approved fee increases and increased enrollment for the 2015-16 school year will result
in a 7.58% increase in revenue that will offset the increases in benefits and pension costs.
School Nutrition Services Budget
$ 5,397,998
The Budget is increasing primarily due to pension costs and equipment expenses. All meal prices
for 2015-16 are being recommended to remain at 2014-15 levels. More students are purchasing
the full meal due to limited variety in a-la-carte items.
Community Education Budget
$
317,836
The philosophy of the program has been to support district needs, when financially possible, in
areas that support community engagement and community use of our resources. Over the years,
community education has funded many district needs including upgrading of the NPTV studio,
website development, community forum costs, board room upgrades, and Bus to the Future costs.
Community education has also supported facility and equipment needs in the pool, and program
development in the planetarium. Included in the 2015-16 budget is $21,000 for the development of
a district mobile app.
Aquatics Budget
$
262,500
The program fees from each of the three enterprise programs are set to balance their own
individual budget.
Community Aquatic Classes – Budgeted expenses are $50,000
Community Aquatic Swim Team - Budgeted expenses are $187,500
Community Aquatic Water Polo - Budgeted expenses are $25,000
DATE PREPARED:
June 12, 2015
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Extended School Care Fund Summary
Fund Balance July 1, 20XX
Actual Actual Actual Budget Budget 2011-­‐2012
2012-­‐2013
2013-­‐2014
2014-­‐2015
2015-­‐2016
$ 197,033
$ 191,774
$ 103,912
$ 63,446
$ 51,785
Revenue
Local Sources
State Sources
Federal Sources
Other Sources
2,028,961
15,593
-­‐ -­‐ 1,895,526
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
Total Revenue
2,044,554
1,895,526
Expenditures
Salaries
Benefits
Purchased Prof. Services
Purchased Property Services
Other Purchased Services
Supplies and Books
Property and Equipment
Other Objects Other Uses of Funds
1,281,717
595,021
2,684
-­‐ 17,964
151,363
-­‐ -­‐ 1,064
1,240,508
594,228
5,191
-­‐
15,439
127,018
Total Expenditures
1,920,406
4,725
-­‐ -­‐ -­‐ 1,925,131
2,028,368
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
2,182,138
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
2,028,368
2,182,138
1,004
1,205,357
598,108
3,153
-­‐ 10,473
147,603
-­‐ -­‐ 903
1,208,625
661,104
5,800
-­‐
16,700
144,700
500
2,600
-­‐
1,286,307
631,111
3,830
-­‐
17,700
144,700
3,500
2,600
-­‐
2,049,813
1,983,388
1,965,597
2,040,029
2,089,748
Excess of Revenue Over (Under) Expenditures
(5,259)
(87,862)
(40,466)
(11,661)
92,390
Fund Transfers/Other Financing
-­‐ -­‐
-­‐ -­‐
-­‐
Net Change in Fund Balance
(5,259)
(87,862)
(40,466)
(11,661)
92,390
Fund Balance June 30, 20XX
$ 191,774
$ 103,912
$ 63,446
$ 51,785
$ 144,175
School Nutrition Fund Summary
Fund Balance July 1, 20XX
Actual Actual Actual Budget Budget 2011-­‐2012
2012-­‐2013
2013-­‐2014
2014-­‐2015
2015-­‐2016
$ 502,872
$ 327,310
$ 94,400
$ 292,312
$ 292,312
Revenue
Local Sources
State Sources
Federal Sources
Other Sources
3,267,523
165,741
1,554,059
-­‐ 2,946,374
144,287
1,776,589
-­‐
3,021,403
146,898
1,933,989
2,954
2,887,400
140,000
1,977,000
-­‐
2,885,098
150,350
2,389,658
-­‐
Total Revenue
4,987,323
4,867,250
5,105,244
5,004,400
5,425,106
Expenditures
Salaries
Benefits
Purchased Prof. Services
Purchased Property Services
Other Purchased Services
Supplies -­‐ Food and Consum.
Property and Equipment
Other Objects Other Uses of Funds
1,828,764
962,628
49,339
12,624
5,565
2,290,729
11,493
1,743
-­‐ 1,874,891
981,107
13,091
23,448
5,732
2,184,234
17,657
-­‐
-­‐
1,756,818
918,464
8,425
24,186
5,669
2,172,367
18,717
2,686
-­‐ 1,684,724
1,063,204
10,000
15,000
5,200
2,186,615
37,057
2,600
-­‐
1,786,803
988,385
21,050
15,000
6,900
2,359,127
217,733
3,000
-­‐
Total Expenditures
5,162,885
5,100,160
4,907,332
5,004,400
5,397,998
Excess of Revenue Over (Under) Expenditures
(175,562)
(232,910)
197,912
-­‐
27,108
Fund Transfers/Other Financing
-­‐ -­‐
-­‐ -­‐
-­‐
Net Change in Fund Balance
(175,562)
(232,910)
197,912
-­‐
27,108
Fund Balance June 30, 20XX
$ 327,310
$ 94,400
$ 292,312
$ 292,312
$ 319,420
Community Education Fund Summary
Fund Balance July 1, 20XX
Actual Actual Actual Budget Budget 2011-­‐2012
2012-­‐2013
2013-­‐2014
2014-­‐2015
2015-­‐2016
$ 117,121
$ 118,117
$ 138,537
$ 163,264
$ 182,452
Revenue
Local Sources
State Sources
Federal Sources
Other Sources
391,993
-­‐ -­‐ -­‐ 288,967
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
Total Revenue
391,993
Expenditures
Salaries
Benefits
Purchased Prof. Services
Purchased Property Services
Other Purchased Services
Supplies and Books
Property and Equipment
Other Objects Other Uses of Funds
311,500
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
317,850
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
288,967
308,926
-­‐ -­‐ -­‐ -­‐ 308,926
311,500
317,850
123,146
27,799
188,547
-­‐ 26,728
24,777
-­‐ -­‐ -­‐ 75,628
24,295
124,085
-­‐
27,106
17,433
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
95,164
27,035
114,974
-­‐ 28,618
18,408
-­‐ -­‐ -­‐ 102,367
30,945
110,000
-­‐
31,000
18,000
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
103,088
55,748
113,000
-­‐
33,500
12,500
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
Total Expenditures
390,997
268,547
284,199
292,312
317,836
Excess of Revenue Over (Under) Expenditures
996
20,420
24,727
19,188
14
Fund Transfers/Other Financing
-­‐ -­‐
-­‐ -­‐
-­‐
Net Change in Fund Balance
996
20,420
24,727
19,188
14
Fund Balance June 30, 20XX
$ 118,117
$ 138,537
$ 163,264
$ 182,452
$ 182,466
Aquatics Program Summary
Fund Balance July 1, 20XX
Actual Actual Budget Budget 2012-­‐2013
2013-­‐2014
2014-­‐2015
2015-­‐2016
$ -­‐ $ (2,709)
$ 2,308
$ 2,308
Revenue
Local Sources
State Sources
Federal Sources
Other Sources
40,008
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
Total Revenue
50,000
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
50,000
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
40,008
57,060
-­‐ -­‐ -­‐ -­‐ 57,060
50,000
50,000
Expenditures
Salaries
Benefits
Purchased Prof. Services
Purchased Property Services
Other Purchased Services
Supplies and Books
Property and Equipment
Other Objects Other Uses of Funds
31,791
3,228
297
-­‐
-­‐
3,401
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
37,363
4,115
-­‐ -­‐ 384
4,475
-­‐ -­‐ -­‐ 35,630
4,946
424
-­‐
-­‐
4,000
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
32,945
7,630
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
4,425
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
Total Expenditures
38,717
46,337
45,000
45,000
Excess of Revenue Over (Under) Expenditures
1,292
10,723
5,000
5,000
Administrative Fee (10%)
(4,001)
(5,706)
(5,000)
(5,000)
Net Change in Fund Balance
(2,709)
5,017
-­‐
-­‐
Fund Balance June 30, 20XX
$ (2,709)
$ 2,308
$ 2,308
$ 2,308
Swim Team Program Summary
Fund Balance July 1, 20XX
Actual Actual Budget Budget 2012-­‐2013
2013-­‐2014
2014-­‐2015
2015-­‐2016
$ -­‐ $ 18,608
$ 26,949
$ 26,949
Revenue
Local Sources
State Sources
Federal Sources
Other Sources
150,166
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
Total Revenue
170,000
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
187,500
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
150,166
182,294
-­‐ -­‐ -­‐ -­‐ 182,294
170,000
187,500
Expenditures
Salaries
Benefits
Purchased Prof. Services
Purchased Property Services
Other Purchased Services
Supplies and Books
Property and Equipment
Other Objects Other Uses of Funds
88,213
19,164
-­‐
350
1,486
484
-­‐
6,845
-­‐
101,034
27,502
-­‐ 3,965
3,018
10,514
-­‐ 9,690
-­‐ 100,980
28,573
-­‐
5,107
1,940
6,500
-­‐
9,900
-­‐
109,448
33,295
-­‐
4,500
4,000
2,007
-­‐
15,500
-­‐
Total Expenditures
116,541
155,723
153,000
168,750
Excess of Revenue Over (Under) Expenditures
33,624
26,571
17,000
18,750
Administrative Fee (10%)
(15,017)
(18,229)
(17,000)
(18,750)
Net Change in Fund Balance
18,608
8,341
-­‐
-­‐
Fund Balance June 30, 20XX
$ 18,608
$ 26,949
$ 26,949
$ 26,949
Water Polo Program Summary
Fund Balance July 1, 20XX
Actual Actual Budget Budget 2012-­‐2013
2013-­‐2014
2014-­‐2015
2015-­‐2016
$ -­‐ $ 6,158
$ 7,633
$ 7,633
Revenue
Local Sources
State Sources
Federal Sources
Other Sources
18,504
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
Total Revenue
20,000
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
25,000
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
18,504
24,118
-­‐ -­‐ -­‐ -­‐ 24,118
20,000
25,000
Expenditures
Salaries
Benefits
Purchased Prof. Services
Purchased Property Services
Other Purchased Services
Supplies and Books
Property and Equipment
Other Objects Other Uses of Funds
3,556
188
-­‐
875
207
-­‐
-­‐
-­‐
5,670
8,137
734
-­‐ 1,140
2,966
2,934
-­‐ -­‐ 4,320
9,500
841
300
1,200
1,042
3,367
-­‐
-­‐
1,750
10,000
1,545
1,200
1,100
1,500
3,155
-­‐
-­‐
4,000
Total Expenditures
10,495
20,231
18,000
22,500
Excess of Revenue Over (Under) Expenditures
8,009
3,887
2,000
2,500
Administrative Fee (10%)
(1,850)
(2,412)
(2,000)
(2,500)
Net Change in Fund Balance
6,158
1,475
-­‐
-­‐
Fund Balance June 30, 20XX
$ 6,158
$ 7,633
$ 7,633
$ 7,633
NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lansdale, PA 19446-3960
INFORMATIONAL SHEETS
ITEM NUMBER: _46-15_______
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SUBJECT: 2015-16 EXTRA DUTY ASSIGNMENTS
MONTH/YEAR PRESENTED TO BOARD: June 2015
INITIATED BY: Dr. Diane Holben
COMMITTEE: Board Personnel
RECOMMENDATION: Recommend approval of extra duty assignments for the 2015-16 school
year.
BACKGROUND:
See attached for recommended extra duty assignments for the 2015-16 school year for North Penn
High School, Pennbrook Middle School, and Penndale Middle School.
DATE PREPARED: June 15, 2015
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NORTH PENN SCHOOL DISTRICT
2015-16 Extra Duty Assignments
North Penn High School
Position
MARCHING BAND
Assignee
Group
Band Director
Mike Britcher
7
Asst. Band Director
John Josten
5
G
$
6,684
Percussion Ensemble
Andrew Barlow
4
A
$
3,695
Larry Trimble
4
A
$
3,695
Marissa Alexander
Sherrie Myers
6
4
B
A
$
$
7,273
3,695
Dick Beck
William Bannek
James Laky
Ryan Major
Jimmy Ward
Brian Pellechia
Zachary Raffle
David Franek
Kyle Fieser
Ricky Leisey
7
5
5
5
5(1/2)
5(1/2)
5
5
5(1/2)
5(1/2)
G
E
C
E
A
A
D
E
A
A
$ 10,725
$ 6,250
$ 5,815
$ 6,250
$ 2,688
$ 2,688
$ 6,033
$ 6,250
$ 2,688
$ 2,688
Michael Werner
James Crawford
Spencer Kershaw
Dominic Calamia
4
4
3
3
F
G
E
A
$
$
$
$
4,788
5,004
3,895
3,024
Kristina Maxwell Alling
Renee Didomizio
5
3
A
D
$
$
5,376
3,675
Shannon McCracken
Carolyn Edwards
Mary Wilson
5
3
3
D
E
D
$
$
$
6,033
3,895
3,675
Paul Duddy
Pete Phiambolis
Jesse Sheetz
6
4
4
F
E
D
$
$
$
8,146
4,567
4,350
Visual Ensemble
Exp.
F
Salary
$ 10,504
CHEERLEADERS
Head Coach
Assistant Coach
FOOTBALL
Head Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
CROSS COUNTRY
Head Coach, Boys
Head Coach, Girls
Assistant Coach, Girls
Assistant Coach, Boys
TENNIS
Head Coach, Girls
Assistant Coach, Girls
FIELD HOCKEY
Head Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
SOCCER - Boys
Head Coach
Assistant Coach
Assistant Coach
Position
SOCCER - Girls
Assignee
Group
Exp.
Salary
Head Coach, Girls
James Dehner
6
E
$
7,936
Assistant Coach
Michael Rio
4
B
$
3,910
Assistant Coach
Tim Fry
4
C
$
4,128
Kevin Eck
Katherine Keefer
5
3
E
A
$
$
6,250
3,024
Jason Grubb
Jeff Faikish
Kathryn Grunmeier
5
3
5
E
D
E
$
$
$
6,250
3,675
6,250
Dave DiValentino
Ted Heller
4
2
D
C
$
$
4,350
2,448
John Conrad
Maggie deMarteleire
6
6
F
G
$
$
8,146
8,370
David Franek
6
D
$
7,714
Selma Robinson
7
G
$ 10,725
Alyssa Crawford
Kevin Manero
Danielle O'Reilly
Christine Peterson
1
3
6
3
A
B
B
E
$
$
$
$
1,011
3,236
7,273
3,895
Ryan Gutsche
Phuong Huynh
Christopher Frey
Megan Jermain
Jonathan Fluck
Sue Daywalt
Amy Young
Kyle Berger
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
B
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
3,024
3,024
3,024
3,024
3,910
3,695
3,695
3,910
VOLLEYBALL
Head Coach, Girls/Fall
Assistant Coach,Girls/Fall
WATER POLO
Head Coach, Boys
Assistant Coach, Boys
Head Coach, Girls
GOLF
Head Coach
Assistant Coach
BASKETBALL
Head Coach, Boys
Head Coach, Girls
Fitness Center Director
Assistant Athletic Director
PUBLICATIONS
Literary Magazine
Newspaper, Literary
Yearbook
Yearbook, Business
STUDENT GOVERNMENT
Sophomore
Sophomore
Junior
Junior
Senior Class Advisor
Senior Class Advisor
Student Council, Assistant
Student Council, Assistant
Position
CLUBS
Academic Decathlon
African American
ADAPT
Art
Auto
Bengali
Best Buddies
Best Buddies
Chess
Chinese
Dance Team
Enact
EPICS
Equestrian Club
Family, Career, & Community
Leaders of America (FCCLA)
French Club
Future Business Leaders
(FBLA) Advisor
Gay Straight Alliance
German
Goodwill Ambassadors
Health Professions Club
Improv
Indian Cultural Associatiion
International Friendship Club
Italian Club
Japanese Animation &
Cultural Club
JROTC Color Guard &
Drill Team CoJROTC Color Guard &
Drill Team CoKey Club Advisor
Korean AmericanAdvisor
Latin
Mathletics - Co
Mathletics - Co
Model Aviation Club
Model UN
Odyssey of the Mind
Reading Olympics
Robotics
SADD
SALSA
School Store
Science Fair
Science Olympiad
Assignee
Group
Exp.
Salary
Nancy Craig
Marjorie Diegue
Nina Ferrant
Jamie Flynn
Michael Boyer
Paramita Sinha
Kathie Kerper
Lori Thompson
Raymond Polonsky
Janet Kratz
Amy Millar
Nate Snyder
Michael Boyer
Dr. Melody Leithold
2 (½)
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
A
D
B
A
F
B
B
D
B
E
A
B
C
D
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
1,007
2,667
1,226
1,011
2,096
1,226
1,226
1,657
1,226
1,879
1,011
1,226
1,442
1,657
Sharon Lersch
Anya Assous
1
1
D
D
$
$
1,657
1,657
Linda Westerlund
David Hall
Margrit Marino
Lorrie Mancino
Mary Scott
Jeff Miller
Dianne Wakefield
Noriko Coyle
Lisa Krzemien
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
F
E
C
A
D
A
D
D
D
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
3,103
1,879
1,442
1,011
1,657
1,011
1,657
1,657
1,657
Han Kim
1
E
$
1,879
Chief Dolores Sullivan
2
D
$
2,667
Maj. Mark Miller
Linda Law
Haewan Rho
Jonathan Rockey
Randi McGinley
Mary Cunnally
Mike Voicheck
Brian Haley
Joanne Wiernusz
Ellen McKee
Justin Hall
Jessica Reehling
Alejandro Vidal
Linda Westerlund
Dr. Melody Leithold
Mary Scott
2
1
1
1
1 (½)
1 (½)
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
C
F
A
D
A
B
D
E
C
C
A
A
B
E
G
A
$ 2,448
$ 2,096
$ 1,011
$ 1,657
$ 505.50
$ 613.00
$ 1,657
$ 1,879
$ 1,442
$ 1,442
$ 2,014
$ 1,011
$ 1,226
$ 1,879
$ 2,316
$ 2,014
Position
Simulation Gaming
Ski Club
Special Olympics
Speech & Debate/Mock Trial
Student Exchange, Advisor
Student Exchange, Advisor
Table Tennis
Ultimate Frisbee
Women's Issues
Youth EducationAsociation
Assignee
Group
Exp.
Chris Young
Rebecca Glick-Luby
Kathie Kerper
Kathleen Howland
Judy McGuriman
Andrew Baker
Rachel Hubbs
Steve Wherry
Patricia Kinsey
Beth Light
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
E
A
G
C
C
A
D
C
F
D
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Salary
1,879
2,014
3,322
1,442
2,448
2,014
1,657
1,442
2,096
1,657
5
3 (½)
3 (½)
5
3
D
G
F
D
F
$
$
$
$
$
6,033
2,169
2,007
6,033
4,114
6
2
3
2
2
2
D
D
G
G
G
A
$
$
$
$
$
$
7,714
2,667
4,338
3,322
3,322
2,014
B
A
$
$
3,236
3,024
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
3,895
6,469
3,322
2,667
2,448
2,234
2,448
$
$
$
3,895
4,114
2,667
BAND & CHORAL
Jazz Band
Lab Band Director
Lab Band Director
Choral Director
Orchestra 10-12
David DiValentino
Peter Neu
John Josten
Matthew Klenk
Erica Milbourne
DRAMA
Director
Drama Band
Drama Choreographer
Drama Stage Crew
Drama Stage Design
Drama Vocal
Andrea Roney
Matthew Klenk
Debra Buckner
James Overholtzer
John Buckner
Min Sue Kim
Pennbrook Middle School
CHEERLEADERS
Head Coach 9
Head Coach 7/8
Jessica Koffel
Amanda Christman
3
3
Christopher Berlanda
Jim Williams
Joe Wilus
Marty Bauer
Matt Weiser
Brett Storm
Chris Lucas
3
5
2
2
2
2
2
Amy Cardamone
Denise Helsel
Jackie Hewston
3
3
2
FOOTBALL
Head Coach 7-8
Head Coach 9
Assistant Coach 9
Assistant Coach 9
Assistant Coach 7-8
Assistant Coach 7-8
Assistant Coach 7-8
E
F
G
D
C
B
C
FIELD HOCKEY
Head Coach 9
Head Coach 7-8
Assistant Coach 7/8
E
F
D
Position
Assignee
Group
Exp.
Salary
SOCCER
Head Coach, Boys 9
Head Coach, Coed 7-8
Assistant Coach, Coed 7-8
Matthew Brick
Timothy Schindele
Josh Krall
3
3
2
D
F
E
$
$
$
3,675
4,114
2,888
James Williams
Jesse Clancy
Brett Storm
Jason Munn
Jesse Clancy
Brett Storm
3
3
2
3
3
2
E
D
C
E
D
C
$
$
$
$
$
$
3,895
3,675
2,448
3,895
3,675
2,448
Jason Theodore
Marty Bauer
3
2
D
$
$
4,114
2,667
Christopher Berlanda
Jason Bowers
3
2
3
F
C
B
$
$
$
4,114
2,448
3,236
Amy Cardamone
Timothy Schindele
3
2
$
$
3,895
3,103
Brett Storm
James Glodek
3
3
B
B
$
$
3,236
3,236
Jim Williams
Jackie Hewston
Jesse Clancy
Matthew Olinik
3
3
2
2
F
D
D
A
$
$
$
$
4,114
3,675
2,667
2,014
Ivy Mermelstein
Amy Sinkinson
Jim Wright
Kay Beard
1
1
3
3
F
B
C
C
$
$
$
$
2,096
1,226
3,458.
3,458
BASKETBALL
Head Coach, BOYS 9
Head Coach, BOYS 7-8
Assistant Coach, BOYS 7-8
Head Coach, GIRLS 9
Head Coach, GIRLS 7-8
Assistant Coach, GIRLS 7-8
WRESTLING
Head Coach 7-8
Assistant Coach 7-8
F
BASEBALL
Head Coach 7/8
Assistant Coach 7/8
Head Coach 9
LACROSSE
Head Coach 7/8
Assistant Coach 7/8
E
F
SOFTBALL
Head Coach 9
Head Coach 7/8
TRACK
Head Coach, Boys 7/8
Head Coach, Girls 7/8
Assistant Coach, Boys 7/8
Assistant Coach, Girls 7/8
PUBLICATIONS
Literary Magazine
Literary Magazine
Yearbook
Yearbook
Position
Assignee
Group
Exp.
Salary
STUDENT GOVERNMENT
Student Council
Student Council
Jennifer Seiler
Ann Pearcey
3
3
E
B
$
$
3,895
3,236
1 (1/2)
1 (1/2)
1 (1/2)
1 (1/2)
1
1
F
F
F
D
D
D
$ 1,048
$ 1,048
$ 1,048
$ 828.50
$ 1,657
$ 1,657
4
3
4
2
G
A
D
C
$
$
$
$
5,004
3,024
4,350
2,448
CLUBS
Academic Pentathlon-Co
Academic Pentathlon-Co
Enact – Co-Advisor
Enact – Co-Advisor
National Jr Honor Society
Science Fair
Jennifer Gutsche
Susan Gregory
Susan Gregory
Michael Botti
Kay Beard
Carol Ward
BAND/CHORAL/ORCHESTRA
Band Director
Assistant Band Director
Choral Director
Orchestra
Peter Neu
James Marcopul
Kathleen Campbell
David Pimentel-Cedre
Indoor Guard Director - PB,
PD, PF
Color Guard Instructor
Color Guard Instructor
Color Guard Instructor
Jennifer Francisco
Jennifer Hewson
Eric Kitchenman
Kayleigh Blutgen
4
C
$
4,128
3(½)
3(½)
3
A
G
A
$
$
$
3,024
2,169
1,512
DRAMA
Drama Director
Choreographer
Vocal
Band
Stage
Joe O'Brien
Barbara Renzi
Kathleen Campbell
Peter Neu
Dianne McTamney
3
1
1
1
1
F
D
A
F
C
$
$
$
$
$
4,114
1,657
1,011
2,096
1,442
Intramural Supervisor
Sports Coordinator
Nicole Pickersgill
Marty Bauer
1
4
E
$
$
912
4,567
3
D
$
3,675
3
B
$
3,236
5
2
F
F
$
$
6,469
3,103
Penndale Middle School
CHEERLEADERS
Head Coach 9
Head Coach 7-8
Ethel "Cookie"
McGowan
Susan Lynam
FOOTBALL
Head Coach 9
Assistant Coach 9
Todd Thatcher
Neil Dangello
Group
Exp.
Salary
Position
Assignee
Assistant Coach 9
Head Coach 7-8
Assistant Coach 7-8
Assistant Coach 7-8
Assistant Coach 7-8
John Bratina
Todd Brunner
Kenneth Kirkpatrick
Anthony Taggert
Ed Brun
2
3
2
2
2
E
E
A
C
A
$
$
$
$
$
2,888
3,895
2,014
2,448
2,014
Mia Weygand
Jenna Hoffman
Cathy Hibbs
3
3
2
D
B
A
$
$
$
3,675
3,236
2,014
Jim Parrish
Brian Conti
Joel Evans
3
3
2
G
E
E
$
$
$
4,338
3,895
2,888
Matt Brick
Todd Thatcher
Jeff Childs
Joel Evans
Chris Joy
Mike Flynn
3
3
2
3
3
2
D
G
E
C
E
B
$
$
$
$
$
$
3,675
4,338
2,888
3,458
3,895
2,234
Todd Brunner
Ray Laughlin
3
2
E
C
$
$
3,895
2,448
Jim Parrish
Chris Joy
Jeff Childs
3
2
3
F
F
D
$
$
$
4,338
3,103
3,675
Mia Weygand
Jenna Hoffman
Cathy Hibbs
3
3
2
C
D
A
$
$
$
3,458
3,675
2,014
Eric Matsinger
Joseph DiSiro
Todd Brunner
3
2
3
C
D
D
$
$
$
3,458
2,667
3,675
Joel Evans
Matt Brick
Kristin Ott
3
3
2
D
D
A
$
$
$
3,675
3,675
2,014
FIELD HOCKEY
Head Coach 9
Head Coach 7-8
Assistant Coach 7-8
SOCCER
Head Coach, Boys 9
Head Coach, Coed 7-8
Assistant Coach, Coed 7-8
BASKETBALL
Head Coach, BOYS 9
Head Coach, BOYS 7-8
Assistant Coach, BOYS 7-8
Head Coach, GIRLS 9
Head Coach, GIRLS 7-8
Assistant Coach, GIRLS 7-8
WRESTLING
Head Coach 7-8
Assistant Coach 7-8
BASEBALL
Head Coach 7/8
Assistant Coach 7/8
Head Coach 9
LACROSSE
Head Coach 7/8
Head Coach 9
Assistant Coach - 7/8
SOFTBALL
Head Coach 7/8
Asst. Coach 7/8
Head Coach 9
TRACK
Head Coach, Boys 7/8
Head Coach, Girls 7/8
Assistant Coach, Girls 7/8
Position
Assignee
Group
Assistant Coach, Boys 7/8
Jessica Koffel
2
A
$
2,014
Patty Fleetwood
Donna Poley
Ted Heller
James Dehner
Brian Conti
1
1
2
3
3
C
B
C
E
E
$
$
$
$
$
1,442
1,226
2,448
3,895
3,895
Stephanie Le
Amanda Jozefowski
3
3
B
D
$
$
3,236
3,675
Deb Markowitz
John Collier
Debbie Markowitz
George Kimber
Nichole Dimmick
Matt Wendell
1
1
1
1
1
1
A
C
F
A
A
E
$ 1,011
$ 1,442
$ 2,096
$ 505.50
$ 505.50
$ 1,879
Bob Kennedy
Ted Heller
Jennifer Klenk
Erica Milbourne
4
3
4
2
E
G
A
F
$
$
$
$
4,567
4,338
3,695
3,103
Band
Drama
Choreographer
Vocal
Ted Heller
Jodie Bigert
Monica Catanzaro
Jennifer Klenk
1
3
1
1
G
C
B
B
$
$
$
$
2,316
3,458
1,226
1,226
Middle Schools Athletic
Director
Intramural Supervisor
Jim Parrish
Jim Parrish
7
F
$ 10,504
Exp.
Salary
PUBLICATIONS
Literary Magazine
Literary Magazine
Newspaper
Yearbook
Yearbook
STUDENT GOVERNMENT
Student Council
Student Council
CLUBS
Academic Pentathlon-Co
Enact
Mathletics Nat'l Jr Honor Society Co-Advisor
Nat'l Jr Honor Society Co-Advisor
Science Fair
BAND/CHORAL/ORCHESTRA
Band Director
Assistant Band Director
Choral Director
Orchestra
DRAMA
$
932
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