December, 2015 - Colonial Intermediate Unit 20

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ADDENDUM
December 9, 2015
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14. ACTION ITEMS
6.
Ap_pr_oyal - Award of Bid - Fuel Oil
Bids submitted by the Northampton/Monroe/Pike County Joint Purchasing Board have been properly
solicited, received, and tabulated for Fuel Oi l for the 2016-2017 school year. The CIU20 participating
dist ricts recommend the Colonial Intermediate Unit Board of Directo rs awarded to the lowest responsible
bidders meeting specifications. A copy of the bid tabulation will be provided at the meeting.
7. Approval - Local Wellness Policy I National School Lunch Program
It is recommended the Board approve the Local Wellness Policy as re qu ired by the National School
Lunch Program. ATTACHMENT 14.7
8.
Ap_pr_oyal - Change in Positio.ns
It is recommended the Board approve the following change in positions:
a.
From Treatment Coordinator for Partial Hospitalization (Level IV) to Supervisor for Outpatient and
Partial Hospitalization Programs (Level Ill) effective December 10, 201 5. Due to the eli mination of the
Level IV position in the Outpatient Program, this change in position is needed to ensure appropriate
supervision of the program. CIU20 Central Office.
b.
From Wraparound Facilitator (Cluster 9) to Management Assistant for Outpatient Services (Level V[b])
effective December 10, 2015. This change in position is needed due to the restructuring of the
management of the Outpatient Program. CIU20 Central Office.
9.
Approval - New Positions
It is recommended the Board approve the following new positions:
a.
Associate Teacher (1:1) effective October 22, 2015 and wi ll continue until student moves or no
longer needs service. The Stroudsburg Area SD has requested the Intermed iate Unit provide an
Associate Teacher to meet the needs of an individual student. (AS, Chipperfield Elementary, SASD)
Budget Amendment is attached. ATTACHMENT 14.9.a
b.
Associate Teacher (1:1) effective Novem ber 16, 2015 and will continu e until student moves or no
longer needs service. The East Stroudsburg Area SD has requested the Intermediate Un it provide an
Associate Teacher to meet the needs of an individual student. (AS, Stroudsburg Middle, SASD)
Budget Amendment is attached. ATTACHMENT 14.9.b
c.
Associate Teacher (1 :1) effective December 1, 2015 and will continue u ntil student moves or no
longer needs service. The East Stroudsburg Area SD has requested the Intermediate Unit provide an
Associate Teacher to meet the needs of an individual student. (ES, East Stroudsburg Ele mentary,
ESASD) Budget Amendment is attached. AIDCHMENT 14.9.c
d.
Associate Teacher (1:1) effective November 19, 2015 and will continue until student moves or no
longer needs service. Th e Northampton Area SD has requ ested the Intermed iate Unit provide an
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Associate Teacher t o meet the needs of an individual student. (LSS, Avona Elementary, Wilson Area
SD) Budget Amendment is attached. ATTACHMENT 14.9.d
e.
Associate Teacher (1:1) effective October 23, 2015 and will continue u ntil student moves or no
longer needs service. The East Stroudsburg Area SD has requested the Intermediate Unit provide an
Associate Teacher to meet the needs of an individual student. (PHP, JM Hill Elementary, ESASD)
Budget Amendment is attached. ATTACHMENT 14.9.e
f.
Mental Health Worker (1:1) effective December 7, 2015 and will continue until student moves or no
longer needs service. The East St roudsburg Area SD has requested t he Intermediate Un it provide an
Mental Health Wo rker to meet the needs of an individual student in their It inerant Emotional Support
Program. <District-operated Itinerant ES, JT Lambert Intermediate, ESASD) Budget Amendment is
attached. ATTACHMENT 14.9.f
g.
Associate Teacher (1:1) effective December 3, 2015 and will continue until student moves or no
longer needs service. The Pen Argyl Area SD has requested the Intermediate Unit provide an
Associate Teacher to meet the needs of an individual student. (LSS, Wind Gap Middle School,
PAASD) Budget Amendment is attached. ATTACHMENT 14.9.g
h.
(2) Bus Drivers and (2) Monitors effective December 10, 2015. The Northampton Area SD has
requested the Intermediate Unit provide two bus runs for the students in the Autistic Support
classes at Lehigh and Siegfried Elementary Schools. (There is no Budget Amendment)
10. Approval - Change Order t o Complete Septic System Repairs at Colonial Academ~
It is recommended the Board Change Order #1 in the amount of $4,361. The Memo randum detailing
the Change Order for repairs to the septic system at Colonial Academy is attached. ATTACHMENT 14.10
11. Ap_prov.al - Tenure
It is recommended the Board acknowledge the following individuals who have achieved tenure effective
the date listed:
Michelle Lavelle - November 5, 2015
Dani Whitehead - November 1, 2015
Annette Zettlemoyer - November 5, 20 15
12. Ap_prov.al - Renewal Lease Addendum with Bethlehem Area School District
It is recommended the Board approve the Renewal Lease Addendum with Bethlehem Area SD, to lease
the former SPARK building for the Early Intervention Program. This agreement with be in effect from
January 1, 20 16 to June 30, 2020, and shall not exceed $596,250. ATTACHMENT 14.12
13. Approval - Agreement with Tuscarora Intermediate UniLll
It is recommended the Board approve the agreement between Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 and
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11 for the Bureau of Early Intervention Services - Results Grant in the
amount of $10,104.70. This agreement is in effect from September 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016.
ATTACHMENT 14.13
ADDENDUM
December 9, 2015
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14. Ap.~e.s.ci.ru:LResignation
It is re commended the Board rescind the resignation of Kaitlin Gabriel, which was approved at the
October, 2015 board meeting. Her termination date was to be December 14, 2015.
15. IerminatLons.
It is recommended the Board approve the terminations and Resolutions of:
a.
b.
c.
Employee #053007 - effective December 9, 2015
Employee #002232 - effective December 9, 2015
Employee #006912 - effective December 9, 2015
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15. PERSONNEL ITEMS
B. RESIGNATIONS
It is recommended the Board accept the following Resignations:
Name
eositioo
Effectille Date
Reas_on
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William Elliott
Linda Fiorot
Transportation Bus Driver
Transportation Bus Driver
December 31, 2015
November 24, 2015
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Sonya Isaacs
Associate Teacher (1:1)
December 11, 2015
Retirement
Dissatisfaction with
wages or conditions.
Other Reasons
Dissatisfaction with
wages or conditions.
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C. JOB STATUS CHANGES
It is recommended the Board approve the following Job Status Changes:
Name
As.s.igoment
4
Nicole Baker
5
Brandon Mihalko
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Debora Mancuso
From Treatment Coordinator for Partial
Hospitalization Programs (Level IV) to
Supervisor of Outpatient and Partial
Hospitalization Programs (Level Ill)
(CIU20 Office)
From Wraparound Facilitator (Cluster 9
[12 months)) to Management Assistant
for Outpatient Program (Level V(b))
(CIU20 Office)
From Long-term Substitute to Full-time
Mental Healt h Treatment Specialist
(PHP, Asa Packer Elementary, BASD)
~
$86,741 (Level Ill)
Effectille
$46,783 (Level V[b))
December 10, 2015
Rem ains the same
January 4, 2016
December 10, 2015
D. APPOINTMENTS
It is recommended the Board approve the following Appointments:
Name
As.s.ignment
Salar}t
Effectille Date
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Kyle Baumann
Full-time Associate Teacher (1 :1) (AS,
Colonial Early Learning Center, BASD)
$16,552.75 (Cluster 7,
Step 1 - HS/ HQ)
17
Amy Kossyk
$20,552.75 (Cluster 7,
Step 1 - BS/BA)
18
Debora Mancuso
19
Irma MedinaRodriguez
Tracey
Monaghan
Shawn Ruppert
Full-time Associate Teacher (ES,
Northampton Middle, Northampton Area
SD)
Long-term Substitute Mental Health
Treatment Specialist (PHP, Asa Packer
Element ary, BASD)
Full-time Associate Teacher (AS,
Clearview Elementary, BASD)
Full-time TPE Teacher (MDS, JT
Lambert Intermed iate, ESASD)
Long-term Substitute Teacher (AS,
Nazareth Intermediate, NASD)
December 2, 2015
and will continue
until student moves
or no longer needs
service
December 7, 2015
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$50,459 (Step 1, Master's)
October 13, 2015
$16,552.75 (Cluster 7,
Step 1 - HS/ HQ)
$48,330 (Step 1 - BS/ BA)
December 11, 2015
January 4, 2016
$48,330 (Step 1 - BS/ BA)
December 2, 2015
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E. SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENTS TO CURRENT POSITIONS
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6
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Name
Rate
Se.olke
Effecti'.'e Dates
Ingrid Adams
(Teacher)
Elizabeth
Kantzaridis
(Program
Specialist)
Michelle Favorito
(Speech
Therapist)
Not to exceed $500
Mentoring of a new professional
(Shawn Ruppert)
Mentoring of a new professional
(Tracey Monaghan)
December 2, 2015 - December
1, 2016
January 4, 2016 - October 4,
2016 (continuation of mentoring
period th at was approved
October, 2015)
December 1, 2015 - June 3,
2016
Not to exceed $500
(prorated)
Contractual hourly
rate for as many
hours requested by
district, plus
mileage
Northampton Area SD is
requesting Speech and
Language services for a homebound student
F. CONTRACTS FOR PAYMENT
Attacbrneat
F.4
Name
King, Spry, Herman,
Freund & Faul, LLC
F.5
Lancaster-Lebanon
IU13
F.6
Manpower
F.7
Schoology, Inc.
Se.olke
Ms. Erin Gilsbach will provide trainin g for
CIU20 administrators on conducting sound
investigations
IU13 will provide a two day training entitled
"McGrath - Lead with SUCCEED Training"
Will provide temporary clerical support
services for the Transportation Department in
the capacity of a Secretary
Will work with CIU20 in supporting Bangor
Area SD in providing a digital learning
environment that promotes learning,
communication and collaboration inside and
outside the classroom
Rate
Not to exceed
$500
$400 per
participant. Not t o
exceed $12,000
$21/hour, for 245
hours. Not to
exceed $5,145
Not to exceed
$29,900
Effecti'.'e Dates
January 19, 2016
December 14 & 15,
2015
November 23, 2015
- January 15, 2016
July 1, 2016 - June
30, 2019
G. REVENUE GENERATING CONTRACTS FOR SERVICE
Name
Attacbrneat
G.4
Bangor Area SD
G.5
Bethlehem Area SD
G.6
East Stroudsburg
Area SD
Se.olke
CIU20 will provide the Bangor Area SD with
Schoology, a digital learning environment that
promotes learning, communication and
collaboration inside and outside the
classroom
CIU20 Training and Consulting (Ta() Staff will
provide Leadership Literacy Training at
Lincoln Elementary School in the BASD
CIU20 will provide Literacy Coaching to assist
with school readiness goals.
Rate
Not to exceed
$32,900
$900/day, for up
to 50 days. Not to
exceed $45,000
$900/ day, for up
to 16 days. Not to
exceed $14,400
Effecti'.'e Dates
July 1, 2016 - June
30, 2019
January 4, 20 16 May 24, 2016
January 4, 2016 May 24, 2016
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H. SUBSTITUTE LISTS
It is recommended the Board approve placement of the following individuals on the Substitute Lists
indicated as per the effective dates as noted:
1.
2.
I.
Substitute Teachers
Deborah Battis
December 14, 2015
Kevin McNamee
December 14, 2015
Tereick Hayles
Jared Tafel
December 14, 2015
December 14, 2015
Kevin McNamee
December 14, 2015
Substitute Associate Teachers
Deborah Battis
December 14, 2015
Jared Tafel
December 14, 2015
PROVIDER 50 LISTS
It is recommended the following individuals be placed on the Provider 50 List in the areas and on the
effective dates listed:
a. Behavior Specialist/Consultant - Master's
Bruce Tinor - December 11, 2015
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b. Therapeutic Staff Support
Khayola Duviella-Jiggetts - December
11, 2015
Bruce Tinor - December 11, 2015
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ADDENDUM
ATIACHMENTS
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NSLP Sponsor Name
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Colon ial Intermediate Unit 20
AUN/PEARS Agreement No._1_2-'-0--'0-'-0_-0~0-'-0-'
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1.
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The National School Lunch Program sponsor will fully implement the Pennsylvania
Department of Education' s Nutrition Standards for Competitive Foods in Pennsylvania Schools
(revised July 2008), as written (or stricter) in at least one building.
2.
The National School Lunch Program sponsor will not fully implement the
Pennsylvania Department of Education's Nutrition Standards for Competitive Foods in
Pennsylvania Schools (revised July 2008), as written (or stric ter) in at least one building. This is
for schools not intending to earn the additional state reimbursement rates from the School
Nutrition Incentive (SNI).
TO BE CIRCULATED BY SUPERINTENDENT OR CHIEF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR
Please complete all signature lines. If any signature line is not applicable, write "NI A" and the reason
that it is not applicable.
Please print Dr. Charlene Brennan, Executive Director
(Superintendent or Chief Administrator)
Signatuc~--tf ~2/0912015
Date
Please printHans Baltzersen, Assistant to the Executive Signature
Director for Management Services
12/09/2015
Date
Please print Gretchen Leslie
(Food Service Director)
Signature_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __
Date
Please print
Signature_ __ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ _ _
Date
Carolyn Krotowski. Principal
(Person in charge of implementing
Local Wellness Policy)
Please print Dr. Michae l Baird. President
(Sc)10ol Board Representative)
Signature_ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _. .l. ......
2/~09/2015
Date
Please return this form to:
Di vision of Food and Nutrition
Pennsylvania Department of Education
Attention: Local Wellness Policy Amendment Form
333 Market Street, 4th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17126-0333
Revi~ed
November 2009
Colonial IU20 Wellness Policy
Table of Contents
Introduction .... .. ... .... .... . ... .... ... .. ..... . ... ... .. ....... ... . ..... .. .... ... ..... . 2
School Wellness Committee .. . ..... .. ................ .. ........ . .... .. ........... 3
Wellness Policy Implementation, Monitoring,
Accountab ility, and Community Engagement .... .. ......................... .4
Nutrition ... .. ... . .... ... .. .. . ..... . ........... . ..... . ....... ........... ... ... .... ....... 6
Physical Activity ... ..... . ..... . . ......... .. . .. ..... ... .. ...... .. .... .. .. . .... .. ....... 9
Other Activities that Promote Student Wellness .............. ... .......... 10
Appendix A: School Level Contacts .................... .. ...... ... .. ...... .... 11
Adopted from : http://healthymeals.nal.usda.gov/local-wellness-policy-resources/rnodel-wellnesspolicies
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Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 Wellness Policy
Introduction
Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, Colonial Academy (hereto referred to as the District) is committed
to the optimal development of every student. The Colonial Academy believes that for students to
have the opportunity to achieve personal, academic, developmental, and social success, we need
to create positive, safe, and health-promoting learn ing environments at every level, in every
setting, throughout the school year.
Research shows that two components, good nutrition and physical activity before, during, and
after the school day, are strongly correlated with positive student outcomes. For example,
student participation in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) School Breakfast Program is
associated with higher grades and standardized test scores, lower absenteeism, and better
performance on cognitive tasks. 1' 2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7 Conversely, less-than-adequate consumption of specific
foods including fruits, vegetables , and dairy products, is associated with lower grades among
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students. • · In addition, students who are physically active through active transport to and from
school, recess, physical activity breaks, high-quality physical education, and extracurricular
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activities - do better academically. • • ·
This policy outlines the Colonial Academy approach to ensuring environments and opportunities
for all students to practice healthy eating and physical activity behaviors throughout the school
day while minimizing commercial distractions. Specifically, this policy establishes goals and
procedures to ensure that:
Students in the IU20, Colonial Academy have access to healthy foods throughout the school
day- through participating in the schools (CEP) community eligibility program as well as
other foods available throughout the school campus-in accordance with Federal and state
nutrition standards;
Students receive quality nutrition education that helps them develop lifelong healthy eating
behaviors;
Students have opportunities to be physically active during school;
Schools engage in nutrition and physical activity promotion and other activities that promote
student wellness;
School staff are encouraged and supported to practice healthy physical activity behavior in
school;
The District establishes and maintains an infrastructure for managem ent, oversight,
implementation, communication about, and monitoring of the policy and its established goals
and objectives.
This policy applies to all students and staff within Colonial Academy.
Adopted from: http://healthymeals.nal.usda.gov/local-wellness-policy-resources/model-wellnesspolicies
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I.
School Wellness Committee
Committee Role and Membership
The Colonial Academy will convene a representative (CAWC) Colonial Academy wellness
committee that meets at least four times per year to establish goals for and oversee school health
and safety policies and programs, including development, implementation, and periodic review
and update of this Colonial Academy wellness policy (heretofore referred as "wellness policy").
The CAWC membership will represent all school levels (middle school and secondary schools)
and include (to the extent possible), but not be limited to: parents and caregivers; students;
representatives of the school nutrition program (ex., school nutrition director); physical education
teachers; health education teachers; school health professionals (ex. , health education teachers,
school health services staff [i.e., nurses, physicians, dentists, health educators, and other allied
health personnel who provide school health services], and mental health and social services staff
[i.e., school counselors, psychologists, social workers, or psychiatrists]; school administrators
(ex., superintendent, principal, vice principal), school board members; health professionals (ex.,
dietitians, doctors, nurses, dentists); and the general public. To the extent possible, the DWC will
include representatives from each school building and reflect the diversity of the community.
Leadership
The Superintendent or designee(s) will convene the CAWC and facilitate development of and
updates to the wellness policy, and will ensure each school's compliance with the policy.
Name
Title
Email address
Role
Carolyn Krotowski
Principal
[email protected] .org
Head administrator
Gretchen Leslie
Food Director
[email protected]
Breakfast & Lunch
Coordinator
JR Poster
PE Teacher
[email protected]
Health and education
Dario Chavez
Culinary Arts
Instructor
[email protected]
Culinary arts
education
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II.
Wellness Policy Implementation, Monitoring, Accountability, and
Community Engagement
Implementation Plan
The Colonial Academy will develop and maintain a plan for implementation to manage and
coordinate the execution of this wellness policy. The plan delineates roles, responsibilities,
actions, and timelines specific to each school, and includes information about who will be
responsible to make what change, by how much, where, and when, as well as specific goals and
objectives for nutrition standards for all foods and beverages available on the school campus,
food and beverage marketing, nutrition promotion and education and physical education. It is
recommended that the school use the Healthy Schools Program online tools to complete a school
level assessment based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's School Health
Index, create an action plan that fosters implementation .
This wellness policy can be found at: www.ciu20. org. Click on colonial academy
Recordkeeping
The District will retain records to document compliance with the requirements of the wellness
policy at Colonial Academy Main Office, Food Director Office, Kitchen and/or on District's central
computer network. Documentation maintained in this location will include but will not be limited
to:
The written wellness policy
Colonial Academy food service contract with Pen Argyl School District
Documentation of annual policy review
Meeting minutes from the CAWC
Annual Progress Reports
The District will compile and publish an annual report to share basic information about the
wellness policy and report on the progress of the schools within the district in meeting wellness
goals. This annual report will be published around the same time each year [September] and will
include information from the Academy. This report will include, but is not limited to:
The website address for the wellness policy and/or how the public can receive/access a copy
of the wellness policy;
A description of each school's progress in meeting the wellness policy goals;
A summary the school's events or activities related to wellness policy implementation;
The name, position title, and contact information of the designated District policy leader(s)
identified in Section I; and
Information on how individuals and the public can get involved with the CAWC.
The annual report will be available in [English and in Spanish when requested]
The Colonial Academy will actively notify households/families of the availability of the annual
report.
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The CAWC, will establish and monitor goals and objectives for the District's schools, specific and
appropriate for each instructional unit (middle and secondary school) for each of the contentspecific components listed in Sections 111-V of this policy.
Triennial Progress Assessments
At least once every three years, the District will evaluate compliance with the wellness policy to
assess the implementation of the policy and include:
The extent to which schools under the jurisdiction of the District are in compliance with the
wellness policy;
The extent to which the District's wellness policy compares to the Alliance for a Healthier
Generation's model wellness policy; and
A description of the progress made in attaining the goals of the District's wellness pol icy.
The position/person responsible for managing the triennial assessment and contact information is
Gretchen Leslie. Food Service Director
The CAW C will monitor schools' compliance with this wellness policy.
The Colonial Academy will actively notify households/families of the availability of the triennial
progress report.
Revisions and Updating the Policy
The CAWC will update or modify the wellness policy based on the results of the annual progress
reports and triennial assessments , and/or as District priorities change; community needs change;
wellness goals are met; new health science, information, and technology emerges; and new
Federal or state guidance or standards are issued. The wellness policy will be assessed and
updated as indicated at least every three years, following the triennial assessment.
Community Involvement, Outreach, and Communications
The District is committed to being responsive to community input, which begins with awareness of
the wellness policy. The District will actively communicate ways in which representatives of
CAWC and others can participate in the development, implementation, and periodic review and
update of the wellness policy through a variety of means appropriate for that district. The District
will also inform parents of the improvements that have been made to school meals and
compliance with school meal standards, availability of child nutrition programs and how to apply,
and a description of and compliance with Smart Snacks in School nutrition standards. The
District will use electronic mechanisms, such as email or displaying notices on the district's
website, as well as non-electronic mechanisms, such as newsletters, presentations to parents, or
sending information home to parents, to ensure that all families are actively notified of the content
of, implementation of, and updates to the wellness policy, as well as how to get involved and
support the policy. The Colonial Academy will ensure that communications are culturally and
linguistically appropriate to the community, and accomplished through means similar to other
ways that the district and individual schools are communicating other important school
information with parents.
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The District will actively notify the public about the content of or any updates to the wellness
policy annually, at a minimum. The District will also use these mechanisms to inform the
community about the availability of the annual and triennial reports .
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Nutrition
School Meals
Our school district is committed to serving healthy meals to children, with plenty of fruits,
vegetables, whole grains, and fat-free and low-fat milk; moderate in sodium, low in saturated fat,
and zero grams trans fat per serving (nutrition label or manufacturer's specification); and to meet
the nutrition needs of school children within their calorie requirements. The school meal programs
aim to improve the diet and health of school children, help mitigate childhood obesity, model
healthy eating to support the development of lifelong healthy eating patterns, and support healthy
choices while accommodating cultural food preferences and special dietary needs.
Colonial Academy in collaboration with Pen Argyl School District will participate in USDA child
nutrition programs, including the National School Lunch Program (NSLP); The School Breakfast
Program (SBP); The District also operates additional nutrition-related programs and activities that
are committed to offering school meals through the NSLP and SBP programs that:
Are accessible to all students;
Are appealing and attractive to children;
Are served in clean and pleasant settings;
Meet or exceed current nutrition requirements established by local, state, and Federal
statutes and regulations. (The District offers reimbursable school meals that meet USDA
nutrition standards.)
Promote healthy food and beverage choices using at least ten of the following Smarter
Lunchroom techniques:
Whole fruit options are displayed in attractive bowls or baskets (instead of chaffing dishes
or hotel pans)
Sliced or cut fruit is available daily
Daily fruit options are displayed in a location in the line of sight and reach of students
All available vegetable options have been given creative or descriptive names
Daily vegetable options are bundled into all grab and go meals available to students
All staff members, especially those serving, have been trained to politely prompt students
to select and consume the daily vegetable options with their meal
White milk is placed in front of other beverages in all coolers
A reimbursable meal can be created in any service area available to students (e.g., salad
bars, snack rooms, etc.)
Daily announcements are used to promote and market menu options
Menus will be posted on the Academy website or individual school websites, and will include
nutrient content and ingredients.
Menus will be created/reviewed by a Registered Dietitian or other certified nutrition
professional, with Pen Argyl school district.
School meals are administered by a team of child nutrition professionals.
The District child nutrition program will accommodate students with special dietary needs.
Students will be allowed at least 30 minutes to eat breakfast and at least 30 minutes to eat
lunch, counting from the time they have received their meal and are seated (meets HSP Gold
le vel). Students are served lunch at a reasonable and appropriate time of day.
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Participation in federal child nutrition programs will be promoted among students and families
to help ensure that families know what programs are available in their children's school.
Staff Qualifications and Professional Development
All school nutrition program directors, managers, and staff will meet or exceed hiring and
annual continuing education/training requirements in the USDA professional standards for
child nutrition professionals. These school nutrition personnel will refer to USDA's
Professional Standards for School Nutrition Standards website to search for training that
meets their learning needs.
Water
To promote hydration, drinking fountains are available to students to have cool, clean drinking
water throughout the day.
Competitive Foods and Beverages
Competitive foods and beverages are not available to students
To support healthy food choices and improve student health and well-being, all foods and
beverages outside the reimbursable school meal programs that are sold to students on the school
campus during the school day will meet or exceed the USDA Smart Snacks nutrition standards.
These standards will apply in all locations and through all services where foods and beverages
are sold, which may include, but are not limited to vending machines, school stores, and snack or
food carts
Celebrations and Rewards
All foods offered on the school campus will meet or exceed the USDA Smart Snacks in School
nutrition standards including through:
1.
2.
Rewards and incentives. The District will provide teachers and other relevant school staff a
list of alternative ways to reward children. Foods and beverages will not be used as a reward,
or withheld as punishment for any reason, such as for performance or behavior.
Parents or students will not provide outside foods in the school to be shared for celebration
Fundraising
Foods and beverages that meet or exceed the USDA Smart Snacks in Schools nutrition
standards may be sold through fundraisers on the school campus* during the school day*. The
District will make available to parents and teachers a list of healthy fundra ising ideas [examples
from the Alliance for a Healthier Generation and the USDAJ.
[Given the pervasiveness of food fundraisers in many schools and the wide availability of
profitable, healthy fundraising options, additional policy language is encouraged:
Fundraising during and outside school hours will sell only non-food items or foods and
beverages that meet or exceed the Smart Snacks nutrition standards. Any food utilized as a
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food raiser will be reviewed and approved by the Food Service Director. Food sales will be
limited to three sales per year.
Nutrition Promotion
Nutrition promotion and education positively influence lifelong eating behaviors by using
evidence-based techniques and nutrition messages, and by creating food environments that
encourage healthy nutrition choices and encourage participation in school meal programs.
Students and staff will receive consistent nutrition messages throughout schools, classrooms,
gymnasiums, and cafeterias.
The District will promote healthy food and beverage choices for all students throughout the school
campus, as well as encourage participation in school meal programs. This promotion will occur
through at least:
Promoting foods and beverages that meet the USDA Smart Snacks in School nutrition
standards. Additional possible promotion techniques that the District and individual schools
may use are available at www.healthiergeneration.org/smartsnacks .
Nutrition Education
The District aims to teach, model, encourage, and support healthy eating by students. Schools
will provide nutrition education and engage in nutrition promotion that:
Is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to promote and
protect their health;
Is part of not only health education classes, but also integrated into other classroom
instruction through subjects such as math, science, language arts, social sciences, and
elective subjects;
Include enjoyable, developmentally-appropriate, culturally-relevant, and participatory
activities, such as cooking demonstrations or lessons, promotions, taste-testing, and school
gardens.
Emphasize caloric balance between food intake and energy expenditure (promotes physical
activity/exercise);
Teach media literacy with an emphasis on food and beverage marketing; and
Essential Healthy Eating Topics in Health Education
The District will include in the health education curriculum the following essential topics on
healthy eating:
The relationship between healthy eating and personal health and disease prevention
Food guidance from MyPlate
Reading and using USDA's food labels
Eating a variety of foods every day
Balancing food intake and physical activity
Eating more fruits, vegetables, and whole grain products
Choosing foods that are low in fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol and do not contain trans fat
Choosing foods and beverages with little added sugars
Eating more calcium-rich foods
Preparing healthy meals and snacks
Risks of unhealthy weight control practices
Accepting body size differences
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Food safety
Importance of water consumption
Importance of eating breakfast
Making healthy choices when eating at restaurants
Eating disorders
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans
Reducing sodium intake
Social influences on healthy eating, including media, family, peers, and culture
How to find valid information or services related to nutrition and dietary behavior
How to develop a plan and track progress toward achieving a personal goal to eat healthfully
Resisting peer pressure related to unhealthy dietary behavior
Influencing, supporting, or advocating for others' healthy dietary behavior
USDA's Team Nutrition provides free nutrition education and promotion materials , including
standards-based nutrition education curricula and lesson plans, posters, interactive games, menu
graphics, and more.
IV.
Physical Activity
Colonial Academy will ensure that opportunities for, physical education are provided for all
students. Physical activity during the school day (including but not limited to recess, physical
activity breaks, or physical education) will not be withheld as punishment for any reason.
To the extent practicable, the District will ensure that its grounds and facilities are safe and that
equipment is available to students to be active. The District will conduct necessary inspections
and repairs.
Physical Education
Colonial Academy will provide students with physical education, using an age-appropriate,
sequential physical education curriculum consistent with national and state standards for physical
education. The physical education curriculum will promote the benefits of a physically active
lifestyle and will help students develop skills to engage in lifelong healthy habits, as well as
incorporate essential health education concepts All students will be provided equal opportunity to
participate in physical education classes. The District will make appropriate accommodations to
allow for equitable participation for all students and will adapt physical education classes and
equipment as necessary. .
Essential Physical Activity Topics in Health Education
The Colonial Academy will include in the health education curriculum the following essential
topics on physical activity:
The physical , psychological, or social benefits of physical activity
How physical activity can contribute to a healthy weight
How physical activity can contribute to the academic learning process
How an inactive lifestyle contributes to chronic disease
Health-related fitness, that is, cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular
strength, flexibility, and body composition
Differences between physical activity, exercise, and fitness
Phases of an exercise session, that is, warm up, workout, and cool down
Overcoming barriers to physical activity
Decreasing sedentary activities, such as TV watching
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Opportunities for physical activity in the community
Preventing injury during physical activity
Weather-related safety, for example, avoiding heat stroke, hypothermia, and sunburn while
being physically active
How much physical activity is enough, that is, determining frequency, intensity, time, and type
of physical activity
Developing an individualized physical activity and fitness plan
Monitoring progress toward reaching goals in an individualized physical activity plan
Dangers of using performance-enhancing drugs, such as steroids
Social influences on physical activity, including media, family, peers, and culture
How to find valid information or services related to physical activity and fitness
How to influence, support, or advocate for others to engage in physical activity
How to resist peer pressure that discourages physical activity
V.
Other Activities that Promote Student Wellness
The District will integrate wellness activities across the entire school setting, not just in the
cafeteria, other food and beverage venues, and physical activity facilities. The District will
coordinate and integrate other initiatives related to physical activity, physical education, nutrition,
and other wellness components so all efforts are complementary, not duplicative, and work
towards the same set of goals and objectives promoting student well-being, optimal development,
and strong educational outcomes.
Schools in the District are encouraged to coordinate content across curricular areas that promote
student health, such as teaching nutrition concepts in mathematics, with consultation provided by
either the school or the District's curriculum experts.
All efforts related to obtaining federal, state, or association recognition for efforts, or
grants/funding opportunities for healthy school environments will be coordinated with and
complementary of the wellness policy, including but not limited to ensuring the involvement of the
DWC/SWC.
between academics and health and the ways in which health and wellness are integrated into
ongoing district reform or academic improvement plans/efforts.
Policy date: 7/29/2009,
Reviewed: 6/1012010, 912412015
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Appendix A: School Level Contacts
School
Name
Title
Email Address
Role
Colonial
Academy
Gretchen Leslie
Food Service
Director
[email protected]
Food Service
Director
1 Bradley, B, Green, AC. Do Health and Education Agencies in the United States Share Responsibility fo r Academic
Achievement and Health? A Review of 25 years of Evidence About the Relationsh ip of Adolescents' Academic
Achievement and Health Behaviors, journal of Adolescent Health. 2013; 52(5):523-532.
2 Meyers AF, Sampson AE, Weitzman M, Rogers BL, Kayne H. School breakfast program and school performance.
America n journal of Diseases of Children. 1989; 143(10):1234- 1239.
3 Murphy JM. Breakfast and learning: an updated r eview. Current Nutrition & Food Science. 2007; 3:3-36.
4 Murphy JM, Pagano ME, Nachmani J, Sperling P, Kane S, IGeinman RE. The relationship of school breakfast to
psychosocial and academic functioning: Cross-s ectional and longitudinal observations in an inner-city school
sample. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. 1998;152(9):899-907.
s Pollitt E, Mathews R. Breakfast and cognition: an integrative summary. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
1998; 67(4), 804S-813S.
6 Rampersaud GC, Perei ra MA, Girard BL, Adams J, Metz! JD. Breakfast habits, nutritional status, body weight, and
academic performance in children and adolescents. Journal of the American Dietetic Association.
2 005;105(5):743-760, quiz 761-762.
7 Taras, H. Nutrition and student performance at school. Journal of School Health. 2005;75(6):199- 213.
8 MacLellan D, Taylor J, Wood K. Food intake and academic performan ce among adolescents. Canadian Journal of
Dietetic Practice and Research. 2008;69(3) :141- 144.
9 Neumark-Sztainer D, Story M, Dixon LB, Resnick MD, Blum RW. Correlates of inadequate consumption of dairy
products among adolescents. Journal of Nutrition Education. 1997;29(1):12- 20.
10 Neumark-Sztainer D, Story M, Resnick MD, Blum RW. Correlates of inadequate fru it and vegetable
consumption among adolescents. Preventive Med icine. 1996;25(5):497-505.
11 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The association between school-based physical activity, including
physical education, and academic performance. Atlanta, GA: US Departme nt of Health and Human Services, 2010.
12 Singh A, Uijtdewilligne L, Twisk J, van Mechel en W, Chinapaw M. Physical activity and performance at school: A
systematic review of the literature including a methodological quality assessment Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med,
2012; 166(1):49-55.
13 Haapala E, Poikkeus A-M, Kukkonen-Harjula K, Tompuri T, Lintu N, Vaisto J, Leppanen P, Laaksonen D, Lindi V,
Lakka T. Association ofphysical activity and sedentary behavior with academic skills - A follow-up study among
primary school children. PLoS ONE, 2014; 9(9): e107031.
14 Hillman C, Pontifex M, Castelli D, Khan N, Raine L, Scudder M, Drollette E, Moore R, Wu C-T, Kamijo K. Effects of
the FITKids randomized control trial 9n executive control and brain function. Pediatrics 2014; 134(4): e10631071.
1 5 Cha nge Lab Solutions. (2014). District Policy Restricting the Advertising ofFood and Beverages Not Permitted to
be Sold on School Grounds. Retrieved from http: //changelabsolutions.org/publi cations/district-policy-schoolfood -ads.
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ATTACHMENT 14.9 a
One on One Support Budget
Amendm ent
Anticipated Revenues & Expenditures
2015-2016
Revenues
7000 State Sources:
Revenue for Social Security
Revenue for Retirement
$
$
$
590
1,940
2,530
$
28,200
TOTAL REVENUES
$
30,730
Instruction
$
30,730
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
$
30,730
9000 Other Financing Sources:
Support By Direct Contributions
Expenditures
Footnotes: The following staff is included in this amendment:
Associate Teacher
.-
1.0
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
2015-2016
FUNCTION 1233 -AUTISTIC SUPPORT
Object Code
190
192
213
220
221
230
231
250
260
271
272
275
276
580
Increase
Amount
Description
Salaries, Aides
Salaries, Sub. Aides
Life Insurance
FICA
FICA (State's Share)
Retirement
Retirement (State's Share)
Unemployment Compensation
Workers' Compensation
Medical Insurance - Self
Dental Insurance - Self
Vision Insurance - Self
Prescription Insurance - Self
Travel
TOTAL
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
14,960
240
80
590
590
1,940
1,940
80
310
7,300
680
70
1,800
150
30,730
AITACHMENT 14.9.b
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
Anticipated Revenues & Expenditures
2015-2016
Revenues
7000 State Sources:
Revenue for Social Security
Revenue for Retirement
$
$
$
530
1,730
2,260
$
25,080
TOTAL REVENUES
$
27,340
Instruction
$
27,340
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
$
27,340
9000 Other Financing Sources:
Support By Direct Contributions
Expenditures
Footnotes: The following staff is included in this amendment:
Associate Teacher
1.0
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
2015-2016
FUNCTION 1233 - AUTISTIC SUPPORT
Object Code
190
192
213
220
221
230
231
250
260
271
272
275
276
580
Increase
Amount
Description
Salaries, Aides
Salaries, Sub. Aides
Life Insurance
FICA
FICA (State's Share)
Retirement
Retirement (State's Share)
Unemployment Compensation
Workers' Compensation
Medical Insurance - Self
Dental Insurance - Self
Vision Insurance - Self
Prescription Insurance - Self
Travel
TOTAL
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
13,390
240
70
530
530
1,730
1,730
70
280
6,390
590
60
1,580
150
27,340
AITACHMENT 14 9._c
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
Anticipated Revenues & Expenditures
2015-2016
Revenues
7000 State Sources:
Revenue for Social Security
Revenue for Retirement
$
$
$
490
1,610
2,100
$
22,720
TOTAL REVENUES
$
24,820
Instruction
$
24,820
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
$
24,820
9000 Other Financing Sources:
Support By Direct Contributions
Expenditures
Footnotes: The following staff is included in this amendment:
Associate Teacher
1.0
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
2015-2016
FUNCTION 1231 - EMOTIONAL SUPPORT
Object Code
190
192
213
220
221
230
231
250
260
271
272
275
276
580
Increase
Amount
Description
Salaries, Aides
Salaries, Sub. Aides
Life Insurance
FICA
FICA (State's Share)
Retirement
Retirement (State's Share)
Unemployment Compensation
Workers' Compensation
Medical Insurance - Self
Dental Insurance - Self
Vision Insurance - Self
Prescription Insurance - Self
Travel
TOTAL
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
12,450
240
60
490
490
1,610
1,610
70
260
5,480
510
50
1,350
150
24,820
ATTACHMENT 14 9 d
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
Anticipated Revenues & Expenditures
2015-2016
Revenues
7000 State Sources:
Revenue for Social Security
Revenue for Retirement
$
$
$
530
1,730
2,260
$
25,080
TOTAL REVENUES
$
27,340
Instruction
$
27,340
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
$
27,340
9000 Other Financing Sources :
Support By Direct Contributions
Expenditures
Footnotes: The following staff is included in this amendment:
Associate Teacher
1.0
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
2015-2016
FUNCTION 1211 - LIFE SKILLS SUPPORT
Object Code
190
192
213
220
221
230
231
250
260
271
272
275
276
580
Increase
Amount
Description
Salaries, Aides
Salaries, Sub. Aides
Life Insurance
FICA
FICA (State's Share)
Retirement
Retirement (State's Share)
Unemployment Compensation
Workers' Compensation
Medical Insurance - Self
Dental Insurance - Self
Vision Insurance - Self
Prescription Insurance - Self
Travel
TOTAL
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
13,390
240
70
530
530
1,730
1,730
70
280
6,390
590
60
1,580
150
27,340
ATTACHMENT 14.9.e
One on One Support Budget
Am endment
Anticipated Revenues & Expenditures
2015-2016
Revenues
7000 State Sources:
Revenue for Social Security
Revenue for Retirement
$
$
$
590
1,940
2,530
$
28,200
TOTAL REVENUES
$
30,730
Instruction
$
30,730
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
$
30,730
9000 Other Financing Sources:
Support By Direct Contributions
Expenditures
Footnotes: The following staff is included in this amendment:
Associate Teach er
1.0
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
2015-2016
FUNCTION 1232 - EMOTIONAL SUPPORT PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION
Object Code
190
192
213
220
221
230
231
250
260
271
272
275
276
580
Increase
Amount
Description
Salaries, Aides
Salaries, Sub. Aides
Life Insurance
FICA
FICA (State's Share)
Retirement
Retirement (State's Share)
Unemployment Compensation
Workers' Compensation
Medical Insurance - Self
Dental Insurance - Self
Vision Insurance - Self
Prescription Insurance - Self
Travel
TOTAL
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
14,960
240
80
590
590
1,940
1,940
80
310
7,300
680
70
1,800
150
30,730
AUACHMENT 14.9.f
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
Anticipated Revenues & Expenditures
2015-2016
Revenues
7000 State Sources:
Revenue for Social Security
Revenue for Retirement
$
$
$
670
2,230
2,900
$
28,370
TOTAL REVENUES
$
31,270
Instruction
$
31 ,270
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
$
31,270
9000 Other Financing Sources:
Support By Direct Contributions
Expenditures
Footnotes: The following staff is included in this amendment:
Mental Health Worker
1.0
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
2015-2016
FUNCTION 1231 - EMOTIONAL SUPPORT
Object Code
190
192
213
220
221
230
231
250
260
271
272
275
276
580
Increase
Amount
Description
Salaries , Aides
Salaries, Sub. Aides
Life Insurance
FICA
FICA (State's Share)
Retirement
Retirement (State's Share)
Unemployment Compensation
Workers' Compensation
Medical Insurance - Self
Dental Insurance - Self
Vision Insurance - Self
Prescription Insurance - Self
Travel
TOTAL
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
17,190
240
60
670
670
2,230
2,230
90
350
5,480
510
50
1,350
150
31,270
ATTACHMENT 14.9.g
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
Anticipated Revenues & Expenditures
2015-2016
Revenues
7000 State Sources:
Revenue for Social Security
Revenue for Retirement
$
$
$
530
1,730
2,260
$
23,840
TOTAL REVENUES
$
26,100
Instruction
$
26,100
TOTAL EXPENDITURES
$
26,100
9000 Other Financing Sources :
Support By Direct Contributions
Expenditures
Footnotes: The following staff is included in this amendment:
Associate Teach er
1.0
One on One Support Budget
Amendment
2015-2016
FUNCTION 1211 - LIFE SKILLS SUPPORT
Object Code
190
192
213
220
221
230
231
250
260
271
272
275
276
580
Increase
Amount
Description
Salaries, Aides
Salaries, Sub. Aides
Life Insurance
FICA
FICA (State's Share)
Retirement
Retirement (State's Share)
Unemployment Compensation
Workers' Compensation
Medical Insurance - Self
Dental Insurance - Self
Vision Insurance - Self
Prescription Insurance - Self
Travel
TOTAL
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
13,390
240
60
530
530
1,730
1,730
70
280
5,480
510
50
1,350
150
26,100
MEMORANDUM
AITACHMENT 14.10
TO:
THOMAS KALINOSKI
SKIP FLOWERS
COLONIAL INTERMEDIATE UNIT 20
FROM:
BILL NISWENDER
D'HUY ENGINEERING, INC.
RE:
COLONIAL INTERMEDIATE UNIT 20
ACADEMY SAND MOUND REPAIRS
DEi PROJECT NO. 18013
DATE:
OCTOBER 30, 2015
During reconstrnction of the Sand Mound Septic System the following unforeseen items have
been identified to extend the life of the system and complete the repair work.
1. The existing rail assembly system with cast base elbows has significant deterioration and
should be replaced, the deterioration is at the base of the assembly which was not
accessible during design surveys. The proposed cost to replace this assembly is $5,825.00
(see attached proposal from Simon Contracting). This work should be done to properly
complete the proj ect and allow for the proper installation of the new pumps.
2.
Also the existing check valves (2) and existing swing check valves (2) at the septic pump
were not scheduled for replacement however it is recommended that these valves be
replaced with valves constructed of brass with all brass internal components. If the
existing valves were to fail it would cause the new septic pumps to run longer and more
frequently and shorten the life expectancy of the pumps. The proposed cost to replace
these valves is $2,636.00 (see attached proposal from Simon Contracting). If the valves
are not replaced at this time it would be more costly to do in the future.
The total amount for the above listed additional work is $8,461.00. Currently we have a
$4,100.00 remaining in our Project Material Allowance. If you accept the additional work noted
above we would require a Change Order in the amount of $4,361.00 be approved by the IU20.
Please review the above and advise on how the IU20 would like to proceed with this additional
work. If you have any questions please call.
Attachment: Proposal - Simon Contracting
ATTACHMENT 14.12
Section 25.1 Addendum:
Colon ial Intermediate Unit 20 would like to modify Section 2. Term: of the existing lease
agreement from ending on the 301h day of June 20 17 to ending on the 301h day of June 2020.
If modification to the term is agreeable to the Bethlehem Area Schoo l District, Colonial
Intermediate Unit 20 wo uld propose the fo llowing payment option (pending approval of a PA
State Budget by January I, 20 16), with an upfront payment of $596,250 and calcu lated as
follows:
January 1, 2016 - June 30, 2016:
July 1, 20 16-June 30, ~'2-011
July 1, 2017 - June 30,2018: ~
;July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019:
July l ,20 19 - June30,2020:
$ 66,250
$132,500
$ 132,500
$132,500
$ 132,500
$596,250
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Lessor and Lessee have hereunto set hands and sea ls this
day first above written.
WITNESS:
BETHLEHEM AREA SCHOOL DISTIUCT
netto
Board Secretary
WITNESS
Board President
LESSEE
AITACHMENI 1413
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TUSCA RORA INTERM EDIATE U NIT 11
2 5 27 US Hig h w ay 522 Sout h
McVeytow n, PA 17051-9 7 17
o r 717-89 9-7;1.4 3
Fax: 814-542-2569
REQUEST FOR VENDOR INFORMATION
In accordance with IRS Regu lations, we request ou r vendo rs complete the following to
ensure that information is recorded in our system accurately. Complete form, print then sign.
The signed copy m ay be retu rned by fax or by regwlar mai l.
Business Name: Colonial Intermediate Uni t 20
(Fl1ll name of business, Please PRINT or TYPE)
Address: 6 Danforth Drive
State: PA
City: Easton
Zip : 18045-7899
Phone: 610-252-5550 Fax: 610-252-5740
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Remittance Name :
Address:
City:
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Zip:
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Fax:
Phone:
TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION:
Please check appropriate box:
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D Exempt from backup withholding
~Other '""- - - - - - -
01ndividual/Sole Proprietor Ocorporation/LLC Corp
0 Partnership/LLC Partnership
Social Security Number (999-99-9999)
OR
Federal EIN (XX_XXXXXXX)
23-1740249
DUNS Number . (Dun & Bradstreet Data Universal Numbering System)
Phone:
610-5 15-5415
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Signature
Assistan t to the Executive Director for Mana ement Services .
Title
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T hank you for your time and cooperation.
Return signed form to the attention of Management Services
at the aqove mailing address or by fax to 814-542-2569
0 NEW
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FOR IU I OFFICE USE ON LY
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VENDO R No
0 NON-EMPLOYEE COM PENSATION
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Serving the Schools in Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata and Mifflin Counties
AN EQUAL RI GHTS AND OPPORTUNITY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AGENCY
-
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
•
2527 US Hwy 522 South
McVeytown PA 17051-9717
(814) 542-2501 • (717) 899-7143
LETTER OF AGREEMENT
For
Bureau of Early Intervention Services - Results Grant
THIS Agreement is entered into this 1st day of September, 2015, by and between the Tuscarora Intennediate
Unit 11, 2527 US Highway 522 South, McVeytown, PA 17051 hereinafter refe1Ted to as "TIU", and the
Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, Attention: Becky Eller, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton, PA 18045, hereinafter
referred to as "GRANTEE."
WITNESS ETH:
WHEREAS, the TIU has entered into an agreement with the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services,
to provide training and technical assistance to Early Intervention Programs. TIU has been approved by the
Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Office of Child Development and Early Leaming to disburse
funds to approved grantees by establishing agreements with the grantees that set forth the conditions of the
agreements. The funds have been awarded to your program to support a Results Goal that has been
identified through the verification visit or self-verification process.
NOW, THEREFORE, the parties intending to be legally bound hereby agree as follows:
1. The term of this Agreement shall commence on the I st day of September, 20 15, and tenninate on
the 30th day of June, 2016.
2. The original Grant Application which includes terms and conditions for the grant and the related
budget has been included as Exhibit 1 and is a binding part of this agreement.
3. GRANTEE shall maintain the highest standards of honesty and integrity during the performance
of this agreement and shall take no action in violation of state or federal laws or regulations or
any other applicable laws or regulations, or other requirements applicable to GRANTEE or that
govern contracting with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
4 . Reimbursement shall be for actual expenses incurred in accordance with the grant. Amount will
not exceed the approved Budget amount included in the Grant Application. Reimbursement amount
will not exceed $10,104.70.
5. This Agreement is subject to the availability of State and Federal funds and other terms and
conditions of this Agreement. The funding for this agreement is through State funds.
6. Invoices shall be paid for actual expenditures incurred. The TIU reserves the right to withhold any
or all payments when reported costs are questionable or when GRANTEE fails to comply with the
terms of the Agreement. Invoices can be submitted monthly. TIU requires that a detailed accounting
· transaction report be included as documentation of expenses incurred. The transaction report should
contain the payment date, vendor name, description of service and the reimbursement amount. Final
invoice should be submitted by July 15, 2016. An invoicing template has been included as Exhibit
2 for reimbursement requests.
7. GRANTEE agrees to maintain books, records, documents, and other evidence pertaining to the
costs and expenses of this Agreement to the extent and in such detail as w ill properly reflect all net
costs, or whatever nature for which reimbursements are claimed under the provisions of this
Agreement. These records are subject to review by TIU personnel or the independent auditor
contracted by the TIU. The aforementioned records must be kept not less than seven years from the
An Equal Rights and Opportunity Educational Service Agency
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ending date of this Agreement. In the event GRANTEE is not subject to the requirements covered
under the Single Audit Act, it may be subject to monitoring of its use of State funded grant awards
through site visits, limited scope audits, or other means by the TIU.
8. DEPARTMENT HELD HARMLESS
GRANTEE agrees to indemnify, defend and save hannless the Commonwealth and TIU, their
officers, agents and employees: (a) from any and all claims and losses accruing or resulting to any
and all contractors, subcontractors, material men, laborers, and any other persons, firms, or
corporations furnishing or supplying work, services, materials, or supplies in connection with
performance of this Agreement: and (b) from any and all claims and losses accruing or resulting
to any person, finn, or corporation who may injured or damaged by GRANTEE in the performance
of this Agreement: and (c) against any liability, including costs and expenses, for violation, of
propriety rights or right of privacy, arising out of the publication, translation, reproduction,
de livery, perfonnance, use or disposition of any data furnished under this Agreement or based on
any libelous or other unlawful matter contained in such data.
9. MATERIALS AND DOCUMENTS
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania shall have the unrestricted authority to reproduce, distribute
and use data, published documents, materials or copyright material generated in conjunction with
this Agreement.
10. DEFAULT AND TERMINATION
If GRANTEE fails to perform the program services within the time specified herein, or if
GRANTEE fails to perfonn any of the other provisions of this Agreement, the TIU has the right to
terminate this Agreement after a review of such circumstances with GRANTEE. This Agreement
may be canceled by either pat1y upon thirty days written notice.
11. RIGHT TO KNOW LAW CLAUSE (8-K-1580)
Commonwealth Right to Know Law: The Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law, 65 P.S. §§ 67. 1013104, ("RTKL") applies to this Agreement. Upon notification from TIU that TIU requires
SUBCONTRACTOR'S assistance in responding to a RTKL request, SUBCONTRACTOR shall
provide the requested information within fourteen (14) calendar days after receipt of notification.
THIS A~,ENT is hereby accepted by:
C!:F~17J1, ~
Colonia1'I11tefll1edite U~
Dr. Kendra K. Trail, Executive Director
Title
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Date
Date
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Exhibit 1 ·
Updated 08/11/15
Results Grants Budget Information
A budget must be included as part of the Results Grants Application using the attached form. These grant funds are to be used in the 2015-2016
fiscal year with all funds expended by June 30, 2016. The following chart provides the list of acceptable budget areas for use of grant funds.
Please complete the Proposed Cost column to reflect the proposed activity components listed in Section B.
Non-allowable expenses:
Allowable expenditures include:
•
•
•
•
•
Contracted Services for consultative or coaching services or
stipends
Stipends for families
In state travel
Materials & supplies (list items and cost detail}
• -Limited to 20% of the grant funds
Communications
•
•
Restriction regarding purchase of equipment: grant funds may
not be used to purchase equipment. Equipment is considered an
item in the amount of $1,500 or greater.
Gift cards, Gas cards or incentive prizes .
Instructions for Completing the Budget Page:
1.
For each Budget Area, use the Budget Narrative/Description column to provide detail on the costs for each line item. Explain how the
applicant arrived at dollar amounts for proposed costs and provide enough detail to tie costs to the proposed activities. The narrative should
be clear and forthright, match the activities in grant application and QEP, and include amounts commensurate with outcomes, reasonable
costs and stipends.
2.
Complete the Proposed Cost column to reflect the proposed activities described in the grant application and QEP. The chart above provides
the list of acceptable budget areas for use of funds.
3.
Administrative Costs (or indirect cost rates} may not exceed 4.11% (.0411} .
Updated 08/11/15
Results Grant Budget
Program Name: Colonial IU #20 Preschool
Funding Time Period: 11/1/2015 - 6/30/2016
Contracted
Services
FTE or# of
Hours
Budgeted
Budget Narrative/Description
Budget
Area
List provider and rate.
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Substitute Teachers for a planning meeting with our targeted staff for the
development of our Family Engagement Days. They will develop a format for the
day, and lesson plans for activities.
Substitute Teachers for the· staff to be able to lead and participate in Community
Connections Activities - 2 times this year and 4 times next year.
Stipend for staff to attend after hours Family Connection Support Groups.
We will purchase tote bags for each family and invite families to participate in
Family Engagement Days within our El program . The estimated cost to get the bags
will be $500. We will fill the bags with a book and materials to support an activity
related to the story. Books will cost approximately $2100 (350 books times $6) and
the supplies would be about $300 (for example model magic - 8 packs of 75
units). We would purchase these two times a year. We will collect local resources
and community information to place in each bag.
PA Early Learning Standards books will be purchased for use in our professional
development for families.
Communications
Proposed
Cost
,.
2 Teachers - 6
[email protected] $120
per sub per
day
2 teachers for
2 days at
$120 per day
for substitute
10 hours at
approximately
$58.47 per
hour
$1440
$480
$584.70
$5300
$500
...
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Updated 08/11/ 15
Copying and printing materials for parent invit ations and advertising of our family
engagement and community events.
In order to promote additional staff development and ongoing training we would
like to purchase a video recorder and tripod to film the trainings to be able to use in
the future for sustainability of our program.
Materials/Supplies List specific items and cost. Costs for materials and supplies cannot exceed 20% of
for Professional
the total grant budget.
Development
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Administrative
Costs
$1250
$550
Administrative costs (indirect cost rate) may not exceed 4~ 11%
'
Budget Total
$10,104.70
Exhibit 2
RES ULTS GRANT INVOtCE
Program Name:
Date:
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Mail invoice to:
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Attn : Deb Rhodes
2527 US Highway 522 South
McVeytown, PA 17051
Balance
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RES ULTS GRANT INVOICE
Program Name:
Date:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-
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a·iedger d~tail{a: tfans~ctlon. f~port Of aH ~u:tountihg r~pbft to support :fh~ invoice~
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Attn: Deb Rhodes
2527 US Highway 522 South
McVeytown, PA 17051
Balance
Remaining
0
0
~ESULTS GRANT INVOICE
Program Name :
Date:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-
Address:
Invoice #
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Phone#
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Category
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Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Attn: Deb Rhodes
2527 US Highway 522 South
M cVeytown, PA 1705 1
0
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RES ULTS GRANT iNVOICE
Program Name:
Date :
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-
Address:
Invoice#
Contact Person:
Budget
Category
Phone#
Description of Service
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Expenditures
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Please-attach a ledger detail~-a trans~ttidii r~J>oH: ot-,~~-actdunfi.~g teport.to ~uppbrt th.e invoice.
Mail invoice t o:
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Attn: Deb Rhodes
2527 US Highway 522 South
McVeytown, PA 17051
Balance
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0
0
RES ULTS GRANT INVOICE
Program Name:
Date :
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Address:
Invoice#
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Category
Phone#
Description of Service
current Period
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Budget Amount
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Mail invoice to:
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Attn: Deb Rhodes
2527 US Highway 522 South
McVeytown, PA 17051
Balance
Remaining
0
0
RESULTS GRANT INVOICE
Program Name:
Date:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Address:
Invoice#
Contact Person:
Phone#
Budget
Category
Description of Service
Current Period
Expenditures
Budget Amount
TOTAL
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YTD Expenditures
0
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Mail invoice to:
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Attn: Deb Rhodes
2527 US Highway 522 South
McVeytown, PA 17051
0
Balance
Remaining
0
RESULTS GRANT INVOICE
Program Name:
Date:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Address:
Invoice#
Contact Person:
Budget
Category
Phone#
Description of Service
Current Period
Expenditures
Budget Amount
TOTAL
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·Please attach · ~ iedget detaa;-atransaction .r~p6rt o·r·~ ·ri attburiting repc>r1:td support the ith;6ite.
Mail invoice to:
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Attn: Deb Rhodes
2527 US Highway 522 South
McVeytown, PA 17051
Balance
Remaining
YTD Expenditures
0
0
RESULTS GRANT INVOICE
Program Name:
Date :
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~-
Address:
Invoice#
Contact Person :
Budget
Category
Phone#
Description of Service
Current Period .
Expenditures YTD Expenditures
Budget Amount
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Mail invoice t o:
Tusca rora Intermediate Unit 11
Att n: Deb Rhodes
2527 US Highway 522 South
M cVeyt own, PA 17051
0
Balance
Remaining
0
ATTACHMENT 15.F.4
COLONIAL INTERMEDIATE UNIT .20
A Regional Service Agency
6 Danforth Drive
Easton, Pennsylvania 18045-7899
CONTRACT FOR SERVICE
This contract is entered into by Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton,
Pennsylvania 18045-7899, and King, Spry, Herman, Freund & Faul, LLC, One West Broad Street, Suite
700, Bethlehem, PA 18018, (610) 332-0390.
Ms. Erin Gilsbach will provide training for Colonial Interm ediate Unit 20 administrators on
conducting sound investigations.
The rate for this se1v ice shall not exceed $500.00. This contract will be in effect on January 19,
20 16.
Should circumstances occur beyond the control of the Intermediate UniVContractor, such as low
enrollm ent, inclement weather, which prevents the service from taking place, the Intermediate Unit will not
be obligated to pay the Contractor.
In order for payment to commence under the terms of this contract, you must adhere to the
following procedures:
1. Sign the contract below and provide your identification number.
2. If the provider has one or more employees who may be performing some or all of the work
under this contract, th e provider must provide a certification of Workers Compensation
insurance as required under the Workers Compensation Act.
3. Complete the attached IRS W-9 form in entirety.
4. Submit an invoice to the Intermediate Unit Business Office in accordance with the terms of the
contract, within 30-days of the expiration date of the contract, (no withholding taxes are deducted, an
IRS form 1099 will be issued at year-end).
Either the Intermediate Unit or the Provider may cancel this contract with or without cause at any
time by giving the other party thirty (30) days written notice of intent to terminate this contract.
The signed contract and all attachments must be returned to Mr. Jon Wallitsch, Director of Fiscal
Affairs, at the Interm ediate Unit Office.
C.f-&...~7;7...(),.,_,,_,• ..,,.._/
12 I 09 I 2015
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dr. Charlene M. Brennan
Executive Director
Date
King, Spry, Herman,
Freund & Faul, LLC
Mrs. Dawn M. Hales
Secretary to the Board
Date
Federal ID Number
Date
To comply with Federal laws, State laws, and State Department of Education regulations concerning equal rights and opportunities and to assure these
within our Intermediate Unil, lhe Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 declares itself lo be an equal rights and opportunities agency. As an equal rights and
opportunities agency, it does not discriminate against individuals or groups because ol race, color, national origin, religion. age, sex and disabililies as
defined by law. The lntennediale Unit's commitment to non·discriminalion eX1ends 10 studenls, emplo yees, prospective employees, and the
community.
Successful performance and affirmative action program efforts will provide positive benefits lo the Intermediate Unit th1ough full er utilization and
dovelopment of pteviously underutilized human resou rces. Coordinator ol Tille IX, Section 504 and AOA is The Director of Human Resources and
Rcisearch Services, Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton, PA rn045, (610) 515·6405, TDD/ITY Hearing Impaired (610) 252-3786.
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WORKSHEET - CONTRACT FOR SERVICE
0 DIRECT CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
O Program Supervisor Checked Obtained Credentials (FBI Fingerprint, Child Abuse, Criminal
Background Check)
~ NO CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
0 REVENUE GENERATING (Fill in Only At*)
0 AMENDM ENT TO EXISTING CONTRACT Attach copy of original signed contract, include budget
Individual Generating Contract: Mary Beth Bianco
*Contractor's Name King Spry/Erin Gilsbach
*Email Address: [email protected]
*Street Add ress: 1 West Broad St, Suite 700
*City, State, ZIP Code: Bethlehem, PA 18080
* Tel ephone Number : (610) 332-0390
* Purpose of Contract: Type(s) of service(s) to be provided:
Training for our IU administrators on conducting sound investigations.
Contract Rat ionale: Why the need for an outside contractor? {!>.J.ot Applica9le{or Rev_~rl.IJ.e Generati_n&).
King Spry has t he expertise to assist w ith the legal issues related to this training.
How did you select this contractor? (Not Applicable for Revenue.Generatin~)
Existing relationship; IU solicitor' s firm. Erin has provided several very well received trainings for the IU and our constituents
in many different ar eas.
Who is being served? (Not Applicabl~ f!Jr Revenu~ ~enerilting}
IU 20 Administrat ive Staff.
Benefit of contract? (Not Applicat?~e for _R_even~e Ge,n erating)
Professional growth of our administrative staff.
CIU20 Main Office
*Location of Provided Service
January 19, 2016
* Date(s) of Service
*Cost Per Hour
$500.00
* Cost Per Day
* Number of Days
1
*Number of Hours
*Total Cost
*Total Cost
$500.00
Reimbursabl e Expenses (please check the applicable expenses) Not Applicable for Revenue Generating
Mileage
Lodging
Meals
Rental Car
Air Travel.
*"Shall Not Exceed" Amount of Contract
$500.00
* Budget
Is payment of th is contract based upon other fadors that could modify the amount of contract? (Not Applicable for
0
0
0
0
0
Rev~nue ~en~rating)
~No
O Yes
~-This
If yes, please explain:
section must be completed (Not Applicable For Revenue
Generating)~-
Is the IU solely responsible for the entire cost of this contract?
~Yes
If no, please explain who is sharing the cost and how is the cost to be prorated.
O No
Payment: Please check the box that applies to this specific contract tf.'!ot A_ppljc~ble f~r R~yenue Generating)
~Contracted service (no taxes withheld)
O Process payment for service through payroll
.JUSTIFICATION FOR LATENESS
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ATTACHMENT 15.F.5
COLONIAL INTERMEDIATE UNIT 20
A Regional Service Agency
6 Danforth Drive
Easton, Pennsylvania 18045-7899
APPENDIX TO CONTRACT FOR SERVICE
This contract is entered into by Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton,
Pennsylvania 18045-7899, and Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13, 1020 New Holland Avenue,
Lancaster, PA 17601, (71 7) 569-7331 .
Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13 will provide a two day training entitled: ';McGrath - Lead
with SUCCEED Training".
The rate for this service is $400.00 per participant and shall not exceed $12 ,000.00. This contract
will be in effect on December 14 & 15, 2015.
Should circumstances occur beyond the control of the Intermediate Unit/Contractor, such as low
enrollment, inclement weather, which prevents the service from taking place, the Intermediate Unit will not
be obligated to pay the Contractor.
In order for payment to commence under the terms of this contract, you must adhere to the
following procedures:
1. Sign the contract below and provide your identification number.
2. If the provider has one or more employees who may be performing some or all of the work
under this contract, the provider must provide a certification of Workers Compensation
insurance as required under the Workers Compensation Act.
3. Complete the attached IRS W-9 form in entirety.
4. Submit an invoice to the Intermediate Unit Business Office in accordance with the terms of the
contract, within 30-days of the expiration date of the contract, (no withholding taxes are deducted, an
IRS form 1099 will be issued at year-end).
Either the Intermediate Unit or the Provider may cancel this contract with or without cause at any
tim e by giving the other party thirty (30) days written notice of intent to terminate this contract.
The signed contract and all attachments must be returned to Mr. Jon Wallitsch, Director of Fiscal
Affairs, at the Intermediate Unit Office.
12 I 09 I 2015
Dr. Charlene M. Brennan
Executive Director
Date
Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate
Unit 13
Mrs. Dawn M. Hales
Secretary to the Board
Date
Federal ID Number
Date
To comply with Federal laws, State laws. and State Department of Education regulations concerning equal rights and opportunities and to assure these
within our ln1ermediale Unit, the Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 d eciares itself to b e an equ al rights and opportunities agency. As an equal rights and
opponunities agency, ii does not discriminato against individuals or groups because of race, color, national origin , religion, age, sex and disabilities as
defined by law. The Intermediate Unit's commitment lo non-discrimination extends to stud ents, e mployees, prospective emplo yees, and the
community.
Successful performance and affirmative action program efforts will provide positive benefi ls 10 Ille Intermediate Unit through fuller utilization and
development of previously underutilized hu man resources. Coordinator of Title IX, Section 504 and ADA is The Director of Human Resources and
Research S ervices, Colonial Interm ediate Unit 20, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton, PA 18045, (610) 515·6405, TDDtTTY Hearing Impaired (610) 252·3786.
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r't'I j _Q 11cust0r-Lt:ll~ano11
LOa In termediate Unit 13
~U13
CONTRACT FOR SERVICES
An CcJt1i:n-ctt11l t;orvk:o Ago11-:y
Contractor:
Lancaster-Lebanon Intermedlate Unit 13
1020 New Holland Ave
Lancaster, PA 17601
Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 (CIU20) and the Contractor named above (LancasterLebanon IU 13) agree as follows:
1. The service: Conduct a two-day McGrath - Lead with SUCCEED Training on the
following dates: December 14, and 15, 2015;
a. Conduct two (2), two-day trainings with Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 staff to
provide instruction on the McGrath Template System.
b. All costs related to facilities and technology are the responsibility of Colonial
fn1ermediate Unit 20
2. The amount to be paid by Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 to the contractor for the
Services provided by the Contractor are as follows (check and complete as
applicable):
X The agreed upon amount of $400.00 per person trained for licensed material
3. This agreement is for a term beginning date and ending date:
Beginning December 14, 2015 , and ending December 15, 2015.
Payment for Services rendered shall be made upon the receipt of an Invoice
issued by the contractor.
Date;
- - -- · -- -
Date: 12 I 09 I 2015
By: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ __
~
Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13
/ i' p~~«7'1,~..J
By : ~~
-,-----~----------~
(Authorized signature) Colonial Intermediate Unit
Dr. Charlene M. Brennan, Executive Director
Doc ID : 8c8758f9624afdfaa312b7b72c83696feeeb1617
WORKSHEET - CONTRACT FOR SERVICE
0 DIRECT CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
O Program Supervisor Checked Obtained Credentials (FBI Fingerprint, Child Abuse, Criminal
Background Check)
0 NO CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
0 REVENUE GENERATING {Fill in Only At*)
0
AMENDMENT TO EXISTING CONTRACT Attach copy of original signed contract, include budget
Individual Generating Contract:
* Contractor's Name Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13
*Email Address
*Street Address 1020 New Holland Ave
*City, State, ZIP Code Lancaster, Pa 17601
* Telephone Number
*Pu rpose of Contract: Type(s) of service(s) to be provided: Two day McGrath -Lead with SUCCEED Training
Con tract Rationale: Why the need for an ou tside contractor? (Not App)is~blefor Revenue Generating)
Specific training that is only offered through IU 13 in our area.
How did you select this contractor? (Not Ap~licab le for Revenue Generating)
IU 13 is the only certified trainers of th is program.
Who is being served? (l'!ot Ap_plic~ble for Revepue..§!!ner;:it!ngl,
IU 20 administrators
Benefit of contract? (Not Applicable for Revenue Generatj_f}g)
Administrators will be involved in a comprehensive legally defensible means of communication, including evaluations
performance improvement plans, correspondence, investigations, letters
* Location of Provided Service
Colonial IU 20 main office
* Date(s) of Service
12/ 14, 15, 2015
*Cost Per
$400.00 - 30 participants
*Cost Per Hour
Participant
*Number of Days 2
* Number of Hours
*Total Co st
$12000.00
*Total Cost
Reimbursable Expenses (please check the applicable expenses) Not Applicab le for Revenue Generating
Mileage
Lodging
Meals
Rental Car
Air Travel
*"Shall Not Exceed" Amount of Contract
12000.00
•sudget
Is payment of this contract based upon other factors that could modify t he amount of cont ract? _(Not A!iplicable for
~evenue Generating)
0
D Yes
xD No
~"'This
0
0
0
0
If yes, please explain:
section must be completed (Not Applicable For Revenue Generating)"'"'
Is the IU solely responsible for the entire cost of this contra ct?
xO Yes
If no, please explain who is sharing the cost and how is t he cost to be prorated.
D
No
Payment: Please check the box that applies to this specific contract if':l_gt ~p.J!licabl.e for R~v~nue 2en~rating)
xD Contracted service (no taxes withheld)
D Process payment for service through payroll
J USTIFICATION FOR I~ATENESS
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ATTACHMENT 15.F.6
COLONIAL INTERMED IATE UNIT 20
A Regional Service Ag ency
6 Danforth Drive
Easton, Pennsylvania 18045-7899
CONTRACT FOR SERVICE
This contract is entered into by Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton,
Pennsylvania 18045-7899, and Manpower, 2959 Route 611, Suite 102, Tannersville, PA 18372,
(570) 619-808 1.
Manpower will provide temporary clerical support services for the Transportation Department in the
capacity of a Secretary.
The rate for this service is $21.00 per hour, for 245 hours, not to exceed $5,145.00. This contract
will be in effect from November 23, 2015 through January 15, 2016.
Should circumstances occur beyond the control of the Intermediate UniVContractor, such as low
enrollment, inclement weather, which prevents the service from taking place, the Intermediate Unit will not
be obligated to pay the Contractor.
In order for payment to commence under the terms of this contract, you must adhere to the
following procedures:
1. The provider shall maintain and remit a copy of Professional Liability Insurance.
If no certificate of Professional Liability Insurance is submitted, this holds harmless and
releases Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 of any damages that occur in performance of this
contract.
2. If the provider has one or more employees who may be performing some or all of the work
under this contract, the provider must provide a certification of Workers Compensation
insurance as required under the Workers Compensation Act.
3. Sign the contract below and provide your identification number.
4. Complete the attached IRS W-9 form in entirety.
5. Submit an invoice to the Intermediate Unit Business Office in accordance with the terms of the
contract, within 30-days of the expiration date of the contract, (no withholding taxes are deducted, an
IRS form 1099 will be issued at year-end).
Either the Intermediate Unit or the Provider may cancel this contract with or without cause at any
time by giving the other party thirty (30) days written notice of intent to terminate this contract.
The signed contract and all attachments must be returned to Mr. Jon Wallitsch, Director of Fiscal
Affairs, at the Intermediate Unit Office.
12 I 09 I 2015
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dr. Charlene M. Brennan
Executive Director
Date
Manpower
Mrs. Dawn M. Hales
Secretary to the Board
Date
Federal ID Number
Date
To comply with Federal laws, State laws. and State Department of Education regulations concerning equal righls and opportunities and to assure these
wilhin our Intermediate Unit, the Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 declares itself to be an equal rights and opportunities agency. As an equal rights and
opportunities agency, it does not discriminate against individuals or groups because of race, color. national origin. religion, age, sex and disabilities as
delined by law. Tho Intermediate Unit's commitment to non-discrimination extends lo students, employees. prospective employees, and the
community.
Successful performance and affirmative aciion program efforts will provide positive benelits to the Intermediate Unit through fuller utilization and
development of previously underutilized human resources. Coordinator ol Title IX, Section 504 and ADA is The Director of Human Resources and
Research Services, Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, 6 Oanforth Drive, Easton, PA 18045, (61 0) 515·6405, TDD/TTY Hearing Impaired (610) 252·3786.
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WORl<SHEET- CONTRACT FOR SERVICE
(81 DIRECT CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
(81 Program Supervisor Checked Obtained Credentials (FBI Fingerprint, Child Abuse, Criminal
Background Check)
0 NO CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
0 REVENUE GENERATING (Fifi in Only At'~)
0 AMENDMENT TO EXISTING CONTRACT Attach copy of original signed contract, include budget
Individual Generating_Contract : Michele Davidson (for Kevin Aul)
*Contractor's Name Manpower
*Email Address kim [email protected]
*Street Address 2959 Route 611, Suite 102
*City, State, ZIP Code Tannersville, PA 18372
*Telephone Number (570) 619-8081
*Purpose of Contract: Type(s) of service(s) to be provided;
Secretarial support while th e current Transportation fills in for the Management Assistant's leave
Contract Rationale: Why the need for an outside contractor? (Not Applicable for Revenue Generating)
We posted the position on our website and only received one candidate. That candidate did not respond to our call to
interview. We need to fill as soon as possible.
How did you select this contractor? _tNot Applicable for Revenue Generating)
Past experience with the Manpower agency.
Who is being served? ,(Not Applicable for Revenue Generating)
Transportation Department
Benefit of con tract? (Not Applicable for Revenu e Generating)
Secretarial support and coverage is needed for th is busy office.
* Location of Provided Service Colonial IU 20 Transportation Office
*Date( s) of Service November 23, 2015
through January 15, 2016
(approximate)
* Cost Per Day
*Cost Per Hour
*Number of Days
*Number of Hours
*Total Cost
*Total Cost
Reimbursable Expenses (please check th e applicable expenses) Not' Applicable for Revenue Generating
!g) Mileage (for bu siness purposes as approved)
Lodging
Meals
Rental car
Air Travel
*"Shall Not Exceed" Amount of Contract
*Budget
Transportation
Budget
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ATTACHMENT 15.F.7
COLON IAL INTERMEDIATE UNIT 20
A Regional Service Agency
6 Danforth Drive
Easton, Pennsylvania 18045-7899
APPENDIX TO CONTRACT FOR SERVICE
This contract is entered into by Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton,
Pennsylvania 18045-7899 and Schoology, Incorporated, 115 West 30th Street, New York, NY 10001,
(800) 393-7550.
Schoology, Incorporated will work with Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 in supporting Bangor Area
School District in providing a digital learning environment that promotes learning, communication and
collaboration inside and outside of the classroom.
This contract shall not exceed $29,900.00 and will be in effect from July 1, 2016 through June 30,
2019.
Should circumstances occur beyond the control of the Intermediate Unil/Contractor, such as low
enrollment, inclement weather, which prevents the service from taking place, the Intermediate Unit will not
be obligated to pay the Contractor.
In order for payment to commence under the terms of this contract, you must adhere to the
following procedures:
1. The provider shall maintain and remit a copy of Professional Liability Insurance.
If no certificate of Professional Liability Insurance is submitted, this holds harmless and
releases Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 of any damages that occur in performance of this
contract.
2. If the provider has one or more employees who may be performing some or all of the work
under this contract, the provider must provide a certification of Workers Compensation
insurance as required under the Workers Compensation Act.
3. Sign the contract below and provide your identification number.
4. Complete the attached IRS W-9 form in entirety.
5. Submit an invoice to the Intermediate Unit Business Office in accordance with the terms of the
contract, within 30-days of the expiration date of the contract, (no withholding taxes are deducted, an
IRS form 1099 will be issued at year-end).
Either the Intermediate Unit or the Provider may cancel this contract with or without cause at any
time by giving the other party thirty (30) days written notice of intent to terminate this contract.
The signed contract and all attachments must be returned to Mr. Jon Wallitsch, Director of Fiscal
Affairs, at the Intermediate Unit Office.
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Dr. Charlene M. Brennan
Executive Director
Date
Schoology, Incorporated
Mrs. Dawn M. Hales
Secretary to the Board
Date
Federal ID Number
Date
To comply with Federal laws. State laws, and State Department of Education regulations concerning equal rights arid opportunities and to assure these
\vithin our Intermediate Unit, the Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 declares itself to be an equal rights and opportunities agenc y. As an equal rights and
opportunities agency, it does not discriminate against individuals or groups because of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex and disabilities as
defined by law. The Intermediate Unit's commitment to non-discrimination extends lo students, employees, p rospective employees, and the
community.
Successful performance and affirmative action program efforts will provide positive benefits to the Intermediate Unit through fuller utilization a nd
d evelopment al previously underutilized human resources. Coordinator of Titlo IX, Section 504 and ADA is The Director of Human Resou rces and
Research Services, Colonial Intermediate Unit 20. 6 Danforth Drive, Easton, PA 18045, (610) 515·6405, TDDm Y Hearing Impaired (610) 252·3786.
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Learning Management System
Sales Order for:
Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20
IU Copy PAIU Consortium Bangor Area School District
6 Danforth Rd
Easton, PA 18045-7899
David Shoots
Schoology, Inc.
Regional Sales Director - Mid Atlantic
115 W. 30th St., 10th Floor
[email protected]
New York, NY 10001
www.schoology.com
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Introduction
Schoology proposes to work closely with Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 to implement a
digital learning environment that promotes learning, communication, and collaboration inside and
outside of the classroom.
Schoology is a dynamic, user-centric learning management solution that adjusts to any
educational environment. Schoology's versatility derives from three key components: learning
management, enhanced communication, and third-party integration. Using Schoology's engaging
tools, educators can create custom courses, pace students individually, and differentiate
instruction. Schoology also facilitates improvement by providing educators access to globally
shared resources. Finally, Schoology seamlessly integrates third-party software via its advanced
APL This award-winning, comprehensive approach ensures engagement and magnifies
achievement worldwide.
After launching in 2009, Schoology is now in more than 60,000 organizations across more than
200 countries worldwide. Schoology is transforming learning by making academic improvement
more accessible. Thousands of schools around the world are working together to engage
students more effectively, and this is just the beginning.
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Enterprise Subscription
Schoology offers a complete cloud-based solution. All hardware, database, and maintenance
costs are included in the pricing. Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 will not incur costs
associated with system upgrades or releases that improve the current features.
1. User Authentication
Schoology will work with Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 to set up users with usernames
and passwords to access the Schoology environment. Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 will
maintain all usernames, passwords, user groups, roles1 and account names locally.
2. Advanced User Management
Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 will have access to Schoology's Advanced User Management
Interface which allows administrators to manage user roles, permissions, privacy, and overall
system settings. This also affords administrators the ability to manage user, course and
enrollment data.
3. Enterprise Management Interface
Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 will be able to create multiple buildings using the Enterprise
Management Interface. Administrators can organize users into individual buildings, and they can
designate different users as administrators. The system administrator is able to then manage all
users and schools from the main parent account while certain administrators will be responsible
for a particular group of users across different buildings.
4. School Site Branding
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Schoology will provide custom branding services to the Schoology interface for Colonial
Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20. Schoology will brand the top banner and links with Colonial
Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20's desired color scheme, and Schoology will also replace the
Schoology logo with Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20's organization logo. In addition, Colonial
Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 will receive domain customization (e.g.lms.schoolname.org) or
subdomain customization (e.g. schoolname.schoology .com).
5. Support Services
Schoology has a variety of ways for you to access support. There is community-based support
that is available to all administrators and instructors via the ''Help Center" located in the
dropdown menu in the upper right corner of Schoolo~y. Community support is helpful for finding
frequently asked questions and for posting new ideas. As part of your support management
practices, you may choose to recommend this level of support for teachers and other staff or
faculty at your school.
As an enterprise client you will have access to priority support. You may choose up to three (3)
dedicated support contacts from your organization, whose role is to relay any questions,
concerns or ideas to the Schoology team. These three (3) main support contacts can contact
Schoology by:
1. Phone: Support contacts may contact a Schoology representative by using a support code
listed in the "Help Center" area (only visible to support contacts).
2. Ticketing System: Support contacts may create and track their own support tickets by
going directly to support.schoology.com. Additionally, they can email
[email protected] to automatically create a support ticket.
3. Chat: Support contacts may use the Chat feature to contact a Schoology representative to
ask questions and troubleshoot issues.
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The Schoology Support Team wi ll work with Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 to provide
ongoing support throughout your partnership w ith Schoology.
Schoology is accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year through a multi -channel support system
that includes the Help Center (support.schoology.com), an email-based ticketing system, chat,
and dedicated phone support.
Standard Support
Standard Support includes 24/7/365 Online Help Center access, 24/7/365 Community access, and
email/web ticket, phone, chat support for Support Contacts during business hours (Mon-Fri 8am8pm ET). Standard support is included in the cost of subscription.
When users in the organization outside of the scope of the package (including, but not limited to,
students or parents) contact the Schoology Help Desk1 they will be assisted by Schoology's
Support team. We believe that we should make our greatest effort in helping you and your users
succeed. However, please note that response times for these users are not included in the SLA1
so they may receive a later response than Support Contacts or other supported faculty members
at the organization.
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Enterprise Services
After we have received Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20's signed Sales Order, a member of
Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20's implementation team will send an Implementation
Verification Document to verify information and gather some additional account information.
Upon receiving the verification document, the Schoology Project Specialist will schedule a Kickoff
Call to begin the implementation process. During the Kickoff Call, the Schoology Project Specialist
will review all of the initial setup steps that Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 will need to get
started, as well as address any potential questions or needs that Colonial Intermediate Unit 20
CIU20 might require.
After the Kickoff Call, Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 will have access to Schoology's
consulting services, which includes check-in calls and support during implementation. During this
process, we establish milestones for your Enterprise Subscription system configuration, and
product training . Schoology will provide continual support throughout the implementation process
through our Implementation and Support Teams.
6. Implementation
At the beginning of the implementation, the Schoology Project Specialist will provide supporting
documentation to help guide the setup of the Schoology system . Colonial Intermediate Unit 20
CIU20's Project Specialist will assist you in the configuration of your system. Items included in
your implementation are enterprise configuration, data consolidation, custom branding, domain
customization, technical planning, data population, user authentication and consulting. These
items contribute to the overall success of your implementation strategy. In addition to the
standard implementation services you will also receive:
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Regular communication for monitoring the progress of the implementation.
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Assistance with all aspects of the implementation process via guidance, documentation,
and other non-hands-on help.
•
Guidance for setting up custom authentication or single sign-on.
•
Guidance and Best Practices for migrating data from existing LMS into Schoology.
A successful implementation is one that aligns with the needs and goals of Colonial Intermediate
Unit 20 CIU20. The Schoology Implementation Team will work with Colonial Intermediate Unit
20 CIU20 to provide guidance and support throughout the implementation process to ensure
your goals are met to your satisfaction.
7. Web Delivered Training Sessions*
Schoology offers web delivered product training to Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20's team
members via a train-the-trainer approach. Our web training is setup for a maximum of 10
attendees and we recommend holding them in a computer lab with a projector and speaker
phone. Most sessions are one to two hours in length and it helps to have a moderator present
for questions.
As part of your implementation, Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 will receive the following
Web Delivered Training:
•
Schoology Enterprise Administration - 2 hours
The Schoology Professional Development team will work with project leaders in advance to
determine the most effective plan for the web training and will work towards tailoring course
agendas to client requests.
*Training services will expire one (1) year from contract start date.
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The Schoology Team strives to ensure that Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20 has a positive
implementation experience, receives effective professional development and has access to
appropriate support resources after your implementation is complete.
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Master Services Agreement
By accepting this Sales Order, you are agreeing to the terms of the Schoology Master
Subscription Agreement, which is located here:
https: LL di .dropboxusercontent.com Iu/ 64457365 I Schoology 0/o20MSA0/o2020130411.
pdf
SUBSCRIBER NAME:
Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 CIU20
Signature:
Printed Name: Dr. Charlene M. Brennan
Title: Executive Director
Date: December 9, 2015
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Enterprise Cost Summary
Exhibit A - Pricing
Contract Start Date:
July 1, 2016
Contract End Date:
June 30, 2019
Enrollment:
2,000
Year One
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2,000
$4.50 Per Student
Enterprise Subscription
$9,000.00
Implementation
1
$2,100.00
$2,100.00
Professional Development - Web Based
4
$200.00
$800.00
$11,900.00
Year Two
Enterprise Subscription
2,000
$4.50 Per Student
$9,000.00
$9,000.00
Year Three
"r. . .
Enterprise Subscription
2,000
$4.50 Per Student
$9,000.00
$9,000.00
Grand Total: US $29,900.00
The initial payment is due 30 days after the invoice date. All renewal subscriptions are invoiced
30 days prior to the start of the new term. Payment for renewal subscriptions must be received
within 10 business days after the start of a new term.
This Sales Order is valid until January 1.9, 2016,
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0
DIRECT CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
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Background Check)
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0 REVENUE GENERATING (Fill in Only At*)
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Individual Generating Contract:
*Contractor's Name
Schoology
*Email Address
[email protected]
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*Street Address
115 W. 301h Street, 10t Floor
*City, State, ZIP Code
New York, NY 10001
*Telephone Number
212-213-8333
*Purpose of Contract: Type(s ) of service(s) to be provided: Schoology will work closely w ith Bangor School District to supply
a digital learning environment that promotes learning, communication, and collaboration inside and outside o f the
classroom for the Bangor School District.
Contract Rationale: Why the need for an outside contractor? .( Not Applica!Jle for Revenue ~enerating)
Contractor offers a unique service that meets the needs of the curriculum development for providing access to online
learni ng in a new and exciting format.
How did you select th is contractor ? (Not Applicable for ReverlUe Generatin~)
Vendor presentation, references, and unique service. Past exper ience with the vendor.
Who is being served? (N~t ~p_p_li~ble for R~~~1_1u~ ~en,erating)
Bangor School District
Benefit of contract? (Not Applica~!e for Revenue Gener~tin,g)
Provide online learning to Bangor School District
* Location of Provided Service
Bangor School District
*Date(s) of Service
Enterprise
Subscription :
One Time Cost:
7/1/2016 - 6/30/2019
$4.50 a student/year - $9000/3 years
(2000 Student for each year)
$2,900.00 implementation/prof. dev.
Reimbursable Expenses (please check t he applicable expenses) Not Applicable for Revenue Generating
Mileage
Lodging
Meals
Rental Car
Air Travel
*"Shall Not Exceed" Amount of Contract
$29,900.00
*Budget
061-2210-610
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Revenue Generating)
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ATTACHMENT 15.G.4
COLONIAL INTERMEDIATE UNIT 20
A Regional Service Agency
6 Danforth Drive
Easton, Pennsylvania 18045-7899
CONTRACT FOR SERVICE
(REVENUE GENERATING)
This contract is entered into by Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton.
Pennsylvania 18045-7899 and Bangor Area School District, 123 Five Points Richmond Road, Bangor, PA
18013, (610) 588-2163.
Colonial IU 20 will provide the Bangor Area School District with Schoology, a digital learning
environment that promotes learning, communication, and collaboration inside and outside of the
classroom.
This contract shall not exceed $32,900.00 and is in effect from July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2019.
Bangor Area School District will be billed for services rendered by Colonial Intermediate Unit 20.
The signed contract must be returned to Mr. Jon Wallitsch, Director of Fiscal Affairs, at the
Intermediate Unit Office.
12 I 09 I 2015
Date
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Dr. Charlene M. Brennan
Executive Director
Mrs. Dawn M. Hales
Secretary to the Board
Date
Bangor Area School District
Superintendent
Date
Federal ID Number
To comply with Federal laws, State laws, and State Department of Education regulations concerning equal rights and opportunities and to assure these
within our Intermediate Unit, the Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 declares itself to be an equal rights and opportunities agency. As an equal rights and
opportunities agency. it does not discriminate against individuals or groups because ol race, color, national origin, religion. age. sex and disabilities as
defined by law. The Intermediate Unit's commilrnent to non ·discriminatiori extends 10 students, employees. prospective employees, and the
community.
Successtul performance and alfirmalive action program eflorls will provide positive benefits to the Intermediate Unit through fuller utilization and
development of previously underutilized human resources. Coordinator of Titre IX, Section 504 and ADA l s The Director of Human Resources and
Research Services, Colonial Intermediate Unit 20. 6 Danforth Drive, Easton, PA 18045, (610) 515-6405, TDDITTY Hearing Impaired (610) 252·3786.
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WORKSHEET - CONTRACT FOR SERVICE
0 DIRECT CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
D Program Supervisor Checked Obtained Credentials (FBI Fingerprint, Child Abuse, Criminal
Background Check)
0 NO CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
~ REVENUE GENERATING (Fill in Only At•')
0 AMENDMENT TO EXISTING CONTRACT Attach copy of original signed contract, include budget
Individual Generating Contract:
Bangor Area School District
"'Contractor's Name
*Email Address
* Street Address
123 Five Points Richmond Road
*City, State, ZIP Code
Bangor, PA 18013
610-588-2163
*Telephone Number
*Purpose of Contract: Type(s) of service(s) to be provided: Schoology to work closely with Bangor School District to supply
digital learning environ ment that promotes learning, communication, and collaboration inside and outside of the classroom
for the Bangor School District.
Contract Rationa le: Why the need for an outside contractor? (N<?t ApplicableJ o,- Revenue. G~nerating).
How did you select this contractor? (Not A~l2!!.e:able for Revenue Generatinfil
Who is being served? (Not ~pplicab!e for Revenue Genera.ting[
Benefit of contract? (Not Applicable for Revenue ~erating)
*Location of Provided Service
*Date(s) of Service
*Enterprise
Subscription:
Bangor School District
7/1/2016-6/30/2019
*One Time
Implementation/
Training Cost:
$5.00/year x 2000 Students
$2,900.00
*Number of Years 3
*Total Cost:
$30,000.00
Reimbursable Expenses (please check the applicable expenses) Not Applicable for Re"'.enue Generating
Mileage
Lodging
Meals
Rental Car
Air Travel
*"Shall Not Exceed" Amount of Contract
$32,900.00
*Budget
061-2210-610
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~evenue Generatirsl
0
D Yes
0
D No
0
0
0
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~"'This section must be completed (Not Applicable For Revenue Generating)"'"'
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D No
Payment: Please check the box that applies to this specific contract LNot Applicable fo ( Revenue Generating)
D Contracted service (no taxes withheld)
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COLONIAL INTERMEDIATE UNIT 20
A Regional Service Agency
6 Danforth Drive
Easton , Pennsylvania 18045-7899
CONTRACTFORSER~CE
(REVENUE GENERATING)
This contract is entered into by Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton,
Pennsylvania 18045-7899 and Bethlehem Area School District, 1516 Sycamore Street, Bethlehem , PA
1801 7-6099, (610) 86 1-0500.
Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 Training and Consulting Statt will provide Leadership Literacy
Training at Lincoln Elementary School in the Bethlehem Area School District.
The cost for said services is $900.00 per day, for up to 50 days. This contract shall not exceed
$45,000.00 and will be in effect from January 4, 2016 through May 24, 201 6.
Bethlehem Area School District will be billed for services rendered by Colonial Intermediate Unit
20.
The signed contract must be returned to Mr. Jon Wallitsch, Director of Fiscal Affairs, at the
Intermediate Unit Office.
12 I 09 I 2015
Dr. Charlene M. Brennan
Executive Director
Date
Bethlehem Area School District
Superintendent
Mrs. Dawn M. Hales
Secretary to the Board
Date
Federal ID Number
Date
To comply with Federal laws, State laws, and State Department of Education regulations concerning equal rights and opportunities and to assure these
within our lnlermediate Unit. the Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 declares itself to be an equal rights and opportunities agency. As an equal rights and
opportunities agency, it does not discriminate against Individuals or groups because of r ace, color, national origin, religion, age, sex and disabilities as
defined by law. The Intermediate Unit's commitment to non·discrimination e~iends to students, employees, prospective employees, and the
community.
Successful performance and affirmative action program efforts will provide positive benefits to the Intermediate Unit through fuller utilization and
development of previously underutilized human resources. Coordinator or Tille IX, Section 504 and ADA is The Director of Human Resources and
Research Services. Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton. PA 18045, (610) 515·6405, TDDi TTY Hearing Impaired (610) 252-3786.
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0 DIRECT CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
O Program Su pervisor Checked Obtained Credentials (FBI Fingerprint, Child Abuse, Criminal
Background Check)
. O}'JO CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
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0
AMENDMENT TO EXISTING CONTRACT Attach copy of original signed contract, include budget
Individual Generating Contract:
i!w.i.i d_.,,..__ '--S~'"'c'-: : "..._..
. / _____ ____ ____ _____ _
*Contractor's Name:
Bethlehem School District, Lincoln Elementa ry School
*Email Address
[email protected]
*Street Address:
Education Center, 1516 Sycamore St reet
"City, State, ZIP Code
Bethlehem, PA 18017-6099
"Telephone Number
610-861-0500
*Purpose of Contract: Type(s) of service(s) to be provided:
Bethlehem School District is contracting with CIU 20 Curriculum Department Training and Consulting Staff to provide
Leadership Lit eracy Training t o Lincoln Elementary School. Lincoln Element ary School is a focus school within CIU 20's region
and t his training will support their School Improvement plans.
Contract Rationale: Why the need for an outside contractor? ! Nqt Applicable for R~venue Generating)
How did you select this contractor? (Not Applica~J~~~evenue Generatingr
Who is being served? (Not Appljcable for .R evenu~ G~ne.ra.tlogl
Benefit of contract? (Not ~pplicable for Revenue (;enerating).
Lincoln Elementary School, 1260 Gresham Street, Bethlehem, PA 18017·6199
*Location of Provided Service
*Date(s) of Ser vice
January 4 - May 24, 2016
*Cost Per Day
$900.00
*Cost Per Hour
"Number of Days SO
*Number of HoLffS
*Total Cost
$45,000.00
*Total Cost
Reimbursable Expenses (please check the applicable expenses) Not Applicable for Revenue Generating
Mileage
Lodging
Meals
Rental Car
Air Travel
* "Shall Not Exceed" Amount of Contract
*Budget
129
Is payment of this contract ba sed upon other factors that could modify the amoun t of con tract? (No! Applicable for
~-evenue Generating}
0
D Yes
0
D No
0
0
0
ffyes, please explain:
"'"'This section must be completed (Not Applica ble For Revenue Generating}~"'
Is the IU solely responsible for t he entire cost of this contract?
O Yes
If no, please explain who is sharing the cost and how is t he cost to be prorated.
O No
Payment: Please check the box th at applies to t his specific contract {N~t Appljc~bl.~ .f<?r. Reve!,1\:(e G~nerating)
O Contracted service (no taxes wit hheld)
O Process paym ent for service through payroll
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.JUSTlFlCATION FOH LATENESS
Bethlehem Area S.D has just completed t he conversation with CIU 20 regarding what services they are requesting for the
contract period of Ja111,1ary - M ay 2016
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ATTACHMENT 15.G.6
COLONIAL INTERMEDIATE UNIT 20
A Regional Service Agency
6 Danforth Drive
Easton, Pennsylvania 18045-7899
CONTRACTFORSER~CE
(REVENUE GENERATING)
This contract is entered into by Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton,
Pennsylvania 18045-7899 and East Stroudsburg Area School District, 50 Vine Street, East Stroudsburg,
PA 18301, (570) 424-8500.
Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 will provide Literacy Coaching to assist with school readiness goals.
This training will be provided for East Stroudsburg's Head Start Partners as a part of their work with the
Keystones to Opportunity Grant.
The fee for this service is $900.00 per day, for up to 16 days. This contract shall not exceed
$14,400.00 and will be in effect from January 4, 2016 through May 24, 2016.
East Stroudsburg Area School District will be billed for services rendered by Colonial Intermediate
Unit 20.
The signed contract must be returned to Mr. Jon Wallitsch, Director of Fiscal Affairs , at the
Intermediate Unit Ottice.
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Dr. Charlene M. Brennan
Executive Director
Date
East Stroudsburg Area School District
Superintendent
Mrs. Dawn M. Hales
Secretary to the Board
Date
Federal ID Number
Date
To comply with Federal laws, State laws, and State Department of Education regulations concerning equal rights and oppor1unities and to assure these
within our Intermediate Unit, the Colonial Intermediate Unit 20 declares itself to be an equal rights and opportunities agency. As an equal rights and
opportunities agency. it does not discriminate againsl individuals or groups because of race, color. national origin, religion, age. sex and disabilities as
defined by law. The Intermediate Unit's commitment to non·discrimination ClXtends to students, employees, prospective employees, and the
community.
Successful performance and affirmative action program eflorts will provide positive benefits to the Intermediate Unit through fuller utilization and
development of previously underutilized human resources. Coordinator of Tille IX. Section 504 and ADA is The Director of Human Resources and
Research Seivlcos, Colonial Intermediate Unit 20, 6 Danforth Drive, Easton, PA 18045, (610) 515·6405, TDDITTY Hearing Impaired (610) 252·3786.
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WORKSHEET - CONTRACT FOR SERVICE
0
DIRECT CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
D Program Supervisor Ch ecked Obtained Credentials (FBI Fingerprint, Child Abuse, Crim in al
Background Check)
0 NO CONTACT WITH STUDENTS
C8] REVENUE GENERATING (Fill in Only Ar"')
D
AMENDMENT TO EXISTING CONTRACT Attach copy of original signed contract, include budget
Individual Generating Contract: Gretchen Stoudt
*Cont ractor's Name: East Stroudsburg School District, ATIN: Angela Byrne
"'Email Add ress: [email protected]
*Street Address: 50 Vine Street, P.O. Box 298
*City, State, ZIP Code: East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
*Telephone Number: 570-424-8500
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*Purpose of Contract: Type(s) of ser vice(s) to be provided:
East Stroudsburg school district is con tracting with the CIU 20 Curriculum Department Training and Consulting Staff, to
provide literacy coaching for their Head Start Partners to assist with school-readiness goals. This contracted service is
pending both entities board approval and receipt of East Stroudsburg School District's year th ree KTO funds.
Contract Rationale: Why the need for an outside contractor? ~~2tAp li~_bl~Jor RevenUJ!_§enerattqg)
How did you select this contractor? l~o.t Applicable f!?f _Rever)U_~Generating)
Who is being served? {No t Applicable fo~ R~yen.ue Generatingl
Benefit of contract? IN.tl~.f.\ppljca.ple for.Revl:ln ue G_en~r~tif!.g~
*Location of Provided Service
Pocono Services for Families and Children and/or Scrant on-Lackawanna Human
Development Agency pre-school classroom at Bushkill Elementary.
January 4 - May 24, 2016
* Date(s) of Service
• cost Per Day
$900.00
"Cost Per Hour
16 (Up to 16 days of Literacy Coaching
* Number of Days
*Number of Hours
and planning time)
$14,400.00
*Total Cost
*Total Cost
Reimbursable Expenses (please check the applicable expenses) Not Applicable for Revenue Generating
M ileage
Lodging
Meals
0 Ren tal Car
0 Air Travel
*"Shall No t Exceed" Amount of Contract
* Budget
Is payment of this contract based upon other factors that cou ld modify the amount of contract ? (Not·Appljca\)le for
~_!!~enue. Generating)
D
D Yes
D No
~~Th is
0
D
If yes, please explain:
section must be completed (Not Applicable For Revenue G ene ra ting)~~
Is the JU solely responsible for the entire cost of t his contract?
D Yes
lf no, please explain w ho is sharing the cost and how is the cost to be prorated.
D No
Paym ent: Please check t he box that applies to this specific contract ,( Not Applica_l?_le for Revenye GeneratLng}
D Contracted service (no taxes withheld)
D Process payment for service t hrough payroll
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Ca~mber Approval Signature
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Date
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