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August 26, 2014

Lodi Board of Education


Lodi, New J ersey

Re: Addendum to Superintendents Report
Special Meeting August 26, 2014

Trustees:

1. Tuition, 2014-2015 School Year

I request approval for the tuition of the student(s) for the 2014-2015 school year as listed
below:

i. Sage Day

Student Code ESY Tuition Program Effective Date

a. #13-13 $2,500.00 Rochelle Park 9-3-14 to 6-30-15

ii. Essex Regional Education Services Commission

Student Code Tuition Program Effective Date

a. #L.R. $18,040.00 Alternative 9-1-14 to 6-30-15
Education

2. Sick Leave of Absence

I am in receipt of a letter from Margaret Grant, Roosevelt School Special Education
Teacher, requesting a paid sick leave of absence utilizing her accumulated sick days from
September 2, 2014 to April 27, 2015 upon which time she shall retire.





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3. 2014-2015 District Goals

I request approval of the following Lodi School District Goals for the 2014-2015 school
year as listed below:

1. Review and streamline the registration process.
2. Evaluate state mandated trainings and implement online professional
development.
3. Create a PSAT course at Lodi High School to increase college and career
readiness and exposure to the PSAT test.
4. Begin planning for the implementation of NJ Partnership for School Based HIV,
STD, and pregnancy prevention.

4. Sick Leave of Absence

I am in receipt of a letter from J oan Facella, LDT-C, requesting a paid sick leave of
absence utilizing her accumulated sick days from August 19, 2014 to September 19,
2014. She will resume her duties September 22, 2014.

5. Child Study Team Service

I request confirmation of approval to enter into an agreement with LJ F Education
Services in order to provide Child Study Team services at a rate of $325.00 per diem for
the 2014-2015 school year. Said services are needed due to a sick leave of absence.

6. 2014-2015 Merit Bonus Goals and Action Plans

I request approval of the following 2014-2015 Merit Bonus Goals and Action Plans as
listed below. I further request approval to submit said 2014-2015 Merit Bonus Goals and
Action Plans to the Executive Bergen County Superintendent for review and approval.

OFFICE OF THE BERGEN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT

School District : Lodi

MERIT GOAL SUBMISSION FORM
School Year 2014-2015

NAME OF ADMINISTRATOR: Frank Quatrone TITLE: Superintendent of Schools

Quantitative Goal _X_ Percentage _3.33% Qualitative Goal ____ Percentage ______

Dollar Value _$5,577.75 Dollar Value _______
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Description of Goal:

Conduct a full technology audit in which 100% of all hardware, software and
infrastructure in the district will be accounted for in order to align our technology assets
with our educational goals as well as to meet the demands of PARCC.

Evidence of Completion:

Reports detailing 100% of the districts current hardware, software, and infrastructure by
location as well as a report detailing the districts technology strengths and weaknesses and
recommendations for 2015 -2016.

Individual(s) responsible for goal completion: Frank Quatrone, Superintendent of Schools

Timeline(s) to complete the goal for the 2014-2015 School Year: The goal will begin in
September and end in May.

NOTE: Attach any action plans, data and reports to be used for implementation or as a
basis of measurement


Date sent to ECS _August 28, 2014 Signature and Date Approved by ECS ______________


OFFICE OF THE BERGEN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT

School District : Lodi

MERIT GOAL SUBMISSION FORM
School Year 2014-2015

NAME OF ADMINISTRATOR: Frank Quatrone TITLE: Superintendent of Schools

Quantitative Goal _X_ Percentage _3.33% Qualitative Goal ____ Percentage ______

Dollar Value _$5,577.75 Dollar Value _______

Description of Goal:

80 % of students in grades 3-5 will demonstrate a 10 point increase in Reading
Informational Text over the course of the 2014-2015 school year, as measured by a Pre
and Post STAR Assessment.
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Evidence of Completion:

Reports generated by STAR Assessment detailing pre and post scores.

Individual(s) responsible for goal completion: Frank Quatrone, Superintendent of Schools
Timeline(s) to complete the goal for the 2014-2015 School Year: The goal will begin in
September and end in May.

NOTE: Attach any action plans, data and reports to be used for implementation or as a
basis of measurement


Date sent to ECS August 28, 2014 Signature and Date Approved by ECS _____________


OFFICE OF THE BERGEN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT


School District : Lodi

MERIT GOAL SUBMISSION FORM
School Year 2014-2015

NAME OF ADMINISTRATOR: Frank Quatrone TITLE: Superintendent of Schools

Quantitative Goal _X_ Percentage _3.33% Qualitative Goal ____ Percentage ______

Dollar Value _$5,577.75 Dollar Value _______

Description of Goal:

Install a surveillance camera network system and color coded window decals in all 7
district schools in order to enhance current security and ensure a safe learning
environment for all students and staff.

Evidence of Completion:

100% of district schools will have surveillance cameras which will be networked and 100%
of rooms in all district schools will have color coded window decals.

Individual(s) responsible for goal completion: Frank Quatrone, Superintendent of Schools
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Timeline(s) to complete the goal for the 2014-2015 School Year: The goal will begin in July
and end in May.

NOTE: Attach any action plans, data and reports to be used for implementation or as a
basis of measurement

Date sent to ECS August 28, 2014 Signature and Date Approved by ECS _____________


OFFICE OF THE BERGEN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT

School District : Lodi

MERIT GOAL SUBMISSION FORM
School Year 2014-2015

NAME OF ADMINISTRATOR: Frank Quatrone TITLE: Superintendent of Schools

Quantitative Goal _____ Percentage _____ Qualitative Goal __X_ Percentage 2.50%

Dollar Value _______ Dollar Value $4,187.50


Description of Goal:

Increase professional development opportunities for all staff (certificated and non-
certificated) by creating a local Professional Development Academy that will provide
instructional and non-instructional training programs to Lodi staff at no expense to the
Board of Education.

Evidence of Completion:
Two reports will be generated to provide evidence of the goals effectiveness. The first shall
be a report that will show the number of staff who attended training sessions throughout
the year. The second shall be a report that will show the staff rating of the effectiveness of
each training program provided.

Individual(s) responsible for goal completion: Frank Quatrone, Superintendent of Schools
Timeline(s) to complete the goal for the 2014-2015 School Year: The goal will begin in July
and end in May.


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Special Meeting 26 August 2014


NOTE: Attach any action plans, data and reports to be used for implementation or as a
basis of measurement

Date sent to ECS August 28, 2014 Signature and Date Approved by ECS ______________

OFFICE OF THE BERGEN COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT

School District : Lodi

MERIT GOAL SUBMISSION FORM
School Year 2014-2015

NAME OF ADMINISTRATOR: Frank Quatrone TITLE: Superintendent of Schools

Quantitative Goal _____ Percentage _____ Qualitative Goal __X_ Percentage 2.50%

Dollar Value _______ Dollar Value $4,187.50

Description of Goal:

Restructure the Guidance Department at Lodi High School to increase the overall
effectiveness and efficiency of the department, by lowering the overall student to counselor
ratio, and implementing additional guidance programs in all grade levels throughout the
year.

Evidence of Completion:

A dually certified SAC/School Counselor will be hired to replace a full-time SAC
Counselor, a part time secretary and a part-time Student Services Consultant will be hired
to replace a full-time secretary.
Reports will be generated to provide evidence that show a reduction in the student to
counselor caseload for 2014-15 in comparison to the two previous years. Another report
will show the total number of additional guidance programs conducted throughout the
year by topic, grade level, and month.

Individual(s) responsible for goal completion: Frank Quatrone, Superintendent of Schools
Timeline(s) to complete the goal for the 2014-2015 School Year: The goal will begin in July
and end in May.




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NOTE: Attach any action plans, data and reports to be used for implementation or as a
basis of measurement

Date sent to ECS August 28, 2014 Signature and Date Approved by ECS ____________


Goal Type and
Merit %
Goal Plan Responsibility Timeline Achievement
1. Quantitative
3.33%
Conduct a full
technology audit in
which 100% of all
hardware, software
and infrastructure in
the district will be
accounted for in order
to align our
technology assets with
our educational goals
as well as to meet the
demands of PARCC.

a. Meet with
Director of
Technology in
order to
evaluate
software to
audit and track
technology
assets
throughout the
district.
Superintendent

August/
September
.56% if achieved
b. Purchase
chosen
software.
c.
Superintendent

October .56% if achieved
d. Develop a
technology plan
for
implementation
of software.
Superintendent

October /
November
.56% if achieved
e. Install software. Superintendent

November -
March
.55% if achieved
f. Design reports
to obtain the
desired data.
Superintendent

April




.55% if achieved



g. Produce and
analyze reports.
Superintendent

May


.55% if achieved

Goal Type and
Merit %
Goal Plan Responsibility Timeline Achievement
2. Quantitative 80 % of students in
grades 3-5 will
a. Teachers in
grades 3-5 will
Superintendent

September/
October
.56% if achieved

3.33% demonstrate a 10
point increase in
Reading
Informational Text
over the course of the
2014-2015 school year,
as measured by a Pre
and Post STAR
Assessment.

administer the
STAR
assessment and
analyze the
Reading
Informational
Text section
for strengths
and
weaknesses.
b. Teachers will
discuss findings
in grade level
PLCs.

Superintendent

.56% if achieved

c. Findings will
drive
instruction in
individual
classrooms.
Superintendent

.56% if achieved
d. Principals will
analyze the
findings across
grade 3-5 in
their building.
Superintendent .55% if achieved

e. Meetings will
be held with the
Supervisor of
Curriculum &
Instruction and
Principals in
order to
remediate
deficiencies in
the curriculum.
Superintendent

.55% if achieved








f. Teachers in
grades 3-5 will
administer the
STAR
assessment
again and
analyze the
Reading
Informational
Text section
for growth and
improvement

Superintendent

April/
May
.55% if achieved

Goal Type and
Merit %
Goal Plan Responsibility Timeline Achievement
3. Quantitative
3.33%
Install a surveillance
camera network
system and color
coded window decals
in all 7 district schools
a. In conjunction
with the Lodi
Police
Department,
assess and
Superintendent

J uly/
August
.42% if achieved
in order to enhance
current security and
ensure a safe learning
environment for all
students and staff.



prioritize the
appropriate
scope of the
project and
coverage areas
for surveillance
cameras and
determine
optimal color
codes and
locations of
decals.



b. Choose vendor
and award
contract to
purchase and
install desired
network and
cameras.

Superintendent August/
September
.42% if achieved
c. Create color coding
and naming convention
system to distribute to
building Principals.
Principals submit
building layout and
location of each decal,
including the room
numbers on each label.
Superintendent

August -
October

.42% if achieved








d. Obtain quotes
and initiate
Purchase Oder to
vendor for purchase
and installation of
window decals.
Review and
approve proofs
from vendor before
going to production.

Superintendent

November -
February
.42% if achieved
c. Implementation
of and
installation of
hardware and
software
associated with
the camera
system.
Superintendent

October -
December
.42% if achieved
d. Train key
personnel on
use of new
system.
Superintendent

J anuary/
February
.41% if achieved
e. Go live with
system and
make necessary
changes.

Superintendent

March -
May
.41% if achieved
f. Installation of
decals by
vendor.
Superintendent

March/
April
.41% if achieved


Goal Type and
Merit %
Goal Plan Responsibility Timeline Achievement
4. Qualitative
2.50%
Increase professional
development
opportunities for all
staff (certificated and
non-certificated) by
creating a local
Professional
Development
Academy that will
provide instructional
and non-instructional
training programs to
Lodi staff at no
expense to the Board
of Education other
than substitute
coverage.

a. Meet with the
district's
Supervisor of
Curriculum &
Instruction and
Supervisor of
Guidance to
assess the
district's
professional
development
needs in
accordance with
NJ DOE
mandated
trainings and in
support of new
initiatives.
Superintendent

August .23% if achieved
b. Meet with
districts
administrative
team to assess
the district's
professional
development
needs.
Superintendent

August .23% if achieved









c. Meet with the
district's
Supervisor of
Curriculum &
Instruction and
Supervisor of
Guidance to
develop a staff
survey to gauge
the staffs
perspective of
their
professional
Superintendent

September .23% if achieved
development
needs.







d. Meet with the
district's
Supervisor of
Curriculum &
Instruction and
Supervisor of
Guidance to
develop a fall
professional
development
calendar
Superintendent

September .23 % if achieved





e. Distribute the
fall professional
development
calendar to all
staff for
registration.
Superintendent




September .23% if achieved




f. Monitor staff
participation in
fall professional
development
programs by
reviewing
training
participation
lists and
feedback forms.
Superintendent



October -
December
.23 % if achieved





g. Meet with the
district's
Supervisor of
Curriculum &
Instruction and
Supervisor of
Guidance to
develop a
spring
professional
development
calendar.
Superintendent



November .23 % if achieved





h. Distribute the
spring
professional
development
calendar to all
staff for
registration
Superintendent

November .23% if achieved
i. Monitor staff
participation in
spring
professional
development
programs by
reviewing
Superintendent

J anuary -
May
.22 % if achieved
training
participation
lists and
feedback forms.
j. Conduct a year
end analysis of
the overall
effectiveness of
the professional
development
academy by
calculating
participation
rates and
participant
feedback forms.
Superintendent

May .22 % if achieved
k. Use data from
2014-2015 to
guide
development of
2015-2016
programs.
Superintendent

May - J une .22 % if achieved






Goal Type and
Merit %
Goal Plan Responsibility Timeline Achievement
5. Qualitative
2.50%
Restructure the
Guidance Department
at Lodi High School to
increase the overall
effectiveness and
efficiency of the
department, by
lowering the overall
student to counselor
ratio, and
implementing
additional guidance
programs in all grade
levels throughout the
year.


a. Meet with
Supervisor of
Guidance and
High School
Principal to
review and
discuss the
following
topics:
Current student
to counselor
ratio.
Required staff
energy to
maintain
effective
management of
clerical needs
Superintendent

J uly

.5 % if achieved
and pros and
cons of
replacing a full-
time secretary
with a part-
time secretary.
Feasibility of
hiring a part-
time Student
Services
Counselor.
Importance of
replacing the
Student
Assistance
Counselor
(SAC) with a
counselor who
is dually
certified in SAC
and school
counseling.
b. Recruit and hire
the following
positions for
2014-2015:
Part Time
Guidance
Secretary
Part Time
Student
Services
Consultant
FT Student
Assistance
Counselor/SAC
Superintendent

August .5 % if achieved
c. Meet with the
district's
Supervisor of
Guidance to
restructure high
school
counselor
caseload and to
calculate new
student to
counselor ratio
as well as
discuss
implementation
of new
guidance
programs.
Superintendent

August/
September
.5 % if achieved
d. Meet with the
district's
Superintendent

September -
May
.5 % if achieved
Supervisor of
Guidance
monthly to
assess ongoing
progress of
departments
restructuring
plan.
e. Meet with the
district's
Supervisor of
Guidance and
High School
Principal to
conduct year
end assessment
of overall
progress of
departments
restructuring
plan and
analyze reports.
Superintendent

May .5 % if achieved

Respectfully submitted,


Frank Quatrone
Superintendent of Schools

FQ/ma

August 26, 2014


Lodi Board of Education
Lodi, New J ersey Re: Superintendents Report
Special Meeting August 26, 2014

Trustees:

1. Appointment of Teacher Aides (Special Education)

I recommend the appointment of the following Teacher Aides (Special Education) at 5.5 hours per day,
five days per week, at a salary of $17,516.00 from September 1, 2014 to J une 30, 2015 as listed below:

1. Sharon Bene (Thomas J efferson Middle School)
2. Rosalie Caporoso (Roosevelt School)
3. Denise Cattaneo (Thomas J efferson Middle School)
4. Aynur Dere (Lodi High School)
5. Ann DeSmet (Wilson School)
6. Karin Gesell (Thomas J efferson Middle School)
7. Denise Lange (Thomas J efferson Middle School)
8. Pearl Lisa (Columbus School)
9. Gayann Maltese (Hilltop School)
10. J ayne Mania (Washington School)
11. Lisa Kaminski (Hilltop School)
12. Elsa Martinez (Wilson School)
13. Antonina Giordano (Lodi High School) (one-to-one)
14. J enna Miller (Lodi High School)
15. Deborah Mucllari (Wilson School)
16. Donna Quatrone (Lodi High School)
17. Ladina Thomas (Washington School)
18. Maryann Zahorniak (Lodi High School)


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2. Appointment of Teacher Aides (Regular Education)

I recommend the appointment of the following Teacher Aides (Regular Education) at 5.5
hours per day, five days per week, at a salary of $17,516.00 from September 1, 2014 to
J une 30, 2015 as listed below:

1. Elizabeth Annuzzi (Wilson School)
2. Christine Benanti (Washington School)
3. Roseann Frontauria (Roosevelt School)
4. Antoinette Manzetti (Hilltop School)
5. Diane VanderGroef (Washington/Wilson Schools)
6. Patricia Rios (Roosevelt School)

3. Substitute Teacher List

I recommend the following person(s) be added to the Substitute Teacher List for the Lodi
School District for the 2014-2015 school year as listed below:

Substitute Teachers

1. Nita Bhatt 2. Bolisha Enaibe 3. Ashley Lewis

4. Staff Appointments

I request confirmation of approval to appoint the following staff members effective
September 1, 2014 to J une 30, 2015 as listed below:

a. Veronica Blanco LHS History Teacher

Degree: BA
Step: 1
Salary: $42,533.00

b. J ency Guerrero TJMS Science Teacher

Degree: BA
Step: 1
Salary: $42,533.00

c. Thomas Schram LHS English Teacher

Degree: BA
Step: 1
Salary: $42,533.00

d. Elizabeth OBrien LHS Business Teacher
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Degree: MA
Step: 6
Salary: $50,258.00

e. Daniel Ravenda TJMS English Teacher

Degree: BA
Step: 1
Salary: $42,533.00

f. Thomas Manzo LHS History Teacher

Degree: BA
Step: 1
Salary: $42,533.00

g. Marlane Elias Romanelli TJMS English

Degree: MA
Step: 10
Salary: $55,715.00

5. Contracted Services Agreement - South Bergen Jointure Commission

I request confirmation of approval of the contract between the South Bergen J ointure
Commission and the Lodi Board of Education for the provision of the following services
for the 2014-2015 school year as listed below:

1. Occupational Therapy
2. Physical Therapy
3. Speech Therapy
4. Teacher Specials (specify)
Transitional Counselor 12% Share
5. Evaluations:

a. OT
b. PT
c. Speech
d. Other

The cost of each service shall be based on the SBJ C Board of Educations established charges
developed by charging salaries, benefits, and expenses of the employees and a 5%
administrative fee.

6. Transportation:
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a. Bergen Tech & Academies
b. Special Ed

Transportation administration fee is 3%.

6. Tuition, 2014-2015 School Year

I request approval for the tuition of the student(s) for the 2014-2015 school year as listed
below:

i. East Rutherford Public Schools

Student Code ESY Tuition Program Effective Date

a. #13-13 $2,500.00 MD 7-1-14 to 7-25-14

Student Code 14-15 Tuition Program Effective Date

a. #13-13 $46,000.00 MD Self-Contained 9-1-14 to 6-30-15

ii. Mount Saint Joseph Childrens Center

Student Code ESY Tuition Program Effective Date

a. #01-07 $9,524.10 Private 7-7-14 to 8-15-14

Student Code 2014-2015 Tuition Program Effective Date

a. #01-07 $57,144.60 Private 9-5-14 to 6-11-15

iii. South Bergen Jointure Commission

Student Code ESY Tuition Program Effective Date

a. #19-01 $2,900.00 SBJ C ESY 7-1-14 to 7-25-14
b. #13-04 $2,900.00 SBJ C ESY 7-1-14 to 7-25-14
c. #22-16 $2,900.00 SBJ C ESY 7-1-14 to 7-25-14
d. #04-03 $2,900.00 SBJ C ESY 7-1-14 to 7-25-14
e. #01-07 $2,900.00 SBJ C ESY 7-1-14 to 7-25-14
f. #04-13 $2,900.00 SBJ C ESY 7-1-14 to 7-25-14

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iv. Bergen County Special Services School District

Student Code ESY Tuition Program Effective Date

a. #10-16 $4,300.00 Brownstone ESY 7-1-14 to 7-25-14

v. Department of Children and Families Regional School

Student Code Tuition Effective Date

a. #01-23 $180.82 per diem J uly 1, 2014 J une 30, 2015

vi. Northern Valley Regional High School

Student Code Tuition Program Effective Date

a. #04-19 $71,092.00 Valley 7-1-14 to 6-30-15
Special Classes

Extraordinary Services Fee Service Effective Date

$44,880.00 1:1 Aide 7-1-14 to 6-30-15

vii. Holmstead School

Student Code Tuition Effective Date

a. #18-03 $48,299.40 9-3-14 to 6-30-15

7. Annual Contract for I.D.E.A. Services 2014-2015

I request authorization to enter into a contract between Bergen County Special Services
School District and the Lodi Public School District for the provision of educational
services for non-public school students through I.D.E.A. funding. The service that
Bergen County Special Services will provide is Supplemental Instruction and Speech.
The Lodi School District will pay Bergen County Special Services up to the maximum of
$29,360.00 following the start of services.

8. Consulting Services Agreement Northern Valley Regional High School District

I request confirmation of approval of the contract between the Northern Valley Regional
High School District and the Lodi Board of Education for the provision of a home
consultant to provide home based therapy for the student listed below:

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Student Code Hourly Rate Provider Effective Date

a. #04-19 $40.00/hour Region III 8-1-14 to 8-31-14
for 10 hours Valley Program
9. Hospital Based Instruction

I request confirmation of approval to enter into an agreement with Integrity, Inc. to
provide hospital based instruction services to the student listed below:

Student Facility Location Effective Date Instruction Rate

a. #10-03 Integrity House 7-1-14 to 12-19-14 $60.00 per hour
Newark, NJ 20 hours/week

10. Hospital Based Instruction

I request confirmation of approval to enter into an agreement with Bergen County Special
Services School District to provide hospital based instruction services for the 2014-2015
school year at a rate of $60.00 per hour at the following facility as listed below:

1. Bergen Regional Medical Center (Paramus)

11. Special Education Tuition/Service Contract School Year 2014-2015

I request confirmation of approval for the tuition/services of the following student(s) for
the 2014-2015 school year as listed below:

A. Student Code Annual Tuition Program Effective Date

(1) #04-01 $26,149.00 Garfield BOE 9-3-14 to 6-24-15
Self contained,
BD High School Class

In addition the services contracted for by the Special Education Tuition Contract, the
following services may be required:

(a) OT/PT Services, if so designated by an I.E.P. at the rate of $100.00 per 30 minute
session.
(b) Transportation Services, if so designated by an I.E.P.
(c) Individual Aides, if so designated by an I.E.P.

12. Special Education Tuition Contract Agreement

I request confirmation of approval to enter into an agreement between the Ridgefield
Board of Education and the Lodi Board of Education for the school year 2014-2015 for
the student(s) listed below:
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Student Code Amount Program Effective Date

a. #02-18 $59,342.00 Autistic 07/01/14-06/30/15
Additional Service Contract for OT/PT services $100.00 per 30 minute session

b. #04-16 $59,342.00 Autistic 07/01/14-06/30/15
Additional Service Contract for OT/PT services $100.00 per 30 minute session

c. #13-13 $45,780.00 Behaviorally 07/01/14-06/30/15
Disabled
Additional Service Contract for OT/PT services $100.00 per 30 minute session

13. Adoption of New/Revised Policies and Regulations

I recommend the adoption of the following new and revised Bylaws, Policies and
Regulations as listed below:

Policy No. Title

2412R Home Instruction Due to Health Condition (revised)
2417R Student Intervention and Referral Services (revised)
2468 Independent Education Evaluations (new)
2481R Home or Out-Of-School Instruction For A General Education
Student For Reasons Other Than A Temporary or Chronic
Health Condition (revised)
3283 Electronic Communications Between Teaching Staff Members and
Students (new)
4283 Electronic Communications Between Support Staff Members and
Students (new)
5610R Suspension (revised)
5611R Removal of Students for Firearms Offenses (revised)
5612R Assaults on District Board of Education Members or Employees
(revised)
5613R Removal of Students for Assaults With Weapons Offenses (new)
5620R Expulsion (revised)
6472 Tuition Assistance (new)
8462R Reporting Potentially Missing or Abused Children (revised)

Regulation No. Title

R2412 Home Instruction Due To Health Condition (revised)
R2417 Student Intervention and Referral Services (revised)
R2481 Home or Out-Of-School Instruction For A General Education
Student For Reasons Other Than A Temporary or Chronic
Health Condition (revised)
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R5512 Harassment, Intimidation, or Bullying Investigation Procedure
(revised)
R5610 Suspension Procedures (revised)
R5611 Removal of Students for Firearms Offenses (revised)
R5612 Assaults on District Board of Education Members or Employees
(revised)
R5613 Removal of Students for Assaults With Weapons Offenses (new)
R8462 Reporting Potentially Missing or Abused Children (revised)

In addition, the following regulations no longer apply to the evaluation system and should
therefore be abolished:

R3223.1 Evaluation of Nontenured Administrators
R3223.2 Evaluation of Tenure Administrators

14. Sick Leave of Absence/Retirement

I am in receipt of a letter from Geri Stolz, Thomas J efferson Middle School Science
Teacher, requesting a paid sick leave of absence utilizing her accumulated sick days from
September 2, 2014 to October 20, 2014. Mrs. Stolz further requests an unpaid leave of
absence from October 21, 2014 to October 31, 2014 upon which time she shall retire.

15. Staff Resignation

I am in receipt of a letter from Alisa Miller, Lodi High School Guidance Secretary,
resigning from her position effective August 8, 2014.

16. Appointment of LHS 12 Month Part Time Guidance Clerk Typist

I request confirmation of approval to appoint Vivian Cangialosi to the 12 month part time
clerk typist position at Lodi High School effective August 4, 2014. Hours of work will
be from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on a daily basis. Salary shall be $34,356.00 with no
medical benefits.

17. Bergen County Department of Health Services-Bloodborne Pathogen Compliance
Program 2014-2015 School Year

I request approval to authorize the Bergen County Department of Health Services to
provide Bloodborne Pathogen Training and Hepatitis B vaccinations for Lodi Public
Schools at an estimated cost of $3,000.00 for the 2014-2015 school year.

18. HIB Trainings and Programs

In accordance with the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act, districts must report to the New
J ersey Department of Education on the trainings conducted and programs implemented to
reduce harassment, intimidation, and bullying (HIB) twice each school year between J uly
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1 and December 31 (Report Period 1) and between J anuary 1 and J une 30 (Report
Period 2). Similarly, all HIB trainings and programs must be reported to the Board of
Education. Attached please find HIB trainings and programs that were submitted to the
New J ersey Department of Education for Report Period 2 for the 2013-2014 school year.

19. Public Hearing on School Violence, Vandalism and Substance Abuse

As per law and code, the Superintendent of Schools at a public hearing must report to the
Board of Education all acts of violence, vandalism and substance abuse including
harassment, intimidation and bullying two times each school year. The reporting periods
shall be between September 1 and December 31 (Period 1) and J anuary 1 to J une 30
(Period 2). The presentation and information provided by the Superintendent shall
include data submitted under the Electronic Violence and Vandalism Reporting System
(EVVRS) to the New J ersey Department of Education for the previous school year
(2013-2014). A copy of all data that the Superintendent will present to the Board is listed
below:
Lodi Public Schools
Violence and Vandalism 2013-21014 (Period 2)

Category 2013-2014

Section A: Count of Incidents by Reporting Category
Violence 8
Vandalism 0
Weapons 2
Substance Abuse 0
HIB 9
Unduplicated Total 16

Section B: Cost of Vandalism
Incidents involving cost to district 0

Section C: Actions Taken
Police notified (no complaint) 3
Police notified (complaint filed) 4
In-school suspension 0
Out-of-school suspension 19
Expulsions, Unilateral Removals, Removal by ALJ 1
Suspension of Privileges 0

Section D: Offenders and Victims
Student Offenders 20
Student Victims 13
School Personnel Victims 0
Student Victims of Violent Criminal Offense 1

Section E: Program Provided upon Disciplinary Action
Assignments, Educational Program, Instruction and/or
Support Services 18
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In-District Program 0
Home Assignment, Home Instruction 17
Out of District Program 1


20. Appointment of Vice Principal

I request confirmation of approval to appoint Kevin Dowson to the position of Thomas
J efferson Middle School Vice Principal effective August 4, 2014. Salary shall be step 1
MA +30 in accordance with the labor agreement between the Elementary, Middle and
Secondary School Administrators Association (EMSSAA) and the Lodi Board of
Education.

21. Appointment of LHS Interim Supervisor of Mathematics

I request confirmation of approval to appoint J ohn Way to the position of Lodi High
School Interim Supervisor of Mathematics effective September 1, 2014. Salary shall be
step 16 MA in accordance with the Lodi Association of School Supervisors and the Lodi
Board of Education.

22. Appointment of LHS Supervisor of Social Studies/Spanish

I request confirmation of approval to appoint Robert Cannizzaro to the position of Lodi
High School Supervisor of Social Studies/Spanish effective September 1, 2014. Salary
shall be step 10 MA in accordance with the Lodi Association of School Supervisors and
the Lodi Board of Education.

23. Appointment of LHS Assistant Football Coach

I request confirmation of approval to appoint Corey Paladino, Elementary School Health
and Physical Education Teacher, to the position of Lodi High School Assistant Football
Coach effective for the 2014-2015 school year. Stipend shall be $7,619.00 in accordance
with the labor agreement between the Lodi Education Association and the Lodi Board of
Education.

24. Appointment of LHS Guidance Counselor

I request confirmation of approval to appoint Geraldine Passano, Lodi High School
English Teacher, to the position of Lodi High School Guidance Counselor effective
September 1, 2014. Salary shall be step 12 MA in accordance with the Professional
Specialists Personnel Organization and the Lodi Board of Education.

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25. Supplemental Student Services

I request confirmation of approval to enter into an agreement with Student Support
Services Solutions, LLC in order to provide supplemental student services at a rate of
$150.00 per diem. Said services shall not exceed $22,500.00 for the 2014-2015 school
year.

26. Essex Regional Educational Services Commission, 2014-2015 School Year

I request authorization to enter into an agreement with the Essex Regional Educational
Services Commission effective September 1, 2014 to J une 30, 2015. This contract allows
for the purchase of the Alternative Education slots/seats in the Essex High School for at-
risk students at a fee of $18,040.00 per slot/seat.

27. Donation of Services

I request confirmation of approval for the donation of services from the J ennifer Scimeca
Memorial Fund. The Washington School faculty and staff established this fund in order
to construct a memorial garden and granite bench in memory of Ms. Scimeca. The
garden will be maintained by the memorial fund.

28. Increased Work Day of Teacher Aide

Due to additional responsibilities, I am requesting approval to increase the workday of
the following teacher aide as listed below:

1. Aynur Dere, Lodi High School Teacher Aide, by fifteen (15) minutes per day at her
currently hourly rate of $17.22. Said increase will be effective from September 1, 2014
to J une 30, 2015.

29. Resignation of Teacher Aide

I am in receipt of a letter from J oyce Rodenbaugh, Hilltop School Teacher Aide,
resigning from her position effective J une 30, 2014.

30. Account Clerk Services

I request confirmation of approval to enter into an agreement between the Lodi Board of
Education and Accountemps in order to provide temporary account clerk services to
cover a medical leave of absence in the Business Office at an hourly rate of $35.00. Said
agreement shall remain in effect until August 29, 2014.

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31. Donation of Services

I request approval for the donation of services from The Home Depot in order to erect a
Heros Garden that will serves as a 9-11 memorial at Lodi High School. The memorial
will include a paver walkway leading to a paver planting box with flowers and shrubs.
Two memorial stones for the Lodi High School Alumni will also be displayed.

32. Approval of Documents

I request approval of the following documents for the Lodi School District for the 2014-
2015 school year. A copy of each document is on file in the Office of the
Superintendent:

1. Student Assistance Program Manual
2. Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying: A Handbook for Parents and
Students
3. Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying Investigation Packet
4. Postsecondary Planning Guide
5. Division of Child Protection and Permanency Manual
6. Program of Studies

33. Volunteers

I recommend the approval of the following volunteer coaches for the 2014-2015 school
year as listed below:

LHS Boys Baseball LHS Boys Basketball

1. Brett Gossman 1. Dominick Annuzzi
2. J eff Luna 2. Steve Wilson

Girls Basketball LHS Football

1. J oseph Romeo 1. Nick Citro (pending receipt of approval from the
Department of Criminal History Review)
2. Dominick Annuzzi
3. Alex Mella

LHS Softball LHS Boys Soccer

1. Laura Hagens 1. Vincent Serapiglia

LHS Wrestling LHS Track

1. Anthony Mobilio 1. Kristen Policastro
2. Bob Cannizzaro
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34. Emergency Planning Guide and Crisis Management Handbook

I request approval of the updated 2014-2015 Emergency Planning Guide and Crisis
Management Handbook for the Lodi School District. A copy of the handbook is on file
in the Office of the Superintendent.

35. List of Subject Areas 2014-2015

Listed on the attached page(s) are the subject areas that will be taught at the elementary,
middle and high school levels for the 2014-2015 school year. There is a curriculum
guide for each subject area. In addition, Guidance services, Health services, and Child
Study Team services are provided as needed to students Pre-K to Grade 12. All
subjects are listed below:

Elementary (Grades K-5)


Middle School (6-8)

Algebra Grade 8 English Grades 6-8
Instrumental Music
Grades 6-8
Mathematics Grades 6-8
Physical
Education/Health
Grades 6-8
Reading Grades 6-8
Science Grades
6-8
Social Studies Grades 6-8
Social Studies
Honors Grades
6-8
Speech/Language
Grades 6-8
Title I Language Arts
Grades
6-8
Title I Math Grades 6-8
Math Honors
Grade 7
Reading Honors
Grade 7
English Honors
Grade 7
Science Honors Grade 7
Literature Honors Science Honors
Art Character Education
English As a Second
Language ESL
Family Life
General Music Gifted/Talented Health & Safety Language Arts
Library/Media Mathematics Penmanship
Physical
Education
Science Social Studies Speech/Language Spelling

Title I/Language Arts
(Basic Skills)
Title I/Math (Basic Skills) World Languages
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Grade 8 Grade 8

Special Area



Lodi High School
Courses 2014-2015

Language Arts Literacy
English Literature 1 Honors English Literature 1 English Literature 2 Honors English Literature 2
English Literature 3 Honors English Literature 3 English Literature 4 AP Literature & Composition
LA Literacy Strategies for
Success
SAT Prep Critical Reading AHSA LA Literacy Creative Writing
ELL Level 1 ELL Level 2 ELL Level 3 ELL Lab Beginner
ELL Lab Intermediate Public Speaking

Mathematics
Algebra 1 Honors Algebra 1 Geometry Honors Geometry
Algebra 2 Honors Algebra 2 Pre-Calculus Honors Pre-Calculus
AP Calculus AB Discrete
Mathematics
SAT & PSAT Prep Math AHSA Math
Math Strategies for
Success
Math Enrichment

Social Studies
World History Honors World History US History 1 Honors US History 1
US History 2 Honors US History 2 Sociology Psychology
Honors Psychology AP US Government &
Politics


Science
Biology-Lab/Inquiry-
based
Honors Biology -Lab/Inquiry-
based
Chemistry-Lab/Inquiry-
based
Honors Chemistry -
Lab/Inquiry-based
Environmental Science-
Lab/Inquiry-based
Integrated Science-Lab/Inquiry-
based
Honors Integrated Science
-Lab/Inquiry-based
Physics-Lab/Inquiry-
based
AP Biology-
Lab/Inquiry-based
AP Chemistry-Lab/Inquiry-
based


Band Choir
Creative Writing
Grades 7 & 8
English As a Second Language
Music & Art
Grades 6-8
World Language
Spanish/French
Grades 6-8
Technology Classes
Grades 6-8
Wilson Reading Instructional
Program
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World Languages
Spanish 1 Spanish 1Native
Speaker
Spanish 2 Spanish 3
Honors Spanish 4 Honors Spanish 5
French 1 French 2 French 3 Honors French
4
Honors French 5

Physical Education, Health & Safety
Physical Education 9 Physical Education 10 Physical Education
11
Physical Education
12
Health 9 Health 10/Drivers
Education
Health 11 Health 12

Visual Performing Arts
Exploratory Art Art 1 Art 2 Art 3
Ceramics Choir Madrigal Choir Band

Business, Career and Technical Education
Business and Electronic
Communications
Introduction to Information
Technology
Multimedia and Web
Design
Financial
Literacy
Business Law Cooperative Business Education Cooperative Education
Work Experience
Seminar
Accounting 1
Yearbook Production Foods & Nutrition Educational Community Service
Tomorrows Teachers Student Leadership Academy

Student Support Services
Academic Support Skills for Learning Wilson Reading ECS Peer
Tutor


36. Nonpublic School Nursing Services

I recommend that the Bergen County Department of Health Services provide nursing and
related services to students enrolled in the following eligible nonpublic school as listed
below:

Immaculate Conception High School

The per pupil billing for nursing services to nonpublic schools will be equivalent to the
per pupil allocation to be disseminated by the New J ersey Department of Education.

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37. Nonpublic Nursing Services Budget 2014-2015

I recommend the approval of the Nonpublic Nursing Services Budget 2014-2015 as listed
below:
Nonpublic Nursing Services Budget 2014-2015

Account Schools Allocation
509 Immaculate Conception High School $ 16,524.52
509 Bergen Cty. Dept. of Health Services $ 2,980.24
509 Lodi Board of Education $ 603.24
_________
Total: $20,108.00

38. Nonpublic Aid 2014-2015

I recommend the approval of the following Nonpublic Aid Budgets 2014-2015 as listed
below:

Nonpublic Textbook Aid Budget 2014-2015

School Description Allocation

Immaculate Conception H.S. Textbooks $12,512.00

Nonpublic Technology Aid Budget 2014-2015

School Description Allocation

Immaculate Conception H.S. Technology $ 6,720.00

39. Professional Nursing Services 2014-2015

I request approval to enter into an agreement with Carol A. Homyack to provide nursing
services to Immaculate Conception High School. The cost is not to exceed $16,524.52 in
accordance with the New J ersey Department of Educations entitlement for nonpublic
nursing services.

40. Five-Year Content Area Review Schedule

I request approval of the Five-Year Content Area Review Schedule as listed below:

2014-2015 Technology Literacy
Science
2015-2016 World Language
Language Arts Literacy
Career Education and Consumer, Family Life Skills
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2016-2017 Bilingual/ESL
Social Studies
2017-2018 Mathematics
Visual and Performing Arts
2018-2019 Comprehensive Health and Physical Education
Gifted and Talented

41. Chapters 192/193 Revised Funding Statement Report of Non-public Auxilliary and
Handicapped Services for the 2014-2015 School Year

I recommend approval of the revised Chapters 192/193 Funding Statement Report for the
2014-2015 school year as listed below:

Chapters 192/193 Revised Funding Statement for 2014-2015

Chapter 192
Compensatory Education $ 3,583.00
_________
Total Chapter 192 $ 3,583.00

Chapter 193
Initial Examination and Classification $ 5,039.00
Annual Examination and Classification $ 4,693.00
English as a Second Language $ 1,827.00
Supplemental Instruction $ 13,340.00
Total Chapter 193 $24,899.00

Grand Total for Chapters 192/193 $28,482.00

42. Lodi Drug Alliance Donation

I request approval to accept a donation in the amount of $2,059.00 from the Lodi Drug
Alliance in order to purchase Intervention and Referral Service software for the district.

43. Donation for Grade 9 Orientation

I request approval for the donation of $1,400.00 from Lodi CARES in order to fund the
Lodi High School Orientation Barbecue.

Respectfully submitted,


Frank Quatrone
Superintendent of Schools

FQ/ma
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1. TRANSFERS FOR 2013-2014 &2014-2015 SCHOOL YEARS

I request confirmation of the transfer of funds for the 2013-2014 & 2014-2015 school
years, as attached.


2. CONFIRMATION OF DISCARDS/TRADE IN

I request confirmation/approval of the discarding of the following items:


A. The following list of items as requested by Emil Carafa, Principal of Washington
School, in accordance with a memo dated J une 25, 2014:

Qty Item
7 3M Overhead Projectors
4 Black Computer Carts
1 IBM Typewriter #0708
1 Sharp TV Model F56B
2 PIX Mobile Carts
2 Buhi AV Chairs
1 Detecto Scale- TAG# 0723
1 Gray Cart
1 Gray Computer Cart


B. The following books as requested by J ohn Way, Vice Principal of Thomas
J efferson Middle School, in accordance with a memo dated J une 24, 2014:

QTY DESCRIPTION
35 World History Books ISBN# 978-0-07-874525-6
43 Mathematics Course 2 ISBN# 0-13-203136-1
29 Mathematics Course 1 ISBN# 0-13-203135-3







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C. The following list of items as requested by Michael Cardone, Principal of
Roosevelt School, in accordance with a memo dated J une 25, 2014:

ITEM MODEL # SERIAL # TAG#
Dell Mini Tower GX620 505W5B1 6178
Dell Mini Tower GX620 C05W5B1 6179
Dell Mini Tower GX620 905W5B1 6180
Dell Mini Tower GX620 CY4W5B1 6181
Dell Mini Tower GX620 7Z4W5B1 6182
Dell Mini Tower GX620 J Z4W5B1 6183
Dell Mini Tower GX620 F05W5B1 6184
Dell Mini Tower GX620 3Z4W5B1 6185
Dell Mini Tower GX620 305W5B1 6186
Dell Mini Tower GX620 J Y4W5B1 6187
Dell Mini Tower GX620 115W5B1 6188
Dell Mini Tower GX620 CZ4W5B1 6189
Dell Mini Tower GX620 G7KT5B1 6190
Switch SRW2048 RJ T00G200896 6603
Switch SRW2048 RJ T00G200574 6609
Laser Printer 1710N 59X9191 No TAG
Xerox Printer 6120 E150942 No TAG


D. The following list of items as requested by Emil Carafa, Principal of Washington
School, in accordance with a memo dated J une 23, 2014:

Qty Item
1 Xerox Phaser 6120 Printer
1 Hewlitt Packard ScanJ et ADJ
1 Hewlitt Packard ScanJ et 5200C




E. The attached list of books as requested by Michael Cardone, Principal of
Roosevelt School, in accordance with a memo dated J une 24, 2014.






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F. The following list of items as requested by Frank DAmico, Principal of Lodi High
School, in accordance with a memo dated J une 25, 2014:

Qty Item TAG#
1 Master Clock 3435
1 Olympus Camedia
1 Photo Smart
1 Nikon AF Nikkor
1 Olympus Camedia
1 Fuji Film Discovery Zoom
Books ISBN#
20 Lord of the Flies 0-399-50148-7
4 Of Mice and Men 0-553-24074-209
4 Sophocles 0-671-88804-8
2 J onathan Livingston Seagull 0-380-00779-7
52 The Great Gatsby 0-0684-80152-3
2 Romeo & J uliet 978-0-8120-3572-8
Glencoe Literature
27 Act Advantage
45 Le Morte DArthur
15 The New SAT
25 Mythology
45 Idylls of the King 0-440-93948-8
5 Of Mice and Men 0-14-01-7739-6
4 The Scarlet Letter
Catcher in the Rye
Ordinary People 978-2-14006517-6
The Color of Water
The Secret Garden
38 Fahrenheit 451 0-345-34296-8
15 Main Street
A Separate Peace 978-0-684-83366-8
14 English Composition
2 All for Texas Teaching Notes
& Answer Keys
0-8092-0633-3
2 This Generation of Americans
Teaching Notes & Answer
Key
0-8092-0641-2
2 The Road to Freedom
Teaching Notes & Answer
Key
0-8092-0363-3
When I Dream of Heaven 0-8092-0381-2
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The Worst of Times Teaching
Notes & Answer Key
0-8092-0639-0
2 Revenge of the Aztecs 0-8092-0638-2
2 The Corn Raid Teaching
Notes & Answer Key
0-8092-0631-5
2 Wind on the River Teaching
Notes & Answer Key
0-8092-0635-8
2 To Touch the Stars Teaching
Notes & Answer Key
0-8092-0640-4
World History Transparencies
Dead End J ob 1-55143-378-8
In Their Own Words: A
History of the American
Negro

Women Astronauts Aboard
the Shuttle
0-671-64840-3
A Pictorial History of the Civil
War Years

The Blue and the Gray




G. The following list of computers as requested by Frank DAmico, Principal of Lodi
High School, in accordance with a memo dated J une 25, 2014:

Qty Item TAG#
1 Dell Latitude D800 Computer 5260
1 Dell Latitude D800 Computer 5261
1 Dell GX280 Desktop 5864
1 Dell GX280 Desktop 5866
1 Dell Optiplex Computer 6048
1 Dell Optiplex Computer 6050
1 Dell GX620 6052
1 Dell Optiplex 755 Computer 6238
1 Dell GX620 6239
1 Dell Latitude D820 6240
1 Dell Optiplex 755 Computer 6266
1 Dell Optiplex 745 6267
1 Dell Optiplex 745 6274
1 Dell Optiplex 745 6652
1 Dell Optiplex 745 6654
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1 Dell Optiplex 745 6655
1 Dell Latitude D830 Notebook 6691
1 Dell Latitude D830 Notebook 6711
1 Dell Laptop 6762
1 Dell Latitude D830 Laptop 6763
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6814
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6824
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6946
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6947
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6948
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6949
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6950
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6951
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6952
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6953
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6954
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6955
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6956
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6957
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6958
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6959
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6962
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6963
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6964
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6965
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6966
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6968
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6969
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6971
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6972
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6973
1 Dell Optiplex 755 6975
1 Dell Optiplex 755 7380



H. The following list of items as requested by Frank DAmico, Principal of Lodi High
School, in accordance with a memo dated J uly 7, 2014:

Qty Item TAG#
1 Dell Latitude D800 Computer 5698
1 Dell Latitude D800 Computer 6029
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1 Dell Latitude D830 Computer 6802
1 Dell Latitude D830 Computer 6415
1 Dell Latitude D830 Computer 6413
1 Dell Latitude D830 Computer 6412
1 Dell Latitude D830 Computer 6805
1 Dell Optiplex 745 Computer 6651
1 Dell Optiplex 745 Computer 6656
1 Dell Optiplex 755 Computer 6970
1 Metal Desk with Return 3414
1 Hitachi TV 4990
1 File Cabinet N/ A
1 2 Door Cabinet N/ A
1 HP Deskjet Printer 6940 N/ A
1 HP Scanner C3180 N/ A
1 Sharp VCR N/ A


I. The following list of books as requested by Dorothy Laverty, Business
Administrator of Immaculate Conception High School, in accordance with a
memo dated August 4, 2014:


QTY

TITLE

ISBN #

PUBLISHER
33 Algebra: Structure
and Method Book 1
978-0-395-11776-
7
McDougal
Littell/Houghton
Mifflin
14 Geometry 978-0-395-77120-
4
McDougal
Littell/Houghton
Mifflin
10 Basic Algebra 2-07208 Houghton Mifflin
1 Geometry 06-544001-3 Scribner
McMillan
1 Refresher
Mathematics
0-13-771122-0 Prentice Hall


J . A broken changing table as requested by Frank DAmico, Principal of Lodi High
School, in accordance with a memo dated August 5, 2014.





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K. The following list of items as requested by Frank DAmico, Principal of Lodi High
School, in accordance with a memo dated August 4, 2014:

Qty Item
1 HP Deskjet S/N 6940
1 HP Laserjet S/N 1012
2 AT&T Answering Machine S/N 1722
6 Computer Mice



L. The following list of items as requested by Vincent DiChiara, Principal of
Columbus School, in accordance with a memo dated August 5, 2014:


Quantity Item
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6079
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6080
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6081
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6082
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6083
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6084
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6085
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6086
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6087
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6088
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6089
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6090
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6091
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6092
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6093
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6094
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6095
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6096
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6097
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6098
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6099
1 Dell Optiplex Computer TAG# 6100


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M. 105 Pre Calculus Books as requested by Frank DAmico, Principal of Lodi High
School, in accordance with a memo dated August 14, 2014.


3. APPROVAL OF FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT COMPANY
CONTRACT, FISCAL YEAR 2015

This office has been notified by the New J ersey Department of Agriculture, Bureau of
Child Nutrition Programs, that the food service management company contract
submitted for fiscal year 2015 has been approved.


4. COLUMBUS SCHOOL CLASSROOM FLOORS REPLACEMENT
PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #01

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order in the
amount of $684.00 be approved. Said change order is to repair a 12 x 12 section of
damaged sub flooring in Room 6. However due to the built in $2,975.00 repair
allowance, the original contract sum will remain unchanged.


5. THOMAS JEFFERSON MIDDLE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
RENOVATION PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #01

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order in the
amount of $5,000.00 be approved. Said change order is to provide additional material
to cover larger openings around existing lights and to repair plaster at the upper rear
portion of the stage. However due to the built in $10,000.00 repair allowance, the
original contract sum will remain unchanged.






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6. LODI HIGH SCHOOL BOILER REPLACEMENT PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #1

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order in the
amount of $3,137.00 be approved. Said change order is to replace a pair of doors
between the boiler room and the corridor. However due to the built in $10,000.00
repair allowance, the original contract sum will remain unchanged.


7. DONATION OF EQUIPMENT TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB

I request confirmation of approval of the donation of a movie screen, TAG# 2711, to
the Boys and Girls Club as requested by Frank DAmico, Principal of Lodi High School in
accordance with a memo dated J uly 10, 2014.



8. COLUMBUS SCHOOL CLASSROOM FLOORS REPLACEMENT
PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #02

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order in the
amount of $550.00 be approved. Said change order is to reduce the height of existing
subfloor saddle between the classroom and closet in Room 6, also to replace an area of
bowed subfloor in room 11. However due to the built in $2,975.00 repair allowance, the
original contract sum will remain unchanged.


9. COLUMBUS SCHOOL CLASSROOM FLOORS REPLACEMENT
PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #03

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order in the
amount of $304.00 be approved. Said change order is to repair damaged subfloor in
the closet in Room 8. However due to the built in $2,975.00 repair allowance, the
original contract sum will remain unchanged.

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10. COLUMBUS SCHOOL CLASSROOM FLOORS REPLACEMENT
PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #04

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order in the
amount of $560.00 be approved. Said change order is to trim the underside of cabinets
in the Main Office. However due to the built in $2,975.00 repair allowance, the original
contract sum will remain unchanged.



11. HILLTOP PAVEMENT RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #01

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order in the
amount of $3,500.00 be approved. Said change order is to install 125 linear feet of PVC
piping under the pavement in connection with the field irrigation system for a total cost
of $8,500.00. However due to the built in $5,000.00 general repair allowance, the
contract sum will increase by $3,500.00.


12. COLUMBUS SCHOOL CLASSROOM FLOORS REPLACEMENT
PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #05

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order in the
amount of $(55.00) be approved. Said change order is to replace and repair concrete
and wood framing in classroom 7 for an amount of $822.00. The remaining $55.00 of
the total repair allowance is being credited to the original contract sum.



13. WILSON SCHOOL CLASSROOM FLOORS REPLACEMENT PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #01

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order in the
amount of $(3,100.00) be approved. Said change order is a credit of the unused
portion of the general repair and wood subfloor allowance.
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14. COLUMBUS SCHOOL CLASSROOM FLOORS REPLACEMENT
PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #06

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order increasing
the contract in the amount of $2,470.00 be approved. Said change order is to modify
and patch various unforeseen gaps in the floor under door frames and under ventilators
and around piping.



15. LODI HIGH SCHOOL BOILER REPLACEMENT PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #2

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order in the
amount of $4,079.00 be approved. Said change order is to relocate cold water piping at
the ceiling to accommodate the new expansion tank and repair flue opening at boiler
room wall. However due to the built in $10,000.00 repair allowance, the original
contract sum will remain unchanged.



16. ROOSEVELT SCHOOL HEATING REPLACEMENT PROJECT
CHANGE ORDER #1

In accordance with the recommendation of SSP Architectural Group., the Boards
Architectural Firm, I request confirmation of approval of the change order in the
amount of $(5,000.00) be approved. Said change order is a credit of the unused
general repair allowance.










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17. RECEIPT OF BIDS
SIDEWALK AND CURBING REPLACEMENT PROJECT AT VARIOUS
SCHOOLS

On TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 2014 at 10:00 A.M., sealed bids were received for
the Sidewalk and Curbing Replacement Project at Various Schools. The bids were as
follows:

Name of Bidder Base Bid
Diamond Construction
35 Beaverson Blvd.
Brick, NJ 08723

$33,485.00

Tec-Con Contractors
9 Dodd Street
East Orange, NJ

$30,640.00

D&L Paving Construction
681 Franklin Avenue
Nutley, NJ

$51,453.00

Cifelli & Sons Gerneal Contractors
4 Coppola Street
Nutley, NJ

$49,770.00

Solgen, Inc.
664 Blue Hill Rd
River Vale, NJ

$54,661.30



In accordance with the recommendation of Maser Consulting, P.A., the Boards
Engineering firm, I request confirmation of approval to award the Base Bid to Tec-
Con Construction, the lowest responsible bidder complying with the bid
specifications.






LODI BOARD OF EDUCATION
LODI, NEW JERSEY 07644




RESOLUTION





RESOLUTION RE: ENTERING INTO CLOSED SESSION


OFFERED BY TRUSTEE: CARDONE

SECONDED BY TRUSTEE: CARBONETTI


WHEREAS, the Lodi Board of Education shall go into CLOSED
SESSION on TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2014 following the Hearing of Citizens
portion of the Special Meeting TO REVIEW AND DISCUSS A PERSONNEL
MATTER;

AND WHEREAS, this discussion will not be disclosed at any open
public meeting until such time that a reason for privacy no longer exists.


DATE: AUGUST 26, 2014

VOTE: APPROVED UNANIMOUSLY