Carlynton School District


Agenda Setting/Committee/Voting Meeting

September 3, 2009

Carlynton Jr.-Sr. High School Library – 7:30 p.m.




Call to order




Roll call


public comment on business before the board


approval of minutes:


Motion to approve the following:


  1. The minutes of the August 20, 2009 Regular Voting Meeting as presented.

__________First;  __________Second;  __________Vote


Minutes – August 20, 2009



  • Executive Session – Thomas Brown
  • Superintendent’s Report – Dr. Panza

Ø      Principals’ Reports

Ø      Director of Pupil Services Report

Ø      Business Manager Report





I. Miscellaneous



Motion to approve the following:


1.       The list of conference requests as presented and approved by administration:

§         C…M.Weaver…Penn State…NSLP Training…9/10

§         C…A.Harrity…AIU…LS Curriculum Workshop…9/23

§         C…L.Myford…PATTAN…ACCESS Training…10/7

§         C…D.Warne…PATTAN…ACCESS Training…10/7

§         C…B.Kohl…Heinz History Ctr…Leadership Seminar…10/12

§         C…L.Myford…Omni William Penn…Bully Prev.Grant…11/17-18

                   (Miscellaneous Item #0909-1)

__________First;  __________Second;  __________Vote


Conference Requests

II.    Finance



Recommend  the following:



1.       The Treasurer’s Report for the month of August 2009 as presented; TBP


Treasurer’s Report –August 2009

2.       The August 2009 bills in the amount of $__________ as presented; TBP


August 2009 Bills

Motion to approve the following:


1.       The Carnegie Real Estate Tax Refund as presented;  (Finance Item #0909-1)


Carnegie RE Tax Refund

2.       The Rosslyn Farms Earned Income Tax Audit Report for 2008 as presented;


Rosslyn Farms 2008 EIT Audit Report

3.       The audit report of the Carlynton School District for the years ending June 30, 2005 and June 30, 2006 as presented by the State Auditor General;


CSD State Auditor General Audit Report

4.       The Letters of Agreement for SAP Services between the district and Chartiers Community Mental Health and Retardation Center, Inc. for the 2009-2010 school year as presented, at no cost to the district;  (Finance Item #0909-2)


SAP Services Agreement  with CCMHRC

5.       The Letter of Agreement for student assistance liaison services for the Carlynton School District as provided by Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic for Drug and Alcohol programs. This program is funded by the Safe and Drug Free Schools grant;   (Finance Item #0909-3)


Letter of Agreement with WPIC

6.       The contract between the district and Evelyn Bainbridge for speech and language services as recommended by administration and reviewed by the solicitor.  (Finance Item #0909-4)

__________First;  __________Second;  __________Vote



Speech and Language Services – Evelyn Bainbridge

III.  Personnel


Motion to approve the following:


1.       The additions to the 2009-2010 Day-to-Day Substitute List as presented and reviewed by administration;

§         Jill Bode – Elementary, K-6

§         Bonnie Cooley – Elementary, K-6

                   (Personnel Item #0909-1)


Additions to the 2009-2010 Day-to-Day Sub List

2.       The following additions and resignations to the 2009-2010 Supplemental Athletic List as presented:

§   David Oddi, Athletic Director

§   Ryan Gevaudan, Assistant Athletic Director

§   Lisa Mitchell, Grade 8 Girls’ Basketball-Resigning

§   Larry Fingers, Sr., Grade 7-8 Head Boys’ Soccer-Resigning

§   Gerard McDonough, Grade 7-8 Assistant Boys’ Soccer-Resigning

                        (Personnel Item #0909-2)


Additions/Resignations to the Supplemental Athletic List


3.       Resignation of Kirsten Boring, secondary Social Studies teacher, and to approve the anticipated posting;  (Personnel Item #0909-3)


Resignation – Kirsten Boring, Secondary SS

4.  Award a Professional Employee Contract to the following individual for the 2009-2010 school year, under the terms and conditions of the CFT collective bargaining agreement:

§         Joy Bhuta, Special Education   (Personnel Item #0909-4)


PE –Joy Bhuta, Special Ed

5.       The recommended salary increases for the Administrative Compensation Plan employees for the 2009-2010 school year as presented.

      __________First;  __________Second;  __________Vote



Salary Increases – ACP Employees



  • Discussion: The 300, 400, 500 and 600 Policy Series
  • PSBA Membership










__________First;  __________Second;  __________Vote