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Mar 24 2014

NEW CASTLE COUNTY VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING
March 24, 2014
7:00 P.M.

The following Board members were present for the School Board meeting, which was hosted by Hodgson
Vocational Technical High School: John F. Lynch, Jr., President; Yvette Santiago, Vice President; Madeline
Johnson; Renee Taschner; Robert Gilligan; and Cheryl Dennis. Mark Stellini was absent. (Ms. Santiago
arrived at 7:05 p.m.; Mr. Gilligan left at 8:05 p.m.) Victoria C. Gehrt, Superintendent, was also present.
CALL TO ORDER

Mr. Lynch called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

COMMUNITY/PUBLIC COMMENTS - None
REPORT / SECRETARY / SUPERINTENDENT

Minutes
A motion was made by Ms. Johnson and seconded by Mrs. Dennis to dispense with the reading and to
recommend approval of the minutes of the regular meeting of the Board of Education held on Monday,
February 24, 2014. The motion passed with four affirmative votes, one abstention, and two members absent.
Those in the affirmative were: Mr. Lynch, Ms. Taschner, Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. Dennis. Mr. Gilligan
abstained. Ms. Santiago and Mr. Stellini were absent.
Correspondence

• Letter and report from Aimee Beam, RD, LDN, Education Associate, School Nutrition Program, regarding the findings of the February 19, 2014, Administrative Review of the District's operation of the School Nutrition Programs. Programs are reviewed and findings addressed in areas of recognition as well as that need corrective action. Mr. Nick Mottola, Supervisor of Nutrition Services for the District, explained the report to the Board. Mr. Mottola reported that this review is done every 5 years. The District's nutrition programs received a perfect score.
RECOGNITION OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Hodgson
Division II Football State Champions
Presenter:
Dr. Jerry Lamey, Principal Frank Moffett, Head Coach Dave Collins, Asst. Coach Franz Kappel, Asst. Coach Captains: Bilal Nichols, Business Tech, 12th Xavier Trotter, Culinary Arts, 12th Raymond Jones, Business Tech, 11th
Sportsmanship-Students Caring for Caravel Player Hurt During Semi-Final Playoff Football Game
Presenter:
Dr. Jerry Lamey, Principal Kyle Taylor, Electrical Trades, 11th Charles Morris, HVAC, 11th Trevor Hunter, Industrial Millwright, 11th Board of Education Minutes March 24, 2014 Page 2
Flight B Champions
Presenter:
Dr. Jerry Lamey, Principal Cross Country
Brian Feeley, Head Coach Megan Baker, Asst. Coach John Poore, Volunteer Coach Captains: Caleb Robertson, HVAC, 12th Daniel Toy, Environmental Landscaping, 11th Wrestling
Curtis Pace, Head Coach Don Meyer, Asst. Coach Michael Pollock, Asst. Coach Captains: Sevy Seda, Nurse Tech, 12th Isaiah Lewis, Academy, 12th Girl's Basketball
Chris Jones, Head Coach Melanie Miller, Asst. Coach Stephen Colella, Asst. Coach Captain: Mia Wynn, Nurse Tech, 12th
Delaware's Representative in 2014 United States Senate Youth Program - $5,000 Scholarship
Presenter:
Ms. Christine Colihan, Assistant Principal Tiddy Mauti, Nurse Tech, 12th
PUBLIC PRESENTATION

Hodgson
Samsung Project – Delaware Competition Winners – School Receives $20,000
Presenters:
Ms. Christine Colihan, Asst. Principal Mr. Justin Benz, Environmental Technology Instructor Mr. Stan Studzinski, Industrial Millwright Instructor Industrial Millwright Students: William Hearn, 11th; Keith Meyer, 11th Environmental Technology Students: Katelyn Fry, 11th; Brad Connor, 12th
Academy of Manufacturing & PreEngineering
Project Lead the Way Conference/University of Delaware
Presenters:
Dr. Jerry Lamey, Principal Academy Students: Dariele Jones, 11th; Skylar Kley, 12th; Marvin Smith, 10th; Nick Wertman, 10th
FINANCIAL REPORTS

The motion was made by Ms. Johnson and seconded by Ms. Santiago to approve the Financial Reports for
February, subject to audit. The motion passed unanimously.
BIDS, QUOTATIONS, AND CHANGE ORDERS - None

Board of Education Minutes March 24, 2014 Page 3
REPORTS: PRINCIPALS / DIRECTORS / SPECIAL

Discussions were held regarding Board members' comments on, and inquiries into, the monthly
administrative reports.
OLD BUSINESS

Proposed School-Based Wellness Center Parent/Student Consent Form-Second Reading
At the February Board meeting, the proposed School-Based Wellness Center Parent/Student Consent for
Treatment form with the added option of the depo provera injectable contraceptive service for use by the
Wellness Centers, run by Christiana Care, was approved to be posted for a public comment period. It was
explained by the Wellness Center staff that the Delaware Public Health recently approved to dispense the
depo provera injectable contraceptive in the school-based health centers (SBHC) as part of the reproductive
health services, and if approved, they will work with Delaware Public Health to initiate this service in the
District's SBHCs. One comment was received to the effect the form should be written at an 8th grade level,
but Christiana Care and District administration believe the form is written at the appropriate level. The Board
was told Mr. David Williams, the District's attorney, approved the form and he also offered the opinion that
Christiana Care would be the liable party in any issue. The motion was made by Ms. Santiago and seconded
by Mrs. Dennis to approve the proposed School-Based Wellness Center Parent/Student Consent for
Treatment form with the added option of the depo provera injectable contraceptive service. The motion was
carried unanimously.

2013-2014 Make-Up Days
Dr. Gehrt reported to the Board that the State Board of Education excused 5 inclement weather days for New
Castle County and with the added 2 in-service days that were cancelled, there was enough instructional time
gained to only need 1 additional day at the end of the school year. Therefore, the changes recommended to
our 2013-2014 District Calendar will be: June 11 is the last day for students; June 10 and 11 will be half-
days for exams; and the last teacher day will be June 17 (June 16 for those who worked trade-in days). The
motion was made by Ms. Johnson and seconded by Ms. Tachner to accept these revisions to the 2013-2014
District Calendar. The motion passed unanimously.
Proposed 2014-2015 & 2015-2016 District Calendars
At February's Board meeting, the Board approved for posting the proposed 2014-2015 & 2015-2016 District
Calendars. During the public comment period, a change was recommended: second bullet added verbiage;
"Any days lost due to inclement weather or other forced closings shall be made up during and/or…" Another
comment was received recommending changes to the 2015-2016 District Calendar that will be submitted to
the Calendar Committee for review next year. The motion was made by Mrs. Dennis and seconded by Ms.
Taschner to approve the 2014-2015 & 2015-2016 District Calendars. The motion was carried unanimously.
NEW BUSINESS
A motion was made by Ms. Santiago and seconded by Mrs. Dennis to approve personnel actions, including
addendum (page 36 a.), as recommended:
LOCATION

NEW APPOINTMENTS
Del. Skills Ctr.
Carpentry Instructor—Temporary Carpentry Instructor—Temporary Chemistry Instructor—Temporary Matthew Pecorella
NEW APPOINTMENTS—Date Adjustments
Del. Skills Center
Carpentry Instructor—Temporary Carpentry Instructor—Temporary Board of Education Minutes March 24, 2014 Page 4
CHANGE OF STATUS
Marshallton
Change of status from 10-month Secretary to 12-month Secretary
RECLASSIFICATION
Delcastle
Interim Chief Custodian Reclassification from Foreman to Interim Chief Custodian
COACHING RECOMMENDATIONS
Delcastle
Baseball, Head Coach Dave Battafarano Baseball, Asst. Coach Baseball, Asst. Coach Baseball, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Baseball, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Baseball, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Softball, Head Coach Softball, Asst. Coach Softball, Asst. Coach Margaret Battafarano Spring Track, Head Coach Carmella Anderson Spring Track, Asst. Coach Spring Track, Asst. Coach Spring Track, Asst. Coach Spring Track, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Lacrosse, Head Coach Lacrosse, Asst. Coach Lacrosse, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Girls Soccer, Head Coach Girls Soccer, Asst. Coach Girls Soccer, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Golf, Head Coach (1/2) Golf, Head Coach (1/2) Baseball, Head Coach Baseball, Asst. Coach Baseball, Asst. Coach (1/2) Baseball, Asst. Coach (1/2) Baseball, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Baseball, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Baseball, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Baseball, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Softball, Head Coach Softball, Asst. Coach Softball, Asst. Coach Softball, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Track, Head Coach Track, Head Coach Track, Head Coach Darrell Lockhart Track, Asst. Coach Track, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Track, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Lacrosse, Head Coach Lacrosse, Asst. Coach Lacrosse, Freshmen Coach Girls Lacrosse, Head Coach Girls Lacrosse, Asst. Coach Girls Soccer, Head Coach Girls Soccer, Asst. Coach Girls Soccer, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Board of Education Minutes March 24, 2014 Page 5
COACHING RECOMMENDATIONS (continued)
Hodgson
Girls Soccer, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Girls Soccer, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Golf, Head Coach Spring Track, Head Coach Baseball, Head Coach Baseball, Asst. Coach (1/2) Baseball, Asst. Coach (1/2) Baseball, Asst. Coach (1/2) Baseball, Asst. Coach (1/2) Baseball, Asst. Coach, Volunteer Softball, Head Coach Softball, Asst. Coach Jennifer Immediato Softball, Asst. Coach Softball, Asst. Coach Stephanie Pierce Girls Soccer, Head Coach Girls Soccer, Asst. Coach (1/2) Girls Soccer, Asst. Coach (1/2) Lacrosse, Head Coach Lacrosse, Asst. Coach Golf, Head Coach Spring Track, Asst. Coach 2013/2014 addendum Spring Track, Asst. Coach, volunteer 2013/2014 addendum Spring Track, Asst. Coach 2013/2014 addendum
RETURN FROM LEAVE OF ABSENCES
Delcastle
Mathematics Instructor Mathematics Instructor Peter Munsterteiger Science Instructor
RETIREMENT/REDUCED SERVICE
Delcastle
Class B Maintenance
RETIREMENTS/SERVICE
Hodgson
Senior Secretary
RESIGNATIONS/COACHING
Delcastle
Spring Track, Asst. Coach Spring Track, Asst. Coach
RESIGNATION
Howard
Spanish Instructor Jose Martinez Moreno
RETIREMENT
Howard
General Worker, Cafeteria
The motion passed unanimously.

School Leader Interns
Dr. Gehrt and Mr. Allen presented to the Board a request to continue the school leader intern positions (one
per school) for the 2014-2015 school year. The plan would be to keep the school leader interns in their
existing school to continue their service to staff and to enrich their leadership experience. The principals at
each school are also recommending these assignments: Rita Vasta-Delcastle; Jaime Menton-Hodgson;
Christine Schumacker-St. Georges; and Christiana Smith-Howard. The motion was made by Ms. Santiago
Board of Education Minutes February 24, 2014 Page 6
and seconded by Mrs. Dennis to continue the school leader intern positions with the current assignments for
the 2014-2015 school year. The motion passed unanimously.
Hearing Officer's Reports
The Board was provided with the hearing officer's reports, hearing transcripts, and other related documents
prior to the meeting. The motion was made by Ms. Taschner and seconded by Ms. Johnson to accept the
Hearing Officer's recommendations to expel students #032413M-A, and #032413M-B for 180-days with an
alternative educational placement (homebound instruction); and student #032414M for the remainder of the
2013-2014 school year with an alternative educational placement (homebound instruction). The motion was
carried unanimously.
GENERAL INFORMATION

Dates to Remember
Mr. Lynch asked the Board to take note of the all the graduation dates.
DSBA Information
Mr. Lynch reiterated the importance of keeping up with legislation that will or could affect us, such as SB 190
and funding being requested for the casinos. It is important that the DSBA Legislative Committee meetings
be attended to keep abreast of the activities at Legislative Hall.

EXECUTIVE SESSION
At 8:31 p.m., the motion was made by Ms. Santiago and seconded by Mrs. Dennis to go into Executive
Session to discuss personnel issues. The motion was carried unanimously.

Mr. Lynch reconvened the regular meeting at 9:00 p.m.

ADJOURNMENT

The motion was made by Ms. Taschner and seconded by Ms. Johnson to adjourn at 9:00 p.m. The motion
was carried unanimously.
Victoria C. Gehrt, Ed.D., Superintendent

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