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Englewood Board of Education Minutes, 1960-65 Part 2

Englewood Board of Education Minutes, 1960-65 Part 2

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Board of Education Winutes, July 12, 1962 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL STEP FACTOR SALARY $ 10,340 10,810 11,230 11,750 12,220 12,690 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL STEP FACTOR
2.70 2.80

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ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL STEP
A B C D E

FACTOR
1.90 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.30 2.40

SALARY S 8,930 9,400 9,870 10,340 10,810 11,280

A B C D E F

2.20 2.30 2.40 2.50 2.60 2.70

ASSISTANT SALARY S 12,690 13,160 13,630 14,100 14,570 15,040 STEP
A B C D E F

PRINCIPAL SALARY S 9,400 9,870 10,340 10,810 11,280 11,750

FAC
Board of Education Winutes, July 12, 1962 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL STEP FACTOR SALARY $ 10,340 10,810 11,230 11,750 12,220 12,690 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL STEP FACTOR
2.70 2.80

-o-

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL STEP
A B C D E

FACTOR
1.90 2.00 2.10 2.20 2.30 2.40

SALARY S 8,930 9,400 9,870 10,340 10,810 11,280

A B C D E F

2.20 2.30 2.40 2.50 2.60 2.70

ASSISTANT SALARY S 12,690 13,160 13,630 14,100 14,570 15,040 STEP
A B C D E F

PRINCIPAL SALARY S 9,400 9,870 10,340 10,810 11,280 11,750

FAC

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Board
of
Education
Winutes,
July
12,
1962
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STEP
A
B
C
D
E
FSTEP
A
B
C
D
EF
STEP
C
D
F
JUNIOR
HIGH
SCHOOL
PRINCIPALFACTOR
2.20
2.30
2.40
2.50
2.60
2.70
PRINCIPAL
FACTOR
2.702.80
2.90
3.00
3.10
3.20
ASSISTANT
PRINCIPAL
SALARY
$
10,340
10,810
11,23011,750
12,220
12,690
STEP
A
B
C
D
E
FACTOR
1.90
2.00
2.10
2.202.30
2.40
SALARY
S
8,930
9,400
9,870
10,340
10,810
11,280
SENIOR
HIGH
SCHOOL
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
SALARYS
12,69013,160
13,630
14,100
14,570
15,040
STEP
A
B
C
DE
F
FACTOR
2.00
2.10
2.20
2.302.402.50
SALARY
S
9,400
9,870
10,34010,810
11,280
11,750
SUPERVISORS,
COORDINATORS,
DIRECTORS
SALARY
GUIDE STEP-INDEX
-
1962-63
POSITION
ON
TEACHERS'
SALARY
GUIDE
MULTIPLIED
BY
FACTOR
1.05
1.06
1.07
1.08
1.09
1
.10
Salary
varies
and
is
determined
by
individual's
position
on
the
Teachers'
Salary Guide.
6
 
Board
of
Education
Minutes,
July
12,
1952
-7-
On
motion
made, seconded andcarried,
revised
salary rates for the
school
year
1962-63
were approved
and
payment authorized
as
follows:
(These
ratessupersede
theactionof the
Board
on
April
9,
1962.)
Principals
Waldro
J.
Kindig,
Dwight Morrow High SchoolTheodoreS. Davis, Englewood Junior High
School
Paul
R.
Guiler, Assistant, Englewood
Jr.
High
School
Thorlief
M.
Henriksen, Cleveland School
Raymond
A.
Heim,
Liberty SchoolLeroy McCloud, Lincoln School
a
-Twelve-month termSupervisors
Thaddeus
J.Kropczynski, DirectorofMusic
Evelyn
G. Bobbins, Director of Art
Edward
H. Toomer,
Jr.,
Supervisor of Physical Education
S
15,040
12,220
10,34010,90410,43410,434$
9,719.6010,340.00
8,784.30
Gn
motion
made, seconded
and
carried,
the
resignation
of
Miss
Katheryn
Sapios,
who was
employed
on May 14,
1962,
for the
school year
1962-63,
was accepted
with regret.
On
motion made, seconded
and
carried,
Mr.
Robert LaFrankie
is to be
employed
as
Assistant
Principal of Dwight Morrow High School for the school year1962-63, at a salary at the rate of
$11,000
per year (12
months),
effective
August 1,
1962.
On
motion
made, seconded and carried, Mrs.
Marjorie
P. Smith is to be em-
ployed
to teach in the Englewood Public Schools for the
school
year
1962-63
at
asalaryat therateof
$4,700
peryear(10
months).
The
following action was taken at the Committee of the Whole meeting on
June
18,
1962:
The
Board
abandoned their previous plan of a Demonstration School with
voluntary
enrollment because
of an
insufficierrt__numbe£_
of
potential
pupils*
The
Board
adopted
a
proposal
as
outlined
by Dr.Mark
elect,
as
follows:
-r
Superintendent-
a.
b.
c.
In
September 1962,
create/a
central fifth grade in the EngleStreet building;
In
September
1963
./continue
the fifth grade to sixth grade, andstart another
firth
grade;
During that/time, the
Superintendent
and
Board will continue
to
study
the,prablem of remaining racial imbalance and develop a
suitable/plan
for further attack upon this problem.
i*$
-
 
Board
of Education -8-
IMnutes,
July
12, 1962
The
motion
was
carried
by the
following vote:
Aye:
Messrs. Hintz,
Lewis, Perry
and Van
Itallie.
Nay:
Mrs.
Grabow
On
motion made, seconded and carried, the above action was confirmed.
Tha
following action was taken at the Committee of the Whole meeting on
June
26,
1962:
A
communication, dated
P4ay
23,
1962,
was
received from
Mr.
Archie
F.
Hay,
County
Superintendent of Schools, approving the use of two basement rooms
in
Liberty
School.
Communications
were received from the following boards of education advising
that
students wouldbewithdrawn from special education
classes
in
1962-63
as
follows:
Dumont
- 1
studentHillsdale
- 1
student
Westuiood
6
students
On
motion made, seconded
and
carried, either
the
President
or
I/ice
President
and
Secretary of the Board were authorized to sign warrants and pay Board
of
Education
bills during July
and
August 1962, after
the
bills have been
approved
by two members of the Board, the bills to be ratified at a
follow-
ing
meeting
of the
Board.
On
motion
made, seconded and carried, the Secretary was authorized to
transfer
funds as needed, from the savinqs accounts to the checking,
accounts.
On
motion made, seconded and carried, the Secretary was authorized to in-
vest
$50,000
of remaining bond issue funds in
Certificates
of Deposit at
the
best available income.
On
motion
made, seconded
and
carried,
the
Secretary
was
authorized
to
transfer
funds from surplus to budget items.
On
motion
made, seconded
and
carried,
the
offer
of
Mr.
John
Rusman to
extend
his
transportation contracts for the school year
1962-63,
was
accepted
asfollows:
One
student
to
Public School
-#1
,
$>
6.00
per
school
day
Garfield, New Jersey(Extension
No. 8 of
original contract
for
1954-55)
Route
#5
One
student
to the
Bruce Street School
$
8.50
per
school
day
for the Deaf, Newark, New Jersey
(Extension No. 5 of
original contract
for
1957-58)
Route
#9

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