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Hammondsport school board 6/16/10

Meeting:  The Hammondsport school board met Wednesday, June 16 for two hours and 50 minutes, plus a 35 minute executive session.
Attendance:  All board members were present.  There were 18 members of the public in the audience.
Action: The school board designated Arista Development as realtor to pursue the sale of the Curtiss School.  Students will no longer have classes there after the current school year ends.
Discussion without action: Board President Jim Zimar reported that Ted Finlayson-Schueler, Safety Rules representative, had evaluated all roads being used by buses in the school district and judged them safe as currently used.  Included was the Winding Stair which prompted questions leading to the study.
• Zimar reported that he had queried Bath-Haverling district as to whether Hammondsport school students could try out for Bath teams, and was answered in the negative.
• Asbestos tile in room 134 of the Main Street school will be removed and replaced once students have left the building for the summer.
Bids/purchases over $1,000:  The board approved a $15,170 contract with Julie Amsden for public relation services.
Appointments/resignations:  The following appointments were approved; Leo Stermole, Kelley Meade, Jen Kuhl-Peterson, Adam Travis, Kasi Long, Jeannette Ortiz, Sauna Buckley as Summer Learning Program staff, $26/hour.
• Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, Jan Harrington; as Summer Learning Program staff, $13/hour,
• Mary White, CSE chair, $5,000.
• Jon Lowin, athletic director, $3,981.69 (current rate).
• Tracy Wood, probationary teacher’s aide, $11.58/hour (current rate).
• Lindsay Orzel, probationary science teacher, $46,170 (current rate).
• Sandra Heil, Bill Fries, Kevin Hamilton, Susan Hamilton, Robert Perry, Greg Preston, Tom Shugars, John Webster as summer bus drivers, minimum $14.61/hour.
• Margo Denman was approved for retirement, effective June 30.
Upcoming meetings:  The board will hold a reorganizational meeting, Wednesday, July 14 at 6:30 p.m.

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