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    BOE Meeting Summary 11/19/2019

     

    Dorene Roche was sworn in November 18th and began her term on the Board of Education. The New Jersey School Boards Association worked collaboratively with the Board of Education to conduct a self-evaluation based on 9 different categories. Tammy MacKay recommended that each board subcommittee review the feedback compiled from the assessment. The communications committee held its first open session to discuss the philosophy and goals of the district’s communications planning. As part of these initiatives, a change in website design and services has been discussed as a possibility for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    Board Vice President Joe Faranetta and district leadership met with the township on the 14th to discuss the district’s installation of additional school bus cameras as part of Randolph’s safety and security plan. Mr. Faranetta reported that most of the cameras had been installed and that efforts have been made to accelerate installation. Since the start of the school year, 17 violations of illegal passing of school buses have been reported to local law enforcement. Mr. Faranetta advised that he hopes the continued installation of new security cameras and reporting of violations will result in less illegal passing. The community should be aware that failure to stop for a school bus will add 5 points on a violator’s license as well as a hefty fine. The district and township are working collaboratively to report all violations in its efforts to ensure the safety of students. 

     

    The Randolph Township Board of Education will seek candidates to fill the unexpired term of Ms. Anne Standridge. Her resignation was accepted at the meeting. The person selected to fill the term is expected to take office in early 2020 and serve through the Organization Meeting in 2021. Candidate interviews will be scheduled January 14th or 21st, depending upon the dates the Board of Education approves at their reorganization meeting. Applications will be accepted until January 10th. Interested candidates must send a cover letter and resume to Mr. Gerald Eckert, Board Secretary, 25 School House Road, Randolph, NJ 07869.

     

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