NORTHERN LEHIGH SCHOOL BOARD — OTHER
Northern Lehigh School Board approved the following on Sept. 13:
• The renewal of the Reading elevator service contract, $176 per quarterly service with additional hourly rate of $245, if needed, to be funded through the district’s buildings and grounds budget.
• To continue membership in the Lehigh University School Study Council at a fee of $1,250 for the 2021-2022 school year, to be paid from the superintendent’s budget.
• The renewal of Mystery Science Curriculum for Slatington Elementary at a cost of $1,499, to be funded through the 2021-2022 Title IV grant.
• To sign an addendum to the Pediatric Therapeutic Services Agreement to extend services to provide social work services at a rate of $67 an hour, effective Sept. 1 through June 30, 2022, to be funded through the ESSER grant.
• Rhonda Frantz to attend the A/CAPA Annual Conference, Oct. 27-29, at The Hotel Hershey, with the cost of registration $335, lodging $334, and travel $86, for a total estimated cost of $755, to be funded from the business office budget.
• Melissa Wagner to attend the A/CAPA Annual Conference, Oct. 27-29, at The Hotel Hershey, with the cost of registration $335, and lodging $334, for a total estimated cost of about $669, to be funded from the business office budget.
• Matthew Link to attend the Superintendent’s Advisory Council Conference Nov. 3-5, at The Hotel Hershey, Hershey, at no cost to the district.
• David Hauser and Robert Vlasaty to attend the CFES Global Conference Oct. 25-26 at the Sagamore Resort, Bolton Landing, New York, with the cost of travel $331, to be funded through the middle school and high school budget.
• Frank Gnas, school police officer; David Jones, school police officer; James Schnyderite, principal, Peters Elementary School; Todd Breiner, principal, Slatington Elementary School; David Hauser, principal, Northern Lehigh Middle School; Robert Vlasaty, principal, Northern Lehigh High School; and Michael Strohl, secondary assistant principal, to sign summary offense notices for district students for the 2021-2022 school year, after consultation with Superintendent Matthew J. Link. Director Robin Distler abstained from the vote.
• Election of Pennsylvania School Board’s Association, effective Jan. 1 through Dec. 22, as follows: David Shaap, president-elect; Allison Mathis, vice president; Edward Brown, East Zone Representative; Insurance Trust Trustee (3-year term), Richard Frerichs, William LaCoff, and Nathan Mains; Forum Steering Committee (2-year term) Jennifer Davidson, Deana Lancenese, and Bethanne Zeigler.
- Terry Ahner