BERNARDS TWP., NJ _ The first Board of the Education meeting of the month is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Monday., Nov. 11, at the William Annin Middle School, with the appointment of a third-grade teacher at Cedar Hills Elementary School, approvals of extra-curricular instructors and volunteers, and recognition of new clubs on the agenda.

The agenda also includes a scheduled vote by the school board for the acceptance of extra-curricular resignations​ for the 2019-20 school year, and the approval of other extra-curriculum appointments.

A proposal is also on the agenda for approval of ​staff changes in assignments/locations and/or salaries​ for this school year.

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If the board goes along with personnel committee recommendations, Rachel Kane will be appointed as a Cedar Hill third-grade teacher, and Rebecca Klein will be appointed as an aide at the Mount Prospect Elementary School. Both assignments are for the current school year.

The superintendent's report also includes recognition of the inception of ​new extra-curricular clubs.

The meeting is scheduled to be held in the auditorium at the middle school, located at 70 Quincy Road in Basking Ridge.