BERNARDS TWP., NJ _ Bernards Township Schools Superintendent and a team of school administrators are scheduled at Monday's Board of Education meeting to provide an update on options for the future of the student master schedule at Ridge High School.

The administrators to look at scheduling at the high school are Schools Superintendent Nick Markarian; Kristin Fox, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction; Ridge High School Principal Drew Krause;, Michael Fackelman, Supervisor of Fine & Practical Arts; and Tom Misiak, supervisor of science and technology.

Also on Monday's school board agenda _ with only one meeting per month scheduled during the summer _ Fox is due to provide an update on programming in the school district's four kindergarten through grade 5 elementary schools.

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The public portion of Monday's meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the conference room at Board of Education offices at 101 Peachtree Road.

The agenda also includes a proposal for the board to approve  a civil engineering firm to handle the Ridge High school cafeteria and classroom addition project for the ​2019-20 school year. One aspect of a possible scheduling change is consolidating lunch time for Ridge students, instead of staggered times.

Also on the agenda, the board is scheduled to consider approval of 65 out-of-district student placements for the upcoming 2019-20 school year.

Accepting resignations and a retirement, and appointing new staff for next year also is on the agenda.