HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - The Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education passed four resolutions in a special Monday evening meeting in the Media Center.
Two Finance Committee proposals, a preliminary budget which will be sent to Bergen County for approval, and a recommendation to set a maximum travel allowance at $1,500 were passed unanimously. Once the County approves the budget, the Board of Education will hold a public meeting to go through the details of the new budget.
It was further resolved that as part of the 2018-19 school year budget $327,738 in automatic health care adjustments (in accordance with NJSA 18A;7F-39(e) were included. Additionally, $355,910 to replace the intercom system at Lincoln School, district wide replacement of the clock system and security upgrades at Lincoln and Euclid Schools was also included.
Additionally two Personnel Committee resolutions were passed.
A settlement agreement of an unfair practice charge between the Hasbrouck Heights Education Association and the Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education had been approved. As part of the settlement,
- Hasbrouck Heights Board of Education will recognize the title of Athletic Trainer as being represented by the Hasbrouck Heights Education Association.
- Neither party admits to any wrongdoing or violations of the collective negotiations agreement or any provision of the New Jersey Employer-Employee Relations Act
- The Hasbrouck Heights Education Association withdraws the unfair practice charge.
A $6,000 extra pay stipend for A. Lustmann, prorated as of 3/16/18 was approved.
There were no questions from the audience.