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New school board member sworn in

New school board member Holly McCauley joins incumbents Robert Klopp and Carla Bolling in being sworn in this week.

New school board member Holly McCauley joins incumbents Robert Klopp and Carla Bolling in being sworn in this week.

Holly McCauley was sworn in as the newest member of the Barrington Board of Education this week, while incumbents Carla bolling and Robert Klopp were sworn in to new three-year terms.

The annual board reorganization also included the re-election of Michael Drumm as board president and Bolling as board vice president, as well as the following appointments:

  • Susan McMichael as district representative to the Haddon Heights Board of Education.
  • Drumm as the district representative to the New Jersey School Boards’ Association.
  • Sherry Chin-Glaser as the district representative to the Camden County School Boards’ Association.
  • Mark Correa as the district representative to the Barrington Borough Council Meetings.
  • Superintendent Anthony Arcodia as the district representative to the Camden County Education Services Commission.
  • Samuel Dutkin as board secretary.

The following committee memberships also were approved:

  • Finance: Sherry Chin-Glaser, Michael Drumm, Robert Klopp
  • Facility and property Wayne Alexander, Carla Bolling, Susan McMichael
  • Negotiations: Mark Correa, Carla Bolling, Roberty Klopp
  • Personnel: Mark Correa, Michael Drumm, Holly McCauley
  • Curriculum/Technology: Holly McCauley, Susan McMichael, Jennifer Schuster
  • Policy: Wayne Alexander, Sherry Chin-Glaser, Jennifer Schuster.

After the reorganization meeting, the board conducted its regular monthly meeting during which it recognized the Woodland School students of the month, approved a new long-term fourth-grade teacher and a Woodland School language arts teacher, OK’d the honor society field trip date change and more.

Woodland’s students of the month were fifth-graders Olivia Hayden and Kyler Hooven, sixth-graders Jake McCormick and Brittany Mizner, seventh-graders Matt Leason and Dakota Trailes and eighth-graders Kyle Barner and Taylor Carmack.

Ruth Biemer was approved as a long-term fourth-grade teacher rfeplacing A. Flamini, who is out on family leave. James Bell was approved as a new language arts teacher in Woodland School.

The honor society’s field trip to Princeton University was changed from May 22 to April 3.

During the public discussion portion of the meeting, a parent questioned the showing of the movie Elf to a second-grade Spanish class, while also asking for  a better understanding of what students in the Avon School Spanish class are studying. The parent also asked about the district’s policy for grading physical education classes and pointed out safety concerns with regard to the Avon School playground.

The board’s next meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 10.

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The author of the Barrington Bulletin, Mark Correa, is also a member of the Barrington School District Board of Education as of Jan. 6, 2013. Please be aware that I do not speak for the board in any way. The thoughts, views and opinions contained within the posts on this site are mine and mine alone. And the comments after any given posts are the thoughts, views and opinions of the author of the comment.

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