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Furloughs, Promotions on Docket for Wednesday's B-W School Board Mtg.

Many action items will help make up Baldwin-Whitehall's 2012-13 public school budget.

The Baldwin-Whitehall School Board will vote on Wednesday night whether or not to approve a  in regard to its 2012-13 budget. But even before that, the board will have much else to decide, according to Wednesday's meeting agenda, available online.

Also up for a vote on Wednesday will be multiple action items that call for the elimination of several district employment positions and the implementation of corresponding furloughs.

Item 10.5 on Wednesday, for example, is a recommendation by district administration that the school board eliminate Baldwin-Whitehall's director of pupil services position and furlough its incumbent administrator, Virginia Deasy.

Another item (10.7) calls for the elimination of one English, science and social studies teacher at , as well as the half-time equivalent of a district-wide nursing position.

A number of custodial, maintenance and secretarial positions are also being recommended for elimination.

Recommended to be promoted on Wednesday night are Heatherlyn Wessel, a kindergarten teacher, as a vice principal at , and Anissa Rosenwald, a Spanish teacher and 's activities coordinator, as a vice principal at .

District taxpayers and residents have the right to speak (item 4.0) near the start of Wednesday's school board meeting regarding the agenda's action items only. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. at the at 4900 Curry Rd. in .

View the full meeting agenda here. View the proposed 2012-13 B-W budget, which is also available in this article's media gallery. (CORRECTION: A budget PDF was removed from this article's gallery, as it is not the budget that will be voted on tonight. That budget is not available online. The above link is for a preliminary budget posted in May.)

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Robert Edward Healy, III June 14, 2012 at 08:54 PM
'Pay to Play,' Promotions & Other Leftovers from a June 13 B-W School Board Mtg.: http://patch.com/A-vhJq
Outer banks forever June 15, 2012 at 11:02 AM
@Robert , Mr. Schmotzer may have told you that he is accurate BUT! I live with 2 BW employees who know the positions in question., and the one is almost. certain to lose his benefits and job because of this judgement. The kept a maintence man that doesn't even do anything, but they have 2 facilities managers. Well, when school begins and there are not enough custodians to really clean desks and bathrooms, then think back to this judgement.
Common Sense June 18, 2012 at 06:07 PM
The nurse position was not eliminated within the BWSD. My knowledge is that it was an out sourced position at a private school.
Robert Edward Healy, III June 18, 2012 at 06:36 PM
Common, Correct.
hroark April 26, 2013 at 12:58 PM
Not sure of the High School, however I have worked with the Harrison Dean of Students and he is hard working, dedicated and bridges the gap between students, principles and parents. This is not a zero sum game where cutting this professional needs to be done to save the teachers.

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