There's a difference between cuts and not needed. Sorry about your luck.<quoted text>secondary English teacher not needed, stan will be assit pricipal/ad and bus transportation head, corcey on a per diem basis...perfect. now must renegotiate union contract
#152 Aug 18, 2013
#153 Aug 18, 2013
The BEO needs to grow a set. Stop with the status quo. The money isn't there. No money, No raises, The pensions are breaking the taxpayer's back. Everybody has delt with this bad economy accept the unions. Guess what? Your chickens have come home to roost. Time to feel what the average joe has been feeling since O'bama got elected. Sorry folks you've hit the ceiling.
#154 Aug 18, 2013
NO!!! Herkimer and Frankfort are doing fine...just ask them.
#158 Aug 20, 2013
Even then it wont matter. Mistakes have been made by both sides. The kids will suffer most, while everyone is trying to place blame or secure higher wages.
#159 Aug 20, 2013
Be truthful with yourself. Accept the blame, you voted your kids lesser opportunities.
And who got a raise???
We all know, we all see it. The facts are out.
Saint Johnsville, NY
#160 Aug 21, 2013
NO gotiate- Pardon me, but your ignorance is show-
ing. The school district has no control over
employee pensions; that is completely controlled
by the state. Now let's talk about something
important. How is the Herkimer football team
going to do this year? P.S. Who or what is the
#162 Aug 21, 2013
BOE (Board of Education) I never said they had control over pensions. I said they were breaking the taxpayers back. Is that no factual? B O E controls benefits and contracts, lets start there. Talk about football all you want, I'm interested is reducing taxes. Clearly you are not, but that's typical of retirees. As long as you get yours, screw everybody else. Now tell me about how you live vicariously through your children.
#163 Aug 21, 2013
WHY DO YOU TAKE THIS POST DOWN? TRANSPARANCY AND FREE ON THE HHS MINUTES.....
really 52k of taxpayer monies paid for the pension padders.ie; lasalle freshman cl advior$1420 really she is pd 60k already as guidance counselor is that necessary? Ploss sr cl adv $1970,ploss newspaper $630, ploss debate club $1270,ploss pep cub $630 come the eff on .. Mr. Miller please do the right thing...that's not to mention whitton and walrath. what a joke...
2013-2014 Extra-Curricular Appointments
High School Appointments
NAME POSITION SALARY
Ploss, Michelle Senior Class Advisor $1,970
Wenal, Erin Junior Class Advisor $1,420
Walrath, Michelle Sophomore Class Advisor $1,420
LaSalle, Carolyn Freshman Class Advisor $1,420
Simpson, Suemarie 8th Grade Class Advisor $1,420
Reppel, Kerry 7th Grade Class Advisor $1,420
Krause, John Spring Musical Production Director $2,200
Daly, Catherine Drama Club Advisor/Assist. Fall/Spring Dir.$1,520
Whitton, Michael Fall Theatrical Production Director $1,600
Whitton, Michael Outdoors Club Advisor $1,270
Aiello, Adele F.C.C.L.A. Advisor $1,270
Scalise, Laura Sr. High Student Council Advisor $2,200
Regular Board of Education Meeting Wednesday, June 26, 2013 551
Manning, Glenn Sr. High Student Council Asst. Advisor $1,600
Ploss, Michelle Sr. High Newspaper Co-Advisor $ 635
Elias, Melissa Sr. High Newspaper Co-Advisor $ 635
Fox, David Senior High Band Director $1,600
Smith, Kristin Sr. National Honor Society Advisor $1,270
Rodio, Suzanne Jr. National Honor Society Advisor $1,270
Krutz, Darryl SAAD Advisor $1,270
Ploss, Michelle UN Club/Debate Club Advisor $1,270
Walrath, Michele Sr. High Yearbook Technical Advisor $2,200
LaSalle, Carolyn Sr. High Yearbook Financial Advisor $2,200
Wenal, Erin PEP Club Co-Advisor $ 635
Ploss, Michelle PEP Club Co-Advisor $ 635
Hernandez, Caitlin Sr. High Language Club Advisor $1,270
Scalise, Laura Peer Mediation Co-Advisor $ 635
Watkins, Nancy Peer Mediation Co-Advisor $ 635
NAME POSITION SALARY
Knowlton, Debra Elem. Student Council Advisor $1,520
Kirkpatrick, Shelley Elem. Student Council Assistant Advisor $1,270
Vogt, Renee Elem. Yearbook Club Advisor $1,600
Watkins, Christine Elem. Yearbook Club Assistant Advisor $1,270
King, Jennifer Elem. Library Club Advisor $1,270
Carswell, Lisa Elem. Literature Club Advisor $1,270
Onufer, Sandra Just Say NO Club Advisor $1,270
Jory, Cheryl Elem. Newspaper Advisor $1,270
Jones, Marianne Elem. Computer Club Advisor $1,270
Traglia, James Steel Drum Band Advisor $1,600
McCutcheon, Heather Art Club Co-Advisor $ 635
Wheeler-Stapf, Heather Art Club Co-Advisor $ 635
#164 Aug 21, 2013
No gociate- To quote you; "The pensions are
breaking the taxpayer's back." Is that factual;
no, that's your opinion. I think the price of
gasoline is "breaking the taxpayer's back";
corporate greed is breakng the taxpayer's back,
crooked politicians are breaking the taxpayer's
back, hundreds of billions of dollars being
spent in Afghanistan and other foreign countries
is breaking the taxpayer's back; need I go on?
But the only tax you can vote on is the property
tax for schools, so that's what you "bitch"
about. P.S. As a retiree I pay the same taxes
you do; I own a house so I pay property taxes,
I pay sale's tax on anything I buy, I pay income
tax, I pay for Medicare and whatever else. P.P.S.
So somebody, how's the Herkimer football team
going to do?
#165 Aug 21, 2013
#166 Aug 21, 2013
How's Mandarin Chinese going?
#167 Aug 21, 2013
#168 Aug 21, 2013
All Contractual positions... So???
#169 Aug 21, 2013
stay in mass u prick....extra curricular is not contractual.. this is killing us taxpayers
#170 Aug 21, 2013
Extracurricular activities are in the "contract".
Therefore,they are "contractual". However, they
are not mandated by the state. Are you con-
fused? P.S. The answer is simple; have the BOE
abolish all extracurricular activites. Then you
would save a lot of money.
#171 Aug 21, 2013
HOW EVER WILL herkimer LIVE without its STEEL DRUM ADVISOR??? GET A LIFE LIBERALS the garbage you load the ""NECESSITIES OF LIFE"" with are what is killing america.. """THE RESOURCES""" you get are just SOME POOR BASTARDS TAX MONIES .THERE IS NO FREE LUNCH<<TAX AND SPEND on YOUR favorte charity. TEACH ABOUT the ""ISSUES"" mindless clods ,,,GEORGE ORWELL IS ROLLING IN HIS GRAVE doncha know??
#172 Aug 21, 2013
Nice talk. But anyway, you are incorrect. All of the salaries you listed are, indeed, contractual, whether you feel that they are necessary or not. So if the District eliminated them all, you'd probably save about $40 on your next School Tax bill, if that, even. By the way, does your CAPS LOCK button keep getting stuck or something? What a fruitcake.
#173 Aug 21, 2013
acutally 52k smartazz and yes pure pork and will help the taxpayer u teachr prick..nice job on the common core cases btw
#174 Aug 21, 2013
Huh? You personally pay over $52,000 per year on your School Tax bill? Wow, someone who lives in a property like that shouldn't be quibbling over a few extra-curricular salaries!
What are the "common core cases"?
Wow, school was really rough for you, huh? You really hate teachers.
#175 Aug 21, 2013
or just cut those below a certain threshold of participation...probably end up with the same list though - none.
Back in the day, we referred to this as 'make work'. You remember those days don't ya ole timer? Long gone, wake up.
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