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Hubbard Board of Education Superintendent Search
 

The Hubbard Exempted Village School District, located in Trumbull County, Ohio, was seeking qualified applicants for the position of Superintendent through the 14th of February, 2014. The vacancy resulted from the upcoming retirement of Superintendent Richard J. Buchenic. The Board looks forward to making the appointment in March and for the district’s new leader to begin work in early summer 2014. Please see the following brochure for more information.
  

Superintendent Search Brochure

 

 

News from the Superintendent
12-19-2013
 
Board of Education Regular Meeting
AGENDA - FINAL
November 25, 2013
Board Room, 108 Orchard Ave., Hubbard, OH 44425
Work Session – 5:45 p.m.
Regular Board Meeting – 7:00 p.m.
 
 
I. Call to Order Work Session Time: ___________
 
II. Call to Order Regular Board Meeting Time: ___________
 
III. Roll Call:  DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____
 
IV. Executive Session-Pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 121.22(G)(1) 
Moved by           , seconded by           , to enter Executive Session.
 
Time In:         Time Out:  
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____          
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
V. Pledge
 
VI. Communications
a.     Congratulations to Ms. Beth Stiver, Kindergarten Teacher Hubbard Elementary School, 
for being selected as WFMJ Channel 21 and Giant Eagle Class Act Teacher
 
VII. Committee Reports
A. TCTC
B. Transportation
C. Buildings & Grounds/Permanent Improvement
D. Technology
E.   Curriculum
F.   Finance Committee
G.   Athletic Council 
H. Food Service
I. Pool
J. Student Representative Report
K. Enrollment: HES 684
HMS 611
HHS 702
        TOTAL    1997
 
VIII. Public Participation - Board Agenda Items Only
(Board President reserves the right to set time limits
 
IX. TREASURER’S REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
A. Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve the financial reports for the month 
of October 2013.
 
Financial Summary, SM-2, Check Register 
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL_____, SILVIDI____            
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
B. Minutes
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve the following minutes:
 
October 28, 2013 – Regular Meeting
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL_____, SILVIDI____            
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
C. Resolution #14-06:
OHIO SCHOOLS COUNCIL Cooperative Purchasing Program 2013-14 
Agreement of Participation
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve the following Resolution#14-06:
 
The Hubbard Exempted Village School District agrees to participate as a member of the Ohio
Schools Council Cooperative Purchasing Program. This Board also agrees to pay $400.00 for
public school district membership as a service fee for this purpose. 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL_____, SILVIDI____            
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
D. Resolution #14-07:
A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING THE UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK FUND PURSUANT TO RULE 1301:7-9-05 OF THE OHIO ADMINISTRATIVE CODE AND AUTHORIZING THE TREASURER TO DEPOSIT $11,000 INTO THE FUND TO SATISFY OHIO’S FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY REQUIREMENTS.
 
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve the following Resolution#14-07:
 
WHEREAS, OAC Rule 1301:7-9-05 requires the owner or operator of a petroleum underground storage tank (UST) to meet the requirements of financial responsibility, ensuring that there will be money available to help pay for the costs of third-party liability claims, and the necessary corrective actions resulting from a leak from a UST; and
 
WHEREAS, in order to satisfy Ohio’s financial responsibility requirements, all petroleum UST system owners and operators must participate in the Ohio Financial Assurance Fund (as administered by the Petroleum UST Release Compensation Board) to obtain coverage above a deductible amount, which the District does; and further
 
WHEREAS, owners/operators must demonstrate financial responsibility for the amount of the deductible by using one of the mechanisms cited in OAC 1301:7-9-05, which originally described six financial responsibility mechanisms that any tank owner may use; and
 
WHEREAS, four mechanisms were added to OAC Rule 1301:7-9-05 on January 1, 1994, for use only by the State of Ohio or political subdivisions, one of which is a State or Political Subdivision Fund whereby owners/operators may administer a dedicated UST response fund if appropriate safeguards are met; and
 
WHEREAS, one of the options available is to dedicate a fund equal to the deductible for each UST, which in the case of the Hubbard Exempted Village School District is $11,000 for each UST;
 
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Education of Hubbard Exempted Village School District, County of Trumbull, Ohio, that:
 
This Board hereby establishes the Underground Storage Tank Fund (fund number 031-0000 as established by the Auditor of the State of Ohio) pursuant to OAC 1301:7-9-05. 
 
The Treasurer is authorized and directed to deposit $11,000 into the Underground Storage Tank Fund, which equals the $11,000 deductible for one USTs owned and operated by the District, to be paid from the General Fund/Permanent Improvement Fund (circle one).
 
The Treasurer is then authorized to submit this resolution and proof of the District’s financial responsibility mechanism to the Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulations, Division of State Fire Marshall. 
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL_____, SILVIDI____            
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
E. Donation
Moved by           , seconded by           , to accept, with gratitude, the following monetary donation:  
 
$10,000 from Ball Corporation 
(Funds will be used for the annual Hubbard High School STEM Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Festival, and to start a robotics program for the students).
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL_____, SILVIDI____            
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
 
 
 
 
F. Donation
Moved by _____, seconded by _____, to accept, with gratitude, the following donation:
 
$900.00 from The Committee for the 50’s-60’s Remix - (Funds will be used equally to benefit the Drama Program and the Academic Challenge Team).
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
G. Student Activity Budget
Moved by _____, seconded by _____, to approve the following Student Activity Budget for 
the 2013-2014 school year:
 
Class of 2016 $2,593.22
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
H. Revised 2013/2014 Student Activity Budget
Moved by _____, seconded by _____, to approve the revised Student Activity Budget for 
the 2013-2014 school year:
 
BARD Yearbook $45,901.35
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
X. SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 
A. Resignation
Moved by           , seconded by           , to accept, with regret, the resignation of Anna Mangan, Lifeguard, effective November 10, 2013. 
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
B. Mentors
Moved by           , seconded by           , to correct Item X.H. of the October 28, 2013 agenda,     these names only, to read: 
Approve the following mentor for their listed EYT’s (Entry Year Teachers) for the 2013-2014 school year:
 
HMS  Kimberly Smaldino   Year 1   Mentor:  Nick McGinnis
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
C. Sub List: Classified
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve the following for the Classified Substitute List,    for the 2013-2014 school year, as per OAPSE negotiated agreement:
 
Laura Stoneburner Bus Monitor Effective 11-25-13
Mona Jones Bus Monitor Effective 11-25-13
*Laura Stoneburner Food Service *Effective 11-21-13
*Mona Jones Bus Driver *Pending CDL License
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
D. Security
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve the Fall sports security payout of $5,537.50.
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
E. Supplemental Contract
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve the following supplemental contract for the 2013-2014 school year, as per HEA negotiated agreement:
 
Amy Gasser HMS Prep Bowl Advisor
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
F. Hire: Coach
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve Ronald Navarra, Head Diving Coach, 
as per HEA negotiated agreement.  *Subject to all required certifications.
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
G. Leave of Absence Extension
Moved by           , seconded by           , to extend a leave of absence for Megan Schellhorn
HHS teacher, from November 15, 2013 to December 16, 2013, as per HEA negotiated agreement.
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
 
 
 
H. Volunteer Coach
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve Josh Chaney, Volunteer Wrestling Coach     for the 2013-2014 school year. : *Subject to all required certifications.
 
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
I. Home Instruction Tutor  
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve Tracy Greenamyer, Home Instruction Tutor for the 2013-2014 school year.
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
J. Contract Modification(s)
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve the following contract modifications as per OAPSE negotiated agreement: 
 
Alexis Chmelik Bus Driver from 3.25 hrs.  to 3.5 hrs. effective 11/25/13
Renee Lee Bus Driver from 5.5 hrs.    to 5.0 hrs. effective 11/18/13
Joyce Graban Bus Monitor from 5.25 hrs.  to 4.75 hrs. effective 11/18/13
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
K. Hire: Hubbard Pool
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve the following for the Hubbard Community Pool: *Subject to all required certifications.
 
Travis Bennett, Lifeguard @ $7.85/hr., effective November 25, 2013 
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
L. Other
Moved by           , seconded by           , to approve 
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____       
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
XI. Public Participation
(Board President reserves the right to set time limits)
 
 
XII. Adjournment
Moved by           , seconded by           , to adjourn meeting.
 
Time:                     
 
Roll Call: DELUCO       , FRANKO       , HAYEK       , NEWELL       , SILVIDI____        
 
President declared motion     Carried     --     Failed
 
 
 
 
 
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     News from the Superintendent 

      September 13, 2013

 

      Parent/Coach Relationship:

Both parenting and coaching are extremely difficult vocations. By establishing an understanding of each position, we are better able to accept the actions of the other and provide greater benefit to children. As parents, when your child becomes involved in our program, you have a right to understand what expectations are placed on your child. This begins with clear communication from the coach of your child’s program.

     

      Communication you should expect from your child’s coach:

  • Philosophy of the coach.
  • Expectations the coach has for your child as well as all of the players on the squad.
  • Location and times of all practices and contests.
  • Team requirements, i.e., special equipment, off-season conditioning fees.
  • Procedure should your child be injured due to participation in the sport.
  • Discipline that results in the denial of your child’s participation.

 

Communication coaches expect from parents:

  • Concerns expressed directly to the coach.
  • Notification of any schedule conflicts well in advance.
  • Specific concern in regard to a coach’s philosophy and/or exceptions.

 

As your child becomes involved in the athletic programs at Hubbard Schools, he/she will experience some of the most rewarding moments of his/her life. It is important to understand that there also may be times when things do not go the way you or your child wishes. At these times, discussion with the coach is encouraged.

 

Appropriate concerns to discuss with coaches:

  • The treatment of your child, mentally and physically.
  • Ways to help your child improve.
  • Concerns about your child’s behavior.

 

It is very difficult to accept your child’s not playing as much as you may hoped. Coaches are professionals. They make judgment decisions based on what they believe to be best for all students involved. As you have seen from the list above, certain things can be and should be discussed with your child’s coach. Other things, such as those below, must be left to the discretion of the coach.

 

 

Issues not appropriate to discuss with coaches:

  • Playing time.
  • Team strategy
  • Play calling.
  • Other student-athletes.

 

There are situations that may require a conference between the coach and the parents. These are to be encouraged. It is important that both parties involved have a clear understanding of the others position. When these conferences are necessary, the following procedure should be followed to help promote a resolution to the issue of concern.

 

If you have a concern to discuss with a coach:

Please follow these procedures:

  • Call to make an appointment with the coach.
  • The HHS telephone number is (330) 534-1921.
  • If a coach cannot be reached, then contact the Athletic Director.

Please do not attempt to confront a coach before or after a contest or practice. These are emotional times for both the parent and the coach. Meetings of this nature do not promote resolution.

 

Promote Sportsmanship:

  • Realize that a ticket is a privilege to observe a contest and support high school activities, not a license to verbally assault others or be generally obnoxious.
  • Respect decisions made by contest officials.
  • Be an exemplary role model by positively supporting teams in every manner possible, including content of cheers and signs.
  • Respect fans, coaches and participants.
  • Know the rules of the game.
  • Recognize good play by both teams.
  • Respect the opponent and its spectators.
  • View the game with your head, instead of your heart.
  • Be a FAN…Not a FANATIC.
  • Remember: Hubbard Schools and facilities are Smoke Free!

 

Feel free to call me at (330) 534-1921 x 1003 if you have any questions.

 

Richard J. Buchenic

Superintendent 

NEWS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

AUGUST 30, 2013

 

A ceremonial ribbon cutting for the renovated Hubbard Memorial Stadium will take place on Friday, September 6th prior to the Hubbard vs. Girard Football game. Senior representatives of Band, Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, Cheerleading, and Football will take part in the ribbon cutting. Several members of the community will be recognized for their monetary contributions as sponsors of various aspects of the Athletic Facilities Improvements Campaign.

 

Improvements since 2004 at Memorial Stadium include repair and replacement of bleachers, the new Kerola Fieldhouse and concession area with restrooms, new ticket booths, artificial turf lined for football and soccer, and a band shelter for the 200 plus members of the Marching Band.

Additional improvements that are being completed this year on campus include a new track surface, concession stand with restrooms, and new softball and baseball fields.

 

September 7th the Varsity Girls Soccer team takes the field at Memorial Stadium for their match against South Range at 7:00 pm and, on September 12th at 7:00 pm, the Varsity Boys Soccer team hosts Girard. The rescheduled Band Night will take place on September 14th at 5:00.

 

We thank everyone for the extra hours put in to make sure the Memorial Stadium project was completed in such a timely manner. Given the many consecutive days of rain this summer, there was a great deal of speculation around town as to how soon the project would be completed. We were fortunate to have local contractor and Hubbard graduate, Jason Riffle, overseeing the work. He did so with great pride and old fashioned work ethic, completing the work despite the equivalent of three weeks lost due to rain and poor weather conditions.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please call my office @ (330) 534-1921 x 1003.

 

Richard J. Buchenic

Superintendent

   

NEWS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT   ~  May 17, 2013

 

With the 2012-2013 school year coming to an end I would like to congratulate the Class of 2013 and wish them all the best. Congratulations are also in order for our Sophomore Class for passage of all five sections of the Ohio Graduation Test. Finally, thanks to all our students for a successful 2012-2013 school year.

 

 

Below you will find some important dates as the last day of school approaches:         

Friday, May 17, Senior Exams

Monday, May 20, Senior Exams

Monday, May 20, Baccalaureate, St. Pat’s, 6:00 PM

Friday, May 24, Senior Breakfast, 8:30 AM, Middle School Cafeteria

Friday, May 24, Graduation Practice, 10:00 AM

Friday, May 24, Graduation, 6:00 PM, Stambaugh Auditorium

Friday, May 24, Underclass Exams

Monday, May 27, Memorial Day Celebration – NO CLASSES

Tuesday, May 28, Underclass Exams, Last Day Classes

Wednesday, May 29, Last Day Teachers

Monday August, 26, 2013 – First day of School, 2013-2014

Have a great summer!

 

Richard J. Buchenic                                                        

Superintendent

 

NEWS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT ~ MAY 10, 2013

 

The naming of the access road behind the new school complex referred to as “Loop Road” will be officially named EAGLE LANDING.  In addition, the new road that runs East and West in front of the new elementary school will be officially named EAGLET LANDING.

 

Thanks to everyone who did submit suggestions for the naming.

 

I am also pleased to inform our community that the Athletic Facilities Improvement Projects has been board approved and United Civil Contractors and Developers has been awarded the contract. The company is owned by Jason V. Riffle, a Hubbard High School graduate, and Hubbard resident.

 

Please follow my articles weekly for updates on the project. If you have any questions regarding the project, please call my office at (330) 534-1921 x 1003.

 

Richard J. Buchenic

NEWS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT   ~  March 22, 2013

 

An advance refunding is a procedure where an issuer (Hubbard Exempted Village School District) refinances outstanding bonds by issuing new bonds to reduce the District’s interest cost. On March 14, 2013, the school district, with the assistance of Ross, Sinclair & Associates, LLC refinanced a portion of its Series 2007 School Facilities Construction and Improvement Bonds to take full advantage of the current conditions in the bond market. The $8,134,990.65 refinancing will save TAX PAYERS of the Hubbard School District approximately $660,000 in years debt service  savings over the life of the issue.

 

The Board of Education, Treasurer Ms. Baldwin-Amorganos,  and I want to take every opportunity to reduce taxes to the District’s constituents, and with favorable bond market conditions, this refinancing provides a great opportunity to save money for the Community of Hubbard.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please call me at (330) 534-1921 x 1003.

 

Richard J. Buchenic                                                        

Superintendent

 

NEWS FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT   ~  March 15, 2013

 

I have discussed the PARCC ASSESSMENT (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) which will enable our students to take the state assessment on-line starting with the 2014-2015 school year.

 

PARCC will be releasing a spread sheet and Hubbard Schools will use this tool to ensure our district is ready to administer the computer based test in ELA/literacy, and math in 2014-15 in grades 3-11. In addition we will determine whether we may have to make new device purchases or computer adjustments.

 

The new test will provide an overall score at the end of the school year. PARCC has two required assessments that make up a student’s overall score: They are the performance-based assessment (PBA) component, and the end-of-year (EOY) assessment. These will be given annually in ELA/literacy in grades 3-11, in mathematics the assessment will be given annually in grades 3-8 and high school (Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra II) or their equivalent.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please call me at (330) 534-1921 x 1003.

 

Richard J. Buchenic                                                         

Superintendent

Board of Education

108 Orchard Ave.

Hubbard, OH 44425

Phone 330-534-1921

 

Richard Buchenic

Superintendent
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Alma Mater

Oh, Hubbard High,
We cherish thy dear name.
We will revere
Thy colors blue and white.
In all our deeds
We strive to raise thy fame.
Now as we sing,
We praise thee to the heights.
To Hubbard High
Our hearts will e’er be true.
Oh, Hubbard High,
Long wave the white the blue.

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