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Board of Education


 
  John Repak, President
  Phone: (315) 480-8248
  Email: jrepak@fabiuspompey.org

  Term: July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2025



 
  Eric Exelby, Vice President
  Phone: (315) 683-9434
  Email: eexelby@fabiuspompey.org
  Term: July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2026




 
  Denise Fresina DiRienzo
  Phone: (315) 374-0496
  Email: ddirienzo@fabiuspompey.org

  Term: July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2026




 
  Holly Frazee
  Phone: (315) 247-9522
  Email: hfrazee@fabiuspompey.org
  Term: July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2025




 
  William Heselden IV
  Phone: (315) 466-1548 

  Email: wheselden@fabiuspompey.org
  Term: July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2024




 
  Gina Myers
  Phone: (315) 450-4462
  Email: gmyers3@fabiuspompey.org
  Term: February 6 - June 30, 2024




 
  Carlena Wallace
  Phone: (315) 683-5638 
  Email: cwallace2@fabiuspompey.org
  Term: July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2024
 


Board of Education Meeting Agendas

Board of Education Policies and Regulations

 


  
Public Participation at Board Meetings

The Board of Education welcomes the comments and questions of citizens of the District in attendance at meetings. To ensure that meetings are conducted in an orderly and efficient manner, comments and questions are accepted during a predetermined segment of the agenda at the beginning of the meeting.

The Board shall give due attention to comments and contributions from citizens in attendance, but shall not be expected to respond or take action immediately. Inquiries, other than simple questions, shall be referred to the Superintendent, who shall investigate or consider the matter and report to the citizen and to the Board. If Board action is indicated, the item may be included in the agenda of a future meeting.

If a presentation requires more than the designated time limit allows, the Superintendent shall be notified in advance so that the presentation may be considered for inclusion as a formal agenda item.


The Board President shall be responsible for recognizing all speakers who properly identify themselves, for maintaining proper order and for adherence to any time limit set.

 


Meeting Dates
June 18, 2024
July 15, 2024 (Monday)
August 20, 2024

Meetings are held in the Middle School-
High School Library
at 6:30 p.m. Time
and location are subject to change.


American Rescue Plan
Reviewed January 23, 2024
At the January 23, 2024 Board of Education meeting, Mr. Silky presented an update on the plan for how the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funding from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) act of 2021 was being spent and how F-P was prioritizing spending on non-recurring expenses.  Mr. Silky reported that the District received $1,141,585 from the ARP ESSER funding.  Of that amount, $510,000 was allocated to purchase hardware and technology.  By the time of the meeting, nearly $434,661 had been spent on various hardware devices and technology.  Also, Mr. Silky reported that $470,868 had been allocated to cover salaries for two (2) social workers and one (1) psychologist, along with $160,717 in fringe benefits for these staff members.  By 12/31/2023, approximately $366,480 and $130,515, respectively, of these amounts had been spent.  The goals of the technology purchases are to provide students with the tools they need to stay connected to staff members, modernize their understanding of technology to prepare for their next phase of life, and to maintain agility and connectivity in the event students become quarantined or the District needs to switch to remote learning.  Funding staff salaries and benefits provides continued support for the social, emotional and mental health needs of students.  As with all BOE meetings, the meeting was advertised and open to the public for comments and feedback.


Reviewed June 20, 2023
At the June 20, 2023 Board of Education meeting, Mr. Silky presented an update on the plan for how the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funding from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) act of 2021 was being spent and how F-P was prioritizing spending on non-recurring expenses.  Mr. Silky reported that the District received $1,141,585 from the ARP ESSER funding.  Of that amount, $510,000 was allocated to purchase hardware and technology.  By the time of the meeting, nearly $340,000 had been spent on various hardware devices and technology.  Also, Mr. Silky reported that $470,868 had been allocated to cover salaries for two (2) social workers and one (1) psychologist, along with $160,717 in fringe benefits for these staff members.  By 6/20/2023, approximatley $1.2M of this amount had been spent.  The goals of the technology purchases are to provide students with the tools they need to stay connected to staff members, modernize their understanding of technology to prepare for their next phase of life, and to maintain agility and connectivity in the event students become quarantined or the District needs to switch to remote learning.  Funding staff salaries and benefits provides continued support for the social, emotional and mental health needs of students.  As with all BOE meetings, the meeting was advertised and open to the public for comments and feedback.
 
American Rescue Plan
Reviewed January 24, 2023
At the January 24, 2023 Board of Education meeting, Mr. Silky presented an update on the plan for how the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funding from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) act of 2021 was being spent and how F-P was prioritizing spending on non-recurring expenses.  Mr. Silky reported that the District received $1,141,585 from the ARP ESSER funding.  Of that amount, $510,000 was allocated to purchase hardware and technology.  By the time of the meeting, $170,000 had been spent on various hardware devices and technology.  Also, Mr. Silky reported that $470,868 had been allocated to cover salaries for two (2) social workers and one (1) psychologist, along with $160,717 in fringe benefits for these staff members.  By 6/30/2022, $210,528 of this amount had been spent.  The goals of the technology purchases are to provide students with the tools they need to stay connected to staff members, modernize their understanding of technology to prepare for their next phase of life, and to maintain agility and connectivity in the event students become quarantined or the District needs to switch to remote learning.  Funding staff salaries and benefits provides continued support for the social, emotional and mental health needs of students.  As with all BOE meetings, the meeting was advertised and open to the public for comments and feedback.
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