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OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF TIIE Board of Education OF TIIE CITY OF ROCHESTER REGULAR MEETING 7:30 p.m.. Thursday, March 21, 1968. Present: Commissioner! Cerulll, Ash-ford, Bickal, Cooke, and Roche. Presi-dent Cerulli presiding. Absent: None. Present: H. R. Goldberg, Superintendent of Schools; C. M. Broderick. E. F. Conant, P. L. Reason, and J. R. Se-baste, Assistant Superintendents of Schools; H. H. Praser, Coordinator of Personnel; G. J. Rentsch. Coordinator of Instruction; W. C. Rock, Coordinator ot Manning and Research; E. Stephan Coordinator of Buildings and Grounds H. A. Norton, Administrative Director, secondary scnoois; H. R. Granite, Acting Administrator of Title I. Federal El ementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965; B. J. HoUwedel. Director, Voca tional tducation; M. M. Love. Acting Senior Consultant, Educational Communications; R. J. Baker, Supervisor of Budget and Accounting; T. C. Iaia, Supervisor of Purchase! and Stores; R. Beegen, Director, Data Processing; J. M. Welsberger, Legal Counsel; H. M. Hoock, Recording Secretary. President Cerulll asked for moment of silent prayer. Namlai of New School No. 7. By Commissioner Roche Whereat, the Board of Education has adopted the- policy of naming our schools, whenever practicable, after tome worthy and well known person; end Where aa, Lieutenant Colonel Virgil I. Grissom made history aa the first astronaut to maneuver a spacecraft in flight and bad the honor of commanding the first Apollo flight which is regarded as the pioneer itep to landing on the moon; and Whereai, Virgil I. Grissom, by his firm belief In the future of the space age in the world of tomorrow, lost nil life in the service of hit country as Command Pilot of the Apollo spacecraft on January 27, 1967; and Whereas, Virgil I. Grlssom'a courage and resoluteness were clearly expounded in his statement: "A conquest of apace is worth the risk of life."; and Whereas, School No. 7 exemplifies by architectural design as well as by use of the newest in teaching methods and facilities that it is concerned about the world of tomorrow; therefore be it Resolved, That School No. 7 be, and It hereby is, named the Virgil I. Grissom School No. 7. Seconded by Commissioner Cooke. Adopted unanimously. Authorization for Submission of Applicationa for Federal Assistance. By Commissioner Ashford Whereas, the regulations of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act require that the legally constituted governing authority of the local educational agency authorize the submission of all applications for federal assistance for the education of children from low-income families, therefore be it Resolved, That this Board of Education authorize the submission of the ap plications listed below to the New York Slate Education Department. 1. Operation Upgrade, $94,339 2. Inservice Education for Beginning and Experienced Inner City Teachers, $82,374 3. Elementary Summer Schools, 40,"1 Seconded by Commissioner Bickal. Adopted unanimously. Commendation of Participants in the Rochester School Volunteer Program, By Commissioner Bickal I more that this Board go on record a commending the organizations participating in the Rochester School Volunteer Program and expressing its gratitude to the volunteers, and particularly its commendation and gratitude to Mrs. Charles Hall and Mrs. Calvin Salzberg for their total dedication and able administration, which have been essential to the success of this program, I further move that this motion become a part of the Official Proceedings of ibe Board of Education. Seconded by Commissioner Cooke. Adopted unanimously. Resignations. By Commissioner Cooke Resolved, That the resignations of the following-named teachers be, end they hereby are, accepted to take effect on the dates noted: ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS GRADES Gramllch, Mn. Marlene J., March 5, 1968. Lillich, Mrs. Lana D., March 7, 1968. SECONDARY SCHOOLS Business Education Foley, Mrs. Dorothy D., March 12, 1968. Science Trippe, John A., March 9, 1968. HOME ECONOMICS Kirstein, Mrs. Aldona M., March 1, 1968. Seconded by Commissioner Ashford. Adopted unanimously. Leave of Absence Cancelled. By Commissioner Bickal Resolved, That, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the sabbatical leave of absence granted to Carey W. Fletcher, Teacher, Science, Secondary Schools, for the school year 1968-69, be, and it hereby is, cancelled. Seconded by Commissioner Roche. Adopted unanimously. Leaves of Absence Extended. By Commissioner Ashford Resolved, That, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, the leaves of absence, without pay, granted to the following-named teachers be, and they hereby are, extended for the school year 1968-69: ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS GRADES Qulnlan, Mrs. Marguerite B. SECONDARY SCHOOLS-SOCIAL STUDIES Jung, Mrs. Dama Z. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Movsky, Mrs. Barbara R. Seconded by Commissioner Bickal. Adopted unanimously. Leaves of Absence Maternity. By Commissioner Bickal Resolved, That, upon the recommen-dation of the Superintendent of Schools, the following-named teachers be, and they hereby are, granted a maternity leave of absence, each for the length of time stated: ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS GRADES Rhodes, Mrs. Helen M., March 18, 1968, through tilt end of the tchool year in June, 1968. Yawn, Mrs. Jane F., March 4, 1968, through tht end of tht tchool year in June, 1969. Seconded by Commissioner Cooke. Adopted unanimously. Assignment Junior High School Vict Principal. By Commissioner Cooke Resolved, That, upon the recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, Daniel Helfernan be, and he hereby is, ai:gned at Vice Principal, Frederick Dougiast Junior High School, effective April I, 1S68, at the annual ten-month base aalery of $12,502, prorated from pni e. Service beyond the regular tea-month assignment shall be paid at the daily rate of 1-200 of hit annual ten-month base salary. Seconded by Commissioner Roche. Adopted unanimously. Assignment Acting Secoadary Prusripal. By Commissioner Roche-Resolved. That, uoon the recommen dation of the Superintendent of Schools, the following-named person be, and he hereby is, assigned to the acting position shown at East High School, effective January 22, 1968, and continuing until the return of Mr. Charles Clark, Princi pal, on March 11, 1968, excepting the period February 19-23, 1968; at the salary indicated which includes the ap propriate adjustment for additional re sponsibility in accordance with Article VIII, Section XV: Myers, Fred, Acting Principal, $15,640. Seconded by Commissioner Ashford Adopted unanimously. Assignments Deans of Students. By Commissioner Bickal Resolved, That, upon the recommen dation of the Superintendent of Schools, Kusseu Brigand! be, and he hereby is. assigned as Dean of Students at Monroe High School effective March 25. 1968 at an annual ten-month base salary of ij,uw prorated irom March 23. Seconded by Commissioner Ashford. Adopted unanimously. By Commissioner Cooke Resolved. That, upon the recommen dation of the Superintendent of Schools, Lee Lovenheim be, and he hereby is, assigned as Acting Dean of Students at Monroe High School effective January 29, 1968, and continuing through March 22, 1968, at an annual ten-month base salary of $10,138 prorated for the period ot service. Seconded by Commissioner Bickal. Adopted unanimously. Assignment Junior High School Instructional Supervisor. By Commissioner Roche- Resolved, That, upon the recommen dation of the Superintendent of Schools, Roger Manuse be, and he hereby is, as-sinned as Instructional Supervisor, Fred erick Dounlass Junior High School, ef fective Aoril 8. 1968. at an annual ten month base salary of $10,662 prorated from April 8. Service beyond the regular ten-month assignment shall be paid at the daily rate of 1Z0O ot trie annual ten-montn base salary. Seconded by Commissioner Cooke. Adopted unanimously. Assignment Day Schools. By Commissioner Ashford Resolved. That, upon the recommen dation of the Superintendent of Schools, Mrs. Arte L. Johnson. Teacher, Grades Elementary Schools, be, and the hereby is. probation ally assigned on a school vear basis, beginning February 28, 1968 at the annual salary rate or 9,zej, ana with nine and one-half years of service credit. Seconded by Commissioner Roche. Adopted unanimously. Assignments Evening Adult Extension Schools. By Commissioner Ashford Resolved. That, upon the recommen dation of the Superintendent of Schools the following named persons be, and they hereby are, assigned to Evening Adult Extension School duties beginning on the dates specified at the salary rates as outlined in Article VIII, Section XIX, B.l and B.3: JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL Braun. Donald P.. February 26, 1968 MONROE HIGH SCHOOL Valone, Alda M., March 3. 1968 DRIVER EDUCATION TRAINING Principal Corlett, Lyle, March 18, 1968. Seconded by Commissioner Cooke. Adopted unanimously. Authorization for Retired Teacher to Serve as Itinerant Substitute Teacher. By Commissioner Ashford Resolved. That, upon the recommen dation of the Superintendent of Schools, and in accordance with Chapter 803 of the Laws of 1964 (amended by Chapter 48 of the Laws of 1965) and the regula tions of the Commissioner of Education (Article XXXVII, Sections 300-304), Mrs. Agnes C. Greene, a retired teach er, be, and the hereby is, authorized to serve as an itinerant substitute teacher when other certified and qualified substitute teachers are not available during the school year 1968-69. Seconded by Commissioner Roche. Adopted unanimously. Salary Action Substitute Teachers. By Commissioner Bickal Resolved, That In accordance with the requirements of the Teachers" Salary Law of 1950, the salaries of the follow ing substitute teachers who have served two hundred days or more, either at the minimum rate since July 1, 1930, since the latest prior increment, be, and they hereby are, increased to the annual rate indicated as ot the date specified: Agnes Reynolds, $6,196.00 February 1968. Dorothy Phillips, $6,196.00 Februsry 13, 1968. Seconded by Commissioner Cooke. Adopted unanimously. Certification of Assistant Custodians. March 6, 1968. From: mission Municipal Civil Service Com- To: Board of Education Subject: Assistant Custodian, Board of Education, Exam No. 2416, 7 perma nent, Salary $4,477 to $3,941 Salvaooio. Michael. 54 Murray Street 90 Caster. Gerald E.. 113 Pinnacle Road 88 Marvin. Bernard 327 Garson Avenue 86 Infantolino. Philip A., 106 Arvine Heights 82 Bovkin. Jessie J.. 125 Cady Street 80 Rogers. Richard r, 53 Sheppler Street 76 Stenardo, Angelo J., 127 Frankfort Street 76 Note: All these men meet license requirement. Very truly yours, R. N. GUPP, Executive Secretary. Received and ordered published. Appointments Assistant Custodians. By Commissioner Bickal Resolved, That the following-named persons be, and they hereby are, appointed from the eligible list as shown, certified by the Municipal Civil Service Commission, at the annual salary rate shown effective March 24, 1968: Assistant Custodian Boykln, Jessie J $5,209 Caster, Gerald E 5,209 Infantolino, Philip A 5,941 Marvin, Bernard 5,941 Rogers, Richard F. 3,575 Salvaggio, Michael 5,941 Stendardo, Angelo J 5,941 Seconded by Commissioner Roche. Adopted unanimously. Approval of Civil Service Assignments and Pay Schedules. By Commissioner Cooke Resolved, That tU personnel assignments and pay tchedulet as listed on the Civil Service Payrolls (claisified and lltbor) for the bi-weekly periods begla- ning February 26, 1968 to March , 1968, and March II, 1968 to March 23, 1968, are hereby approved as listed below on the dates shown: Hogan. Mri. Helen. Teacher Aide. West, February 21, 1968. Replacement Williams. Key, Truck Driver, wegman Bldg.. February 26, 1968, Replacement AHen. Joyce. Typist (Provisional), Central Office, February 19, 1968. Re placement Reynolds. William. Truck Driver. No. 26. February 27, 1968, Replacement Beckler. Mrs. Edwina, Typist (Provi sional), Whitney Street Annex, February 26, 1968, Replacement Colombo, Phillip, Cleaner, Manpower, February 26-, 1968, Replacement Doerrer, Mrs. Dorothy, 20-Hr. Clean er, No. 33, February 19, 1968, Replace ment Fairfax, William, Custodial AssUtant, Special Assignment, February 26, 1968, Replacement Gorgione. Mrs. Mary, 20-Hr. Cleaner, No. 29, February 26, 1968, Replacement Lowe. Mrs. Lola M.. 20-Hr. Cleaner, Monroe, February 26, 1968, Replace ment Munno, Mrs. Rose B., 20-Hr. Cleaner, No. 5, February 26, 1968, Replacement Oaks, Percy w.. Maintenance Helper, Plant Maintenance, February 19, 1968, Replacement Session, Mrs. Donna, 20-Hr. Cleaner, No. 35, February 26, 1968, Replacement Terry. James, Custodial Assistant, Special Assignment, February 19, 1968, Replacement James. Mrs. Rosetta, 20-Hr. Cleaner, No. 58. February 19. 1968, Replacement. Albright. Mrs. Ruth. Sr. Stenographer (Provisional), Central Office, March 4, 1968, New Paul, Richard, Messenger, Central Of fice, March 4, 1968, Replacement Muchard, Mrs. Cecelia, Teacher Aide, No. 36. January 26, 1968. Replacement Tortoretu, Mrs. Shirley, Data Process ing Clerk Part-time, Central Office, March 4, 1968, Replacement Gray. Shirley. Legal Secretary (Provi sional), Central Office, March 11, 1968 New Winnie, Mrs. Dorothea, Typist (Provi sional), No. 19, March 4, 1968, Replace ment Lyke, Wayne, Teacher Aide, Jeffer son, March 5, 1968, Keplacement. Rush, Mrs. Martha Ann, Accompanist, Franklin, March 13, 1968, New Lofton, Mrs. Francise, stenographer (Provisional), West, March 18, 1968, Re-placement Hite, Mrs. Mary, typist (provisional), Central Office, March 11, 1968, New Burton. James, Custodial Assistant, Special Assignment, March 4, 1968, Replacement Cotturone, Robert, Student Laborer, Plant Maintenance, February 27, 1968, Replacement Eckelberger, Frank, Maintenance Me chanic, Plant Maintenance, February 28, 1968, Replacement LeGrand, John, Maintenance Helper, Plant Maintenance, March 11, 1968, Re placement Maneiro, Roque, Custodial Assistant, Special Assignment, March 11, 1968, Re placement McClain, William. Custodial Assistant, Special Assignment, February 29, 1968, Replacement Measday, George, Custodial Assistant, Special Assignment, March 5, 1968, Re placement Overacker. Mr. Carol. 20-Hr. Clean er, No. 38, February 29, 1968, Replace ment Santangelo, William, Maintenance Me chanic, Plant Maintenance, March 11, 1968, Keplacement Whitfield. Mrs. Pearl. 20-Hr. Cleaner. No. 38, March 11, 1968, Keplacement Williams, Willie, Cleaner. Manpower. March 7, 1968, Keplacement Wurzer. Mrs. Dolores J.. Food Serv ice Helper. Monroe. February 28. 1968. Keplacement Seconded by Commissioner Bickal. Adopted unanimously. Approval of Textbooks. By Commissioner Cooke Resolved, That, upon the recommen dation of the Superintendent of Schools, the following basal and experimental textbooks in the subject areas indicated be, and they hereby are, approved for use in the secondary schools, such use to become effective in September, 1968 BUSINESS EDUCATION BASAL TEXTBOOKS Abbreviated Longhand Leslie, et al. Gregg Notehand. Second Edition. Gregg Division, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. 1968. Business Organization and Management Shilt. et al. Business Principles and Management. 5th Edition. South-Western Publishing Company. 1967. Economic Geography Pounds and Taylor. World Geography, Seventh Edition. South-Western Publish ing Company. 1967. Introduction to Business Crabbe, et al. General Business for Economic Understanding. Ninth Edition. South-Western Publishing Company, 196o. Price, et al. General Business for Everyday Living, Third Edition, Gregg Mcuraw-tiiu hook company, Inc. 1966. Typewriting Cook, et al. Gregg Junior High Typing. Second Edition. Gregg Division, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. 1965. (For use in Junior high only.) Lessenberry, et al. 20th Century Typewriting. Complete Course. Ninth Edition. South-Western Publishing Company. 1967. Rowe, et al. Gregg General Typing 1. Series 191. Second Edition, Gregg Division, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. 1967. EXPERIMENTAL TEXTBOOKS Data Processing Arnold, et al. Introduction to Data Processing. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. 1966. Awad. Automatic Data Processing. Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1966 (or latest edition). ENGLISH BASAL TEXTBOOKS Grade 7 Greene, et al. The New Building Better English 7. Fourth Edition. Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc. 1963. Postman, et al. Discovering Your Language. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. 1963. Roberts. The Robert English Series. Book 7. Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 1967. Warnner, et al. English Grammer and Composition 7. Revised Edition. Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 1965. Grade 8 Benthul, et al. Spell Correctly 8. Silver Burdett Company. 1965. Blickhahn. et al. Writing: Unit-Les sons in Composition. Foundations Books A, B, C. Ginn and Company. 1967. Greene, et al. The New Building Bet ter English 8. Fourth Edition. Harper ana now, ruonsners, inc. 1963. Hildreth, et al. Spellingtime Y. The L. w. singer Company, 1965. Leavitt and Sohn. Stop, Look, and write! bantam Books, Inc. 1964. Nunan. Composition: Models and Ex ercises 8. Harcourt, Brace and World, UK. IV03. Postman and Damon. The Uset of Language. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. 1965. Roberts. The Roberts English Series. Book 8. Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 1967. Warriner, et al. English Grammar and Composition 8. Revised Edition. Har court, urace and World, Inc. 1965, Grade 9 Blickhahn. et al. Writing: Unit-Lessons in Composition. Books 1A, IB, 1C. uiuii ana v-ompany. iyt4. Bushman, et al. Scope: Reading 3, Harper and Row, Publishers. Inc. 1967, John, et al. The New Building Better English 9. Fourth Edition. Harper and jow, ruonsners, inc. lyes. Postman. Exploring Your Language. nou, Kinenart ana Winston, inc. 1966. Roberts. The Robert! English Series. Complete Course. Harcourt, Brace and woria, inc. 1967. Warriner, et al. English Grammar end composition y. Kevised Edition. Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 1965. Grade 10 Brown, et al. Writing: Unit-Lessons In Composition. Bookt II A, II B, II C, Ginn and Company. 1964. John, et al. The New Building Better English 10. Fourth Edition. Harper and kow, ruonsners, inc. I9b3. Postman and Damon, The Languages ot Discovery. Molt, Kinchart and Winston, Inc. 1965. Roberts. English Syntax: A Book of Progtamed Lessons. Harcourt, Brace and World. Inc. 1964. Warriner, et al. English Grammar and Composition 10, Revised Edition. Har court, Brace and World, Inc. 1965. Grade It Corbin and Perrin. Guide to Modern English 11. Scott, Foresman and Com- ptny. 1963. Doremus. Writing College Themes. Oxford University Prest. I960. John and Yates. The New Building Better English II. Fourth Edition. Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc. 1965. Lavin, et al. Writing: Unit-Lessons In Composition. Books 3A, 3B, 3C. Ginn and Company. 1963. Postman and Damon. Language ana Systems. Holt, Rinchart and Winston, Inc.. 1965. Warnner, et al. English orammar ana Composition 11. Revised Edition. Har- cour:, Brace and World, Inc. 1963. Grade 12 Corbin and Perrin. Guide to Modern English 12. Scott, Foresman and Com pany. 196J. DeBoer. et al. The New Building Bet ter English 12. Fourth Edition. Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc., 1963. Postman. Language and Reality. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. 1966. Warnner. et al. English Grammar and Composition. Complete Course. Revised Ediuon. Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 1963. EXPERIMENTAL TEXTBOOKS Grade? Bushman, et al. Scope: Reading 1. Harper and Row. Publishers, Inc. 1965 Conlin and Fillmer. Our Language Today 5. American Book Company. 1967. Conlin and Thompson. Our Language Today 6. American Book Company. 1967. Lewis. Reading, Spelling, Vocabulary, Pronunciation. Book 1. Amsco School Publications, Inc. 1967. Marcus. Language in Your Life 1. Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc. 1966. Nieman, et al. The English Language 7. Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 1966. Grade I Bushman, et al. Scope: Reading 2. Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc. 1965. Lewis, Reading, Spelling, Vocabulary, Pronunciation. Book 2. Amsco School Publications, Inc. 1967. Marcus. Language in Your Life 2. Harper and Row, Publishers, Inc. 1966. FOREIGN LANGUAGES BASAL TEXTBOOKS French Bauer, et al. Le Francais: Lire, Parler et Ecrire. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Inc. 1964. Etmekiian. et al. Le Francalx ("nurant I. Allyn and Bacon, Inc. 1964. Etmekiian, et al. Speaking French. Al lyn ana Bacon, inc. 1963. German Rehder. et al. Deutsch: Lesen und Denken. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Inc. 1964. Schulz and Griesbach. Deutsche Sprachlehre fur Auslander. Grundstufe 2. Max Hueber Verlag, Munchen. 1963. Latin Ullman and Suskin. Latin for Ameri cans. Third Book. The Macnullan Com pany. 1965. Spanish Ginsburg, et al. Segunda Vista. A Second Year Course. Revised Edition. Allyn and Bacon, Inc. 1966. EXPERIMENTAL TEXTBOOKS French Etmekiian and Caefer. Le Francais Courant II. Allyn and Bacon, Inc. 1965. Ernst and Levy. Lecons Preliminaires. Third Edition. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. 1964. German Rehder, et al. Deutsch: Denken, Wis- ten und Kennen. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. 1966. Latin Hines, et al. Our Latin Heritage. Book I. Harcourt, Brace and World, inc. 1966. Hines, et al. Our Latin Heritage. Book II. Harcourt, Brace and World, inc. iyoo. Hines and Howard. Our Latin Her itage. Book III. Harcourt, Brace and world, inc. 1967. Spanish Ugarte. Gramatica Espanola de Repa- so. ine Odyssey Wess, Inc. 1958. (Sec- ona year ot experimental use) HEALTH EDUCATION BASAL TEXTBOOK Eleventh Grade Health Turner. Personal and Community Health. Thirteenth Edition. The C. V. Mosby Company. 1967. HOME ECONOMICS BASAL TEXTBOOKS 7th Grade Barclay and Champion. Teen Guide to Homemaking. Second Edition. Webster Division, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. 1967. Heck, et al. Exploring Home ' and Family Living. Second Edition. Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1965. 8(h Grade Barclay and Champion. Teen Guide to Homemaking. Second Edition. Webster Division, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. 1967. Smart and Smart. Living and Learning with Children, tiouglnuu Mifflin Com pany. 1961. Shuey, et al. Learning about Children. Revised Edition. J. B. Lippincott Company. 1964. Home Economics 1 Hatcher and Andrews. Guide for To. day's Home Living. D. C. Heath and company, i960. Landit and Landis. Bul1din Ynnr Life. Third Edition. Prentice-Hall, Inc. White. You and Your Food. Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1966. Home Economics 2 McDermott and Nicholas. Homemak ing for Teen-Agers. Book 1. Fifth Edition. Charles A. Bennett Company. Inc. 1966. Raines. Managing Livinetime. Charles A. Bennett Company, Inc. 1966. Home Economics 3 Cross. Eniovina Family Livlno. J. n Lippincott Company. 1967. Lanait ana Landis. personal Adjust ment, Marriage, and Family Living. Fourth Edition. Prentice-Hall. Inc. 1966. Smart and Smart. Living in Famine Second Edition. Houghton Mifflin Company. 1965. Home Economics 4 Baker and Fane. Understanding Guiding Young Children. Prentice-Hall, inc. 1967. Brisbane and Riler. The Develnnlno Child. Charlet A. Bennett Comoanv. Inc. 1965. Home Economics t Craig and Rush. Hornet with Character. Revised Edition. D, C. Heath and Company. 1966. Homo Economics 9 Raines. Managing Llvlngtime. Charles A. Bennett Company, Inc. 1966. Home Economics 10 Cronan and Atwood. Foods in Home-making. Charlei A. Bennett Company, Inc. 1965. Shank, et al. Guide to Modern Meals. McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. 1964. Home Economics 11 Rathbone. et al. Fashiont and Fabrics. Houghton Mifflin Company. 1962. Sturm and Grieser. Guide to Modern Clothing. McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. 1962. Home Economics II Craig. Thresholds to Adult Living. Charles A. Bennett Company, Inc. 1962. Cross. Enjoying Family Living. J. B. Lippincott Company. 1967. Smart and Smart. Living In Families. Second Edition. Houghton Mifflin Com pany. 1963. Special Education Relff. Steps In Home Living. Charlet A. Bennett Company, Inc. 1966. EXPERIMENTAL TEXTBOOKS Home Economics 9 Schoenfeld and Natella. The Consum er and Hit Dollars. Oceana Publications, inc. 1966. INDUSTRIAL ARTS BASAL TEXTBOOKS Drafting Stegman and Stegman. Architectural Drafting. (10-12) American Technical society. 1966. General Shop Olson. Industrial Art! for the General sriop irnrd Edition. Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1968. Graphic Am Cogoli. Photo-Offset Fundamentals. second Edition. (10-12) McKnlght and McKnlght Publishing Company. 1967. Power Mechanics and Transportation Crouse. Automotive Mechanics. Fifth Edition. Webster Division, McGraw-Hill book, company, inc. 1965. Federal Aviation Agency. Alrman't information Manual, Part I. U.S. Gov ernment mating omce. 1968. Federal Arlatloa AtencT. Private Pi lot' s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowl edge. U.S. Government Printing Office. 1965. Glenn. Exploring Power Mecnanict. Revised Ediuon. (8-10) Charlet A. Bennett Company, Inc. 1967. Jenoesen Basic Aeronauuct course. BAC-I. Jeppesen Company. 1967. Woodworking Groneman. General Woodworking. Third Edition. Webster Division-Mc- Graw-HUi Book Company, inc. 1964. MATHEMATICS BASAL TEXTBOOKS 7ih Grade Mathematics Bernstein and Wells. Trouble Shooting Mathematics Skills. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. 1963. McSwain, ef al.- Mathematics 7. Laid-law Brothers. 1963. Mathematics VIII and Mathematics I Rosskopf. et al. Modern Mathematics for Junior High School. Book 2, Burdett Company. 1961. Elementary Algebra Silver Dolciani, et al. Modern Algebra: Structure and Method. Book 1. Houghton Mifflin Company. 1965. Ratir Mathematics 9 Betz, et al. Everyday General Mathe matics. Book Two. Ginn ana company. 1965. Mathematics 9 Lankford and Ulrich. Essential Mathe matics. 2nd tdition. Harcourt, mace and World, Inc. 1967. Intermediate Algebra Welchons, et al. Algebra. Book Two. Modern Edition. Ginn and Company. 1963. Mathematics 11 Welchons, et al. Algebra. Book Two. Modern Edition. Ginn and Company. 1963. Grade 12 Mathematics Fobes and Smyth. Calculus and Analytic Geometry. Volume One. Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1963. EXPERIMENTAL TEXTBOOKS 7th Grade Mathematics Payne, et al. Harbrace Mathematics 7. Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 1967. Mathematics VIII and Mathematics 8 Payne, et al. Harbrace Mathematics 8. Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 1967. Elementary Algebra Johnson, et al. Modern Algebra. First Course. Addlson-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc. 1961. Rourke and Syer. Algebra l. uinn and Company. 1967. Mathematics 9 Brown, et al. General Mathematics. Book One. Laidlaw Brothers. 1963. Edmonds, et al. Pattern! in Mathe matics. Houghton Mifflin company. 1967, Eleventh Year Mathematics Schlumpf and Munro. Integrated Alge bra and Trigonometry. Oxford Book Company, Inc. 1967. SCIENCE BASAL TEXTBOOKS General Science Grade 7 Thurber and Kilburn. Exploring Life Science. Allyn and Bacon, Inc. 1966. Earth Science Earth Science Curriculum Project. Investigating the Earth. Houghton Mifflin Company. 1967. Biology Weinberg. Biology. Allyn and Bacon, Inc. 1966. Biology 10 Fitzpatrick and Hole. Modern Life Science. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. 1966. Biology TWG and Advanced Placement Villee. Biology. Fifth Edition. W. B. Saundert Company. 1967. Chemistry Greenstone, et al. Concepts in Chemistry. Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 1966. Metcalfe, et al. Modern Chemistry. Holt. Rinehart and Winston, Inc. 1966. Smoot, et al. Chemistry: A Modern Course. Charlet E, Merrill Books, Inc. 1965. EXPERIMENTAL TEXTBOOKS General Science Grade I Blanc and Fischler. Modern Science: Earth, Matter and Space. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, inc. 1967. Biology Biological Science Curriculum Study. Biological Science: Molecules to Man. (Blue version) Kevised Ediuon. Hough ton Mifflin Company. 1968. Biology TWG and Advanced Placement Weisz. The Science of Biology. Third Edition. McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. 1967. Chemistry Cotton and Lynch. Chemistry: An Investigative Approach. Houghton Miff lin Company. 1968. Advanced Placement Chemistry Gray and Haight. Basic Principles of Chemistry, w. A. Benjamin, inc. 1967. Phystct Kelly and Miner. Phvsict for Hum school, uinn ana company. 1967. SOCIAL STUDIES . BASAL TEXTBOOKS Grade S Eibling. et al. History of Our United States. Second Edition. Laidlaw Broth ers. 1966. Wilder, et al. This It America's Story. Third Edition, Houghton Mifflin Compa ny. 1968. Grade 9 Allen. Africa. The Fldeler Company. 1966. Ewing. India and Southeast Asia 2. Rand McNally and Company. 1963. fcwing. The Middle East and Moslem Society 3. Rand McNally and Compa ny. 1963. Jaeckel and Peretz. The Middle East. Scholastic Magazines, Inc. 1964. wiens and Hertel. Asia with Focus on China. The Fideler Company. 1966. Grade 10 Rogers, et al. Story of Nations. Holt. Rinehart and Winston, Inc.. 1968. Grade 11 Harlow and Noves. Story of America. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. 1964. snater, et al. A Hum school History of Modem America. Laidlaw Brothers. 1966. Todd and Curt I. Rise of the American Nation. Second Edition. Harcourt. Brace and World, Inc. 1966. Wade, et al. A History of the United States. -Houghton Mifflin Company. 1968. EXPERIMENTAL TEXTBOOKS Grade 7 Bleeker. Indians of the Lonnhouse. William Morrow and Company. 1950. Hertzberg. The Great Tree and the Longhouse: The Culture of the Iroquois. ine Macmulan company. 1966. jones (fcditor). Growing UD in the Cooper Country. Syracuse University Press. 1965. Sloane. The Seasons of America Past. Funk and Wagnalls. 1958. Snellen A Vanished World. Syracuse University Press. 1964. yan Wagenen, Jr. The Golden Age of Homespun. Hill and Wang. 1953;. Grade I Eibling, et al. The Story of America. Laidlaw Brothers. 1965. Graff. The Free and the Brave. Rand McNally and Company. 1967. Reich and Biller. Building the Ameri can Nation. Harcourt, Brace and World, inc. 1968. Grade 9 Allen and Howland. Africa South of the Sahara. Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1965. Allen and Howland. Eastern and Southern Asia. Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1966. Beck (Wiles, editor), Story of Paki stan, McCormick-Mathert Publishing company, inc. i960. Belasco. The New Africa: History, Culture, People. Cambridge Book Company, Inc. 1966. Bohannan. Africa and Africans, The Natural History Press. 1964. Drown. Understanding Other Cultures, Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1963. Bryce. India: Land of Riven. Thomas Nelson and Sons. 1966. Davidson. A Guide to African Histo ry. Doubleday and Company, Inc. 1965 Fersh (Wiles, editor). Story of India. McLormick-Mathcrs Publishing Company, Inc. 1965. Kirk, Japan: Crossroads of East and West. Thomas Nelson and Sons. 1966, Kublin. China. Houghton Mifflin Company. 1968. Schwartz and O Connor. Exploring a Changing World. Globe Book Company, inc. 1966. Stavrianos. Middle East. Allyn and Bacon, Inc. 1966, Stavrianos and Andrews. Suh-Saharan Africa. Allyn and Bacon, Inc. 1964. Stavrianos and HacketU China. Allyn ana Bacon, inc. i960. Allyn Grade 1 Bosk, et al. The History of Our World. Houghton Mifflin Company. 1967. Hayes and Clark. Medieval and Early i Modern Times. The MacmJJan Compa ny. 1966. Hayes and Faissler. Modern limes. The Macmillan Company. 1965. Leinwand. The Pageant of World His-: tory. Allyn and Bacon, Inc. 1966. I Mazour and Peoples. Men and Na-!mg tions. Second Edition. Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 1968. Grade 11 Bragdon and McCutchen. History of a Free People. Sixth Revision. The Mac millan Company. 1967. Current, et al. United States History. Scott, Foresman and Company. 1967. SPECIAL EDUCATION BASAL TEXTBOOKS Mathematics Eicholz. et al. Basic Modem Mathematics. First Course (and Workbook). Addison-Wesley Publishing Company. 1965. Eicholz, et al. Basic Modern Mathematics. Second Course (and Workbook). Addison-Wesley Publishing Company. 1965. Office Practice Shop (John Marshall) Crabbe, et al. General Business. Ninth Edition. South-Western Publishing Com pany. 1966. EXPERIMENTAL TEXTBOOKS Auto Services Shop Beeler. Understanding Your Car. McKnight and McKnight Publishing Company. 1958. Language Arts Chapman and Schulz. The Mott Basic Language Skills Program. Allied Education Council. Semi-Programed Series. Books 1, 2, 3, 4. 1967. Series 300. Basic Numbers and Money. 1966. Series 300. Word Bank. 1966. Series 300 A. 1966. Series 300 B. 1966. Series 600 A. 1966. Scries 600 B. 1966. Series 9(10 A. 1966. Series 900 B. 1966. The Mott Reading Recovery Program. 1966. The Mott Reading Skills Program-Student Workbook for Sound and Structure. 1966. Dallmann and Sheridan. Mastering Your Language. Levels A, H, C, u. Lvons and Carnahan. 1966. loesel. Help Yourself to Reid, Write. and Spell. Hooks 1 and 2. Ginn and Company. 1965. Mathematics Bohn and Wool. Useful Arithm-tic. Volume I. Frank E. Richards Publisher. 1965 Wool. Useful Arithmetic. Volume II. Frank E. Richards Publisher. 1967. Mooncy. Arithmetic That We Need. Frank E. Richards Publisher. 1966. Occupational Reading Mooney. The Getting Along Scries of j Skills-Workbooks. j Volume I "A". After School Is j Out. 1963. ! Volume H "A". Al Looks for Job. 1964. Volume III A Job at last. 1964. Volume IV Pocket. 1965. Volume V Money in the From Tires to Teeth. 1965. Wool. Getting Ready to Drive. Frank F. Richards Publisher. 1967. Social Studies Baldwin. The Story of Our America. Text-Workbook Edition. Noble and Noble Publishers, Inc. 1964. Shawn. Foundations of Citizenship. Books One and Two. Revised. Frank E. Richards Publishers. 1963. Seconded by Commissioner Ashford. Adopted unanimously. Consolidation of Certain Data Processing Functions. By Commissioner Roche Whereas City School District personnel and City personnel have been jointly studying the possibilities of combining data processing functions for several months; and Whereas it has been found that by consolidating certain data processing functions with City data processing functions a savings of approximately $47,000 can be effected; therefore be it Resolved, That this Board of Education does hereby authorize the consolidation of certain data processing functions at proposed In a report dated February 28, 1968, a copy of which is on file with the secretary of the Board of Education. Seconded by Commissioner Bickal. Adopted unanimously. Tabulations of Bids. The Superintendent of Schools presented the following official tabulations of bids received pursuant to advertise ment for same: New Metal Cabinets for Art Room 404 at Charlotte High School, according to the plans and specifications prepared by the official Architect for the Board of Education. Furnishing and delivering Duplicating Supplies Spirit Process, according to the specifications prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of Educa tion. Transportation Open Enrollment to East Rochester for the City School Dis trict of Rochester, County of Monroe, according to the specifications prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of bducation. Furnishing and delivering Newsletter (Project Unique), according to the specifications prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of Education. Alterations to Fire Alarm System at School 16, according to the plans and specifications, and addendum thereto, prepared by the official Architect for the Board of Education. Replacement of Radiation and New Temperature Controls at School 16, ac cording to the specifications prepared by the official Architect for the Board of Education. Temperature Control for Corridor Ra diation at School 20. according to the specifications prepared by the official Architect for the Board of Education. New Equipment Resource Center at New Schools Nos. 7, 11 and 33, and 17, according to the plans and specifications prepared by the official Architect fot the Board of Education. Furnishing and delivering Paint Lia- uid Tempera, according to the specifica tions prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of Education. Furnishing and delivering Convectors Slope Top, according to the specifica tions prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of Education. Site Work Phase I for Junior High School, according to the revised plans and specifications prepared by Caudill, Rowlett and Scott-Todd and Giroux. As sociated Architects. (Received pursuant to readvertisement for same.) Furnishing and delivering Printing Project Beacon, according to the specifi cations, and addendum thereto, prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of tducation. Furnishing and delivering Balsa Wood, according to the specifications prepared by the Purchasing Department, uoara ot taucauon. Furnishing and delivering Tables (Mo bile Folding), according to the specifications prepared by the Purchasing De partment, Board of Education. General Construction Work In connec tion with Alterations to Rooms 102, 103, 107, 112, 114 and 212 at School 21, ac cording to the plans and specifications prepared by the official Architect for the Board of Education. General Construction and Plumbing and Ventilating Work in connection with Alterations to Toilet Rooms at School 46, according to the plans and specifications prepared by the official Architect for the Board of Education. New Floor in Auditorium Gymnasium at School 49, according to the plans and specifications, and addendum thereto, prepared by the official Architect for the Board of Education. The bids on New Metal Cabinets for Art Room 404 at Charlotte High School were opened by the Purchasing Agent beginning at 2:30 p.m., Thursday, February 15, 1968, and pursuant to authority granted by the Board tabulated and referred to the Coordinator of Buildings and Grounds for review. The bids on Duplicating Supplies-Spirit Process were opened by the Purchasing Agent beginning at 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, February 20, 1968, and pursuant to authority granted by the Board tabulated and reviewed by him. The bids on Transportation Open Enrollment to East Rochester were opened by the Purchasing Agent beginning at 2:30 p.m., Wednesday. March 6. 1968, and pursuant to authority granted StavTianot and Smith. India, and Bacon, Inc. 1966. toy the Board tabulated and reviewed by hlThe bids on Newsletter (Project Unique) were opened by the Purchasing Agent beginning at 2:30 p.m., Thursday. March 7, 1968. and pursuant to authority granted by the Hoaro uhulated and reviewed by him. The bids on Alterations to Fire Alarm Svstem at School 16, Replacement ot Radiation and New Temperature Con trols at School 16. and lemperature Control for Corridor Radiation at School 20 were opened by the Purchas- Agent beginning at 2:30 p.m., Thurv day. March 7, 1968, and pursuant to authority granted by the Board tabulated and referred to the Coordinator of Buildings and Grounds for review. The bids on New Equipment Re source tenter at New Schools Nos. . 11 and 13, and 17 were opened by the Purchasing Agent beginning at 2:30 p.m., Friday, March 8, 1968, and pursuant to authority granted by the Board referred to the Coordinator of Buildings and Grounds for review. The bids on Paint Liquid Tempera and Convectors Slope Top were opened by the Purchasing Agent beginning at 2:30 p.m., Monday, March 11, 1968, and pursuant to authority granted by the Board tabulated and reviewed by him. The bids on Sue Work Phase 1 for Junior Hth School were opened by the Purchasing Agent beginning at 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 12, 1968, and pur suant to authority granted by the Board tabulated and referred to the Coordinator of Buildings and Grounds for review. The bids on Printing Project Beacon, Balsa Wood, and Tdhks (Mobile Fold ing) were opened bv the Purchasing Agen1 beginning at 2:30 p.m., Tuesday. March 12. 1968, and pursuant to author ity granted by the Board tabulated and reviewed by him. 1 he bids on Alterations to Rooms 1(C. 103, 107, 112, 114 and 212 at School 21; Alterations to Toilet Rooms at School 46; and New Floor in Auditorium Gymnasium at School 49 were opened by the Purchasing Agent begin ning at 2:30 p.m., lhursday, March 14, 1968, and pursuant to authority granted by the Board tabulated and referred to the Coordinator of Buildings and Grounds for revitw. Thi- tabulations were received and ordered filed with the bids in the oliice of the Purchasing Agent where they shall be kept available for public insepction. The Recording Secretary was authorized tr haie copies printed to be inserted in the bound copies of the 1968 Official Proceedings of the Board of Education Award of Contracts. By Commissioner Roche Resolved, That the contract for New Metal Cabinets for Art Room 404 at Charlotte High School, in accordance with the plans and specifications pre- iparc-l by the Architect for the Hoard of :m:mk'it In St Charles M aniifiirti'irijio Co., for the sum of $9,230.00, they formal bidder; and be it h ing Ihe low I further Resolved, That the President of thus Board be, and hereby is, authorized to enter into contract with the above-named contractor after the form of con- . tract and liability insurance have been diniMEu uy inc Legal vuuiisei. artiu contract shall be secured properly by surety bond approved as to sufficiency by the President on behalf of this Board, and approved as to form and method of execution by the Legal Coun sel. Seconded by Commissioner Ashford. Adopted unanimously. By Commissioner Ashford Resolved, That the contracts for furnishing and delivering Duplicating Supplies Spirit Process, in accordance with the specifications prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of Education, be, and the same hereby are, awarded as follows: Base Bid Group I $1,840.00 ne Oeorge i. Harrington Co.. Inc. Base Bid Group II 2,000.00 The George T. Harrington Co,, inc. they being the lowest bidder meeting specifications in these groups. Base Bid Group III 3,150.00 Ditto Division Hell & Howell Co. Base Bid Group IV 1,470.00 Ditto Division Bell & Howell Co. they being the lowest bidder meeting specifications in these groups, and be it further Resolved, That the Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to purchase additional quantities as needed in accordance with the Unit Prices as listed on the bid tabulation dated February 20, 1968, and be it further Resolved, That the President of this Board be, and he hereby is, authorized to enter into contracts with the above- named contractors after the forms of contracts have been approved by the Le gal counsel. Ihe certified checks submitted with the bids are to be retained in lieu of surety bonds. Seconded by Commissioner Bickal. Adopted unanimously. By Commissioner Cooke Resolved, That the contract for furnishing Transportation Open Enrollment to East Rochester for the City School District of Rochester, County of Monroe, in accordance with the specifications prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of Education, be, and the same hereby Is, awarded to Genesee Bus Service, Inc. (subject to approval of the State Education Department) as follows: Unit Price Per Vehicle Per day $32.50; Per Mile Rate for Adjustment Purposes $.60 they being the low bidder, and be it further Resolved, That the President of this Board be, and he hereby is, authorized to enter into contract with the above-named contractor. Seconded by Commissioner Roche, Adopted unanimously. By Commissioner Bickal Resolved, That the contract for furnishing and delivering Newsletter (Project Unique) in accordance with the specifications prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of Education, be, and the same hereby Is, awarded to Rochester House of Printing, Incorporated (they being the lowest bidder for both base bids), for the sum of either: Base Bid H"xl7" (4-page single fold) for 2500 copies $209.00 5000 copies 256.00 Additional copies $61.00 cost per 2500 Editor's corrections $10.00 per hour or Base Bid H'x25" (6-page double fold) for 2500 copies $345.00 5000 conies 439.00 Additional copies $112.00 cost per 2500 Edltor't corrections $10.00 per hour depending upon the requirements for the Newsletter as determined by Project wuiuc, mm uu ii iurmer Resolved, That the Purchasing Depart ment is nereey authorized to purchase three additional Issues and additional copies as needed in accordance with the Prices as listed on the hirl tahni-.,,,- dated March 7, 1968, and be It further Resolved. That the President l hi. Board be, and he hereby is, authorized to enter into contract with th. hn.- named contractor after the form of contract has been approved by the Legal Counsel. The certified check submiltcd with the bid is to be retained in lieu of surety oona. Seconded by Commissioner Cooke. Adopted unanimously. By Commissioner Roche Resolved, That the following contracts, in accordance with th ,,i,. specifications, and addenda thereto ore- t-j ",c "'cniieci ror tne Board of Education, be, and the same hereby are. awarded as follows: School 16: Alterations to Fire Alarm System; Connors Electric, Inc; $4,960.00 Replacement of Radiation and New Temperature Controls; Day plumbing Co. Inc.; $2,194.00, Base Bid School 20 Temperature Control for CoTidor Radiation; M. L. Tennity Corporation; $2,965.00 School 21 Alterations to Rooms 102, 103, 107, 112, 114. and 212; General Construction Work; LeChase Construction Corporation; $9,172.00 School 46 Alterations to Toilet Rooms: General Construction Work; Ralph j Democrat and Chronicla Rochester. N. Y., ( Frl, April 5, 1958 M Lill: $3,167.00 ou. nH Ventilating Work; Day Plumbing Co. Inc.; SI 1.977.00, B Schoo? 49 New Floor In AuditoriumGymnasium; Industrial Flooring Co. Inc.; $7,890.00 they being the lowest bidders; and be It further Resolved, That the President of this Board be. and hereby is. authorized to enter into contracts with the above-named contractors after the forms of contracts and liability 'nsur?nSf v' been approved by the Legal Counsel Said contracts shall be secured properly u.. .,,., hnnric aDDroved as to sum- ciency by the President on behalf of this . ' j . tn form and uoara, anu ai-i-..v- method of execution by the Legal Coun- sel. Seconded by Commissioner Ashford. Adopted unanimously. By Commissioner Roche-Resolved. That the contracts for New Equipment-Resource Center at New Schools 7, 11 & 33, and 17, In accordance with the plans and specifications prepared by the Architect for the Board of Education, be. and the same hereby are, awarded as follows: School 7 W. K. Sauer-School Equipment, Inc.; $7.008.0O.Base Bid School 11 W. K. Sauer-School Equipment, Inc.; $5,319.00, Base Bui School 17 Scholastic Furniture Inc.: $5,876.00, Alternate No. 1 School 33 Bro-Dart, Inc.; $6,851.50, Alternate No. I they being the lowest bidders, and be it further Resolved, That the President of this Boaru be, and hereby is. authorized to enter into contracts with the above-named contractors after the forms of mnrrx-tc and liability insurance have been approved by the Legal Counsel, i Said contracts shall be secured properly t, ri.iu hnnds aooroved as to suffi ciency by the President on behalf of this Board, and approved as 10 IUM" method of execution by me Legal counsel. Seconded by Commissioner Cooke. Adopted unanimously. By Commissioner Bickal Resolved. That the contract for furnishing and delivering Paint Liquid Tempera in accordance with the specifications prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of Education, be, and the same hereby is, awarded to Bar-deen's. Inc., for the sum of: Base Bid: $4,663.20 : thpv heina the lowest bidder, and be it further Resolved, That the Purchasing Department is herebv authorized to purchase additional quantities as needed in accordance with the Unit Prices as listed on the bid tabulation dated March 11, 1968, and be it further Resolved, That the President of this Board be, and he hereby is, authorized to enter into contract with the above-named contractor after the form of contract has been approved by the Legal Counsel. The certified check submitted with the bid is to be retained in lieu of surety bond. Seconded by Commissioner Ashford. Adopted unanimously. By Commissioner Cooke Resoived, That the contract for furnishing and delivering Convectors Slope Top in accordance with the specifications prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of Education, be, and the same hereby is. awarded to Leon M. Hakes, Inc., for the turn of: Base Bid: $1,584.00 they being the tole bidder, and be It further Resolved, That the Purchasing Depart ment is hereby authorized to purcnase additional quantities as needed in accordance with the Unit Prices as listed on the bid tabulation dated March 11. 1968, and be it further Resolved. That the President, of this Board be, and he hereby is, authorized to enter into contract with the above-named contractor after the form of contract hat been approved by the Legal Counsel. The certified check tubmftted with the bid It to be retained In lieu of surety bond. Seconded by Commissioner BlckaL Adopted unanimously. By Commissioner Roche-Resolved, That the contract for Site Work Phase I for Frederick Douglass Junior High School, in accordance with the revised plans and specifications prepared by Caudill, Rowlett and Scott-Todd and Giroux, Associated Architects, be, and the same hereby is, awarded on the Base Bid to Monroe Contractors Equipment, Inc., for the sum ot $140,275.00, they being the lowest bidder and bo it further Resolved, That the President of this Board be, and hereby is, authorized to enter into contract with the above-named contractor after the form of con tract and liability insurance have been approved by the Legal Counsel. Said contract shall be secured properly by surety bond approved as to sufficiency by the President on oenalt ot tnis Board, and approved as to form and method of execution by the Legal Counsel. Seconded by Commissioner Cooke. . Adopted unanimously. " By Commissioner Ashford Resolved, That the contract for fur nishing and delivering Printing Project Beacon in accordance with the specula tions, and addendum thereto, prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of Education, be, and the same hereby is, awarded to Rochester House of Printing, Incorporated for the sum of: Base Bid $1,746.00 Reprint Price for Additional Booklets 332.00 (Cost per thousand) Editor's Corrections (Net Price Per Hour) ... 10.00 they being the lowest bidder, and be It further Resolved, That the Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to purchase additional quantities as needed in accordance with the Prices as listed on the bid tabulation of March 12, 1968, and be it further Resolved, That the President of this Board be, and he hereby is, authorized to enter into contract with the above-named contractor after the form of contract has been approved by the Legal Counsel. The certified check submitted with the bid is to be retained in lieu of surety bond. Seconded by Commissioner Cooke, Adopted unanimously. By Commissioner Bickal Resolved, That the contract for furnishing and delivering Balsa Wood in accordance with the specifications prepared by the Purchasing Department, Board of Education, be, and for the same hereby is, awarded to Craft Service for the sum of: Base Bid: $1,462.00 they being the sole bidder, and be It further Resolved, That the Purchasing Department is hereby authorized to purchase additional quantities as needed In accordance with the Unit Price as listed on the bid tabulation of March 12, 1968, and be It further Resolved, That the President of this Board be, and he hereby Is, authorized to enter Into contract with the above-named contractor after the form of contract hat been approved by the Legal Counsel, The certified check submitted with the bid la to be retained in lieu of surety bond. Seconded by Commissioner Roche. Adopted unanimously. By Commissioner Cooke Resolved, That the contract for fur-nishing and delivering Tables (Mobile Folding) In accordance with the specifications prepared by the Purchasing De-partmcnt, Board of Education, be, and the same hereby is, awarded to American Seating Company for the sum of; Base Bid: $7,383.00 they being the lowest bidder, and be it further Continued on page 6C

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