Bound Brook School Board Appoints New President and Vice President
In a development during the latest Bound Brook School Board meeting, Mr. Januzzi was elected as the new Board President, with Mr. B securing the position of Vice President. Following the swearing-in of newly elected board members, Mr. Roger Shuback, Mr. Donald Frazier, and Mr. Michael Becker, the Board proceeded to fill its leadership roles without contention.
Mr. Januzzi was nominated to the role and subsequently elected unanimously with six affirmative votes, one abstention – which was his own – and no opposing votes. His election to the presidency was met with applause from those present.
The position of Vice President was filled shortly after, with Mr. B being nominated and elected by the Board in a unanimous vote. The election process for both roles was straightforward and uncontested, indicating a consensus among board members on the leadership direction.
Additionally, the Board members were reminded to complete their ethics training, with a suggestion put forth to schedule it for either January or February. The timing of the training was left flexible, with the Board agreeing to decide on the most suitable date.
The meeting concluded with an open forum for public discussion, which saw no participation from the public either in-person or online. The Board then moved to adopt the New Jersey School Boards Association Code of Ethics, which was unanimously voted upon and passed without discussion.
Organizational resolutions, a total of twenty-two items ranging from item number two through item number twenty-three, were also approved en bloc by the Board. These resolutions encompass various administrative and procedural mandates required for the ongoing operation of the Board and its governance of the school district.
As the meeting drew to a close, the Board entertained a motion to adjourn, which was promptly passed, concluding the session.
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