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Minutes of the Two Hundredth Meeting

Newark Charter School, Inc.
Held in the JR/SR High School Media Center
Newark, Delaware
April 19, 2016
THE UNDERSIGNED, Secretary of Newark Charter School, Inc., a Delaware Corporation (the
(1) hereby certifies that the monthly meeting of the Directors of the Company was held at
Newark Charter School, April 19, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. during which the following were
in attendance:

Directors Present:
1. Steve Dressel
2. Austin Lobo
3. Stephanie Prendergast
4. Maura Duke
5. Greg Gross
6. Renee Anson
7. Nanci Colby
8. Frank Newton
9. Stacy Ginsberg
10. Adrian Soyer


Others Present:
Greg Meece, Sharon Dorr, Joanne Schlosberg, Rick Celeste and Nina GaskinWyatt


hereby certifies that the Board of Directors adopted the following resolutions and
directed that the Secretary record those resolutions and insert these Minutes in the
minute book of the Company. The March 15, 2016 public meeting minutes were


Public Comment


Old Business

A) Treasurers Report:
a. Revenues are $321K favorable. State funds are $124K favorable to budget
and the student activities appropriation is $111K favorable to budget due to
a greater number of student activities then planned.
b. Expenditures are $3K favorable to the budget.
c. The school is within 1% of their planned budget.
d. G. Meece, J. Schlosberg and the Underwriting team met with Standard and
Poors on April 19th to discuss the rating for the refinance.
e. The DEDA meeting for the refinance of the 2006 Series bonds is scheduled
for April 25th at 9:00 a.m.
B) Directors Report:
1. The Board of Directors completed Board Governance training on April 5th.
2. The students at the school have achieved many notable accomplishments which
will all be detailed in the upcoming quarterly magazine. Some of the
accomplishments are Jefferson award winners, Project Citizen Top High School
in the State, eight student scholarships to China and Spain, etc.
3. G. Meece, S. Dressel and J. Schlosberg have requested to meet with the
Superintendent of Christina School District and the Associate Secretary of
Education to discuss the districts local exclusions from charter schools local

New Business
a. J. Schlosberg presented a draft of the Newark Charter School admissions
procedures to the Board for their review. The changes suggested are the removal of
number six which addressed the addition of a high school and modifying the
Kindergarten application requirements. The Board provided suggestions to the draft.
A revised draft will be presented at the next Board meeting for review and approval.
b. As per the conflict of interest policy adopted by the school, the Board members
disclosed any relationships they have with the school outside of being Board members.
S. Dressel and A. Soyer both disclosed that their respective wives are employed by the
school. S. Prendergast and R. Anson both disclosed that they are teachers employed at
the school. The Board members affirmed that there are no conflicts of interest with
their duties as Board members.

The next Public Board meeting is scheduled for May 17, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.
The monthly Board meeting adjourned at 8:35 p.m.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned Secretary of the Company

has executed and certified these Minutes as of the 19th day of April, 2016.

Renee Anson, Secretary