2020-2021 Meeting Dates Agendas and Minutes

Board meetings will be held at 7 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.

 Date  Type and Location

Agendas or Minutes
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Relevant Material
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July 7, 2020 

Reorganization

Virtual Meeting

ZOOM/Teleconference Dial In:

https://bit.ly/2Zwc3dm, Password: 8MqM7C

(1 646 876 9923, Meeting ID: 997 5219 0473 Password: 700402)

 Agenda

 

 

July 28, 2020 Open Board Meeting    
August 25, 2020 Open Board Meeting    
September 15, 2020 Open Board Meeting    
October 6, 2020 Open Board Meeting    
October 20, 2020 Open Board Meeting    
November 17, 2020 Open Board Meeting    
December 8, 2020 Open Board Meeting    
January 12, 2021 Open Board Meeting and presentation of First Draft of Budget    
January 26, 2021 Open Board Meeting    
February 9, 2021 Open Board Meeting and Community line by line review    
March 9, 2021 Open Board Meeting    
March 23, 2021

Budget Workshop

   
April 6, 2021 Open Board Meeting & Budget adoption    
April 20, 2021 Open Board Meeting & BOCES Budget Vote    
May 4, 2021 Budget Hearing and Open Board Meeting    
May 18, 2021 Budget vote & Election    
June 8, 2021 Open Board Meeting    
July 6, 2021 Reorganization    

Board Minutes from Prior Years

School Board Information

District Clerk:  districtclerk@uniondaleschools.org 
(516) 560-8945    

Board of Education:  boe@uniondaleschools.org 

Budget Vote & Election Information

Click on the links below to view documents: 

School Board Policy Manual
 Chain of Command
Organizational Chart 2019-2020 

Meet Our Board Members

  

Charmise P. Desiré, Board President, began her tenure on the board in July 2018. A resident of the district since 2000. Mrs. Desiré has been a parent advocate and community supporter who has found various ways over the years to use her skills to support the Uniondale community. She was a PTA member, founding President of the Uniondale HS Football Parent Booster Club, served on various district interview committees, UHS Character Education Committee, District Technology Committee, District Pupil Capacity Focus Group, to name a few.  She is also an engaged member in various civic organizations in the Uniondale community and a graduate of the Parent Leadership Institute of Long Island, in association with the Childcare Council of Nassau County.

In May 2020, Mrs. Desiré was elected to the Executive Committee of the Nassau-Suffolk School Boards Association to represent her community. A former member of the Board of Directors of the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island, Mrs. Desire' strongly believes in outreach and community engagement. She is also a devoted leader in her local church and enjoys motivating and inspiring young people of all ages. She and her husband are honored to be parents of two Uniondale graduates, one of whom graduated from Princeton University  and one pursuing his college degree.   

       

 

 

Justin Brown, Vice President, began his tenure on the board in July 2018. Mr. Brown is a graduate of the Uniondale School District.  He epitomizes the scholar-athlete and the value of the arts and sports in facilitating and forging academic achievement.  Currently, Mr. Brown works as a member of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) Administrator with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.  He has a bachelor's degree from St. Thomas Aquinas College and a master's degree from Hofstra University. In addition to serving as Trustee of the district, Mr. Brown is also the President of the Nassau County Board of Visitors as well as a Prisoner Advocate at NYU Langone Medical Center's IRB. 

    

Adelina Blanco-Harvey, Board Trustee, affectionately known as Addie, is a product of the Uniondale school system having lived in the District for over 35 years. Four of her and her husbands children are proud graduates of Uniondale High School.  She believes that a well-rounded education incorporates developing academic skills along with nurturing aptitude in critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, and other enrichments within the curriculum.

Some of her accomplishments are:

  • Serve and advocate for the educational needs of children for over 24 years
  • Served on PTA, PTSA, and PTA Council for over 2 decades
  • Career mentor for students of Uniondale for over 10 years
  • Resource for parents
  • Community advocate
  • Member of Comite Civico-Salvadoreno for over a decade serving the Salvadorean community of Long Island
  • Visible attendee at community and school board meetings

Mrs. Blanco-Harvey is the Public Relations Coordinator and Office Manager at Premier Endodontics of Long Island with oversight of three offices.  She is a graduate of Nassau Community College and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Childhood Elementary Education with Bilingual and Special Education Extension from SUNY Old Westbury.  She is passionate in her belief that a school board must be responsive and receptive to parents, staff, and stakeholders of the community they serve.   She and her husband are honored that their children thrived, graduated from Uniondale High School and are pursuing their college degrees.  They also look forward to their younger children graduating from Uniondale High School. 

      

Carol Eason, Board Trustee, began her tenure on the board in July 2019.  As a parent, homeowner and former employee of Uniondale High School, she has had a 25-year relationship with both the district and community. 

Carol is a licensed Social Worker as well as a Certified Life Coach with her own small private practice.  She is presently working as a School Social Worker at a charter school in Brooklyn.  Carol is the proud mother of six children, five of whom have graduated from the Uniondale School District and are thriving in their careers, and one who is still continuing her education within the district.

Carol has always advocated for students, families and teachers in every position she has held.

Previously, Carol was a PTA President for Cornelius Court School and California Avenue School, as well as a member of the Site Based Management Team for Uniondale High School and Lawrence Road Middle School.  She was also one of the social workers for Safe Schools Healthy Students and a social worker for the Twilight Program.  She was a coordinator for Adult Education, Liberty Partnership and the Advantage Program at Uniondale High School, as well as the 504 Coordinator.  Carol takes great pride in being able to continue serving her district and community.