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Mr. Bruce LeVine Mellion

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Norwalk Federation of Teachers

Employment History

  • President

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Education Finance Committee Meeting
  • Board Member
    Education Meeting Mintues
  • Board Member
    Education Curriculum Committee Meeting
  • Board Member
    Education Policy Committee Meeting Minutes
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Past News - Norwalk Public Schools, 27 Nov 2015 [cached]
Bruce LeVine Mellion
Bruce LeVine Mellion, long-time president of the Norwalk Federation of Teachers had a true passion for Norwalk schools. Our hearts go out to his family and friends. READ MORE... Full Day Schedule Expected for All Schools on Wed., Sept. 9
Norwalk Public Schools, 27 Dec 2009 [cached]
Mr. Bruce Mellion, the NFT President said that there was a disparity between pages 11 and 12 in the budgets and that the health insurance was contradictory to the email blast that was sent out. Those two documents should line up, but don't.
Mr. Mellion said that there are some questions about what the Federal Stimulus funding could be used for.
OTHERS: Bruce Mellion, ..., 26 June 2007 [cached]
OTHERS: Bruce Mellion, NFT President; Ellen Gaber, Shirley Mosby, Donna Rydell, Marge Cavanaugh, Molly Medico, Acting PTO Council President, Alexander Rossner, NFT member, Mr. Rafferty, Dr. Karen Lang
Mr. Mellion came forward and addressed the Board about the reconciliation of the budget.Mr., Mellion stated that it was the Union's understand that a priority list of items to be returned to the budget.Mr. Mellion stated that the Executive Committee of the NFT met earlier in the day and had some comments that they would like to share regarding the priority list.
Mr. Mellion then reviewed the various items on the list and the ranking that the Union assigned each of the items on the list.
Mr. Mellion said in the original reconciliation recommendation, the reduction called for a loss of thirty teachers, either part or full time, along with thirteen members of the Norwalk Federation of Teachers personnel for a total of forty three staff members with direct services to students.Mr. Mellion pointed out that there has not been one comment regarding the reduction of administrators.
Mr. Mellion suggested that there be strong consideration regarding have a residency officer to handle the issue of who really belongs in the District.Mr. Mellion reminded everyone that the secretaries currently handled this and there have been a number of questions about this issue during the past spring.
Mr. Mellion also said that there were concerns about costs of materials and supplies have been excessive.
Mr. Mellion said that there were ongoing concerns regarding ticket takers and crowd control at athletic events.
He also reminded everyone that during a prior presentation, out of the 104 teachers that chose to return the operating budget reconciliation survey, that 103 stated that they did not agree with the Superintendent's refusal to recommend any reduction in administration as part of the reduction.
Mr. Mellion then came forward and distributed a document to the Board.He then said that the document dovetailed with a report that the Board had received from the Superintendent done by Mrs. Contrafello about emerging scholars.Ms. Gaber was very involved in the program during the past school year and Mr. Mellion then said that if there were any questions, Ms. Gaber was prepared to answer them.
Mr. Mellion then gave a brief overview of the report to the Board.
Norwalk Public Schools, 27 Dec 2009 [cached]
OTHERS: Evette Ellis, Silvermine School Principal, Bruce Mellion, NFT President
Mr. Mellion said that if there was anything that would directly impact or change the delivery of services by the teachers, the teachers needed to have that before the first day in September. Mr. Mellion then objected to a particular type of training that was rarely needed but would take two days. He said that the teachers know about the CREC report and know that there will be follow up, but nothing more than that.
Mr. Mellion commented that if certain programs are working for certain schools, that is fine, but it does not mean that one program fits all. He said that he had done some previous research on programs and that care must be taken with certain applications.
Norwalk Public Schools, 27 Dec 2009 [cached]
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