GCSSD Celebrates at the 2022 State of the JIF Dinner

Each year, the Gloucester, Cumberland, Salem School Districts Joint Insurance Fund (GCSSD JIF) celebrates member school district successes at their Annual State of the Joint Insurance Fund Dinner. The dinner meeting is organized to reward and recognize the extraordinary efforts of member districts for their commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment for students, staff and community by actively participating in risk management programs. Rewards were earned by Members who reduced the number of accidents by focusing on local safety efforts. Utilizing GCSSD JIF safety services, districts build and maintain responsive internal accident reporting systems.  Member Districts were acknowledged for their hard work with recognition plaques and monetary awards. In all, twenty-three (23) member school districts were recognized and received awards totaling $77,000.   Donna Contrevo, Business Administrator from Gateway Regional High School received the Safety Star of the Year Award.   Donna has been a leader within her school districts and the GCSSD Joint Insurance Fund for over two decades. She is a champion of risk management and safety, helping to guide and implement critical programs and policies to minimize losses in the schools.                     Delsea Regional High School and Salem County Vocational Technical School District were each recognized as Safety District of the Year for their ongoing contribution to safety efforts, earning an additional $2,500 reward. BA Frank Maurer of Salem County Vocational Technical School District BA Joe Collins of Delsea Regional High School District View GCSSD JIF Award Presentation HERE...

BCIP Celebrates at the 2022 State of the JIF Dinner

Each year, the Burlington County Insurance Pool Joint Insurance Fund (BCIP JIF) celebrates member school district successes at their Annual State of the Joint Insurance Fund Dinner. The dinner meeting is organized to reward and recognize the extraordinary efforts of member districts for their commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment for students, staff and community by actively participating in risk management programs. Rewards were earned by members who reduced the number of accidents by focusing on local safety efforts. Utilizing BCIP JIF safety services, districts build and maintain internal accident reporting systems.  Member Districts were acknowledged for their hard work with recognition plaques and monetary awards. In all, forty one (41) member school districts were recognized and received awards totaling $148,000. Click HERE to view coverage in the Moorestown Sun     Christy Durst-McMaster, Paraprofessional from Moorestown Township Public School District won the Safety Hero of the Year Award. Durst-McMaster’s quick actions saved a choking child in the cafeteria.                 JoAnn Ricciani, School Nurse from Springfield Township won the Safety Star of the Year Award. Ricciani continuously demonstrates a supportive and caring mindset, always putting the needs of the students and her colleagues above her own as she works tirelessly to maintain a safe and healthy environment at Springfield Elementary.             Delanco Township BOE, Medford Lakes School District, Northern Burlington Regional School District and Voorhees Twp. BOE were recognized as Safety Districts of the Year for their ongoing contribution to safety efforts, each earning an additional $2,500 reward. Delanco Township BOE Medford Lakes School District...

ACCASBO Celebrates at the 2022 State of the JIF Dinner

Each year, the Atlantic & Cape May Counties Association of School Business Officials Joint Insurance Fund (ACCASBO JIF) celebrates member school district successes at their Annual State of the Joint Insurance Fund Dinner. The dinner meeting is organized to reward and recognize the extraordinary efforts of member districts for their commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment for students, staff and community by actively participating in risk management programs. This year, 26 member school districts were recognized and received awards totaling $91,500.   Rocco Rosetti, Facilities Manager of Galloway Township Public Schools received the Safety Star of the Year Award. Over the last 5 years, Rocco made tremendous improvements to the district’s facilities, including safety and security measures. He supervises facilities projects, arrives to work early, stays late and answers calls and e-mails at all hours of the day. He embodies the spirit of safety on a daily basis, going above and beyond his job responsibilities in the interest of safety and assisting the district in these efforts at every level.         Folsom Board of Education, North Wildwood School District and Hammonton Board of Education were recognized as Safety Districts of the Year for their ongoing contribution to safety efforts, each earning an additional $2,500 reward. Safety District Winner Chris Veneziani Folsom SBA with JIF Safety Director John Geitz Safety District Winner North Wildwood Superintendent Christopher Armstrong and SBA Jamie Shoemaker View ACCASBO JIF Award Presentation on Website HERE ...

2022 NJSBA Workshop

After 3 years, the SPELL JIF team attended the NJ School Boards Conference in Atlantic City in October 2022. We loved connecting in person to our JIF member Business Administrators and their School Board Members.  And our own Scott Tennant provided valuable insight on managing risk while presenting at the “Confronting Cyber Liabilities” session both days of the conference. Way to go Scott!...

2022 Mold Seminar Presentations

Mold and Indoor Air Quality in Our Schools: Hosted by the SPELL Nearly 200 participants attended the 10th Annual Environmental Management Seminar at the Westin in Mount Laurel on July 13. 2022. View the presentations by clicking on the links below: 1. Monroe Mold Story SPELL JIF 10th Annual Environmental Seminar 2. John Geitz and Joe Biluck- Managing and Investigating a Mold Complaint 3. SPELL – Environmental Concerns Past, Present and Future 2022 4. IoT – Using Connected Devices to Mitigate Water Risk & IoT Connected Protection Summary VIEW VIDEO: Travelers and Mercer County Technical Schools Find Success with...

GCSSD 2021 State of the JIF Dinner

For the 24th year in a row, the Gloucester, Cumberland, Salem School Districts Joint Insurance Fund (GCSSD JIF) celebrated Member School District successes at their Annual State of the Joint Insurance Fund Dinner. The dinner meeting is organized to reward and recognize the extraordinary efforts of member districts for their commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment for students, staff and community by actively participating in risk management programs.  Rewards were earned by Members who reduced the number of accidents by focusing on local safety efforts.  Member Districts were acknowledged for their hard work with recognition plaques and monetary awards.  In all, eighteen member school districts were recognized and received awards totaling $73,500. Click HERE to View the Press Coverage from NJ.com   Frank Maurer, Business Administrator from Salem County Special Services SD Salem County Vocational –Technical SD received the Safety Star of the Year. Frank created and manages District Safety Committees, implemented a facility inspection programs to identify hazards, ensures required staff safety training is current, and promotes a positive safety message throughout the district campuses.       Angela Harper, Transportation Coordinator from Gateway Regional High School received the Safety Star of the Year Award. For over 25 years, Angela has worked tirelessly proving her commitment and dedication to the District and has ensured the safe transport of many thousands of students.  She goes above and beyond on a daily basis, always lending a helping hand and embodying the spirit of safety.       Pennsville Public School District, Greenwich Township School District, and Salem County Special Services School District were each recognized as Safety District...

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