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BOE COW Video 10-24-11 


Due to its age, this meeting video has been archived but is still available in DVD format upon request for check-out from the Office of the Superintendent, District 64 Educational Service Center, 164 S. Prospect Ave., Park Ridge, IL 60068.

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District 64 Board of Education
Regular Meeting October 24, 2011

This meeting was taped on location at Washington School (Learning Resource Center), 1500 Stewart Ave., Park Ridge.


View a pdf of the agenda or View a pdf of the meeting reports.

The times noted in brackets refer to the start of that item on the video counter.

  • Public comments [02:45]
  • Technology coaches presentation (Director of Technology Terri Bresnahan, Carrie Bellen/Franklin School, Amanda Walsh/Lincoln Middle School, Caroline Schaab/Roosevelt School) [03:43; BOE comments begin 38:00]
  • Review of Capacity Study - Facility Master Plan (from architects Fanning/Howey Keri Van Sant and Shannan Lefever)  [47:30]
  • Discussion on Board goals - communication (Public Information Coordinator Bernadette Tramm) [1:08:20]
  • Discussion on Community Finance Committee (Supt. Bender) [1:34:30]
  • Consent Agenda (Director of Pupil Services James Even, Business Manager Becky Allard) [1:51:24]
  • Approval of minutes [2:09:53]
  • Other items of information/minutes of Board committees (Supt. Bender) [2:10:59]
  • Other:  Report from Board member Zimmerman/LEED Award Stevenson HS [2:11:32]
  • Other:  Report from Board members Borrelli and Collins/ED-RED [2:16:52]
  • Other:  Principal Appreciation Day (Supt. Bender) [2:20:19]

Next meeting:  Monday, November 14, 2011 at Carpenter School, 300 N. Hamlin Ave., Park Ridge --  6:30 p.m. Committee-of-the-Whole Finance and 7:30 p.m. Regular Board meeting

Return to Board of Education Meetings page for agenda, minutes and meeting reports.

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