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BOE Video 2-20-18

District 64 Board of Education - February 20, 2018:
Special Board Meeting and Committee-of-the-Whole: Finance

This meeting was taped on location at Jefferson School (multipurpose room), 8200 Greendale Ave, Niles, IL.

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IN VIEW (FROM LEFT):  Board legal counsel Tony Loizzi; Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Joel Martin; Board member Fred Sanchez; Board member Larry Ryles; Secretary Tom Sotos; President Anthony Borrelli; Superintendent Laurie Heinz; Board Vice President Rick Biagi; Chief School Business Official Luann Kolstad; Board member Mark Eggemann; Board member Eastman Tiu; and Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning Lori Lopez.

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Call to Order - Special Meeting
Pledge of Allegiance
Agenda      Reports


Presentation on School Resource Office Middle School Pilot Program

Hodges Loizzi - Kerry Pipal; Ekl, Williams - Pat Provenzale; Park Ridge Police Chief Frank Kaminski; Niles Police Commander Bob Tornabene; Emerson Middle School Principal Jim Morrison, Assistant Principal Tim Benka; Lincoln Middle School Principal Tony Murray


Adjournment to Committee-of-the-Whole: Finance



Call to Order - COW: Finance
Agenda      Reports



Discussion of enrollment and recommendations for 2018-19 at Emerson, Lincoln and Washington schools
Presentation slides

Director of Facility Management Ron DeGeorge, Studio GC architects Rick Petricek, Emerson Middle School Principal Jim Morrison, Washington School Principal Stephanie Daly


Discussion and recommendation to retrofit/replace two zones of Carpenter HVAC summer 2018
Presentation slides

Director of Facility Management Ron DeGeorge, Studio GC architects Rick Petricek, 20/10 Engineering Jeff Chamberlin, Carpenter School Principal Brett Balduf




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