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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Other Presenters

 

Call to Order - Special Meeting
Pledge of Allegiance
Agenda      Reports

 
0:02:40

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

3:01:48

Adjournment to Committee-of-the-Whole: Finance

 

3:03:40

Call to Order - COW: Finance
Agenda      Reports

 

3:06:00

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

4:38:38

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

5:08:20

Adjournment