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May 20, 2002

RICH TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 227

 

BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING

MAY 20, 2002

 

 

The Board of Education of School District 227, Cook County, Illinois, met in regular session at the East campus of Rich Township High Schools, Park Forest, Illinois, at 7:40 p.m. on Monday, May 20, 2002.

 

Mr. Burnette called the meeting to order and requested a roll call.

 

Present: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Absent: Norwood

 

Also Present: Dr. Knutson, Mrs. Panega, Mr. Tandy, Mr. O’Malley, Mrs. Treichel, Mrs. Aleshire, Mr. Rado, Dr. Donausky, Mrs. Moore, Mr. Minor, Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs. Steffeter, Dr. McDonald, Mrs. DioGuardi, Ms. Powell, Mrs. Clark, Ms. Kimberly Clark, Mrs. Buckner Grubbs, Mrs. Veazey, Ms. Johnson, Mr. Glasber, Ms. Browntree, Pastor, Moses, Mr. Lea, Mr. Maroscher, Mrs. Martin, Mr. Wright

 

 

Recognition of Citizens Pertaining to Agenda Items

 

Mr. Burnette recognized Mrs. Sandra Johnson.  She spoke on behalf of her son, Nicholas Johnson.

 

Mr. Burnette recognized Mr. Glasber and Ms. Browntree.  They spoke on behalf of Ms. Browntree’s son, Yaseer.

 

Pastor Mary Moses was recognized.  She spoke on behalf of her grandson, Antonio Hamilton.

 

 

Scheduled Presentations

 

Recognition of Rich Central PTSA Board

 

Mr. Burnette requested a motion honoring the Rich Central PTSA Board.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mrs. Caldwell seconded the following:

 

(02-111)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the resolution recognizing the Rich Central PTSA Board as will be read.

 

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After a voice vote, Mr. Burnette declared the motion carried.

 

Motion 02-111 carried.

 

Dr. McDonald read the resolution recognizing the accomplishments of the Rich Central PTSA Board during the 2001-2002 school year.  She introduced Mrs. Buckner Grubbs and Mrs. Veazey, Board members.  Dr. McDonald thanked the Board for all the hard work this past year.   Mrs. Buckner Grubbs noted she greatly appreciated the support of the Board.

 

 

Recognition of Rich East PTSA Board

 

Mr. Burnette requested a motion recognizing the Rich East PTSA Board.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mrs. Caldwell seconded the following:

 

(02-112)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the resolution recognizing the Rich East PTSA Board as will be read.

 

After a voice vote, Mr. Burnette declared the motion carried.

 

Motion 02-112 carried.

 

Mr. Lea read the resolution recognizing the accomplishments of the Rich East PTSA Board during the 2001-2002 school year.  He introduced Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Steffeter, and Mrs. Aleshire and thanked them for all their work this past year.  Mrs. Aleshire thanked the Board for its support of the PTSA during the past year.

 

 

Presentation of Kimberly Clark, Rich East Student and Author

 

Mr. Burnette recognized Mr. Lea, who presented Ms. Kimberly Clark, a Rich East student, and her mother, Mrs. Gilda Clark.  Ms. Kimberly Clark informed the Board she had published a book, and she shared one of her poems entitled, “Freedom,” from the book, “From My Thoughts To Your Heart.”   She presented the Board with an autographed copy of the book.

 

Mr. Burnette noted that the Board was proud of Kimberly.  He noted she was a talented young woman.

 

 

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Recognition of Rich South PTSO Board

 

Mr. Burnette requested a motion recognizing the Rich South PTSO Board.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mrs. Owens seconded the following:

 

(02-113)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the resolution recognizing the Rich South PTSO Board as will be read.

 

After a voice vote, Mr. Burnette declared the motion carried.

 

Motion 02-113 carried.

 

Mr. Donausky read the resolution recognizing the accomplishments of the Rich South PTSO Board.  He introduced Mr. Minor, PTSO President, and noted that he had influenced the direction of the PTSO during the past year.  Mr. Minor thanked the Board and the other PTSO officers for all their hard work this past year.

 

 

Mr. Burnette requested approval of a resolution honoring Regina Wright, the Rich East Student Representative.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. White seconded the following:

 

(02-114)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the resolution recognizing Regina Wright, Rich East’s Student Representative, for the 2001-2002 school year, as will be read.

 

Mr. Freund read the resolution recognizing Regina Wright’s work as a student representative from East this past year.  Regina thanked the Board for allowing her to serve as a student representative.

 

After a voice vote, Mr. Burnette declared the motion carried.

 

Motion 02-114 carried.

 

 

Mr. Burnette requested approval of a resolution honoring Tahman Bradley, the Rich Central Student Representative.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. White seconded the following:

 

(02-115)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the resolution recognizing Tahman Bradley, Rich Central’s Student Representative, for the 2001-2002 school year, as will be read.

 

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Mrs. Lohr read the resolution recognizing Tahman Bradley’s work as a student representative from Central this past year.  Tahman thanked the Board for allowing him to serve as a student representative.

 

After a voice vote, Mr. Burnette declared the motion carried.

 

Motion 02-115 carried.

 

 

Mr. Burnette requested approval of a resolution honoring Sarah Stoll, the Phoenix Campus Student Representative.  Mr. White moved and Mrs. Lohr seconded the following:

 

(02-116)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the resolution recognizing Sarah Stoll, the Phoenix Campus Student Representative, for the 2001-2002 school year, as will be read.

 

Mrs. Caldwell read the resolution recognizing Sarah Stoll’s work as a student representative from the Phoenix Campus this past year.   Mrs. Martin accepted the resolution on Sarah’s behalf.

 

After a voice vote, Mr. Burnette declared the motion carried.

 

Motion 02-116 carried.

 

 

At 8:30 p.m. Mr. Burnette requested a recess in order for the Board to thank the PTSA/PTSO officers and student representatives for their work this past year. 

 

 

At 8:45 p.m. Mr. Burnette reconvened the meeting.

 

 

Approval of Consent Agenda

 

Mr. Burnette asked if anyone wished to remove any items from the Consent Agenda.  There being none, he requested approval of the Consent Agenda.  Mr. Freund moved and Mrs. Caldwell seconded the following:

 

(02-117)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Consent Agenda items as listed.

 

 

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  1. Approval of the regular and closed session minutes of April 15, 2002, the Committee of the Whole minutes of May 6, 2002, and the Policy Committee, Special and Closed Session minutes of May 13, 2002,  as distributed.

 

b.         Approval of payroll and bills payable

 

Suggested Motion:        It is moved that the Board of Education approve the payroll and bills payable dated May 20, 2002, as follows:

 

Payroll

 

Gross Payroll April 25, 2002    1,094,748.13

 

Gross Payroll May 10, 2002                 1,070,422.50

 

 

Bills Payable

 

Education                                               504,387.14

 

Operation & Maintenance                       209,911.45

 

Bond & Interest                                          37.50        

 

Transportation                            225,981.50

 

Site & Construction                                  66,577.84

 

Life Safety                                                10,412.79

 

Total Bills Payable                             1,017,308.22

                                                                          

c.         Approval of payroll and bills payable for the Career Preparation Network                                                                                                   

 

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Suggested Motion:        It is moved that the Board of Education approve the payroll and bills payable dated May 20, 2002, for the Career Preparation Network as follows:

 

Payroll                                               

 

Gross Payroll    April 25, 2002       4,320.54

 

Gross Payroll May 10, 2002                      4,320.54

 

Bills Payable

 

Education                                                 53,103.85

      

d.         Approval of classified and exempt personnel report

 

Suggested Motion:        It is moved that the Board of Education approve the classified and exempt personnel report listing new hires, leaves of absences, promotions, resignations, retirements, terminations, and transfers, as presented by the Superintendent, provided all the requirements of the State of Illinois are met.

 

e.         Intervention on Assessment Appeals on PTAB

 

Suggested Motion:        It is moved that the Board of Education approve the “Resolution Authorizing Intervention in Proceeding Before the State Property Tax Appeal Board,” in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 02-42.

 

  1. Acceptance of Audit Proposal

 

Suggested Motion:        It is moved that the Board of Education accept the audit proposal dated May 13, 2002, from McGladrey & Pullen, Schaumburg, Illinois, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2002, in the amount of $14,300, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 02-44.

 

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Mr. Tandy stated that he had reviewed the personnel matters with Mrs. Lohr.

 

Mr. O’Malley noted that he and Mrs. Owens had reviewed the bills.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

Motion 02-117 carried.

 

 

Student Representatives

 

Tahman Bradley, Rich Central’s student representative, read a statement of appreciation for his years at Rich Central.

 

Regina Wright, Rich East’s student representative, thanked the Board and noted she had

enjoyed her work as a student representative.

 

Fanen Kwimbe was recognized as the new student representative from Rich South.  He noted he was a senior and this would be his only meeting, but he appreciated being able to attend the meeting.

 

 

Financial Considerations

 

Mr. O’Malley requested approval of an increase in the authorization for the Imprest Fund Checking Account.  Mr. Freund moved and Mrs. Owens seconded the following:

 

(02-118)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Resolution providing for an Increase in the Imprest Fund from its current $30,000 to $60,000, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 02-37.

 

Mr. O’Malley noted that the Imprest Fund is a checking account managed by the Business Office that allows the administration to make a limited number and/or amount of expenditures in between regular Board meetings.  

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

 

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Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood, White

 

Motion 02-118 carried.

 

 

Mr. O’Malley requested authorization regarding Letters of Intent for Construction Contracts for the Rich South auditorium.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Freund seconded the following:

 

(02-119)          It is moved that the Board of Education authorize the Superintendent to issue a Letter of Intent to issue a Construction Contract to each successful lowest responsible bidder, as outlined on Attachment B, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 02-38.

 

Mr. O’Malley noted the Board had approved the bidders on Attachment A last month.  This is a motion to approve the bidders on Attachment B.  All seventeen of the prime contractors will then be approved.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood, White

 

Motion 02-119 carried.

 

 

Mr. O’Malley requested approval to award a bid for duplicating paper.  Mr. Freund moved and Mrs. Lohr seconded the following:

 

(02-120)          It is moved that the Board of Education accept the low bid meeting specifications for non-recycled duplicating paper for the Central, East, South, and Phoenix campuses, for the 2002-2003 school year, from Murnane Paper Company, Elmhurst, IL, in the amount of $56,534.77, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 02-39.

 

Mr. O’Malley noted that bids had been opened on May 9, 2002, and that the lowest bidder meeting specifications is Murnane Paper Co., Elmhurst, IL.

 

 

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Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-120 carried.

 

 

Mr. O’Malley requested adoption of the Amended 2001-2002 District 227 Budget.  Mrs. Owens moved and Mrs. Lohr seconded the following:

 

(02-121)          It is moved that the Board of Education adopt the Amended 2001-2002 Budget and Budget Resolution as presented, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 02-40.

 

Mr. O’Malley noted there had been a hearing on the Amended Budget earlier in the meeting.  The budget had been on display for thirty days.  He stated that he had gone through the budget in details with Mrs. Owens. 

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-121 carried.

 

 

Mr. O’Malley requested approval of the 2002-2003 athletic trainer services contract.  Mr. White moved and Mrs. Caldwell seconded the following:

 

(02-122)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Athletic Trainer Services contract for the Rich Central, Rich East and Rich South athletic programs for the 2002-2003 school year from  HEALTHSOUTH at the annual amount of $61,500, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 02-43.

 

Mr. O’Malley noted that HEALTHSOUTH has been doing an outstanding job since 1998. 

 

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Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-122 carried.

 

 

Mr. O’Malley requested approval of a resolution regarding a real estate tax abatement for Miller Consolidated, Inc.  Mr. White moved and Mr. Freund seconded the following:

 

(02-123)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the “Resolution Providing for Real Estate Tax Abatement” for Miller Consolidated, Inc. (University of Illinois) Office Building, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 02-45.

 

Mr. O’Malley noted this Intergovernmental Development Incentive Agreement with Miller Consolidated, Inc. (University of Illinois) Office Building and Rich Township High School District 227 had been approved in 1999.  This will be the first abatement under this agreement.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

Motion 02-123 carried.

 

 

Mr. O’Malley requested approval of a bid for milk products.  Mr. Freund moved and Mrs. Owens seconded the following:

 

(02-124)          It is moved that the Board of Education accept the lowest responsible bid, meeting specifications, for milk products for the Central, East and South campuses, for the 2002-2003 school year submitted by Krystal Dairy, Homewood, Illinois, in the amount of $25,070.50, in accordance with Business Office Memorandum 02-46.

 

Three bids had been received, and Krystal Dairy had the lowest bid meeting specifications.

 

 

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Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-124 carried.

 

 

Norwood Plaza Tax Collection

 

Mr. O’Malley noted that the Village of Park Forest had brought up a tax collection situation regarding the Norwood Plaza Shopping Center.  He informed the Board he would be getting more details from the Village of Park Forest for a future discussion.

 

Park Forest Miller Automobile Facility

 

Mr. O’Malley noted that Mr. John Brannigan, representing Mr. Dave Miller, had requested a 10-year, 50% tax abatement for property located at 3250 W. Lincoln Highway, Park Forest.  He noted the request does not meet the Board’s tax abatement policy criteria, but the Board can make exceptions on tax abatements.  After discussion, it was the consensus of the Board that Dr. Knutson make a recommendation to Mr. Miller to appeal to PTAB to have the taxes on that building lowered.

 

Presentation of Color Boards  

 

Mr. Steve Wright and his associates from the architectural firm of Dahlquist and Lutzow presented color boards for the Rich South auditorium.  The Board discussed the various color selections which were shown by the architectural firm.

 

 

Personnel Office Report

 

Mr. Tandy requested approval of teaching contracts.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mrs. Caldwell seconded the following:

 

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(02-125)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve teaching contracts as follows:

 

Full-time (2002--2003 School Year)

 

Michael Turner Step 6, BA Lane

Rocco Rado                 Step 2, BA Lane

Theodore Spaniak        Step 1, BA+15 Lane

Kim Groves                  Step L, MA+15 Lane

 

provided all the requirements of the State of Illinois and the North Central Association are met.

 

Mr. Tandy noted the school at which each of the teachers would be teaching as well as the subject they would be teaching. 

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-125 carried.

 

 

Mr. Tandy requested approval of an employment contract.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Freund seconded the following:

 

(02-126)          It is moved that the Board of Education of School District 227 approve the contract of employment for Patricia Fares-O’Malley, Employee Assistance Coordinator, for the period July 1, 2002, through June 30, 2003, as attached.

 

Mr. Tandy noted that Mrs. Fares-O’Malley performed very valuable services for the staff of the District on professional and personal issues.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

Motion 02-126 carried.


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Mr. Tandy requested approval of an employment contract.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. White seconded the following:

 

(02-127)          It is moved that the Board of Education of School District 227, as administrative agent for the Career Preparation Network, approve the contract of employment for Thomas Hysell, Director, for the period July 1, 2002, through June 30, 2003, as attached.

 

Dr. Knutson noted that District 227, as administrative agent for the Career Preparation Network, approved and signed Mr. Hysell’s contract as Director.  Mr. Hysell has served in this capacity for the past seven years. 

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-127 carried.

 

 

Mr. Tandy requested approval of Parent/Student Handbook Changes.  Mr. White moved and Mrs. Owens seconded the following:

 

(02-128)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the changes to the Parent/Student Handbooks for Rich Central, Rich East, Rich South and Phoenix Campuses, as listed on the attached revision sheets.

 

Mr. Tandy noted that each year a committee of parents, students, and staff reviews the discipline section of the Parent/Student Handbook and makes recommendations for changes.  These changes are being brought to the Board for approval and include a policy on bullying.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-128 carried.

 


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Mr. Tandy requested approval of leaves of absences.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Freund seconded the following:

 

(02-129)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the Leaves of Absences for the following certificated staff:

 

Tina Malak                   Family and Medical Leave

1st Semester 2002-2003 School Year

 

Janet McDaniel Family and Medical Leave

1st Semester (beginning 9/28/02) 2002-2003 School

Year

 

Mary Perrot                 Parental Leave Without Pay

1st and 2nd Semesters, 2002-2003 School Year

 

Paula Zager                  Leave Without Pay

1st and 2nd Semesters, 2002-2003 School Year

 

Mr. Tandy noted that these leaves met the requirements of the contractual agreement for certified staff, and there will be no problem with staffing.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-129 carried.

 

 

Mr. Tandy requested approval of part-time leaves of absences/job shares.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Freund seconded the following:

 

(02-130)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the part-time Leaves of Absences/Job Shares for the following certificated staff for the 2002-2003 school year:

 

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Amy Bloodgood/Kathleen Schaeflien (.5 each)

 

Jermaine Durning/Deborah Bernardi-Zajac (.5 each)

 

Mr. Tandy noted that these job share requests accommodate staffing needs.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-130 carried.

 

 

Mr. Tandy requested approval of a psychologist intern.  Mrs. Lohr moved and Mrs. Caldwell seconded the following:

 

(02-131)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the hiring of Janice McKee as a psychologist intern for the 2002-2003 school year.

 

Mr. Tandy noted that the psychologist intern will assist in the school district and especially the Phoenix Campus.  Mr. Tandy also noted the District will be reimbursed $8,000 from the State. 

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-131 carried.

 

 

Report of the Director of Teaching and Learning

 

Mrs. Panega spoke on the District 227 articulation initiative.  Thirty representatives across the township participated, and we were very pleased with the dialogue.

 

 

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Committee Reports

 

Mrs. Lohr reported on the Policy Committee meeting of May 13, 2002.  She noted the 7.00 policy series had been discussed (Students), as well as a revised policy on Harassment.  The Harassment policy will be redone and brought back to the Board for further discussion.

 

 

Special Reports

 

Mrs. Lohr reported on the tenured teacher reception held prior to the Board meeting.  She noted ten teachers had received tenure.  Tenure is received every four years.  Mrs. Lohr noted it had been a very nice reception.

 

Mr. Freund reported on the retirement dinner held May 16, 2002.  He noted it had been an astounding success. 

 

 

Report of the Superintendent

 

Dr. Knutson brought up the possibility of changing the Rich East and Rich Central 7-period day time schedule to include collaborative time planning time one day a week.  During that day, tutorial would be eliminated and a Sustained Silent Reading time would also be added.  Periods would be shortened by 10 minutes that day.  After discussion and comments from the principals, Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Freund seconded the following:

 

(02-132)          It is moved that the Board of Education approve the revised time schedule for Rich Central and Rich East beginning with the 2002-2003 school year, as presented.

 

After a voice vote, Mr. Burnette declared the motion carried.

 

Motion 02-132 carried.

 

Dr. Knutson informed the Board that Mrs. Lohr had received an Award of Excellence from the public relations organization, INSPRA. 

 


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Report of the President

 

Mr. Burnette reminded the Board of the Student Recognition Reception on Monday, June 3, 2002, in the Rich East Auditorium beginning at 6:30 p.m.

 

Mr. Burnette reminded the Board that graduation ceremonies for Rich Central, Rich East and Rich South would take place on Wednesday, May 29, 2002.

 

Mr. Burnette requested a closed session to consider student discipline matters.

 

Mr. Burnette requested the scheduling of a meeting of the Community Relations and Long Range Planning Committee regarding the status of foundation development.  Mrs. Caldwell scheduled this meeting for June 17, 2002, at 6:30 p.m. at Rich Central.

 

Mr. Burnette requested the scheduling of an Education Committee meeting to talk about the impact of coaches on student achievement and development.  Mr. Freund set the Education Committee meeting for August 19, 2002, at 6:30 p.m. at Rich Central.  He requested the Assistant Principals for Athletics/Activities be invited to the meeting.

 

Mr. Burnette requested the scheduling of a Special Meeting of the Board on June 3, 2002, following the Student Recognition Reception to go into closed session to consider the appointment, employment, discipline, dismissal, or compensation of an employee or officer.

 

 

New Business

 

Mrs. Caldwell reminded the Board of the Hall of Fame dinner for Rich South to be held on June 14 at Lorenzetti’s Restaurant, Chicago Heights.

 

 

Closed Session

 

At 10:20 p.m. Mrs. Lohr moved and Mrs. Caldwell seconded the following:

 

(02-133)          It is moved that the Board of Education waive the Board of Education policy regarding an 11:00 p.m. curfew and go into closed session to consider student discipline matters.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

 

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Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-133 carried.

 

 

At 12:25 a.m. Mrs. Lohr moved and Mrs. Owens seconded the following:

 

(02-134)          It is moved that the Board of Education reconvene its regular Board meeting.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-134 carried.

 

 

Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Freund seconded the following:

 

(02-135)          It is moved that the Board of Education expel Student #1 as discussed in closed session through the end of the 2002-2003 school year.  Student #1 will be placed in an alternative school setting.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-135 carried.

 

 

Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Freund seconded the following:

 

(02-136)          It is moved that the Board of Education expel Student #2 as discussed in closed session through the end of the 2002-2003 school year.

 

 

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Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Caldwell, Freund, Lohr, Owens, White, Burnette

Nay: None

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-136 carried.

 

 

Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Freund seconded the following:

 

(02-137)          It is moved that the Board of Education expel Student #3 as discussed in closed session through the end of the 2002-2003 calendar year.  Student #3 will be placed in an alternative school setting.

 

Results of the roll call vote were as follows:

 

Aye: Freund, Lohr, Owens, Burnette

Nay: Caldwell, White

Absent: Norwood

 

Motion 02-137 carried.

 

 

At 12:27 p.m. Mrs. Lohr moved and Mr. Freund seconded the motion to adjourn.  After a voice vote, Mr. Burnette declared the meeting adjourned.

 

 

 

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