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DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE MEETING 4:00 P.M.

AGENDA ITEMS

PEORIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION ORDER OF BUSINESS October 15, 2013

OPEN SESSION Administration Building, Superintendents Conference Room 1. CALL TO ORDER 4:30 P.M. 2. ROLL CALL 3. MOTION FOR EXECUTIVE SESSION EXECUTIVE SESSION - Administration Building, Superintendents Conference Room 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES September 23, 2013 5. DISCUSSION OF EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEMS 6. ADJOURNMENT REGULAR SESSION Administration Building, DLC Board Room OPENING 1. CALL TO ORDER 6:30 P.M. 2. ROLL CALL 3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 4. AWARDS AND RECOGNITION Recognition of Peorias Finest Teacher Jean Chumbley - Thomas Jefferson 5. ANNOUNCEMENTS 6. APPROVAL OF MINUTES September 23, 2013 7. PRESENTATION BY AUDIENCE
(Board Policy 2:230 An individual may address the Board at this time for no more than five minutes with further time allotted as appropriate, at the discretion of the chair and with the concurrence of the majority of the Board. Total time on any one subject shall exceed twenty minutes only at the discretion of the chair and with the concurrence of the majority of the Board. Each speaker will fill out a Request to Speak to the Board of Education card and present it to the Board Secretary before the meeting begins.) 8.

SUPERINTENDENTS RESPONSE TO AUDIENCE PRESENTATIONS

INFORMATION ITEMS

(Information Items are reports from the Administration to the Board that deal directly with the Boards stated and approved annual objectives for the school district. These reports are intended to update the Board on the progress being made to achieve those goals. While they require no action by the Board, the Superintendent or Board President may ask for a consensus of the Board to be taken in order to provide guidance to the administration. Occasionally the Superintendent may ask to include presentations from the administration or from the community on items of importance to the school district that do not fall into one of the Boards annual objectives.)

1. REMARKABLE RULE 1 RESPECT OUR CUSTOMER 2. REMARKABLE RULE 2 RESPECT LEARNING 3. REMARKABLE RULE 3 RESPECT OUR FINANCES Procurement Card Procedures McKenzie/Eman POs over $2,500 Kinney 4. REMARKABLE RULE 4 RESPECT INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES Report of Requests under the Freedom of Information Act and Status of Such Requests - Lathan

AGENDA ITEMS
ACTION ITEMS CONSENT AGENDA
(Action by the Board of Education on the Items listed within the Consent Agenda are adopted by a single motion unless a member of the Board or the Superintendent requests that any such item be removed from the consent calendar and voted on separately. Generally, consent agenda items are matters in which the Board and Superintendent agree are routine in nature and should be acted upon in one motion to conserve time and permit focus on other-than-routine items on the agenda)

1. FTS TO SCHOOL DISTRICT - This meeting - $3,070.00 Year to date - $63,130.71 Proposed Action: That the Board of Education accept the following donations and letters of appreciation be sent to the donors: $550.00 by Erica Baird to Sterling Middle School to provide funding for the school library $20.00 by Carl & Imelda Berry to Sterling Middle School $1,000.00 by Ulf Lindqwister and Nguyet Le-Lindqwister to Washington Gifted to be used for the Lorado Taft Field School trip $300.00 by BP Fabric of America Fund to Glen Oak CLC to be used to support classroom supplies Drill press, grinder & welding steel, valued at $1,200, by Caterpillar to Manual Academy Donations totaling $3,300.00 were made to the Peoria Public School Foundation: $100.00 by Stephen and Patricia Bash to the Right Now Fund $100.00 by Patrick and Gladys Elwood to the Right Now Fund $1,500.00 by Eric Elwood to be used for technology at Washington Gifted School $1,000.00 by Allan C. and Marlene Campbell Foundation to Washington Gifted School Spurlock Museum Field trip $600.00 by Peoria Jaycees to be used for technology at Washington Gifted School 2. PAYMENT OF BILLS Kinney 3. HUMAN RESOURCES REPORT Hammer Proposed Action: Appointment, employment, compensation, performance, resignation, retirement or discharge of an employee. 4. PAYMENT FOR TRAVEL Lathan 5. BOARD TRAVEL REQUESTS Proposed Action: That the Board of Education approve the following expenditures for Board member travel: Rick Cloyd and Chris Crawford to attend the IASB-IASBO-IASA Joint Conference in Chicago, IL, November 22, 2013 November 24, 2013 at a total cost of $2,160.50. 6. FIELD TRIP APPROVAL Johnson Proposed Action: That the Board of Education approve the field trip for Richwoods Marine Corp ROTC program to travel to Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN., to participate in a campus visit and drill meet hosted by the Purdue ROTC on December 6 & 7, 2013, per Board Policy 6:240. There is no charge to students for this event. 7. NATIONAL STUDENT CLEARINGHOUSE STUDENTTRACKER AGREEMENT - Coplan Proposed Action: That the Board of Education approve a District-wide agreement with the National Student Clearinghouse StudentTracker Services to obtain information on the attendance of its former students in postsecondary institutions. The cost of this one-year agreement is $425.00 per participating high school. The cost of $1,275.00 will be charged to the Districts Education Fund. 8. EMPLOYEE HEALTH INSURANCE ALL EMPLOYEES - Kinney Proposed Action: That the Board of Education accept the proposal from the District Insurance Committee to move to a partially self-funded program for the 2014 calendar year. This will give the District employees better provider options without any increase in the premiums. If we had stayed with United Health Care (our current fully-insured carrier) our premiums would have been $19,388,416. With the move to self-insured, our aggregate reinsurance has been set and approved by the carrier at $18,633,302. This helps the District to stay within budget, allows the employees to keep the same premiums for the third year in a row and allows the plan to develop a small reserve for future years.
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AGENDA ITEMS
9. APPLICATION FOR MAINTENANCE GRANT - Kinney Proposed Action: The Board of Education is asked to approve the attached application for two Maintenance Grants through ISBE. For the first round grant we intend to apply for a matching $50,000 for significant electrical work at Manual Academy. The expected H/L/S electrical work there will exceed $120,000 to replace electrical panels and make other electrical upgrades so we should get the maximum reimbursement of $50,000. If round two is permitted we will apply for a matching $50,000 again this time for the wood floor upgrade for Rolling Acres gym. Total anticipated cost of that project is $100,000. 10. APPROVAL OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE PEORIA FEDERATION OF TEACHERS, IFT-AFT/AFL-CIO, LOCAL #780 - Dunn Proposed Action: That the Board of Education approve the attached MOU. This Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is entered into by the Board of Education and the Teachers Union. During the summer, the Illinois legislature extended the Early Retirement Option (ERO) for certified employees through June 30, 2016. At the same time, the legislature also changed some participation parameters. DELIBERATION AGENDA
11. REVIEW OF SUSPENSIONS - Salzman

Proposed Action: That the Review of Suspensions listed on the report dated October 15, 2013 be approved as presented.

12. EXPULSIONS - Salzman Proposed Action: That the Expulsions listed on the report dated October 15, 2013 be approved as presented. (Students expelled by the Board are referred to by number, thereby insuring privacy. Board action concerning the student(s) has been
decided in executive session.)

PRESENTATION AND SUGGESTIONS BY BOARD MEMBERS REPORTS FROM BOARD COMMITTEES ADJOURNMENT

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