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July 9, 2020 at 7:00 PM - Regular School Board Meeting

Agenda
I. CALL TO ORDER AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
II. ROLL CALL
III. CLOSED SESSION
         • For the purpose to discuss appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of specific employees of the District.
IV. ACTION FOLLOWING CLOSED SESSION
IV.A. Approve New Hires
V. CONSENT AGENDA
V.A. Approval of Closed and Regular Minutes of 06-11-20
V.B. Approval of Payables and Ratification of Payroll in the amount of $1,193,876.92
V.B.1. Approval of Board Accounts Payable
V.B.2. Approval of AT&T Accounts Payable
V.C. Approval of Township Treasurer's Reports
VI. PUBLIC COMMENT
VII. COMMUNICATIONS
VII.A. None
VIII. FOIA REQUESTS
VIII.A. None
IX. OLD BUSINESS
IX.A. Parent Survey Data
IX.B. Update on Re-Opening Plan
X. NEW BUSINESS
X.A. Press Plus Policy 104 - First Reading
X.A.1. 2:20 Board of Education Meeting Procedure
X.A.2. 4:180 Pandemic Preparedness; Management; and Recovery
X.A.2.a. * Question 1.  Is your district served by an Intermediate Service Center rather than an ROE (suburban Cook County)?
___ No. (default)
___ Yes. (IASB will replace "Regional Office of Education" with "Intermediate Service Center")

* Question 2.  This sample policy uses the board president and superintendent as the default text because during a pandemic, it may be difficult for a board policy committee to meet pursuant emergency executive orders that are issued, etc. See policies 2:150, Committees, and 2:240, Board Policy Development. Does the board prefer its policy committee to engage in this work?
___ No. (default)
___ Yes. (IASB will replace "Board President and the Superintendent" with "Board Policy Committee")

* Question 3.  Remote Learning Days (RLDs) and Blended Remote Learning Days (BRLDs) are different from e-learning days/e-learning programs. RLD/BRLDs are for use when the governor declares a disaster under 20 ILCSA 3305/ and the state superintendent has declared a requirement for the district to use them to provide remote instruction to pre-kindergarten through grade 12 that count as pupil attendance days under 105 ILCS 5/10-19.05(j-5), amended by P.A. 101-643. 105 ILCS 5/10-30(1), added by P.A. 101-643. BRLDs allow districts to utilize "hybrid models of in-person and remote instruction. E-learning days are part of an e-learning program that require a board to, among other things, hold a public hearing and obtain approval by the Regional Office of Education (or Intermediate Service Center) to allow the district to provide instruction to students electronically while they are not physically present due to inclement weather and other unexpected events. 105 ILCS 5/10-20.56(b), amended by P.As. 101-12 and 101-643. School districts with e-learning programs may adapt them for use during RLDs and BLRDs (105 ILCS 5/10-20.56(a), amended by P.As. 101-12 and 101-643, and 5/10-30(2), added by P.A. 101-643.

Has the board adopted an e-learning program pursuant to 105 ILCS 5/10-20.56, added by P.A. 101-12?
___ No. (default)
___ Yes. (IASB will add the following text to number two after 105 ILCS 5/10-30: "by adapting into a Plan the District’s e-learning program implemented pursuant to 105 ILCS 5/10-20.56")
 
X.A.3. 7:190 Student Behavior
X.A.3.a. * Question 1.  In late November 2019 and early 2020, in response to investigative journalism articles, ISBE issued emergency rules and subsequent amendments to those emergency rules that significantly limited the use of isolated time out and physical restraint. ISBE adopted permanent rules governing the use of isolated time out, time out, and physical restraint (permitted under limited circumstances and only until July 1, 2021), effective April 9, 2020.

Isolated time out, time out, or physical restraint may be used by staff members only if their use is authorized by policy and administrative procedure. 105 ILCS 5/2-3.130, 5/10-20.33, and 5/24-24; 23 Ill.Admin.Code §§1.280(c) and 1.285. See 7:190-AP4, Use of Isolated Time Out, Time Out, and Physical Restraint, available at PRESS Online by logging in at www.iasb.com. By default, this policy allows the use of isolated time out, time out, and physical restraint pursuant only to the conditions allowed in the School Code and ISBE rules. State statute and ISBE rules contain complex restrictions on the use of isolated time out, time out, and physical restraint. 105 ILCS 5/2-3.130, 5/10-20.33, and 5/24-24; 23 Ill.Admin.Code §§1.280(c) and 1.285. According to the ISBE rule, isolated time out, time out, and physical restraints are allowed only if a board authorizes their use in a policy containing the numerous components identified in the rule. To comply with ISBE’s rule, a board must also incorporate by reference the district’s procedure, i.e., 7:190-AP4, Use of Isolated Time Out, Time Out, and Physical Restraint. By doing this, the policy includes the district’s procedure.

Does the Board allow or prohibit the use of isolated time out, time out, and physical restraint?

___ The Board allows the use of isolated time out, time out, and physical restraint. (Default)
___ The Board prohibits the use of isolated time out, time out, and physical restraint. (IASB will delete this subhead and its contents, amend the Legal Reference, and delete the Incorporated by Reference line.)
X.A.4. 7:340 Student Records
X.A.5. 7:345 use of Educational Technologies; Student Data Privacy and Security
X.A.5.a. * Question 1.  SOPPA permits, but does not require, districts to designate an appropriate staff person as a Privacy Officer, who may also be an official records custodian under ISSRA, to carry out the duties and responsibilities assigned to schools and to ensure a district’s compliance with the requirements of SOPPA. 105 ILCS 85/27(f), added by P.A. 101-516, eff. 7-1-21. Boards may designate an individual other than the Superintendent to serve in the capacity of Privacy Officer, such as a Business Manager, IT Director, or District Records Custodian.

Has the Board designated a Privacy Officer?

___ No. (default)
___ Yes, the Superintendent is designated to serve as Privacy Officer. (IASB will add the following sentence: "The Board designates the Superintendent to serve as Privacy Officer, who shall ensure the District complies with the duties and responsibilities required of it under the Student Online Personal Protection Act, 105 ILCS 85/, amended by P.A. 101-516, eff. 7-1-21.")
___ Yes, a title other than Superintendent has been designated to serve as Privacy Officer. (IASB will add the following sentence: "The Board designates the [Insert Title] to serve as Privacy Officer, who shall ensure the District complies with the duties and responsibilities required of it under the Student Online Personal Protection Act, 105 ILCS 85/, amended by P.A. 101-516, eff. 7-1-21.") What is the Privacy Officer's Title? ___________________

 
X.B. Adding 1 FTE Health Aide
XI. INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION
XI.A. Committee Assignments
XII. ADJOURNMENT
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