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1. 6:00 PM Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call
2. Approval of January Regular Meeting Minutes
3. Reports
3.A. A.E.R.O. Report
3.B. Board Policy Committee Meeting
3.C. Superintendent's Report
3.D.  FOIA Report
4. Consent Agenda
4.A. Requisitions Over $5,000
1. Outdoor sign installation: 4 locations, Grand Total $160,054.  Graves/HMS (Sign $27,796), Walker (Sign $33,186, Electrical feed $6,800), Walsh (Sign $33,186, Electrical feed $18,150), Wharton (Sign $33,186, Electrical feed $7,750).  Award to Van Bruggen Signs & Garden Electric.
2. Board Laptop Renewal: $5,177.62 Award to CDW
4.B. Facilities Usage
1. Diamond Health Services Playground Covid Testing Site tbd.
2. South Suburban Softball NFP Walsh Gym M-F 2/8/22 to 3/1/22
4.C. Resolution to Authorize the Preparation of the 2022/23 Budget
4.D. Resolution to Transfer Funds Education to Debt Service ($158,911)
4.E. Resolution to Transfer Funds Operations and Maintenance to Debt Service ($230,838)
4.F. Imprest Fund
4.G. Activity Fund
5. Action Items
5.A. Resolution Authorizing an Abatement of a Portion of the Taxes Levied by Summit School District No, 104, Cook County, Illinois Due to PTRG Funds Receipt
5.B. Resolution: TRS Savings Plan Enrollment
5.C. Copier Lease Resolution American Capital
5.D. School Photography Services
5.E. Acceptance of the Certified and Classified Payrolls
5.F. Approval of the Monthly Bills.
6. Public Comment [5 minute time limit/individual]
7. Non-Action Items
A. Board Policy Updates First Reading: 2:20, Powers and Duties of the School Board; Indemnification; 2:105, Ethics and Gift Ban; 2:110, Qualifications, Term, and Duties of Board Officers; 2:120, Board Member Development; 2:150, Committees; 2:220, School Board Meeting Procedure; 2:260, Uniform Grievance Procedure; 3:40, Superintendent; 3:50, Administrative Personnel Other Than the Superintendent; 3:60, Administrative Responsibility of the Building Principal; 4:60, Purchases and Contracts; 4:80, Accounting and Audits ; 4:110, Transportation; 4:120, Food Services; 4:150, Facility Management and Building Programs; 4:160, Environmental Quality of Buildings and Grounds; 4:165, Awareness and Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse and Grooming Behaviors; 4:170, Safety; 4:175, Convicted Child Sex Offender; Screening; Notifications; 5:10, Equal Employment Opportunity and Minority Recruitment; 5:20, Workplace Harassment Prohibited for Employers; 5:30, Hiring Process and Criteria; 5:50, Drug- and Alcohol Free Workplace; E-Cigarette, Tobacco, and Cannabis Prohibition; 5:90, Abused and Neglected Child Reporting; 5:100, Staff Development Program; 5:120, Employee Ethics; Conduct; and Conflict of Interest; 5:125, Personal Technology and Social Media; Usage and Conduct; 5:150, Personnel Records; 5:185, Family and Medical Leave; 5:210, Resignations; 5:220, Substitute Teachers; 5:250, Leaves of Absence; 5:260, Student Teachers o 5:330, Sick Days, Vacation, Holidays, and Leaves; 6:15, School Accountability; 6:20, School Year Calendar and Day; 6:50, School Wellness; 6:60, Curriculum Content; 6:120, Education of Children with Disabilities; 6:130, Program for the Gifted; 6:135, Accelerated Placement Program; 6:180, Extended Instructional Programs; 6:220, Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) Program; Responsible Use and Conduct; 7:10, Equal Educational Opportunities; 7:20, Harassment of Students Prohibited; 7:30 Student Assignment and Intra-District Transfer; 7:50, School Admissions and Student Transfers To and From Non-District Schools; 7:60, Residence; 7:70, Attendance and Truancy; 7:80, Release Time for Religious Instruction/ Observance; 7:150, Agency and Police Interviews; 7:160, Student Appearance; 7:165, School Uniforms; 7:180, Prevention of and Response to Bullying, Intimidation, and Harassment; 7:190, Student Behavior; 7:200, Suspension Procedures 7:210, Expulsion Procedures; 7:240, Conduct Code for Participants in Extracurricular Activities; 7:250, Student Support Services; 7:260, Exemption from Physical Education; 7:290, Suicide and Depression Awareness and Prevention; 7:310, Restrictions on Publications; Elementary Schools; 7:340, Student Records; 7:345, Use of Educational Technologies; Student Data Privacy and Security; 8:70, Accommodating Individuals with Disabilities; 8:100, Relations with Other Organizations and Agencies
8. Board Comments
9. Request to conduct a Closed Session pursuant to Chapter 102, Paragraph 2 of the Statutes of the State of Illinois for the purpose of:
9.A. Consideration of information on the appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance, or dismissal of specific employees of the public body, or legal counsel for the public body. [5ILCS 120/2(c)(1)]
10. Action Items
10.A. Approval of Personnel Report
1. New Hires:  Blanca Gomez, Teacher at Graves Kindergarten; Yasmine Salamanca, Paraprofessional at Walker Elementary
2. Resignations: Natalie Sanchez, Paraprofessional at Walsh Elementary; Michael Mowinski, District Athletic Director; Erica Munoz, Wharton Lunch Monitor
3. Leave: Milly George-Cvijovic; Yovana Garcia
4. Substitute Daily Rate Increase $150 Day $200 Long Term 90 Days
11. Adjourn

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