Regular Meeting Minutes Board of Education  Niles Township High Schools  District 219  Cook County, Illinois October 18, 2016

I. Call to Order and Roll Call Board President Sproat called the meeting to order at 5:40 p.m. Board Members Present at Roll Call: Carlton Evans, Ruth Klint, David Ko (5:48 p.m.), Linda Lampert, Brian Novak, Joseph Nowik, Mark Sproat. II. Closed Session It was moved by NOVAK and seconded by SPROAT to recess into closed session to discuss the appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance, or dismissal of employees, collective bargaining, purchase of property, security procedures, student disciplinary cases, the placement of individual students in special education programs and other matters related to individual students and pending litigation. The purchase or lease of real property for the use of the public body, including meetings held for the purpose of discussing whether a particular parcel should be acquired. The setting of a price for sale or lease of property owned by the public body. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Evans, Klint, Ko, Lampert, Novak, Nowik, Sproat. The motion carried. The Board recessed into Closed Session at 5:41 p.m. III. Recall to Order President Sproat recalled the meeting to order at 6:56 p.m. IV. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. V. Welcome President Sproat thanked everyone for attending the meeting. VI. Changes / Additions to the Agenda There were no changes or additions to the Agenda VII. Student Recognitions for Academic Achievement Niles North - Ashorina Biram James Edwards introduced Ashorina Biram. Mr. Edwards gave a little history of Ms. Biram and her accomplishments at Niles North. Niles West - Vraj Shroff Dr. Ness introduced Vraj Shroff, a senior at Niles West, who was nominated by multiple departments for this award. He read a nomination letter from Mr. Geu, a math teacher for Vraj, who mentioned Vraj’s creativity and intuition and the fact that he is one of the outstanding tutors in the Lit Center. Vraj also developed a user friendly website in the Lit Center for students that are seeking help to find out when tutors are available to ask them for help. Niles Central – Justin Lopez Ann Hellmer introduced Justin Lopez, a Junior at Niles Central, who was overwhelmingly selected to be recognized for this award. He is extremely hardworking and takes on challenges in the class room and has great relationships with all of the students and staff. One of the endearing things about Justin is his ability to be a peace maker and his kindness to everyone.

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VIII. Student Representative Comments Niles North – Brittany Abrams highlighted the events at Niles North. Niles North won the Skokie Skirmish against Niles West; the V-Show will be on November 4; Latino Night was last Friday, which celebrated Spanish Heritage Month; Relay for Life was held on Friday, where PAC and Athletics teamed up for PinkOut since it is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Radhika Sharma spoke about domestic violence and her organization, Apna Ghar; the GSA Panel was on October 11, where student, staff and community members came to share their stores on National Coming Out Day. Calvin Terrell will be speaking on October 24 and 25. Breakfast with the Board is November 10 at 8:00 a.m. Niles West – Labiba Mahmud highlighted the event at Niles West. Student Government had their Cookies and Lemonade last Friday. Next Thursday is Parent/Teacher Conferences; October 6 was a walk in. Tomorrow is sophomore and junior testing. This Friday is the last Home Game for football, which is against New Trier. Mock Trial on October 1 placed top 5 at Yale University’s Bull Dog Invitational. Niles West is hosting Breakfast with the Board on November 3 in the Student Commons at 7:30 a.m. IX. Audience to Visitors On Agenda and Non-Agenda Items There were no audience to visitors requesting to speak. X. Approval of the Consent Agenda There were minor changes made to the September 27, 2016 Minutes. A motion was made by LAMPERT and seconded by EVANS to approve the Consent Agenda, as amended A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Evans, Klint, Ko, Lampert, Novak, Nowik, Sproat. The motion carried. Included in the Consent Agenda were:  Approved payment of the Monthly Bills and Payroll in the amount of $1,345,608.82  Approved the Personnel Report  Approved Minutes Revised September 20, 2016, Revised September 27, 2016 and October 13, 2016 Board of Education Open and Closed Sessions  Approved Auditorium Curtains - North XI. Business  Performance Goals – Steve Isoye (Discussion and Action) It was moved by NOVAK and seconded by KLINT to approve the Revised Performance Goals and Proposed Program of Achievement and Timeline of Steve Isoye. Dr. Isoye discussed his contract and two dates that are important pursuant to his contract. (1) By October 31 to prepare any changes to the goals or additional goals to his contract along with a program for achievement of the goals within the recommended time period. On December 15, Dr. Isoye will be giving more details in terms of how those goals will be assessed and measurement for assessing the goals. On page 2, Exhibit A was part of the signature version of the contract. The only revision Dr. Isoye is making is to goal number 1. Literacy has been added(science and math). The STEM initiative will be changed to incorporate Project Lead the Way because it is the standard the District has been using for its engineering program, The Next Generation Science Standards and GSS and the common core standards in English Language, Art and Mathematics in the District. Dr. Isoye displayed his goals in a table format for ease of understanding. He explained each column and the recommended timing for his target dates for accomplishing these goals. The indicators and assessments, where appropriate, will be forthcoming in December, so that column has been left blank. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Evans, Klint, Ko, Lampert, Novak, Nowik, Sproat. The motion carried.

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Summer School Report (Discussion and Action) It was moved by KLINT and seconded by EVANS to the 2017 Summer School Dates. Dr. Roloff introduced Chris Powell and Marlon Felton who served as co-principals for summer school last summer. They discussed the Summer School dates. Summer School will begin on Monday, June 12, 2017 and end on Friday, July 28, 2017. There is a two week break after the end of school; three weeks of summer school; a one week break; three weeks of summer school; two weeks off and then first semester starts. Dr. Roloff said we have used this schedule for two summers and it has been very successful. There was a discussion on summer school with questions centering on class size, summer school dates, summer school cost structure, student involvement in summer school, the administration’s philosophy on summer school, etc. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Evans, Klint, Ko, Lampert, Novak, Nowik, Sproat. The motion carried.



Tentative Tax Levy (Discussion and Action) It was moved by KLINT and seconded by EVANS for the Board to approve the Tentative Tax Levy for District 219. Dr. Trimberger said the Administration is asking the Board to approve the 2016 Tax Levy which is part of the taxation process and requires us to provide a tentative tax levy prior to the adoption of the tax levy for each tax year. The tax levy was discussed at the July Finance Committee meeting. This is year two of our 3% increase to get our bond payments back in line with the increasing debt schedule. The levy this year will have a 0.7 of 1% increase in the operating levy or just under $900,000 that is limited to the Consumer Price Index from December; and the remaining increase on the levy of an additional 2.3% will be used for bond payments. With that 3% increase, we will need to do an abatement of approximately $550,000 using fund balance to make our full debt payment for the 2016 tax levy. Dr. Trimberger discussed assumptions that were used in the tax levy this year. Mr. Novak asked what would the approximate average amount that a residential tax payer would pay with respect to this increase. Dr. Trimberger said with a $300,000 home the tax bill would increase about $85.00 for the District 219 portion of the tax bill. Mr. Novak asked what if we abated more and levied less. Dr. Trimberger stated that when this concept was first proposed last year to the Board, a 11/2% CPI and a $1.5 million dollar abatement was anticipated; however, the economy has not improved as much as we had hoped. If the Board were to go with a $1.5 million abatement instead of a $550,000 abatement, the increase would drop to about $65.00 on a $300,000 home, which would provide a little property tax relief. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Evans, Klint, Ko, Lampert, Novak, Nowik, Sproat. The motion carried.

XII. Superintendent’s Report Dr. Isoye, with the help of Jim Szczepaniak, Union leadership and the principals, is currently putting together a group of stakeholders to help with the SWOT analysis. There will be a meeting this Thursday, which will allow multiple perspectives to continue to be a part of the process in the development of this document. Dr. Isoye had an opportunity to meet with the Chief of Police, Anthony Scarpelli, and the Deputy Chief, Michael Pechter, and discussed operations and he was given a tour of the police facility. Dr. Isoye met with Diana Juarez, Director of the ELL Parent Center. He was introduced to the program and discussed ways to bring the programs here directly to District 219. He also met with the Niles North Parent Advisory Council and they were interested in learning more about Dr. Isoye’s background and education and they had questions and a short Q & A session. Dr. Isoye the parents are invested in the schools and Minutes of the Regular Board Meeting of October 18, 2016

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looking for ways to become active with our school community. Dr. Isoye was recently interviewed by the students of the News Crew at Niles North and this will be part of their morning announcements. The Skokie Chamber of Commerce recently met at Niles North. Dr. Isoye thanked Jim Szczepaniak for organizing the meeting and to James Edwards and the students in our culinary class, who provided a catered lunch. Dr. Ness and Anton Babakhani hosted an Illinois ASCD Workshop at Niles West with regard to instructional rounds. Next Friday is an Institute Day and Dr. Isoye discussed the process for the day. October is National Principals Appreciation Month and Dr. Isoye thanked Mr. Edwards, Dr. Ness and Ms. Hellmer, for their work as they lead our three buildings. XIII. Board Committee Reports Mr. Evans had a one-on-one meeting with Dr. Isoye about equity work and how important it is for our Board, principals and administrators, along with District 219 coming together to implement a solid definition of equity moving forward. Mr. Evans also met with Ms. Laury as a continuation of the conversation with Dr. Isoye. The Facilities meeting will be held on November 2 at 11:00 a.m. The Health and Wellness Committee will be held on November 1 at 1:00 p.m. A Finance Committee meeting is scheduled for November 10 at 6:30 p.m. The Insurance Committee had a meeting will hold a seminar this Friday as part of the Institute Day program. XIV. Information Items a. Monthly Financial Report – September 2016 b. FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) Requests XV. Adjournment It was moved by NOVAK and seconded by EVANS to adjourn the meeting. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Evans, Klint, Ko, Lampert, Novak, Nowik, Sproat. The motion carried The meeting adjourned at 8:56 p.m.

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TO:

Board of Education Dr. Steven Isoye, Superintendent

FROM:

Dr. Ed Murphy, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources

DATE:

October 18, 2016

SUBJECT:

Personnel Recommendations



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following part-time/temporary staff for the 2016-2017 school year. Every year the District budgets for these part-time/temporary jobs. The approval of these jobs does not increase the OEPP of the FY17 budget.

NAME Patel, Vinay Short, Eric Salem, Stephanie Zegree, Sarah 

POSITION Paraprofessional, Special Education – P1 / Step 1, 186 day calendar; Replacing Riva Ardam

FTE 1.0

EFFECTIVE DATE 10/19/2016

POSITION Replacing Joe Dizillo/N

FTE 1.0

EFFECTIVE DATE 11/14/2016-12/23/2016

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the resignation for the following support staff for the 2016-2017 school year:

NAME Blair, Michael 

EFFECTIVE DATE 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following long term substitutes for the 2016-2017 school year:

NAME Vana, Christopher 

FTE $203.54/day $203.54/day $203.54/day $ 35.00/day

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following support staff for the 2016-2017 school year:

NAME Kim, Joshua 

POSITION Policy Debate Judge/W Policy Debate Judge/W Policy Debate Judge/N Accompanists/N

POSITION Paraprofessional/W

EFFECTIVE DATE 10/20/2016

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following part-time/temporary staff for the 2016-2017 school year. Every year the District budgets for student employment. The approval of student workers does not increase the OEPP of the FY17 budget.

NAME Amanat, Hadi Gutierrez, Alvin Martinez, Isabella Weiss, Amelia Embil, Claire Christiansen, Jessica Lawrence, Imani

POSITION / LOCATION IRC/W IRC/W IRC/W Lab/N Lab/W Textbook Center/N

SALARY $ 8.25/hr $ 8.25/hr $ 8.25/hr $ 8.25/hr $ 8.25/hr $ 8.25/hr

EFFECTIVE DATE 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/18/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016

Textbook Center/W

$ 8.25/hr

10/19/2016

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It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following part-time/temporary athletic staff for the 2016-2017 school year. These people will be in a pool of employees to assist with the various athletic events. All of the work will be within the FY17 budget.

NORTH Vanderjeugdt, Terri 

WEST Pistorius, William Schulter, Annalise

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following stipend positions for the 2016-2017 school year:

NILES NORTH Badminton Club Sponsor Badminton Club Sponsor

NAME Behling, James Kannakada, Manoj

NILES WEST Girls Track Assistant Coach Gardening Club

NAME Stoneberg, Patrick DesJardins, Dana



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the retirement of the following licensed staff:

NAME Lupi, Guillermo 

POSITION/LOCATION Science Para-educator/W Mathematics Educator/N

TYPE OF LEAVE LOA (Education) LOA (Personal)

LEAVE FTE 01/09/2017 – 05/25/2017 01/13/2017 – 01/27/2017

Each building’s Student Activities Department has budgeted funds to sponsor 45 clubs. When there is interest to begin a new club, schools pilot the club during first semester. The club is evaluated at the end of the semester to determine if the interest warrants the club becoming part of the 45 budgeted clubs. If the club is approved, the sponsor is paid for the club. It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the pilot for the following emerging clubs and the sponsors:

NAME Girls Who Code Shakespeare Telenovela 

EFFECTIVE DATE 2021-2022

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve/deny the following leave of absence request for the 2016-2017 school year:

NAME Ruber, Gregory Kachhia, Ashishkumar 

POSITION/LOCATION World Languages/North

POSITION/LOCATION Mosier, Amber/W Des Jardins, Dana/W Sanchez, Carolyn/W

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the payment of $48.93 per hour for teachers and the regular hourly rate for support staff to attend the mandated Crisis Prevention Intervention Training. Every year the District budgets for this training. The approval of training does not increase the OEPP of the FY17 budget.

Abas, Brent

Support Staff

Allen, Matt

Support Staff

Ballweg, Dave

Support Staff

Batista, Adrian

Teacher

Benjamin, Caroline

Teacher

Brandes, Kathleen

Teacher

Casey, Caitlin

Teacher

Casey, Dan

Teacher

Davis, Andrea

Teacher

Eisman, Jaclyn

Teacher

English, Larry

Support Staff

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Feldman, Diane

Support Staff

Fitzpatrick, John

Support Staff

Fogel, Larry

Teacher

Foster, Carrie

Teacher

Friedman, Jamie

Support Staff

Gatta, Lou

Support Staff

Gillono, Janice Gillono, Janice

Support Staff Support Staff

Gooden, Ricky

Support Staff

Green, Brian Grunst, Marie

Teacher Teacher

Hribar, Rick

Support Staff

Johnson, Lyn Jones, Clarence

Support Staff Support Staff

Kaiser, Erick

Teacher

Kannakada, Manoj

Teacher

Karouttu, Aby

Teacher

Khoshaba, Elizabeth

Teacher

Klajic, Marko

Support Staff

Klayman, Marcy

Teacher

Komo, Natalie

Teacher

Kriticos, James

Support Staff

Kruszynski, Kevin

Support Staff

Kruszynski, Mark

Support Staff

Loughran, Vachee

Teacher

Lovera, Adrian

Support Staff

Matalas, Amy McCabe, Kathleen

Teacher Support Staff

McClure, Reggie

Support Staff

Mills, Jennifer Moran, Leonore

Teacher Support Staff

Naatz, Tim

Teacher

Pak, Lisa

Teacher

Pawelski, Jennifer

Support Staff

Porter, Summer

Teacher

Raper, Sarah

Support Staff

Sakas, James

Teacher

Salem, Omar

Teacher

Sevier, Glenn

Teacher

Stewart, Margaret

Teacher

Toy, Dan Whitefield, Denise

Teacher Teacher

Zavell, Anne

Teacher

Zera, Tom

Teacher

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HANDOUT TO:

Board of Education Dr. Steven Isoye, Superintendent

FROM:

Dr. Ed Murphy, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources

DATE:

October 18, 2016

SUBJECT:

Personnel Recommendations



It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following part-time/temporary staff for the 2016-2017 school year. Every year the District budgets for these part-time/temporary jobs. The approval of these jobs does not increase the OEPP of the FY17 budget.

NAME Azkoul, Dominic Davis, Rhea Hirsch, Robert Simon, Scott Lindwall, Walter Toy, Daniel Adamsons, Ryan 

POSITION Paraprofessional, Special Education – P1 / Step 1, 186 day calendar; Replacing Michael Blair/W

FTE 1.0

EFFECTIVE DATE 10/19/2016

POSITION / LOCATION Tech Intern/W Lab/W Library/N Lab/W Trainer Assistant/N Library/N

SALARY $ 8.25/hr $ 8.25/hr $ 8.25/hr $ 8.25/hr $ 8.25/hr $ 8.25/hr

EFFECTIVE DATE 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following long term substitutes for the 2016-2017 school year:

NAME Ciccone, Richard 

EFFECTIVE DATE 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016 10/19/2016

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following part-time/temporary staff for the 2016-2017 school year. Every year the District budgets for student employment. The approval of student workers does not increase the OEPP of the FY17 budget.

NAME Muhammad, Zunair Nano, Benedith Tran, Jimmy Khan, Zeeshan Gomez, Edgar Al-Bayati, Amal 

FTE $ 35.00/hr $ 35.00/hr $ 35.00/hr $ 35.00/hr $203.54/day $130.00/day $ 35.00/hr

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following support staff for the 2016-2017 school year:

NAME Seider, Rory



POSITION Fine and Applied Arts Sectionals/N Fine and Applied Arts Sectionals/W Fine and Applied Arts Sectionals/W Fine and Applied Arts Sectionals/W Policy Debate Judge/N PSAT 8 Non-Standard Room Supervisor Fine and Applied Arts Sectionals/W

POSITION Replacing Rachel Powell/N

FTE 1.0

EFFECTIVE DATE October – December, 2016

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the retirement of the following licensed staff:

NAME Wilson, Sandra Metallo, Lou

POSITION/LOCATION Humanities/N Business Education/N

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It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following substitute teachers for the 2016-2017 school year:

NAME First, William Gordon, Belinda Naduparambil, Jose 

REASON New Hire Re-hire New Hire

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following stipend positions for the 2016-2017 school year:

NORTH Boys Head Track Coach Boys Volleyball Head Coach Girls Basketball Assistant Coach Sophomore Class Sponsor WEST Fine and Applied Arts: Play 2,3,4,5 Girls Assistant Gymnastics Coach Relay for Life Sponsor Relay for Life Sponsor Special Olympics Sponsor (winter) *Not a full time school year employee 

SALARY $ 16.00/hr

EFFECTIVE DATE 10/19/2016

POSITION/LOCATION Pom Pon Head Coach/N

TYPE OF LEAVE LOA (unpaid)

LEAVE FTE 09/12/2016 – 11/07/2016

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the resignation for the following part-time/temporary 600 hour employees for the 2016-2017 school year:

NAME Tadish, Christine 

POSITION / LOCATION 600 Hour Clerk/N

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve/deny the following leave of absence request for the 2016-2017 school year:

NAME Cuthbert, Rachel 

WEST Mukai, Keith

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following part-time/ temporary 600 hour employees. These people will work no more than 600 hours during the 2016-2017 school year. All of the work will be within the FY17 budget. The approval of these jobs does not increase the OEPP of the FY17 budget.

NAME Kukalj, Sabina 

REASON Vacancy Replacing Terri Vanderjeudt Re-hire Vacancy REASON Vacancy Vacancy Vacancy Vacancy Vacancy

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following part-time/temporary athletic staff for the 2016-2017 school year. These people will be in a pool of employees to assist with the various athletic events. All of the work will be within the FY17 budget.

NORTH 

NAME Egofske, Mark Shaw, Andre *Marver, Jodi Taliya, Sargina NAME *Luthringer, Lifford *Mukai, Keith Fogel, Lawrence Graham, Sally DeFelice, Sean

POSITION Clerical/N

EFFECTIVE DATE 10/17/2016

It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the resignation of the following stipend positions for the 2016-2017 school year:

NAME Fox, Enza

POSITION Assistant Softball Coach/W

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It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the employment of the following staff for 2016 Summer Camps, Summer Leagues, at the revenue generated by each Summer Camp or League:

NAME

ACTIVITY

Ehlrich, Jacqueline

Tennis Camp

*Ailutoaei ,Alex

Summer BOYS Volleyball League, Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

*Garbis, Athanasios

Summer BOYS Volleyball League, Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

*Tran,Eric

Summer BOYS Volleyball League, Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

*Dunn,Griffin

Summer BOYS Volleyball League, Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

*Leopoldo , Kyle

Summer BOYS Volleyball League, Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

*Ng, Ryan

Summer BOYS Volleyball League, Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

*Asim , Sahil

Summer BOYS Volleyball League

Shaw, Andre

Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

*John, Thomas Joshua

Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

Luna, Miguel

Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

*Asim, Sahil

Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

*Herrera, Tristan

Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

*Wong, George

Summer GIRLS Volleyball League

*Galan, Adriana

Summer Orchestra

*Ruiz, Cassandra

Summer Orchestra

Page, Jennifer

Summer Orchestra

*Peters, Jennifer

Summer Orchestra

*Jones, John

Summer Orchestra

*Brodsky, Michelle

Summer Orchestra

*Miller, Sarah

Summer Orchestra

Katz, Steve

Summer Orchestra

Endo, Michael

Feeder Baseball

*Wittleder , Will Feeder Baseball *Not a full time school year employee

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