School Board Niles Township District 219, Cook County, Illinois MINUTES Monday, May 12, 2014

The meeting was held in the Board Room of the District Office located at 7700 Gross Point Road, Skokie, Illinois. I. Call to Order and Roll Call Board President Robert Silverman called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. Board Members present at roll call: Sheri Doniger, Carlton Evans, David Ko, Jeffrey Greenspan, Ruth Klint, Robert Silverman, Eileen Valfer II. Closed Session It was moved by KLINT and seconded by KO 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. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Ko, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. The Board recessed into closed session at 6:45 p.m. III. Open Session It was moved by VALFER and seconded by DONIGER to return to open session at 8:00 p.m. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Ko, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. IV. Recall to Order Mr. Silverman recalled the meeting to order at 8:14 p.m. and the Pledge was recited. V. Changes / Additions to the Agenda The green personnel handout was added to the Consent Agenda, with the exception of Numbers 1, 3 and Number 11 on the regular Agenda, which are being held until the Second Closed Session. VI. Audience to Visitors (on agenda items only) There was no audience to visitors requesting to speak. VII. Student Representative Comments Niles North – Madi Gardner (filling in for Maggi Kreisheh) highlighted upcoming events for Niles North: Dance Marathon will be held at Niles West on Friday, May 17 from 5:00 – 11:00 p.m. The funds will be used to support CROSO (Child Restoration Outreach Support Organization); an organization that works to helps students in Uganda go to college. The prom will be held on Saturday, May 24 at the Hyatt in conjunction with a post prom party on Sprit Cruise at Navy Pier. Student Government elections will take place on Monday, May 19. International Night which took place on Saturday, April 12 was a great event and a big success. All clubs came together to represent their cultural heritage with over 500 community members in attendance. Graduation will be Thursday, May 29 at Northwestern University at 7:00 p.m. Dinner will be served at the N-Club starting at 5:00 p.m. Niles West - Dr. Ness highlighted events for Stephanie Knoor, who was unable to attend tonight’s meeting: Dr. Ness reiterated that Dance Marathon, which is in its 11th year, will be held on Friday and is a cooperation of both schools. The funds will go to support students in Uganda to further their education. The secondary beneficiary of the proceeds is District 219’s Foundation of Excellence. Graduation will be Wednesday, May 28 at Northwestern University at 7:00 p.m. Dinner will be served at the N-Club starting at 5:00 p.m. Community Representative Comments There were no community representative comments. VIII. Approval of Consent Agenda It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by EVANS to approve the Consent Agenda, as amended.

A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Ko, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried Included in the Consent Agenda: Monthly Bills and Payroll totaling $12,761,865.54 Personnel −

Approved the resignation for the following administrators: NAME Pieczynski, Edward Pritzker, Jessica Rull, Kristine



FROM Assistant Director of Special Education, 205 day calendar

Ford, Patti-Anne Hawk, David Klos, Sara Lefevre, Ami Lopez, Alfredo Ortmann, Timothy Rigby, Mark Trimberger, Eric

SALARY $114,000.00

EFFECTIVE DATE July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

POSITION Director of World Languages, 205 day calendar Director of Fine Arts 205 day calendar Associate Dean, 260 day calendar Assistant Director of Humanities, 205 day calendar Director of Science, 205 day calendar Director of Security, 260 day calendar Director of Fine Arts 260 day calendar Assistant Principal of Operations, 260 day calendar Assistant Superintendent for Business/CSBO, 260 day calendar

SALARY $125,000

EFFECTIVE DATE July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$116,082.61

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$55,000

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$85,000

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$127,000

June 12, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$72,100

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$171,297.52

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$129,850

June 12, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$190,000

May 19, 2014 – June 30, 2017

Approved the resignation of the following certified staff: NAME Sang, Melissa



TO Director of Special Education, 205 day calendar

Approved the administrative and associate contracts for the following administrators for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Bowen, Todd



EFFECTIVE DATE June 18, 2014 June 11, 2014 June 30, 2014

Approved the transfer of the following administrative position for the 2014-2015 school year:

NAME Powell, Page



POSITION Assistant Director of Special Education Director of Student Activities Chief Financial Officer

POSITION/LOCATION Social Worker / North

EFFECTIVE DATE June 16, 2014

Approved the employment of the following certified staff for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Clancy, John Hellmer, Anne Kleinschrodt, Daniel Serrano, Cecilia

POSITION Physical Welfare – MA / Step 5 Psychologist - MA60 / Step 8 Science – MA / Step 10 Mathematics – BA15 / Step 2

FTE .2 .8 1.0 1.0

EFFECTIVE DATE August 11, 2014 August 11, 2014 August 11, 2014 August 11, 2014



Approved the following certified staff leave of absence for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Stucky, Sarah



TO - RESIGNATION June 30, 2014

POSITION One-on-one Paraprofessional P1 / Step 2, 186 day calendar

FTE 1.0

EFFECTIVE DATE August 11, 2014

POSITION/LOCATION Paraprofessional / Central

TYPE OF LEAVE Child Rearing

LEAVE FTE May 19, 2014 – June 6, 2014

Approved the employment of the following paid interns for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Long, Jaime Miller, Zachary



FROM - RELEASE Board approved December 16, 2013

Approved the following support staff leave of absence for the 2013-2014 school year: NAME Sweeney, Cameron



LEAVE FTE November 24, 2014 – December 19, 2014

Approved the employment of the following support staff for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Mathews, Andrew



TYPE OF LEAVE Child Rearing

Approved rescinding the release of the following certified staff and approve the Resignation Agreement and General Release: CASE 2014-E04



POSITION/LOCATION Social Studies / North

POSITION/LOCATION Psychology Intern / Central Social Work Intern / North

SALARY $16,000/Yr. $9,000/Yr.

EFFECTIVE DATE August 11, 2014 August 11, 2014

Approved the employment of the following part-time/temporary staff for and 2013-14 School year: NAME Ahern, Thomas Block, Bradley Choute, Maridsa Danielak, Kelly Fleury, Vanessa Howe, George Iqal, Janet Khandakar, Amin Kleppin, Daniel Magel, Ilana Oline, William Roman, Emily Shearer, Violette Zubeck, Rose

POSITION / LOCATION Security / West Job Coach / West Textbook Center / West Training Room / West Textbook Center / West Weight Room / West Textbook Center / West Textbook Center / West Weight Room / West Textbook Center / West Weight Room / West Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North Textbook Center / North

RATE $18.00/Hr. $14.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $12.00/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr. $8.25/Hr.

EFFECTIVE DATE May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014 May 12, 2014



Approved the employment of the following substitute teachers for the 2013-2014 school year: Shlimon, Phillip



Approved the employment of the following certified staff for Summer School 2014: NAME Amaro, John Araos, Cathy *Arends, Christopher Baehr, Sherry *Barraca, Donald Beckman, Diana

NAME *Dargis, Lara *Deamont, Denise Defelice, Sean Deligianis, Anastasia Deligianis, Anastasia *Duhai, Rachel

NAME Kennedy, Shaun Komo, Natalie *Kordalewski, Adam Koulouris, Christy Krzeminski, James Larrabee, Daniel

NAME Rusk, Daniel Salem, Omar Sarangay, Steven *Savage, Daniel Serrano, Cecilia Shaoul, David

Behling, James Bluestein, Juliet Braheny, Kyle Brandes, Kathleen *Brown, Deborah Caceres, Felix Caplan, Kara *Carstons, Laura Casey, Caitlin Cheng, Joy Chihoski, Robert Chu, Gary Condon, Angela Crowe, Kevin *Crownson, Jennie

Lee, Yoon Magnuson, Blake McEnery, Elizabeth Minkus, Aaron Morrissey II, Michael Myers, Catherine

Smith, Jessica Stefl, Camilla Swedberg, Andrew *Sykora, Christopher

Naatz, Timothy *Oh, Helen Olsen, Jessica

Toy, Daniel Tulley, Hillary Wehman, Colin

Hill, Alexandra Kachhia, Ashishkumar Kaiser, Erick

*O'Malley, Stephanie Penn, Crystal Persaud, Stephanie Peterson, Lara Powell, Chris

Wiberg, Ann Wismer, Barbara Wu, Brittany Zbinden, Beverly Zilewicz, John

Karottu, Aby

Ralfs, Jessica

Zubb, Paul

Eiseman, Jaclyn *Essenberg, Kristina Ethington-Bart, Brittany Foster, Jason France, Katherine *Garrigan, Melissa Geu, Ryan Gould, David Graham, Michael Greenspan, Brad *Hanley, Marita

Shermach, William Shor, Susan

*Indicates not a District 219 employee −

Approved the employment of the following support staff for 2014 Summer School: NAME Arnold, Deborah Ballweg, David DePillo, Carmen Elarde, Linda FitzPatrick, John Galvez, Lynette General, Robert Gooden, Ricky Grubisch, Nicholas

NAME Hurley, Richard James, Donald Joffe, Matthew Johnson, Lyn Kim, Gloria Kruszynski, Mark Leaks, Michael Mathews, Andrew Ramirez, Mario

NAME Rasch, William Rashkow, Donna San Ramon, Maria Schwartz, Beverly Shlimon, Phillip* Sloane, Robin Sullivan, Peggy Tiffin, Kathy Vitale, Vincent

*Indicates not a District 219 employee −

Approved the employment of the following certified substitutes for 2014 Summer School: NAME Bennett, Doug DiZillo, Joseph Halliday, Val McCollough, Sue Sherwin, Robert Wiberg, Ann



Approved the employment of the following clerical/paraprofessional substitutes for 2014 Summer School: NAME Brines, Chrissie Gunchick, Rosemary McCollough, Sue Sherwin, Robert



Approved administrative contract for the following administrator for the 2014-2015 school year: NAME Daly, Timothy

POSITION Assistant Director of Special Education, 205 day calendar

SALARY $100,000.00

EFFECTIVE DATE July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015



Approved the employment of the following certified staff for the 2014-2015 school year:

NAME Batista, Adrian −

EFFECTIVE DATE August 11, 2014

POSITION One-on-one Paraprofessional, P1 / Step 2, 186 day calendar

FTE 1.0

EFFECTIVE DATE August 11, 2014

Approved the resignation of the following support staff:

NAME Georges, Alan −

FTE 1.0

Approved the employment of the following support staff for the 2014-2015 school year:

NAME Sturm, Christopher −

POSITION Special Education – MA15 / Step 4

POSITION ELL Paraprofessional

EFFECTIVE DATE May 27, 2014

Approved the retirement of the following support staff:

NAME Jaimes, Norma

POSITION Secretary A, Main Office

EFFECTIVE DATE May, 2018



Approved the Minutes of the April 7, 2014 Board of Education Meeting-Open and Closed.



Approved the Private Music Teacher Fee rates through the 2017-18 school year.



Approved that the Business Office request bids for the sale of the Cummins QSV98, 170kW – 18 cylinder natural gas engine, with control center and a complete 480V switchgear with generator controls including Square “D” breakers and to award the contract to the highest bidder or sell the equipment as scrap.



Approved and signed the updated PTAB Authorization Resolutions relating to both the Sraga Hauser and Franczek Radelet firms.



Approved that the Administration engage Employer’s Claim Service, Inc. as the District’s third-party administrator for workers’ compensation for a fee of $11,500 for the 2014-15 school year.



Approved the Administration to pay $47,632.41 to the Niles Township Property Tax appeals Cooperative for efforts undertaken on behalf of Niles township High School District 219 in the property tax area.



Approved the acceptance of a 2000 Honda Civic 4 door vehicle donation for Niles West’s Automotive Department by Mr. Brent Garner.



Approved the Change Order for upsizing of piping for chilled supply and return water at Niles North at a cost of $36,507.30.



Approved the International trip for Niles West students to attend a cultural and musical learning trip to Costa Rica for a total cost of $2,439.00 which will be 100% covered by the activity funds.

IX. Superintendent’s Report Dr. Gatta stated that preliminary data on the fiscal impact of Senate Bill 16 was issued on May 7 by the Illinois State Board of Education. The recommendations come from the Senate Education Funding Advisory Committee. This Bill creates a single weighted funded formula which establishes a new foundation level. Under this proposal, District 219 would suffer a loss of $2.9 million dollars a year. District 219 is currently working with ED-RED so that our legislatures understand what the impact of this Bill, realizing there are winners and losers and District 219 would be a loser. Every year different publications post America’s Best High Schools, Who’s Who Among the High schools of the Nation, etc. One that gets a lot of interest is Washington Post America’s Most Challenging High Schools. Their formula is to weight certain things, i.e., number of graduates, advance placement, etc. This formula is what J. Matthews calls the Challenge Index. He takes the total number of advance placement courses and divides it by the number of seniors that graduated in May or June. He does this so that he can look at schools who give the average students a chance to experience college reading lists, analytical college examinations and research; and he stated that research consistently shows over and over again that even low performing students that got a 2 on an AP test do significantly better in college than similar students who never take an AP course. Dr. Gatta stated that District 219 has been able to increase its enrollment into the most rigorous courses while maintaining the level of success of a 3 or better and that is why we

received the award from the College Board. The Challenge Index is designed to identify schools that have done the best job in persuading average students to take college level courses and tests. District 219 made the list. J. Matthews thinks a 1.0 on his scale is a modest standard. Our challenge factor is 1.386 and moving in the right direction, even though we still have work to do. Principals’ Report Niles North - Dr. McTague highlighted some of the events at Niles North. He discussed the Niles North Summer Reading Program and stated that reading is a critical life skill. The 49th Awards of Distinction Program will be held on Tuesday, May 13 at Niles North starting with a reception at 6:30 p.m. in the Student Commons and followed by a program at 7:30 p.m. in the Auditorium. Tina Helms and Gary Chu received the Spring Teacher Award from Texas Instruments, which recognizes excellence in mathematics education. Anchor Joshi was selected by the students to be the 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year and Yolanda O’Brien was selected as the Support Staff person of the year. Dance Marathon will be held at Niles West on Friday, May 17 from 5:00 – 11:00 p.m. Niles North’s website, Celebrating 50 Years of Excellence, has been launched. This website will provide information about all events that are being planned next year to celebrate Niles North’s 50th anniversary and 50 years of excellence in education. Niles West - Dr. Ness said that Dance Marathon is in its 11th year and it is a great cooperative between the schools. Dr. Ness thanked the Board members for attending Pasta & Pops and stated that it was a great celebration. Niles West will be launching a program called “LEAPS” (Leading Everyone to AP Success). Each day, starting Monday through Thursday, teachers will be coming to the Lit Center meeting the students to start developing a rapport with them and building the AP culture. The Athletics Hall of Fame is finally taking shape. The hallway is being reconstructed and a blue print is in place to honor the past athletes and their excellence. The first honorees will be inducted on September 12, which will culminate with the activities at the football game. Niles West Debate Team, who have only been in existence for four years, had a tremendous year. This is a rigorous program and a great way to prepare for college. In the last four years, five students earned scholarships to universities from the debate program. Boys’ gymnastics was undefeated and took the Central Suburban League Championship for the first time since 1990. They competed last week at the Lyons Township Sectional and came in 2nd place and qualified for State. Adrian Batista was named coach of the year for the CSL. Girls’ soccer had a tremendous turn around and defeated Maine South for the first time in school history. Niles West Soft Ball Team beat Niles North last week in the Skokie Skirmish. Esther Yim is being honored at the Asian Pacific Ceremony downtown at the Thompson Center this Wednesday. This is an award for youth who excel, not only academically, but in many areas. X. Board Committee Comments Mrs. Valfer commended District 219 for all of the summer offerings to younger children that were offered in the Skokie Park District brochure. Mrs. Klint thanked the principals for taking the initiative for the AP classes at both schools. She has attended everything at both schools for parents. Mr. Silverman attended International Night and commented that the organization, entertainment, food and turnout were extremely impressive. He also attended Pasta & Pops and stated that each student had an opportunity to show their incredible, unique talents. He had the opportunity to attend Avenue Q and said it was an outstanding production. Dr. Doniger thanked the principals for providing a written synopsis of the activities at the schools. Mr. Evans had the opportunity to go to the Induction of the National Honor Society and said that it was very impressive to see well-rounded students being inducted. He commended the parents, teachers and staff for the work they put in. XI. Board Committee Reports Facilities Committee had a meeting on May 6 and discussed the issue of piping which will be added to the cafeteria plan. The Committee also discussed the additional punch list for the Niles North pool and the coordination of closing the pool and the summer swimming program at Niles North that is open to the public. Everything else is on schedule. There was a Joint Facilities/Policy Committee meeting and discussion of some of the policies and it was decided that an additional study will be required. CSSI met on April 16. The Committee reviewed a new honor roll proposal and discussed department feedback which was positive. CSSI requested that District 219 examine the number of students that will be affected by a new honor roll process. Dr. Roloff had the numbers run and is communicating them with CSSI. We will make a formal recommendation to the Board of Education in August or September. In addition, CSSI is proposing that we change from gold, silver and bronze keys to an academic honor such as cum laude, magna cum laude and summa cum laude,

based on a cumulative GPA. The rationale for this is that the college will understand the academic honor terminology more so than gold, silver and bronze. The Committee was strongly in favor of this. Dr. Doniger said that the Policy Committee had a joint meeting and will be discussing policy further. There will be a second reading and another policy meeting will be scheduled. XII.

Business − Digital Literacy Program There was a discussion on 21st century literacy and the new park assessment that will be coming shortly. We don’t know when the assessment will come, but we know it will be administered electronically. We have been working on setting up setting infrastructure and how we will test students over multiple days with the new park assessment. As well as being versed in the content area, students have to have basic 21st century technological skills. If a student spends a lot of time trying to figure out how to maneuver in the test, that would be time lost. Guy Ballard and I discussed how this knowledge will be given at an early time in the students experience so they will do well. Dr. Doniger has been involved with creating a graduation requirement. This is the first version of a pilot program in meeting this goal. It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by VALFER to approve the Digital Literacy Pilot Program for 2014-2015 school year. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Ko, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. − Proposed School Fees for 2014-2015 School Year There was a discussion on school fees for various schools and the cost of our school fees. It was moved by KLINT and seconded by DONIGER to accept reduction of the school fee only by 50% (or$225) for students who qualify for reduced lunch. All other optional fees must be paid at the standard rate for the 2014-2015 school year. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Ko, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. − Policies and Procedures 2nd Reading There were no changes in Policies and Procedures. It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by VALFER to approve the 2nd Reading of Policies and Procedures as presented. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Ko, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried The following policy and procedural changes were adopted at the May 12, 2014 Board of Education Meeting. Section 2 (School Board) Number 2:30

Name School District Elections

2:110

Qualifications, Term, and Duties of Board Officers

Change Remove election responsibilities from board secretary/clerk and president in response to P.A. 98115. Update president and secretary duties in response to

Section 3 (School Administration) Number 3:20

Name Organizational Chart

3:50AP1

Administrative Procedure – Terms and Conditions of Employment for Administrators

Change Rename Asst. Super. for Human Resources as Asst. Super. for Operations and reassign staff accordingly. Specify length of contracts for non-cabinet administrators required to evaluate certified staff and those administrators not required to evaluate certified staff. Remove documentation requirement for medical reimbursement.

3:60-E

Exhibit – Principal’s Duty to Report

Add liquidated damages clause. State law reporting requirements for building principals.

NEW Section 4 (Operational Services) Number 4:30

Name Revenues and Investments

4:150

Facility Management and Building Programs

4:170E2

Exhibit – Employee Accident or Injury Report

Change Allow district to invest public funds in interest-bearing bonds of any local government purpose to P.A. 98927. Correct minimum threshold for projects requiring Board pre-authorization (portion gone to First Reading on 02-18-14). Remove USGBC standard. Non-substantive changes.

Section 5 Personnel) Number 5:10 5:30 5:30AP2 5:35 5:35AP1 5:35AP2 5:125 5:180 5:190 5:190E3 5:215 5:220 5:220AP1

Name Equal Employment Opportunity and Minority Recruitment Hiring Process and Criteria Administrative Procedure – Investigations Compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act Administrative Procedure – Fair Labor Standards Act Administrative Procedure Investigations Personal Technology and Social Media: Usage and Conduct Temporary Illness or Temporary Incapacity Teacher Qualifications Exhibit – Letter to Teacher Who is Not Highly Qualified Professional Personnel – Absences from Work for All Employees Substitute Teachers Administrative Procedure – Substitute Teachers

Change New protected status as a registered qualifying patient or a registered designated caregiver. Require new employees to sign Mandated Reporter form, under policy 5:90. Non-substantive changes. Non-substantive changes. Add web links. Add web links. Updated personal technology devices. Teacher’s contractual continued service status not affected by an absence caused by temporary illness or temporary incapacity. Non-substantive changes. Add web link. Revise procedure for reporting absences. Establish daily rate of pay for 2014-15 school year. Revise procedure for reporting absences.

5:240

Suspension

Authorize superintendent to issue pre-suspension notice to employees.

Section 6 (Instruction) Number 6:235AP1

6:295

Name Administrative Procedure – Acceptable Use of Computers and Electronic Networks

Make-Up Work

Change Prohibit staff from changing their names on any email, Google+ or other D219 accounts.

Only D219 security photos or Google default photos are permitted for any District account. Modify make-up policy from student handbook.

NEW Section 7 (Students) Number 7:70 7:140

Name Attendance and Truancy Search and Seizure

7:180

Preventing Bullying, Intimidation, and Harassment

7:190

Student Discipline

Change Defines compulsory attendance ages. Allow staff to require students to provide passwords to social media accounts when reasonable suspicion is met. Augment policy to include retaliation policy, teen dating violence, and Uniform Grievance Procedure implementation. Prohibit medical cannabis and teen dating violence.

Section 8 (Community Relations) Number 8:10

Name Public Relations

Change Append official District employee photos on online department directories.

− Approved the Change Order for Upsizing of Piping for Chilled Supply and Return Water It was moved by GREENSPAN and seconded by EVANS to approve the Change Order for Upsizing of Piping for Chilled Supply and Return Water. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Ko, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. XIII. Old Business There was no old business XIV. New Business There was no new business. XV. Audience to Visitors (on items related to District business) There was no Audience to Visitors discussions. XVI. Information Items − Monthly Financial Report – March 2014 − FOIA (Freedom of Information Act)

XVII. Closed Session It was moved by DONIGER and seconded by KO to recess into Closed Session for purpose of personnel and adjourn to Open Session with action taken. A roll call vote was taken. Voting Aye: Doniger, Evans, Ko, Greenspan, Klint, Silverman, Valfer. The motion carried. The meeting adjourned to Open` Session at 10:20 p.m.

____________________________ President

____________________________ Secretary

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