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Public Act 99-0922 requires that all schools with students in fifth grade and under built before January 1, 1987 test sources used for drinking water or used for food preparation. Below are the results of this testing. Lead in piping was used in all buildings and homes prior to using newer water lines. Due to the age of our building a majority of our water lines include lead. Over time these pipes leach some lead into the water – we are required to inform parents when levels are over 5 ppb while the EPA has an actionable benchmark of 20 ppb. On October, 2017, all elementary classroom sinks and all water fountains were tested two times within one minute prior to the start of the school day – the results of these tests were received and analyzed today and a mitigation plan is going into effect immediately. All kitchen sinks were tested and free from lead.  Beginning immediately, all classroom sinks will be used only for hand washing. Signs are posted at each sink.  Drinking fountains are being shutdown and water coolers with filtered water is being used for drinking water. 



Sec. 10-20.46-Salary compensation report:  On or before October 1 of each year, each school district in this State,

including special charter districts, shall post on its Internet website, if any, an itemized salary compensation report

for every employee in the district holding an administrative certificate and working in that capacity, including the district

superintendent.  The salary compensation report shall include without limitation base salary, bonuses, pension

contributions, retirement increases, the cost of health insurance, the cost of life insurance, paid sick and vacation day payouts

annuities, and any other form of compensation or income paid on behalf of the employee.

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