Thursday, July 23, 2020
District 67 Special Board of Education Meeting
July 28, 2020
Governor Pritzker renewed the statewide disaster declaration related to the COVID-19 pandemic on June 26th. We anticipate that guidance will be updated on or before July 26th. Based on current public health concerns, the Board President of Lake Forest District 67 as head of the public body, has determined that it is neither practical nor prudent to hold an in-person meeting of the Board of Education on July 28th. The Board President has further determined that it is not feasible for the public to be present at the public body’s regular meeting location due to the health concerns related to COVID-19. This Board meeting will be held remotely, in compliance with the procedures currently set forth in Executive Order 2020-44
To Our District 67 Families:
On Tuesday July 28th at 5:00 PM, the Lake Forest Community School District 67 Board of Education will hold a special Board meeting when the District 67 Administrative team and I will present our recommendation for the 2020-2021 school year. 
Our intent is to hold a virtual meeting, contingent upon the Governor's updated proclamation, expected no later than July 26th. The link to the virtual meeting will be posted on the District 67 Board of Education page of our website approximately three hours before the meeting start time.
The agenda for Tuesday’s meeting includes our proposed District 67 Road to Reopening Plan . This remote meeting will be live streamed and recorded. The recording will be posted to the District 67 Board of Education page on Wednesday morning, July 29th.
The District 67 Board welcomes public comment at all meetings. Individuals who wish to make a public comment at this Tuesday’s virtual meeting should notify Chief Technology Officer Jordan Salus at no later than 12:00 noon on July 28th . During the afternoon of July 28th, Mr. Salus will be in contact with those individuals regarding instructions on how to call in.
With the ongoing input and feedback from our school community, our Administration has worked thoughtfully and diligently throughout the summer to make a recommendation we believe is in the best interest of our students, staff, and community. We look forward to sharing more on Tuesday.

Michael V. Simeck