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(105 ILCS 5/2-3.25e-5)
Two years as priority school; full-year school plan.
(a) In this Section, "school" means any of the following named public schools or their successor name:
(1) Dirksen Middle School in Dolton School District
(2) Diekman Elementary School in Dolton School
(3) Caroline Sibley Elementary School in Dolton
(4) Berger-Vandenberg Elementary School in Dolton
(5) Carol Moseley Braun School in Dolton School
(6) New Beginnings Learning Academy in Dolton School
(7) McKinley Junior High School in South Holland
(8) Greenwood Elementary School in South Holland
(9) McKinley Elementary School in South Holland
(10) Eisenhower School in South Holland School
(11) Madison School in South Holland School District
(12) Taft School in South Holland School District 151.
(13) Wolcott School in Thornton School District 154.
(14) Memorial Junior High School in Lansing School
(15) Oak Glen Elementary School in Lansing School
(16) Lester Crawl Primary Center in Lansing School
(17) Brookwood Junior High School in Brookwood School
(18) Brookwood Middle School in Brookwood School
(19) Hickory Bend Elementary School in Brookwood
(20) Medgar Evers Primary Academic Center in Ford
Heights School District 169.
(21) Nathan Hale Elementary School in Sunnybrook
(22) Ira F. Aldridge Elementary School in City of
Chicago School District 299.
(23) William E.B. DuBois Elementary School in City of
Chicago School District 299.
(b) If, after 2 years following its identification as a priority school under Section 2-3.25d-5 of this Code, a school remains a priority school, then, subject to federal appropriation money being available, the State Board of Education shall allow the school board to opt into the process of operating that school on a pilot, full-year school plan, approved by the State Board of Education, upon expiration of its teachers' current collective bargaining agreement until the expiration of the next collective bargaining agreement. A school board must notify the State Board of Education of its intent to opt into the process of operating a school on a pilot, full-year school plan.
(Source: P.A. 98-1155, eff. 1-9-15; 99-193, eff. 7-30-15.)