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Welcome to our Community Information Page.

The following is provided in an attempt to keep the school community informed and allow easy access to information about things
happening in and pertaining to our school district.

Child Care Program Form

Click here to access the Child Care Services Form

As a reminder, this is being offered for our district's Pre-K-8th grade in-person learners.

The rosters for our three locations (BGS, HIS and LMS) will be filled in the order responses are received and will be capped at 100 students per location.

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Herscher CUSD #2 Re-Opening Plan for Fall 2020
Click HERE to view revised re-opening plan

Letter regarding REVISED Fall Re-Opening Plan rev. July 28, 2020

In-Person or Remote Instruction Selection Form

Parent Consent Form - for athletics

Student Self-Certification Form - to be completed by Parent/Guardian for ALL in-person learners prior to the start of the 20-21 school year

Latest Guidance from ISBE - received 7-23-2020

Latest information from IHSA

Latest information from IESA

Return to School Flowchart

Updated 2020-2021 School Year Calendar


Below is a survey to help Project Sun collect information on Community Level Trauma experienced which will be used to inform response initiatives to better address trauma experienced by those living in our communities. Please feel free to share will your contacts to help them get a strong response base.



Project SUN is a Strong and Unified Network that is family-driven and youth-guided.
It is dedicated to strengthening the children's behavioral health system of care
in Kankakee County through a coordinated network of services and supports
to address the needs of the whole child.

Click here to take their survey.

Click here to learn more information about Project Sun.


Letter to School Community. Dated. June 24, 2020 
RE: Guidance received from ISBE regarding the 20-21SY.

Click here to view the letter. Link to ISBE Guidance directly.


Letter to School Community. Dated April 20, 2020
RE: School closure extension through end of school year as well as questions/answers and important resources available to you and your family.


School Closure Update - April 17, 2020

Gov. Pritzker has announced that Illinois schools will be closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. We will be sending further information about how this directive will affect our school district Monday afternoon/evening.

Please stay well and safe.

Herscher CUSD #2


Letter to Herscher School Community. Dated April 12, 2020

Happy Easter! I hope everyone is enjoying time with family at home. Unfortunately, I have some bad news to share with everyone. I was notified this morning that one of our employees has tested positive for COVID-19.

As a result, we will be closing all of our buildings in the district for the next two weeks (April 13-27, 2020) to ALL employees and the public.

After these two weeks have expired, we will have our custodians return to work and they will thoroughly clean our buildings adhering to the guidelines recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

Thank you for your understanding and hopefully we can get back to a normal routine as soon as possible.

Dr. Richard S. Decman


Gov. Pritzker has issued Executive Order 2020-07, which calls for the temporary suspension of certain Open Meetings Act (OMA) requirements in light of the circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

In response to this order, the Herscher CUSD #2 Board of Education will be implementing temporary rules that will allow for virtual participation in upcoming meetings. This is being done to help preserve and protect the health and safety of everyone involved, and also comply with the directive from the state and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

We thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate the situation involving COVID-19 and appreciate your flexibility as we implement these temporary processes and procedures for keeping people healthy and safe.

Click here to view Executive Order 2020-07 referenced above.


School Community Letter - March 31, 2020

Dear Herscher CUSD No. 2 School Community,

Even though it was a little different this year, I hope everyone enjoyed your Spring Break!  I wanted to take a few minutes to up-date you as we move forward with the State mandated school closures. As of right now, the Governor has mandated that all Illinois schools will be closed for student (in-person) attendance through April 7th. Unfortunately, I am anticipating that this school closure will be extended for the remainder of the school year. If the school closures are extended by the Governor, I wanted to let everyone know what the plans are for the remainder of the school year. These plans are detailed below.

ISBE Guidance - Last Friday evening the State Superintendent and the ISBE released new guidance for all schools in the State.  The initial school closure days are considered Act of God (AOG) days through March 30th.  All days after March 30th are considered Remote Instruction or E-Learning Days. In addition, the ISBE guidance allows school districts the ability to utilize five (5) “Remote Learning Planning Days” (We added a 6th day in lieu of a previously scheduled Teachers’ Institute Day). These Remote Instruction Planning Days will be scheduled for the Herscher School District on the following Mondays: April 6, April 20th, April 27th, May 4, May 11 and May 18.  (See the new calendar below to be implemented only if the Governor extends the school closures in the State). Teachers will be working with their colleagues and respective building Principals on the Remote Learning/e-Learning Plan Days and thus there will be no e-Learning/Remote Instruction on these days.  19-20 calendar rev. 3-2020

What do Remote Instruction Days change for the Herscher School District? 
Really, there is no change as our faculty/staff did a great job preparing and implementing e-Learning the past week on an extremely short notice. We will continue to do e-Learning/Remote Instruction and will have similar expectations of our students just as we did prior to Spring Break.

State Assessments - All State Assessments have been waived for this school year.

Attendance-During our Remote Instruction/E-Learning Days, attendance will be taken electronically through a district form. A text and/or email will be sent via School Messenger to parents each morning to complete the day’s attendance. One form should be submitted per student.


Final Words-A word that I have heard a lot lately, and one that is really fitting in these uncertain time is “empathy.” There are many definitions for the word. The most applicable one for all us today would be empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. None of us have ever experienced COVID-19. None of us have ever lived during a time of extended closure of not only schools, but of restaurants, movie theaters and many other businesses and industries. We have for many years seen a divide develop not only in our country but throughout the world. By having empathy with one another during these unprecedented times is one of the first steps to beginning to close the divide amongst us. I am thankful to work in one of the greatest communities in Illinois. I thank you in advance for your empathy, compassion and kindness towards each other.


Have a great rest of the week and please stay safe!

Dr. Rich Decman, Superintendent

Herscher CUSD No. 2





Social Distancing...What does it mean?
Click here for more information released from IASA

School Community Letter. COVID-19 Update. March 13, 2020

Dear Herscher School Community,

A couple of days ago, I sent a letter providing information on the current status of the school district’s response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). I want to reiterate that the school district will continue to follow the guidance of the Kankakee County Health Dept., the Illinois Dept. of Public Health (IDPH), and the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) when it comes to COVID-19. Late yesterday afternoon, the ISBE provided updated guidance to Illinois schools and school districts regarding COVID-19 that is important to share with our school district stakeholders.

The up-dated guidance from the ISBE refers to a new recommendation from the IDPH that school district “gatherings and events where large numbers of people will be present, such as pep rallies, concerts and other optional convocations, should be paused until further notice.” The ISBE guidance further refers to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) definition of a “large gathering” as those consisting of 250 people or more.

Our school district has committed to following the guidance of our local health organizations and the ISBE regarding COVID-19. Therefore, the school district will immediately begin the practice of not allowing any school events to take place where there is an excess of 250 people in attendance. The events that will be impacted next week are:  FFA Auction (HHS), Herscher's Got Talent (HHS), Swing and Sing (HHS), 3rd Grade Spring Music Concert (HIS) and Solo & Ensemble Event (LMS).   

The school district will send separate communication regarding further extra-curriculars or related events. In addition, our schools will not be holding assemblies or other school activities/events where 250 or more people will be in one venue.

At this time, we have not received guidance from the ISBE as to how long these large gathering limitations will be in effect. As we receive more information on this issue, we will continue to provide updates to our school district community.

It is important to know that at this time, neither the Kankakee County Health Dept., the IDPH or the ISBE are recommending that schools close. The school district will continue to follow their guidance in our decisions regarding COVID-19. The health and safety of our students continues to be of primary importance to our school district. If current information changes, updates will continue to be communicated with our school community and posted on the School District website and Facebook page. Please do not hesitate to contact the school district should you have any questions or concerns. Have a wonderful and safe weekend!



Dr. Richard S. Decman, Superintendent 


School Community Letter Regarding COVID-19. March 11, 2020

Dear Herscher CUSD #2 School Community,

I am writing in an effort to keep you updated on school/community-related matters associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19); to provide some clarity and relevant information, and to bring a sense of calmness to the current situation that is occurring locally, nationally and internationally. As of the writing of this email, Illinois has 19 confirmed cases of COVID-19, yet none have been confirmed in Kankakee County.

Herscher CUSD #2 continues to monitor the current status of COVID-19, and district leadership is working closely with the Kankakee County Health Dept. and other health officials. The district will continue to take direction from the Kankakee County Health Dept., the Illinois Dept. of Public Health (IDPH) and the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE), while reviewing the information being updated daily from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

As the COVID-19 confirmed cases are likely to continue to grow across Illinois, please be assured that we will continue our efforts to be proactive in our planning, preparation and communication to all of our stakeholders. We ask that you continue to be diligent in our schools to ensure frequent hand-washing by both students and adults, and take opportunities to remind our students of proper hand-washing techniques. The school district is working to ensure that all of our schools are equipped with enough hand-sanitizers, and that all of the hand-washing dispensers remain stocked. At this time, the IDPH is not recommending any special sanitizing processes beyond the routine cleaning required of our custodial and maintenance staff. Should the recommendation from the IDPH change, the school district will immediately alter our cleaning procedures to mirror their recommendations.

In accordance with Board policies, and to most effectively protect the health of our students and staff, we are working very hard to be prepared in the event COVID-19 has a more direct impact on our local community. Should the Kankakee County Health Dept., IDPH or the ISBE recommend the closure of our schools, the school district will immediately comply. In preparation for this possibility, the school district is currently working to implement an E-Learning plan to allow for our students’ continuation of educational services from home. Nothing can replace the educational experience our students receive from the direct instruction of our teachers, but if the school district is forced to close, we are confident that we will successfully support our students in the continuation of their educational experiences.

As we get closer to Spring Break, it is important for our stakeholders to know that District #2 will align itself with the current guidelines set forth from the IDPH and CDC. Currently, the IDPH states that if you are returning from an area identified by the CDC as “Level 3” (currently China, South Korea, Italy, and Iran), you are required to self-quarantine for 14 days after the day you return to the United States and monitory your health. (Please note that areas listed as Level 3 may change). If you are traveling, it is your responsibility to check the CDC website every day for the latest updates. For more information, please visit the CDC website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/after-travel-precautions.html

Lastly, please know that if district officials become aware of a confirmed case of COVID-19 in Kankakee County and/or have a District #2 staff or student impacted, we will work closely with the identified local health officials and organizations to ensure information and directions are appropriately communicated to our school community.

Please be reminded that according to the CDC, for the majority of people, the immediate risk of being exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19 is considered low. It is also important to know that the current guidance being provided by the Kankakee County Health Dept. and the IDPH does not recommend: 1. The use of masks or gloves, 2. Canceling mass gatherings; 3. Canceling classes

However, I ask that you continue to take these common sense protective actions as specifically recommended by the IDPH.

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Consult with your healthcare provider about getting an influenza vaccination if you haven’t already done so.

The health and safety of our students continues to be of primary importance to our school district. If current information changes, we will post new information on the school district website (www.hcusd2.org) or utilize our School Messenger system to alert parent/students. Do not hesitate to contact the school district should you have any questions or concerns. 

Dr. Richard S. Decman, Superintendent


School Community Letter - March 2, 2020
RE: Illinois Dept of Public Health

Dear Herscher CUSD #2 Students, Staff and Families, 

The health and safety of our students is our top priority, so we want to share with you information that the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) has published for schools throughout the state.

The good news at this time is that the health risk to the general public from coronavirus remains low. Currently, the IDPH recommends schools hold classes and events as usual, and follow routine cleaning and disinfecting procedures; no special measure are necessary.

The IDPH also recommends the best way to protect against coronavirus is by taking the same everyday precautions against getting sick in general.

These include:

  • Washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • Avoiding touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
  • Avoiding close contact with those who are sick
  • Staying home when you are sick
  • Covering your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash
  • Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces

To see the complete recommendations to schools from IDPH, please click here.

We will continue to closely monitor recommendations regarding coronavirus and will update you as soon as there are any significant changes in recommendations for schools.  In addition, the District is working on several different plans to put in place should addition actions be necessary.

Thank you all for your support in helping keep our school community healthy.

Dr. Richard S. Decman. Superintendent of Schools


Bullying Incident Report - We have made it easier for anyone to report a bullying event they believe they have witnessed. Reports can be made anonymously. Click here for an incident report.

District Assessment Reporting
The third annual District Assessment Survey is now available. Link to assessment survey results.

School Community - Please see the attached regarding Senate Bill 486 and contact your legislators to let them know how it will affect our district. SB486 Legislators


School Community Letter - February 28, 2018
Click HERE to view a letter from Dr. Decman regarding a message reported to HHS Administration.

School Community Letter - March 16, 2017
Click HERE to access a letter from Dr. Decman, Superintendent of Schools.

Lead Testing Information
Click HERE to view information about lead testing done within our schools.
Link to Test Results

Herscher CUSD #2 Attendance Information
Click HERE to view our Parent Guide

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We have had several occasions where we have closed school or released early for weather-related issues. I would like to review the options for how the school district deals with these issues.

These options are as follows:
1. Close all schools for the entire day.
2. Release all  early. (1:30 p.m. for all buildings)
3. Start all schools late. (9:45 a.m. for all buildings)
 ***There may be emergency situations that would dictate that we close just one school in the District.

Some other criterion for closing schools for the entire day are below:
1. Sustained wind chills measuring - 30 degrees.          

2. Heavy snow and windy conditions.
3. Extreme icy conditions.                                              
4. Heavy fog that is not supposed to break.
5. Combination of the above criterion.

Some of the criterion for releasing early:
1. Sustained temperatures above 94 degrees with accompanying humidity above 55%.
2. Dangerous storms heading our direction. (This may cause us to shelter-in-place as well.)
3. Other emergency situations.

Some of the criterion for starting school late:
1. Heavy fog that is expected to lift.                                 
2. Icy conditions that are expected to get better.
3. Severe cold that is expected to get better.                   
4. Moderate snow that is expected to be cleared.
5. Combination of the above conditions.

We now have three options to deal with weather-related issues. It is my intention to announce these decisions as early as possible (preferable the night before). If we release early, we will release all schools at 1:30 p.m.. If we start late, we will begin school at 9:45 a.m. for all schools. (The late start is a new option, so please plan accordingly.) As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you for your help in making the Herscher School District the best in the area!
Dr. Richard S. Decman, Superintendent of Schools

Click here for Child Care Weather Watch Tables regarding
temperatures,wind chills and the heat index.


Report to the Community Click HERE to view. (Nov. 2016)

District Owned Items Declared as Surplus
-Individuals must be at least 21 years of age to place a bid.

-Bids must be received in a SEALED envelope.
-You may bid on as many items as you wish using the bid form below.
-A separate bid form must be used for each separate item you bid on. Only multiples of the same item (ex. "3 tables") can be on the same form.
-Bids may NOT be canceled once submitted. All bids are to come sealed and will remain sealed until the opening.
-It will not be possible to check on the status of any item. Please seriously consider your bid before placing it.
-Once bids are opened and reviewed, the highest bidder will be contacted. If the bidder does not come in to purchase/pick up the item(s) within 5 business days from initial contact, the next highest bidder will be contacted.
-All bids are considered legally binding so please be sure you are able to complete the purchase at the time you acquire the items should you be the winning bidder.

-Items won are to be paid for in full no later than the day items are picked-up.
-Delivery is not available.
-All items must be paid for in cash or via official bank check/money order. NO PERSONAL CHECKS.
-All items must be picked-up within (5) business days of being contacted.

-Herscher CUSD #2 reserves the right to withdraw any item from the auction at any time, without additional notice.
-Items are sold in "as is" condition.
-Devices are available in "as is" condition. There is no guarantee devices function.
Operating systems, office programs and other applications are not included. Accessories such as power cords, AV cords, adaptors, mice, keyboards, etc. not included.
-Herscher CUSD #2 reserves the right to reject any bid.
-In the event of a tie, the earliest received bid will win.

Click HERE for our Bid Form
By submitting a bid, prospective purchasers acknowledge acceptance of these conditions.

No items available at this time.

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District Budgets
2019-2020 Amended
2017-2018 Amended


FOIA Requests (Freedom of Information Act)
District FOIA Officer: Supt, Dr. Richard S. Decman

Requests should be directed to Dr. Decman: 501 N Main St., PO Box 504, Herscher IL 60941 or via email. The fee for black and white, letter or legal sized copies may not exceed 15 cents per page. However, no fees may be charged for the first 50 pages of black and white, letter or legal sized copies provided to the requester. (Requests received during the last 18 mos. found below.)

Received: December 14, 2018                                                   From  Kaza Rhan, Local Labs
Topic: Requested the following data on elected boards & officials: name, term start date, term end date, salary & email address.
Duration to Complete: 1 day

Received: January 2, 2019                                          From Bethany Simpson, Smart Procure
Topic: 1. purchase order #, 2. purchase date, 3. line item details, 4. line item qty, 5. line item price, 6. vendor ID #r, name, address, contact person and email address from 9-28-18-current and 7. beginning of fiscal year. Looking for preprogrammed software reports by manufacturer.
Duration to complete: 4 days

Received: January 15, 2019                                                        From: Nathan Mihelich, IRTA
: Name & email address of all teachers/administrators who are retiring in 2019.
Duration to complete: 1 day

Received: February 28, 2019                                         From: John Laadt, New York University
Topic: Requesting info. regarding charter school application rec'd. Jan '13-Feb '17 including approved & rejected applications. For every application, include the following:Charter School authorizer's name, authorizer's decision on the application and the date of the decision.
Duration to complete: 1 day

Received: March 26, 2019                                               From: Olivia Deloian, NBC5 Chicago
Topic: Documents showing which buildings have a storm shelter that meets the requirement of the ICC/NSSA Standard for the Design & Construction of Storm Shelters (ICC-500) including the location of each shelter relative to its assigned building. Also, for those buildings that do not have a storm shelter, provide documents showing how & where children in those buildings are to be sheltered, in case of a tornado emergency including the location of each shelter relative to its assigned building.
Duration to Complete: 5 days
Received: April 9, 2019                                              From: Bethany Simpson, Smart Procure 

Topic: 1. purchase order #, 2. purchase date, 3. line item details, 4. line item qty., 5. line item price, 6. vendor ID #r, name, address, contact person and email address from 1-07-19-current. Looking for preprogrammed software reports by manufacturer.
Duration to Complete: 1 day

Received: April 18, 2019                                          From: Louise Medina, SMART Local 265
Topic: Info. for new construction, renovation and/or maintenance work planned for any building owned/leased by the district. Also
names/contact info.of those contractor(s) and/or sub-contractors for scopes of work including: HVAC, Exhaust Systems, Architectural Metals used for weatherproofing and/or ornamental purposes, Gutters and/or downspouts, new installation and/or replacement of lockers; toilet partitions, kitchen renovations. Also wanting info. regarding current HVAC maintenance contracts.
Duration to complete: 3 days

Received: July 11, 2019                                              From: Bethany Simpson, Smart Procure
Topic: 1. purchase order #, 2. purchase date, 3. line item details, 4. line item qty., 5. line item price, 6. vendor ID #, name, address, contact person and email address from 4-9-2019 to current. Looking for preprogrammed software reports.
Duration to complete: 1 day
Received: August 14, 2019                                                 From: Vince Espinoza, Local Labs
Topic: Requested copies of all collective bargaining agreements in place as well as: First, MI, Last name of all employees, employee email addresses, start date, department, job title, compensation, compensation type (full-time, part-time, hourly) and organized labor unit name.
Duration to complete: 1 day
Received: August 28, 2019                                From: Tanner F., K12Transportation Research
Topic: Special Needs transportation contracts. specifically: vendor name, contract start/end date, annual contract amount & pricing details.
Duration to Complete: 1 day
Received: October 7, 2019                                                                      From: John Maxedon
Topic: Current contracts for the following positions: Supt., Asst. Supt., & Business Manager.
Duration to Complete: 1 day
Received: October 9, 2019                                                                      From: John Maxedon
Topic: Current student enrollment & total (overall) operating budget value for this school year
Duration to Complete: 1 day
Received: December 16, 2019                                                   From: Kaza Rhan, Local Labs
Topic; Requesting data on elected boards/officials. Specifically, name, term start date, term end date, salary and email addresses.
Duration to Complete: 1 day
Received: December 16, 2019                                   From: Josh Weinberg, Archangel Tablets
Topic: Copies of all documents in the possession of the district related to: any contracts & amendments/modifications entered into by the district including any related procurement documentation such as RFP proposal/bid materials from all bidders of 'RFP Herscher CUSD #2 FY2019-20'. The relevant time period for documents requested includes all documents from January 1, 2019 to present.
Duration to Complete: 3 days

Received: Jan 14, 2020                                              From: Bethany Simpson, Smart Procure
Topic: 1. purchase order number; 2. purchase date; 3. line item details; 4. line item quantity; 5. line item price, 6. vendor ID number, name, address, contact person and email address from 10-11-2019 to current. Looking for preprogrammed software reports.
Duration to complete: 1 day

Received: Jan 30, 2020                                                         From : Katie Kim, NBC5 Chicago
Topic: Requested any/all written agreements and/or contracts between district & companies that provide content filtering/monitoring software for district issued devices for students, including (but not limited to) Bark, Securly, Go Guardian, etc.: & documents sufficient to show policies/guidelines for district issued devices for students.
Duration to Complete: 1 day

Received: Feb 5, 2020                                                                From: Nathan Mihelich, IRTA
Topic: Name & email address of any certified staff who are retiring at the end of this year.
Duration to Complete: 1 day
Received: Feb 6, 2020                                                                            From: Amanda Wilson
Topic: Requested documents that would have involved her son's arm being scratched by his teacher & any investigation regarding that.
Duration to complete: 4 days

Received: Feb 27, 2020                                                      From: Vince Espinoza, Local Labs
Topic: requested copy of high school grading scales (i.e. A=90%-100%) for all district high schools
Duration to Complete: 1 day

Received: Feb 27, 2020                                                      From: Vince Espinoza, Local Labs
Topic: copies of all emails containing the word 'Trump" from the past 12 month
Duration to Complete: 1 day.                                   Request Denied as Voluminous Request.
Received: Apr 3, 2020                                                          From: Jen Weeks, SMART265.org
Topic: requested invoices, names & contact info. of contractors and/or sub-contractors that have been awarded and/or assigned work to be performed at any location owned, rented or leased by the district over the past 12 mos, which include: HVAC (heating, air conditioning, ventilation), Exhaust systems, HVAC maint. work and/or maint. agreements, Architectural metals, used for weather proofing and/or ornamental purposes, New installation and/or replacement of lockers and Kitchen renovations.
Duration to Complete: 4 days
Received: May 18, 2020                                                        From: Tania Campbell, DATABID
Topic: requested a list of companies who submitted proposals on the {Limestone Middle School CCTV} project that was due May 15, 2020.
Duration to Complete: 2 days
Received: May 29, 2020                                          From : Jonathan Fagg, ABC7 Data Fellow Topic: requested copy of information related to student attendance during the current period of remote learning. For this request, please provide a breakdown of attendance rates by school - by whatever measures your district is tracking engagement - as well as details of how attendance is being tracked in this period. Please provide information broken down by school in your district when remote learning began until the most current date available upon production.
Duration to Complete: 2 days
Received: July 17, 2020                                                     From: Ken Deloian, SmartProcure

Topic: 1. purchase order number; 2. purchase date; 3. line item details; 4. line item quantity; 5. line item price, 6. vendor ID number, name, address, contact person and email address from 1-13-2020 to current. Looking for preprogrammed software reports.
Duration to Complete: 3 days

Received: July 28, 2020                                                                        From: Steven Duplain
Topic: Names, job titles, email addresses and the most current and readily available salary information of all teachers and administrators at Herscher Cusd2 as of the date of this request.
Duration to Complete: 1 day

Miscellaneous District Reports

2019-2020 Admin Salary Report - All District Staff (2018-2019 data)
IMRF Employees $75,000 + Compensation Package Report (2018-2019 Info)
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