PBL Board of Education
The PBL Board of Education meets each month in the Board Room at PBL Junior High School. All meetings are open to the public and any guests are given an opportunity to address the board as an agenda item each month.The following is the tentative schedule of meetings for the 2016-17 school year:
Check here for agendas of special and regular board meetings, normally posted 3 days prior to the scheduled meeting.
Panthers Building Legacy
Lead Testing Informational Letter to Parents
Lead Testing Results
-PBL Junior High School
-PBL High School
Calendar of Meetings
Collective Bargaining Agreement 2015-18
Professional Evaluation Plan
Contracts Exceeding $25,000
Statement of Affairs
Student Growth Guide Book
Administrator and Teacher Salary and Benefits
School District Philosophy
The Paxton-Buckley-Loda C.U.S.D. #10 Board of Education is pledged to the following philosophy of education:
We are committed to the education of all children in Paxton-Buckley-Loda C.U.S.D. #10 who can benefit from public school education.
We are committed to the belief that education is the process whereby society utilizes its knowledge of learning to develop each individual to the highest degree possible as a member of a democratic society.
We are committed to the task of providing as solid a foundation of both academic or vocational knowledge and skills as each individual child’s ability will permit.
We are committed to the belief that individual differences exist in the school population and that differentiation of instruction is imperative if individual needs are to be met adequately; further, encouraged and challenged.
We are committed to the belief that every child should be encouraged and stimulated to be perceptive, to exercise critical thinking and to make logical decisions bases on facts.
We are committed to the task of developing in every child an understanding and appreciation of the force and ideals which have made America great, and a sense of personal responsibility as future citizens of the community, of Illinois, of the United States, and of the world.
We are committed to the provision for guidance that will foster the best possible vocational choices commensurate with the child’s ability.