Professional Personnel Leadership Committee (PPLC)

PPLC Meeting Date

June 2, 2023 3:30 pm in room 209


See Agenda below

PPLC Members Lincoln Park High School 2022-2023

Sandra Koehler-Chair David Coddens-co chair

Kristen Bruscato; Danielle Crown; Elizabeth Drake; Federico Luque-Macias; Chris Merle; Neha Patel


The Illinois School Reform Law requires the establishment of a Professional Personnel Leadership Committee (PPLC) at each attendance center. The purpose of this committee is to advise the principal and the local school council (LSC) of the attendance center on matters relating to the educational program, including, but not limited to, the curriculum and the development and implementation of the School Improvement Plan. 105 ILCS 5/34-2.4a. 

The purpose of the PPLC is to develop and formally present recommendations to the principal and the LSC on all matters related to the educational program, including but not limited to, curriculum, school improvement plan development and implementation, and school budgeting.

The PPLC shall meet with the principal at least once a month to make recommendations regarding the specific methods and content of the school's curriculum and to make other educational improvement recommendations approved by the PPLC. A PPLC report on these matters may be placed on the LSC's monthly agenda. 

PPLC meetings are open to the public to attend and are able to address the PPLC at every meeting

Posting public notices and agendas for all of PPLC meetings will be posted at least forty-eight (48) hours in advance.

If you have questions about the PPLC please contact the PPLC Chair Sandra C. Koehler at [email protected]

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