CHICAGO HEIGHTS | The Bloom Township District 206 School Board last week appointed Timothy Craddock to the position of assistant principal at Bloom Trail High School.
Superintendent Lennell Navarre nominated Craddock for the position, and the board unanimously approved. The appointment becomes effective July 1.
Craddock will coordinate different activities between school programs and the use of the building for various activities.
“We are very happy to have Tim in this position for Bloom Trail,” Navarre said. “He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to our district. Tim comes to us with eight previous years of experience as an assistant principal. He also has three years' experience as an adjunct professor.”
Craddock was previously an assistant principal at Wells High School in Chicago. His base salary is $97,000 a year, Navarre said.
The board approved a fund in the amount of $40,000 for the upcoming school year. The fund will be used for bookstores, textbook rentals, student welfare and other related accounts.
The School Board also gave its members and central office administrators the go-ahead to attend the 2013 Illinois Association of School Business Officials 81st joint annual conference from Nov. 22 to 24 in Chicago.
Mechanical Concepts, of Chicago, was awarded a bid of $249,888 for the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning replacement at Bloom Trail. The company was the lowest bidder.
The School Board also awarded a bid to J. L. Adler Roofing and Sheet Metal in the amount of $550,865 for re-roofing at Bloom Trail High School. A bid for $115,350 was awarded to Nowak Construction for concrete sidewalk replacement at Bloom High School.
A proposal from BR Athletic Facility Products for $4,066 for athletic services was approved.
The board also approved a request to waive rental fees from Temple of Praise Ministries for use of the Bloom Trail auditorium to perform a play in September.