The agenda for the meeting is posted on the main door of the school at 9241 S. Leavitt St. in Beverly and comes after talk surfaced over the holiday weekend about a 19th Ward school restructuring plan.
The discussion held mostly on neighborhood Facebook pages involved Kellogg as well as Sutherland Elementary School in Beverly, Mount Greenwood Elementary School and the Keller Regional Gifted Center also in Mount Greenwood.
Cory Overstreet, interim principal at Kellogg, said Tuesday morning that no such plan had been presented to him, and he was unaware of any other plans circulating within the Chicago Public Schools system.
"Right now, my focus is students and staff," said Overstreet, shortly after opening the doors of the school for the first day of class Tuesday.
According to the agenda posted at 5 p.m. Sunday, the meeting was called for by four LSC members: Dorcas Payne, Kecia Parsons, Emily Lambert and Linda Barnes-Hobbs.
Kellogg school has 226 students in kindergarten through eighth grade, according to the CPS website.
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