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  • WINTER WEATHER GUIDELINES | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Winter Weather Guidelines Winter Weather Guidelines ​ When winter weather occurs, the safety and well-being of students is our top priority. It is always our goal to have school in session and we take the decision to close schools very seriously. How do we make the decision to open or close schools? When weather conditions are challenging, we make the decision to open or close schools based on careful consideration of several factors, including: Data from the National Weather Service with updates regarding temperature, wind chill, and snow/ice accumulation. Changes to the weather forecast during the course of the school day that indicates if conditions will improve or worsen. Transportation concerns, including anticipated concerns due to weather changes throughout the school day. Condition of mechanical systems to ensure electricity and heat are working properly. Condition of parking lots and sidewalks surrounding school buildings. Snow removal status and road conditions in the community. Discussions with surrounding school districts, including Morton District 201 and North Berwyn District 98. How will families be notified? Information is posted first on school and district websites , Facebook , and Twitter Emails/texts/phone calls to parents/guardians Local television and radio stations Emergency Closing Center's website *Please be sure that the school office has updated email and phone contacts Athletics/Extra-curricular activities If school is not in session, all athletic and extra-curricular activities, including practices, will be cancelled. In instances when school is in session and inclement weather is forecasted for after school hours, after school activities may be cancelled. Parents will be notified as early as possible in these situations. The Final Decision Parents/guardians ultimately make the decision if conditions safely allow for their children to attend school. If school is in session and you decide to keep your child home due to severe weather conditions, it will count as an excused absence. In this case, please contact the school office by 8:30 a.m. to let them know your child will not be in attendance. ​ ​

  • UPCOMING EVENTS | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Upcoming Events ​ Upcoming Events September 23 Board of Education Meeting Time: 7 PM – 9 PM Location: Heritage Middle School, 6850 W. 31st St., Berwyn, IL 60402 October 28 Board of Education Meeting Time: 7 PM – 9 PM Location: Heritage Middle School, 6850 W. 31st St., Berwyn, IL 60402 November 18 Board of Education Meeting Time: 7 PM – 9 PM Location: Heritage Middle School, 6850 W. 31st St., Berwyn, IL 60402 December 16 Board of Education Meeting Time: 7 PM – 9 PM Location: Heritage Middle School, 6850 W. 31st St., Berwyn, IL 60402 ​ ​

  • STUDENT HANDBOOK | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Student Handbook Student Handbook Please click on the buttons below to access the 2020/2021 Berwyn South School District 100 Student Handbook in both English and Spanish. Student Handbook English Student Handbook Spanish

  • FAMILIES | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Families Home Remote Learning Hybrid Learning At Home Learning Registration BSD100 School Calendar Powerschool Student Handbook Medical Forms Welcoming District Meal Program Welcoming Schools

  • 5ESSENTIALS | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    5Essentials Survey Berwyn South School District 100 families are invited to provide feedback to schools through 5Essentials, a survey that all Illinois public schools use to gather feedback from students, parents, and employees. Your participation in the parent portion of the survey will help us understand the conditions at your child’s school and guide improvement. Your identity and survey responses will be kept completely confidential and will never be connected to you or your child. Please click on the link below to access the survey. https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/ Las familias del Berwyn South School District 100 están invitadas a dar su opinión a las escuelas a través de “5Essentials”, una encuesta que todas las escuelas públicas de Illinois usan para obtener opiniones de los estudiantes, padres, y empleados. Su participación en la porción de la encuesta para padres nos ayudará a comprender las condiciones de la escuela de su hijo/a y guiar la mejora. Su identidad y respuestas a la encuesta serán confidenciales y nunca serán conectadas a su hijo/a. Por favor haga clic en el enlace debajo para acceder a la encuesta. https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/ ​ ​

  • LOW COST INTERNET | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Learn how Comcast is helping Keep Americans Connected As the country deals with the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Comcast is taking immediate steps to help connect Internet at home. more qualifying households to the Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, anyone who signs up for Internet Essentials will receive two free months of Internet service . They are also increasing the speed of the program to 25 Mbps downloads, and 3 Mbps uploads for all new and existing customers. 2020 Promo Flyer Internet Essentials English PDF Internet Essentials Spanish PDF Internet Essentials Sponsored Service

  • MCKINNEY-VENTO | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    McKinney-Vento ​ McKinney-Vento 2020-21 REGISTRATION FOR MCKINNEY-VENTO Berwyn South School District 100 will begin 2020-21 registration under McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act in August 2020. Please contact the Homeless Liaison at 708-795-2300 to schedule an appointment for registration. ​ ​ INSCRIPCIÓN 2020-21 PARA MCKINNEY-VENTO El Berwyn South School District 100 comenzará la inscripción 2020-21 bajo la Ley de Asistencia Educativa McKinney-Vento para Personas sin Hogar en agosto del 2020. Comuníquese con el Enlace de Personas sin Hogar al 708-795-2300 para programar una cita para la inscripción. ​ ​ ​ Homeless Liaison David Bruno email: dbruno@bsd100.org Links ​ Rights of Homeless Students What is McKinney-Vento? ​

  • FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS OLD JUNE | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Frequently Asked Questions Please scroll down the page or click on the links to the right to view information related to frequently asked questions in BSD100. Districtwide When is the official last day of school? School will end on June 1, 2020. This is subject to change What if I am not getting district, school or teacher emails? Please make sure your email address is up to date in powerschool. When does registration start? Registration is now open for all incoming kindergarteners. In early May, we will communicate to our families about open registration. All information on registration can be found here . Will meals be provided during the entire school closure period? Yes, BSD100 will continue to provide meals for our students. Please continue to check the BSD website for information. What support are available through the school district? BSD100 will continue to work collaboratively to support students with their academic, social/emotional, and career planning needs through a virtual environment. If you need assistance please reach out to your building principal or building social worker. Will BSD100 offer summer school? BSD100 will have more information on summer school in the coming weeks. Districtwide Elementary/Middle School Specific Technology Specific Questions COVID-19 Related Elementary/Middle School Specific Where can I find information on remote learning? Information can be found on the BSD100 website or by clicking here . Will there be a Springfield trip This event has been canceled by the company. It is our intentions to take the students in the 2020 fall semester. Will there be an 8th grade boat trip? This event has been canceled by the company. Will there be a promotion ceremony for 8th grade students? We acknowledge there are concerns regarding how this order could impact end-of-year activities and events including 8th grade promotion. We, of course, share these concerns with you, and will communicate with you as soon as we determine our course of action. Back to the top of the page Technology Specific Questions What if I am having technology issues at home. If you are experiencing technology-related issues and need support, please use this link . Where can I find more information about BSD 100 Cyber Safety? Please use this link to see more information on BSD100 Cyber Safety . What is Zoom? ZOOM combines video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration and is used by teachers to connect with students in the remote learning environment. The app contributes to the implementation of remote instruction by having an additional video option available Is Zoom safe for students? BSD100 is providing Zoom securely through Clever. Clever Zoom integration remains the safest deployment of the Zoom platform. We continue to monitor and provide guidance to our teacher to ensure our student safety. What is Google hangouts? Google Hangouts is part of our G-Suite for Education platform and consists of Google Meet and Google Chat. Google Meet supports video conferencing while Google Chat supports text messaging between users. Back to the top of the page COVID-19 Related How do I talk to my children about COVID-19? Talking about COVID-19 can be overwhelming to parents, so it can be even more challenging to share the right amount of information with kids. Here are a few resources to help you explain what’s happening. Will you inform us if a BSD100 employee contracts COVID-19? We will follow the guidance of our local health departments on informing families appropriately. How do I request fee waiver if I am having financial hardships due to COVID-19? If your family is experiencing financial hardships we encourage you to complete the fee waiver and submit to forms@bsd100.org I have questions about COVID-19. Who can I contact The IDPH is prepared to answer your questions about COVID-19: call the hotline at (800) 889-3931 or email DPH.SICK@ILLINOIS.GOV . Back to the top of the page

  • LANGUAGE ACQUISITION | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Language Acquisition Language Acquisition ​ Welcome! ¡Bienvenidos! Ahora que comienza el nuevo ciclo escolar 2020-2021, debemos de recordar que todo inicio representa nuevos retos y sueños por cumplir, sin embargo también da oportunidad a nuevas aventuras por vivir en compañía de todos sus compañeros y maestros. Nuestro principal objetivo es formar el desarrollo lingüístico y académico de nuestros estudiantes. Les deseamos a todos un año escolar lleno de aprendizaje. Now that the new 2020-2021 school year begins, we must remember that every beginning represents new challenges and dreams to fulfill, but it also gives the opportunity to new adventures to live in the company of all classmates and teachers. Our main objective is to form the linguistic and academic development of our students. We wish you all a school year full of learning. VISION Students in the department of language acquisition will become bilingual, bi-literate, bicultural, and be high academic achievers by the time they graduate from 8th grade. ​ OUR MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the language services department is to empower and instill pride in children’s bilingual, bi-literate, and bicultural identity in order for them to be successful global citizens who will be college and career ready. We commit to redefining bilingual education through the use of an additive model that includes the integration of effective biliteracy and bicultural practices that embrace the whole child. ​ VISIÓN Los estudiantes en el departamento de adquisición del idioma se convertirán en estudiantes bilingües, biliterales, biculturales y tendrán alto rendimiento académico cuando se gradúen del 8vo grado. NUESTRA MISION La misión del departamento de servicios de idiomas es capacitar e inculcar orgullo en el bilingüismo y la iliteraria de los niños, y su identidad bicultural con el fin de que sean ciudadanos globales exitosos que estarán preparados con habilidades para funcionar en la universidad y en una carrera. Nos comprometemos a la redefinición de la educación bilingüe a través del uso de un modelo aditivo que incluye la integración de las prácticas de alfabetización bilingüe y bicultural eficaces que abarcan al niño en su totalidad. Jeanette Briseño Director of Language Acquisition/Directora de Adquisición de Lenguaje 708-303-4021 Welcome to the Department of Language Acquisition ​ As the department director, I am here to answer any question you may have regarding our language programs. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in learning more about what our programs offer. ​ Bienvenido al Departamento de Adquisición de Lenguaje Como directora del departamento estoy aquí para responder a cualquier pregunta que tenga acerca de nuestros programas de lenguaje. Siéntase libre de ponerse en contacto conmigo si usted está interesado en aprender más sobre lo que ofrecen nuestros programas. ​ ​ Jeanette Briseño Director of Language Acquisition Directora de Adquisición de Lenguaje 708-303-4021 jbriseno@bsd100.org Bilingual Parent Advisory Committee Members (BPAC) Miembros del Comité Asesor de Padres Bilingües 2020-2021 Sra. Mariely Martinez (Presidenta) ellie12ro@gmail.com Gladys Sánchez - Vicepresidenta Bárbara Avalos- Secretaria CLICK HERE TO SEE THE DR. POTOWSKI SPECIAL EVENT DUAL LANGUAGE ENGLISH AS AN ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE RESOURCES ASSESSMENT BPAC FLYERS

  • BUSINESS & FINANCE | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Business & Finance Business & Finance For more information please contact: Jennifer Hosty , Business Manager, CSBO. jhosty@bsd100.org Ext. 4008 Toni LeGare, tlegare@bsd100.org Ext. 4007 ● Payroll Services ● TRS and IMRF Benefits ● OMNI/403b & 457 plans ● Food Service Coordinator • Loan Verification Ariana Macedo, amacedo@bsd100.org Ext. 4013 ● Employee Health Benefits ● Employee Assistance Program ● Student Activity Account ● FMLA Family Medical Leave Act requests ● Injury Incidents and Workman’s Compensation ● University Course Approval/Tuition Reimbursement and Lane Changes ​ Carolina Macedo, cmacedo@bsd100.org Ext. 4002 ● Accounts Payable ● Medical Reimbursements • Purchase Order Processing ​ ​ Finance Publications Public Act 0609 requires school districts to post their IMRF compensation report in the district offices. The district offices of Berwyn South School District 100 are located at: LaVergne Education Center 3401 Gunderson Ave. Berwyn, IL 60402 Below you will find our most current budget, Annual Financial Report, and Auditor's Report. ​ Berwyn South Budget FY21 Berwyn South Audit FY20 Berwyn South AFR FY20 Berwyn South Audit FY19 Berwyn South AFR FY19 Berwyn South Audit FY18 Berwyn South AFR FY18 Berwyn South AFR FY17 Berwyn South Audit FY17 Berwyn South AFR FY16 Berwyn South Audit FY16 Berwyn South AFR FY15 Berwyn South Audit FY15 Administrators' Salary Compensation Report ​ Public Act 96-0434 requires that school districts post the Administrators' Salary Compensation Report on or before October 1st of each year. ​ Administrator Comp Report FY19 IMRF Compensation Report FY19 Budget Implementation Act Requirements ​ Public Act 95-707 requires that school districts post all collective bargaining agreements. ​ Teacher Contract 2019-2020 Paraprofessional Contract 19-22 Custodial Contract 18-23 Approved 2020-2022 Professional Negotiation Agreement

Phone: 708-795-2300 /     Fax: 708-795-2317  /     3401 Gunderson Ave. Berwyn, IL  60402

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