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    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. ​ ​


    External Communication Survey - Communications Survey - ​ ​ The Board of Education conducted a Communications Survey for parents and community members in English and Spanish in the Spring/Summer of 2015. The results are published here. A work plan was recommended to the Board of Education and is posted below. ​ District100 Comm Survey - Eng Comunicaciones Distrito 100 survey - Spanish Communications Committee Work Plan Plan de Trabajo del Comité de Comunicaciones Home Superintendent Board Members Board Goals Agendas and Minutes External Communication Board Policy Manual Meetings Dates & Recordings


    Professional Development Professional Development in D100 Berwyn South School District 100 is committed to facilitating ongoing professional learning for its staff. As such, we adhere to the Learning Forward Standards for Professional Learning. These standards guide the design, implementation, and evaluation of professional learning activities in Berwyn South School District 100 as required by the Illinois State Board of Education. "Learning Forward's standards outline the essential elements of and conditions for professional learning that strengthens educator effectiveness and increases student learning. Widespread attention to the standards increases equity of access to high-quality education for every student, not just for those lucky enough to attend schools in more advantaged communities" ( ). Our standards for PD focus on: Learning Communities Leadership Resources Data Learning Designs Implementation Outcomes In addition to participation in professional development opportunities on Institute Days, at after-school workshops, and by attending conferences, Berwyn South School District 100 staff are actively engaging in asynchronous learning options via webinars, Twitter chats, the EdLeadersNetwork, etc. The intended outcome of all Berwyn South School District 100 professional development is to increase educators' practice in order to facilitate successful student learning.


    What is the 2020 Census? ​ Census 2020 ​ District 100 is proud to be partnering with the City of Berwyn and the U.S. Census Bureau to share important information about the 2020 Census and encourage our community to be counted! ​ ¡El Distrito 100 se enorgullece de asociarse con la ciudad de Berwyn y la Oficina del Censo de EE. UU. para compartir información importante sobre el Censo 2020 y alentar a nuestra comunidad a ser contados! ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Job Opportunities In advance of the 2020 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting hundreds of thousands of people for temporary jobs across the United States and Puerto Rico. ​ Please click the link below for more information and find out what jobs might be available for you ​ ​ ​ ​ Please click for 2020 Census info Please click for 2020 Census Job info CENSUS 2 IMAGES-2020-980 x 571-v01-150 SIS Week Social Media_Facebook_Twitter_L CENSUS BSD100-2020-980 x 571-v02 CENSUS 2 IMAGES-2020-980 x 571-v01-150 1/4 The 2020 Census and Confidentiality - El Censo del 2020 y la Confidencialidad


    Preschool Information Preschool ​ Welcome Parents/Guardians To Berwyn South School District 100's Preschool Program Berwyn South School District 100 provides preschool programming for children from ages 3 to 5 year olds. Mission Statement: Berwyn South School District 100's Preschool Program aims to provide positive, appropriate, learning opportunities for all children. We believe in: * Developmentally appropriate play-based learning environment * Providing a child-centered, nurturing, and safe environment * Collaborating between families, staff, and community partners * Including and adapting lessons to meet the individual needs of children All children are required to complete a screening evaluation to determine eligibility prior to preschool enrollment. For additional information please contact: Adm. Assistant for the Preschool Program: Preschool Program Director: Amanda Thompson: Phone: 708-303-4028


    Bringing BSD100 Back District 100’s Return to School Road Map: Bringing BSD100 Back includes a full remote start for students on August 24. The return to school translation highlights are outlined below. School begins for all students on Monday, August 24. The school year will begin for all students remotely and will progress through hybrid to full in-person learning, as guidance allows. Assuming our state and region remain in Phase 4 and it is safe bring students back to school at half capacity, hybrid learning may begin after 5 weeks. Regular checkpoints are built into the plan to determine next steps. The first checkpoint is after 5 weeks (September 25) and the second checkpoint is at the end of Quarter 1 (October 23). The remote learning model will be enhanced from the spring to include more live lessons and direct instruction, structured schedules, small group supports, and independent, self-paced activities. Student work will be submitted and standards-based grading will be implemented as usual at each grade level. Flexibility will be provided for students to complete learning activities after regular school hours. Schools will be open and accessible to students for individual academic, social-emotional, and related-service support. Opportunities for in-person options for some students, including students with IEPs, 504 plans, and English language learners, will be available. Meal service will be available for pick-up at all school sites. A decision to move from remote learning to hybrid learning will be determined based on state and local guidance. Road Map Overview Road Map Overview Spanish Remote Learning 2.0 Remote Learning 2.0 Spanish Hybrid Learning Hybrid Learning: Health & Safety Four Phase Transition to Hybrid Remote to Hybrid by Grade In-Person Learning Frequently Asked Questions


    Click below to complete this important hybrid learning survey ​ Hybrid Learning Survey Close Window