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  • UPCOMING EVENTS | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Upcoming Events ​ Upcoming Events January 26, 2022 Board of Education Meeting Time: 7 PM – 9 PM Location: Heritage Middle School, 6850 W. 31st St., Berwyn, IL 60402 February 23, 2022 Board of Education Meeting Time: 7 PM – 9 PM Location: Heritage Middle School, 6850 W. 31st St., Berwyn, IL 60402 March 23, 2022 Board of Education Meeting Time: 7 PM – 9 PM Location: Heritage Middle School, 6850 W. 31st St., Berwyn, IL 60402 ​ ​

  • AGENDAS & MINUTES | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Agendas & Approved Minutes Agendas & Approved Minutes Click here to view Board of Education meeting agendas and approved minutes Home Superintendent Board Members Board Goals Agendas and Minutes Board Policy Manual Meetings Dates & Recordings

  • MEETING DATES, RECORDINGS, PRESENTATIONS | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Meeting Dates/Recordings/Presentations Board of Education Scheduled meetings 2020/2021 Please click for 21-22 schedule information Board of Education Meetings 2021 Board of Education Meetings 2020 Board of Education Meetings 2019 Board of Education Meetings 2018 Board of Education Meetings 2017

  • STUDENT DATA PRIVACY | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Student Data Privacy Student Data Privacy; Notice to Parents About Educational Technology Vendors School districts throughout the State of Illinois contract with different educational technology vendors for beneficial K-12 purposes such as providing personalized learning and innovative educational technologies, and increasing efficiency in school operations. ​ Under Illinois’ Student Online Personal Protection Act, or SOPPA (105 ILCS 85/), educational technology vendors and other entities that operate Internet websites, online services, online applications, or mobile applications that are designed, marketed, and primarily used for K-12 school purposes are referred to in SOPPA as operators. SOPPA is intended to ensure that student data collected by operators is protected, and it requires those vendors, as well as school districts and the Ill. State Board of Education, to take a number of actions to protect online student data. Depending upon the particular educational technology being used, our District may need to collect different types of student data, which is then shared with educational technology vendors through their online sites, services, and/or applications. Under SOPPA, educational technology vendors are prohibited from selling or renting a student’s information or from engaging in targeted advertising using a student’s information. Such vendors may only disclose student data for K-12 school purposes and other limited purposes permitted under the law. ​ In general terms, the types of student data that may be collected and shared include personally identifiable information (PII) about students or information that can be linked to PII about students, such as: • Basic identifying information, including student or parent/guardian name and student or parent/guardian contact information, username/password, student ID number • Demographic information • Enrollment information • Assessment data, grades, and transcripts • Attendance and class schedule • Academic/extracurricular activities • Special indicators (e.g., disability information, English language learner, free/reduced meals or homeless/foster care status) • Conduct/behavioral data • Health information • Food purchases • Transportation information • In-application performance data • Student-generated work • Online communications • Application metadata and application use statistics • Permanent and temporary school student record information Operators may collect and use student data only for K-12 purposes, which are purposes that aid in the administration of school activities, such as: • Instruction in the classroom or at home (including remote learning) • Administrative activities • Collaboration between students, school personnel, and/or parents/guardians • Other activities that are for the use and benefit of the school district Click here for a list of approved operators and applications. The list of approved vendors will be updated as privacy agreements are received.

  • STUDENT HANDBOOK | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Student Handbook Student Handbook Please click on the buttons below to access the 2021/2022 Berwyn South School District 100 Student Handbook in both English and Spanish. Student Handbook English Student Handbook Spanish

  • SPECIAL EDUCATION | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    Special Education Special Education Welcome! Berwyn South School District 100 Special Education Department ​ Berwyn South School District 100 offers a full continuum of Special Education services to those students who have undergone a case study evaluation and have been found eligible to receive additional educational support during their school day. Following state and federal laws that establish criteria for eligibility, schools are required to provide services to a child between the ages of 3 and 21 to address the adverse effect of a disability on his/her education. Special education is instruction and related services provided by special education personnel or by a general education program that has been modified through the use of special education support services, supplementary aids, or other special programming. Related services are support services that may be provided to assist a student in accessing his/her academic program. Related services include, but are not limited to, the following: occupational therapy, physical therapy, psychological services, social work services, and speech and language services. The student’s individual education plan (IEP) will determine the services and amount of time needed to meet the student’s academic or behavioral needs. Students with disabilities who do not qualify for an individualized education program under the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, may qualify for services under Section 504 of the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 if the student (i) has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, (ii) has a record of a physical or mental impairment, or (iii) is regarded as having a physical or mental impairment. Questions about the identification, assessment and placement of students should be directed to Ryan Kozin, Assistant Director of Special Education at 708-795-2300 ext. 4032 ​ Ryan Kozin Assistant Director of Special Education Berwyn South District 100 ​ For additional information please contact: ​ Assistant Superintendent of Staff and Student Services: David Bruno Email: druno@bsd100.org Phone: 708-303-4031 ​ ​ Assistant Director of Special Education: Ryan Kozin Email: rkozin@bsd100.org Phone: 708-303-4032 ​ ​ District Level Special Education Coordinator Deena Custodio Email: dcustodio@bsd100.org Phone: 708-303-4004 ​ ​ Administrative Assistant to the Director of Special Education Maria Argueta Email: margueta@bsd100.org Ext. 4022 ​

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    District 100 is currently aware of issues surrounding P-EBT cards mailed to households from the Illinois Department of Human Services. We recognize the frustration families are experiencing and are currently working with the Illinois State Board of Education to resolve this state-wide situation. Berwyn South School District 100 El Distrito 100 está consciente de los problemas con las tarjetas P-EBT enviadas a los hogares por el Departamento de Servicios Humanos de Illinois. Reconocemos la frustración que las familias están experimentando y estamos en este momento trabajando con el Consejo de Educación de Illinois para resolver esta situación que afecta a todo el estado. Berwyn South School District 100 Close Window

  • 1:1 WIRELESS DEVICE PROGRAM | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    1:1 Wireless Device Program 1:1 Wireless Device Program ​ Berwyn South School District 100 is committed to providing the top educational opportunities and resources for our students, faculty, and staff. Integrating technology into the classroom is essential for student growth when developing skills for creativity, critical thinking and problem-solving. With the support of the district community, our teachers have engaged in professional development experiences to ensure students are applying their understanding of grade-level standards through creative opportunities and immediate feedback. By instilling a growth mindset in each of our students, we are able to inspire them to navigate their personal learning journey and goals as they engage in their grade-level content and their device. Our district provides resources to help support students thrive in flexible learning environments. Their learning environments consist of: · Adopting a 1:1 iPad program for K-8 since 2012 · Setting policies and procedures for selecting and loading appropriate subject-driven/grade-level apps onto devices. · Providing interactive displays in classrooms. · Staff-led professional development opportunities · Furniture and learning spaces that support student collaboration and multiple learning styles · Keeping up to date with a strong infrastructure to support learning In support of Berwyn South School District 100’s 1:1 Instructional Program, students, parents, teachers, and staff collaborate together to ensure the success of our program. You can find the information for our Student Digital Guide below and our recent recognition for our Apple Distinguished Schools here . We invite you to visit our district to learn more about our exciting technology initiative. ​ ​ ​ Site Visit Requests ​ If you would like to learn with us please fill out this Google Form to request a date for a Site Visit . ​ ​

  • PRESCHOOL | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

    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: Elias Salgado Administrative Assistant for the Preschool Program Email: esalgado@bsd100.org Phone: 708-303-4040 ​ Virtual Screening Information Preschool Screenings Parent Resources Preschool Staff & Locations Out of gallery

  • COMMUNITY | BSD100 DISTRICT SITE

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