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    Superintendent A Message From Our Superintendent The word "community" truly exemplifies what it means to be a student or staff member in District 100. We consider ourselves a team of educators who partner with families to live our vision of inspiring a passion for learning in every child. We believe our students deserve the very best instruction and resources and we continue to invest in curriculum and professional development that supports rigorous, engaging, and personalized learning environments for our students. I grew up in Berwyn and attended District 100 as a student. I’ve now had the pleasure of serving students and families in the South Berwyn community for more than 25 years. It’s the people who live here and work here that make it such an incredible place for students to learn, grow, and give back to their community. Dr. Mary Havis Superintendent email: phone: 708-303-4033


    Freedom of Information Act Freedom of Information Act Please click on the link below to access the form in PDF format ​ ​ FOIA 2022-2023


    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


    Board Policies Manual Board Policies Manual Please click on the link below to view the full Board Policies Manual ​ Board Policy Manual Online ​ Home Superintendent Board Members Board Goals Agendas and Minutes Board Policy Manual Meetings Dates & Recordings


    Welcoming Schools Welcoming Schools ​ Berwyn South School District 100 is committed to fostering an inclusive environment for all students, families and staff regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. To that end, we pledge to continually review our policies, procedures, curriculum and teaching practices to ensure a safe, affirming and healthy school environment where every child can learn and all families feel welcome. ​ Administrative Procedure for Gender Support Gender Support Plan (Courtesy of Gender Spectrum) ​ District Equity & Advocacy Resources (DEAR) Committee Members: ​ Administrator: Beatriz Maldonado Emerson: Luz Macias & Jennifer Kruger Hiawatha: Justin Gonzalez, Katelyn McCloskey, Melissa Pierson & Molly Knott Irving: Rebecca Blaufuss Komensky: James Jazo & Kristina Adamczewski Pershing: Alanna Maloney Piper: Andrea Siegler & Alyssa Harsha Freedom: Beth Iverson Heritage: Michelle Brezek Resources: Illinois Safe Schools Alliance Lurie Children's Hospital Gender Development Services Welcoming Schools


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


    Standard Based Reporting ​ District 100 and Standards-Based Reporting During the 2015-2016 year Berwyn South School District 100 implemented a new and improved Standards Based Report Card. Standards-Based report cards provide accurate and timely feedback for students, parents, and teachers, as student progress is measured throughout the year. As the district continues to implement Common Core, Illinois State standards, and NGSS standards, our new and improved report cards will continue to provide a more detailed and comprehensive outlook on student achievement and growth. As background, during the 2014-2015 school year, a committee was formed to research Standards-Based Reporting and best practices, while implementing and executing a transition away from traditional grading. Over twenty District staff members and administrators, along with members of the community, dedicated themselves to constructing a best fit for South Berwyn. The committee developed a report card that it felt best fit our community. We are extremely pleased that the transition to Standards-Based Reporting at all eight District 100 Schools went smoothly, and during 2016-2017 we will continue to provide this more specific feedback on student learning. ​ ​ Standards Based Grading Please click the link below to access an example of the standards based grading BSD100 utilizes ​ This example is intended to show how BSD100 takes many standards and reports on a larger defined principal ELA Standards PDF ​


    District Office Staff District Office Staff Office of the Superintendent Dr. Mary Havis, Superintendent ​ Mirna Pedraza, Administrative Assistant for the Superintendent and Board of Education ​ Click here to visit the Superintendent page ​ Business Office Jenny Hosty, Business Manager, CSBO ​ Toni LeGare, Administrative Assistant for the Business Office ​ Melanie Coffey, Administrative Assistant for the Business & Personnel ​ Carolina Macedo, Administrative Assistant for the Business Office ​ Victor Tello, Transportation Coordinator ​ Lupita DeLa Riva, Administrative Assistant for Transportation ​ Click here to visit the Business Office page ​ Office of Teaching & Learning Beatriz Maldonado, Assistant Superintendent of Teaching & Learning ​ Karina Cruz, Administrative Assistant for Teaching & Learning ​ Jeanette Briseno, Director of Language Acquisition ​ Ivonne Weber, Administrative Assistant for Language Acquisition ​ Lindsey Sinde, Director of Learning Management & Assessment ​ Samantha Shuman, Director of Instructional Innovation ​ Amanda Thompson, Preschool Director ​ Elias Salgado, Administrative Assistant for Preschool ​ Leah O’Donnell, Literacy Coordinator ​ Christine Ivnik Math Coordinator ​ Theresa Adelphia Biliteracy Coordinator ​ Click here to visit the Teaching & Learning page ​ Office of Special Education Sarah Fies Special Education Director ​ Maria Argueta, Administrative Assistant for Special Education ​ Joel Dukett, Special Education Coordinator ​ Click here to visit the Special Education page Office of Technology Jim Kloss, Director of Information Technologies ​ Justine Alegado, Administrative Assistant for Technology ​ Sally Caicedo Student Management & Data Specialist ​ Jay Ivetic, IT Network Specialist ​ Matthew Nauden, IT Network Specialist ​ Ernesto Zamudio, IT Network Specialist ​ Jay Manske, IT Apple Certified Technician ​ Click here to visit the Technology page ​ Office of Buildings & Grounds George Lambesis, Director of Buildings & Grounds ​ Paulino Sanchez, Assistant Director of Buildings and Grounds ​ Bianca Sanchez, Administrative Assistant for Buildings & Grounds ​ Click here to visit the Buildings & Grounds page ​ ​ ​ ​


    Bid/Proposal Opportunities Bid/Proposal Opportunities ​ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Berwyn South School District 100 will accept sealed proposals for Blight Abatement and Site Stabilization for approx. 159,000 square feet of land located at 3000 Ridgeland, Berwyn, IL 60402. Proposals are to be sealed and marked "3000 Ridgeland" and delivered to: Jennifer Hosty, Business Manager, Berwyn South School District 100, 3401 Gunderson Ave, Berwyn, IL, 60402 and will be accepted until 1:00PM on Wednesday July 19 th , 2023 at which time they will be publicly opened. Copies of the Bid Specification will be available online at beginning Thursday July 6 th , 2023. Contact George Lambesis or Paulino Sanchez at 708-303-4024 with any questions. The Board of Education reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals or any part thereof; and to award a contract deemed to be in the best interest of the Board of Education. ​ Contact Bianca Sanchez at for Bid Specs.


    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


    Menu & Meal Program Meal & Menu Program Menu ​ ​ Please click on the link below for more Menu information ​ ​ ​ ​ Meal Program We are pleased to inform you that Berwyn South School District 100 will continue to participate in the Community Eligibility Option (CEP) program offered by the United States Department of Agriculture for the 2023 /2024 school year. This program allows us to provide a breakfast and lunch to our enrolled students at no cost to families. Parents or guardians are not required to apply or provide documentation for free or reduced fee breakfast and lunch. Parents or guardians do, however, need to complete a household and income eligibility form with proper documentation to determine qualification for free or reduced registration and school fees. USDA guidelines stipulate that students must select three (3) out of five (5) healthy food components at each meal – one of which must be a fruit or vegetable - for a healthy, balanced breakfast and/or lunch. Also, students are not allowed to take milk alone. Milk must be combined with a fruit or vegetable and one other component to total 3 items. Updates about menus and programs will be posted on . To learn more about healthy school meals visit or . We hope you and your children have a great year! Please feel free to call us with any questions or comments. ​ ​ Programa de comidas Nos complace informarle que Berwyn South School District 100 continuará participando en el programa Community Eligibility Option (CEP) ofrecido por el Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos para el año escolar 2023-2024. Este programa nos permite proporcionar el desayuno y el almuerzo a nuestros estudiantes matriculados sin costo para las familias. Los padres o tutores no están obligados a presentar una solicitud o proporcionar documentación para el desayuno y almuerzo gratis o con tarifa reducida. Sin embargo, los padres o tutores deben completar un formulario de elegibilidad del hogar y los ingresos con la documentación adecuada para determinar calificación para matrícula y cuotas escolares gratuitas o reducidas. Las pautas del USDA estipulan que los estudiantes deben seleccionar tres (3) de cinco (5) componentes de alimentos saludables en cada comida, uno de los cuales debe ser una fruta o verdura, para un desayuno y / o almuerzo saludable y equilibrado. Además, los estudiantes no pueden tomar leche solamente. La leche debe combinarse con una fruta o verdura y otro componente para un total de 3 elementos. Las actualizaciones sobre menús y programas se publicarán en . Para obtener más información sobre las comidas escolares saludables, visite o . ¡Esperamos que usted y sus hijos tengan un gran año! No dude en llamarnos si tiene preguntas o comentarios ​ ​ ​ Jennifer Hosty Business Manager 708-303-4008 ​ ​ Please contact Aramark directly through the number and email listed below: Jordan Callahan Food Service Director 708-234-3701 ​ Monthly Meal Plan Current Meal Flyers Monthly Menu Monthly Menu


    Upcoming Events ​ Upcoming Events Please check back soon for information about events happening around D100! Upcoming Board of Education Meetings ​ September 20, 2023 Board of Education Meeting Time: 7 PM – 9 PM Location: Heritage Middle School, 6850 W. 31st St., Berwyn, IL 60402 ​ October 25, 2023 Board of Education Meeting Time: 7 PM – 9 PM Location: Heritage Middle School, 6850 W. 31st St., Berwyn, IL 60402 November 15 , 2023 Board of Education Meeting Time: 7 PM – 9 PM Location: Heritage Middle School, 6850 W. 31st St., Berwyn, IL 60402 ​ ​

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