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    Remote Learning 2.0 At Home Learning Remote Learning 2.0 Spanish School Powerlearning Pages Additional Resources Top of Page Top of Page Please click the school logo links below to access your teachers' PowerLearning pages. Links to additional resources for assisting your student while remotely learning can be found below. Additional Resources Low Cost Internet At Home Learning Curriculum Page Technical Support


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    Hybrid Learning Road Map Overview Road Map Overview Spanish Hybrid Learning Hybrid Learning: Health & Safety Frequently Asked Questions Hybrid Learning: Health & Safety Spanish Hybrid Learning Spanish Covid-19 Dashboard Top of Page Please click the school logo links below to access your teachers' PowerLearning pages. Links to additional resources for assisting your student while remotely learning can be found below. Additional Resources Low Cost Internet At Home Learning Curriculum Page Technical Support


    Assessments Assessments ​ District 100 administers several district-level assessments each year. Teachers and administrators use these assessments to monitor student progress, inform instructional decisions, evaluate program effectiveness, and measure progress on district and school improvement goals. State Assessments Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) (Grades 3-8) The IAR is an achievement assessment that measures knowledge and skills aligned to the English language arts and mathematics Illinois State Learning Standards. Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) (Students with significant cognitive disabilities in Grades 3-8) The DLM measures student performance on alternative achievement standards. Illinois Science Assessment (ISA) (Grades 5 and 8) The ISA measures progress in meeting the Next Generation Science Standards. Assessing Comprehension and Communication in English State-to-State (ACCESS) (English Language Learners in Grades K-8) The ACCESS test measures developmental progress in English proficiency in reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Kindergarten Individual Development Survey (KIDS) KIDS is an observation-based tool that documents school readiness in kindergarten students. District Assessments ​ AIMSweb (Kindergarten students and other grade levels as needed) AIMSweb includes a variety of assessments that measure the development of early reading. Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System (Grades K-5) F&P is a one-on-one assessment used to identify students' independent and instructional reading level. NWEA Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) (Grades 2-8) MAP is an adaptive assessment that measures academic growth in reading and mathematics. STAR 360 Spanish Assessment (Students in grades K-2 Bilingual or Dual language programs) STAR is an adaptive assessment that measures academic growth in reading and mathematics. Teaching Strategies GOLD (Preschool) Teaching Strategies Gold is an observation-based tool that documents progress on early learning skills. Fitness Gram Benchmark Assessment (Grades 4-8) Fitness Gram measures health-related physical fitness and focuses on personal goals and individual growth. D100 Report Card Emerson Report Card Hiawatha Report Card Irving Report Card Komensky Report Card Pershing Report Card Piper Report Card Freedom Report Card Heritage Report Card


    Transportation Department Transportation Department ​ Bus transportation is provided to students who meet the criteria as stipulated in Public School Laws due to distance, hazard roads crossings or student needs. A new form must be completed yearly for all students and whenever a change in transportation is requested. Please complete one form for each student and return it to the school office. If you have any questions contact the transportation department at 708-303-4011. Transportación escolar se ofrecerá a los estudiantes que cumplan con los requisitos en las Leyes de la Escuela Publica, debido a los caminos de peligro, distancia, cruces o las necesidades de los estudiantes. Llene un formulario nuevo anualmente para cada alumno y cuando haya algún cambio a la solicitud de transporte. Llene un formulario para cada alumno y envíelo(s) a la oficina de su escuela. Si tiene alguna pregunta por favor comuníquese con el departamento de transportación al 708-303-4011. ​ ​ For any questions or information in regard to transportation please contact any of the following below: Director of Transportation: Jenny Hosty Phone: 708-303-4008 Email: Transportation Coordinator: Victor Tello Phone: 708-303-4011 Email: ​ ​ Transportation request forms for the school year Please submit all forms to the front office at your child’s school. ​ Click the links below to access these forms: ​ - English transportation request form - Spanish transportation request form


    Learning Software Links Professional Development in D100 ​ Learning Software Links District 100 Learning Software Links: BookFlix - A collection of authentic books that are marketed by Scholastic. They are provided on the digital platform in both English and Spanish. ​ IXL - This program is utilized in the K-8 level, to support basic math and fact practice and to individualize practice for students based on the skills that need further development. Lexia - Lexia Reading Core Program provides personalized learning on fundamental literacy skills for students in grades Pre-K to 5. myON - myON is an online resource for enhanced digital text for all D100 students. This platform gives student access to over 4000, authentic, leveled text for use during independent and guided reading. PowerSchool - This is a student information system used in the classroom for attendance, grades, and other student management functions. RazKids - Students use RazKids to read and listen to books. Parent SAMR Information Parent Presentation SAMR Video Parent Concerns in the Digital Age


    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: Phone: 708-303-4031 ​ ​ Assistant Director of Special Education: Ryan Kozin Email: Phone: 708-303-4032 ​ ​ District Level Special Education Coordinator Deena Custodio Email: Phone: 708-303-4004 ​ ​ Administrative Assistant to the Director of Special Education Maria Argueta Email: Ext. 4022 ​


    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: Allison Boutet LaVergne: Beatriz Maldonado, Deena Custodio, & Annie Forest Emerson: Luz Macias & Andrea Samayoa Hiawatha: Justin Gonzalez & Katelyn McCloskey Irving: George Krieger Komensky: Vivien Bisonaya Pershing: Lara Gusel & Susan Abbott Piper: Amanda Drenth Freedom: Carolyn Nilles Heritage: Allison Boutet, Clair Pohanka, & Paul Vincent Resources: Illinois Safe Schools Alliance Lurie Children's Hospital Gender Development Services Welcoming Schools


    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. 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. ​ ​


    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 ​