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    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


    E-Learning Virtual e-learning days are an opportunity for learning to continue when students are not physically in our schools. District 100 students have access to a wide variety of learning resources and our staff have been trained on effectively utilizing technology to enhance learning experiences at school and to extend learning beyond the school day. E-learning days count as student attendance days and do not require days to be made up as emergency days at the end of the school year. While we recognize that instruction facilitated in our classrooms by our teachers is essential for our students, continuing those learning experiences at home is also a valuable component of our current instructional program. Applying these practices on e-learning days supports the practices we already have in place in District 100. ​ Please click the link below for more information about our plan BSD100 E-Learning Plan


    Staff Login Staff Login ​ ​ Email: ​ Please click here to access your account ​ ​ ​ ​ D100 Internal Curriculum ​ Please click here to access your account ​ ​ ​ ​ AESOP/Frontline ​ Please click here to access your account ​ ​ ​ ​ Powerschool ​ Please click here to access your account ​ ​ ​ ​ SchoolDude ​ Please click here to access your account ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Helpdesk ​ Please click here to access your account ​ ​ ​ ​ Pivot ​ Please click here to access your account ​ ​ ​ ​


    Board of Education Goals Board of Education Goals ​ Goal 1: All students will be college and career ready by preparing them with 21st century skills Objective 1.1 - Utilize data continuously and rigorously to inform practice at the district, school, classroom, and individual child levels Objective 1.2 - Deliver a relevant and challenging curriculum Objective 1.3 - Offer high-quality, differentiated instruction for every child Goal 2: Recruit, Support, and Retain High-Quality Staff Objective 2.1 - Attract, recruit, and hire highly qualified personnel Objective 2.2 - Motivate and retain high-performing employees Objective 2.3 - Provide high-quality professional development, training, and coaching that supports effective leaders and teachers ​ Goal 3: Create collaborative Family and Community Partnerships Objective 3.1 - Establish a foundation of solid parent and community partnerships by implementing two-way communication practices. Objective 3.2 - Build strong relationships with the Berwyn community, including residents, businesses, and civic leaders Objective 3.3 - Strengthen partnerships with parents and provide multiple avenues for meaningful parent engagement and communication at both school and district levels ​ Goal 4: Provide a Caring, Safe, and Healthy Environment that Supports the Development of the Whole Child Objective 4.1 - Implement policies that support student health, nutrition, and physical activity Objective 4.2 - Provide research based interventions and supports that foster positive behavior, social-emotional development, and a collaborative school environment ​ Goal 5: Efficient and Effective Management of Resources Objective 5.1 - Manage district resources efficiently and effectively to promote student achievement Adopted by the Board of Education on September 24, 2014. Home Superintendent Board Members Board Goals Agendas and Minutes Board Policy Manual Meetings Dates & Recordings


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    Family Liaison My name is Junely Escobar and I am very excited to be part of the Berwyn South School District 100. As your Family Liaison I am committed to help you get the information and support you need to ensure your child’s academic and social success in school. It is a privilege to get involved, keep you informed and share information to ensure that your children do their best in school. I will keep you connected to your child's teacher, provide educational workshops of your interest and needs, and be your support system. All of our conversations are strictly confidential therefore don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have. Mi nombre es Junely Escobar y estoy muy emocionada de formar parte del Berwyn South School District 100. Como su Enlace Familiar, me comprometo a ayudarles a obtener la información y el apoyo que necesiten para garantizar el éxito académico y social de su hijo/a en la escuela. Es un privilegio participar, mantenerlo informado y compartir información para garantizar que sus hijos/as hagan lo mejor posible en la escuela. Los mantendré conectados con el maestro/a de su hijo/a, brindaré talleres educativos de su interés y necesidades, y seré su sistema de apoyo. Todas nuestras conversaciones son estrictamente confidenciales, por lo tanto, no dude en ponerse en contacto conmigo si tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud. Junely Escobar Family Liaison email: phone: 708-303-4135 Upcoming Events Join us! Saturday, November 5, 2022 3:00pm to 7:00pm Proksa Park 3001 Wisconsin Ave. Berwyn, IL 60402 ----------------------- ¡Únase a nosotros! Sábado 5 de noviembre de 2022 3:00pm a 7:00pm Parque Proksa 3001 avenida Wisconsin Berwyn, IL 60402 ¡Padres, acompañemos en la clase de Zumba en la escuela media Heritage este noviembre y diciembre! Registrese haciendo clic en el botón "Registro de clases de Zumba ." Esperamos verlos allí!​ ​ Parents, come join us for Zumba Class at Heritage Middle School this November and December! Please register by clicking the "Zumba Class Registration " button. We look forward to seeing you there! Zumba Class Registration Welcome to D100 lending library! We have a series of parenting books in English and Spanish for you to enjoy. You will be able to check out 1 book at a time for 2 weeks. If you need more time, you can always check the book out for another 2 weeks as long as it’s approved by the Family Liaison Mrs. Escobar and there is no hold on the book. Once you fill out the google form. The book will be sent out with your child as soon as possible. Mrs. Escobar will check in books once they’ve been returned. To return book please send it with your student and write on a sticky note, RETURN TO MRS. ESCOBAR AT EMERSON ROOM 105. These books are for all Berwyn South School District 100 families to enjoy! ¡Bienvenidos a la biblioteca de préstamos de D100! Tenemos una serie de libros para los padres, sobre la crianza en inglés y español para que disfruten. Podrá consultar 1 libro a la vez durante 2 semanas. Si necesita más tiempo, puede consultar el libro durante otras 2 semanas, siempre y cuando esté aprobado por el Enlace Familiar, la Sra. Escobar, y no haya reserva en el libro. Una vez que llene el formulario de google. El libro se enviará con su hijo/a lo antes posible. La Sra. Escobar revisará los libros una vez que hayan sido devueltos. Para devolver el libro, envíelo con su estudiante y escriba en una nota adhesiva, REGRESE A LA SRA. ESCOBAR EN EMERSON AULA 105. ¡Estos libros son para que todas las familias de Berwyn South School 100 los disfruten! D100 Lending Library


    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 ​ Deena Custodio, 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 ​ Daniel Hernandez, 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 ​ ​ ​ ​


    Crisis Information Crisis Information Crisis information In an emergency situation, please call 911 immediately. To report concerns of child abuse or neglect, call: The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services Abuse Hotline: (800) 25-ABUSE Cook County Health Department 24-hour Crisis Line : (312) 864-6000 Students in crisis Need help? You are never alone. Mental health resources are available: Safe2Help Illinois This site encourages learning about ways to help yourself feel better, while making a personal effort to stay safe and healthy. If you need more help or prefer to talk to a person, their trained staff are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. ​ 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available. Call or text 988 or chat ​ Crisis Text Line (text HOME to 741741) Linden Oaks Crisis Support Line: (630) 305-5027 Berwyn Police Department Non-Emergency: 708-795-5600 ​ ​ List of community resources ​ Berwyn Township Public Health District Berwyn Public Health District is to provide medical and sanitation resources to meet the needs of our community. Morton East School Clinic Provides medical support and other health related questions Youth Crossroads Youth Crossroads supports youth, guiding them through life’s challenges, and inspiring them to discover new opportunities for personal development, healthy relationships, and positive community involvement Sarah's Inn Sarah’s Inn provides comprehensive services for families affected by domestic violence so that they get the support they need to find safety, rebuild their lives, and heal. Spanish speakers are available. ​ Pillars Mental Health and Crisis Services Pillars Community Health crisis workers are available 24 hours a day through our crisis hotline, 708-PILLARS (708-745-5277). Riveredge Hospital Specialized inpatient and outpatient behavioral healthcare to children, adolescents, young adults and adults. Hartgrove Behavioral Health Services An all-encompassing psychiatric healthcare service that is both effective and efficient. ​ ​


    Plan for ARP ESSER Funds D100 Plan for ARP ESSER Funds The American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief fund provides states and school districts help to safely reopen and sustain the safe operation of schools and address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the nation’s students. District 100 plan for allocating ESSER III funds: ​ Staffing & Resources to support student learning and social emotional needs Continued funding for math interventionists for elementary schools (6) Continued funding for Social workers (2) Continued funding for Dual language/EL teachers (2) Counseling partnership with Youth Crossroads for middle schools (2) Summer school programs After-school tutoring Full-time substitute teachers to support quarantined students (10) 24/7 Digital tutoring platform - Grades 3-8 ​ Community Outreach Parent liaison Transportation Small bus Bus assistants Health & Safety Expanded learning spaces Lunchroom support Cleaning/disinfecting supplies Facilities - Ventilation & Air Quality Univents - multiple elementary schools Asbestos removal Long-range facilities plan items For more information, please see the full Board of Education presentation below Click here for the ESSER III BOE Presentation Link


    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.

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