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Safety Follow-Up to Recent Alert
District 70 Dear Families,

Thank you to the many who responded regarding the recent notification of a community safety concern. Your validation and appreciation of our District 70 communication efforts are greatly valued.

In a follow-up to the Stranger Danger alert, the Libertyville Police Department has confirmed closure to the case, establishing the situation as a misunderstanding with regard to a lost out of town visitor residing with a local resident.

I’m grateful that the situation has been deemed unfounded and, according to police; an immediate sense of danger has been resolved.

In closing, I am extremely proud of our students for their response regarding the circumstances of this incident and the diligence that was shown toward informing parents and police.

A special thank you to all for your support and partnership as we work to maintain a safe environment for Libertyville students, as well as our community at large.

Most sincerely,
Guy Schumacher
Superintendent
Updated 10-17-2017 7:38 PM
Principal Appreciation Week
Guy Schumacher

October 16, 2017
Dear Members of the Libertyville School District 70 Learning Community,
As we recognize the extraordinary efforts of our Libertyville School District 70 principals, assistant principals and dean of students during the state’s Principal Appreciation Week, I offer my sincere gratitude for their leadership and dedication to those served.
A proclamation signed by Governor Rauner highlights the important role of school administrators in education and their support toward the growth of children in elementary, middle and secondary schools across the State of Illinois. As we celebrate our District 70 leaders during Principal Appreciation Day on Friday, October 20, 2017, I am tremendously thankful and incredibly proud of all that they do for the children, parents, and staff throughout our learning community.
Please join me in sharing recognition of this special day and the collective efforts portrayed by our impressive school leadership team.

Dr. Guy Schumacher, Superintendent

Updated 10-16-2017 10:52 AM
Early Release, No School
Reminder Just a reminder that District 70 will have Early Release for Highland Middle School on Oct. 18 a& 19 t 1:45 p.m. and elementary schools (K-5) will have Early Release on Oct. 19 at 1:15 p.m. The early releases are to accommodate Parent/Teacher Conferences at the schools on both days. 

There will be NO SCHOOL on Oct. 20. Students and teachers will not attend but the ERC will be open. 
Updated 10-16-2017 9:45 AM
Copeland Manor Named 2017 Blue Ribbon School
Blue Ribbon Schools In a letter to the District 70 community, Supt. Dr. Guy Schumacher praises Copeland Manor School for being named a U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School for its overall academic performance. 
Updated 10-3-2017 11:05 AM
We Have an App for That - The D70 Mobile App
District 70 District 70 is on the go with a mobile app! Download us - it's free! Available on iTunes and Google Play (search Libertyville District 70
Updated 10-3-2017 11:05 AM
Let The Sun Shine - Making A Difference in D70
Sun Libertyville School District 70 is the largest solar-powered school district in the state of Illinois.

Or read about why we have solar panels on Butterfield and HMS schools.
Updated 10-3-2017 11:05 AM
What's New In Language Arts
Notebook

What's new in the kindergarten through fifth grade language arts and literature program. 

Updated 8-25-2017 2:50 PM
2017-18 Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Updates
Desk - Student

Engaging curriculum and instruction changes will create new learning opportunities in Libertyville District 70 schools this year for language arts, language skills, science, and health.
 

Updated 8-16-2017 10:41 AM
Reporting a Student Absence
Phone Copeland Manor now has an attendance line!

With the implementation of a new phone system districtwide, parents and guardians can now report student absences to a direct phone line at the school. 

To report a child's absence call: 
Copeland Manor School: 847-932-0058

Please leave the following information in your message when reporting a child's absence:
Child's name, child's homeroom teacher, your name, the date or dates, the reason for the absence and whether your child has a fever. 

 

Updated 8-15-2017 1:18 PM