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  • Our retirees

    Our retirees

  • Ms. Maria- Our Superhero

    Ms. Maria- Our Superhero

  • Students and Staff on our new stage

    Students and Staff on our new stage

  • Art Fest

    Art Fest

  • Copeland at Culver's

    Copeland at Culver's

  • Cubs Day

    Cubs Day

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Crossing Guards Needed
Crossing Guard The Libertyville Police Department is looking for Crossing Guards for Libertyville District 70 schools.
Updated 7-20-2017 10:27 AM
Book Drive for WJ Murphy School Library Destroyed in Flood
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Our hearts go out to D70 families dealing with the aftermath of the recent flooding. 

Wonderful community response of neighbors helping neighbors has inspired us to reach out to help our neighbors after the school library at WJ Murphy Elementary School in Round Lake Park was destroyed by the flooding. 

We are holding a children's book drive, grades kindergarten through fifth-grade, at the ERC on Lake Street through August. We are looking for new or slightly used books to donate to the school. Thank you!

Updated 7-17-2017 9:35 AM
2017-18 NEW STUDENT, New Kindergartner Registration is Open.
Blackboard

Registration for NEW students attending District 70, as well as new kindergartners in the 2017-2018 school year, is now open.

Information can be found through the mentioned link or under the HOME button by selecting “NewStudents 2017-2018.” 

This page hosts the information parents need to complete the registration process and includes a Frequently Asked Questions section. 

Updated 6-1-2017 12:56 PM
Happy Retirement
Happy Retirement to Mrs. Chickey, Mrs. Davey and Mrs. Livermore.
We will miss you!

 

Updated 5-24-2017 10:28 AM
Guest Speaker
Making monsters with Troy Cummings. 
 
Updated 4-19-2017 11:47 AM
Art Fest 2017
Artist Palette Art Fest was held at Copeland on May 5, 2017.  Click here for information on this year's Le Cirque des Arts. 
Updated 5-4-2017 1:57 PM
The D70 Views Newsletter for Spring 2017
Newspaper The D70 Views community-wide newsletter is available.

 
Updated 4-4-2017 12:18 PM
LHS Readers
LHS students from the "Life of a Wildcat" program came to read. The "Life of a Wildcat" program is designed to encourage wellness and healthy choices. 
We loved their visit!

 

Updated 2-27-2017 9:09 AM
HMS Orchestra Concert
We enjoyed our first concert in the new gym. 

 

Updated 12-19-2016 4:20 AM
Socks for Love
Student Council (with helpful donations) collected 65 pairs of socks, 260 toys, and 377 personal care items to donate to PADS Libertyville!

 

Updated 12-13-2016 2:18 PM
Calendar for the 2017-18 School Year
Calendar

The calendar for the 2017-18 school year. 

Updated 12-2-2016 4:12 PM
GOTR

Congratulations Girls on the Run!

Updated 11-23-2016 8:41 AM
Strategic Plan 2016-21
District 70 Voices heard! From parents to community to staff focus groups, information has been gathered to support the two-day strategic planning process. A compilation of information gathered has been well integrated into a solid and formidable five-year plan. Approved by the Board of Education in June and introduced to teachers on their opening Institute Day, the energy and promise of District 70's future is at an all-time high. The new Strategic Plan 2016-21 is now posted on the D70 website under DASHBOARD.
Updated 11-10-2016 10:08 PM
Aerial View of Construction dated June 26, 2016
While construction is moving along well and we are very excited about the future for Copeland Manor School, it is evident from this impressive aerial view that much ground work will be required as we look to restore the grounds and grassy areas upon completion of the new gymnasium. As a result, and with the removal of the library mobile, we will work to redirect children for play, as well as entrance and exit procedures come fall.

In the meantime, the energy at the school is exciting and we look forward to celebrating the many new features with our community in the 2016-2017 year.
Updated 7-15-2016 9:13 AM