ADA Compliance
The Libertyville School District 70 website is currently under analysis and review in support of observance and conformity with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA).
Opt-In To Be Notified By Text of School Closings
Superintendent's Department
Snowflake 1 To be notified by D70 for schools closings by text you must OPT-IN for the service. 

Severe snowfall or extremely cold weather traditionally occur in January, February, and March in our area. Receive school closing information due to snowfall or cold weather via text by texting 67587 with either Y or YES as the message you send. For more information, contact Director of Technology Pam Imholz at 847-362-9695

 This text (SMS) service only will be used in the event of school closings or a school emergency. 
 

 

Updated 1-10-2018 10:24 AM
School Calendar for the 2018-19 School Year
Superintendent's Department
Calendar The calendar for the 2018-19 school year.

 

Updated 1-11-2018 1:38 PM
Calendar for 2019-2020 School Year Breaks
Superintendent's Department
District 70 While we calculate trimesters, we'd like to share important dates with you for 2019-20 school year calendars. 

For the 2019-20 School year: 
The first day of school for students will be Aug. 21, 2019.
Winter Break will run from Dec. 20, 2019, through Jan. 5, 2020.
Spring Break will run from March 23, 2020, through March 29, 2020. 
 
Updated 1-11-2018 4:31 PM
FAD70 Presentation on Homework, Assessment Data
Superintendent's Department
Erik Youngman The slide presentation on homework and recent assessment data shared during the Nov. 16 FAD70 meeting by Dr. Erik Youngman, director of curriculum, instruction, and assessment. 
(Please contact Dr. Youngman for an ADA Compliant version of this presentation.) 
Updated 11-29-2017 5:50 PM
Copeland Manor Named National Blue Ribbon School
Superintendent's Department
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 10:01 AM
The Current Need for Substitutes 10-2-2017
Human Resources Department
District 70 is now accepting applications for substitute work for the 2017-2018 school year.
Effective immediately, the restriction on previous teaching and/or student teaching has been lifted. At minimum you need to hold a Substitute Teaching License (SUB) license from the ISBE and be registered in Lake County. There is no longer a requirement for teaching experience, a teaching degree or student-teaching.
After you have been invited to attend an orientation meeting you should download the documents listed below and bring them with you.
Updated 10-3-2017 10:36 AM
We Have an App for That - The D70 Mobile App is Here
Superintendent's Department
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 10:03 AM
Let The Sun Shine - Making a Difference in D70
Superintendent's Department
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 10:02 AM
K-5 Collaborative Classroom and Journeys Overview
Curriculum Department
Listen to an eighteen minute overview of the language arts materials that students are learning with in kindergarten through fifth grade. Kindergarten and first grade students will learn with resources from Collaborative Classroom while second through fifth grade students will learn with Journeys resources.
 
Updated 8-25-2017 2:53 PM
2017-18 Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment Updates
Superintendent's Department
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 11:00 AM
Direct Phone Lines Now Offered To Report Absences
Superintendent's Department
Phone 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: 
Adler Park School: 847-932-0054
Butterfield School: 847-932-0057
Copeland Manor School: 847-932-0058
Highland Middle School: 847-932-0060
Rockland School: 847-932-0099

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 4:26 PM
Rockland Construction Almost Complete
Superintendent's Department
News Photo Renovation of Rockland School that began last June is near completion with the addition of two classrooms and a gymnasium, almost triple the size of the current gym. A celebration of the project will be held at 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 16 at the school on Rockland Road. 

The construction began with the removal of the mobile classrooms. During the project, the school office was reconfigured to provide a more secure entrance to the school. Remodeling also included adding a small group office, new building access and a vestibule on the west side of the school, additional teachers-only parking on the west side, and updating and replacing the building sprinkling system. The east side parking lot was resurfaced and the roof over the school office and multipurpose room (the current gym) was replaced.  
Updated 1-11-2018 4:43 PM
2017-18 Kindergarten and NEW STUDENT Registration In Progress
Superintendent's Department
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 “New Students 2017-2018.” 

This page hosts the information parents need to complete the registration process and includes a Frequently Asked Questions section. 
Updated 7-13-2017 4:06 PM
Generation: Yes We Can
Technology Department
Kindergartners and first graders have been engaged in a program called “Generation Yes We Can” this year.  Students are using apps on the iPads that teach them to problem solve, make connections, work on teams, and be creative. This video was presented to the Board of Education on March 20, 2017.
Updated 3-23-2017 2:07 PM