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    Learning and Fun at Rockland

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    Spring at Rockland

  • Rockland Blue Ribbon Awards 1990 & 2014

    Rockland Blue Ribbon Awards 1990 & 2014

  • Battle Ball PBS Fun

    Battle Ball PBS Fun

  • Student Artwork

    Student Artwork

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    Student Artwork

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    Student Artwork

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    Student Artwork

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    Student Artwork

  • Rockland Wins Again!

    Rockland Wins Again!

    Cook Library Award

October No School, Early Release Days

D70 schools will have early release on:
Oct. 17        (Only Highland Middle School at 1:45 p.m.)
Oct. 18        (K-5 at 1:15 p.m., HMS at 1:45 p.m.) 

There will be no school on: 
Oct. 19        

Updated 10-17-2018 9:41 AM
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Thank you to the D70 Community for raising $1,410 that will be split evenly between for the five Family Associations ($282 each) by supporting the second annual RocktoberFest 

Monies collected through the $20 tickets will be split between four groups, including the Libertyville School District 70 Family Associations, Libertyville High School Parent Cats, the Multiple Sclerosis Society (Libertyville Self-Help Group), and Camp Duncan's Christmas Party for underprivileged youth. 

Updated 10-16-2018 10:51 AM
Funding for Florence Victims

Thank you very much, District 70 families, the fundraiser "Funding for Florence Victims" was a complete success.  

With donation boxes in all five schools and the ERC (admin office), D70 collected $2,670.23. 

All monies will be donated to Habitat for Humanity of Brunswick County in North Carolina. The funds will be used to help residents replace furniture and mattresses lost to flooding from Hurricane Florence. 

Updated 10-12-2018 12:40 PM
New Illinois School Report Card 2018

In a commitment to new statewide accountability and support, the 2018 Illinois School Report Card will take on new areas of concentration when released in late October. Reinstating the work of the No Child Behind Act, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), signed into law in 2015 by President Barack Obama, offers credence to student growth and graduation rates, accounting for fifty percent of how schools are evaluated, and carrying with it a 15-year timeline.

Transitioning from a spotlight focused on standardized test scores, multiple indicators of students’ success will be used to assess school quality. In addition to standardized tests, comprehensive indicators will include academic growth, chronic absenteeism, English learner proficiency, fine arts participation, school climate survey summaries, science measures, as well as preschool to second grade and elementary/ middle-grade indicators. The system also measures the academic progress of individual student demographic groups across the inclusive indicators. High school indicators comprise college entrance examination (SAT) success, as well as graduation accountability.

Using these balanced indicators, as defined through ESSA, a set of four tiers have been designated to reflect individual school performance; Exemplary, Commendable, Underperforming/Comprehensive, and Lowest Performing/Targeted, with funding and support services aligned to the most challenged or struggling of schools.

For more information, read the comprehensive summary of Illinois' Every School Succeeds Plan

Updated 10-5-2018 3:38 PM
Principal Appreciation Day Oct. 26
Guy Schumacher

In an era of increased accountability, high expectations, and advanced demands, schools around the state will take time to recognize the extraordinary efforts of school leaders during Principal Appreciation Week, October 21-27. This week, and throughout the school year, I offer my sincere gratitude for the leadership and dedication offered by the Libertyville School District 70 principals, assistant principals and dean of students. A proclamation signed by Gov. 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, Oct. 26, 2018, 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 distinctive day and the collective efforts portrayed by such an impressive school leadership team.

Updated 10-3-2018 10:55 AM
45th Annual Fire Prevention Week Poster Contest

It's Fire Prevention Week:
"Look. Listen. Learn. Be Aware."
"Fire Can Happen Anywhere."

See this flier

Updated 9-26-2018 2:47 PM
Consolidated School Board Elections April 2

Residents interested in running for the three, four-year term seats open on the seven-member Libertyville School District 70 School Board in the Consolidated Elections on April 2, 2019, may begin circulating petitions on Sept. 18. The filing period will run from Dec. 10-17.  

Courtesy petition packets will be available from the Lake County Clerks Office beginning on Sept. 12. Candidates may download the forms from the website at, then click on “Elections,” then “Candidate Services.”  Or they may pick up the forms in person at the Clerk's Office, 18 N. County Street, Waukegan. Information also is available at the Illinois School Board Association. 

*Election Calendar
*Key Dates
*Qualifications and Characteristics of a School Board Member

 Election packets will no longer be available at the ERC. 

Updated 9-20-2018 4:57 PM
The Superintendent Search: Ten Step Process
(Click video below to play) 

New Superintendent Profile Report presentation from School Exec Connect presented to the District 70 Board of Education during a public meeting on Sept. 24. 
Updated 9-25-2018 10:39 AM
Calendar for 2019-20 School Year Breaks
District 70

While we calculate trimesters, we'd like to share important dates with you for the 2019-20 school year calendar. 

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 9-21-2018 4:04 PM