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).
  • First grade students creating a pile of leaves during recess.

    Great job working together, 1st graders!

  • Kindergarten students work together during a coding lesson.

    Intro to coding with kindergarten

  • 4th and 5th grade students with their orchestra director, Mrs. Janossy.

    Lunchtime orchestra concert with Mrs. Janossy

  • A fourth grader reads her script during the Blast Off musical.

    Blast Off musical with 2nd and 4th graders

Parent Survey (5Essentials Survey) Info & Link
District 70

Please fill out the Illinois State Board of Education 5Essentials Survey to share your thoughts and impressions on the D70 school/schools your child/children attend. Your voice is important and through this survey, you can be heard. 

If at least 20 percent of the parents of a school respond, the results of this survey will appear on the state School Report Card for that school. This will be the only parent survey for D70 in the 2018-19 school year. We are asking parents to complete the survey between Jan. 7 and Jan. 31, 2019. 

Only one parent per household may participate in the survey. If you have more than one child at a school, one survey should be completed for all your children at the same school. If you have children enrolled in multiple schools, you may take the survey for each of those schools. We respectfully request that only parents of children in D70 take the survey so that we can gather more accurate data as we dedicate D70 to continuous improvement. Thank you! 

Letter to parents from Supt. Dr. Schumacher. 

Updated 1-8-2019 12:49 PM
Blast Off Performance

Thanks for all who came to our 2nd & 4th grade performance of "Blast Off!"  Random pictures from 2nd & 4th graders teachers can be found in Mr. Turner's website.

Updated 11-13-2018 1:01 PM
Parent Presentation on E-Cigarettes, Vaping
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There will be a parent presentation on the dangers of e-cigarettes and vaping at 7 p.m. on Jan. 24 at Highland Middle School in the north gymnasium.

Learn about the new epidemic of our youth in this free presentation that does not require advance registration. 

Updated 1-8-2019 3:40 PM
AFA Information
AFA Have questions about the Adler Family Association?  Visit our Weebly to read all about our organization and our events, and documentation for our organization.


Updated 9-11-2018 7:25 PM
Jan./Feb. No School, Early Release

Jan. 21, 2019                        No School - Martin Luther King Jr. Day    

Feb. 13                                  Early Release - HMS Only - 1:45 p.m.
                                                Parent-Teacher Conferences. 
Feb. 14                                  Early Release - K-5th - 1:15 p.m. 
                                                                          HMS - 1:45 p.m. 
                                               Parent-Teacher Conferences
Feb. 14                                 No School
Feb. 18                                 No School - President's Day

Updated 1-8-2019 3:41 PM
New Attendance Line
Phone Adler has a separate attendance line.  Please update your contacts accordingly!

Attendance:  (847) 932-0054


Updated 7-26-2018 4:06 PM
D70 Hires New Supt for 2019-22
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The Libertyville School District 70 Board of Education agreed Monday night to hire Dr. Matthew J. Barbini, currently deputy superintendent of schools in Community Consolidated School District 15 in Palatine, to be the next superintendent of schools for District 70.

During a school board meeting, board members unanimously approved a three-year contract with Barbini that will begin on July 1, 2019. He replaces Supt. Dr. Guy Schumacher, who is retiring in June after a decade in the top slot.  

Updated 12-17-2018 8:26 PM
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 1-10-2019 11:25 AM
School Closings, Emergency Notifications
Snowflake 1 District 70 takes closing schools seriously. When the decision is made to close schools due to inclement weather, District 70 uses an emergency notification system to deliver phone calls and emails about school closings or safety emergencies.

For more information about school closings, please read the FAQ.

There also now is an option to opt-in to receive the information via text by texting 67587 with either Y or YES as the message you send. (The opt-in service will activate 48-hours after you sign up.) This text (SMS) service only will be used in the event of school closings or a school emergency.
Updated 11-27-2018 9:51 AM
Use Caution Around Students & School Buses
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Please use caution when approaching school buses as students board before school and as they unload after school. 

It is illegal to pass a school bus whose red stop lights are flashing, according to a letter distributed by Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White.

For the first time this year, District 70 grade school students reviewed bus safety with Toby Tire, a robotic bus safety program sponsored by White's office. The program reviewed general safety measures for children, including staying away from strangers, looking both ways to cross a street or board a bus,  staying clear at least 10-feet around buses, and staying seated and speaking in normal tones while riding in a bus. 

Updated 1-8-2019 5:09 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