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  • Students Perform 2nd and 4th Grade Concert

    Students Perform 2nd and 4th Grade Concert

  • Students Perform 2nd and 4th Grade Concert

    Students Perform 2nd and 4th Grade Concert

  • Character Counts Bulletin Board

    Character Counts Bulletin Board

    Gobbling Into Good Citizenship by Miss Davis and Miss Furmanski's Classes

  • Happy Halloween!

    Happy Halloween!

    Adler's staff dressed as Cruella De Vil, her dog catchers and 101 dalmatians!

  • Kindergarten Field Trip

    Kindergarten Field Trip

    Kindergarteners picking apples at Apple Holler.

  • Design Lab

    Design Lab

    First graders design a bridge for spiders to cross a river.

  • New Art Club for grades K-2!

    New Art Club for grades K-2!

  • Culver's Night

    Culver's Night

    Teachers serve the families at this AFA fundraiser.

  • Character Counts Week

    Character Counts Week

    Students chalked downtown Libertyville to celebrate Character Counts week.

  • A rainbow over Adler!

    A rainbow over Adler!

  • First Day of School

    First Day of School

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    First Day of School

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    First Day of School

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    First Day of School

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    First Day of School

  • Character Counts

    Character Counts

    A bulletin board by Mrs. Wisek and Mrs. Patterson's Classes

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Supt. Letter on Florida School Shooting
Guy Schumacher

Dear Families and D70 Staff: 

In light of the tragic shootings that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on Feb. 14, I share with you our commitment to the safety of the children and our staff. 

With safety procedures and a crisis plan in place, we continue to encourage vigilance when it comes to securing all access doors, monitoring student release, and requiring visitor check in at all school offices.

While stories of this nature are incomprehensible and the connection to schools and the educational system bring the horror so deeply into the light, we share with you our ongoing commitment to maintaining a safe and secure environment for our Libertyville learning community.

Our thoughts are with the families throughout Parkland, Florida, during this shockingly sad and extraordinarily complex time.

Guy Schumacher
Superintendent of Schools

Updated 2-15-2018 2:13 PM
Introducing Drs. Bongle, Hallmark & Poelking
Announcement Photo

Dear District 70 Families,

It is with extraordinary pride I share with you, as of this afternoon, Adler Park School Principal Kerri Bongle, Highland Middle School Principal Jon Hallmark, and Copeland Manor School Principal Lori Poelking have successfully completed their respective dissertation defense with Concordia University, earning each of them the distinct honor as Doctor of Education.

As superintendent of schools, I grasp the depth of their specific roles as school leaders and the commitment of time, patience, struggle and endurance to achieve such success. Often times, they have sacrificed opportunities with family, friends, and colleagues to fulfill commitments related to such an endeavor. Never have they let such commitment interfere with their professional roles, responsibilities, and accountability, making their efforts that much more extraordinary. I greatly value and comprehend all for which they have yearned, all that they have earned, and all that they have learned. Needless to say, this honor does not come without great focus and profound determination. Please join me in congratulating Dr. Bongle, Dr. Hallmark and Dr. Poelking for this wonderfully impressive honor.

Dr. Guy Schumacher
Superintendent of Schools

Updated 1-29-2018 4:34 PM
Girls on the Run
Sneakers Calling ALL 3rd , 4th and 5th grade GIRLS....

Do you like to run and have fun? Well then, Girls on the Run is for you! Registration is now open for the SPRING 2018 season.

Mrs. Causemaker and Miss Furmanski are super excited to be your coaches this year!  Mrs. Causemaker will be the site coordinator so any questions you may have can be directed towards Mrs. Causemaker.

Here are some of the details...
When: Mondays 7-8:05am and Wednesdays 2:45-4:00pm
Duration of Program: 10 weeks (~March-June)
Where: Adler Park School
Who: 3 rd , 4 th and 5 th Grade Girls
Cost: $205 (plus $35 race registration for each student’s running buddy)

Registration Process
You can register now!  Program Registration is completed online. For any questions regarding registration, please contact the call center at 312-313- 0280 (Spanish and English available).

Team Capacity
Our team can serve up to 20 girls. If more than 20 girls register, we will need to find additional coaches in order to have all the girls be able to participate. All sites are automatically set to lottery, allowing all girls that are interested in the program an equal opportunity to participate. Any parent who commits to being a full-time coach will be guaranteed spots for their child(ren).

5K Run
The culmination of the program is a 5K (3.1-mile) run, joining all the other Girls on the Run teams in the area! Our assigned 5K is: North Region, Saturday, June 2 - College of Lake County, Grayslake, IL

We look forward to a fantastic season with you!
Updated 2-5-2018 12:44 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 1-11-2018 4:33 PM
Early Release, No School
District 70

Early release will be held Wednesday, Feb. 14, at HIGHLAND MIDDLE SCHOOL only at 1:45 p.m.

Early release will be held Thursday, Feb. 15, for Adler Park, Butterfield, Copeland Manor and Rockland schools at 1:15 p.m. Early release will be held the same day for Highland Middle School at 1:45 p.m. 

Parent/teacher conferences will be held Feb. 14 & 15. 

NO SCHOOL Friday, Feb. 16. The Educational Resource Center will be open. 
NO SCHOOL Monday, Feb. 19 in honor of President's Day. 
 

Updated 2-14-2018 3:38 PM
Rockland Rd Bridge Closed for Repairs
Caution

For public safety, the Rockland Road Bridge over the Des Plaines River in Libertyville will be closed at 1 p.m. on Feb. 1st for emergency repairs.

The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) recommended the bridge be closed until work to correct deterioration in the decorative steel truss system is complete, which may require removal of the truss and reconstruction of the bridge. 

For more information, contact the Village of Libertyville at www.libertyville.com.  

 

Updated 2-1-2018 12:31 PM
2018-2019 Kinder and New Student Registration
2018-2019

The Kindergarten and New Student Registration Page is now open for the 2018-2019 school year. This is for NEW STUDENTS only. Parents of returning students will receive further instructions in April. Information can also be found through the NewStudents2018-2019 link under the HOME menu on the district or school web sites.

This page contains information parents will need in order to complete the registration process. It includes additional links to packets (PDF) of required forms, and medical and financial assistance information.

 

Updated 2-2-2018 3:55 PM
Summer School Registration
Sun

        As temperatures rise to the 30s this winter, planning is underway for the popular Libertyville Elementary District 70 summer school with registration set to open on March 4th.
       Summer school for this year will be held from June 11 through July 12, Monday through Thursday, for second through eighth grade at Highland Middle School and will return next door for pre-kindergarten and pre-first grade classes at Rockland School. An Open House will be held June 7.
       Adler Park physical education teacher and long-time summer school principal Gerry Carollo will continue as Summer School Director this year as Butterfield Assistant Principal Steve Feldman steps into the role as Summer School principal.
       Busing will be available for students to match school hours from 8:30 to 11:45 a.m. Busing information also will be posted on the summer school website.  Summer school classes will be posted online at the district website, www.d70schools.org/summerschool as of Feb. 23. The link to register also will be located on the summer school website.
         While course offerings are being developed, some of the popular classes offered every year include building with Legos, ball games, cheerleading, and floor hockey.
        District residents may begin registering on March 4 until May 25.

Updated 2-14-2018 3:40 PM
Parents-Only Screenagers Movie Screening
Film Slate

Libertyville School District 70 social workers, in conjunction with Hawthorn District 73, Oak Grove District 68, and St. Joseph School, are holding a free parent-only viewing of the highly acclaimed documentary film, “Screenagers” at 7 p.m. on Feb. 20 at Copeland Manor School. This is a candid film about what it is like to grow up in the digital age. The film highlights for parents the impact of the digital age on children, their developing brain and how parents can help minimize harmful effects and find a healthy balance of screen time to non-screen time for children
An RSVP is required. 

Updated 2-14-2018 3:41 PM
Fees Increase to Cover Technology
District 70

Student textbook and technology fees for the 2018-2019 school year will increase to help pay for updated infrastructure, new software, and technology devices.     

Fees for the upcoming school year, including textbook rental fees, technology fees, and supply costs, will be $125 for students in kindergarten through fifth-grade and eighth grade, while sixth- and seventh-graders will pay $225 to help cover the costs of one-to-one Chromebooks. 

“We’ve worked hard to keep costs low as we consider the bottom line for our stakeholders,” Supt. Dr. Guy Schumacher said during a Monday night meeting before the Board of Education approved the increase. “Now we need to increase the fees just to try to keep up. Technology changes, we need to update the infrastructure, buy new devices so that our students can take their assessments online. Without charging for extracurricular activities, including athletic participation (or music), our fees are still inline when compared to neighboring school districts.” 

Updated 1-23-2018 3:22 PM
2017-2018 Parent/Teacher Conferences Registration and Scheduling Instructions 1-16-2018
People

Winter Conferences will be held on Wednesday, February 14th from 5:15 – 8:15 pm and Thursday, February 15th  from 3:15 – 8:15 pm.  You will need to schedule one 15-minute slot for each child that attends Adler Park School.

The scheduling window will be open from January 17th  at 9:00 am to 9:00 am on February 2nd .  During this time you can schedule your conference through PTC Wizard. If you have not registered with PTC Wizard, you can do this before the scheduling window is open. If you already have an account from previous years, you do not need to reregister.

Please remember: Students have early release at 1:15 pm on Thursday, February 15, and there is no school on Friday, February 16.


FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

I forgot my password – how can I sign in?
If you have already registered but you cannot remember your password, simply click the link on the sign in page that says, “Forgot your Password.”  Then you can enter your email address into the field that says “Email” and Click the “Remind Me” button.  This will cause an email with your information to get sent to you. 

Why do some time slots say UNAVAILABLE or RESERVED?
The word “Unavailable” will appear next to any time slot during which the teacher will not be able to accept appointments.  If you see the word “Reserved” next to a time slot, another parent has already made a reservation with the teacher at that time.  Reservations are on a first come, first served basis.

How can I get another copy of my schedule?
You can always get another copy of your schedule by logging into your account, clicking the PTC Wizard link and then selecting “My Schedule.”  You will see two links at the top right of that page.  One link will print your schedule and the other will send a copy of your schedule to your email address.

What if I want to change my day and/or time?
After you originally sign up for a time, you can get back into the system at any point while the registration is open.   Use your email and password to reenter the system and find a time that will work for you.  You will have to delete your former time before the system will allow you to enter a new time.  If the scheduling window has closed and you cannot change your time, please contact your child’s teacher to arrange a new time.

What if I want to meet with a teacher not listed?
If you would like to meet with another teacher (for example: PE, music, social worker) in the building for a quick introduction or to ask a question, all teachers will be available and there is no need to schedule a specific time.  If you would like to schedule a more formal meeting with these teachers to discuss your child's progress in their area of expertise, please contact that teacher directly through email to prearrange a conference time.  

Updated 1-16-2018 2:12 PM
Calendar for the 2018-19 School Year
Calendar

The calendar for the 2018-19 school year. 

Updated 1-11-2018 1:52 PM
Opt-In To Be Notified By Text Of School Closings
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 2-8-2018 12:17 PM
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.

 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. 

 This text (SMS) service only will be used in the event of school closings or a school emergency. For more information about school closings, please read the FAQ.
Updated 11-29-2017 6:02 PM
FAD70 Presentation on Homework, Assessment Data
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. 

Updated 11-16-2017 4:01 PM
Frequently Asked Questions - Lice
FAQ Please read these frequently asked questions about head lice.

 

Updated 10-5-2017 9:12 AM
Design Lab
Paint Bucket Learn all about Adler's Design Lab!  This letter includes requested donations and how to volunteer.
 
Updated 9-14-2017 3:54 PM
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
Adler Gazette
Newspaper Our Adler Gazette newsletter is now posted as a Weebly blog.  We hope to update this at least twice a month.
Updated 9-14-2017 3:29 PM
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
New Attendance Line
Phone Adler now has a separate attendance line.  Please update your contacts accordingly!

Attendance:  (847) 932-0054

 

Updated 8-9-2017 11:48 AM