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).
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  • 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

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"arteffects" Student Art Show at Library
Announcement Photo

"arteffects," the sixth annual all D70 student art show, is on display this month at the Cook Park Library.

Updated 3-8-2019 3:31 PM
Junior Achievement - Volunteers Needed!
Money

On Thursday, May 16th, 2019, Adler Park School is partnering up with Junior Achievement (JA) to provide corporate and community volunteers to present the basics of business and economics to our students.  The 3 “pillars” of JA programs focus on work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. It’s a great opportunity to help students connect what they are learning in school with “real world” experiences.  

We have a need for parent volunteers and are hoping that you would consider this opportunity to volunteer either in your child’s classroom, or, in another classroom.  The program will run on May 16th from:

  • 8:00 - 9:45 am for Kindergarten classrooms

  • 8:00 - 10:55 am for 1st grade classroom

  • 8:00 - 11:25 am for 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th grade classrooms

A JA representative will provide a training session on Friday, May 10th from 12:30 -1:30 pm at Adler Park to orient all volunteers to the program, the curriculum kits, and classroom management techniques in order to help you be successful and have fun with it! Attendance at this training is highly suggested if volunteering in the classroom.

What is required from volunteers?

  • An interest in sharing with students in a classroom setting.  The curriculum is interactive and engaging with games and activities built in to make it fun!

  • Comfort talking to a group of students.  A classroom teacher will always be present.

  • You do not need to be an expert in economics or finance to teach JA!  The Program Guide Book we supply you with will provide all the information that you need to teach the lesson.

If you are interested in volunteering in a classroom and can attend the training session on May 10th, please email Dr. Kerri Bongle. Please include which classroom you would like to volunteer in on May 16th. Please note, that we will only need 2-3 volunteers per classroom. If we have too many volunteers in one classroom, we may ask you to volunteer in another classroom in the building. We will do our best to place you in the classroom you request but depending on interest, you may be placed in another classroom. Thank you in advance for your time and flexibility.  

For more information about JA-Chicago please visit their website.

Updated 2-26-2019 10:43 AM
D70 Summer School Information
Sun

Registration for D70 Summer School for residents is now open. Non-residents can register on March 17. 

Libertyville School District 70's popular Summer School will run from 8:30-11:45 a.m. on Monday through Thursday on June 10 through to July 11 at Highland Middle and Rockland schools. 

The list of course offerings is posted on the D70 website. Registration for D70 residents begins March 10 with registration for out-of-district residents beginning on March 17. 

Updated 3-11-2019 4:54 PM
Blast Off Performance
Note

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
Kindergarten Registration
District 70

Kindergarten and new student registration for the 2019-20 school year is now open. 

Registration for returning students will be held later this spring. 

Updated 3-4-2019 11:36 AM
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
Registration Fees to Remain Unchanged
District 70

District 70 student textbook and technology fees for the 2019-2020 school year will remain unchanged.

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, while sixth- eighth-graders pay $225. Incoming sixth-graders will receive a new Chromebook.  

Updated 2-15-2019 1:05 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 Named Top Workplace
Announcement Photo

Libertyville School District 70 has been named a Top Workplace 2018-19 by an independent improvement specialist after reviewing data collected by staff survey results.

District 70 placed 11 in the mid-size company category, between 250-999 employees, out of 55 companies listed by the Chicago Tribune, which sponsored the survey. About 2,612 companies were invited to participate in the study. 

The Libertyville school district also was honored with the award in 2015-16. 

Updated 2-7-2019 12:41 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.

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
D70 Hires New Supt for 2019-22
Announcement Photo

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
No School, Early Release
Calendar

March 25-31                             Spring Break

April 1                                      Classes Resume
April 19                                    No School
April 22                                    No School - Teacher Institute

May 24                                      Early Release  K-5  at 1:15 p.m.
                                                    Early Release Highland at 1:45 p.m. 
May 27                                      No School - Memorial Day  

Updated 3-4-2019 10:36 AM
District 70 Calendar for the 2019-20 School Year
Calendar The approved calendar for the 2019-20 school year for Libertyville School District 70.
Updated 1-17-2019 4:24 PM
New Illinois School Report Card 2018
Illinois

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