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    First Day of School

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    First Day balloon release

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    Lunch with Mrs. Poelking

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    Family Fun Night

  • Kindergarten Firetruck Ride

    Kindergarten Firetruck Ride

  • Copeland Cares

    Copeland Cares

  • Staff Ugly Sweater Day

    Staff Ugly Sweater Day

  • Working Hard

    Working Hard

  • Making PADs Lunches

    Making PADs Lunches

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  • Our First Super Cougie Winners

    Our First Super Cougie Winners

    Mrs. Julian's Class

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School Board Appreciation Day
Libertyville Elementary District 70 is honoring its Board of Education on Nov. 15 on School Board Appreciation Day.
"Libertyville School District 70 is fortunate to have seven extraordinarily dedicated and conscientious School Board members, Julie Damenti, Chris Kennedy, Jennifer Lund, Maryann Ovassapian, Wendy Schilling, Luke Stowe and Tom Vickers, who serve our learning community," said Supt. Dr. Guy Schumacher.
"This position, one of complete volunteerism and a tireless commitment toward service of students and staff, is gratifying and genuinely appreciated.
"Through effective governance, the school board assists in guiding us toward a mission of continuous improvement. The District 70 Board of Education supports our vision, helps define and establish our goals and works collaboratively to establish positive relationships with our stakeholders.
"This conscientious group is comprised of intelligent, articulate and extremely positive leaders. It is an honor to work closely with such a dedicated team."
Posted 11-14-2014 3:24 PM
Please Welcome Rose Bourgeois
Please give a warm welcome to Rose Bourgeois, our new administrative assistant to the superintendent of schools. She will take over for Becky D. when she retires next month.

Ms. Bourgeois worked with the Lake County High Schools Technology Campus before coming to District 70.
Posted 11-14-2014 1:01 PM
Rockland Officials Arrive in DC for Blue Ribbon Ceremony
Our Rockland School contingent has returned from Washington DC after attending the U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School recognition ceremony. The brought some "hardware" with them!

Our group included speech language pathologist Kara Graeb, Rockland Principal Jeff Knapp, second grade teacher Tejal Mehta and Supt. Dr. Guy Schumacher. Only Mrs. Tejal and Principal Knapp went on stage to receive the award.
Posted 11-10-2014 10:01 AM
School Closing Procedures for Winter Weather
Please take a few moments to review our school closing procedures.

There are several ways that the information will be delivered to you, as well as several methods for you to use to search for the information.
Posted 11-14-2013 11:28 AM
Crossing Guards Needed
The Libertyville Police Dept. is looking for school crossing guards.

For more information, please contact Lt. Hein at 847-362-4408.
Posted 8-2-2013 4:19 PM
2015 School Board Election
Libertyville School District 70 will have three, four-year term Board of Education seats up for the April 7, 2015 Consolidated Election.

School board candidates can circulate nominating petitions for signatures from Sept. 23-Dec. 22. Election packets are available at the District 70 Educational Resource Center, 1381 W. Lake St., Libertyville, the Lake County Clerk's office or through the Lake County Clerk's website. Nominating papers may be filed from Dec. 15-22 with the Lake County Clerk's office. A new state law prohibits candidates from filing nominating packets through their local school district.

The "2015 Candidate's Guide" can be downloaded from the State Board of Elections website or the Lake County Clerk's website. Information about being a school board member can be found at the Illinois Association of School Boards website.

Candidates are invited to learn more about District 70 by perusing this D70 website.
Posted 9-19-2014 12:46 PM
Stay Informed
Keep up with the news throughout District 70 by reading the media releases posted in the Supt.'s Dept., under Press Releases.
Posted 9-18-2014 3:27 PM
A Letter From Supt. Schumacher on the Enterovirus D68
Here is a letter to parents and guardians on precautionary measures to take to help prevent the latest respiratory illness hitting children, called Enterovirus D68.
Posted 9-12-2014 2:15 PM
Board of Education Wins Prestigious State Award
The Libertyville School District 70 Board of Education is one of only 18 boards to earn an Illinois Association of School Boards 2014 School Board Governance Recognition designation.
The prestigious School Board Governance Recognition award is designed "to acknowledge school boards that have engaged in activities and modeled behaviors that lead to excellence in local school governance in support of quality public education," according to Roger Eddy, executive director of the IASB. "The Libertyville School District 70 Board of Education has worked hard to do that," Eddy noted in a letter to District 70.
Posted 9-11-2014 11:53 AM
Supt. Schumacher's Welcome Back
District 70 Supt. Dr. Guy Schumacher welcomes families back to school for the new 2014-15 school year.
Posted 9-8-2014 4:24 PM
New Assessments Set for Students This School Year
Libertyville District 70 students will take new assessments in the 2014-15 school year.

STAR Enterprise Assessments will be administered to kindergarteners through eighth-graders and will replace IOWA assessments, while PARCC will be administered to third- through eighth-graders and replace ISAT testing. This change will help 1) assess student understanding of the new Illinois Learning Standards for math and language arts, 2) help monitor student growth, 3) provide information to guide instruction, 4) evaluate curriculum effectiveness, and 5) provide opportunities for students to have more experience with online testing.

More information is posted on the d70schools.org website under the Curriculum Department, under "Assessment."
Posted 8-6-2014 2:50 PM
Calendar for the 2014-15 School Year
The 2014-15 school year calendar is available for your information.

More detailed, day-by-day calendars are posted on the websites.

Classes begin Aug. 20. Enjoy the summer!
Posted 4-17-2014 1:18 PM