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  • Title: Park Ridge - Niles | PowerIT
    Descriptive info: .. skip to content.. Username:.. *.. Password:.. Forgot your password?.. SchoolCMS Login.. Contact Us.. Park Ridge - Niles.. School District 64.. District.. District Home Page.. About Us.. State Report Cards.. Strategic Plan.. Strategic Plan Components.. Strategic Plan - Prior Years.. Strategic Plan Background.. Change Protocol.. District Calendar.. District Map.. FOIA Requests.. Schools.. Carpenter Elementary School.. Emerson Middle School.. Field Elementary School.. Franklin Elementary School.. Jefferson School.. Lincoln Middle School.. Roosevelt Elementary School.. Washington Elementary School.. Departments.. Superintendent.. Superintendent's Welcome.. Student Learning.. Common Core State Standards.. Educational Ends - Educating the Whole Child.. Channels of Challenge Program.. EIS/RtI Parent Resources.. District 64 Textbook List.. ISAT Preparation.. Technology.. Board Advanced Technology Committee.. Technology Classroom.. iPad Info.. Online Resources.. 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The site may contain links or references to other websites maintained by third parties over whom District 64 has no control.. Such links are provided merely as a convenience or for informational purposes.. District 64 makes no warranties, representation or endorsement of any kind as to the accuracy, currency, completeness or propriety of any information contained in such sites and shall have no liability for any damages or injuries of any kind arising from such content or information.. Inclusion of any third party link does not imply an endorsement or recommendation of the third party site by District 64.. Printer-friendly version.. Send to friend.. Hits Today:.. Total Hits:.. Last Updated:.. 08-09-2013.. News Announcements.. RSS.. District 64 Selects Assistant Principals for Roosevelt and Carpenter/Franklin Schools.. Published: Mon, June 24, 2013.. The Park Ridge-Niles School District 64 Board of Education at its June 24 meeting confirmed the appointment of Athanasia (Sia).. District 64 Foundation Selects Trio of Students for 2013 Ethical Leadership Award.. Published: Fri, June 14, 2013.. (From LEFT): Katelyn Kahn and Grace Janes, both Emerson Middle School; District 64 Superintendent Philip Bender; Maria Francque, Lincoln Middle.. District 64 Student Artwork Showcased for the Community.. Published: Fri, May 31, 2013.. Artwork from Park Ridge-Niles School District 64 students at all grade levels is showcased this spring in two public venues.. Spotlight Shines on School District 64’s Outstanding Students for 2012-13.. Published: Tue, May 21, 2013.. Park Ridge-Niles School District 64 at the May 20 Board of Education meeting recognized students for their outstanding achievements during.. School District 64 Budget Process Gets Underway for 2013-14.. The Park Ridge-Niles School District 64 Board of Education at a May 20 Committee-of-the-Whole meeting explored the first draft of.. News Archive.. Upcoming Events.. Full Calendar.. 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  • Title: Park Ridge - Niles | PowerIT
    Descriptive info: About Us.. As stated in Board Policy 1:30:.. Mission.. The mission of District 64, a vital partnership of staff, families and community, is to inspire all students to embrace learning, discover their strengths and achieve personal excellence in order to thrive in and contribute to a rapidly changing world by providing a rich, rigorous and innovative curriculum integrating civil behavior and fostering resilience.. Beliefs.. We believe that:.. All people have inherent worth.. Quality education benefits everyone.. Everyone within our community is responsible for the education and development of our children.. The family environment has a major influence on the development of a child.. All people can be successful learners and continue to learn throughout their lives.. A safe, nurturing environment is essential to learning.. People grow through a variety of experiences, opportunities and adversities.. High expectations and a positive attitude result in higher performance.. Both cooperation and healthy competition are necessary to achieve excellence.. Effort, perseverance and self-discipline are necessary for people to achieve their personal best.. People are responsible for their actions and honoring their commitments.. Honesty and integrity are essential to build and  ...   the educational program are to:.. Foster students’ self-discovery, self-awareness, and self-discipline.. Develop students’ awareness of and appreciation for cultural diversity.. Stimulate students’ intellectual curiosity and growth.. Provide students with fundamental career concepts and skills.. Help students develop sensitivity to the needs and values of others and a respect for individual and group differences.. Help each student strive for excellence and instill a desire to reach the limit of his or her potential.. Encourage students to become life long learners.. Provide an educational climate and culture free of bias concerning the protected classifications identified in policy 7:10, Equal Educational Opportunities.. As stated in Board Policy 7:02:.. General Statement on Student Policies.. Each child shall be given equal opportunity to advance to his educational potential.. Since children vary widely in abilities, interests, emotional composition and social and economic background, no two can be treated exactly alike if the fullest development of each is to be achieved.. The Board of Education shall provide, within the available resources, quality facilities, a challenging, comprehensive curriculum, and an exemplary staff to meet the educational goals of the District.. 18.. 6342.. 08-04-2011..

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  • Title: Park Ridge - Niles | PowerIT
    Descriptive info: State Report Cards.. Overview of District 64 student achievement in 2011-12.. The annual comprehensive review of student achievement was presented to the.. Board of Education at a Committee-of-the-Whole meeting on October 22, 2012.. It included.. a detailed analysis of: Illinois Standards Achievement Tests (ISAT) included in the Report Cards; Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) testing; and performance on the District's.. Educational Ends.. Here are several helpful ways to access the information:.. Report.. from Assistant Superintendent for Student Learning Lori Hinton.. PowerPoint of the presentation.. Video of the Board meeting.. News release:.. "School District 64 Reports Upward Trend in Student Achievement Continues; More Students "Exceed" Standards and Reach Higher Levels".. (PDF).. What information  ...   of time devoted to specific areas of instruction, teacher qualifications, performance on the annual Illinois Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) and school district finances.. The local school or district information is compared to state averages.. A printed copy of the school or District report card will be sent to parents or any interested person on request to the Department of Student Learning, 847-318-4300.. 2012 Report Cards.. Carpenter Elementary School.. Field Elementary School.. Franklin Elementary School.. Roosevelt Elementary School.. Washington Elementary School.. Emerson Middle School.. Lincoln Middle School.. District 64.. To view School Report Cards prior to 2011, visit the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).. Illinois School Report Card Home Page.. 13.. 3606.. 10-26-2012..

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  • Title: Park Ridge - Niles | PowerIT
    Descriptive info: Strategic Plan.. “A Journey of Excellence".. The Board of Education adopted the.. on May 10, 2010.. We believe this exciting plan captures the hopes and vision the members of our vital partnership -- staff, families and community -- share for the education of students in Park Ridge-Niles.. The plan is expected to shape the future of education in District 64 for at least five years through 2014-15.. A "Journey of Excellence" will require the collaboration of all our partners to be successful.. We welcome your interest and support.. includes: beliefs, mission, parameters,.. objectives,.. strategies and action plans.. 1-page "poster" PDF.. or.. 4-page PDF list including Action Plans.. District 64.. "Change Protocol".. Strategic Plan Strategy V.. 2-page list Word document.. 5-Year Projected Implementation Schedule.. (updated April 9, 2012).. Year 3 Implementation 2012-13.. The District's mission provides the lens for thinking about how to prioritize time and resources for 2012-13 and beyond:.. As the Strategic Plan moved into its third year of implementation, action plans and activities have been more clearly embedded within the District's initiatives.. The main priority for all staff in 2012-13 is the implementation of the Priority Standards/Common Core State Standards (CCSS) with technology integrated into the instruction of these standards, and the  ...   reports are presented to the Board of Education through the year on implementation activities.. Here are the reports during the third year of implementation:.. Formation of Board Advanced Technology Committee (BATC).. Memo of Information to Board of Education November 12, 2012 (.. PDF.. ).. News Release November 8, 2012 (.. Board Advanced Technology Committee (BATC) Membership.. Report to Board of Education December 10, 2012 (.. News Release December 10, 2012 (.. Mid-Year Progress Report to Board of Education on Strategic Plan District-Wide Priorities - February 25, 2013.. Report (.. Presentation (.. Link to meeting video.. of presentation/Board discussion.. Year-End Progress Report to Board of Education on Strategic Plan District-Wide Priorities - July 8, 2013.. Main Presentation (.. ) Instructional Technology Coaching Presentation (.. Link to meeting video of presentation/Board discussion.. NEW.. Board Advanced Technology Committee (BATC).. comprehensive website.. with all presentations and reports, including:.. Recommendations from.. Board Advanced Technology Committee (BATC) - April 8, 2013.. :.. Link to.. meeting video.. Board Advanced Technology Committee (BATC) - April 22, 2013:.. PDF).. meeting video.. More information!.. Year 1 Implementation 2010-11 Year 2 Implementation 2011-12.. Visit the companion page:.. Strategic Plan - Prior Years.. Key Steps in District 64 Planning Process (2007-10).. Strategic Plan Background.. 12.. 1833.. 07-08-2013..

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  • Title: Park Ridge - Niles | PowerIT
    Descriptive info: Strategic Plan Components.. Adopted by the Board of Education May 10, 2010.. Find out more about the implementation of the plan on this.. companion page of the Web site.. --.. Parameters.. Objectives.. Strategies Action Plans.. We will always maintain safe, supportive learning environments.. We will not tolerate behavior that is demeaning or disrespectful to any individual or group.. School improvement plans will always be consistent with the strategic plan of the District.. No new program or service will be accepted unless it is consistent with the strategic plan, benefits clearly justify the costs, and provisions are made for professional development and program evaluation.. No program or service will be retained unless it provides an optimal contribution to the mission and benefits continue to justify the cost.. Student performance on the Illinois Standards Achievement Tests (ISATs) will always compare favorably with other high-achieving districts.. Absent dire unforeseen financial circumstances, the District will honor its commitment to not seek a referendum before 2017.. We will always maintain programming that addresses the academic, social-emotional and physical development of the whole child.. All students will meet or exceed the District's targeted benchmarks for critical thinking, creative expression and problem solving.. Each student will identify, set and achieve personally challenging goals related to academics, civil behavior, talents, and interests.. Strategy I:.. We will accelerate the use of advanced technology as an integral component of the educational program and to effectively manage our system.. Action Plan 1:.. Implement the Technology Scope and Sequence Curriculum that is under development by the District 64 Technology Action Team.. Action Plan 2.. Ensure that all staff adhere to a minimum standard of technology proficiency and continually advance their technology acumen.. Action Plan 3.. Provide resources to assist educators to create, maintain and integrate educational experiences with various technologies as the medium.. Action Plan 4.. Utilize available technology to manage our schools more efficiently and effectively.. Action Plan 5.. Utilize technology to inform and communicate with the community.. Action Plan 6.. Build appropriate network infrastructure to support the advanced use of technology throughout the District.. Action Plan 7.. Implement a District 64 "Technology Implementation Committee" (TIC), modeled on  ...   of our partnership in order to provide a rich, more powerful and diverse student learning experience.. : Establish service learning for all students in District 64 through authentic educational experiences, which will inspire students to become engaged learners in their community.. : Improve the collaborative relationship between District 64 and families who do not speak English.. Strategy IV: We will define and clarify expectations for student learning, ensure all staff effectively differentiate instruction, and use assessment data to support students in meeting or exceeding the District's targeted benchmarks.. : Establish Power Standards for each grade level in all core, encore and specials areas, critical thinking, creative expression and problem solving.. : Develop hiring practices that ensure new certified staff have exposure to differentiation through experience and/or education.. : Create staff development opportunities for all staff to increase their knowledge of and experience with differentiation.. : Develop a peer coaching program and begin implementation for the infusion of flexible grouping and other methods of differentiation.. : Fully implement peer coaching for the infusion of flexible grouping and other methods of differentiation.. : Develop pre and post common assessments that will allow teachers to adapt instruction and expectations to individual learning styles and levels.. : Develop differentiated lessons to adapt instruction and expectations to individual learning styles and levels.. : Implement differentiated lessons in all areas of core curriculum.. Action Plan 9.. : Encourage students to use creative expression, critical thinking and problem solving throughout their day.. Action Plan 10.. : Develop a District philosophy and corresponding communication tools (e.. g.. , report cards, conferences, other mechanisms) that provide clear information regarding each student's individual performance in relation to the District standards.. Action Plan 11.. : Use data over time as an indicator for instructional change.. Strategy V: We will develop and implement a protocol to ensure staff and community members understand, are committed to, and have the tools to carry out changes within the system that are needed to achieve our mission and objectives.. : Put into practice a protocol for designing, implementing and assessing proposed changes.. (Select from.. or.. ) (.. View entire protocol.. 1.. 1075.. 04-21-2011..

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  • Title: Park Ridge - Niles | PowerIT
    Descriptive info: Year 2 Implementation 2011-12.. Here is the a.. pproved Implementation schedule and budget for 2011-12:.. A regular cycle of reporting to the Board on progress toward activities in each action plan and budgeted expenditures has been established.. Here are the reports during the second year of implementation:.. June 27, 2011.. Memo of Information.. to the Board of Education: Update on Instructional Coaching Pilot for Technology.. August 22, 2011.. Memo of information.. to the Board of Education.. October 24, 2011.. Report to the Board.. of Education on Instructional Coaching Pilot for Technology:.. Presentation by Director of Technology Terri Bresnahan and Coaches --.. PDF of PowerPoint.. View video component.. within the presentation.. View video of entire Board of Education.. meeting October 24, 2011.. December 12, 2011.. Progress Report #1.. to the Board.. January 23, 2012 Report to the Board of Education on Instructional Coaching Pilot for Technology:.. Presentation by Director of Technology Terri Bresnahan -.. Cover memo.. to BOE.. meeting  ...   2011-12 got underway on April 25, 2011 and was completed on May 23, 2011.. At that meeting, the Board authorized a revised schedule of activities and modified budget of $225,000.. for the second year of Strategic Plan work.. Here are the reports presented at the three meetings:.. April 25, 2011 complete report to Board of Education (.. April 25, 2011 companion presentation (.. ).. April 25, 2011 separate presentation on Technology Coach Pilot (.. ) (included in "complete report" above).. May 9, 2011 report to Board of Education (.. May 23, 2011 report to Board of Education.. (.. Approved Implementation Schedule and Budget for 2011-12.. Year 1 Implementation 2010-11.. Here are the reports during the first year of implementation:.. 2010-11 Activities.. September 13, 2010 Update (.. ) to the Board of Education.. October 12, 2010 Update.. (Memo of Information.. December 13, 2010.. Progress Report.. February 28, 2011 Update (.. April 4, 2011.. June 13, 2011.. 0.. 135.. 02-06-2013..

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  • Title: Park Ridge - Niles | PowerIT
    Descriptive info: Key Steps in District 64's Strategic Planning Process (2007-10).. The Board of Education and District administrators explored various strategic planning models and time frames.. The Cambridge Strategic Services model and facilitator Dr.. Howard Feddema were selected to develop a plan unique to District 64.. The steps are identified on the.. Strategic Planning Process Discipline Flowchart.. Strategic planning kick-off -- News release September 22, 2008 (.. Strategic Planning Team was formed December 2008/January 2009.. 27-member Strategic Planning group.. represents a microcosm of our community, including parents, teachers, support staff, Board members, building and District administrators, and community members.. Strategic Planning Team met for the first time -- April 23-25, 2009.. The key components were created and agreed upon collectively and unanimously.. These included: Beliefs, Mission, Parameters, Objectives and Strategies.. First draft of key Strategic Plan components presented to Board of Education -- May 4, 2009.. Report to the Board and the full first draft plan.. News release.. August 2009 newsletter update to the community.. Action Teams began work on the 5  ...   Draft Strategic Plan.. and.. 26 Action Plans.. District 64 presented 2010-11 implementation schedule and budget to Board of Education -- April 26, 2010.. Presentation PowerPoint.. Board of Education adopted District 64 Strategic Plan and 2010-11 activities and revised budget -- May 10, 2010.. Report to Board of Education on.. Approval of Strategic Plan.. Approval of 2010-11 Implementation Schedule and Revised Budget.. How the Action Planning Teams Worked (October 2009 - February 2010).. Thanks to a strong outpouring of interest from the community, District 64 created five Action Planning Teams that worked from October 2009 - February 2010.. More than 100 volunteers participated on the teams; each team had a balance of District 64 staff and community members.. Review the.. membership.. of the five teams.. The teams identified the specific steps required to meet the.. five strategies in the strategic plan.. Accelerating the Advanced Use of Technology.. Building a Model for Personal Student Goals.. Collaboration within Our Partnership.. Expectations for Student Learning and Instructional Practices.. Providing Support and Tools for Change.. 20..

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  • Title: Park Ridge - Niles | PowerIT
    Descriptive info: Our Schools.. Jefferson School.. Superintendent's Welcome.. Contact Information.. Awards and Achievements.. Connections Newsletter.. News Archives.. District 64 E-News.. District Information.. Alerts & Emergency Information.. Student-Parent Handbook.. Change Protocol.. Facility Master Plan.. Registration.. Middle School Athletics.. Green Team Committee.. District Map.. District Calendar.. Bus Information.. District 64 Wellness.. Board of Education.. Contact Board of Education.. Board of Education Meetings.. Board of Education Goals.. District 64 Policy Manual.. Board of Education Updates.. Student Learning.. Educational Ends - Educating the Whole Child.. District 64 Visual Arts Curriculum.. District 64 Social Studies Curriculum.. District 64 Science Curriculum.. District 64 Physical Education Curriculum.. District 64 Middle School Electives.. District 64 Math Curriculum.. District 64 Language Arts Curriculum.. District 64 Instrumental Music Curriculum.. District 64 Information Literacy.. District 64 Health Curriculum.. District 64 General Music Curriculum.. District 64 Foreign Language Curriculum.. Channels of Challenge Program.. EIS/RtI Parent Resources.. District 64 Textbook List.. Student Resources.. Curriculum Connections.. Grolier Encyclopedia.. World Book Encyclopedia.. ISAT Preparation.. Library Collections.. OnLine Textbooks.. Surveys.. Study Island.. Technology Classroom.. Staff.. Curriculum Resources.. District Forms.. Educational Ends Assessments.. ELF Documents.. E-mail Log-In.. Fitness Scoring.. Health Staff.. Inform Log-In.. KIDS Program Log-In.. Media Services (Videos).. NWEA MAP.. PowerSchool Log-In.. Professional Growth.. Prof Growth Info and Forms.. Puppetown.. Substitute (Aesop) Reservation.. Textbook Inventory.. Parents Community.. Band and Orchestra.. Choral Boosters.. Elementary Learning Foundation.. Senior Tax Exchange Program.. Traffic Safety Committee.. Community Resources.. Handbook Acknowledgement.. Community Info/Events.. Health Educational Services.. Health Services.. Health & Safety Tips.. Preschool Special Services.. Special Education.. TPI Program.. Lunch Program.. District Finances.. Bid & RFP Documents.. Financial Data - Current.. Financial Data - Prior Years.. Community Finance Committee.. Education Finance Fact Book.. Pay Student Fees.. Science Olympiad.. Spelling Bee 2011-12.. Park Ridge-Niles School District 64.. Protocol for designing, implementing and assessing proposed changes.. ( 1-page.. "poster".. PDF or 2-page list.. Word document.. Create a document that will define and align proposed change with the mission, parameters and beliefs of the District's Strategic Plan.. Define the change in detail and summarize the objectives and how it aligns to the District's parameters and beliefs.. 2.. Define the measures of success for each objective.. 3.. Identify the source of the change (i.. e.. , mandated or other).. 4.. Justify the necessity of the change.. 5.. Explain how existing jobs, systems and processes will be impacted by the proposed change.. Identify the individuals and groups (stakeholders) impacted by the change.. Describe the characteristics of those stakeholders to be impacted by the change that include:.. A.. List who will  ...   task is on target or at risk of not being done.. Review timeline against other District initiatives and ongoing practices to stay aligned.. Identify potential project constraints or risks.. Identify and allocate the required materials, resources and equipment to implement the change.. Specify the following required to effectively manage the change process:.. Human resources (e.. , people, expertise).. Tools, technology, etc.. (e.. , software, hardware, templates, methods, assessments, etc.. ).. Equipment/materials (books, manuals, guides, audio-visual, toolkits, etc.. Determine the funding/budget for #1 above.. Document how/when to use the above tools and equipment and how/when to produce and distribute materials.. Implement an ongoing system of listening and communication(s).. Develop or select a communication methodology; use existing method if District already has one in place.. Partner with District's Public Information Coordinator to determine, document and/or develop the following for each significant, District-wide communication campaign:.. Who are key communicators? Do they have the skills/credibility required to be effective?.. What are the key messages? How do they need to be crafted for maximum effectiveness?.. Why is the message needed? What is the intended outcome of each message?.. When do key messages need to be delivered?.. How or by whom does each key message need to be communicated? Written, voice, face-to-face?.. To whom does each key message need to reach?.. Does the message require a feedback loop? If yes, when and how will the interaction process work?.. Document lessons learned, successes and opportunities for improvement after each communication campaign.. Communicate with the District's Public Information Coordinator the progress to be included in the District's annual reporting to the community at large on the progress of the overall Strategic Plan (e.. , Connections newsletter, "State of the District," etc.. ).. Identify and select a training approach.. Consult with the appropriate department to determine the following:.. Who to train.. What to train them on.. Why this training.. How to train.. When to train.. Where to train.. How to differentiate training.. Evaluate training effectiveness and redesign training as necessary.. Develop an ongoing system of evaluation before implementation begins.. Monitor the timelines, task lists and milestones for implementation.. Using the measures of success in Step 1, determine if the objectives were achieved and if additional measurements are needed in the future.. Implement an annual or other periodic review process to make sure the change is successful and if not, propose plans for improvement or cancellation.. Report on lessons learned (what went right, what went wrong, what would you do differently).. 188..

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  • Title: Park Ridge - Niles | PowerIT
    Descriptive info: Calendar for School Year 2013-14.. (full calendar.. by month.. ; full calendar.. as a list.. adopted by the Board of Education 2-11-13.. Highlights:.. First Day for Students.. -.. Tuesday, August 27, 2013.. (Note: Due to a new state law beginning in the 2013-14 school year, the first day and last day of school for students are.. full.. attendance days.. Winter Break – Begin Monday, December  ...   31, 2014 – Return Monday, April 7, 2014.. Last Day of School – Friday, June 13, 2014.. Dates of key events at all schools.. PDF list.. Schedule of school newsletters.. Tentative.. Calendars for 2014-15 and 2015-16.. DRAFT.. calendars for these years were adopted by the Board of Education on February 11, 2013, and.. are subject to change:.. Tentative calendar for.. 2014-15.. 2015-16.. 93.. 31765.. 07-01-2013..

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