Cultivate academic success so that our students become lifelong learners, innovators, and contributors to society.
Mr. Zarembski did an excellent job with my son Jameson this year. Our family is familiar with Mr. Z. as my oldest son Brantley had him as a first grade teacher as well. Jameson had a little bit of a rough start the first week and it was handled tremendously well as it normally is at Perry elementary. I would also like to praise my son Brantley's third grade teacher Mrs. Mund. She is doing an absolutely excellent job.
Mrs. Hursh has been a godsend. She is so caring and so patient with the students. My son just loves her! He talks about how much he loves her and how nice she is. I wish I could keep her as his teacher for the rest of his school career!
Mrs. Lake really makes Ezra happy to go to school everyday. She really knows how to keep the student's positive about learning and rewards them appropriately for doing a great job.
At our February Board meeting the following D100 staff who were nominated by their fellow peers to receive a shout out during a Board meeting:
• Courtney Adkins, Caledonia Elementary
• Katie Hornbeck, Perry Elementary
• Ann Abraham, Seth Whitman Elementary
• Jody Farris, South Middle School
• Anita Koziol & Pam Schwendau, South Middle School
• Emily Owen, Belvidere High School
• Jeanine Hadley, Central Office
Congratulations everyone and thank you for all you do for D100!
We have changed from a one hour delay to a cancellation of school for today, Tuesday, January 23rd.
Road conditions this morning continue to be very slick making it potentially unsafe for staff and students to travel to school. Further, we have had to cancel many of our bus routes.
The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Warning for our area through noon on Tuesday, January 16th. We are anticipating wind chills to reach negative 30 and below during our travel time to school, and our bus company is reporting challenging conditions and possible delayed routes making it unsafe to transport our students to school.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for our area beginning at 3:00 a.m., Friday, January 12th, and continuing throughout the day Friday, January 12th. This winter storm is expected to bring heavy snow and strong wind gusts to our area making it unsafe to transport our students to and from school.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for our area beginning at 8:00 p.m. today, Monday, January 8th and continuing throughout the day Tuesday, January 9th. This winter storm is expected to bring heavy snow and strong wind gusts to our area making it unsafe to transport our students to and from school.