Students will be returning to a different — and changing — Anne M. Jeans School in Willowbrook.
The Burr Ridge Elementary District 180 school is in the midst of a $4 million transformation that will go on throughout this school year.
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STEPPING STONE PROGRAM 2017-2018 School Year All District #180 Students attend full-day kindergarten. Our full-day kindergarten provides instructional practices that support the whole child. Teaching emphasizes and fosters social-emotional learning, which will prepare students for the academic learning experience. Our ultimate goal is to prepare all students for first grade by promoting healthy social-emotional development. Research has provided evidence that in order for children to be successful in school and beyond they must first develop appropriate social skills. During the first few weeks of school all kindergarten students will be working with each of our 4 kindergarten teachers. Using the State Readiness Measurement Tool, Kindergarten Individual Development Survey (KIDS), teachers will observe how each child: communicates, gets along with others, follows directions, follows rules, stays on task, regulates their own behavior, and how they are learning academic tasks. After this time period, teachers will determine which students would benefit from half of their school day in a kindergarten class that focuses on building kindergarten . . .read more
On Thursday, May 18th the CCSD180 Board of Education officially named,Tracy Ritchey, the Principal of Anne M. Jeans Elementary School for the 2017-2018 school year. Click here to view Mrs. Ritchey's letter as a PDF. Click here to view Dr. Schneider's letter as a PDF.read more
Students entering grades 5, 6, 7, 8 for the 2017 - 2018 school year will be required to complete math review packets , due the first day of school, AUGUST 21, 2017. Students meeting this requirement will be eligible for prizes throughout the first week of school! Math problems will go home with students on May 25, 2017. They will also be available in the Virtual Backpack on www.ccsd180.org. Click here to view the the PDF of this flyer.read more
At their last meeting, the Board of Education approved the 2017-18 school year calendar. The calendar is closely aligned to Hinsdale South High School’s calendar. 2017-2018 School Calendarread more
Our District’s goal is to have all students leave 8th grade at or above grade level in both reading and math. To reach this goal, we all need to encourage our students to PRACTICE daily. To emphasize the importance of reading and to enhance student’s reading skills, all students entering grades 2-8 for the 2017-2018 school year will be REQUIRED to read ONE book over the summer. Please review the links below to see which titles have been chosen. AMJE Summer Required Reading Grades 2-4 BRMS Summer Required Reading Grades 5-8read more
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Do your kids get free or reduced price school lunches? You may qualify for low-cost home internet. Visit InternetEssentials or call 1-855-8-INTERNET to learn more.read more
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Check out these recent media stories about CCSD180's Schools and Students. New food pantry opens in Willowbrook Elementary School ABC 7 News HCS Family Services open a Food Pantry at Anne M. Jeans Elementary School The 10 Most in Demand School Districts in DuPage County The 10 Most In Demand School Districts in DuPage County PDF Boys Basketball Player of the Year: Mike Smith All-Area boys basketball first team: Nick Rakocevic Nick Rakocevic, Mike Smith build on eighth-grade basketball success - Chicago Tribune Hoops recruiting: Fenwick's Mike Smith taking his time Tribune/WGN-9 Athlete of the Month: Mike Smith, 'Straight Outta Fenwick' Fenwick’s Mike Smith named Tribune/WGN Prep Athlete of the Month for January Interview Hinsdale South's Robert Hall now dangerous on both sides of the line - The Doings Weekly Hinsdale Magazineread more
2016 Score Report Illinois School Report Card Three Things to Know about the 2015-2016 PARCC Testing PARCC Test Design will change for 2015-2016 PARCC Assessment Information 10-2014 PARCC Assessment Frequently Asked Questions ISBE PARCC Place What Others Are Saying About PARCC PARCC Information to Parents-September 2015 Most Illinois students fall short on new PARCC tests School Report Card and PARCC Testing for Burr Ridge 180 Student Performance Report Capture the Core PARCC Info from ISBE October 2015 PARCC Parent Resources Understanding PARCC Scores Letter About PARCC October 2015read more
At their recent meeting, the Burr Ridge 180 Board of Education approved four goals for the coming school year. The Board publicly set these goals to help provide direction to the teachers and staff for the coming year. The Board remains committed to a belief in continuous improvement constantly evaluating the district's efforts towards an appropriateness of its goals. Click here to view the goals for the 2016-17 school year. CCSD180 District Improvement Plan Overview CCSD180 District Improvement Planread more
CCSD180 Organizational Chart CCSD 180 Chain of Commandread more
PDF Copy of Dr. Schneider's Technology Letterread more
Emergency Closings Center Website (Click Here) WINTER OFFICE HOURSread more
Burr Ridge School District 180 Parent Volunteer Guidelines The CCSD#180 Board of Education will be providing most of the basic school supplies that students need for this school year (i.e. pencils, pens, papers, folders, spirals, kleenex, wipes) What can families do to say THANK YOU? Attend Open House, attend both student/teacher conference nights, provide a regular spot to complete homework at home, encourage silent reading, support AR and Study Island, volunteer a minimum of 3 hours in your schools! Thank you for volunteering to work in your childâs classroom. We depend upon you, our volunteers, to help make Burr Ridge Schools a special, supportive place to learn and grow. There are several issues that we would like to make clear to ensure a positive relationship between you and the school community, for the good of our students. Sign In at the Office and Wear Volunteer Badge Parent volunteers must check in at the office, and wear a volunteer ID badge, each time they work at any of our Burr Ridge 180 Schools. Besides the obvious need to know who is in our school, we often receive calls for our . . .read more