At the start of each school year, the District publishes the Parent-Student Handbook with information on some of the District’s regulations, an explanation of the services we provide, as well as our expectations for the education of District 103 students. The handbook is intended to provide a summary of Board policies and procedures governing the District and may be amended during the year without notice. The handbook is provided at the start of the new school year as an informational resource for our students and families.
The 1:1 Teaching & Learning Parent Handbook has been reformatted for 2017-2018 to more closely reflect the Technology Department's philosophy, program goals, participation options, and classroom apps. It also includes a section with Frequently Asked Questions!
Comprehensive Board policies are available in the District Administration Office and online under the Board tab.
The Student Handbook is part of the Student Planner (Assignment Notebook). It outlines the student conduct expectations and discipline policies. Each year, parents/guardians are asked to review the guidelines with their child(ren), along with the guidelines regarding the use of electronic devices and technology.
We review student expectations with students in their classrooms at the beginning of the school year and focus on respect for self, others, and the world around them. We approach these expectations through an easy-to-understand concept of "bucket filling," and we work to successfully resolve conflict using a 4-step approach. Please view the following expectations: