Illinois State Board of Education Model School District



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    • District Office



       

      District 109 Central Office
      7540 South 86th Avenue
      Justice, IL 60458

      phone: (708) 496-8700
      fax: (708) 496-8641
       
      Central Office
      Dr. Jon N. Nebor
      Superintendent
      Nancy Tough
      Superintendent Secretary
      OMA Designee
      Dr. Blair Nuccio
      Assistant Superintendent
      Linda Kensik
      Secretary to the Asst. Superintendent/Personnel
      Linda Jeffers
      Business Manager
      FOIA Officer
      Mary Ann Hotzfield
      Reception, Substitutes
      Linda Krynski
      Payroll, Benefits
      Gloria Nemeth
      Accounts Payable, Purchasing
      Karen Pleger
      District Cashier

       

      Curriculum and Technology Department
      Christine Baldwin
      Director of Curriculum and Instruction
      Betty Nowak
      Curriculum Secretary
      Karen Goodson
      Curriculum Secretary
       Christine Priester
      LSS Coordinator
      Amy Bielanski 
      LSS  Coordinator
      Anne Whiting 
      Parent Involvement Specialist
      John Janisch
       Director of Technology
      Richard Harting
      Technical Support Specialist
      Ruba Sousan Director of ELL rsousan@isd109.org

       

      Pupil Personnel Services
      Heath Brosseau
      Director of Special Education
      Jackie Hoffman
      Special Education Secretary
      Kathy Bordelon
      School Psychologist
       Katy McCullough
      School Psychologist
      Jeneen Kateeb
      School Psychologist

       

      District Services
      Bob Habel
      Director of Buildings and Grounds
      Linda Neumann
      Director of Food Services

       

       

       

       

       

       

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      • Curriculum Strategy

        Curriculum development in District #109 has broken away from a compartmentalized, textbook directed philosophy to a standards-driven approach that actively engages students in the learning and assessment experience. This concept provides a framework from which teachers can develop robust units of study that actively involve students in real-world problem solving.


        The goal of curriculum, instruction, and assessment is to promote high performance and achievement opportunities for all students with an emphasis on labeling services rather than students. To achieve this goal and to truly ensure that no child is left behind, the learning community of District #109 holds the following beliefs:

        •    Standards define the curriculum – not textbooks. Textbooks are examples of one kind of resource through which the Illinois Learning Standards can be taught. As a result, the Illinois Learning Standards Performance Descriptors will define the curriculum for all fundamental learning areas.
        •    Children learn best when they are actively engaged in what they are doing.
        •    Reading is the most important thing a child will ever learn. It should be incorporated into all teaching in all disciplines.
        •    Student achievement must be assessed formatively as well as summatively so that intervention strategies can be implemented in the moment.
        •    Professional development opportunities to develop a standards-driven curriculum, one that sparks student motivation and enhances achievement, will be ongoing and based on student data and the learning needs of the learning community.
        •    Curriculum development is an on-going process.  As with student achievement, it must constantly be evaluated, modified, and adjusted. Assessing student progress provides one means of measuring the current curriculum's effectiveness; collecting data about student progress is another.

         

        Mission Statement | Professional Development | RtI Process | Curriculum Initiatives | Title I Plan

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    • Bridgeview Elementary

      Bridgeview Elementary School
      7800 South Thomas
      Bridgeview, IL 60455
      (708) 496-8713 fax: (708) 496-1142

       

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    • Brodnicki Elementary

      Brodnicki Elementary School
      8641 West 75th Street
      Justice, IL 60458
      (708) 496-8716
      fax: (708) 496-8173

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    • Lyle Elementary

      Lyle Elementary School
      7801 West 75th Street
      Bridgeview, IL 60455
      (708) 496-8722
      fax: (708) 728-3120

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    • Wilkins Elementary

      Wilkins Elementary School
      8001 South 82nd Avenue
      Justice, IL 60458
      (708) 496-8708
      fax: (708) 728-3114

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    • Wilkins Junior High

      Wilkins Junior High School
      8001 South 82nd Avenue
      Justice, IL 60458
      (708) 496-8708
      fax: (708) 728-3114

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