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Batavia Public School District 101


Batavia Public School District 101 is celebrated for its commitment to students and for purposeful collaboration. Through a continuous improvement perspective that is grounded on a genuine belief that all students can learn, our educators work collaboratively to maintain a district-wide learning environment that maximizes resources to improve the lives of students. Through a focus on learning, results and collaboration, we educate students today to meet the challenges of tomorrow.

BEPR Reports

BEPR Reports


Batavia Educational Program Review (BEPR) is an excercise in evaluating all aspects of Batavia Public School District 101 programs and works through several funding scenarios.



The results are compiled and then presented to the Board of Education for consideration.



BEPR Reports for the past several years are available for review.

Board Policy


Board of Education governance requires written policies. Written policies ensure legal compliance, establish board processes, articulate District ends, delegate authority, and define operating limits. Board policies also provide the process for monitoring progress toward District ends.




To read board policy click: Board Policy and Procedures


Budgets & Financial Reports


There are several types of reports that BPS101 uses to communicate its financial status to the community.  They are:

History

Batavia Historical Society


Batavia has a rich history, a large portion of it has been documented at the Batavia Historical Society's website.



We wanted to take a minute and detail the history of the 100-year-rivalry between Batavia and Geneva, found at the Batavia Historical Society's website.

Report Cards

Each year, the State Board of Education releases school report cards for each public school in the state. The 2014 report cards include student scores on the Illinois Standards Achievement and Prairie State Achievement tests, and ACTs, demographic information on students and teachers, and financial information on school districts. Private and parochial schools do not take state achievement tests.



Click for BPS Report Cards

School Boundaries

Maps


The BPS101 Boundary Map outlines the boundaries of BPS101 schools and is subject to change.

Student Registration

Registration

Please note: From July 1 through July 25, parents of students at all BPS101 schools who need to register their student(s) must register their student(s) at Rosalie Jones Administration Center, located at 335 W. Wilson Street.  The Rosalie Jones Administration Center will be open Monday – Thursday from 8AM to 3PM in July.


 


Register a Returning Student


Parents and guardians may register returning students for the upcoming school year through the PowerSchool Parent Portal.