The Early Childhood (EC) education program is housed within Alice Gustafson Elementary School where it moved to a new facility in September of 2008. It is the instructional home for approximately 120 children ages 3 to 5 years who join the Early Childhood program either by qualifying for services after participating in a free Early Childhood Screening, or by enrolling in the BPS101 Community Preschool. For more information, please contact (630) 937-8000.
Each elementary building has a reading specialist that provides supplemental reading instruction for low achieving students in grades K-2, and assists classroom teachers as they provide interventions to students in reading.
English Language Learners Program
Batavia Public Schools and the faculty and staff of the English Language Learners program are committed to the long-term success of students through growth in: Language Development, Literacy Skills, Content Mastery, Cognitive Competencies, Social Competencies and Emotional Learning.
The purpose of the Gifted Education service in Batavia Public Schools is to identify and serve those students who demonstrate academic excellence beyond that of their chronological peers regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, disability or socioeconomic status.
Please see links below for provider contact information and summaries of their services.
Supporting Those At Risk
Batavia Public Schools, the Kindergarten faculty, and staff of the STAR program are committed to the long-term success of students through growth in: Language Development, Learning Readiness, Social & Behavioral Skills, Early Literacy, Early Numeracy, and Gross & Fine Motor Development.
Register a Returning Student
Parents and guardians may register returning students for the upcoming school year through the PowerSchool Parent Portal.
Enroll a New Student
Students new to the District must complete the following steps to enroll:
Contact your local school. If you don't know which school to contact, please see our school boundary map.
2014 Summer Programs
Through its 2014 Summer Programs, Batavia Public School District 101 will again offer targeted learning opportunities for students who may benefit from academic instruction and enrichment activities during the summer. The following tuition-based programs will be offered to students: