• School Safety Drills:

    This is a notice Berwyn North School District 98 will have annual mandatory school safety drills at each school building in March or April 2021. Do not be alarmed. These are mandatory safety measures the district follows from the state of Illinois to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and visitors. If a real emergency were to occur, communication will be shared immediately. 

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Update: Pandemic EBT Benefits p ebt

Berwyn North families, there was miscommunication with the system of the district and the system of the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) in regard to the Pandemic EBT Benefits. All errors have been fixed as of last week. There is no need to apply. New and updated information will be pulled on April 26th from the Illinois Department of Human Services. Families should be expecting their Pandemic EBT Benefits after that date sometime in May. If you would like to call IDHS directly, please call the IDHS P-EBT Hotline at 1 (833) 621-0737.

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Berwyn North School District 98 has an official app that you can download on your Apple or Android device! Stay up-to-date on all of the great things happening in our district right at your fingertips. The app is fully translated in Spanish and English for our Berwyn North community. Scan the QR code that will take you directly to download the app!

You can also click on the following links to download the app:

Feel free to email marketing@bn98.org to let us know if you have any questions or comments on your experience with the app! 

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The U.S. Department of Education still expects every public school system in the country to administer federally mandated standardized tests to their students. Additionally, the U.S. Department of Education is strongly encouraging States to use the assessment data for guidance and planning instead of accountability purposes this year. We strongly encourage all parents to consider sending their children to school to take the tests. These tests can only be administered in person. If your child is participating in remote instruction and you want them to take the state test, please inform your child’s Principal. Transportation will not be provided by the school district. Parent/guardians will need to drop-off and pick-up students at their scheduled times. Please note that ALL students must wear face masks while on school district property and adhere to safety guidelines.

Please read the Standardized Testing Letter here!