Berwyn parents mull Dist. 100 plan for grade level centers
BERWYN – Berwyn Elementary School District 100 has a problem with overcrowding at Hiawatha School and low reading scores at Komensky School. Officials say by turning both schools into grade level centers, the district may be able to solve both problems.
Some parents, however, see the proposal for grade level centers as nothing but a logistical headache that raises concerns for the safety of those children who walk to school.
Superintendent Stan Fields touched briefly on the issue, which has been tabled pending the outcome of a referendum scheduled in March 2014 at the April 23 Board of Education Meeting. The referendum would address the need to increase space in the district’s schools, among them, Hiawatha School.
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