State Report Cards and Other State Reports

State Report Cards

The web-based interactive version of the preliminary 2016-2017 State Report Card for District 90 and each of our schools can be viewed by clicking on the links below. 

Th Report Card includes PARCC data for District 90 schools and the District, as a whole. 

Education for the Future Survey

The Education for the Future survey was conducted in the spring of 2016 as part of District 90’s continuous improvement initiatives. Administered by California State University, the confidential online survey is designed to generate a detailed picture of the workings of our schools by encouraging students in grades 4-8, families, and staff to share their thoughts on important elements of school processes and practices. The results will be used to guide improvement in District 90. The results for each of our schools can be viewed by clicking on the links below.

Illinois Youth Survey

Conducted on a biennial basis, the Illinois Youth Survey (IYS) is administered to students in grades 8, 10, and 12 across the state. Previous versions of the survey also included sixth grade students. Students anonymously and confidentially answered questions about a variety of health and social indicators including tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use; nutrition and fitness; violence; bullying; and perceptions of school climate. Funded by the Illinois Department of Human Service and supported by the Illinois State Board of Education, the IYS is administered through the University of Illinois’ Center for Prevention Research and Development.

 

Adequate Yearly Progress Report

Illinois State Board of Education 2013 Adequate Yearly Progress Report

The 5Essentials School Climate Survey

The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) administered the 5Essentials survey to students and teachers in Spring 2013. Schools could choose to also survey parents, which District 90 elected to do. Initial results were reported to school districts in June. Superintendent Condon and the school principals have reviewed and analyzed the preliminary D90 feedback to identify areas of success and opportunities for growth.

However, ISBE plans to review the survey results to ensure the reliability and validity of the results and student outcomes, and will not release them this year in their originally intended form. Statewide, schools and school districts expressed concern about the manner in which the survey compared school results to obtain ratings.

In a message to schools, State School Superintendent Christopher A. Koch noted that the State will only report student and teacher response rates through the electronic Illinois Report Card, which will be activated on October 31. Regardless, Dr. Condon shared the preliminary District survey feedback with the Board of Education at its October 21, 2013, meeting.To view the presentation, click here.

Immunization Status of School-Age Children in Illinois for School Year 2013-2014  

To view the PDF of the immunization status of students in River Forest District 90 schools, click here. 

To link to the Illinois State Board of Education's website for information on the Immunization Status of School-Age Children in Illinois, click here.