Oak Grove Compliance Pages & Statements
RTO Reduction Plan - Under 105 ILCS 5/2-3.130(e) and 23 Ill. Admin Code 1.285(I) - Submit a plan to reduce and eventually eliminate the use of restraint and time out.
Bicycle & Pedestrian Training & Information for Students
Students at Oak Grove are provided supplementary information on how to appropriately ride bicycles and the general rules of being a pedestrian. Each of the documents below are provided to students to ensure that they understand the rules for both activities.
Bicycle Safety Rules of the Road / Walking and Pedestrian Safety & Rules
Peoria Health Department - Influenza & Meningococcal Vaccination Information
The school district includes informational materials regarding influenza and influenza vaccinations and meningococcal disease and meningococcal vaccinations developed, provided, or approved by the Department of Public Health under Section 2310-700 of the Department of Public Health Powers and Duties Law of the Civil Administrative Code of Illinois when the board provides information on immunizations, infectious diseases, medications, or other school health issues to the parents or guardians of students.
Influenza Information - Recommended Immunization Schedule for Parents
On or before December 1 of each year, the school district makes publicly available the immunization data they are required to submit to the State Board of Education by November 15. Immunization data made publicly available must be identical to the data the school district or school has reported to the State Board of Education.
2020 Immunization Data
Lead Testing Results - Parental Notification
On October 23, 2018, the Oak Grove School District #68 contracted Environmental Consultants, LLC (EC) to perform the lead testing required by Illinois Senate Bill 550. Below, please find the notification statement from Dr. Loren Baele regarding the results of the testing and mandatory notifications required. The results show that two sources of water are above the required notification levels but no sources are close to or over the required levels for USEPA action. Additionally, notification and results of the tests were sent to parents via written letter. If you should have any questions regarding the results please contact Dr. Baele.
Letter to Parents and Staff & Summary Test Results
Lead Testing Results - Parental Notification
On November 22, 2017, the Oak Grove School District #68 contracted Environmental Consultants, LLC (EC) to perform the lead testing required by Illinois Senate Bill 550. Below, please find the notification statement from Dr. Loren Baele regarding the results of the testing and mandatory notifications required. The results show that one source of water is above the required notification levels but no sources are close to or over the required levels for USEPA action. Additionally, notification and results of the tests were sent to parents via TeacherEase on December 15th, 2017. If you should have any questions regarding the results please contact Dr. Baele.
Letter & Test Results
Education of Homeless Children - Board Policy 6:140
Each child of a homeless individual and each homeless youth has equal access to the same free, appropriate public education as provided to other children and youths, including a public pre-school education. A homeless child is defined as provided in the McKinney Homeless Assistance Act and the Illinois Education for Homeless Children Act. The Superintendent or designee shall act as or appoint a Liaison for Homeless Children to coordinate this policy's implementation. For further questions regarding homeless designation, please contact Dr. Loren Baele at 309-697-3367 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equal Educational Opportunities - Board Policy 7:10
Equal educational and extracurricular opportunities shall be available for all students without regard to color, race, nationality, religion, sex, sexual orientation, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, gender identity, status of being homeless, immigration status, order of protection status, actual or potential marital or parental status, including pregnancy. Further, the District will not knowingly enter into agreements with any entity or any individual that discriminates against students on the basis of sex or any other protected status, except that the District remains viewpoint neutral when granting access to school facilities under School Board policy 8:20, Community Use of School Facilities. Any student may file a discrimination grievance by using Board Policy 2:260, Uniform Grievance Procedure.
School Wellness - Board Policy 6:50
School wellness, including good nutrition and physical activity, shall be promoted in the District's educational program, school activities, and meal programs. This policy shall be interpreted consistently with Section 204 of the Child Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Act of 2004 and the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 (HHFKA). To see a complete list of the following information please click on the Board Policy link above.
Goals for Nutrition Education and Nutrition Promotion
Goals for Physical Activity
Nutrition Guidelines for Foods Available During the School Day
Exempted Fundraising Day (EFD) Requests
Guidelines for Reimbursable School Meals
Provide your feedback on the Wellness Policy by submitting your suggestions to email@example.com.
Students that do not qualify for Special Education Services:
Students with disabilities who do not qualify for an individualized education program, as required by the Federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and implementing provisions of the School Code, may qualify for services under Section 504 of the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 if the child (i) has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, (ii) has a record of a physical or mental impairment, or (iii) is regarded as having a physical or mental impairment.
SOPPA Compliance Page - Click Here
SOPPA - Student Online Privacy Protection Act Student Online Privacy Protection Act (SOPPA) Public Act 101-0516, the Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA) protects the privacy and security of student data and personal information collected by online applications, websites, and services when used for K-12 school purposes. Parents may carry out their rights to: Inspect and review his/her child's covered information; request electronic or paper copies of his/her child's covered information and; request corrections to his/her child's inaccurate covered information under SOPPA by contacting the Oak Grove District 68 office 6018 W. Lancaster Rd. Bartonville, IL 61607 09-697-3367 105 ILCS 85/27(4), added by P.A. 101-516, effective July 1, 2021