Principal's 2012-2013 Welcome
Welcome to the Donovan Jr. / Sr.
High School website. We hope that you find the information on this
website beneficial. We strive to reach all learners by exposing
students to a rigorous curriculum that is aligned with the Illinois
State Learning Standards. Teaching students the skills and values they
need in order to become productive, successful members of society is our
mission. Differentiating instruction and focusing on strategies to
improve reading skills is a primary focus along with offering a
curriculum that includes core subjects, the fine arts, and the
Developing positive working
relationships with students, parents, guardians, and all stakeholders is
a responsibility we take very seriously. Parents and educators are
encouraged to have regular contact to discuss their child’s educational
progress. I look forward to serving the students, parents, and
community members of Beaverville, Donovan, Iroquois, Martinton, and
surrounding rural areas during the upcoming 2012-2013 school year.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. Let’s
have a great year!
Mr. Jason Bauer
E-mail Mr. Bauer
Donovan District Website
Think Link Testing
Market Day Fundraiser
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& Lunch Menus
MRSA AWARENESS INFORMATION
Kankakee Area Career Center
Preparing Students For Tomorrow
Community Outreach & Resource Webpage!
Follow the link to find great opportunities for parents,
students, and community members in your area.
The Parent Page
Click on the link above to view
"The Parent Page"
Topics & points of Interest for
Helping your child deal with bullying,
Get involved with your child's education,
Ten Tips for a successful Parent-Teacher conference,
Eating together, There's more than what's on the menu
Eating disorders & your child
District Demographic Information
Donovan is a small rural district,
which encompasses the northeastern corner of Iroquois County. Current
enrollment for the district is 409 students
(K-12). It is predominantly agricultural and
commuter in orientation. Most of the commuters travel
ten miles south to Watseka or thirty miles north to Kankakee for
employment, shopping, and social activities. The Donovan district covers
one hundred thirty-five square miles, which includes the
four small towns of Beaverville, Martinton, Iroquois, and
Donovan. The Jr.- Sr. High School building is
in the town of Donovan while the elementary building is two miles west
of Donovan in an agricultural setting. The communities as a total
package can be classified as rural blue collar in nature.
District Letter to Parents
Please click the link below to
view the Superintendents letter to parents regarding sexting.
Reducing the Incidences of Sexting.pdf
State Legislation requires schools to notify parents of the
availability of sex offender information including offender
registration information and the searchable database. Please be
advised that sex offender information can be obtained at
www.isp.state.il.us/sor. This is updated daily and allows
searching by name, city, town, county, zip code, compliance status
or any combination thereof.
The Donovan School district is currently
using the One Call Now messaging service to notify parents,
students, staff and community members of school cancellations,
delay of sporting events, event reminders, pick-up times
and much more. In the event of a
cancellation, you will receive a phone call from the Call One Now
messaging service stating the reason for the cancellation, delay,
etc...If you receive the call in error or would like to be removed from
our call list, please use the hyperlink to login to the Call One Now
system to edit you "family Profile" settings.
School cancellations, early closing or late starts due to weather
conditions will also be announced over the local radio stations as soon
as decisions have been reached.
CALL THE SCHOOL.
WFGA(94.1)..Watseka and WKAN(1320), WVLI(95.1)...Kankakee, (WHPO)..Hoopeston,
and WIVR (101.7)..on your radio dials.
Reaching out to
help families and individuals identify resources.
The Kankakee-Iroquois HELP network is a comprehensive community
information system designed to connect the residents of Kankakee and
Iroquois counties, in north central Illinois, with governmental agencies,
publicly financed human services and non-profit organizations.
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