ETHS Day School
The Day School embodies the mission of District 202: “Embracing its diversity, ETHS is committed to educating all of its students to their maximum potential.” Designed to improve students’ academic, social-emotional, and post-secondary outcomes, the school responds to unique learning needs with specialized and direct instruction, and individualized services and interventions.
Placement at the ETHS Day School occurs through an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) team decision based on student need. Each student's levels of functioning, goals, accommodations and related services (all prescribed by the IEP) drive consideration of placement at the school.
Illinois Social-Emotional Learning Standards serve as the foundation for all social-emotional programming at the Day School. A system of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) serves as the universal system for teaching and reinforcing all social-emotional expectations and supports.
The ETHS Day School offers core content that is parallel to general education academic curriculum, including Physical Education (PE). In addition to elective options, students have access to vocational experiences through the school and community partnerships.
Academic resources include before-school and after-school supports, study hall, and case management. Day School students also have access to a range of resources on the main campus, such as science labs, College and Career Services, and media centers (East Library, Central Library, Chromezone, and South Technology Center).
To view the ETHS Day School's bell schedules, click here.
Regular Summer School Monday-Thursday 8:00am-4:30pm 8:00am-2:00pm Friday 8:00am-4:00pm Closed