Batavia Public School District 101's headquarters is located at the Rosalie M. Jones Administration Center. The…More district's administrators, including the superintendent, work out of the center. The Batavia Board of Education meetings are also held at this location.
The center was named after former Batavia School Board President and member Rosalie Jones. It opened in 2002 on the former site of the Batavia Public Library in downtown Batavia.
The district includes six elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. The district covers about 20 square miles and was formed in 1911 when the separate eastside and westside Batavia school districts combined into one.
Grace McWayne Elementary School sits on a hill on Batavia's west side. The school serves students from Batavia, the…More village of Elburn and Geneva who live within Batavia Public School District 101 boundaries.
The school is named after Grace McWayne, who taught in Batavia schools for almost 60 years.
The Grace McWayne school building layout is the exact same as Hoover-Wood Elementary School on Batavia's east side. The schools opened on the same day: Aug. 28, 2001.
Hoover-Wood Elementary School serves students throughout Batavia's southeast side. During the 2010-11 school year,…More Hoover-Wood hosts the Batavia Public School District 101's bilingual kindergarten program. It also hosts the district's We Help Enrich Early Literacy kindergarten program, or WHEEL for short.
The school was named after longtime Batavia educators Eldora Hoover and William Wood.
The Hoover-Wood school building layout is the exact same as Grace McWayne Elementary School on Batavia's west side. The schools opened on the same day: Aug. 28, 2001.
The J.B. Nelson Elementary School is located near downtown Batavia on the city's east side. The center of the School…More contains a sprawling outdoor courtyard maintained by a group of volunteers. "It's one of the hidden treasures of our building," J.B. Nelson Principal Melissa Kaczkowski said of the courtyard.
The school was named after John B. Nelson, an educator who served in multiple positions in Batavia Public School District 101, including superintendent and math teacher.