Wright Elementary’s October 9, 2014 Virtual Backpack VIRTUAL BACKPACK WRIGHT’s PTO Website W r I g ht I This Week’s Contents: Dad’s & Donuts, Market Day, Multi Cultural Festival, Box Tops, Educational Database Links, Storybook Pumpkin Decorating, Boy’s Jr. Whips Tryout’s, HHS Cheerleading Clinic, Fire Safety Day at Springhill Mall, Wrestling Club, Girl Scouts, Pumpkin Rafﬂe in the Café, D300 AD/HD Presentation Oct 10th NO SCHOOL - Teacher In service Oct 13th NO SCHOOL - Columbus Day Oct 17th Dad’s-n-Donuts (7-8am) Oct 17th Market Day Pick-up (1:45-2:45pm) Oct 21st 2nd Grade Music Concert (1 & 6:30pm) Oct 28th PTO Culver’s Night (Huntley) 4-8pm Nov 4th Picture Retake Day (must return old pics on this day) Wright Elementary School Community Unit School District 300 847.683.5700 1500 Ketchum Road Hampshire, IL 60140 Don Wicker, Principal firstname.lastname@example.org Wright Families, I hope everyone has a wonderful long weekend. Just a reminder: there is no school tomorrow October 10th for a teacher in-service, as well as next Monday, October 13 in recognition of Columbus Day. As the weather gets colder, please have your children properly dressed for school. It’s a little chilly in the morning when kids get here, and I have noticed some kids in short sleeves and without a jacket. Next Thursday, October 16, our Pre-K students are headed on a field trip to Tom’s Farm. Have fun my little Preschoolers! Friday, October 17 is our PTO’s annual Dads and Donuts event. Dad and or special guest is welcome to come to our school with his child for a donut and some juice. It is always a popular event, and I can’t wait to see everyone. Finally, over the next couple of weeks, all of our students will be participating in our annual Hampshire Fire Department field trip. Classes will either go to the Hampshire Fire Department, or the Fire Department will be coming to Wright Elementary to teach all of our students about fire safety. A big THANK YOU goes out to our Hampshire Fire Department – THANK YOU! As always if anyone has any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me. Sincerely, Mr. Wicker Family, school and community coming together to create students who are Respectful, Responsible and Ready October 17, 2014 Any Questions? Please contact Debbie Trent at email@example.com Spring Hill Mall and the Dundee Township Park District -proudly present- The 2nd Annual Sunday, October 19, 2014 from 11am to 5pm Spring Hill Mall (West Dundee, IL) JOIN US FOR AN ALL-AGES CELEBRATION OF OUR AREA’S RICH CULTURAL MAKE-UP FEATURING: ENTERTAINMENT BY D300 STUDENTS AND SOME OF OUR AREA’S FINEST CULTURAL PERFORMANCE GROUPS CONTESTS, PRIZES, ART SHOW AND CRAFTS TAKE A TRIP AROUND THE WORLD AND COLLECT STAMPS FROM OVER 26 COUNTRIES ON YOUR VERY OWN FESTIVAL PASSPORT Spring Hill Mall y Dundee Township Park District -orgullosamente presentan- El 2º Festival Muticultural Anual Domingo, 19 de ocubre del 2014 de 11am a 5pm Spring Hill Mall (West Dundee, IL) ACOMPÁÑENOS EN UNA MARAVILLOSA CELEBRACIÓN DE LA RIQUESA CULTURAL DE NUESTRA ÁREA CON ENTRETENIMIENTO PARA TODAS LA FAMILIA PRESENTANDO: ENTRETENIMIENTO A CARGO DE LOS ESTUDIANTES DEL D300 Y ALGUNOS GRUPOS CULTURALES LOCALES CONCURSOS, PREMIOS, EXHIBICIONES DE ARTE Y ARTESANÍAS PODRÁN VIAJAR ALREDEDOR DEL MUNDO CON SU PROPIO PASAPORTE DEL FESTIVAL Y COLECTAR SELLOS Y/O CALCOMANÍAS DE MÁS DE 26 PAÍSES HEY, BOX TOPS FAMILIES! TURN IN YOUR BOX TOPS FOR YOUR CHILD TO WIN PRIZES DURING… THE BOX TOPS SCRAMBLE! We will be having only one friendly competition this year to help earn money for our school. Our goal this year is $4,000. Our contest will be a classroom level competition and go the whole year, from Sept. 8th to May 8th. This competition will be a board game called Box Tops Scramble. Each class will have a game piece and move forward on the bulletin board every 100 box tops. There will be 6 rewards that each class can achieve throughout the year, spaced around the bulletin board. Every class that lands on the “Prize” space will receive the reward. There will also be monthly raffle drawings for individual students who turn in collection sheets. Good Luck…AND LET THE SCRAMBLE BEGIN! For more ways to earn cash for our school through Box Tops for Education, go to BTFE.com. Attach a Box Top to each leaf. When you have completed the sheet, turn it in to your teacher! Thank you for helping earn cash for GDW! Student’s Name: Teacher’s Name: Dear Parents, We are pleased to announce that the following educational databases are available for D300 students. The databases can be easily accessed from the Destiny homepage, our library catalog system. To access Destiny go to http://library.d300.org and select your school. You will find the usernames and passwords to access these databases in your child’s assignment notebook and the digital backpack. For questions, please contact Deb Kaczar at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lisa Snarski at email@example.com. We can also be reached at 847-683-5700. Thank you, Deb Kaczar, Library Media Specialist Teacher Lisa Snarski, Library Media Paraprofessional BookFLIX BookFLIX is a wonderful resource to use with younger children preK-3 or when incorporating children’s literature into lessons. It offers digital books, both fiction and nonfiction. • • • Pairs classic video storybooks from Weston Woods with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic Over 250 titles Read-along option BrainPop BrainPop covers core curriculum subjects in science, English, math, social studies, technology and health. The database has over 1000 animated movies for students in K12 and each movie is accompanied by a 10-question interactive quiz, experiment, comic strip, timeline, and printable activity page. Subjects include science, social studies, English, mathematics, engineering and technology, health, and arts and music. EBSCOHOST The main menu at EBSCOHOST.com offers direct access to four research resources. • • • • EBSCOhost Research Databases Student Research Center - High School & Middle School Searchasaurus - Elementary School Kids Search - Middle & Elementary School Learn360 Learn360 is a website for K-12 multi-media educational resources. Students have access to over 73,000 media resources from trusted educational publishers and producers which will ENGAGE your students, ENRICH their learning experiences and drive them to EXCEL both inside and outside of the classroom. PebbleGo PebbleGo is a database for our youngest researchers! Students can now research from home. Pebble Go is an online research tool which contains four databases: Biographies, Animals, Social Studies, and Earth Science. Pebble Go can be accessed at www.pebblego.com.There is also reading support such as word-by-word highlighting and read-aloud audio. Powerhouse Knowledge PowerKnowledge offers an extensive array of resources for students in grades 3-6. • Curriculum correlations, lesson plans and reproducibles • Science fair projects and experiments • Over 400 articles • Interactive games to reinforce learning • The database articles and interactive content support the Next Generation Science Standards and STEM learning initiatives. Earth and Space Topics include Earth Cycles, Ecosystems and Biomes, Energy and Matter, Landforms, Maps, Natural Disasters, Rocks and Minerals, Save Our Earth, Scientific Method, Space, Water and Climate. Rosen Life Science Topics include Animals, Classification, Endangered and Extinct Species, Food Chains and Food Webs, Green Living, Habitats and Ecosystems, Human Body, Life Cycles, Plants and Survival and Adaptation. Rosen Physical Science Topics include Atoms and Molecules, Elements and the periodic Table, Energy and Matter, Force and Motion, Physical Science and our Planet, Scientific Method, temperature and Measurement. TumbleBooks TumbleBooks is an online collection of animated, talking children's picture books as well as puzzles and other fun and educational activities. Type To Learn 4 The typing program we use in the computer lab is Type to Learn 4. Your child’s Type to Learn 4 account can be accessed from home if you have a computer with an internet connection and can load the Type to Learn 4 client software on the computer. There is no cost to you for the software. The district subscribes to the program. Your child’s login information is available from the school media specialist. The login allows him or her to use the program. The district account code is 101889. To get the software, go to... http://ttl4.sunburst.com/downloads World Book World Book Online is a general reference Web site designed to meet the research needs of students. • • • • • • • • • Thousands of easy-to-read articles Engaging images and illustrations Interactive games and activities Interactive maps World of Animals Outline maps and flags A biography center Science projects Dictionary Introducing Our First Ever Storybook Pumpkin Patch in the school library What will your pumpkin look like? The purpose is to celebrate reading and have fun. This is meant to be a child or family activity. Teachers and classes may submit entries as well. Participation is optional. Pumpkins must represent a favorite children’s book character. Real or artificial pumpkins and gourds may be used. You may use more than one on your project. Absolutely no carved pumpkins, or holes poked in pumpkins. To decorate you may use acrylic paint, markers, glue, paper, fabrics, or other craft items on your pumpkin. Hats, glasses or any needed items can be used for decorating. Artificial pumpkins may also be used. You may include hats, clothing, accessories, scenery and props with your pumpkin. Each entry is not to exceed 30 inches. Let your creativity soar! Have fun! Pumpkins can be dropped off in the Storybook Pumpkin Patch (library) on Monday, 10/27 until 3:00 p.m., or Tuesday, 10/28 before 8:00 a.m. Pumpkins must be picked up Thursday, Oct. 30th after school, or no later than noon on Friday, October 31st so you may enjoy them for the holiday. Real pumpkins not picked up by noon on Friday, will be disposed of. For each entry, please complete the attached form. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Kaczar, Library Media Specialist. firstname.lastname@example.org My Storybook Pumpkin is from… Book Title: ___________________________________ Author: _____________________________________ Illustrator: ___________________________________ Character’s Name: ____________________________ If you have a copy of the book, please put your name in the book and include with your pumpkin. Return this form with your entry. Student(s)/Family/Teacher Name: _____________________________________________ Grade: _________ Teacher: ____________________ Examples Jr. Whips th th th 4 , 5 & 6 Grade Boys Try-outs Hampshire High School's Boys Feeder Basketball Program prepares players to compete at a competitive level through fundamentals & teamwork. When: The week of October 20th , 2014 (2 day try-outs) 4 Grade th Tuesday & Wednesday Oct. 21st & 22nd 6:00 – 7:30pm 5th Grade Tuesday Oct. 21st 7:30 – 9:00 AND Thursday Oct. 23 rd 6:00 – 7:30 6th Grade Wednesday & Thursday Oct. 22nd & 23rd 7:30 – 9:00pm Where: Hampshire High School Field House (Enter HHS through doors in back of school – near water tower) A brief parent meeting will be held at the start of try-outs to explain the program and answer any questions. Any questions contact Jodi Anderson @ (847)727-5538, Rick Cork @ (847)961-8890 or Email: Jr.Whips@yahoo.com *Note: Boys will be notified of coach’s decision prior to the registration deadline for Hampshire Park District basketball. 2nd Annual Winter Cheerleading Clinic When: December 1st, 2nd and 3rd Time: December 1st and 2nd from 5:00pm-6:00pm December 3rd- Perform at half time of the Varsity Basketball game- Report to HHS gym at 7:15pm. Cost: 35$ (Checks made out to HHS- with current phone number written on the check) **Cost includes T-shirt and entry to the Basketball game for the participant. Parents and other relatives must pay to enter the game** At this clinic the cheerleaders will be learning a few cheers, and a dance routine to perform at halftime. We will also work on jump technique, tumbling and stunting. Please return the bottom portion with payment (Cash or Checks made out to HHS, please include a current phone number on the check) by NOVEMBER 10th. Mail to: Rachael Fischer 1600 Big Timber Road Hampshire, IL 60140 Or deliver to the high school by NOVEMBER 10th. ***LATE ENTRIES CANNOT BE ACCEPTED*** __________________________________________________________________________________________ Participants Name: ______________________________________________Grade: _______________ Parents Name: ___________________________________________________________ Contact e-mail: ___________________________________ Contact Number: ________________________ T-Shirt Size: (youth XS through Adult XL available): ______________ Paid: Cash/Check (number___________) HAMPSHIRE WRESTLING CLUB For kids ages 4-14, HWC provides a great environment to begin developing skills for personal and athletic excellence transferable to all sports. Founded in 2008, HWC has produced state level & national level qualifiers/place winners/champions. In fact, HWC has had Cadent & Junior level national qualifiers including 3 national Champions in the past 3 years!!! Join HWC and become a champion! INFO: October 29th thru mid-March Practices Wed/Thurs @ HHS with optional competitions on Sat/Sun Sign-up October 8th or 15th @ 7pm in HHS lobby or call 847-370-0586 FEES: -$40 USAW card -$60 Club Fee -$40 singlet deposit** **(this is only for NEW competition group members only, there is no deposit for returning competition group members) -$50 fundraiser ___________________________ www.hampshirewrestlingclub.com USA Wrestling’s 2013 Program award winner!!! Join Daisy Girl Scouts Open to: Kindergarten Girls Meeting: Fridays starting October 17th Time: 4:00 pm Location: GDW Frequency: Twice monthly To join or for more information please contact: Jeanette Bennick email@example.com 815-354-4381 Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. PUMPKIN RAFFLE Buy a hot lunch and your name is entered into the great pumpkin giveaway. Drawing will be done on the following dates: Thursday, October 16th Thursday, October 23rd Thursday, October 30th Names will be mention on the following Friday’s during morning announcements. Good luck!!!! CUSD #300 and the Illinois Parent Education & Resource Center Proudly Present AD/HD and Executive Function Deficits Practical Tips and Strategies for Parents October 16, 2014 7:00 pm Westfield Community School, 2100 Sleepy Hollow Road, Algonquin IL Presented by Eric Tivers; LCSW, MSSW, Tivers Clinical Specialties - This is a free program and everyone is welcome. - Reservations are not required. - Spanish translation is available with prior notice. - Babysitting services are not available. - For further information contact Judy Ruffulo, 847-212-6371 AD/HD is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood. It is normal for children to have trouble focusing and behaving at one time or another. However, children with AD/HD and Executive Function difficulties do not just grow out of these behaviors. The symptoms continue and can cause difficulty at school, at home, or with friends. These children might daydream a lot, forget or lose things, squirm, fidget or talk too much, make careless mistakes or take risks, have trouble taking turns and have difficulty getting along with others. Eric will not only be discussing the science behind AD/HD and executive functioning in easy to understand language as well as current diagnosis and treatment options. More importantly though, he has a wealth of knowledge to share about real strategies that actually work to help your child succeed in school and in life. Eric is a well-known child and adult AD/HD counselor and coach in private practice in Volo, IL. Eric is an engaging speaker and professional member of CHADD and ADDA (Attention Deficit Disorder Association). He has been featured in the publication ADDITUDE and Chicago Parent Magazine. Eric will be presenting at the CHADD International Conference this November. Join us for what is sure to be an informative evening. Bring a friend as well as any questions you might have. There will be ample time for a Q&A session after the presentation. CUSD #300 y el Centro de Educación para Padres y Recursos de Illinois Orgullosamente Presenta AD/HD y Déficits del Funcionamiento Ejecutivo Consejos Prácticos y Estrategias para Padres 16 de octubre del 2014 7:00 p.m. Westfield Community School, 2100 Sleepy Hollow Road, Algonquin IL Presentado por: Eric Tivers; LCSW, MSSW, Especialidades Clínicas Tivers - Este es un programa gratuito y todos son bienvenidos. - No se necesita hacer reservaciones. - Interpretación en español está disponible con previo aviso. - No habrá servicio de cuidado de niños. - Para más información comuníquese con Judy Ruffulo, 847-212-6371 “AD/HD (por sus iniciales en inglés AD-Déficit de Atención, HD- Desorden de Hiperactividad)” es uno de los trastornos del neuro desarrollo más común de la niñez. Es normal que en algún momento los niños tengan problemas concentrándose y comportándose. Sin embargo, niños con “ADHD” y Déficits del Funcionamiento Ejecutivo (la habilidad de tomar decisiones, planificar y controlar el comportamiento) no se liberan de estos comportamientos. Los síntomas continúan y pueden causar dificultades en la escuela, en la casa, o con los amigos. Estos niños pueden distraerse mucho, olvidarse o perder cosas, retorcerse, inquietarse o hablar demasiado, cometer errores por descuido o por arriesgarse, tienen dificultades tomando turnos y llevándose bien con los demás. Eric no sólo estará hablando de la ciencia detrás del “AD/HD y funcionamientos ejecutivos de manera simple de entender, también hablará de diagnósticos actuales y opciones para tratamiento. Más importante, tiene un caudal de conocimientos para compartir sobre verdaderas estrategias que realmente funcionan para ayudar a que su hijo tenga éxito en la escuela y en la vida. Eric es un consejero y entrenador de niños y adultos con AD/HD muy conocido que ejerce en una práctica privada en Volo, IL. Eric es un presentador muy interesante y miembro profesional de “CHADD” y “ADDA” (por sus iniciales en inglés, Asociación de Desordenes de Déficits de Atención). Él ha sido incluido en la publicación “ADDITUDE” y Revista para Padres de Chicago. Eric estará presentando en la Conferencia Nacional “CHADD” este noviembre. Acompáñenos a lo que será sin duda una noche informativa. Traigan a un amigo(a) y cualquier pregunta que puedan tener. Habrá suficiente tiempo después de la presentación para una sesión de preguntas y respuestas.
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