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Thank you to everyone that participated in our Turn Off the TV Week activities – Culver’s Dinner Night, BOGO Book Fair, and Ice Cream Social/ Bingo Night. It was fun seeing the students react to their teachers serving them their dinner and frozen custard at Culver’s. We are still collecting donations for Inspiration Day. See attached flier. A HUGE thanks to Turks’ Greenhouses on Route 60 for donating over 600 flowers for our gardening class. The school will look beautiful! Now is the time to lend a hand and get involved in the PTO! We have several volunteer opportunities coming up – Inspiration Day, Field Day, and Market Day. Please reach out to the PTO by way of email (see below) to voice your interest. The PTO Elections for the 2013-2014 school year are coming up, too. Nomination forms went home with your child(ren) and can also be found at the end of this newsletter. We are always looking for inspiring and helpful parents to be part of the PTO! Interested in running for a position or becoming a chairperson? Whether you stay at home, work full-time outside the home, or something in between, there are several tasks to fit your schedule and help make a difference at Park Campus! Consider becoming a member of the PTO, the kids would be lucky to have you! Thank you for your continued support, Your 2012-2013 Park Campus PTO Board Members MAY EDITION

STAY CONNECTED Your Park School Campus PTO is on the web. Check us out on Facebook, email us or visit our NEW website where you can shop for Wolves Wear, plan for events, download flyers and more! Click now!

www.parkcampuspto.com Park Campus PTO

parkcampuspto@yahoo.com

Around Campus!

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INSPIRATION DAY!

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What’s Happening !

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Look What We Did!

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Teacher Spotlight

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Campus Classifieds

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PTO BOARD MEMBERS

AROUND CAMPUS

President Irena Braun Vice Presidents Jennifer Agostinho & Tiffany Sliteris Secretary Leslie Terbeek Treasurer Kimberly Styczen Ways and Means Margaret Kissner, Elena Santos & Nicole Stanley

Culver’s Dinner Night. Park Campus’ finest serving up some fun!

Newsletter Jess Guenther

Thanks to all the Book Fair volunteers and attendees for another successful BOGO sale!

Wishing our office staff a Happy Administrative Professionals Day!

DONATIONS NEEDED FOR INSPIRATION DAY Inspiration Day is one of the most anticipated events of the school year. We couldn’t do it without your support! Think of us while you’re Spring cleaning. We are in need of extra supplies for Inspiration Day that you may have around the house and/or could pick up while doing some shopping over the next couple weeks!

PLEASE SEE THE FLYER AT THE END OF THE NEWSLETTER FOR DETAILS ON ITEMS NEEDED


BIRTHDAY BREAKFAST 1.10.13

WHAT’S HAPPENING ON CAMPUS

MARKET DAY 5.10.13 @ 9:30-11am

Market Day orders are due May 8 and pick up is on May 10. Did you know that if you pay online, a drive-up service is offered? That’s right, you don’t even have to get out of your car (or pajamas) on a rainy day! We’ll bring it right to you!

GENERAL PTO MEETING/ELECTIONS 5.14.13 @ 7pm

All parents, guardians, teachers, and staff are invited! Elections for the 2013-2014 school year will take place at this meeting. Are you interested in joining the PTO? Would you like to get more information? We are looking for people for both elected Board positions and appointed Chair positions for several tasks/events. Maybe your youngest is now in school all day and you have more time to volunteer? A Board position may be for you! Maybe you work full-time and don’t have the time to commit to a Board position, but would love to help? Maybe there is an event or task that interests you and you would like to do more in that particular area? A Chaired position may be for you! There is something for everyone and we would LOVE to have you! Remember, “when schools, families, and community groups work together to support learning, children tend to do better in school, stay in school longer, and like school more” (Anne Henderson & Karen Mopp). Please contact Irena Braun at (773) 592-2951 or irenabraun@comcast.net to learn more or see the nomination form attached.

FROM THE PTO

We are always lookin g for volunteers to assist us with our fun events. A little of your time can make a big difference to the PTO. Don’t forget all the ea sy ways to help like using your Target Re dCard or collecting Box Tops and Labels for Education. If you can’t spare yo ur time, we’d be happy to also accept donations for raffles or monetary gifts to enhance our school. email: parkcampuspto

BIRTHDAY BREAKFAST 5.16.13 @ 8:50am

Our last birthday breakfast this year! Mr. Melamed and Mr. Dinsmore will have breakfast with any 1st-5th grade students with birthdays in May, June, or July.

INSPIRATION DAY 5.17.13 all day event

Can you believe Inspiration Day is right around the corner? This is a great day for students to have the opportunity to try new things. Thank you to everyone that is volunteering their time and/or has donated items. It’s not too late though! We are still looking for more volunteers and donations. See the attached flyer for more details.

FIELD DAY 5.23.13 all day event

Summer must be almost here! A day full of games and activities is exactly what the students need. (Hopefully, the weather will cooperate!) Field Day preparations are underway and volunteers are needed. Please contact Amy Teather at ateather@yahoo.com, Sheri Sato at thesatos@comcast.net, or turn the attached form in to the school office.

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MARKET DAY Orders Due

May 8 Pick Up

May 10 Pick up occurs at Meadowview School on Saturday from 9:30-11:00 am


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LOOK WHAT WE DID! Movie Night - April 12 Our last movie night of the year was a hit! Everyone enjoyed watching Wreck-It Ralph with their family and friends. Thank you to everyone that came out in their jammies and brought their pillows throughout the year! See you next year! Market Day - April 13 Our April sale earned Park approximately $225! Thank you for your continued support of the monthly grocery program! Isn’t it great to not even have to get out of your car and get your grocery shopping done on a Saturday morning?!

TEACHER SPOTLIGHT Catherine Gruenewald !

Administrative Professionals Day - April 24 Another HUGE thank you to Ms. Bambi Johnston, Mrs. Debbie Nicholson, and Mrs. Betsy Perry for all they do for the students and staff of Park School all year long! The banners made by the students decorated the office all week and the ladies enjoyed a delicious lunch on Wednesday.

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Culver’s Dinner Night - April 30 What a wonderful dinner out with the family during Turn Off the TV Week! Everyone enjoyed a delicious meal with family and friends… and had a great time seeing their teachers and principals taking their orders and serving their dinners.

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BOGO Book Fair - April 30- May 2 Thank you for purchasing your summer reading materials at the Buy One Get One Book Fair! Remember, reading just four books over the summer prevents the “summer slide”. So, be ready to learn this fall. Relax by the pool with a good book!

! One word that describes you: Kind or smart or truthful

Ice-Cream Social/BINGO Night - May 2 Thank you for participating in another great way to turn off the TV and spend some quality time with your family and friends! The sundaes created by the kids were amazing. Parents and kids alike enjoyed the bingo games. Thank you also to Goddard School in Round Lake for generously donating the ice cream!

What do you do at Park? Art Teacher How long have you been in your position? 7 years Your favorite part of your job: Students What other profession would you like to attempt? Counselor Something fun or interesting about you: I was a super fast runner growing up. I even beat guys 2 years older than me! Hobbies/Interests: Reading and making art

Your favorite dessert or candy? Chocolate or toffee Your favorite place to go? North to visit family

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Your favorite Band/Singer? Adele

Custodian Appreciation Day - May 2 A HUGE thank you to Mr. Maurice Crews, Mr. Bob Smith, and Mr. Manuel Soto for all you do everyday for all of us. You keep Park running! Beautiful banners created by the students decorated the school halls.

Bears or Packers? Bears Your favorite book? The Chronicles of Narnia

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Staff Appreciation Week May 6 - May 10 What would we do without all our amazing teachers?! Show your teacher how much you appreciate them this week! The teachers all received little surprises everyday all week courtesy of Mr. Melamed, Mr. Dinsmore, and the PTO.


CAMPUS CLASSIFIEDS ITEMS NEEDED

GET INVOLVED

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Jars and Coffee Cans Needed!

Now is the time to think about joining the PTO!

Please send in/drop off your clean and empty 10-18 oz glass jars and coffee cans (any size) to the main office. This will help us with materials for Inspiration Day! Your donations are greatly appreciated! CALLING ALL BOX TOPS •••

SEND THEM IN! Dont forget to send in your Box Tops and Labels for Education. Those little pieces of paper add up to lots of money for the kids at Park. So far, we have raised over $1,000 from collecting Box Tops! Imagine how much more we could collect if we all asked our family and friends to collect them, too. ELECTRONIC DONATIONS AND INK CARTRIDGES NEEDED •••

Don’t forget to send in your old electronics and ink cartridges! Bring those old phones, ipods, ipads, laptops, GPS devices, and inkjet, laser or other ink cartridges to school. We earn $ for every item we send in for recycling.

MARKET DAY •••

Interested in learning how to get more involved in the 2013-2014 school year? Several Board and chairperson positios will be available and are open to all Park parents/guardians. For more information, please contact Irena Braun at irenabraun@comcast.net

SHOP AT TARGET •••

Link the Target Red DEBIT Card to your checking account! Helping our school earn money is as easy as SHOPPING at TARGET with the Target Red Debit card. Next time you’re in Target, bring a blank check with you, and set up your account right there with the cashier! It’s easy, it saves you 5% on all purchses, you get FREE shipping online, AND it earns the school 1% back on all purchases. Just make sure you sign up online at target.com/tcoe and choose our school to have all your purchases count toward our earnings!

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Volunteers Needed! Park is responsible for recruiting the volunteers for the June Market Day pick-up. Volunteers need to arrive by 7:45am at Meadowview School on Saturday, June 1 and would be done no later than 11am. We need 15-20 volunteers to unload the truck, pack the orders, and bring the orders out to the customers. Kids LOVE helping at this event! They get to push a cart and all they need to be able to do is match up numbers, so even our Kindergarteners can help their parents. Need to leave early? Can’t come until later? No problem – just let us know. We greatly appreciate any help! Please contact Irena Braun at irenabraun@comcast.n et.

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Park School Campus PTO Nominations & Elections for 2013-2014

Help us help the school!!

YOUR PTO IN ACTION 2012-2013 Programs Supported • Reading Wolves •

DARE

Field Trips ($5/child)

Assemblies

Families in Need

Staff Appreciation

Technology Enhancement

Library Books

Special Request Fund

Events Sponsored • Birthday Breakfast

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I want Park School Campus to be one of the best schools in Illinois. I want my child to have a great school year – to learn and to have fun! I want to help decide how PTO fundraising moneys are spent. I want all the students at Park School Campus to be successful.

If the above statements are true, then “help us help the school”. Parent involvement is critical for a successful school, so volunteer as a PTO officer or a committee chair for 2013-2014. There are jobs that take no more than a couple hours a month, some that are seasonal, and a few that require a routine commitment. Dedicated teachers, staff, and PARENTS help make Park School Campus a great school! Join us – it’s rewarding, it’s important, it’s even fun! Nominate yourself or someone else. Many positions can be shared; one individual may also hold several positions (certain positions are excluded). See back of form for position descriptions. If you have any questions, please contact Irena Braun at irenabraun@comcast.net or (773) 592-2951. th

Elections will be held at the PTO General Meeting on Tuesday, May 14 at 7:00pm in the school library. All candidates for officer positions must be th registered with the Nominations Committee by May 13 . Please return this form to your child’s teacher or to the school office. Nominated individuals will be contacted for confirmation of nomination. Elected Officers

BooHoo/Yahoo Breakfast

Taste of Park

Donuts with Dad

Munchkins with Mom

Movie/Sports Nights

Secretary

Book Fairs

Treasurer

Halloween Dance

Holiday Shop

Polar Express Night

(Approved by PTO Board and Members of the Executive Board)

Valentine Dinner Dance

Ways and Means

Inspiration Day Field Day

Volunteer Coordinator

Services & Supplies • Student Directory •

School Spiritwear

Welcome Back Gifts

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Nominee Name

Contact Info

Nominee Name

Contact Info

Nominee Name

Contact Info

(Elected at General Meeting)

President Vice President

Standing Committee Chairs

Temporary Committee Chairs (Approved by PTO Board)

Please list name of committee from back of form.


Officer and Committee Chair Descriptions The PTO Executive Board is comprised of elected officers and standing committee chairs. It meets one evening per month to conduct PTO business. General meetings for the entire membership are scheduled five times per year (September, November, January, March, and May).

Elected Officers Officers are elected for a two-year term. The President and Vice President are elected in odd number years; the Secretary and Treasurer are elected in even number years. Please Note: Due to the bylaws amendment in March 2013, elections for the 2013-2014 school year will be for all positions. President and Vice President will be two-year terms, while Secretary and Treasurer will be one-year terms. President - Serve as leader and key contact for the PTO; preside at all PTO meetings; ex-officio member of all committees; coordinate the work of the officers and committees so that the PTO’s objectives can be met; review all financial records. (Effort: year-round, on-going) Vice President - Act as an aide to the President; perform the duties of the President in the absence or inability of that officer to serve; serve as coordinator for all un-chaired service events (non-fundraising); ideally, is willing to serve as President in the future. (Effort: year-round, time varies depending upon roles) Secretary - Keep the minutes of all general meetings and all meetings of the Executive Board; prepare correspondence and perform all other duties assigned; maintain master documents; coordinate hospitality activities; organize publicity efforts (e.g., Facebook, newspapers); help recruit committee chairpersons and volunteers in the absence of a volunteer coordinator. (Effort: year-round, time varies depending upon roles) Treasurer - Be responsible for and have custody of all funds; make disbursements as properly authorized; assure that PTO policies and best practices are followed with regards to funds; prepare financial reports for each meeting and as needed. (Effort: year-round, on-going)

Standing Committee Chairs Standing Committees are defined as those with duties and responsibilities in conjunction with multiple different events (at least four). Standing Committee coordinators/chairs are voting members of the Executive Board and hold a one-year term. The Executive Board shall, by majority vote, appoint a coordinator/chairperson for each committee as soon as possible after the last General Membership meeting of the school year. Ways and Means - Develop fundraising ideas and submit to Board for review; serve as coordinator for all un-chaired fundraising activities/events (e.g., dances, family/dinner nights, Spiritwear). (Effort: year-round, times varies depending on roles). Volunteer Coordinator - Recruit/coordinate volunteers for PTO events and school activities as needed; communicate assignments/directions to volunteers; prepare any necessary documentation for volunteers (e.g., name tags, assignments, directions); maintain volunteer database; coordinate volunteer appreciation activities. (Effort: on-going, year round; time peaks with a few big events. Average: 4 hours per month; could range from 2 to 10 hours per month during major events.)

Temporary Committee Chairs Temporary Committees are those formed for individual events or duties. Temporary Committee chairs are not members of the Executive Board. If an individual has chaired four (4) or more temporary committees in one school year, they may be considered an Event Coordinator and, therefore, be a Standing Committee coordinator that has voting rights. The Executive Board shall, by majority vote, appoint a coordinator/chairperson for each committee as soon as possible after the last General Membership meeting of the school year. Each shall hold a one-year term. All positions may be shared. Please inquire about more specific responsibilities for each position and exact effort required. st

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Birthday Breakfast - Organize monthly breakfast for 1 -5 graders. Book Fairs - Coordinate 3 book fairs per year: October, February, and May. Breakfast Events (e.g., BooHoo/Yahoo Breakfast, Donuts with Dad, Munchkins with Mom) - Coordinate service breakfasts for parents/grandparents. Catalog Fundraisers - Research and present catalog fundraising ideas to Board for approval; coordinate sales as necessary. Concessions - Purchase concessions for events; manage sales at events as necessary. Family Nights (e.g., Movie Nights, Sports Nights) - Coordinate bi-monthly family night events. th Field Day - Coordinate Field Day for K-8 graders in May. th Halloween Dance - Coordinate Halloween Dance for 6-8 graders. Holiday Shop - Organize holiday shop for students at the end of November/early December. th Inspiration Day - Plan ~40 classes for K-8 grade students in May (coordinate presenters, schedule students, request donations). Market Day - Attend monthly Market Day pick-up on Saturday morning at Meadowview; distribute monthly flyers; organize 2 host months per year. Mitten Tree/Family in Need - Work with social workers to determine family needs; decorate tree; purchase items for families in need at Park. Picture Days - Assist photographers on picture days three times per year. School Beautification/Landscaping - Generate ideas; Coordinate material and labor donations. School Supply Packs - Purchase items for school supply packs; pack orders; distribute orders in August. Spiritwear - Coordinate the selection, design, ordering, inventory, and sales of school apparel and any related products; peak sales in September. Staff Appreciation - Organize various staff appreciation events (e.g., dinner during conferences in October and February, lunch in May, small gifts). Taste of Park - Secure vendors and entertainment for September event. Valentine Dinner Dance - Coordinate tickets, dinner, raffle, entertainment, bake sale, and gift sales for February event; chief family event fundraiser. Winter Event (e.g., Polar Express Night) - Coordinate evening family event held during Holiday Shop week. Most/All Work Done from Home Assemblies - Research student programs and present to Board for approval; serve as primary contact for presenters (3-4 per year). Dinner Nights - Organize monthly dinner nights. Task requires minimal effort (generally phone call to establishment and distribution of flyer). Grant Writing - Seek out grants; advise Board on grants available to PTOs; apply for grants as necessary. Newsletter - Publish monthly newsletter. Student Directory - Collect and format addresses for publication; obtain advertisers; coordinate with printer. Trash to Cash (e.g., Box Tops, Labels for Education, Ink Cartridge/Electronics Recycling) - Submit materials; generate ideas to increase submissions. Valentine Dinner Dance (Raffle/Silent Auction Donation Coordinator) - Seek donations from corporations, local businesses, and area families. Website Development - Design PTO website; update/maintain as necessary.


Spirit Week May 20th !May 24th

Monday, May 20: “K”razy Hair Day! Tuesday: May 21: CLASH DAY! Dress in mismatch clothes! Wednesday, May 22: Amazing Color Day! Wear your hallway color! Thursday, May 23: Wear Wolves Wear or Field Day Shirt! Friday, May 24: Sports Day! Wear your favorite sports jersey!


Don’t forget to sign up for

CCSD 46 Summer

Academy Monday – Thursday (no school on Fridays) June 10 -July 3

at Frederick School Please send registration forms and/or questions to: Stephanie Possehl: possehl.stephanie@d46.org Julie Mayer: mayer.julie@d46.org Prairieview School

103 East Belvidere Road

Registration packets can be found on the district website.

3-8: Everything Clay

Class Correction:

Crane

Students will create ceramic art pieces that can be used in a

variety of different ways! Examples-Piggy Banks, Phone holderjewelry box, appetizer dishes, etc…


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