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Prairieview(School! !

Est.!2002!

103 E. Belvidere Rd., Hainesville, IL 60030 - Phone (847) 543-4230 - Fax (847) 543-4125 Vince Murray, Principal

! April 4, 2014

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Dear Parent or Guardian, Our staff will soon begin to build classes for the 2014-2015 school year. This is one of our most important tasks to prepare for the coming year. Throughout this process, our goal is to place students in the best possible learning setting. We try to build classes that are balanced in terms of learning needs and styles, gender, emotional and social development, academic achievement, and behavior. We welcome parent involvement in this process, as we recognize that parents know their children better than anyone else. If you would like to offer insight, share your perspective, or express a need on behalf of your child, we invite you to write a letter and submit it to the main office. Because we cannot grant requests for specific teachers, we ask that your letter focus on your child's learning style, significant learning experiences for him/her, and/or the type of teaching style to which your child responds best. We ask that all requests be submitted no later than Friday, April 25th . We will use the information you provide, along with input from teachers, to place your child in a classroom that will best meet his or her needs.

Sincerely,

Vince Murray ! ! ! ! Community Consolidated School District 46 http://www.d46.org graphic Š thistlegirldesigns !


Prairieview(School! !

!

Est.!2002!

103!E.!Belvidere!Rd.,!Hainesville,!IL!60030!G!Phone!(847)!543G4230!G!Fax!(847)!543G4125 Vince!Murray,!Principal!

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! Viernes, 4 de abril de 2014. Estimados Padres o Tutores Legales, Nuestro personal pronto comenzará la construcción de clases para el año escolar 2014-2015. Esta es una de nuestras tareas más importantes para prepararnos para el próximo año. A lo largo de este proceso, nuestro objetivo es colocar a los estudiantes en grupos lo mejor posible. Tratamos de crear las clases que están equilibrados en términos de necesidades y estilos de aprendizaje, el género, el desarrollo emocional y social, el logro académico y el comportamiento. Les invito a que a que participen en este proceso, ya que reconocemos que los padres conocen a sus hijos mejor que nadie. Si desea ofrecer una visión, compartir su punto de vista, o expresar una necesidad, en nombre de su hijo, le invitamos a escribir una carta y enviarla a la oficina principal. Debido a que es muy difícil consentir las solicitudes específicas para escoger maestros, le pedimos que su carta se concentre en el estilo de aprendizaje de su hijo(a), las experiencias de aprendizaje significativas para él / ella y / o el tipo de enseñanza que su estudiante responde mejor. Pedimos que todas las solicitudes sean presentadas a más tardar el viernes, 25 de abril. Usaremos la información que usted proporcione, junto con el colaboración de los maestros, para colocar a su hijo en un salón que mejor se adapte a las necesidades de él o ella. Sinceramente,

Vince Murray ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Community!Consolidated!School!District!46! http://www.d46.org! graphic © thistlegirldesigns !


Volunteer Opportunities ! Movie Night is coming April 11th. We will need volunteers to help with concessions and pizza sales. Watch for the sign up genius on Prairieview PTO’s facebook page. ! Discovery Day is one of our biggest events. We need lots of volunteers to help with each team that will be presenting. Please consider giving your time on Friday, May 9th. A sign up genius will be posted on the PTO Facebook Page or contact J Richard at mom@doogan.net Planning for the Future: *Discovery Day ! We are looking for 2 more parents to shadow our Discovery Day Chairpeople this year (May 9 event). We need parents who can learn the ropes and help plan Discovery Day next year. We also need a least 2 more team leaders for Rainbow Loom Class and A Duct Tape Design Workshop. We also need countless volunteers to assist the team leaders. Contact Tina Coleman at tinaxcoleman@yahoo.com or 847!641!0473 for information. Fall Festival 2014! Volunteers are needed to help plan a Fall Festival for NEXT YEAR (2014!2015)! We would like to start planning soon! Contact Tina Coleman at tinaxcoleman@yahoo.com or 847!641! 0473 if you are interested. Prairieview PTO 2014!2015 – It’s time to start looking for next year’s PTO Board. Please consider joining us in helping make our Prairieview Community the best it can be! Please contact Michelle Bernstein at mommybear6707@yahoo.com or Tina Coleman at tinaxcoleman@yahoo.com if you are interested in volunteering or need more information about Prairieview PTO.

Fundraising Events

For anyone looking forward to summer, let’s get ready now! Our next Mixed Bag fundraiser has a great selection of beach bags and coolers. Order forms will be sent out April 7th. Orders are due back April 21st. Ongoing – Keep saving your Boxtops, Campbell's Soup Labels and Tyson Labels! Turn them into the front office. We are looking for someone to coordinate this fundraiser for next year. This is an easy way to get involved and help our school! Ongoing - If you or your friends and family have a Target Redcard go to Target.com/tcoe for an easy sign up. Target will contribute 1% of your purchases to our school - EASY and FREE!!!

PTO Board Members President: Tina Coleman- 847.740.3253 or tinaxcoleman@yahoo.com Vice President: Margaret Vergamini- 847.975.2715 or mvergamini@comcast.net Ways and Means: Kelly Murphy- 847.752.8780 or kellymurphy814@yahoo.com Secretary: Kathy Stanislawski- 847.445.7836 or kathys284@ymail.com Treasurer: Kristi James- 913.549.8690 or kristijames@ymail.com Volunteer Coordinator: Michelle Bernstein- 847.826.1386 or mommybear6707@yahoo.com

Social Events

! Join us Tuesday, April 8 at 7:30 pm at Emil’s for a PTO Open House Event. Come socialize with our PV Community and learn what the PTO is all about! ! April 11th is MOVIE NIGHT! We will be showing “Frozen”. Pizza slices will be $2 and other concessions will be $1. We can’t wait to see you there! ! April 24th is Family Dinner Night at Culver’s. Let’s see if our other grades can beat the First Graders! They had the most families show up at our last Culver’s Night! ! We are looking for chair people for some new social outings. We would like to set up a calendar for a monthly Mom’s Morning (coffee at Starbuck’s/Dunkin Donuts). Also, we would like to plan a monthly Monday PV Dad’s Club that meets at places like Light The Lamp Brewery and Emil’s. We just need a few people to anchor these by committing to host the event. All you need to do is show up and say Hello! Contact Tina Coleman at tinaxcoleman@yahoo.com or leave a message on the Prairieview PTO facebook page. ! May 12th is our next open PTO Meeting in PV’s Media Center. It is also the meeting where we put together our PTO board and planning committees for next year. Please contact any PTO board member if you can help out. s**Don't forget to friend us on Facebook at Prairieview PTO!

Thank You!

A special thanks this month to our hard working PTO board members. We appreciate all you do!


KINDERGARTEN:

Kacy in Mrs. Kalata’s Class thinks effort means, “To have fun.”

William Zander, Trey Simmons, Leo Rodriguez, Jordan Sutter, Nick Buchert, Krish Sahu, Valery Ramirez-Vivero, Andrea Romero, Michael Macias, Valery Ramirez, Samantha Kobeck, Lily Sobyra, Simon Hanson, Cameron Garrison, Amelia Typlin, Blayse Ambrosia, Ali Arnopolin, Connor Mork, Valery Ramirez, Vince Bodiongan, Lexi Lapp, Nick Buchert

FIRST GRADE:

Jack in Mrs. Sarcia’s Class thinks effort means, “To do hard

work.”

Neal Hart, Marcus Hueser, Peyton Danz, Ashley Slovnik, Robert Tinero-Guitierrez, Alejandro Amador Jr., Gavin Stanley, Daniel Olsen, Anthony Guerra, Gaby Carvajal, Mallory Ramsden, Aiden Galan-Smith, Dominic Ring, Emily Papanicolaou, Zyel Martinez, Santiago Romero, Ryan Vagnoni, Ben Phannavinh, Luis Padilla, Mackenzie Leiter, Cali Precia, Andrew Troekurov, Brianna Guerrero, Jessica Munoz

SECOND GRADE: best at something.”

Luis in Mrs. Morton’s Class thinks effort means, “You try your

Eduardo Gonzalez, Joey Happ, Anneliese Mayfield, Kyli Santostefano, Will Doninger, Layla Edwards, Clayton Garrison, Gwen Thommes, Cicely Kelly, Madison McGinley, Mya Ampil, John Vagnoni, Aaron George, Bella Emerick, Camila Tineo, Cheyenne Briceno, Lauren Sheahan, Jassmin Rameriz, Bella Domier, William Wegner, Rhiannon Luth, Jordan Cleaves, Angelina Sosa, and Kyle Sink


THIRD GRADE:

Arina in Mrs. Mayer’s Class thinks effort means, “To do

your best.”

Mrs. Mayer’s Class, Mrs. Jansen’s Class, Mrs. Walt’s Class, Julian Hernandez, Jake Stanislawski, Trisha Das, Dayana Rosas, Parker Collins, Tayamarie Kalas, Jonathan Novy, Calvin Geoghan, Mrs. Hale’s Class, Alexander Kurzeja, Lexi Summers, Sandy Vargas, Ava Bruce, Jesse Christensen, Annick Bottomley

FOURTH GRADE:

Kasssidy in Mrs. Erickson’s Class thinks effort means, “To try to

do something.”

Mrs. Mall’s Class, Mrs. Erickson’s Class, Mrs. Buchanan’s Class, Jhoan Guerrero, Consuelo Carcamo, Tiffany Saxinger, Bryce Nicolai, Lily Bassett, Lucas Takiff, Adrian Nunez, Emily Rivera

BUS PALS:

BUS #3 John Rogers BUS #5 Olivia Ferris, Sudiksha Peramanu, Faith Rowland BUS #6 Katelyn Stickney BUS #7 Mallory Ramsden Jesse Christensen

PALS ASSEMBLY VIP SEATING: RAY HANNEMAN, MARYLI PEREZ, JASSMIN RAMIREZ-VIVERO, SANDY VARGAS , CONSUELO CARRAMO, LEONARDO RODRIGUEZ GARCIA, ELLIE HANVIRIYAPUNT, AIDEN SMITH, PARKER COLLINS, JOHN ROGERS, KEVIN MANDUJANODELGADO


The PV PTO would like to invite you to our FREE Family Movie Night Where: PV Multi Purpose Room When: Friday, April 11th Door and Concession Stand @ 6:00 Movie Starts @ 6:30 PM

Wear your pj’s and bring your blankets and pillows too! You are welcome to bring your own snacks/dinner. Concessions will have baked goods, drinks, and popcorn. Prices vary from $0.50 to a $1.00 The goal of our PTO Movie Night is to provide a fun, school-appropriate evening for our students and their families. We try and find the newest movies that will be most appealing to the majority of our students. For this event we have chosen Monsters University, which has a rating of G. It is our belief that parents are the best judge of the content of movies they feel are appropriate for their family as it would be impossible for the PTO or staff to know the individual preferences, fears, or interests of each of the students. We hope you will be able to join us, but understand if for any reason you choose not to attend. A complete review of the movie can be found at parentpreviews.com. ***Movie subject to change***


Thursday th April 15 6:30pm Prairieview School - MultiPurpose Room

save the planet

Cub Scouts Pack 91 of Grayslake Invites everyone to an evening of fun, take home projects, friends & frogs! Featuring: The Frog Lady Frogs, Turtles, Snakes, Lizards & Dragons ~ Choose from 5 projects made of recycled stuff ~ Take home a garden starter or seedling ~ Recycle your books!! Bring in your used books of all reading levels to be donated to The Book Bridge.


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