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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

May 17, 2019 Dear Parents and Guardians,

It’s hard to believe we only have three weeks left of school. Time has certainly flown by this year. The students have done a tremendous job of working hard and I couldn’t be more proud of them. We have had many things to celebrate this year, but one event in particular is our annual Discovery Day. The students of Prairieview were treated to Discover Day today by our PTO. This is a day where students can choose from 25 different sessions and explore areas they might not otherwise get to learn about. The amount of work needed to make this day successful for students is incredible, and our PTO puts it together every year. Thank you to all the parents and guardians that selflessly gave of their time and energy to make this learning opportunity possible. While Discovery Day is always the big event of the year, we definitely have some other events to look forward to: May 23rd – Limo and Pizza Party for all of our Major Saver contest winners. May 23rd – Birthday Breakfast for June/July birthdays May 23rd – Student Council PV Countdown starts May 31st – Kindergarten Celebration at 9:00 am June 6th – Field Day June 7th – Last Day of school (Full Day) Information regarding all of these events have either gone home already or will go home as we get closer to the event. Thank you to all the parents and guardians that have supported our school, both during the school day and in all of the extra curricular events we offer. Our students and our entire school community thrive when we work together.

Sincerely,

Vince Murray Principal

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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

17 de mayo de 2019 Estimados padres y guardianes,

Es difícil creer que solamente nos quedan tres semanas de escuela. El tiempo de verdad se ha volado este año. Los estudiantes han trabajado muy duros con gran esfuerzos y estoy muy orgullosos de ellos. Tenemos mucho que celebrar este año, pero un evento en particular es nuestro Día de Descubrimiento. Los estudiantes de Prairieview tuvieron el placer de participar en el Día de Descubrimiento gracias a nuestro PTO. Esto es un día en donde los estudiantes pueden escoger de 25 sesiones diferentes y explorar áreas que a lo mejor no tendrán la oportunidad de averiguar. Es increíble la cantidad de trabajo que se requiere para hacer que este día ocurre para los estudiantes, y nuestro PTO la organiza cada año. Muchísimas gracias a los padres y guardianes que generosamente dedicaron su tiempo y energía para hacer posible esta oportunidad de aprendizaje. Aunque el Día de Descubrimiento siempre es el gran evento del año, definitivamente tenemos otros eventos que esperamos: 23 de mayo – Limusina y fiesta de pizza para todos los ganadores del concurso de Major Saver. 23 de mayo - Desayuno de cumpleaños para los que lo celebran en junio/julio 23 de mayo – El consejo estudiantil empieza a contar los días que sobran en PV 31 de mayo – La celebración de kinder a las 9:00 a.m. 6 de junio – Día de actividades deportivas 7 de junio – Ultimo día de clases (día entero) Información sobre estos eventos ya se han pasado a casa, o vendrán una vez que llegamos más cercas al evento. Gracias a todos los padres y guardianes que han apoyado a nuestra escuela durante el día escolar y en todos nuestros eventos que ofrecemos. Nuestros estudiantes y toda nuestra comunidad escolar se beneficia cuando trabajemos juntos. Sinceramente,

Vince Murray Principal

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Community Consolidated School District 46 ____________________________________________________________________________ 565 Frederick Road • Grayslake • Illinois • 60030 (847) 223-3650 FAX (847) 223-3695 Ellen L. Correll Superintendent correll.ellen@d46.org May, 2019 Dear parents and guardians, It is hard to believe that the students have been working with the Chromebooks for four months already! As we walk around the schools, we see that both teachers and students are taking advantage of the technology by integrating them into the curriculum. We do have a couple of reminders as we near the end of the school year. •If you plan on moving and will not be in attendance in D46 next year, please notify the school office and make sure to turn in your child’s Chromebook, charger and stylus. •Students in grades 3-7 will keep their Chromebooks over the summer. There will be a password change at the beginning of next year. Currently, the students have access to filtered websites for 24 hours. Beginning May 13th, your child’s access to the websites will be shut off from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Students will have the ability to work offline if needed. We also want to share a website called “Common Sense Media.” https://www.commonsensemedia.org. This website provides parents with up to date information on such topics as screen time, social media, online safety and learning with technology. This website is free. Please feel free to contact me with your questions or concerns. Sincerely, Ellen Correll  Ellen Correll Superintendent

Community Consolidated School District 46 will provide an educational environment that maximizes the potential of ALL students to be prepared for life’s opportunities while developing a lasting appreciation for learning.


Community Consolidated School District 46 ____________________________________________________________________________ 565 Frederick Road • Grayslake • Illinois • 60030 (847) 223-3650 FAX (847) 223-3695 Ellen L. Correll Superintendente correll.ellen@d46.org Mayo, 2019 Estimados padres y tutores legales, Parece mentira que los alumnos ya lleven cuatro meses utilizando los Chromebooks. Las observaciones que hemos realizado en las aulas de las escuelas nos demuestran que tanto los estudiantes como los maestros están tomando ventaja de la tecnología y la están integrando al currículo académico Al acercarse el final de clases, no gustaría recordarles lo siguiente, •Si tienen planes de mudarse y sus hijos ya no van a asistir al distrito 46 el próximo año, por favor, notifique a la escuela y asegúrese de entregar el Chromebook, cargador y stylus a la escuela. •Los estudiantes de 3ro-7mo grados pueden quedarse con sus Chromebooks durante las vacaciones de verano. Al principio del año escolar, cambiaremos las contraseñas. Por el momento, los estudiantes tienen acceso a páginas de internet con filtros de acceso restringido las 24 horas. A partir del 13 de mayo, los estudiantes no tendrán acceso a estas páginas de internet de 10 p.m. a 6 a.m., pero sí van a tener la posibilidad de trabajar con sus Chromebooks sin conexión (offline) si es necesario. Además, queremos compartir con ustedes una página de internet llamada “Common Sense Media” (medios de comunicación con sentido común) https://www.commonsensemedia.org. Está página de internet proporciona información actualizada sobre temas de interés como tiempo recomendable de exposición a pantallas, redes sociales, seguridad en línea y aprendizaje con tecnología. Esta página de internet es gratis. No dude en comunicarse conmigo si tienen dudas e inquietudes. Atentamente, Ellen Correll  Ellen Correll Superintendente Community Consolidated School District 46 will provide an educational environment that maximizes the potential of ALL students to be prepared for life’s opportunities while developing a lasting appreciation for learning.


Kindergarten - $25.98 1st Grade Boys - $50.22 1st Grade Girls - $49.92 2nd Grade Boys - $67.26 2nd Grade Girls - $66.82 3rd Grade Boys - $44.55 3rd Grade Girls - $43.93 4th Grade - $54.94

Beginning May 16th

Prairieview School Hainesville, IL


Frederick’s Kick-Off Camp is a special event JUST for incoming 5th graders!

Get to tour and learn the building before the first day of school!

AUGUST 12TH & 13TH 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. FREDERICK SCHOOL KICK-OFF CAMP

Meet your classmates and work together through fun and collaborative activities!

Learn about life at Frederick and what it takes to SOAR!

During Kick-Off Camp, students will: ●

Build a sense of safety and community

Learn study skills and organization strategies

Participate in games and team building activities

Become familiar with the policies and expectations of Frederick

Learn to be a responsible 5th grader! Questions? Please contact: Joan Leon, Kick-Off Camp Coordinator leon.joan@d46.org (847)543-5789

FREDERICK SCHOOL

595 Frederick Rd. Grayslake, IL 60030 www.d46.org (847)543-5300


Frederick School Kick-Off Camp August 12​th​ & 13​th​, 2019 Student Registration Student Name: _______________________________________________________________________________________ Current Elementary School: ​(Circle One)​ Avon Meadowview Prairieview Woodview Other Student T-Shirt Size: ​(Circle One)

​Adult Small

Adult Medium

Adult Large

Adult X-Large

Parents’ Names: _______________________________________________________________________________________ Street Address: ________________________________________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip: _________________________________________________________________________________________ Home Phone: _____________________________________ Cell Phone: _______________________________________ Email address: _________________________________________________________________________________________ Emergency Contacts Contact 1: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone Number: __________________________________ Relationship: ____________________________________ Contact 2: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone Number: __________________________________ Relationship: ____________________________________

Authorization for Emergency Treatment Physician Name/Phone# ___________________________________________________________ In case of accident or serious illness when I cannot be contacted, I grant permission for emergency treatment and procedures as deemed necessary by the physician AND sharing of any medical information with staff on a need to know basis.

Hospital of Choice for Emergency ____________________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Signature __________________________________________________________ Printed Name _____________________________________________________Date____________ Allergies and/or Important Medical Information: ______________________________________

There is a $10.00 fee for the camp. Please make checks payable to Community Consolidated School District #46 (CCSD #46). Please return check and registration form to your child’s elementary school by ​June 7, 2019​. Any registration forms submitted after June 7​th​ will have to be taken directly to the Frederick School office. We cannot guarantee t-shirts will be available for late registrations. For more information contact: Joan Leon, Kick-Off Camp Coordinator (847) 543-5789 leon.joan@d46.org


¡El campamento de lanzamiento de Frederick es un Nuevo evento especial SOLO para los estudiantes de 5to grado! ¡Haz un recorrido y aprende sobre el edificio antes del primer día de clases!

AGOSTO 12 y 13 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. FREDERICK SCHOOL CAMPAMENTO DE LANZAMIENTO Durante el campamento de lanzamiento, los Estudiantes: ● ● ● ● ●

Desarrollaran una sensación de seguridad y comunidad Aprenderán habilidades de estudio y estrategias de organización Participaran en juegos y actividades de trabajo en equipo Se familiarizan con las políticas y expectativas con las políticas y expectativas de Frederick Questions? Please contact: Joan Leon, Kick-Off Camp Coordinator leon.joan@d46.org (847)543-5789

¡ Conoce a tus compañeros de clase y trabaja juntos a través de actividades divertidas y colaborativas! Aprende sobre la vida de Frederick y que necesita para “SOAR!”

FREDERICK SCHOOL

595 Frederick Rd. Grayslake, IL 60030 www.d46.org (847)543-5300


Students entering 2nd grade in the fall of 2019 will need a dental examination, required by law. Dental forms are due by the start of the new school year 2019/2020


Updated for May

CCSD 46 Summer Academy Monday – Thursday June 10 - July 3 at Frederick School **no school on Fridays!


Summer Academy 2019 Grayslake School District 46 Grades – Pre-K through current 8th grade. Dates - Classes will be held Monday, June 10th – Wednesday, July 3rd with no school on Fridays. Times - 1st period 8:15-9:25, 2nd period 9:30-10:40, 3rd period 10:45-11:55 Supervision – Students may not enter Frederick until 8:10 am, as there is no supervision offered in the morning. If a student takes a 1st period class and a 3rd period class, there is no supervision for 2nd period. Students need to be picked up on time after their class is dismissed. Eligibility - The program is open to all District 46 students who could benefit from remedial courses or who wish to participate in enrichment courses. Transportation - Transportation is the responsibility of the parent(s). Bus service is not available for the Summer Academy. Attendance Policy - Consistent attendance is recommended throughout the summer academy program. Teachers will plan activities and prepare materials based on enrollment. Attendance will be taken just as during the regular school year. Course Cancellation - District 46 reserves the right to cancel any course that does not meet minimum enrollment requirements. Confirmation - Students and parents will receive course confirmation the first week of June. Registration - Early registration is encouraged. Classes will be filled in the order in which the registrations are received. Registrations can be mailed or delivered through your child’s campus to Prairieview School, 103 E. Belvidere Rd., Hainesville, IL 60030 c/o Stephanie Timm. No phone registrations will be accepted. A student’s current grade level is used to register for Summer Academy. Please notice the grade levels listed next to each course and sign up for the appropriate class for your child. Tuition - There is a tuition fee of $95.00 for each class. Refunds- There will be no refunds given after June 13, 2019. Information- For additional information, please contact Stephanie Timm (timm.stephanie@d46.org) or Amanda Kurzeja (kurzeja.amanda@d46.org).

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Second Helping Classes Second Helping Reading and Math: Students will receive extra support in the areas of reading and math. These classes are beneficial to students that need to maintain skills taught during the regular school year.

Enrichment Classes Enrichment Classes: Students can choose from a variety of subject areas to enhance their love of learning. Subjects include art, technology, physical activity, games and more!

1st Period - 8:15-9:25 Grade Pre-K: Kindergarten Readiness Wilson Kindergarten readiness class is designed for children who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall. We will be using many fun activities to strengthen and develop basic skills such as number sense, letter and sound recognition, and fine motor control. Come join the fun and prepare for the best days of your life. Grades K-2: Coding with Lots of Bots Innes This class will begin with students coding and programming using various online resources. Using the knowledge gained through these online resources and apps, students will use their coding skills to program Code and Go Mice, BeeBots, Lego Robots, Dash and Dot, Spheros and OzoBot Robots and more! Programmers will start with the programming basics learned during week one to start programming different bots. Each week we will focus on a different aspect of coding and programming. **This class is possible because of equipment purchased with a Foundation46 Impact Grant.** Grades K-2: P.E. for Me Cashman Come join us to play some of your favorite P.E. games and activities! This class will provide the students with the benefits of being physically active! In addition, students will have the opportunities to work on teamwork, good sportsmanship and socialization in a safe, fun and comfortable environment. Grades 1-2: Second Helping Reading Tabassum Students will continue to develop and improve their basic reading, comprehension, and writing skills. Grades 1-3: Minecraft Reisman Come join us for some Minecraft fun! We will have different opportunities for you to build and craft. We will be working together on building parts of our school – using ideas that YOU have! In addition to building, there will be some competitive challenges that you will never see coming!

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Grades 3-4: STEM and The Great Lego Challenge Peterson Welcome to the world of legos! Design and build some of the great monuments of the world! Build a catapult out of legos and test it out! Create a series of arcade games using legos and other materials and win real prizes! The possibilities this summer are endless! Grades 3-4: Second Helping Reading Tarasiuk Students will continue to develop and improve their basic reading, comprehension, and writing skills. Grades 3-5: Wizarding World of Harry Potter 1 Greissinger Do you love all things Harry Potter? Then this class is for you! Besides reading from some of your favorite books and learning about the Wizard world, we will sort ourselves into houses, create our own wands, try potions, study herbology and find out what our patronus looks like! Test your Harry Potter knowledge in a game of trivia! Our themes will come from the first two books, Sorcerers Stone and Chamber of Secrets. Grades 3-6: Circus Skills Richard Join the circus this summer! Learn to walk tall on stilts, roll along on a unicycle, juggle a three ball cascade, invert on a gym wheel and so much more! We will train circus skills in a safe progression, with instruction, spotting and at your speed. Circus literature, circus arts history and fine art pieces about circus will be woven into our learning together. This class will increase body awareness, attention, teamwork, improv/flexible thinking and performance skills. Join the fun! Grades 5-8: Sculpture World Crane Students will discover a variety of cool ways to create three-dimensional sculptures. Many different types of art materials – such as wood, plaster, wire, cardboard, tile, plastic and led lights may be used to achieve different 3D artwork!

2nd Period - 9:30-10:40 Grade Pre-K: Story Time Fun! Cunningham Come along this summer for a story time adventure! Each day as we read a story, the students will do activities based around the books. We will practice rhyming, letter recognition, counting and so much more! Grade K: First Grade Readiness Wilson This class is designed for incoming first graders. The students will practice beginning reading strategies, writing, and math skills that are necessary for first grade. Come make new friends and get ready for 1st grade!

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Grades K-2: Space Explorers Cashman Join us as we leave Earth and see what is out there in our solar system and beyond! Students will learn what it takes for humans to be space explorers and what is out there on other planets and in other galaxies. Grades 1-2: Circus Skills & Stories Richard Join the circus this summer! Learn to walk tall on stilts, juggle a three scarf cascade, defy gravity on a slack line and more. We will train circus skills in a safe progression, with instruction, spotting and at your speed. Circus literature will be a main focus along with mime technique, teamwork, creative movement and performance through character exploration. Join the fun! Grades 3-4: Second Helping Math Tabassum Students will continue to develop and improve their basic math skills through the use of manipulatives, games, and activities. Grades 3-5: Coding with Lots of Bots Innes This class will begin with students coding and programming using various online resources. Using the knowledge gained through these online resources and apps, students will use their coding skills to program Code and Go Mice, BeeBots, Lego Robots, Dash and Dot, Spheros and OzoBot Robots and more! Programmers will start with the programming basics learned during week one to start programming different bots. Each week we will focus on a different aspect of coding and programming. **This class is possible because of equipment purchased with a Foundation46 Impact Grant.** Grades 3-8: Creative Faces and Places Crane Students will explore creative ways to draw different faces and places while using a variety of different methods and drawing materials. Grades 4-8: Digital Storytelling – Short Film Reisman Do you like watching YouTube videos? Have you ever thought to yourself “I can do that”? Well, now is your chance to prove it. In this club, you will learn how to write, film, and edit your own short film to be produced on YouTube. We will look at famous films and media for examples and ideas.

3rd Period - 10:45-11:55 Grade K: Who is Ready for 1st Grade Math? Cunningham Students will play games and have fun practicing the math skills taught in kindergarten to help prepare them for success in first grade. Counting, counting on, number sense and recognition, use of tens frames, addition & subtraction skills and more will be used to solidify math skills.

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Grades K-2: Young Scientists Tabassum Enroll your kiddos to be young scientists and let them have the chance to do interesting experiments and have some fun at the same time! We will work with the scientific method as well – observations, questioning, hypotheses and experiments! Grades 1-2: Second Helping Math Wilson Students will continue to develop and improve their basic math skills through the use of manipulatives, games, and activities. Grades 1-2: All A’board Cashman Students can choose from a variety of board games to work on critical thinking and strategy skills. Bring your favorite game to share with the class. Come relax and give your brains a boost this summer! Grades 3-6: Fantastic Beasts Greissinger Follow the adventures of Newt Scamander in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. We will study many of the animals Newt loves and cares for, create our own beasts, learn about the American magical school, compare and contrast the wizard worlds of the USA and the United Kingdom AND continue to enjoy all the magical themes from the Harry Potter book series. Grades 4-8: Everything Clay Crane Students will create ceramic art pieces that can be used in a variety of different ways! Examples: piggy banks, phone holder, jewelry box, appetizer dishes, candle holders, etc. This class will have an additional fee of $10 to help cover material costs and supplies. Please include it in the payment. Grades 4-8: Minecraft Reisman Come join us for some Minecraft fun! We will have different opportunities for you to build and craft. We will be working together on building parts of our school – using ideas that you have! In addition to building, there will be some competitive challenges that you will never see coming!

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11:55-3:00 K-4 Activity Camp Participating students will take part in a variety of fun athletic activities that will build not only your child’s athletic skills, but also his/her sportsmanship skills as well. Children in activity camp that are enrolled in morning classes should bring a sack lunch. THIS CLASS HAS A COST OF $220. 5-8 Activity Camp Participating students will take part in a variety of fun athletic activities that will build not only your child’s athletic skills, but also his/her sportsmanship skills as well. Children in activity camp that are enrolled in morning classes should bring a sack lunch. THIS CLASS HAS A COST OF $220.

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Student Registration Summer Academy 2019 Enrollment is based on the date registration is received. All classes have a minimum number of students required and may be canceled if minimum enrollment is not met. Making a Second Choice is important. Students may sign up for 1, 2 or 3 concurrent courses. Please print as clearly as possible.

Student name____________________________________________ Current grade________________ School____________________________________________________ Parent name___________________________Email_____________________________________________________ Phone________________________________ Emergency phone________________________________________ Please add any additional information that applies to your child (examples: IEP, food allergies): ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Class Time First Choice Second Choice (essential) 8:15-9:25 _________________________________________ ________________________________________ 9:30-10:40 _________________________________________ ________________________________________ 10:45-11:55 ________________________________________ ________________________________________ 12:00 -3:00 Activity Camp _________________________ Fees (Classes $95 each and Activity Camp $220) Number of classes ______________ X $95.00 = ________________________ Activity Camp $220.00 = ______________________ Total amount enclosed $_________________________ Make checks payable to CCSD #46 Parent signature____________________________________________________________________________________

Send completed form and payment to your child’s school or mail to: Prairieview School Attn: Stephanie Timm 103 E. Belvidere Rd. Hainesville, IL 60030

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