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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


November 11, 2011 Dear Parents/Guardians, We hope you will join us in our efforts to strengthen our learning community through our PALS program. Our program highlights and reinforces qualities and characteristics of productive citizens. Positive Actions Lead to Success We start each day with the school pledge to remind everyone what it means to be a PAL. Throughout the year we will highlight traits through “Classroom Buddy” activities. During these times, students will have the opportunity to encourage each other to display positive qualities. Each month we will focus on one or two of the following lifeskills: Responsibility, Cooperation, Problem Solving, Friendship, Integrity, Curiosity, Organization, Caring, Patience, Effort, Pride, Sense of Humor, Perseverance, and Initiative. In order to recognize their efforts as good citizens, “PALS” will be given to those who display positive qualities during the school year. Each Friday, students are highlighted school wide on our morning broadcast and throughout the building on our “PALS” photo frames. The winners for the week also receive book bag tags labeled with the trait they demonstrated. “PALS” updates continue to be sent home through classroom newsletters and Friday Flyers. We have also been learning and following common school procedures this year. Throughout the year we will have our “Paling Around” events. During this time we celebrate all of the positive behavior by letting the students participate in special activities. We also use this time to reteach and reinforce procedures with students who receive multiple warnings and need reminders to follow school expectations. On Monday, November 21st we will have our first all-school celebration that focuses on what it takes to be a responsible Prairieview citizen. As parents, you are your children’s most important teacher. Here are some activities you can do to support our program, and more importantly your child: • Remember, children learn by our actions; model how you want your child to behave. • Share stories from your childhood that relate to the featured components of citizenship we are studying at school. For example, you might want to describe a time when you were proud of an accomplishment or a time when being patient was difficult, but worth it. • Praise your child for the positive things he or she does. When there are problems, help your child understand the consequences of his or her actions. Thank you for your support! The Prairieview Staff


Prairieview
School
 



 


Est.
2002


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


November 11, 2011 Estimados Padres o Encargados,


 


Esperamos que se nos unan en nuestros esfuerzos para fortalecer nuestra comunidad de aprendizaje a través de nuestro programa de PALS. Nuestro programa destaca y refuerza las cualidades y características de los ciudadanos productivos Acciones Positivas Conducen al Éxito Comenzamos cada día con la promesa de escuela para recordar lo que significa ser un AMIGO. A lo largo del año destacaremos rasgos por “Actividades de Buddies de Salón”. Durante estos tiempos, los estudiantes tendrán la oportunidad de animar el uno al otro para mostrar calidades positivas. Cada mes nos concentraremos en un o dos de las siguientes: Responsabilidad, Cooperación, Solución de Problema, Amistad, Integridad, Curiosidad, Organización, Preocupación, Paciencia, Esfuerzo, Orgullo, Sentido de Humor, Perseverancia, e Iniciativa. A fin de reconocer sus esfuerzos como buenos ciudadanos, "PALS" se les dará a quienes muestran cualidades positivas durante el año escolar. Cada viernes, los estudiantes están resaltado escuela amplia nuestro mañana difusión y en todo el edificio en nuestros marcos de fotos de "PALS". Los ganadores de la semana también recibirán etiquetas de bolsa libro marcadas con el rasgo que demostraron. Versiones de "PALS" continuarán a ser enviados a casa a través de boletines de salón y viernes volantes. También hemos estado aprendiendo y siguiendo procedimientos comunes de la escuela este año. A lo largo del año tendremos actividades "Paling Around". Durante este tiempo se celebra todos los comportamientos positivos al permitir que los estudiantes participan en actividades especiales. También usamos este tiempo para volver a enseñar y reforzar los procedimientos con los estudiantes que reciben múltiples advertencias y recordatorios necesidad de seguir las expectativas de la escuela. El Lunes, 21 de noviembre vamos a tener nuestra primera celebración de toda la escuela que se enfoca en lo que se necesita para ser un ciudadano responsable Prairieview. Como padres, usted es su profesor de niños más importante. Aquí están algunas actividades que usted puede hacer para apoyar nuestro programa, y más importantemente su niño: • Recuerde, los niños aprenden por nuestras acciones; modelo de cómo desea que su hijo se comporte. • Comparta historias de su niñez que se refieren a los componentes destacados de la ciudadanía estamos estudiando en la escuela. Por ejemplo, puede describir una vez cuando estaban orgullosos de un logro o un momento siendo paciente era difícil, pero vale la pena. • Glorifique a su hijo por as cosas positivas que él o ella no. Cuando hay problemas, ayudar a su hijo a comprender las consecuencias de sus actos. Gracias por su apoyo! El Equipo de Prairieview 



Prairieview PTO Pride November 11, 2011 Volume 5, Issue 6

Boy and a Buddy Night Boy and a Buddy Night is next Friday, November 18th and RSVP’s are due TODAY, Friday, November 11th! Please see the attached flyer for details on this fun night.

Upcoming Events

First Trimester Ends, Friday, November 11th

RSVP deadline for Boy and a Buddy Night, Friday, November 11th

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Additionally, we really need volunteers to help out with the games, crafts, etc. that night. If you feel like you can’t commit because you have younger kids to watch, let us know – if there is enough interest we may arrange for some babysitting at the school that night. If you can help out, please contact J Richard at mom@doogan.net or Tina Coleman. We are offering $5 in PVBucks to all of our volunteers that night, which is redeemable at other PTO-sponsored events.

PTO Board Members Kristi James – President Kristi.james@ymail.com 913-549-8690 Beth McGowan – Vice President demcgowan@sbcglobal.net 847-223-2770 Kathy Stanislowski – Vice President kathy284@comcast.net 847-548-2511 Staci Parmer – Treasurer slparmer@sbcglobal.net 847-548-9137 Stephanie Arnopolin – Ways and Means teachnem1@aol.com

Pals Tree

Market Day, Saturday, November 12th

Again this year, the PTO will be sponsoring the Pals Tree at Prairieview. The Pals Tree Boy and a Buddy Night, is a way for our community to support each Friday, November 18th other during the holidays. The heart tags on Pals Tree tags available, the tree are anonymous gift requests from Friday, November 18th Prairieview families who are struggling Early Release, during these tough times. If you would like Tuesday, November 22nd to participate, you can select a heart from No School, the tree that will be located in front of the Wed - Fri, Nov. 23rd – 25th office beginning Friday, November 18th, or Pals Tree gifts due back send a note to school with your child asking at school, for a heart to be sent home. After you Wednesday, December 7th shop, return the wrapped gift back to school by Wednesday, December 7th. If you have any questions, please contact Rosa Tellez in the office. Thank you for your generosity during the holidays!

Fundraiser Notes Hopefully everyone saw the SchoolaMoola flyer that went home recently. This is an ongoing fundraiser so that whenever you want prints or anything photo-related, SchoolaMoola has products available and will donate a percentage of the sale back to the school. If you normally order photo cards, please be sure to check out the selection at SchoolaMoola! There is a flyer attached with more info!

847-543-8818 Jacki Galauskas – Ways and Means chrisnus@sbcglobal.net 847-986-4307 Tina Coleman – Volunteer Coordinator tinaxcoleman@yahoo.com 847-740-3253 Melanie Bruce – Newsletter cormac05@yahoo.com 847-223-9757


Thank You Exxon Mobil Thanks to the efforts of the Mobile dealer Lucent Enterprise Inc., located at the corner of Hainesville and 120, Prairieview School has been awarded a $500.00 ExxonMobil Educational Alliance grant for math and science. The ExxonMobil Educational Alliance program is designed to provide Mobil retailers like Lucent Enterprise Inc. with the opportunity to invest in the future of their communities through educational grants to neighborhood schools.

Troop Care Package Drive

The Grayslake Fire Department and their friends are collecting items for the troops. Types of items needed include: • • • •

Food & Snacks Clothing Foot Care Items Personal Care Items

There will a collection bin at Prairieview for any donations from November 11th to December 2nd. You can also donate at the Grayslake Fire Station from 9AM-5PM November 20th – December 8th. Please see the attached flyer for more details.


KINDERGARTEN:

Caitlyn in Mrs. Zeigler’s Class thinks cooperation means, “To be a good listener.”

Jasmine Orellana, Kaylie Fernandez, Rhiannon Luth, Sudiksha Peramanu, Oliwia Chelminska, LaurenText Sheahan, Brady Mann, Mya Weatherspoon, Box. Pedro Becerra, Gerardo Gongora, Anneliese Mayfield, Kate McDonough, Vivian Toman, John Vagnoni, William Wegner, Caitlyn Maguire, Marcus Ardelean, Kyli Santostefano, Cameron Dresser, Hudson Kern, Christian Peterson, Bella Emerick, Mariana Barroso, Khamily Ocampo

FIRST GRADE:

Sage in Mrs. Schneider’s Class thinks problem solving means, “To solve a problem by yourself.”

Rex Hannemann, Kali James, Corinne Hill, Trisha Das, Suhani Peramanu, Arianna Sprenger, Emely Diaz, Sage Coleman, Robert Ming, Zoe Thomas, Ryan Pulaski, Morgan Wehrheim, Linnea Strack, Seamus Green, Annalise Eisenberg, Ryland Russell, Kaylie Wilkinson, Ben Genc, Chanell Whelan, Ava Bruce

SECOND GRADE:

Abby Kim, Daniel Krum, Alex Ries, Tiffany Saxinger, Toma Bucmys, Grace Requena, Tyler Neuman, Devin Racho, Sarah Kovalcheck, Jhoan Guerrero, Jacob Sweeney, Kate Copeland, Brandon Schwartz, Miriya Vo, Mrs. Morton’s Class, Lexi Andersen, Max Ardelean, Anthony Waszak, Elle Doninger, Leo Matute, Trevor Coleman, Georgia Mayfield, Abby Guerra

THIRD GRADE:

James from Mrs. Miller’s Class thinks problem solving means, “To settle the problem if you and a friend are fighting.”

Demar Hill, Evany Rivera, Justin Lyons, Anthony Neubauer, Cecilia Luth, Jason Wooten, Fatima Ortega, Jonathan Li, Caden Sheahan, Andy Rubio, James DeLeon, Cassandra Rosas, Jack Kalata, Noah Bowman, Jasmine Knoll, Emma Semersky, Megan Morrissey, Matthew Mauritz, Abbi Plencner, Alex Islas, Paige Minogue, Austin Rowland

FOURTH GRADE:

Cassie in Mrs. Mayer’s Class thinks cooperation means, “To work with someone

without fighting.”

Lluvia Barrios, Callie Wilson, Jack Moran, Isabelle Trottier, Lucas Mozayeni,Mary Jo Connet, Krystell Fain,Danny Garcia, Anna Patel,Angel Hernandez, Kristina Galeczka, Jeremy Adams, Yovanna Torres, Matthew Petrusek, Bella Adkins, Jacob Flary, Maggie Jensen, Izzy Carvajal, Dasha Merkulova, Jayden Spaethe, Jeremy Adams, Hallie Olsen, Danny Garcia, Johanna Ofsanik

BUS PALS:


BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS

#1 Ethan Feldman, Clayton Garrison, Emily Rivera, Abigail Barfield, #2 Jasmine Knoll, Desiree Pletz, Khairy Fiala, #5 Lucas Mozayeni, #6 Katelyn Stickney #7 Lucy Johnson, Headline

Some of our PALS recipients earned the privilege of assisting the Bubble Guy on stage: Paige Minogue, Shannon Hill, GG Grimes, Luis Martinez-Gonzalez, Jacob Flary, Krystell Fain, Jacob Connet, Tori Caliendo, Kaylee Islas, Jaime Echevarria, Jenny Vora, Chase James

Some of our PALS recipients earned the privilege of VIP seating: Guilliene Uy, Alecxis Contreras, Tommy Jakubowski, Graham Eby, Ruthie Pignatari, Rhiannon Luth, Anthony Neubauer, Seja Kern, Evany Rivera, Jack Moran, Jon Richard, Ava Bruce, Nathan Parmer, Trisha Das, Olivia Ferris, Jacob Stanislawski, Brendon Paul, Drew Arnopolin, Angela Caliendo, Pedro Becerra

Friendship is our lifeskill for November


D46 Foundation Science Supply Drive

Thursday 11/3 - Sunday 11/20 Participating Stores: Grayslake Jewel & Piggly Wiggly Hands-on, minds-on learning is the most exciting and engaging way to master and explore the sciences! The D46 Foundation is coordinating a Science Supply Drive to provide necessary science materials and expand the availability of innovative science lab experiments in the classroom. Complete lists of materials and donation bins will be available at Grayslake Jewel & Piggly Wiggly throughout the drive. To arrange drop off of donations obtained from other sources, please contact us at d46foundation@gmail.com. On behalf of the teachers and students in District 46, we thank you for your participation!


List  Price:    $45  

SALE:    $30  

WRITING  &  PUBLISHING:   #  of  copies  __________   Autographed  to:   ____________________   ____________________   List  Price  $22.60  

SALE:  $15   MOTOCROSS  FREESTYLE:   #  of  copies  __________   Autographed  to:   ____________________   ____________________  

List  Price:    $50  

SALE:    $30  

ORGAN  TRANSPLANTS:   #  of  copies  __________   Autographed  to:   ____________________   ____________________   Cash  or  Check  made  out  to:  TINA  P.  SCHWARTZ  (Total  $_________)  


Prairieview PTO Pride 1/11/11