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Prairieview(School! !

Est.!2002!

103!E.!Belvidere!Rd.,!Hainesville,!IL!60030!7!Phone!(847)!54374230!7!Fax!(847)!54374125 Vince!Murray,!Principal!

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November 15, 2013 Dear Parents/Guardians, We hope you will join us in our efforts to strengthen our learning community through our PALS (Positive Actions Lead to Success) program. Our program highlights and reinforces qualities and characteristics of productive citizens as we focus on one or two of the following life skills per month: Responsibility, Cooperation, Problem Solving, Friendship, Integrity, Curiosity, Organization, Caring, Patience, Effort, Pride, Sense of Humor, Perseverance, and Initiative. We start each day with the school pledge to remind everyone what it means to be a PAL. In order to recognize our students’ efforts as good citizens, “PALS” will be given to those who display positive qualities during the school year. Each Friday, students are recognized school wide on our morning broadcast with special honors given for cafeteria behavior (class eagle) and bus behavior (Bus Wristbands). The PAL winners for the week 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 re-teach and reinforce procedures with students who receive multiple warnings and need reminders to follow school expectations. On Tuesday, November 26th we will have our first all-school celebration that focuses on what it takes to be a responsible Prairieview citizen. New to Prairieview this year is our Principal Pride Award. Students that show academic excellence and perseverance in the classroom are nominated by their teachers for this award. The student’s work is displayed in a special area in their classroom and a certificate is given to them by Mr. Murray. This award is given at anytime during the year and can be won multiple times. 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$7$Phone$(847)$54374230$7$Fax$(847)$54374125 Vince$Murray,$Principal$

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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 enfocado en una o dos de las siguientes características cada mes: Responsabilidad, Cooperación, Resolviendo Problemas, Amistad, Integridad, Curiosidad, Organización, Caritativo, Paciencia, Esfuerzo, Orgullo, Sentido de Humor, Perseverancia, e Iniciativa. 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. 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 martes, 20 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. Nuevo en Prairieview este año es nuestro Premio Orgullo del Principal. Los estudiantes que demuestran excelencia académica y la perseverancia en el solon son nominados por sus maestros para este premio. El trabajo del estudiante se muestra en un área especial en su salón de clases y un certificado entregado por el Sr. Murray. Este premio se otorga en cualquier momento durante el año y se puede ganar varias veces. 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


PTO Board Members

Volunteer Opportunities Mitten Tree donation opportunities will be available in the front office in the month of December. See Miss Rosa for details. Holiday Shoppe will need volunteers for set up, helping at the event and take down. Check the Prairieview PTO facebook page for the sign!up sheet. Don’t forget to friend us on Facebook to find out more about upcoming volunteer opportunities, or contact Michelle Bernstein at mommybear6707@yahoo.com or 847!826! 1386. Planning for the Future: ! Discovery Day ! we are looking for 2 parents to shadow our Discovery Day Chairpeople this year (May event). We need at least 2 parents to learn the ropes and help plan Discovery Day next year. 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.

Fundraising Events

DATE CHANGE: The Holiday Shoppe will be DECEMBER 12 th and 13 – times to follow!

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Ongoing: Please remember to save your Boxtops, Campbell's Soup Labels and Tyson Labels! You can turn them into the front office or save them for an upcoming voting event to be announced soon! 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!!!

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 Our next social event will be on November 11th @ 7 pm: OPEN PTO MEETING in the Media Center **Don't forget to friend us on Facebookat Praireview PTO!

Thank You! - Thank you to our helpers for movie night! We really appreciate everyone who pitched in! - PTO Open Meetings are a great way to stay connected! Thank you for those who attended our November 11th meeting. Our next Open Meeting is January 13th at 7 pm in the media center. We’d love to see you! - Family Reading Night is always so much fun! Thanks to all who attended!


Prairieview PALS Presents As the winter holidays approach we begin to think about others and how we can help them have a pleasant holiday. It is not always possible because of the loss of a job, an illness or other reasons, for people to enjoy and afford to buy presents for their families. At Prairieview School there will be a PAL Tree for Prairieview Families that will not be able to provide gifts for their families this year. There will be a heart for each child in the family hanging on the

tree in the front office starting November 22nd. Each heart will be identified by a number. Please come in and

take some hearts or send a note with your child indicating how many hearts they should bring home, buy a present, wrap it and return it with the heart on it (no other tags) by December 6th.

*If you have any questions please call Rosa Tellez at 847/ 543-6202. ______________________________________________________________________________________ If your child is a student at Prairieview School and would benefit from receiving gifts this year, please fill out the form below and return it by November 15th. Please be courteous to donating families and limit the number of items per child to 2, not exceeding a $20.00 cost per item. Parent or Guardian Names: ___________________________________________________________ Phone: _________________________Teacher: _________________________________________ 1. Child’s age: _________ Child’s size: _________ Name:___________________________________ ___ boy ___ girl Needs or wants: 1. ________________________ 2. _________________________

2. Child’s age: _________ Child’s size: _________ Name:___________________________________ ___ boy ___ girl Needs or wants: 1. ________________________ 2. _________________________

3. Child’s age: _________ Child’s size: _________ Name:___________________________________ ___ boy ___ girl Needs or wants: 1. ________________________ 2. _________________________ Please return form to the Prairieview Office. th Gifts can be picked up on December 17 during the school day. *If needed, you may contact Rosa at 847/ 543-6202 to make other arrangements for pick up. *A designated PTO parent will be organizing requests. If you prefer not to provide confidential information to our PTO member we can put you in contact with local organizations that provide similar resources.


Con la llegado de los días festivos empezamos a pensar en los regalos que les compraremos a nuestros familiares y a nuestros amigos. Todos estamos pasando por un tiempo muy difícil, este año tenemos algunas familias en Prairieview que no les podrán comprar regalos a sus familiares. Quizás por la perdida del trabajo, por alguna enfermedad o puede ser por muchas otras razones. En Prairieview tenemos lo que llamamos el “Pal Tree” (el Árbol para los Amigos). El Pal Tree es una ayuda extra para estas familias. Les queremos pedir que nos ayuden a ayudarle; es muy sencillo! Empesando el día 22 de Noviembre puede pasar a la oficina, y allí encontrara el árbol listo con los corazones. Cada corazón tendrá información de un niño(a) de nuestra escuela, tome un(os) corazón(es), compre el regalo(s), envuélvalo(s) y lo(s) entrega a la oficina. El corazón debe ser regresado pegado a el regalo. Si no puede pasar a la oficina, les podemos mandar los corazones a casa con su hijo(a). Nada mas mándenos una nota informándonos cuantos corazones quiere. Les pedimos que los regalos sean entregados antes del 6 de Diciembre. *Si tiene alguna pregunta por favor hable con Rosa al 847-543-6202. Si su hijo(a) es un estudiante de Prairieview y puede beneficiarse recibiendo esta ayuda, por favor llene esta forma y regrésela a mas tardar el 15 de Noviembre. Por favor sea cortes con las familias que van ayudar y limítese a 2 piezas por niño(a) que no sobre pasen el valor de $20.00 por pieza. Nombre de los Padres “o” Guardianes: # de Teléfono:

Maestra(o):

1. Edad del niño(a): Niño

Talla:

Nombre:

Niña

Necesita “o” Quiere: 1.

2. Edad del niño(a): Niño

2. __________ ______

Talla:

Nombre:

Niña

Necesita “o” Quiere: 1.

3. Edad del niño(a): Niño

2.

Talla:

____

Nombre:

Niña

Necesita “o” Quiere: 1. 2. ___________ *Los regalos podrán ser recogidos el 17 de Diciembre durantes el día de clase. Si necesita hacer otros arreglos, por favor comuníquese con Rosa 847-543-6202.


Prairieview Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

December 2, 2013

December 3, 2013

December 4, 2013

December 5, 2013

December 6, 2013

APPLE JACKS REDUCED SUGAR Spiced Grahams Blended F Milk

OAT BLENDERS Cinnamon Elf Grahams Apple Juice Milk

RAISIN BRAN Chocolate Elf Grahams Apple Juice Milk

CINNAMON TOASTERS Strawberry Waffle Crackers Blend Milk

FROSTED MINI WHEATS Animal Grahams Strawberry Kiwi Milk

December 9, 2013

December 10, 2013

December 11, 2013

December 12, 2013

December 13, 2013

FROOT LOOPS REDUCED SUGAR Apple Breakfast Square S Milk

RICE KRISPIES Cinnamon Breakfast Square Blended Fr Milk

FROSTED FLAKES (LOW SUGAR) Chocolate Elf Grahams Milk

MINI WHEATS LITTLE BITES Strawberry Waffle Cracker Milk

TOASTY O'S Animal Grahams Strawberry Kiwi Juice Milk

December 16, 2013

December 17, 2013

December 18, 2013

December 19, 2013

December 20, 2013

APPLE JACKS REDUCED SUGAR Spiced Grahams Blended F Milk

OAT BLENDERS Cinnamon Elf Grahams Apple Juice Milk

RAISIN BRAN Chocolate Elf Grahams Apple Juice Milk

CINNAMON TOASTERS Strawberry Waffle Crackers Blend Milk

FROSTED MINI WHEATS Animal Grahams Strawberry Kiwi Milk

December 23, 2013

December 24, 2013

December 25, 2013

December 26, 2013

December 27, 2013

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

December 30, 2013

December 31, 2013

January 1, 2014

January 2, 2014

January 3, 2014

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

**** ALL MEALS SERVED WITH APPROPRIATE CONDIMENTS AND A CHOICE OF 1% AND FAT FREE MILK. *** MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call toll free 866/632-9992 (Voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through Federal Relay service at 800/877-8339; or 800/845-6136 (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


Prairieview Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

December 2, 2013

December 3, 2013

December 4, 2013

December 5, 2013

December 6, 2013

MINI CORN DOGS & CHICKEN FUN MIX Golden Potato Rounds Mixed Fruit Cup Ketchup Mustard Milk

CHICKEN PASTA MARINARA Garden Peas Diced Pears Milk

CRISPY CHICKEN FILLET Hamburger Bun Maple Baked Beans Fresh Baby Carrots* Fat Free Ranch Dressing Fresh Apple BBQ Sauce Milk

SAUSAGE PIZZA Romaine Salad Fat Free French Dressing Diced Peaches Milk

MEATBALLS W/ TOMATO SAUCE Hot Dog Bun Crunchy Celery Sticks Ranch Dressing Fresh Orange Oatmeal Cookie Milk

December 9, 2013

December 10, 2013

December 11, 2013

December 12, 2013

December 13, 2013

CHICKEN NUGGETS W/SWEET POTATO DELIGHT Garden Peas Strawberry Applesauce BBQ Sauce Milk

CHEESE LASAGNA Garden Vegetables Diced Peaches Cinnamon Sky Cookie Milk

TURKEY HAM & CHEESE PANINI Romaine Salad Cucumber Coins Fat Free Ranch Dressing Pineapple Tidbits Graham Crackers Milk

PIZZA DIPPERS Marinara Dipping Sauce Fresh Baby Carrots* Fat Free Ranch Dressing Fresh Orange Milk

TURKEY BURGER WITH POTATO WEDGES Hamburger Bun Maple Baked Beans Fresh Pear Mustard Ketchup Milk

December 16, 2013

December 17, 2013

December 18, 2013

December 19, 2013

December 20, 2013

TURKEY TACO MEAT Whole Kernel Corn Orange Juice Baked Doritos Milk

PEPPERONI PIZZA Green Beans Cinnamon Applesauce Milk

CREAMY CHICKEN PASTA California Blend Veggies Diced Peaches Vanilla Cookie Milk

CHICKEN TENDERS WITH POTATO WEDGES Maple Baked Beans Fresh Pear Ketchup BBQ Sauce Milk

SPAGHETTI & MEATBALLS Fresh Broccoli Florets Ranch Dressing Fresh Banana* Whole Wheat Bread Milk

December 23, 2013

December 24, 2013

December 25, 2013

December 26, 2013

December 27, 2013

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

December 30, 2013

December 31, 2013

January 1, 2014

January 2, 2014

January 3, 2014

NO SCHOOL

NO SCHOOL

**** ALL MEALS SERVED WITH APPROPRIATE CONDIMENTS AND A CHOICE OF 1% AND FAT FREE MILK. *** MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call toll free 866/632-9992 (Voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through Federal Relay service at 800/877-8339; or 800/845-6136 (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.


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