Woody Review Woodview School News 340 Alleghany Road, Grayslake, IL 60030 847-223-3668 “An Environment Where We Can All Grow Together”
A Letter from our principal...
Principal: Cathy Santelle
March 9, 2012 Dear Parents and Guardians, I want to make you aware of an urgent safety concern at Woodview. Each day at dismissal time we have cars parking in front of our school on Alleghany and on the corner of Alleghany and Woodland. The cars parked in these locations are obstructing the vision of drivers trying to make it home safely. It has been difficult for our crossing guard to help students cross. I urge you to park in our parking lot when picking up your children. It takes a few extra minutes to pull into a parking space but it will ensure safety for all. We look forward to warm spring weather. Keep in mind, in our area temperatures change through the day. Students will be going outdoors for recess and sometimes P.E., and may need to dress in layers in order to be prepared. Our grass is still very wet so boots continue to be necessary. We look forward to another PTO sponsored event. On Friday, March 9th we will have Bingo, Beef and Baskets from 5:30– 8:30. This is a fun night for families to socialize, purchase dinner and play Bingo with others. Raffle baskets are a popular way to win fun prizes while supporting our school. You may even see a few of our Woodview teachers calling out bingo. We hope to see you all there.
Sincerely, Cathy Santelle
WOODVIEW SCHOOL CALENDAR Woodview School 340 Alleghany Road
ISATS for 3rd & 4th Grade
Skating Unit for 4th Grade
PTO Meeting @ 7:30 p.m.
Report Cards Go Home
Early Dismissal– 11:00a.m. AM Kdg. Attends
School Store Week
Board of Ed. Meeting
Spring Break—No School
Grayslake, IL. 60030 847.223.3668
WOODVIEW PTO firstname.lastname@example.org PRESIDETS: Lisa Bako email@example.com 224-200-7573
TREASURER: Missy Katzenmaier firstname.lastname@example.org 847-548-1732
Krista Bean email@example.com 847-543-0805
SECRETARIES: Traci Parker firstname.lastname@example.org 847-752-2061
VICE PRESIDETS: Emily Heidloff email@example.com 847-986-4145
Amy Hieronymus firstname.lastname@example.org 847-548-4768
Stephanie Weatherly STAFF LIAISO: email@example.com Gerry Sousa 847-543-0785 firstname.lastname@example.org WAYS AD MEAS: De Brown email@example.com 847-223-8207 Casper Provo firstname.lastname@example.org 847-231-6786 Brandi Kornit email@example.com 312-330-0197 Tony Primack firstname.lastname@example.org 847-204-4487
FIND US ON FACEBOOK! Stay informed and see what exciting things are going on at Woodview. Our Facebook page will provide you with lots of valuable information about PTO fundraisers and other events! Look for “Woodview School PTO” on Facebook and “LIKE” us today!
Woodviewâ€™s Bingo, Baskets, and Beef Night Friday, March 9
Doors open at 5:30pm. Bingo games played until 8pm. Raffle Room open 5:30-8:00. Winners will be announced at 8:30pm (winners need not be present to win).
Bingo cards cost $1/game or $3/session. 3 sessions of bingo will be played at 45 minutes each. One card can be purchased for $7 and valid all night (3 sessions). Teachers will call bingo numbers. Prizes include candy, small toys, and tickets for Raffle items found only in the Bingo room.
Raffle tickets cost $1 for 1, $10 for 12, or $20 for 25. Raffle items include an iPod Touch, two night stay at the Wilderness Resort, 2 tickets to a Cubs game, a Weekend Getaway, Best Buy gift cards, and many, many more.
Food for sale catered by Mitchâ€™s Chicago Style Grill Beef sandwiches $4, Hot dogs $2, Mac and cheese $2, Small salad $1, Large salad $2, Bag of chips $1, Water $1, Gatorade $2
The Multi Purpose room will be open for kids to play in. A variety of gym equipment will be available to play with. Please supervise your children in the MPR. Questions? Email WoodviewPTO@gmail.com
BOX TOP COMPETITION A new box tops contest has begun and it is boys versus girls! The group that collects the most box tops by April 5th will win bragging rights. Will it be "boys rule" or "girls rule"? Please have your child turn in box tops to their teacher in a bag or envelope labeled "boy" or "girl". There are "boy" and "girl" collection boxes in the office as well. We have collected over $1600 worth of box tops so far this year! Thank you for your help.
NEWS FROM THE PTO HELP WANTED The PTO is looking for someone to fill the TREASURER position for next school year. This position requires some familiarity with bookkeeping. The treasurer is responsible for keeping track of all funds that the PTO brings in and gives back to the school. The new treasurer will have the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of the position from the current treasurer. Please send an email to WoodviewPTO@gmail.com if you are interested, and we encourage you to come to the next PTO meeting on Tuesday, March 13 at 7:30pm.
Do you have old cell phones around your house? The Woodview PTO is collecting old cell phones and will receive funds for each cell phone we collect. If you have a phone you would like to donate, please have your child bring it to the school office. Please remove SIM cards before donating to protect your privacy.
Itâ€™s time to order the Woodview School Yearbook! Your student only gets to experience their school year once, so donâ€™t let this chance to order a yearbook pass you by. The cost of the yearbook is 15-dollars. Please use the link below to order online, or send a check payable to CCSD #46 to the school office.
Woody’s S’more Store Student Council will be opening Woody's S'more Store the week of January 23-27. The store will have Woodview pencils, bendy pencils, pencil grips, erasers in fun shapes, folders and koala pencil huggers. All items are priced $1 or less. The store will be open from 7:55-8:20 am each morning and students will be allowed to shop on their assigned day of the week. If you have any questions about the school store, please call the office. The school store will be open the following weeks from 7:55 a.m. to 8:20 a.m.: March 19-23 April 16-20 May 14-18
School Store Schedule: Monday—4th Grade Students Tuesday—2nd Grade Students Wednesday– 1st Grade Students Thursday—3rd Grade Students Friday– Kindergarten Students (PM students will shop at 11:40a.m.)
P.E. UPDATE The 3rd and 4th graders are in the final days of a unit called Eclipse Ball which is just like tennis. It helps the students work on their hand-eye coordination. After Eclipse Ball, the 4th graders will be learning how to roller skate for two weeks, and the 3rd graders will be going through some fitness days. Kindergarten-2nd graders have been working on their hand-eye coordination as well. They have been practicing hitting, passing and bouncing different balls on tennis racquets. They have been doing a great job and we look forward to them being able to learn new games through the tennis racquets. A HUGE THANK YOU GOES OUT TO THE RISING SUN MASONIC LODGE IN GRAYSLAKE FOR THE VERY GENEROUS DONATION TO THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. The money will be going towards new fitness equipment that all Woodview students will be using.
Mr. Feldman and Mr. Mulvaney P.E. Teachers
Art News I am always looking for more parent volunteers to help out in the art room at various times throughout the year. If you are interested in helping please contact me at email@example.com. There are different supplies that the art room is always looking for: Washable markers, baby wipes, pencils, glitter, kids treats and prizes, masking tape, large zip lock bags, tissues. Kindergarten The students are learning about the primary and secondary colors. They are painting a piece of paper with each color. Then the students will turn their brush over and make marks on their paper, this is texture. When they finish, the Teacher will read them an Eric Carle storybook and learn all about the artist. With their textured paper, they will make an outdoor picture by cutting out shapes and gluing it all together. First Grade The Teacher will read the story; Huggly takes a Bath, by Tedd Arnolds. The students will then have to create their own bed monster out of construction paper. They will have to be creative and use their imagination to come up with a unique bed monster. The students will also be learning how to decorate their monster by cutting out shapes instead of drawing it out. To do this project, the students will also learn how to do printmaking. They will be making bubbles so their bed monster can take a bath. Second Grade The students are learning about the life of the artist named Vincent Van Gogh. They will be learning about the art period he was in, Post Impressionism. Van Gogh liked to show his brush strokes in his work, and the students will have to follow that style in their art project. The students are also learning what is in a landscape: the foreground, the background, the sky, a horizon line, and nature. In their art project, the students will draw a starry night landscape, just like Van Gogh famous painting, The Starry Night. Third Grade The students are learning about the life of the artist named Georgia Oâ€™Keeffe. The students will find out that Georgia Oâ€™Keeffe like to paint flowers really big and close up. The students will have to create their own flower close up. Also, the students will learn about the analogous colors, which are colors adjacent to each other on the color wheel. They will have to use analogous colors when they paint their flowers. Fourth Grade The students are working with clay and constructing their own Big Mouths. A Big Mouth can be an animal, person, or made up character that looks like their mouth is open really wide. This is a fun lesson where the students have to use their imagination as well as critical thinking as to how to construct a three-dimensional art project. They will be learning new vocabulary words that go along with ceramics, for example: wedge, scoring and slipping, kiln, leather hard, bone dry, bisque fire, and glaze fire.
URE PAG ES
Second graders at Woodview got a special treat last week when members of the Grayslake Central Rams Girls Basketball team stopped by to read a few books. Thanks to them for spending a little time with us, after making it all the way to the Sectional Championship gameâ€Ś.Congratulations on a great season!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ALL OF OUR FEBRUARY BIRTHDAY STUDENTS!
GOLDEN TICKET WINNERS Morgan N. Aadit G. Alex R. Katelyn G. Gabriel G. Meghan B. Brendan W. Ellie O. Ellie L. Tyler S. Sophia C. Adam K. Kate W. Ian G. Sienna D. Mark H. Avril M. Adilene I. Art P. Yajaira A. Ella D. Duncan J. Ella G. Marvin A. Alyssa B. Cooper B. Sam C. Annika H. Colin K. Erin M. Ruqaiya P. Jenna M. Aidan S.
Charlie M. Veronica M. Abby F. Blake D. Ruthie B. Danny P. Joey S. Logan S. Allison S. Tony A. Christian M. Lain C. Adeline E. Danny R. Bridget R. Peyton G. Ava W. Grace R. Annie R. Levi S. Martin T. Libby B. Michael U. Colby S. Tyler H. Vivek M. Caroline K. Ramaya S.
Cameron R. Jaeger B. Ella B. Trey K. Claire D. Rahquan D. Luke E. Xander S. Trinity B. Gabriella R. Tyler W. Matthew J. Christian B. Sami M. Calvin F. Leo P. Jackson K.
Mrs. Bella’s Class Mrs. Cunningham’s AM Class Mrs. Cunningham’s PM Class Mrs. Hyams’ Class Mrs. Lambie’s Class Mrs. Lett’s Class Mrs. Mankowski’s Class Mrs. Miller’s Class Mrs. Monaghan ‘s Class
FREE CHICAGO WOLVES HOCKEY TICKET FOR STUDENTS!!!!!!! The Chicago Wolves Hockey Team has donated to Woodview 214 FREE tickets for selected games (see dates below). If you would like a ticket, please contact the school office to receive a certificate. Tickets will still have to be ordered by mail, fax, phone or online. There will be only 1 certificate per family allowed on a first come first serve basis. Don't wait or the tickets might be gone!!!!
March 24th at 7:00 p.m. March 25th at 3:00 p.m. April 14th at 7:00 p.m. April 15th at 4:00 p.m.
Our 2011-2012 Market Day grocery fundraising program is underway! Watch for a new flyer to come home soon!
Clip & save Tyson Project A+ labels. Turn in the labels to school. Your school redeems them for cash. Each label is worth $.26.
Here is another way to earn money for Woodview. Simply clip the Box Tops from your favorite General Mills products and send them to school with your child!
Chef Tony says, “Brrrr, soups and other hot meals from Market Day are sure to warm you through and through this winter. Check out the new flyer!”
Did you know that Woodview collects Campbell’s soup labels? The labels are worth points and must have the UPC code in order to be used. The points can be redeemed for books, gym equipment, and other items for our school. Each teacher has a box in the classroom to collect labels and box tops!