Believe and You Will Succeed
Mc Graw Hill Wonders: www.connected.mcgraw-hill.com
Students (K-5) can login and access their McGraw Hill Wonders textbooks and online resources. This is for students that have a Username and Password assigned by their teacher.
The Lexile Framework: Finding the right book for your reading level:
Storyline Online: Popular books read by Celebrities
The Chicago Public Library:
This year our students had an opportunity to participate in several reading programs including Fall Into Reading, Pizza Hut’s Book it and Great America’s Read to Succeed. Thank you to all who participated and helped to make all of these reading programs a huge success.
Students who participated in the Great America Read to Succeed program will receive their Great America ticket by May 17th!
The last meeting for the 7th and 8th grade book clubs will be May 17th.
The school year may be coming to an end, but reading definitely is not!!
Reading does not stop just because the school year does! Please sign your children up at the Chicago Public Library for their Summer Reading Program. Each year, the public library offers an amazing program that rewards children with books and prizes, just for reading. This year’s theme is “Become a Superhero This Summer: Stop the Evil Dr. Brain Drain!” So hurry to the public library to sign up and start reading!!
If you are looking for books for your child to read this summer, please click on the attachment to find grade appropriate books.
Go MATH RESOURCES
Students (K-5) can login and access their Go Math! textbook and online resources. This is for students that have a Username and Password assigned by their teacher.
The following links are for the GO MATH! student editions grades K-5. A username and password is not needed to view the textbook. This is NOT interactive.
Go Math! 6th Grade Student Edition
Student must have Username and Password provided by teacher to Log In
Kahn Academy is a great resource for any subject. Simply type the skill you would like to know more about and start learning. You can watch short videos explaining and/or modeling a skill and complete practice problems. You do not need to sign in. Just use the search bar to find what you are looking for.
This website is for 1st through 5th grade students. It will help you if you are having trouble in math. Find the specific skill you need extra help with and click “GO”.
Information for New Families 2017-2018
School begins on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. It will be a full day so please bring your supplies and lunch if you prefer that to a school lunch. All students are eligible to receive a free breakfast and lunch at school. Each family will be asked to complete a Family Income form which is used for accounting purposes by the Board of Education and the state.
|School Hours and entry doors|
All students enter through Door #3
Hours: 8:30 – 3:15
Students may enter through Door # 3 or Door #7
Students wishing to eat breakfast should arrive at 8:30a.m.
All other students should be in the building before 8:40 a.m.
|School dismissal locations||Door#|
|Preschool/Kindergarten||South door of East building – 52nd and Lotus||3|
|Grades 1 & 2||Northwest doors on Linder near auditorium||9|
|Grade 3||Northwest doors on Linder near auditorium||10|
|Grade 4||Center door of East building near playground||5|
|Grade 5 & 6||West door of East building near playground||4|
|Grade 7 & 8||Southwest door on Linder near gym||7|
|Kindergarten dismissal time is 3:15||
Grades 1-8 dismissal time is 3:30
After 8:40 a.m. all doors are locked so tardy students must enter the building through the main door on Lotus, Door #1, and stop in the office for a tardy slip before reporting to their classroom. For school safety, all visitors must stop in the office for a pass before proceeding to any area of the school at any time.
School uniform must be worn daily/Gym uniform worn on scheduled days listed below: