We loved seeing students make their mark to celebrate International Dot Day on Wednesday. If you haven’t had a chance to look at some of the amazing creations, please check out our Dooley Dot Day Padlet!
You won’t want to miss this week’s class spotlight. Ms. Frieders’ 5th and 6th graders made a movie to share what they love about school so far. It is sure to make you smile. Room 116 Highlight
Are you looking to show your Dooley pride? Be sure to check out the Spirit Wear items below. Online orders are due today!
In-person or virtual, you can still let your Dooley spirit shine! Use the link below to view the spirit wear selections, including Magnificent Moments, and order online.
All orders are due by Friday, September 18th!
Spirit wear will be shipped to Dooley and you will be contacted with a date and time to pick up your items. Contact Jacqi at [email protected] with any questions
Spirit wear Store: https://www.storessimple.com/crpromotions/groups.php
Use access code: DOOLEY2020 (all CAPS, no spaces)
ALL DOOLEY families can be listed in the directory by completing this form.
Information must be submitted by Wednesday, September 16th!
The directory will be given only to parents in our school and will not be released to the general public. この名簿は本校保護者にのみ配布され、それ以外の公の場で使用されることはありません。
Dooley Directory Form: https://forms.gle/aA6Vj55VysHECVng6
For more information about Dooley PTA or to become involved, contact Stacey Bowden, president at [email protected]
Typically, our PTA posts the annual audit outside of the school; however due to the current Pandemic we felt it would be easily accessible electronically. PTA Audit.pdf
The year 2020 has proven to be quite an unpredictable year for all of us. For the past 16 years, the District 54 Run to Read has been a race dedicated to promoting health and wellness for all ages. With that in mind, our 17th annual Run to Read is going virtual. Run or walk anytime from Sept. 25-27 and make sure to share your photos with us by using the hashtag #54Run2Read.
All money raised this year will be donated to the D54 Foundation Crisis Fund, to provide food and other necessary supplies to District 54 families who are struggling financially during this pandemic.
As in years past, you can choose from a variety of distances. Pick the distance that works for you and map out a route near your home. If walking is more your style, pick a distance and walk it instead.
Every registrant will receive a Tshirt and a medal. To receive the Tshirt before the event, please make sure to register by Sept. 8, 2020. Any orders received after Sept. 8 will be delivered to participants as soon as possible. Tshirts and medals will be shipped to your home.
For more information and to register, visit www.sd54.org/runtoread
Our Technology Department has been working to support students and staff as we all learn and work remotely. We understand that some families are experiencing slow speeds or problems with their providers, and we ask you to report that directly to your provider.
People experiencing problems with District 54 technology (Chromebooks and iPads for students) should email [email protected] so that we can troubleshoot the problem via phone or email. If the problem cannot be resolved, we have a technology drop-off program. To schedule an appointment to drop off a broken laptop, iPad or other device, you must first email [email protected]. Please do not stop by without an appointment. By making an appointment, we can abide by the rules of social distancing and ensure we have a replacement device ready for you when you arrive.
If you still have books that were not returned at the end of last year, please drop them off at Dooley at your earliest convenience.
Kindergarten and 6th grade parents, please remember to submit new physical exam and immunization records to the school no later than October 15th. Parents can email these documents to Mrs. Johnson, [email protected], mail them to the school, or drop them off at the office by scheduling a time 847-357-6250. Nurse News 9.18.20.pdf
Join Alex Goreham, Clinical Supervisor and Therapist from Stenzel Clinical Services, as he navigates through the obstacles that childhood anxiety presents and how to be there for your children. During his presentation you will learn more about resilience and anxiety, understand what your kids need from you, learn practical ways to respond to anxiety and have your questions answered. This virtual class will be hosted on Zoom at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 24, 2020. Click here to register: Family Togetherness Zoom Registration
September 25-27: Virtual Run to Read
October 8 – 9: Virtual Fall Conferences…scheduling information, soon!
October 8: Student half-day, remote learning in the morning only
October 9: Student non-attendance day
October 12: Student non-attendance day