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Campanelli Elementary

  • School Information

    Campanelli Elementary School
    310 S. Springinsguth Road
    Schaumburg, Ill. 60193

    Principal: Dr. Amy Christie
    Assistant Principal: Colleen Conway

    Phone: (847) 357-5333
    Fax: (847) 357-5334
    Attendance: (847) 357-5335

  • Calendar

    February 19, 2020
    • 6th & 8th Grade Band Concert for Mead lessons

      February 19, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
      Mead Jr High

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    February 21, 2020
    • PTA Family Dance Night

      February 21, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
      Campanelli Gym

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    February 26, 2020
    • 5th & 7th Grade Band Concert for Mead lessons

      February 26, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
      Mead Jr High

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    February 28, 2020
    March 3, 2020
    March 9, 2020
    • PTA Meeting

      March 9, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
      Campanelli Teacher Lounge

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    March 11, 2020
    March 17, 2020
  • Latest News

    Important Dates

    Monday, February 17th – NO SCHOOL – President’s Day Tuesday, February 18th – PTA Pizza Tuesday Wednesday, February 19th – 6th and 8th Grade Band Concert, 7:00 pm at Mead Jr. High Friday, February 21st – PTA Hot Lunch – Panda Express and PTA Family Dance, 6:30 pm Campi Gym...

    From the School Nurse

    Causes for sore throats include viruses, bacteria and allergens. Viruses are the most frequent cause. Strep throat is a bacterial infection caused by A Streptococcus bacteria.  Symptoms Sore throat Fever that begins suddenly Red throat, sometimes with white patches Tender, swollen glands in neck Vomiting Diagnosis Throat culture performed by medical professional Rapid strep test […]...

    2019-20 Kindergarten Registration

    If you missed registering your soon to be Kindergartener on Wednesday, February 6th, you can come to the school office between 9:30-11:00am M-F.  Please go online to http://sd54.org/registration to begin your registration.  Bring your printed confirmation along with the original birth certificate and your proofs of residency as soon as possible.  If you have any […]...

    From the School Nurse: Smile Illinois-Mobile Dentist

    Once again we are pleased to have Smile Illinois-Mobile Dentists return to Campanelli Elementary School.  The dental team will be coming on March 31st and will provide exams, teeth cleaning, fluoride treatment, and sealants.  The application for you to complete and return to the Health Office by February 11th, 2020 will be sent home with […]...

    Student Led Conferences

    We are looking forward to connecting with families at our second round of student-led conferences on Thursday, February 13 and Friday, February 14.  Since our conferences are student-led, we ask that students attend so they can share with parents their progress in academic and social emotional areas, as well as goals they have set for […]...

  • Important Dates

    Monday, February 17th – NO SCHOOL – President’s Day

    Tuesday, February 18th – PTA Pizza Tuesday

    Wednesday, February 19th – 6th and 8th Grade Band Concert, 7:00 pm at Mead Jr. High

    Friday, February 21st – PTA Hot Lunch – Panda Express and PTA Family Dance, 6:30 pm Campi Gym

    From the School Nurse

    Causes for sore throats include viruses, bacteria and allergens. Viruses are the most frequent cause. Strep throat is a bacterial infection caused by A Streptococcus bacteria.

    •  Symptoms
      • Sore throat
      • Fever that begins suddenly
      • Red throat, sometimes with white patches
      • Tender, swollen glands in neck
      • Vomiting
    • Diagnosis
      • Throat culture performed by medical professional
      • Rapid strep test is quicker but is not as reliable
    • Transmission
      • Spread by person-to-person contact
      • Spread indirectly through articles soiled with nasal secretions or saliva
      • Symptoms begin 1-3 days after exposure to illness
    • Treatment
      • Antibiotics are prescribed and taken as directed by physician
      • Student should remain home from school for 24-48 hours after starting the antibiotics
      • Student should remain home until they are fever free for 24 hours (without fever reducing medication)
      • Follow the course of treatment to prevent complications such as rheumatic fever

    If your child develops symptoms similar to those of strep infection, please contact your physician. Inform the school nurse of a confirmed case. Remember that good hand washing is the number one way to prevent the spread of communicable disease

    2019-20 Kindergarten Registration

    If you missed registering your soon to be Kindergartener on Wednesday, February 6th, you can come to the school office between 9:30-11:00am M-F.  Please go online to http://sd54.org/registration to begin your registration.  Bring your printed confirmation along with the original birth certificate and your proofs of residency as soon as possible.  If you have any question please contact us at 847-357-5333.

    From the School Nurse: Smile Illinois-Mobile Dentist

    Once again we are pleased to have Smile Illinois-Mobile Dentists return to Campanelli Elementary School.  The dental team will be coming on March 31st and will provide exams, teeth cleaning, fluoride treatment, and sealants.  The application for you to complete and return to the Health Office by February 11th, 2020 will be sent home with your child this week! Remember to sign the dental form before returning it to the nurse.

    Parents of Kindergarten, 2nd and 6th grade students: please note that by May 15th, 2020 you must show proof that your child has seen the dentist within the past 18 months (on or after November 15th, 2018).  This is a requirement for all children in the State of Illinois. If the Smile Illinois dentist examines your child, you have fulfilled this obligation.

    Please call Ms. Hood, Campanelli’s School Nurse at 847-357-5358 if you have any questions.

    Student Led Conferences

    We are looking forward to connecting with families at our second round of student-led conferences on Thursday, February 13 and Friday, February 14.  Since our conferences are student-led, we ask that students attend so they can share with parents their progress in academic and social emotional areas, as well as goals they have set for the remainder of the 2020 school year.  Teachers will also be sharing their insights and establishing areas of focus to bridge home and school support. 

    Please remember that our school day schedule is adjusted to accommodate these conferences. Thursday, February 13 will be a half-day of school with a dismissal time of 11:40.  Also, there is no school on Friday, February 14.

    PTA Yearbook Orders

    This week a paper order forms went home with all students.  Orders can also be made online by clicking here: YEARBOOK ORDERS.  If you already ordered and paid for your yearbook online, you do not need to send in this form.  This would duplicate your order. But if you haven’t ordered one yet, the order can be done with the paper form or you can go online and pay for it.  The deadline for all yearbook orders and payment is March 20, 2020.

    District 54 Severe Weather Response Plan

    In order to help parents better prepare for the severe cold weather and snow we often get during winters in our community, I wanted to share with you the District 54 Severe Cold Weather Response Plan. Though District 54 makes every effort to keep our schools open and operational, circumstances beyond our control oftentimes dictate school closings

    Winter is here… Even if it doesn’t always seem like it!

    Is your child dressed for the weather?  Sometimes kids like to scoot out of the door in the morning without gloves, hats and boots.  With snowy and cold weather so quickly upon us, make sure your child has a warm coat, gloves and hat on them when they leave for school.  All students go out for recess when the temperature is above zero degrees with the wind chill.  Snow pants and boots are needed if your child wants to play in the snow.  Otherwise, students remain on the blacktop that is cleared of snow.  When the wind chill index reaches below zero degrees or when precipitation causes outdoor activities to be extremely uncomfortable, recess is held indoors.  So remember to help your child dress for the cold, winter weather.

    Nurse’s Notes: Is My Child Too Sick To Go To School?

    A common dilemma that parents face is “when should I keep my child home from school?” It’s not easy as parents more and more today are juggling the responsibilities of family and work. Here are some guidelines to follow.

    Know the difference between a cold and the flu:

    • Flu is a serious illness and symptoms include fever, chills, cough, sore throat, headache, or muscle aches. With the flu, symptoms come on very quickly. It is advised to contact the doctor if these symptoms are present.
    • Symptoms of a common cold include stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat, and hacking cough. Often, cold symptoms come on gradually. Although the common cold is usually not serious, if symptoms are severe, it is a good idea to keep your child home to rest, rather than spread the cold to other children at school.

    Keep your child home from school if:

    • He has a fever. This means a temperature 100 degrees or higher.
    • She has vomited. Keep your child home until they are symptom free for 24 hours and able to tolerate solid foods
    • He has diarrhea. Encourage good hand washing to prevent the spread to other family members. Keep your child home until they are symptom free for 24 hours and able to tolerate solid foods.
    • She is coughing frequently or having any sort of breathing trouble.
    • He has a rash that is spreading. Check with your child’s doctor to see if it is contagious before sending your child back to school.

    IMPORTANT:

    In order to help prevent the spread of the disease in school, students with a fever equal to or greater than 100 degrees cannot return to school until they are fever free for 24 hours without the use of medications to reduce fever, such as acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen.

    GOOD HAND WASHING IS THE NUMBER ONE PREVENTION.

    PTA News: Holiday Shop Volunteer Thank You

    We are so thankful for our Campanelli PTA and volunteers who helped out at our Holiday Shop last week. Every student had an opportunity to choose something for his/her loved ones due to the generosity of our parent community. Our gratitude goes beyond words or expression.