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Deck the Halls Spirit Day: Dress up in your holiday best!
December 19, 2018
Let it Snow Spirit Day: Dress in white/silver!
December 20, 2018
No School - Winter Vacation
December 24, 2018-January 4, 2019 @
January 7, 2019
PTA Hot Lunch - Popeyes
January 11, 2019
PTA Pizza Tuesday
January 15, 2019
PTA Hot Lunch - Jimmy Johns
January 18, 2019
Monday, December17th – Spirit Day- Wear your cozy sweater or cuddle up in you scarf and 4th grade Music Program- Campanelli gym at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 18th – Spirit Day- Wear red and white, PTA Pizza Tuesday, and 5th & 6th grade Mead Band Concert- Mead Jr High at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 19th – Spirit […]...
Our Lost and Found box is overflowing. Please stop by the school this week if your child has misplaced his/her coat, snow pants, boots, books, waterbottles, hats, gloves, sweaters, etc....
Just a reminder that the parent survey will be available online through Feb. 15, 2019, at https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois....
Friday, December 7th – Spirit Day- Wear your grade level color and PTA Hot Lunch (Panda Express) – K/1 – red, 2nd – orange, 3rd – yellow, 4th – green, 5th – blue, 6th – purple/violet Tuesday, December 11th – PTA Pizza Tuesday Wednesday, December 12th – 6th grade parent night at their junior high schools 6:00 p.m. and CI 6th grade […]...
Friday, November 30th – PTA Hot Lunch (Chick-fil-A)
Tuesday, December 4th – PTA Pizza Tuesday
Thursday, December 6th – PTA Holiday Shop in gym at 8:45am – 2:15pm
Friday, December 7th – Spirit Day- Help Us Form a Campi Rainbow and PTA Hot Lunch (Panda Express)
Spirit Day Colors:
K/1 – red
2 – orange
3 – yellow
4 – green
5 – blue
6 – violet/purple
All 1st-6th grade students have started testing this week. As a reminder, each student takes one math test and one reading test during the MAP testing window. Thank you for helping your child come to school ready to take these tests; well rested, well nourished, and feeling confident about reaching the goals set this fall.
District 54 is once again excited to host our annual Multicultural Event in collaboration with the Schaumburg Park District. Our event will be held on Saturday, March 16, 2019 at the Community Recreation Center (CRC) in Schaumburg. During the event, student groups have the opportunity to give performances that reflect various cultures.
If you are interested in performing, please complete and submit the online Performance Interest Form no later than Monday, December 17. More information can be found on the Performance Information Flyer.
There will be an informational meeting on Thursday, December 6 at 3:30 p.m. at the Professional Learning Center, 524 E. Schaumburg Road. During this meeting, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the performances, as well as how you might be able to help with the event.
If you have questions about the Performance Interest Form or the informational meeting, please contact Nancy Hellstrom at (847) 357-5068 or Nicole Lumpp at (847) 357-5072.
Parents/guardians will be able to view report cards online this semester on Nov. 21. I want to ensure that all of our parents have access to this early viewing of the report card, so I highly encourage you to sign up for the District 54 Infinite Campus Parent/Student Portal. The portal is a website and app where parents and guardians can view their children’s grades, assignments, immunizations, test scores, demographic information and report cards. If you have not previously logged on to the portal, contact our front office for instructions on how to obtain a secure Campus Portal Activation Key.
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.
We are entering the winter season! Please encourage your child to wear the proper outerwear for the change in weather. We want them to enjoy recess with their friends, stay comfortable in the chilly/wet weather and remain safe outside.
Prior to the beginning of this school year, the Campanelli staff shared a shorter version of the Orange Frog parable based on the foundations of the Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor. At the beginning of this school year, Campanelli families received a copy of The Orange Frog Family Reading Guide. This year we are bringing The Happiness Advantage to life at Campanelli School by focusing on the different happiness habits. You can refer to page 77 in your Orange Frog Family Reading Guide to learn more about all of the Happiness Tactics & Habits. Our staff is working closely with students in each grade level to connect our Social Emotional Learning standards and the principles of positive psychology as outlined in the Happiness Advantage.
In November we will be focusing on practicing gratitude and mindfulness with meditation. Our Happiness Committee is dedicated to ensuring a home-school connection with this work. For example, look for a calendar coming home to discuss with your child these important learning opportunities.
Did you know that our PAWSativity Club is in full swing? Ask your child if the students have spread some happiness to their classrooms yet. The power of positive psychology, mindfulness and gratitude couldn’t be more relevant and interconnected in our daily lives. We thank you for your support.
The Illinois State Board of Education annually releases school report cards that show how each school, each district and the state is performing on a wide range of educational goals. The 2018 report card information is expected to be posted on Wednesday, Oct. 31, on the state’s website at www.illinoisreportcard.com. District 54 will also make it available on our website at http://sd54.org/schoolreportcards.
The illinoisreportcard.com website contains results from the PARCC assessment, as well as information about student and teacher demographics, enrollment, district-level financial information. The report card also includes results from the 5Essentials survey, which was given to students in grades 4 through 8, certified staff and parents last year.
If you do not have access to the Internet or prefer to receive a hard copy, you may call the school at 847.357.5333. If you want copies of the report cards from more than one of District 54’s schools, please call the District 54 Community Relations Department at (847) 357-5027
The Windy City Bulls will host a District 54 takeover night on Friday, December 14 at the Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates, and a portion of the proceeds from each ticket purchased will be donated back to the District 54 Education Foundation. Click here for more information or to purchase tickets!
The District 54 take-over night will feature District 54 students participating in performances and other on-court experiences before and throughout the game, and a District 54 Special Olympics basketball match at halftime. The Windy City Bulls will host an assembly at the school that sells the most tickets.
Our fall clubs for the 2018-19 school year have begun or will be starting soon. If you would like to see the clubs that are available throughout the school year, they are located on the Clubs page of our website or at his link. Invitations are sent home with the students throughout the year.