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Main Office Hours:
7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Attendance Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:25 a.m. -3:25 p.m.

(7:30 a.m. - 8:18 a.m. B/O/C)

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Office Contacts

Pogue Reeder, Gina
Principal gpoguereeder@elmhurst205.org
Cunningham, Peter
Assistant Principal pcunningham@elmhurst205.org
Kragel, Mary
Lead Secretary mkragel@elmhurst205.org
Haugan, Marina
Assistant Secretary mhaugan@elmhurst205.org
Gallegos, Maria
Parent Liaison mgallegos@elmhurst205.org
Weppner, Katie
School Nurse cweppner@elmhurst205.org

Staff

Important Upcoming Dates

 

May 3 Incoming 6th Grade Student Tour
May 3 Spring Choir Concert 7:00 - 8:30 PM (Blue gym)
May 4 Student Late Arrival at 9:25 AM - NO Band/Orchestra/Choir
May 7 8th Grade Dance 7:00 - 9:00 PM 
May 11 Spring Band Concert 7:00 - 8:30 PM (Blue gym)
May 19 Bike Registration Day with the Elmhurst Police Department
May 20 Rain Date for the Bike Registration Day with the Elmhurst Police Department
May 20 Spring Orchestra Concert 7:00 - 8:30 PM (Blue gym)
May 26 8th Grade Promotion 8:00 PM at York High School
May 27 Last Day of School for 6th & 7th Grades

Blue & Gold - CHARGER NEWS

5/2/16

Elmhurst District 205 honored its mentors and volunteers for the 2015-16 school year on April 29, 2016. A total of 41 non-parent mentors and volunteers for the selfless dedication of their time and talents on the behalf of our students. They serve in elementary, middle and high school, as well as the Transition Center.

They were treated to a special lunch prepared by York High School Food and Restaurant Management students under the direction of their instructor, Wendy Albert, Division Chair for Technology & Applied Arts. Served at La Brigade, the high school’s authentic culinary lab and restaurant, the luncheon is a small token of appreciation for the hundreds of hours donated by community volunteers this school year.

As part of the recognition program, a total of 14 volunteers were honored with one, three, five, ten or 15-year service pins, which were awarded as follows:

  • One Year – John Osbolt (Churchville Mentor) and Stacy Wrasse (York Mentor)
  • Three Years – Patt Gutierrez (Sandburg Mentor), Paul Heinz (Bryan Mentor) and Jim Bursch (Sandburg Mentor)
  • Five Years – Lucy Bruzas (Jefferson Classroom), Chris and Debbie Khayat – Jackson Chess Club
  • Ten Years – Leslie Leader (York Mentor), Connie Nestler (York Mentor), Chuck Malefyt (Transition Center Mentor) and Karen Nishimura (York ELL Program)
  • Fifteen Years – Jack Island (Bryan Mentor) and Anna Locascio (York Mentor)

This group alone has given a total of 95 years of volunteer service to the children of District 205. (Here, Jack Island is honored for his 15 years of service as a mentor.)


The mentor program is coordinated by the District’s middle and high school social workers, with support from building administrators, under the auspices of the Communications Office, which also assists in placing school volunteers.

School social workers involved in the program include: Denise Gulotta (Bryan), Bill Denny (Churchville), Mel Phillips (Sandburg) and Teri Finley (York). Melea Smith is the Director of Communications and Public Relations for District 205; Debbie Hollstein serves as administrative assistant for the Communications Office.

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4/29/16

As we close out the month of April and enter our final month of school, it is amazing to look back on how much we have accomplished this year let alone this past week! During this past week, we survived rollerblading week in PE without a single injury (I may be jinxing ourselves because I am writing this on Thursday!)! We raised pet food for the Humane Society Drive through the Elmhurst Library. We held our Spring Book Fair. We welcomed our new 5th grade parents to Churchville on Tuesday night. We were served yummy food by teachers on McTeacher Night at McDonalds and we closed out the week an 80’s Neon Day and our Interim Report Card Day today.  On Friday, our 8th graders were fortunate to have a Holocaust survivor come speak to the entire class. The speakers name is Magda Brown and she is a survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp (among others).You can learn more about her athttp://magdabrown.com/. We were thrilled and honored to have her at Churchville.

 

We start May with Teacher Appreciation Week! We look forward to this week every year as we take the time to honor our special staff while having a very fun celebration every day. We hope our students take the time to honor their teachers by letting them know how much they mean to them.

 

Our Spring Choir Concert will be held on Tuesday, May 3rd beginning at 7:00pm. It will be wonderful night of music.

 

We will be Spring MAP testing our 6th and 7th graders on Thursday and Friday for Reading and Math for our final benchmark of the year. We will be testing during homeroom on our Chromebooks. Our 8th graders will be taking the newly mandated Illinois Science Assessment in lieu of MAP during the same time. Because it is only a 60 minute test, our 8th graders will use the rest of the time allotted for the MAP schedule to work on their multi-disciplinary Invention Convention research.

 

On Saturday night from 7:00 - 10:00 pm, the PTA will be hosting the 8th grade Dance at Churchville. The theme this year is “Catch the Wave to York”. Each year our parents amaze us with the transformation of our gym into a wonderland. I am sure this year will be no different. It is a magical night our students will always remember. We will have a great DJ, a photo booth, and, of course, refreshments. It is a great way to begin the promotion season.

 

We are excited to announce the return of Girls Academy on Friday, May 13th for our 7th and 8th grade girls! Last year we partnered with the Panhellenic Council of Elmhurst College through Kappa Kappa Gamma National Sorority and had a wonderful weekend retreat at the school focused on leadership skills and respect. While Elmhurst College was not approved for the full weekend retreat by their national organization this year because it rotates throughout the country, it was such a powerful experience they wanted to create a smaller experience for our girls. We are looking forward to a fantastic evening of girl empowerment on Friday, May 13th from 3:30 - 7:00 pm at Churchville.

 

Dinner will be provided. Permission slips were sent home on Thursday. Please return them by Friday, May 6th. If you have any questions, please contact me directly. We are very excited to continue our partnership with KKG and Elmhurst College.



Please remember Wednesday is our final Student Late Arrival Day.


 

Have a wonderful weekend!


Respectfully,


Gina Pogue Reeder, Principal

 

 

 

Churchville Events 5/01/16 – 5/07/16


 

5/01/16:
EAM District 205 Exhibition @ The Elmhurst Art Museum & Wilder Park 11:00 AM-5:00 PM


 

5/02/16:
Teacher Appreciation Week – Continental Breakfast
Academic Study Hall 3:30-4:20
Athletic Study Hall 3:30-4:20
Computer Lab - *must have a note* 3:30-4:20
Industrial Tech 3:30-4:20
Girls Soccer Intramurals 3:30-4:20
GTO – Gold Group 3:30-4:20
Jazz Band 3:30-4:20
Student Council3:30-4:20
7th & 8th Grade Boys Soccer Intramurals 3:30-4:20
Track Practice 4:30-5:30


 

5/03/16:
Teacher Appreciation Week – Flowers
Incoming 6th Grade Emerson School Visit 9:30-10:30
Incoming 6th Grade Conrad Fischer School Visit 1:30-2:30
Academic Study Hall 3:30-4:20
Athletic Study Hall 3:30-4:20
Computer Lab - *must have a note* 3:30-4:20
Girls Dance Intramurals 3:30-4:20
Intermediate Band & Orchestra Rehearsals 3:30-4:30
Math Tutor Tables-*By Invitation Only* 3:30-4:20
6th Grade Boys Soccer Intramurals 3:30-4:20
7th & 8th Grade Art Club 3:30-4:20
Track Practice 4:30-5:30
Choir Spring Concert starts @ 7:00PM


 

5/04/16:
Late Start – Homeroom Starts @ 9:30 AM
Teacher Appreciation Week – Cookie Walk
Academic Study Hall 3:30-4:20
Computer Lab - *must have a note* 3:30-4:20
Girls Soccer Intramurals 3:30-4:20
Math Tutor Tables - * By Invitation Only* 3:30-4:20
TED ED Club 3:30-4:20
6th Grade Art Club 3:30-4:20
Track Meet @ Willowbrook H.S. vs. Jackson, Jefferson & Sandburg 4:00-6:00


 

5/05/16:
Teacher Appreciation Week – Thanks a Million!
Academic Study Hall 3:30-4:20
Athletic Study Halls 3:30-4:20
Computer Lab - *must have a note* 3:30-4:20
Girls Dance Intramurals 3:30-4:20
Math Tutor Tables - * By Invitation Only* 3:30-4:20
PREP Band Stage Rehearsal 3:30-4:30
Yearbook Club 3:30-4:20
6th Grade Boys Soccer Intramurals 3:30-4:20
Track Practice 4:30-5:30


 

5/06/16:
Teacher Appreciation Week - Luncheon
Track Practice 3:30-4:30
Jazz Band 3:30-4:20


 

5/07/16:
8th Grade Dance – PTA starts @ 7:00-10:00 PM

 

 

Churchville PTA News
 

  • 8th Grade Dance – Help needed!
  • Teacher Appreciation Week – May 2nd – 6th
  • Final PTA Meeting – May 9th
  • 2016-17 School Supplies – Order now!
  • Lego Donations for the Art Club
  • Prescription Drug Take Back- Saturday, April 30 10am-2pm
  • Churchville Charge – Aug 20th

 

 

8th Grade Dance – Help needed!
The 8th grade dance is only a week away but we are still in need of volunteers and donations. Any help you are able to provide to make this a fun evening for our kids will be greatly appreciated as they ‘Catch the Wave to York’. Please use the link below to sign up.

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f44acad2da02-8thgrade/

Questions? Contact Kelly Howze at khowze001@gmail.com


 

Teacher Appreciation Week
To celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Week, May 2-May 6, the PTA will be hosting the events listed below. We will need plenty of volunteers and donations to make it a great week for our much deserving teachers! Click here to access the Volunteer Spot webpage to sign up. Cash donations are also appreciated and will be used to offset luncheon costs. Please drop at the school office in envelope marked PTA Teacher Appreciation. Thank you in advance for your help!!!!

 

 

Mon 5/2: “Muffin to do but to appreciate you!” Continental Breakfast
Tues 5/3: “Thanks for helping us bloom” – Flowers created by the art club delivered to each classroom
Wed 5/4: “Thanks to you, I’m one Smart Cookie” – Cookie walk – similar to cookie exchange but the PTA and students provide favorite cookies
Thurs 5/5:  “We won the lottery with you at our School – Thanks a Million!” Will Churchville have a lucky winner???
Fri 5/6: Teacher Appreciation Luncheon and Final Thank You!

 

If you have any questions, please contact Margaret Rask (m.rask@live.com) or Meg Snyder (msnyder329@gmail.com).


 

Save the Date: Final PTA meeting, May 9th
Plan to attend the final Churchville PTA meeting of the school year on Monday May 9th at 7 p.m. in the media:scape. You’ll have a chance to thank the outgoing PTA leadership team and welcome the new PTA board members for the 2016-2017 school year. Please note the change from Tuesday’s normal meeting time to Monday this month.


 

2016-2017 School Supply Boxes - Order Now!
1st Day School Supplies has partnered with Churchville Middle School to deliver the exact supplies needed for the 2016-2017 school year. Orders can be placed online using the link below.  There is no paper orders accepted. Everything is done online. You can buy your supplies now and forget about it, you’re all set for next year!  Supply boxes will not be available after the campaign has ended.  Visit www.1stdayschoolsupplies.com and you are just a few clicks away from getting everything you need for next year! It is super easy … Click, pay, done! Your child’s kit ships right to the school and is filled with the high quality, name brand products you trust!  Plus, you will find the prices affordable!  They also offer Under Armour backpacks, lunch boxes, and water bottles. Orders can be picked up at Locker Day or alternate arrangements can be made. Shipping is free because all of the kits are delivered to the school for distribution.  More details on Locker Day to come.


 

Lego Donations for the Art Club
The Art Club will be making stop motion animation videos and needs your help!  They would like to venture into a genre of animation called Brick Flicks. Students will construct sets and storylines using LEGO bricks. We would love to accept any and all LEGO donations--bricks, mini figures, pieces from a set, etc. We will store the bricks and reuse the LEGOs for future club projects to avoid the cost of disposable materials.  If you have any legos laying around that you would like to donate, please drop them at the school and mark them for “Art Club”. Thank you!


Prescription Drug Take Back- Saturday, April 30 10am-2pm
The Elmhurst Police Department is hosting a prescription drug take back program in the parking lot of the police station. Please rid your home of expired, unused or unneeded prescription medications for safe destruction. Our nation is experiencing a tragic epidemic of pain killer abuse. Be part of the solution in an effort to keep our kids safe. For more information go to ncapda.org orupandaway.org


Save the Date! The 4th Annual Churchville Charge is August 20, 2016!
Registration opens May 1 for Churchville Middle School’s main “fun”draising event of the year! “The Charge” features teams of four adults racing around Elmhurst City Centre solving clues and performing tasks at local businesses, a la The Amazing Race. This event is a great way to get to know current and future Churchville families and staff while raising funds for Churchville’s PTA programs throughout the year.

So be sure to put August 20, 2016 on your calendar and get your team ready to CHARGE! And look for the registration link in next week’s school communications (registration is open May 1 through June 15, 2016.

 


 

 

 

Estamos por cerrar el mes de abril y entrar en nuestro último mes de escuela, es asombroso mirar atrás sobre lo mucho que hemos logrado este año; ¡y no digamos de la semana pasada! ¡En esta última semana, sobrevivimos la semana de Patinaje en PE sin una sola lesión! Hemos colectado comida para mascotas para la Sociedad Humanitaria junto con la unidad de la biblioteca de Elmhurst. Tuvimos nuestra Feria del Libro de Primavera. Dimos la bienvenida a Churchville a nuestros nuevos padres de 5to grado en la noche del martes. Estuvimos sirviendo junto con nuestros maestros comida deliciosa en la Noche de McTeacher en McDonalds y cerramos la semana con un Día de vestir colores Neón de los 80's y el día de hoy con el Reporte de Calificaciones de la mitad de este Trimestre. El viernes, nuestro octavo año fueron afortunados de tener a un sobreviviente del Holocausto quien vino a hablar a toda la clase como una culminante. Su nombre es Magda Brown y ella es una sobreviviente del campo de concentración de Auschwitz (entre otros).Usted puede aprender más sobre ella en http://magdabrown.com/. Estuvimos muy emocionados y honrados de tenerla en Churchville.

 

 

¡Comenzaremos mayo con la Semana de Apreciación a los Maestros! Esperamos que esta semana como cada año nos tomamos el tiempo para honrar a nuestro personal especial, mientras estemos teniendo una divertida celebración cada día. Esperamos que nuestros estudiantes toman el tiempo para honrar a sus maestros haciéndoles saber cuánto significan para ellos.

 

 

El martes, tendremos el Concierto de Primavera de Nuestro Coro, comenzando a las 7:00pm. Será maravillosa noche de música.

 

 

Tendremos las Pruebas de MAP de primavera de Lectura y Matemáticas para 6to y 7mo grado los días jueves y viernes para nuestra última referencia del año. Realizaremos las pruebas durante la hora de salón principal con las Chromebooks. Nuestros estudiantes de 8vo grado estará tomando las recién creadas de Pruebas Científicas de Illinois en lugar de MAP durante el mismo tiempo. Porque es sólo una prueba de 60 minutos, nuestros estudiantes de 8vo grado utilizará el resto del tiempo asignado para MAP para trabajar en su invento multi-disciplinario de Convención Investigación/Invention Convention.

 

 

En la noche del sábado a partir de las 7:00 - 10:00 pm, a PTA estará patrocinando el Baile del 8vo Grado aquí en Churchville. El tema de este año es "Pescando la Ola de York". Cada año, nuestros padres nos sorprenden con la transformación de nuestro gimnasio con si fuera el país de las maravillas. Estoy segura de que este año no será diferente. Es una noche mágica para nuestros estudiantes, que siempre la recordarán. Tendremos un gran DJ, un photo booth y por supuesto aperitivos y refrescos. Esta es una gran manera de comenzar la temporada de promoción.

 

 

¡Estamos encantados de anunciar el regreso de Girls Academy/ Academia para Niñas para el viernes, 13 de mayo para nuestras chicas de 7mo y 8vo grado! El año pasado nos asociamos con el Consejo Pan-Hellenic del Colegio de Elmhurst a través de Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority Nacional y tuvimos un maravilloso retiro de fin de semana en la escuela, el cual se centró en las habilidades de liderazgo de las chicas. Mientras que Colegio de Elmhurst no obtuvo la aprobación de la organización nacional para tener el retiro para todo el de fin de semana en este año porque este retiro se rota a través de toda la nación, el año pasado fue una poderosa experiencia para nuestras chicas que decidieron recrear esta experiencia en una actividad más pequeña para nuestras chicas. Estaremos esperando por esta fantástica tarde de potenciación para nuestras chicas, para este viernes 13 de mayo de 3:30 - 7:00 pm en Churchville. La cena será proporcionada. La forma para el permiso fue enviada a casa el jueves. Por favor, envié de regreso su forma de permiso a más tardar el viernes 6 de mayo. Si usted tiene cualquier pregunta, por favor póngase en contacto conmigo directamente. Estamos muy emocionados de continuar nuestra asociación con KKG y Colegio de Elmhurst.

 

 

Recuerde miércoles es nuestro último día de Entrada Tarde para los Estudiantes.

 

 

¡Que tengan un maravilloso fin de semana!


Respetuosamente,


Gina Pogue Reeder, La Directora

 


 

 

Eventos en Churchville del 5/01/16 - 5/07/16


 

5/01/16:
EAM Exposición del Distrito 205 @ Elmhurst Art Museum & Wilder Park 11:00 a 5:00

 

5/16/02:
Semana de Apreciación a los Maestros - Desayuno Continental
Salón de Estudio Académico 3:30-4:20
Salón de Estudio Atlético 3:30-4:20
Laboratorio de Computadora - *debe tener una nota* 3:30-4:20
Tecnología Industrial 3:30-4:20
Soccer Niñas 3:30-4:20
Club de GTO – Grupo Dorado 3:30-4:20
Jazz Band 3:30-4:20
Concilio de Estudiantes 3:30-4:20
Soccer Niños 7mo y 8vo Grado Los niños Soccer 3:30-4:20 
Práctica de Carrera Atletica4:30-5:30

 

5/03/16:
Semana de Apreciación de los Maestros - Flores
Visita de los nuevos estudiantes de 6to grado de Emerson 9:30-10:30
Visita de los nuevos estudiantes de 6to grado de Conrad Fischer 1:30-2:30
Salón de Estudio Académico 3:30-4:20
Salón de Estudio Atlético 3:30-4:20
Laboratorio de Computadora- *debe tener una nota* 3:30-4:20
Danzas y Ritmos Niñas Chicas 3:30-4:20
Ensayo de la Orquesta y la Banda Intermedia 3:30-4:30
Tutor de Matemáticas-*Sólo por invitación* 3:30-4:20
Soccer Niños 6to Grado 3:30-4:20
Club de Arte 7mo y 8vo Grado 3:30-4:20
Práctica de Carrera Atlética 4:30-5:30
Concierto de Primavera del Coro @ 7:00 PM

 

5/04/16:
Entrada Tarde Clases comienzan @ 9:30 AM 
Semana de Apreciación a Maestros- Día Compartir Galletas
Salón de Estudio Académico 3:30-4:20
Laboratorio de Computadora - *debe tener una nota* 3:30-4:20 
Soccer Niñas 3:30-4:20
Tutor de Matemáticas - * sólo por invitación* 3:30-4:20
TED ED Club 3:30-4:20
Club de Arte 6to grado 3:30-4:20
Encuentro de Carrera Atlética @ Willowbrook H.S. vs. Jackson, Jefferson y Sandburg 4:00-6:00

 

5/05/16:
Semana de Apreciación a los Maestros - ¡Un Millón de Gracias!
Salón de Estudio Académico 3:30-4:20
Salón de Estudio Atlético 3:30-4:20
Laboratorio de Computadora - *debe tener una nota* 3:30-4:20
Danzas y Ritmos Niñas Chicas 3:30-4:20
Tutor de Matemáticas - * sólo por invitación* 3:30-4:20
Ensayo en el Escenario para la PREP Banda 3:30-4:30
Club del Libro Anual 3:30-4:20
Soccer Niños 6to Grado 3:30-4:20
Práctica de Carrera Atlética 4:30-5:30

 

5/06/16:
Semana de Apreciación a los Maestros - Almuerzo
Práctica de Carrera Atletica3:30-4:30
Jazz Band 3:30-4:20

 

5/07/16:
Baile del 8vo Grado Danza - Comienza @ 7:00-10:00 pm

 


 

Churchville Noticias de PTA

  • Baile de 8vo Grado - ¡Ayuda Urgente!
  • Semana de Apreciación a los Maestros del 2 al 6 de mayo 
  • Última reunión de PTA - 9 de mayo
  • Útiles Escolares 2016-17 - ¡Orden ahora!
  • Lego donaciones para el Club de Arte
  • Colecta de medicamentos recetados - Sábado 30 de abril de 10:00 a 14:00
  • Churchville Charge - El 20 de agosto

 

 

Baile del 8vo Grado - ¡Ayuda urgente!
El Baile del 8vo Grado será en tan solo una semana pero nosotros todavía estamos en necesidad de voluntarios y donaciones. Toda la ayuda que se preste a hacer de esto una noche divertida para nuestros hijos será muy apreciada. "Atrapando la Ola de York'. Utilice el siguiente enlace para registrarse.
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f44acad2da02-8thgrade/

¿Preguntas? Contactar a Kelly Howze en khowze001@gmail.com

 

 

Guardar la fecha: última reunión de PTA el 9 de mayo
Planee para asistir a la reunión final de este año escolar de PTA de Churchville el lunes 9 de mayo a las 7 p.m. en la media: scape. Usted tendrá la oportunidad de dar las gracias al equipo de liderazgo de la PTA saliente y dar la bienvenida a los nuevos miembros de la junta para el año escolar 2016-2017. Por favor, tenga en cuenta el cambio de día para esta reunión, en vez del martes será el lunes en este mes.

 

 

Semana de Apreciación a los Maestros
Para celebrar la Semana de Apreciación Nacional de los Maestros, del 2 al 6 de mayo, la PTA será la anfitriona de los eventos listados a continuación. ¡Necesitaremos un montón de voluntarios y donaciones para hacer una gran semana para nuestros maestros que merecen mucho! Haga clic aquí here para acceder a la lista voluntarios y se registre. Las donaciones en efectivo también se aprecian y se utilizará para compensar los costos del almuerzo. Por favor, envié su donación a la oficina de la escuela en un sobre marcado a nombre de la PTA-Apreciación de Maestros. ¡Gracias de antemano por su ayuda!!!!

 

Lunes 5/2: "¡muffins hechos más que para apreciarlos!" Desayuno Continental.
Martes 5/3: "Gracias por ayudarnos a Florecer" - Flores creadas por el Club de Arte serán entregada en cada aula.
Miércoles 5/4: "Gracias a ustedes, yo soy una Galleta Inteligente" - Cookie walk - similar al intercambio de galletas pero la PTA y estudiantes ofrecerán sus galletas favoritas.
Jueves 5/5: "Hemos ganado la lotería con usted en nuestra escuela” - ¡Un Millón de Gracias!" ¿Churchville tendrá ganadores afortunados???
Viernes 5/6: Finalización y Agradecimiento con un Almuerzo de

Apreciación para nuestros Maestros

 

 

Si usted tiene alguna pregunta, póngase en contacto con Margaret Rask en: m.rask@live.com o con Meg Snyder en:msnyder329@gmail.com.


 

1er Día Útiles Escolares/1st Day School Supplies 
¡Estoy tan emocionada de anunciar la nueva asociación con el 1er Día Suministros Escolares/1st Day School Supplies! Hemos colaborado con el 1st Day School Supplies para ayudar a padres y profesores a obtener los útiles escolares exactos necesarios para el próximo año escolar sin la molestia y el agravamiento de las compras en Wal-Mart, Target, Staples u otras tiendas. Personalmente he encontrado 1st Day School Supplies es más cómodo, fácil y sin problemas. ¡Además, los precios son competitivos! Así que si en este verano la temperatura llega a más de 100 grados y las líneas en la caja de las tiendas son una milla de largo no me preocupara... Porque yo ya he comprado los útiles escolares desde la comodidad de mi casa y mi hijo/a ya estará con todo listo para ir a la escuela nuevamente en agosto. Usted puede hacer su compra ahora mismo también. Las cajas serán entregadas a Churchville en agosto y estarán disponibles para ser recogidas el 11 de agosto. Se pueden hacer planes alternativos para que puedan recogerlos si es necesario. Empiece haciendo clic en el siguiente enlace: http://www.1stdayschoolsupplies.com/kits.php?sid=31462

Si usted tiene alguna pregunta, póngase en contacto con Margaret Rask (m.rask@live.com) o Meg Snyder (msnyder329@gmail.com).


 

Lego donaciones para el Club de Arte
¡El Club de Arte estará haciendo videos de animación en stop motion y necesita su ayuda! A ellos les gustaría aventurarse en un género de animación llamado “Brick Flicks”. Los estudiantes construirán sus historias, utilizando piezas de LEGO. Nos encantaría aceptar cualquier y todo tipo de donaciones de LEGOs, mini figuras, piezas de un juego, etc. almacenaremos los bloques de legos y los reutilizaremos para futuros proyectos del club y así evitar el costo de materiales desechables. Si usted tiene cualquier tipo de legos que le gustaría donar, por favor tráigalos a la escuela dirigidos para el "Club de Arte". ¡Gracias!


 

Colecta de medicamentos recetados vencidos- Sábado 30 de abril de 10:00 – 14:00
El Departamento de Policía de Elmhurst es anfitrión de un programa de devolución de medicamentos recetados en el aparcamiento de la estación de policía. Por favor, libere su hogar de medicamentos caducados o innecesarios o sin usar para que sean destruidos de manera segura. Nuestra nación está experimentando una trágica epidemia con el abuso de analgésicos. Ser parte de la solución en un esfuerzo para mantener a nuestros hijos seguros. Para obtener más información vaya a ncapda.org o upandaway.org


 

¡Guarde la Fecha! Para la 4ta Anual Carrera de Churchville Charge - 2 de agosto, 2016
¡Las registraciones para el evento de este año abrirán el 1 de mayo para esta principal recaudación de fondos/”fun” draising de la Secundaria Churchville! "The Charger" se compone por equipos de cuatro adultos los cuales participan en esta carrera maravillosa alrededor de la ciudad de Elmhurst resolviendo pistas y realizando tareas en los establecimientos locales. Este evento es una gran forma de conocer al actual personal, a las actuales y futuras familias de Churchville mientras se recaudan fondos para los programas que la PTA patrocina a través del año escolar en Churchville. ¡Así que asegúrese de guardar la fecha en su calendario, el 20 de agosto de, 2016! Y busque el enlace de registro en la próxima semana en las comunicaciones de la escuela (La inscripción está abierta del 1 de mayo y hasta el 15 de junio, 2016).

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4/27/16

Thank you to everyone who attended our 5th Grade Parent night on 4/26/16.  Please see the attached PowerPoint if you missed the presentation or would like to reference the information in the slides again.  The PowerPoint can also be found under "Charger News and Events" on the lower right side of the homepage.

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4/27/16

The last day of school was approved at the April 26 Board of Education meeting. Due to a mild winter, and no other weather-related incidents, the five emergency days, which are built into the school calendar, have not been used. Below are the student dismissal times. Also, you will find attached a day by day, end of the school year calendar. 
 

May 23

  • Freshman, Sophomore, Junior last day of school at the conclusion of exams.

May 26

  • Last day of attendance for early childhood and AM/PM kindergarten students.
  • Last day of attendance for 8th grade

May 27

  • Last day of school for grades 1-5.  Early dismissal at 11:15 a.m.
  • Last day of school for grades 6 and 7.  Early dismissal at 11:35 a.m.
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4/20/16

The Elmhurst Police Department will be offering free registration of bicycles for Elmhurst District 205 middle school students on three different dates over the next few weeks. Police officers will be present before school at each District 205 middle school to help students register their bicycles with the City of Elmhurst. They will also provide materials regarding Illinois Rules of the Road for Bicycles and other bicycle safety information. Officers will be on site at:
 

  • Churchville Middle School on Tuesday, April 26 – from 7:45 to 8:15 AM (with a rain date of April 27)
  • Bryan Middle School on Tuesday, May 3 – from 7:45 to 8:15 AM (with a rain date of May 4)
  • Sandburg Middle School on Wednesday, May 11 – from 7:30 to 9:00 AM (with a rain date of May 13)


Blank forms will be available for pick-up by students who do not ride to school that day, and registration forms are always available at the Elmhurst Police Department.

Every year about 1.5 million bicycles are stolen across the U.S.  The majority of these thefts occur when bicycles are left unlocked and unsecured; be it at local store’s bike rack or, left unattended in a residential yard.

Over the last 3 years, Elmhurst has averaged 32 bicycle thefts per year. And, while this number continues to decrease, your police department reminds you that the best way to prevent bicycle theft is to use locks or put bicycles away when not being used. As part of the registration event, bicycle locks will be given away as participation premiums to three lucky on-site registration participants, per school.

The Elmhurst Police Department would also like you to know that only 3 percent of the recovered bicycles, nationwide, are returned to their owner. The main reason is lack of information/proof of ownership. Bicycle registration helps the Elmhurst Police Department to return bicycles to their rightful owners.


Since implementing the middle school bicycle registration event, Elmhurst Police Department has been able to return bicycles that would otherwise go unclaimed. The EPD, in cooperation with District 205, would like to continue to make a major dent in the number of bicycle thefts reported per year with a strong education and registration campaign and that includes this 2016 event.

 

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3/22/16

The testing window for the spring 2016 administration of the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessment in District 205 will begin on Monday, April 4 and continue through Friday, May 6. These state-required achievement tests are being given to all eligible students. Students in grades 3 – 8 will be tested in reading and mathematics. At the high school level, the assessment is course based. York students enrolled in English 9 or English 9H will take the English assessment. Students enrolled in Algebra AB will take the math assessment. Your child’s school will share more specific information about when students are testing within this window.

Last year, the PARCC assessment was given during two separate testing windows. This year it has been consolidated into a single testing window and the total assessment time has been reduced by approximately 90 minutes. The assessment is still aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards and maintains its focus on critical thinking, concept mastery, and writing skills.

The Illinois State Board of Education expects to receive PARCC assessment scores more quickly than last year. We anticipate that we will be able to share score reports in the fall. The complete results of these state tests will be also reported on the School Report Card in the fall. We will review state tests results along with other information to help us improve our school program.

If you have any questions about the administration of the PARCC assessment, please contact your child’s principal.

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3/13/16

The Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205 Summer Instrumental Music Program offers an exciting opportunity for all current 4th -8th grade band and orchestra students to continue with instrumental music instruction in June and July. Regular practice during the summer months is critically important for band and orchestra students in order to reinforce the concepts and skills that they have learned and practiced during the school year. Moreover, learning and playing music is an activity that should be enjoyed year round!

 

  • The Summer Instrumental Music Program will run from June 6 through July 8. (No class on Monday, July 4)
  • NEW this year, incoming 9th grade band and orchestra students may also register and participate in the sessions at York High School.
  • The registration fee is $92.00. The registration fee includes a Summer Instrumental Program T shirt.
  • Sessions for current elementary students (incoming 5th and 6th graders) will be held Monday through Thursday mornings at Sandburg Middle School. Each session is one hour. The final performances for the elementary sessions will be on FRIDAY morning, July 8.
  • Sessions for current middle school students (incoming 7th, 8th, and 9th grade students) will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at York High School. The sessions at York also include an opportunity for students to participate in Jazz Band. See the attached program description for more details.

 

The District 205 Summer Instrumental Program is designed to accommodate students who go on vacation and/or participate in other summer activities. Students who can only attend part of the summer program are still strongly encouraged to register and attend whenever they can! Students who practice their instruments during the summer are much more likely to experience continued success in band and orchestra. We strongly encourage your son or daughter to participate as much as he/she is able!

 

Please see the attached summer instrumental music program description for more detailed course information, rehearsal times, and registration options. If you have questions, please contact me or your child’s band or orchestra director.

 

Registration for the Dist. 205 Summer Instrumental Music Program opened on March 7, 2016. You may register for the summer instrumental music program by using the Webstore (District) link on the District 205 website: www.elmhurst205.org. The deadline for registration is Friday, May 6, 2016.

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The mission of Churchville Middle School, as a partner with family and community, is to promote each student's intellectual growth while also cultivating social, emotional and physical development, to help individuals learn to make responsible choices, to foster respect for individuality and diversity, and to help students contribute to the common good within a unique and nurturing environment.