Wauconda High School Parent Newsletter

January 2018

Upcoming Events

JANUARY DATES TO REMEMBER School Resumes– 2nd Sem. Begins Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day No School

JANUARY

1/8 1/15

School Board Mtg. C.O.W. 7pm

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School Board Mtg. Bus. Mtg. 7pm

1/18

UPCOMING EVENTS Fine Arts WHS Show Choir Concert– 7-8:30pm Auditorium

1/17

Freshman Preview Night—6-8:30pm Auditorium and Comp Gym

1/22

PRINCIPAL’S OFFICE

Dan Klett, Principal Ext.1000 Stephanie Provenzano, Administrative Assistant Ext.1005

FRESHMAN PREVIEW NIGHT Freshman Preview Night will be on January 22nd! Last names A-L will meet in the Auditorium at 6:00pm and last names M-Z will meet in the Auditorium at 7:00pm. Activities and Clubs will be located in the Competition Gym beginning at 6:45-8:30pm.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! Be sure to check your Powerschool, the WHS Twitter page and the WHS webpage daily to keep updated on important dates and events!

Beginning October 31st, the 2017 Illinois Report Cards for all Wauconda CUSD 118 schools will be available on the District Website at: http://www.d118.org/Home/school-report-cards.

WAUCONDA COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 118 2017-2018 SCHOOL CALENDAR MONDAY

AUGUST 14

TUESDAY

AUGUST 15

WEDNESDAY

AUGUST 16

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FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL TERM and INSTITUTE DAY – NO STUDENT ATTENDANCE

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INSTITUTE DAY – NO STUDENT ATTENDANCE

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FIRST DAY OF STUDENT ATTENDANCE (GRADES 1-12) KINDERGARTEN OPEN HOUSE

THURSDAY

AUGUST 17

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KINDERGARTEN CLASSES BEGIN

MONDAY

SEPTEMBER 4

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LABOR DAY – NO SCHOOL

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18

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EARLY DISMISSAL DAY* and PARENT CONFERENCES

THURSDAY

OCTOBER 19

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PARENT CONFERENCES – NO STUDENT ATTENDANCE

FRIDAY

OCTOBER 20

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NON ATTENDANCE DAY – NO SCHOOL

MONDAY

NOVEMBER 6

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INSTITUTE DAY – NO STUDENT ATTENDANCE

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22

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NON ATTENDANCE DAY – NO SCHOOL

THURSDAY

NOVEMBER 23

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THANKSGIVING DAY – NO SCHOOL

FRIDAY

NOVEMBER 24

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NON ATTENDANCE DAY – NO SCHOOL

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 20

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WINTER BREAK BEGINS FOLLOWING REGULAR SCHOOL DAY

MONDAY

JANUARY 8

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SCHOOL RESUMES

MONDAY

JANUARY 15

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DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY – NO SCHOOL

THURSDAY

FEBRUARY 15

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PARENT CONFERENCES – NO STUDENT ATTENDANCE

FRIDAY

FEBRUARY 16

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INSTITUTE DAY – NO STUDENT ATTENDANCE

MONDAY

FEBRUARY 19

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PRESIDENTS’ DAY – NO SCHOOL

FRIDAY

MARCH 23

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SPRING BREAK BEGINS FOLLOWING REGULAR SCHOOL DAY

TUESDAY

APRIL 3

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SCHOOL RESUMES

MONDAY

MAY 28

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MEMORIAL DAY – NO SCHOOL

MONDAY

JUNE 4

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LAST DAY OF REQUIRED ATTENDANCE IF ALL FIVE EMERGENCY DAYS ARE USED**

NOTE: STUDENTS IN THE EARLY CHILDHOOD AND WEE KIDS PROGRAMS FOLLOW THE KINDERGARTEN CALENDAR WHS FRESHMAN ORIENTATION & SCHEDULE PICK-UP WMS/MMS 6th GRADE CURRICULUM NIGHT & ORIENTATION WGS/RCS/CCS K-5 MEET AND GREET WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2017 EARLY STUDENT DISMISSAL DAY *

Friday, August 11, 2017 Monday, August 14, 2017 Tuesday, August 15, 2017

7:30 - 11:30 a.m. 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Times Of Early Student Dismissal To Accommodate Parent Conferences

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL EARLY STUDENT DISMISSAL DAY ** *** Times of Early Student Dismissal to Accommodate Half-Day Teacher Inservice

Grades 9-12 12:35 p.m. Grades 6-8 1:05 p.m. Grades 1-5 2:05 p.m. AM Kdg. 10:50 a.m. PM Kdg. Begins 12:20 p.m. – Dismissal 2:05 p.m.

M,T,W, or Th Friday Grades 9-12 10:20 a.m. 11:15 a.m. Grades 6-8 10:50 a.m. 11:50 a.m. Grades 1-5 12:05 p.m. 12:35 p.m. No school for AM or PM Kindergarten

WHS 1st Semester Finals – December 18, 19, 20 WHS 2nd Semester Finals – TBD

WHS Graduation Ceremony – Sunday, May 20, 2018, 2:30 p.m. WMS & MMS Promotion Ceremony – TBD

K-5 1ST QUARTER 08/16 - 10/06 = 37 DAYS 2ND QUARTER 10/09 - 12/20 = 47 DAYS 3RD QUARTER 01/08 - 03/16 = 46 DAYS 4TH QUARTER 03/19 - 05/25 = 44 DAYS ***

6-8 1ST QUARTER 08/16 - 10/13 = 42 DAYS 2ND QUARTER 10/16 - 12/20 = 42 DAYS 3RD QUARTER 01/08 - 03/16 = 46 DAYS 4TH QUARTER 03/19 - 05/25 = 44 DAYS***

9-12 1ST SEMESTER 08/16 - 12/20 = 84 DAYS 2ND SEMESTER 01/08 - 05/25 = 90 DAYS***

(Last day of 4th Quarter at Grades K-8 and 2nd Semester at Grades 9-12 if no emergency days are used) ***

Adopted 12/15/16

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL FOR OPERATIONS Laura Halverson, Assistant Principal Ext. 1001 For Operations Joni Berg, Administrative Assistant Ext. 1006

WHS / TECH CAMPUS 2017/2018 CALENDAR For absences please call: WHS 847-526-6611 and

Tech 847-223-6681 x 2

WED

AUG 30

WHS Assembly (Must attend tech. See below for an exception)

MON

SEPT 4

No WHS / No Tech (Labor Day)

FRI

SEPT 8

WHS Assembly (Must attend tech. See below for an exception)

FRI

OCT 6

No Tech (Tech Institute Day)

MON

OCT 9

No Tech (Columbus Day) Must attend WHS classes

WED

OCT 11

Test Day – Juniors must attend WHS. Seniors have a conflict day.

WED

OCT 18

Excused from Tech Classes (WHS has ½ day classes)

THURS

OCT 19

No WHS & excused from Tech (Non Attendance Day)

FRI

OCT 20

No WHS & excused from Tech (Non Attendance Day)

MON

NOV 6

No WHS & excused from Tech (WHS Institute Day)

WED

NOV 22

No WHS / No Tech (Non Attendance Day)

THURS–FRI

NOV 23-24

No WHS / No Tech (Thanksgiving)

MON-WED

DEC 18-20

Must attend WHS Finals / No Tech

THURS-FRI

DEC 21 – 22

No WHS/ Tech in session. No busses

DEC 25 – JAN 5

No WHS / No Tech (Winter Break)

On assembly days: Students are required to attend Tech classes. For an exception: Parents must call the WHS Attendance line 847-526-6611 to give permission for the student to attend the assembly AND miss Tech class. Student must attend all WHS classes AND the assembly AND have a parent phone call, in order to have an excused absence (conflict day) with Tech. Please see conflict day procedures. Days with “No Tech Classes”: Students must attend all WHS assigned classes. AM Tech students may arrive late and start 4th period lunch or 5th period class. PM Tech students may leave after 5th period class or after 6th period lunch. Students who arrive early or stay at WHS and do NOT have any scheduled classes must sign in at study hall. Please see Conflict Day Procedures

WHS / TECH CAMPUS 2017/2018 CALENDAR For absences please call: WHS 847-526-6611 and

Tech 847-223-6681 x 2

MON

JAN 15

No WHS / No Tech (Martin Luther King Day)

THURS

FEB 15

No WHS & excused from Tech (WHS Parent Conferences)

FRI

FEB 16

No WHS / No Tech (WHS/Tech Institute Day)

MON

FEB 19

No WHS / No Tech (Presidents Day)

FRI

MAR 2

Tentative WHS Assembly (Must attend tech. See below for an exception)

MON

MAR 5

No Tech Classes (Casimir Pulaski Day)(Must attend WHS classes)

MON-FRI

MAR 26-30

No WHS / No Tech (Spring Break)

TUES

APRIL 10

SAT Test day (Juniors must attend WHS Classes. Seniors – college visits)

FRI

APRIL 27

Tentative WHS Assembly (Must attend tech. See below for an exception)

FRI

MAY 4

WED

MAY 23

Only PM students attending prom will be excused from Tech (WHS Prom students get early release) Last day of Tech (if no snow days used). May attend Tech. Busses will run to Tech.

WED - FRI

May 23-25

Must attend WHS Finals (If no snow days used)

MON

MAY 28

Memorial Day No School

MON

JUNE 4

Last Day at WHS (If all 5 snow days used)

On assembly days: Students are required to attend Tech classes. For an exception: Parents must call the WHS Attendance line 847-526-6611 to give permission for the student to attend the assembly AND miss Tech class. Student must attend all WHS classes AND the assembly AND have a parent phone call, in order to have an excused absence (conflict day) with Tech. Please see conflict day procedures. Days with “No Tech Classes”: Students must attend all WHS assigned classes. AM Tech students may arrive late and start 4th period lunch or 5th period class. PM Tech students may leave after 5th period class or after 6th period lunch. Students who arrive early or stay at WHS and do NOT have any scheduled classes must sign in at study hall. Please see Conflict Day Procedures

Procedures for Reporting Absenses for Students Who Attend Tech Campus On a day when a student is unable to attend school or must leave school during the day, the parent/ guardian needs to call the WHS Attendance Office at (847) 526-6611 ext. 1008. The Lake County Technology Campus must also be called at (847) 223-6681. The building administrator will determine if an absence is excused or unexcused. If a parent/guardian fails to call or cannot call, the student should bring a note to the attendance office by 7:10 a.m. the morning of the student’s return. If a student does not report to the attendance office, or the school does not receive a parental explanation, the student will face disciplinary action.

Procedimientos Para Reportar Ausencias Para Los Estudiantes Quienes Tienen Clases en el Colegio de Tecnología El día que el estudiante no pueda asistir a la escuela o que deba salír temprano de la escuela, los padres/guardianes deben de llamar a la Oficina de Asistencia de la escuela al 847/526-6611, extensiôn 1008. También deben de llamar al Colegio de Tecnología de Lake County al 847/2236681. El administrador del edificio determinará si la ausencia es escusada o no. Si los padres/guardianes no Llaman o no pueden llamar, el estudiante debe de llevar una nota a la Oficina de Asistencia a las 7:10 a.m. cuando regrese el estudiante a la escuela. Si el estudiante no se reporta a la Oficina de Asistencia o si la escuela no recibe una explicación de los padres, el estudiante recibirá una disciplina.

Arrive to School on Time - Doors Open At…. The main entry doors will be opened Monday through Friday at 6:00 a.m. The outside doors (B-wing facing the driveway) numbers 4, 5, and 6, along with door H13 (Minerva Street) will be opened at 6:50 a.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:45 a.m. on Fridays.

NEW ADDRESS? NEW PHONE NUMBER? NEW CELL PHONE NUMBER? Please inform the office in writing or call Mrs. Halverson at (847) 526-6611 ext. 1001 when there is a change of address, home phone, cell phone, and/or work phone numbers. In case of an emergency, the school needs to be able to reach a parent or guardian immediately.

¿CAMBIO DE DIRECCIÓN? ¿NUEVO NÚMERO DE TELÉFONO? Por favor comuniquen a la oficina por escrito o llame a la Sra. Halverson al 847-526-6611 ext. 1001 cuando tengan algún cambio de dirección, número de teléfono, celular, trabajo etc. En caso de que haya una emergencia, la escuela necesita comunicarse, con los padres/guardianes de inmediato.

ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS FOR STUDENT SERVICES Lisa DeWelde (A-L) ext. 1003 Mark Landvick (M-Z) ext. 1004 Maria Lichterman, Administrative Assistant ext. 1007 Lori Morgan, Attendance Secretary ext. 1008

Homework Requests Contact Maria Lichterman (847) 526-6611 ext. 1007

If your child will be absent for two or more days, homework may be requested by contacting Maria Lichterman in the Assistant Principals for Student Services Office. In order to collect your child’s homework in a timely manner, we ask that you call in the request by 8:00 a.m. Any requests that are received after 12:00 noon will be processed for pickup the next school day.

IN CASE OF ABSENCE or a NEED TO LEAVE SCHOOL EARLY a parent or guardian must: 1. Call the high school at 847-526-6611 and press 1 2. Please report absences before 9:00 a.m. 3. Messages left should include: A. Student’s name B. Student’s ID number C. Reason for absence D. Phone number where a parent or guardian can be reached 4. The administration will determine if the absence is excused or not 5. If a parent fails to call the absence will be determined unexcused and disciplinary consequences may exist. UNEXCUSED absences will result in disciplinary action.

EN CASO DE QUE EL ESTEDIANTE ESTE AUSENTE o TENGA QUE SALIR TEMPRANO DE LA ESCUELA, los padres/guardianes deben de: 1. Llamar a la escuela al 847/526-6611 presione la opción número 1. 2. Por favor llamar a la escuela antes de las 9:00 a.m. 3. El mensaje debe incluir (en español): A. El nombre del estudiante B. El número de identificación escolar del estudiante C. La razón por la cual el estudiante está ausente D. Número de teléfono donde nos podamos comunicar con los padres/guardianes 4. la Administración determinará si la ausencia es escusada ó no 5. Si los padres/guardianes no llaman ó no pueden llamar, el estudiante debe de llevar una nota a la oficina de asistencia a las 7:10 a.m. cuando regrese el estudiante a la escuela.

ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS FOR STUDENT SERVICES Lisa DeWelde (A - L) ext. 1003 Mark Landvick (M - Z) ext. 1004 Maria Lichterman, Administrative Assistant ext. 1007

CELL PHONES AND OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES * May be used at and during non-academic times and areas (i.e. hallways during passing periods, cafeteria during lunch, etc.). * Study halls and classrooms must have teacher approval for appropriate usage. * Inappropriate usage will not be tolerated. * If a staff member determines use is inappropriate or unapproved, the item may be confiscated. * Administration reserves the right to confiscate the item until the end of the semester. If any of these items are confiscated, students will be subject to disciplinary consequences and parents may be required to pick up these items. If you have any questions pertaining to any of the above items, please contact the Assistant Principals for Student Services Office at (847) 526-6611 ext. 1007.

Counselor

Student’s Last Name

Ext.

Melissa Hoffmann

A-F

1011

Louisa Leino

G-L

1012

Brian Roy

M-Q

1010

Blythe Masura

R-Z

1013

Karen Anstedt

Registrar

1009

Naviance is here! WHS is introducing Naviance Family Connections. All students need to create their account. Please See your guidance counselor. Go to connection.naviance.com What does Naviance do? It will help with applying to college, searching for college careers and scholarships etc. Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

PLEASE NOTE! Counselors are seen by appointment only! If you need to see your counselor, stop by the appointment desk, located in the Main Office, to schedule a time. Students are seen only during their lunch period or study hall.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! Please get on Naviance to set up college visit appointments. Colleges and Universities are coming to WHS! JUNIORS!! Please get on Naviance! College Applications are coming soon! Do not wait until last second!

Guidance Office Check out Naviance for a listing of the many scholarships available to our students! Check your student email daily

THESE TESTS ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED FOR JUNIORS! 2017/2018 ACT Test Dates Test Date

Late Registration Period

Feb 10 Apr 14 Jun 9 Jul 14

Jan 13-19 Mar 10-23 May 5-18 Jun 16-22

2017/2018 SAT Test Dates Test Date Mar 10 May 5 Jun 2

Registration Deadline Feb 9 Apr 6 May 3

PSAT/NMSQT Access to Scores and Practice SAT Students who have taken the PSAT can access their past and upcoming scores online. A powerpoint presentation is located on the Wauconda High School Guidance website. If you do not have an account, you will need to create one. Please go to studentscores.collegeboard.org. Once you create your account, you will be able to access those scores. To practice for the upcoming SAT tests, you will need to link our College Board account with Khan Academy. Follow the steps to link, and you should be ready to go. This years PSAT results should be available the week of December 11th!

JANUARY IS HERE! Students will be starting registration for next years classes the end of January. Start researching which classes you may want to take next year. There will be an elective fair in the Auxiliary gym on January 19th during the lunch periods. Come see what your options are! Additionally, the Tech Campus will be at the high school on January 16th during lunch hours to discuss their programs to interested sophomores and juniors.

Athletic Office

Mark Ribbens, Athletic Director ext. 1002 Angie Garrod, Administrative Assistant ext. 1016

Congratulations to Matthew Nolan! He has been awarded a scholarship from the National Football League Retired Players Association as a Chicago Community Champion. Matthew will receive his scholarship and award in February at Halas Hall. Matthew was selected by the Chicago Bears due to his academics, athletics and community involvement. Matthew has been a member of the football and basketball teams for four years, earning all conference 1st as a senior. He has been an active member of FBLA for four years also, earning state and national awards. At the same time he has been able to achieve a 4.7 GPA. His community service involvement includes, Meals for All, Wauconda Community Banks Book Drive, Food Drives for Wauconda Food Pantry and helping run a youth football camp. Thanks Matthew for making a difference in the school district and for the community of Wauconda.

Looking for up-to-date schedules of your child’s team? Inclement weather? Wondering if practices or games are canceled/postponed?

Jean Soofi RN—Ext. 1020 Maryann Tolzien—Ext. 9011

ATTENTION FRESHMEN AND SENIORS!! All freshmen need a completed Illinois state physical handed into the nurses office. All Seniors need to hand in proof of meningococcal immunizations due now!

COUGH DROPS The nurse will no longer provide cough drops for the students!

JUST A REMINDER Students are not allowed to carry medications with them unless specified by their doctor.

CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES

BLOOD DRIVE There will be a blood drive for students and staff on Wednesday, January 10th from 7:00am-1:30pm. 16 year olds must have a signed permission form to donate blood. Health Care Club will begin sign ups on Monday, January 8th and Tuesday, January 9th during PE/Lunch/Study Halls.

Salt of the Sea by Ruta Sepetys As World War II draws to a close, refugees try to escape the war's final dangers, only to find themselves aboard a ship with a target on its hull.

NIMONA By Noelle Stevenson Lord Blackheart, a villain with a vendetta, and his sidekick, Nimona, an impulsive young shapeshifter, must prove to the kingdom that Sir Goldenloin and the Institution of Law Enforcement and Heroics aren't the heroes everyone thinks they

Six Of Crows By Leigh Bardugo Six dangerous outcasts must learn to work together after they are offered an impossible heist that can save the world from destruction.

When: Friday, January 19th, 2018 during lunches Where: Wauconda High School Library Why: Meet and visit with other students who like to read popular young adult How:

books. Eat your lunch in the library. Ms. Stott brings a treat. Sign up in the library. Read the book. Bring your lunch to the library during your lunch period on January 19, 2018

TRIP OF A LIFETIME TO CHINA!!! Anyone interested in a trip of a lifetime to China June 6th-17th, 2019? If you need more information please see Mr. Brown in Room E103 or email [email protected]/Brown-9685 Destinations

Highlights

-Beijing -Xi’an -Yangshuo -Shanghai -Great Wall of China -Bell Tower, Xi’an -Downtown Shanghai -Moon Hill, Yangshuo -Markets of Yangshuo -Ming tombs (13 emperors of the Ming Dynasty) -Terra Cotta Warriors (8th wonder of the world) -Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City -Wild Goose Pagoda -Chinese Acrobatic Show

Hands on Activities -Create an authentic Chinese dish as professional chefs guide you. -Dinner with a local family. -A lesson in traditional Chinese calligraphy. -Discover the history of the Chinese martial art, Tai Ji, learn the moves from an experienced instructor, then practice what you have been taught. -Visit a local Chinese school. -Pedal through the Yangshuo countryside on a bike tour and gaze at the spectacular mountain scenery. *3 college credits are included in the cost of the program *Financial aid available for those who qualify *Payment plans available *Great graduation gift! *For those interested we will fund raise

“I AM RECEIVING NOTICES THAT MY CHILD IS UNEXCUSED” If you called in your student Absent or Tardy and are receiving notices that they are Unexcused, please disregard. Attendance is complete by the end of the day at 3:30 pm.

“THE SCHOOL NUMBER APPEARED ON MY CALLER ID” We receive many calls each week from parents who see the school number on their Caller ID. If you receive a call from the school and the person does not leave a message, please do not call the school. The secretaries cannot determine from which number you have been called or the person who has called you. If it is important, a message will be left or an alternate number will be called. Our nurse and office staff will always leave a message. Please instruct your students to leave a message for you when calling from school. We greatly appreciate your cooperation in this matter.

STUDENTS THAT ARE SICK AND WISH TO GO HOME If your student is sick and wants to go home, he/she must go directly to the Nurses office so they can call a parent to be picked up.

WAUCONDA COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 118 Superintendent of Schools

555 North Main Street, Wauconda, Illinois 60084-1299, (847) 526-7690, Fax (847) 526-1019, www.d118.org

Dr. Daniel J. Coles Wauconda Grade • Robert Crown • Cotton Creek • Wauconda Middle • Matthews Middle • Wauconda High ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Associate Superintendent Business Services, CSBO William Harkin

Assistant Superintendent Curriculum & Instruction Dr. David Wilm

Assistant Superintendent Human Resources Cameron Willis

Assistant Superintendent Special Services Valerie Donnan

Assistant Superintendent Technology Services Scott Cittadino

Emergency Early Dismissal Procedures Due to Severe Winter Weather Dear Parents: In the event of severe winter weather occurring during the school day, it may be necessary to dismiss the students housed at Wauconda Middle School, Matthews Middle School and Wauconda High School earlier than usual. The reason this action would be taken is to allow the buses an opportunity to drop off these older students in order to return in time to take the younger elementary students at Wauconda Grade School, Robert Crown School and Cotton Creek School home according to their regular dismissal schedule. If this early dismissal was not done, we would run the risk of buses being unable to return the Wauconda Grade School, Robert Crown and Cotton Creek students to their homes, or very late drop off for these same students. In addition, we hope to avoid buses driving in a snowstorm when it is dark. Parents of students in grades six through twelve need to be aware of the possibility that this situation could occur due to inclement winter weather. If it does, we would enact the Bright Arrow Emergency Alert Service in an attempt to notify you that your sixth through twelfth grade student was coming home early. As a result, we ask that you make appropriate arrangements with your sixth through twelfth grade student in order for them to gain access to shelter after being dismissed early due to weather conditions. This type of situation does not occur often, but if it does we wanted you to be informed of our actions so that you and your students can be prepared. Thank you for your cooperation. Sincerely, Dr. Daniel J. Coles Superintendent of Schools

WAUCONDA COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 118 Superintendent of Schools

555 North Main Street, Wauconda, Illinois 60084-1299, (847) 526-7690, Fax (847) 526-1019, www.d118.org

Dr. Daniel J. Coles Wauconda Grade • Robert Crown • Cotton Creek • Wauconda Middle • Matthews Middle • Wauconda High ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Associate Superintendent Business Services, CSBO William Harkin

Assistant Superintendent Curriculum & Instruction Dr. David Wilm

Assistant Superintendent Human Resources Cameron Willis

Assistant Superintendent Special Services Valerie Donnan

Assistant Superintendent Technology Services Scott Cittadino

Procedimientos de Emergencia de Despido Temprano Debido a Severo Clima de Invierno Estimados Padres:

En la eventualidad de un clima severo de invierno durante el día escolar, puede ser necesario despedir a los estudiantes atendiendo en la escuelas Wauconda Middle School, Matthews Middle School y Wauconda High School más temprano de lo usual. La razón para que esta acción sea tomada es el permitir a los autobuses la oportunidad de llevar a estos estudiantes mayores a tiempo para volver y llevar a la casa a los estudiantes más jóvenes que están en las escuelas primarias Wauconda Grade School, Robert Crown y Cotton Creek según su horario de despido regular. Si este despido temprano no se hiciera, estaríamos corriendo el riesgo de que los autobuses no puedan regresar a sus casas a los estudiantes de Wauconda Grade School, Robert Crown y Cotton Creek, o que estos estudiantes lleguen sumamente tarde. Además, queremos evitar que haya autobuses manejando en una tormenta de nieve cuando ya ha oscurecido. Los padres de los estudiantes de sexto al doceavo grado tienen que estar al tanto de la posibilidad de que esta situación pueda ocurrir debido a las condiciones del clima de invierno. Si ocurre, nosotros haríamos uso del Servicio de Alerta de Emergencia Bright Arrow para intentar notificarles que su estudiante de sexto al doceavo grado va a llegar temprano a la casa. Como resultado, les solicito que hagan los arreglos apropiados con su estudiante de sexto al doceavo grado de manera que estos tengan acceso a un lugar de resguardo donde estar después que hayan sido despedidos temprano debido a las condiciones del clima. Este tipo de situación no ocurre muy seguido, pero si ocurre, nosotros queremos que ustedes estén informados de nuestras acciones de modo que ustedes y sus estudiantes estén preparados. Gracias por su cooperación. Sinceramente, Dr Daniel J Coles Superintendente de Escuelas

Mission Statement

By building upon partnerships among students, educators, family and community, District 118 will provide a quality and enriched learning environment where students will become contributing and productive members of society through the commitment of lifelong learning.

Wauconda Community Unit School District #118 Board of Education John Armstrong, President Kathy Bianco, Vice President Jonathan Feryance, Secretary Carey McHugh David Patterson Sam Stein Brian Swanson

Dr. Daniel J. Coles, Superintendent of Schools

January 2018.pdf

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gum. Chloe: lots of stuff. Sarah: candy canes. Sophia: candy cane. Jori: crunch bar and. mints. Kiaza: a selfie stick. Did you get any. coal for Christmas: Tim: no.

16 January 2018
Jan 16, 2018 - However, COGS will drop QoQ due to an absence of extra expenses (booked radioactive rental payment of THB1.4bn in 1Q16/17). However, the impressive growth outlook is in-line with our yearly forecast. If the result is in- line, 1Q17/8 n

january issue.pdf
Page 1 of 20. The [email protected] Kettle Run. Volume 9 Issue 5 7403 Academic Ave., Nokesville, VA 20181 January 2017. Check Us. Out Online! Success of. Joey Moore. Page 7. Yearbook. Recognition. Page 4. Look Back. at 2016. Page 10. State. Bound? Page 16 A

26 January 2018
Jan 26, 2018 - TRUE. BUY. 8.25. 6.60. (4,442). 395. 0.20. -. 0.13. -. 0.01. n.m.. n.m.. n.m.. 557.5. 1.6. 1.4. 0.0%. 0.0%. ADVANC. BUY. 230.00. 193.00. 30,125.

January 2008
Jan 1, 2008 - First Day of Class. Textbook. Scavenger Hunt. Graphing Practice. HW: Weather on the Internet Activity. Reading Maps Lab. Ch. 1 Vocabulary.