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Weekly Message - November 9, 2020

Reported by david_worst@ipsd.org on 11/9/20

Hello Spring Brook Parents –

Report Cards

Elementary Report Cards for first through fifth graders will be available in ParentVue on Friday, November 13 at 4 PM. Kindergarten progress notes will be shared with you by your child’s teacher. This will give you information about your child’s progress during the first quarter. Please CLICK HERE for directions on how to access your chidl’s report card. We look forward to sharing additional information with you at parent-teacher conferences November 19 and 23.



Parent/Teacher Conference Sign Up

We are pleased to offer 15-minute individualized parent/teacher conferences via Zoom, on Thursday November 19th and Monday, November 23rd. Conferences begin every 20 minutes. You will receive a zoom link for your remote conference.

Conference days and times are as follows:

Thursday, November 19th: 4:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Monday, November 23rd: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM and 4:30 PM – 8:00 PM

We would like every parent to meet with their home room teacher. If your child has a different teacher for math, that teacher will provide information about your child’s math progress since you will only be meeting with your child’s homeroom teacher.

Specialists that work with your child can be invited to the homeroom conference as needed. If you have a need to meet with a P.E., Art, or Music teacher, please email them directly.

You may begin signing up for conferences on Tuesday, November 3rd at noon through ParentVUE

To schedule your conference, log in to ParentVUE at the designated grade level time and select “Conference” from the menu on the left side to see the times available. Once you have scheduled your conference, you can click “Email Schedule” to have the details emailed to you. You can also go back to ParentVUE at any time to view the information. Conference scheduling will remain open through November 16.
Watch this short video https://www.wevideo.com/view/1889622417 to see a step-by-step guide for scheduling your conference.


Material Distribution-TODAY

Today is material distribution day.
If your child is in Kindergarten, First and/or Second Grade, you will just need to have the grade level displayed on your car window.

If your child is in Third, Fourth and/or Fifth Grade, you will need to have the grade level and math class displayed. If they are in accelerated math, please display AC for accelerated math.

UPDATE: If you ordered a recorder, you will need to go to the parking lot after you pick up your materials, to pick up your recorder.

Use the first letter of your child’s last name to find the scheduled time for your pick-up on November 9th. If your children have different last names (from one another) please choose the earlier time. If you cannot make your assigned time, you can come during another time slot.

A-H: 1:15-1:45

I-O: 1:45-2:15

P-Z: 2:15-2:45



WANT MORE BOOKS?
Use our awesome LMC collection with Book Pick Up!

Students can search for books in our online catalog OR choose "Librarian's Choice" and we'll pull books for your child.

Form to participate: https://forms.gle/5g48CGeW3jK8Jrv96

Video for more clarification: https://www.wevideo.com/view/1847549002

You can return and pick up more books on the same day.

Let's spread book joy!
-Dr. Hoyle Ross



Parent University: Community Resources
November 18

The COVID-19 pandemic has created hardships for many of our District 204 families. As we head into the holiday season, some families may be facing challenges for the very first time. The community is invited to join District 204’s Superintendent, Dr. Adrian Talley, as he welcomes leaders from community organizations for the next Parent University at 7 pm on November 18, streamed live on the district’s YouTube channel. Dr. Talley will be joined by Gina Bogin, Social Worker, Waubonsie Valley High School— Mary Boulos, Associate Director of CARES Programs, Loaves & Fishes Community Services— Kim White, Executive Director, Career & Networking Center— and Tariq Khondker, Senior Research Coordinator, DuPage County Community Services. The group will discuss the wide variety of resources available to support families. Parents can submit a question in advance for the panel by using this online form.

Have a great week! - Dave

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