Boone Post

5 de febrero, 2021

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¡Feliz mes de la historia afroamericana!

¡Feliz mes de la historia afroamericana! Este febrero continuamos tomándonos un tiempo intencionalmente para explorar la historia y la herencia de los negros, y celebramos las vidas, los legados y las contribuciones de los negros, africanos y afroamericanos. Los estudiantes participarán en proyectos y aprendizaje nuevo en cada nivel de grado, y los alentamos a que revisen algunos de los recursos a continuación y participen en el aprendizaje con sus hijos en casa.

Únase a la Biblioteca Pública de Chicago para celebrar el Mes de la Historia Afroamericana

Únase a la Biblioteca Pública de Chicago para celebrar el Mes de la Historia Afroamericana en febrero. Este año, el tema nacional del Mes de la Historia Afroamericana es La Familia Negra: Representación, Identidad y Diversidad. The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity.

Haga clic aquí para ver todos nuestros eventos del Mes de la Historia Afroamericana. all our African American History Month events.

De PBS.org

De www.pbs.org: Este mes han publicado varios documentales y cortos digitales, así como su característica: 28 Black History Makers in 28 Days. 28 Black History Makers in 28 Days .

Taller comunitario de equidad y justicia social

En asociación con la Dra. Carole Collins Ayanlaja, el martes 2/16/21 presentaremos nuestra próxima sesión para explorar y discutir los estándares de Justicia Social que se están implementando en Boone. Esta sesión se centrará en el ámbito de la justicia. Se puede encontrar una copia de los Estándares de Justicia Social en este enlace del sitio web Learning for Justice (anteriormente Teaching Tolerance). Haga clic aquí request a link para solicitar un enlace a esta reunión virtual el 2/16/21 a las 4:30 PM.

Taller de Literatura interactivo : Cómo desarrollar la Imaginación, creatividad y Desarrollo Intelectual en Los Niños.

La Oficina de Lenguaje y Cultura y La Escuela Boone PAC los invita:

Taller de Literatura interactivo : Cómo desarrollar la Imaginación, creatividad y Desarrollo Intelectual en Los Niños.

Por: El Psicólogo y Presentador Motivacional Señor Ferney Ramirez

Todo en Espanol!!


El Miércoles 10 de Febrero del 2021

De 1:00 pm a 3:00pm


Pida su enlace Aqui! Contacte Amalfi Duran aduran@cps.edu por mas informacion.

ReOpening Update

Continúe monitoreando su correo electrónico y / o visite el sitio web www.cps.edu durante el fin de semana para obtener actualizaciones sobre el plan de reapertura de CPS para el aprendizaje en persona.

Required Health Screener for Hybrid In-Person Students

Boone's website (boone.cps.edu) has added a new page under the Community tab called "How to use the CPS Health Screener." This page contains videos (in English, Spanish, Arabic, and Urdu) on how to access the health screener site and how to fill it out. Please note that parents and caregivers must complete the CPS Health Screener EVERY SCHOOL DAY BETWEEN 5AM-8:15AM. Students will not be permitted in the building before the screener is completed every day. If you complete it the night before, the data will erase by the next morning and you will have to do it again.


We are advising everyone who has students planning to return in person to watch the video How to use the CPS Health Screener. and/or practice completing the screener so you know what to expect when students return.

COMMUNITY RESOURCE BOARD

Click the button above to be re-directed to a bulletin board with resources shared by community members.

Shout-Outs!

Is there someone at Boone who you would like to recognize for their hard work, kindness, or other awesome quality? Please click here on the Boone Community Shout-Out form to take a moment to acknowledge that person. Your message may appear in the next post!

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CALENDAR

CPS District-Wide Calendar 2020-2021


  • Feb 4 - Last day of 2nd Quarter
  • Feb 5 - No Classes (Teacher Professional Development Day)
  • Feb 10 - PAC Meeting, 1:00PM To request the link just click here
  • Feb 12 - Q2 Report Cards mailed out by CPS
  • Feb 15 - Presidents Day, NO SCHOOL
  • Feb 16 - LSC Meeting, 4:00PM
  • Feb 16 - Community Meeting - Social Justice Standards with CPS Equity Partner Dr. Carole Collins Ayanlaja, 4:30PM request a link

REPEAT REMINDERS BELOW

Parent Portal

Parent Portal gives parents the ability to view students' grades in real time. If you are setting up your Parent Portal account for the first time, please visit the First Time Parent Portal Set-Up link. This is a one-time step and not necessary after every school year. Once you receive your email from Aspen to help set up your username and password, you can access Parent Portal at Aspen Parent Portal.


If you already have a Parent Portal account, but are running into technical issues (forgot password, locked out, etc), please email Boone's tech coordinator Patrick Chi (ptchi@cps.edu) so he can reset your account. Once your account is reset, you should receive an email from Aspen with further instructions. Additional information provided by the district can be found at this link.

How to Contact Office Staff or Administration

Door 1 is temporarily unavailable. Here are the ways you can contact office and/or administrative staff:


  • Leave a message with Security Officer Mr. Valencia outside at Door 2 near the food distribution, 8am-4pm daily Monday-Friday
  • Call main office and/or leave a phone message at 773-534-2160, option #0 (voicemail is checked daily)
  • Email one of our clerks: Claudia Ortiz - cmortiz8@cps.edu (English & Spanish), Shamiram Shahbaz - sbshahbaz@cps.edu (English, Arabic, Assyrian)
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Images By: Kristin Heinichen

Daniel Boone Elementary School

A Chicago Public Schools Fine and Performing Arts Neighborhood School with a Magnet Cluster Program in West Rogers Park.


Boone Vision: Kindness, creativity, and an understanding of diverse perspectives will guide us as we intentionally engage in learning opportunities and take action to bring about positive change in our world.


Boone Mission: We actively seek to learn more about ourselves, others, and the world through the arts and through learning opportunities that respond to our identities and promote positive relationships. We rise up to advocate for ourselves and others so that everyone is valued and empowered.