Weekly News from Kimball Hill

WEEK of November 1, 2021

Fun Filled Week


What a fun filled week for our students and staff! The smiles and excitement on our students' faces was contagious- from the Spirit Week to the Cougar Rally, Halloween Parade and Class Party. While we were disappointed our parents were unable to attend in person due to Mother Nature, we video taped it for those that would like to watch! Please click below and you will see a series of videos. Our apologies that it is not categorized by grade; since we did it as one whole school.

I am excited to share that it was announced at our school-wide Cougar Rally, that our students made their monthly behavioral goal again and will celebrate through Fort Reading on Monday, November 1st. Students may bring a small blanket or towel to participate in Fort Reading in their classroom. Please ask your child or child's teacher for further details.


Thank you Parents for your continued partnership and support!


Please feel free to email me with questions, concerns or feedback any time.


Warmly,


Michelle LaCamera

lacamerm@ccsd15.net

KH Halloween Parade

Click here for the Halloween parade videos.

KH Kinder PM Parade

Click for our Kindergarten PM Parade.

PTA -Thank you!

Thank you to our PTA for donating one pumpkin to every student, Madlibs and Jokes. The students had such a fun time decorating their pumpkins today!


You can sign up to be a PTA member through this link: https://kimballhillpta.memberhub.com/store

Please also follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KimballHillPta

Please email the khpta1@gmail.com for questions.

News from Nurse Lidia

Just a reminder for all parents, please make sure to keep your child home when they are sick. If they are experiencing any covid-19 like symptoms (new onset of moderate to severe headache, shortness of breath, vomitting, diarrhea, new loss of senses of taste or smell, fatigue from unknown cause, muscle body aches from unknown cause (not attributed to allergies or pre-exisiting condition), fever over 100.4, new cough or sore throat; they must stay home and contact the Nurse Lidia for next steps at 847-963-5202 or email alemanl@ccsd15.net

Food Pantry

If you are in need of additional assistance, please see attachment below.

Outdoor Recess District Procedures

There have been some questions regarding cold weather procedures for recess. We are hoping to have a few more months of beautiful weather and this to be an FYI. Please see our district-wide outdoor procedures below. If your child is in need of a winter jacket, please send me an email; lacamerm@ccsd15.net

Students generally go outside for recess every day, so they should dress appropriately for the weather. Exceptions are made only when a child brings a doctor's note excusing him/her from outdoor recess.

  • Staff members provide playground supervision. If students are not following behavior expectations, a staff member will address the behavior with the student(s). Based on the behavior, the child may speak to an administrator.
    Cold weather: Indoor recess is determined based on the following guidelines:

    • If the temperature outside, together with the wind chill, is below 0°F, all students will remain inside for the entire lunch hour.

    • If the temperature outside, together with the wind chill, is between 0°-10°F, the preferred procedure is a rotation of 20 minutes for lunch, a 20-minute outdoor recess, and a 20-minute indoor recess. However, at the principal's discretion, students may be kept inside for the entire lunch hour.

    • If the temperature outside, together with the wind chill, is above 10°F, students will have regular outdoor recess.

  • Warm weather: Students will be outside for recess/PE if the temperature (or heat index) is below 100 degrees. Students will be inside for recess/PE if the temperature (or heat index) is 100 degrees or above.
    Other considerations in which indoor recess is allowed include the condition of the playground and the presence of precipitation.

En espanol Recess

Los estudiantes generalmente salen al recreo todos los días, por lo que deben vestirse adecuadamente por el clima. Solo se hacen excepciones cuando un niño/a trae una nota del médico que lo excusa del recreo al aire libre.

Los miembros del personal proporcionan supervisión en el patio de recreo. Si los estudiantes no siguen las expectativas de comportamiento, un miembro del personal abordará el comportamiento con el/los estudiante/s. Según el comportamiento, el niño/a será enviado a hablar con un administrador.

Clima frío: El recreo interior se determina según las siguientes pautas:

  • Si la temperatura exterior, junto con la sensación térmica, es inferior a 0°F, todos los estudiantes permanecerán adentro durante toda la hora del almuerzo.

  • Si la temperatura exterior, junto con la sensación térmica, está entre 0°-10° F, el procedimiento preferido es una rotación de 20 minutos para el almuerzo, un recreo al aire libre de 20 minutos y un recreo interior de 20 minutos. Sin embargo, a discreción del director, los estudiantes pueden permanecer adentro durante toda la hora del almuerzo.

  • Si la temperatura exterior, junto con la sensación térmica, es superior a 10°F, los estudiantes tendrán un recreo regular al aire libre.

Tiempo de calor: Los estudiantes estarán afuera para el recreo/PE si la temperatura (o el índice de calor) es inferior a 100 grados. Los estudiantes estarán adentro para el recreo/PE si la temperatura (o el índice de calor) es de 100 grados o más.

Otras consideraciones en las que se permite el recreo interior incluyen la condición del patio de recreo y la presencia de precipitaciones.

Para el recreo en interiores, los estudiantes son supervisados ​​en sus aulas.

  • oor recess, students are supervised in their classrooms.

Dates to Remember


  • November 11- Picture Retakes
  • November 16 & 17- School Store Visit
  • November 18- Cougar Rally
  • November 19- School-wide Celebration (if we make our goal)
  • November 22 & Nov 23- No School- Parent Teacher Conferences
  • Nov 24-26- No School- Thanksgiving Break

School Hours

School Hours: 8:45am-3:25pm


Morning Kindergarten: 8:45am-11:20am, Fridays: 8:45am-10:55am


Fridays: 8:45am-2:35pm

Afternoon Kindergarten: 12:50-3:25pm, Fridays: 12:25pm-2:35pm

Contact the Principal

Michelle LaCamera

Kimball Hill School

2905 Meadows Dr.

Rolling Meadows, 60008

lacamerm@ccsd15.net


847-963-5200

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