Milne Grove Messenger

April 2019

Highlighted Dates to Remember (see linked calendar for full schedule of events)

Spring Break: April 1st - 5th

School Resumes at 8:30am: April 8th

3rd Trimester Mid Term: April 12th

9:30 Late Start Day: April 16th

3rd Trimester Progress Reports Distributed: April 18th

No School Easter Break: April 19th

No School Easter Break: April 22nd

School Resumes at 8:30am: April 23rd

PTO Breakfast w/Mom in MG Gym from 8:00am-8:30am: April 25th

KG Drama Club Performance of "Peter Pan" in the old KG Gym at 7:00pm: April 25th & 26th

PTO Mother/Son Prepay Event at Strike-N-Spare: April 28th 1:00pm-3:00pm

National Library Week, Bookmark Entries Due, & BOGO Book Fair: April 29th-May 3rd

The 18-19 Calendar Has Been Updated:

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Principal's Page

Dear Parents & Caregivers,


Spring is in the air and April offers our children so many chances to get out and play! With Spring Break from April 1st-5th and days off on April 19th and 22nd, there are plenty of days off from school to experience the improving weather and more plentiful sunshine.


The Milne Grove faculty has been working on mindfulness and mindset with your children throughout the year. if you have a minute to stop and enjoy the rays of sunshine or to savor a leisurely meal - you can join your child in focusing on the good and remain in the moment (and living the principles of mindfulness). In a world of 24/7 communication and what feels like constant demands and stimulation - stealing a few moments to just be present can do an incredible amount to reduce our children's anxiety and restore balance to our hectic lives. I sincerely hope you find some peaceful and joyous moments this April.


Please contact me with ANY questions you may have at 815-838-0542x2104 or email jkoziol@d91.net. No question or observation is too small - I would love to hear from you.


Sincerely,

Mrs. Koziol

Attention 3rd Grade Parents & Caregivers:


Third grade is a big academic year for many reasons. From learning independence to preparing for the transition to Kelvin Grove, students rise to the challenge of many new experiences in third grade. One of these new experiences is participating in statewide testing, known as IAR or Illinois Assessment of Readiness (formerly PARCC), for the first time. Students in third grade will participate in five separate standardized test sessions (60-75 minutes each) after we return from spring break. The third grade team has designated April 11, 12, 15, 16, and 17 as our testing dates. The state testing window runs from March 11th through April 26th, so it is very important that all vacations and absences are scheduled in advance in order to ensure each child participates in all 5 test sessions and/or schedules make up days.


At Milne Grove School, we remain committed to educating the whole child; this includes the academic, physical, and emotional realms. Each day, we focus on educating children who are both academically successful, emotionally resilient, and physically strong. Our staff understands that there is no single test that can accurately measure the true potential of your child; however, we do count on the IAR assessment data to determine if our curriculum is aligned with other educational institutions. It is our job to do everything in our power to prepare our learners and ensure that they are competitive with their peers - in Lockport, through Illinois, and across the country. We analyze the IAR data along with classroom performance, MAP benchmarking data, and progress monitoring data to determine the effectiveness of our instruction. We also revise our curriculum and plan intervention services based on the information we collect.


The teachers and I are asking for your partnership in making sure your child is at school AND that they are ready for this extra responsibility. How can you help? Many parents want to know what they can do to make this experience successful for their child. First and foremost, please let your child know that you are proud of him or her and that you are confident that he or she will do their best!!! Other helpful tips include:


  • Make sure that your child gets a good night sleep before each testing date.

  • Make sure your child eats a nutritious breakfast before going to school.

  • Try to schedule all doctor appointments, etc. outside of the testing week. If your child is ill or otherwise can’t attend school due to an emergency or tardiness on one or more of the assessment dates, he or she will be given a make-up testing date.

  • Try to ensure that your child comes to school each day of testing with a positive attitude.

Attendance Notes:

If your child is going to be absent or tardy , we would like to remind you to call the district attendance line to report absences by 9am. If you would like to request homework, you should do so in that message and indicate whether you will pick it up or wish for it to be sent home with another student.


Supervision at the morning arrival begins at 8:20am; please make sure your child DOES NOT arrive before adult supervision begins.



Mrs. Jaime Koziol, Principal

jkoziol@d91.net

815-838-0542 x2104

Mrs. Cindy Dragosh, Secretary

cdragosh@d91.net

815-838-0542x2100

Notes From the Nurse

Importance of Sleep for children.


Kids ages 6 to 9 require about 10 hours of sleep a night. Lack of sleep for kids can cause irritable or hyper types of behavior and can also make many conditions worse. School work suffers because of an inability to concentrate due to the lack of sleep.


Bedtime difficulties can arise at this age from a child's need for private time with parents, without siblings around. Try to make a little private time just before bedtime and use it to share confidences and have small discussions, which will also prepare your child for sleep. develop calming down routines at least 30 minutes before bed time. If you have a television in your child’s room, remove it or turn it off before tucking your child in so they get the clear message it is time for sleep. Video games and other handheld devices are not calming and should never be used to get a child to sleep. Try reading a book with your child or having them read to you.


Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!

You probably heard it from your own parents: But now you're the one saying it — to your sleepy, frazzled, grumpy kids, who insist "I'm not hungry" as you try to get everyone fed and moving in the morning.


Why Bother With Breakfast?

The purpose of breakfast is to give the body the refueling it needs after going without food for 8 to 12 hours during sleep. Kids who eat breakfast tend to eat healthier overall and are more likely to participate in physical activities. Skipping breakfast can make kids feel tired, restless, or irritable. Their mood and energy can drop by midmorning if they don't eat at least a small morning meal. Breakfast also can help keep kids' weight in check. Breakfast kick-starts the body's metabolism, the process by which the body converts the fuel in food to energy. And when the metabolism gets moving, the body starts burning calories.


Breakfast Brain Power

It's important for kids to have breakfast every day, but what they eat in the morning is crucial too. Choosing breakfast foods that are rich in whole grains, fiber, and protein while low in added sugar may boost kids' attention span, concentration, and memory — which they need to learn in school.


Research also has shown that kids who eat breakfast get fiber, calcium, and other important nutrients. They also tend to keep their weight under control, have lower blood cholesterol levels and fewer absences from school, and make fewer trips to the school nurse with stomach complaints related to hunger.


What not to serve for breakfast is important too. Sure, toaster pastries and some breakfast bars are portable, easy, and appealing to kids. But many have no more nutritional value than a candy bar and are high in sugar and calories. Read the nutrition labels carefully before you toss these breakfast bars and pastries into your shopping cart.


Providing enough time for sleep and a nutritious breakfast is the best way to help your child have a great start to each day.


Mrs. Gilkerson, RN


If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at 815-838-0542 ex. 2106 or at sgilkerson@d91.net.

PTO News

PTO April News:


April 9th: PTO Field Day T-Shirt Order Forms and PTO Mixed Bag

Fundraiser Forms Go Home


April 18th: Mixed Bag PTO Fundraiser Forms Due Back


April 23rd: Field Day T-Shirt Order Forms Due Back


April 25th: Breakfast With Mom at Milne Grove 8:00am-8:30am


April 28th: Mother/Son Prepay Event at Strike-N-Spare 1:00pm-3:00pm


Email d91.pto.info@gmail.com with questions!

Like the D91 PTO on Facebook!

The Latest from the LRC

D91 Celebrates National Library Week / Children's Book Week

AND the Scholastic BOGO Book Fair!!

“Read now. Read forever.”

April 29 - May 5


We have library spirit days, a bookmark contest, and a BOGO book fair to help you prepare for summer reading! Bookmark contest entries are accepted all week long. Entry forms are available at tumino.weebly.com and have been sent home with the children. The BOGO Book Fair will be open daily after school during this week - info coming soon.


Apr 29: Roll Out of Bed & Read - wear pjs or comfy clothes

Apr 30: Wild About Books - wear animal/animal print clothes

May 1: Wacky Wednesday/Dr. Seuss - wear wacky clothes and/or hair

May 2: Get in the Game with Reading - wear sports/team clothes

May 3: Hornets Read - wear spirit wear/school colors


Mark your calendars:

May 6-10 - Grandparents Week in the Library - schedule and invitations coming soon.

Wednesday, May 15 - Culver’s LRC Fundraiser - we only do two a year, so please come support your libraries!

Thursday, May 23 - Kane County Cougars D91 Night

Wednesday, June 5 - Joliet Slammers D91 Night


Volunteer Corner

I give heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the wonderful parents who come in to reshelve the books: Heather Jerz and Linda Hozjan helped out last month - thank you! And thank you to our PTO who sponsors so many things for our students, including the book bags for 2nd and 3rd grade!


Mrs. Tumino

ltumino@d91.net ~ 815-838-0542, x2122 Follow me on Twitter!

Physical Education Feats

Students participated in many different games, activities and units in the month of March. We have continued to participate in new activities and games on Work Out Wednesday’s and Fun Friday’s.


In the month of April and with the start of Spring, I am hoping students will get the chance to enjoy some time outside! Students will get the chance to start new units including our much anticipated Dance unit. Family Dance night will be coming in May!


Students had the option of taking home a Spring Break Activity Bingo Card! Students can fill out their bingo cards with activities they have completed at home or on vacation while on Spring Break.


Enjoy your SPRING BREAK!


Please contact Mrs. Draper at kdraper@d91.net with questions about what your child is learning in gym!

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Bags of Hope Weekly Food Donation Pledge

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3rd Grade

ELA:

  • Please continue reading with your child at home to help them grow in fluency and comprehension. Additionally, assist your child with the weekly vocabulary and spelling words.

Math:

  • Please continue to have your child practice his/her addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts. Additionally, thank you for assisting your child with the chapter vocabulary words. End of the year units of study are measurement, area & perimeter, and geometry.

Science:

  • Currently third graders are studying animal adaptations with an emphasis on migration, camouflage, hibernation, and mimicry.


Social Studies:

  • Third grade students are working on a Lockport History Unit that includes learning about the Potawatomi and city founders and landmarks. Thank you for your continued assistance with unit vocabulary.


Reminders:

  • As we approach the end of the year, there will be a few field trips and activities coming up. Please be sure to check your student’s folder every night to make sure forms are returned on time.


Please feel free to contact your child’s teacher with any questions or concerns!


Thank you,


The Third Grade Team


Mrs. McGreevy, 3rd grade teacher, hmcgreevy@d91.net

Mrs. Stanly, 3rd grade teacher, lstanly@d91.net & Mrs. Woodworth, Guest Teacher, kwoodworth@d91.net

Mrs. Steed, 3rd grade teacher, csteed@d91.net

Mrs. Visser, Reading Specialist, avisser@d91.net

Mrs. Fiday, Special Education Teacher, lfiday@d91.net

Mrs. Phillips, Reading Aide, bphillips@d91.net

Mrs. Heintz, Math Aide, mheintz@d91.net

2nd Grade

Language Arts- We will be reading both nonfiction and fiction stories. Students will be learning how to use text features (captions, headings, diagrams, labels) to learn information. As you listen to your child read, continue to ask questions that prompt them to look back to the text for evidence. This will help them to think critically, and use text features as they answer.


Social Studies- The next chapter will be, Our Nation Past and Present. Students will learn about America's early settlers, how people’s lives and technology have changed from the past, and American heroes.


Science- We will begin our Life Science unit. Students will compare plants and animals in different habitats, and learn how their relationship within a habitat helps provide food, water, and shelter for the other. We will also discuss how plant and animal adaptations help them to survive in their habitat.


Math- Students will continue to practice subtraction facts. Students will learn measurement using inches and centimeters.


The Second Grade Team


Mrs. Bolte, 2nd grade teacher, mbolte@d91.net

Mrs. Georgopulos, 2nd grade teacher, rgeorgopulos@d91.net

Miss Podwika, 2nd grade teacher, kpodwika@d91.net

Mrs. Visser, Reading Specialist, avisser@d91.net

Mrs. Fiday, Special Education Teacher, lfiday@d91.net

Mrs. Phillips, Reading Aide, bphillips@d91.net

Mrs. Heintz, Math Aide, mheintz@d91.net

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1st Grade

Superkids Reading Program:

  • Read fluently and understand the importance of reading a conversation with expression

  • Decode and encode “aw” for short /o/

  • Use vowel sounds to determine the number of syllables in a word

  • Decode and encode words with “ar” and “or”

  • Read fluently and understand literary informational texts

  • Read and understand new vocabulary


Language and Writing:

  • Focus on writing complete sentences with the correct ending marks

  • Writing a narrative paragraph

  • Discuss, write, and revise personal narratives

  • Write descriptive sentences by adding adjectives and precise verbs

  • Plan and draft a problem-solution story

  • Edit and illustrate a story


GO Math:

  • Creating graphs using data

  • Three-Dimensional Geometry

  • Make objects and larger shapes from other shapes

  • Two-Dimensional Geometry

  • Equal shares, halves, and fourths


Social Studies:

  • Earth Day: We will be concentrating on what we can do to reduce, reuse and recycle to help the Earth

  • Comparing our past and present


Science:

  • Changing of seasons and the coming of Spring

  • Discussions and activities about animals and plants that we begin to see as Spring arrives

  • Understanding how adult animals and their young are alike

  • Learning about how chicks develop in eggs and how to care for baby chicks



The First Grade Team


Mrs. O'Halloran, 1st grade teacher, mohalloran@d91.net

Mrs. Preboy, 1st grade teacher, cpreboy@d91.net

Mrs. Visser, Reading Specialist, avisser@d91.net

Mrs. Fiday, Special Education Teacher, lfiday@d91.net

Mrs. Phillips, Reading Aide, bphillips@d91.net

Mrs. Heintz, Math Aide, mheintz@d91.net

Kindergarten


The kindergarten students are enjoying our author study of Dr. Seuss. We have read many of his stories, and have gotten very good at naming and writing rhyming words. Please reinforce the concept of rhyming at home this month. One way is to find the rhyming words in your child’s word box. You could then brainstorm more…nonsense words are great too…that was Dr. Seuss’ specialty!! The Lockport Library has a huge collection of his books if you are interested in continuing our author study at home.


In Math we have been working with addition and subtraction facts to 10. We have used many different kinds of manipulatives to support our creation of number sentences. Keep up the practice of those math facts!


The students are continuing to practice writing sentences independently. They can use the sight words they know along with their “kindergarten writing.” Each time a sentence is written they check to make sure it begins with a capital letter, ends with punctuation, and there are spaces between their words. The students are so proud of their sentence writing!


THANK YOU for all you do at home to prepare your child to learn!

Thank you for all you do to help your child be successful at school!
The Kindergarten Team


Mrs. Adams - sadams@d91.net

Mrs. Visser, Reading Specialist, avisser@d91.net

Mrs. Fiday, Special Education Teacher, lfiday@d91.net

Mrs. Phillips, Reading Aide, bphillips@d91.net

Mrs. Heintz, Math Aide, mheintz@d91.net

Early Learners Preschool

Early Learners


Upcoming Events:

Week of April 1st - NO SCHOOL, Spring Break


Week of April 8th - The Early Learners will be introduced to the letter G and the theme will be Gardening & Growing things. They will also be introduced to the color green.


Week of April 15th – The Early Learners will be introduced the letter “Rr” and the theme will be Recycling. They will also be introduced to the color red and the rectangle shape as well as reviewing number 0 to 20.


Week of April 22nd – The Early Learners will be introduced to the letter “Ee” and the theme will be Earth Day. They will also discuss how they can help the Earth by reducing, reusing and recycling.


Week of April 29th - The Early Learners will be introduced to the letter “Zz” and the theme will be Zippers. They will also review the numbers 0 to 20 and their quantities.


Dates to Remember:

Monday, April 1st to Friday, April 5th, NO SCHOOL, Spring Break

Monday, April 8th, School Resumes

Wednesday, April 17th, Parent Workshop at Milne Grove School at 6:00p.m. Babysitting will be available. Watch your child’s folder for more information.

Thursday, April 18th, Spring Party 2:00p.m. to 3:00p.m.

Friday, April 19th & Monday, April 22nd, NO SCHOOL, Easter Break


Friday, April 26th, Field Trip to Pilcher Park in Joliet. The bus will leave at 12:45p.m. and return around 3:00p.m.


The PK Team

Miss Robin, PK Teacher, rtorkelson@d91.net

Miss Sonya, Bilingual Liaison, spederson@d91.net

Miss Ginte, PK aide, gjonikas@d91.net

The Speech Spot with Mrs. Barker

April is for Autism Awareness!

By Staci Jackson, M.A.

from Super Duper-Handy Handouts


Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability, characterized in varying degrees, by difficulties in social interaction, communication and repetitive behaviors. People with ASD may communicate, interact, behave, and learn differently from most other people. Each individual with autism is unique. Many people with ASD have exceptional abilities in visual skills, music, and academic skills. Some may have an intellectual disability while others have normal to above average intelligence. Some persons with ASD may require significant help in their daily lives while others can live independently.


In April, many families, communities, and organizations celebrate National Autism Awareness Month to raise awareness about autism and promote advocacy for people with ASD. Understanding the signs and basic facts about autism is the first step to awareness.

The signs of ASD begin early during childhood and typically last throughout the person's life. Some signs include:

  • No babbling or gesturing by 12 months

  • Not saying single words by 16 months

  • Not pointing to objects to show interest/not looking at objects when another person points to them

  • Avoiding eye contact

  • Repeating or echoing words or phrases in place of normal language

  • Repeating actions over and over again

  • Having trouble adapting when a routine changes

  • Having unusual reactions to the way things smell, taste, look, feel, or sound

  • Having loss of any language or social skills they once exhibited


For more information about autism, visit these websites:

Savvy Solutions with Mrs. DeSandre

by Mrs. DeSandre, Milne Grove Social Worker

tdesandre@d91.net


This Month’s Topic: Managing Behavior When Things Go Wrong


1. Choose your battles wisely. A wise rule of thumb is to allow 90 percent of your child’s behaviors to slip by and comment only on the 10 percent that genuinely matter to you. This helps to ensure the continuation of a healthy relationship.


2. If you are irritated or angry, allow the initial flush of emotion to pass. If your child is showing behaviors that are difficult to control, the last thing that will help the situation is for the parent to demonstrate the same behavior.


3. Engage eye contact and use a slow, low, controlled voice.


4. Use your child’s name, briefly state the difficulty, and remember it is fine to begin by saying… “Susan, I am disappointed... It would make be happy if you...”


5. Provide two clear choices that will fix the problem. Use as few words as possible to state the negative consequence you will use if the child chooses to continue with the behavior. Ask the child to think about it and make the best choice, then walk away.


6. Praise your child when he or she responds positively. Keep giving positive reinforcement to highlight any great behaviors you see!



Resources: Parenting Tough Kids: Simple Proven Strategies to Help Kids Succeed. Peytral Publications, Inc. 2007.

Art

Currently, all kindergarten through third grade students have almost completed their unit on watercolor and painting. We will be concluding the year with ceramic sculpture. All students focused on joinery and basic hand-built techniques for construction. Students also experimented with subtractive elements such as texture to create interesting effects on the surface of the clay. As a final step, students will painted their sculptures in various color schemes.


All students will also be drawing outside as we experience the warm weather. We will be observing nature, and drawing what we see, all around us – like Claude Monet. Students will also learn about artists who use nature as inspiration, like Andy Goldsworthy. We will also discuss some basic sketching techniques.


Thank you to all students, parents, teachers, administration and staff for all your support of the arts throughout the year. It is with your patience and understanding that all our special projects and all good things in art are possible.



For more information on art classes at Milne Grove, please be sure to check us out on the web at www.d91.net. Thank you for your interest in your child’s art education.



Mrs. Cravens

jcravens@d91.net

Technology

Technology Class- Mrs. Lakics


In technology class Kindergarten has been working on mouse control by tracing letters and number online (http://www.abcya.com/letter_trace.htm) and how to use two hands when typing using the keyboard (http://www.abcya.com/keyboarding_practice.htm). 1st grade and 2nd grade have also been working on typing correctly with the home row using Dance Mat Typing (https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/articles/z3c6tfr). 3rd grade is continuing to work on their computer programming unit by learning to code on Code.org Course D, Osmo Coding Awbie, Ozobots, and Spheros. Please visit Mrs. Lakics’ website for more information and ideas- mrslakicstechnologyclass.weebly.com.



Mrs. Lakics


jlakics@d91.net

Music Notes

To Contact Mrs. Randolph K-8 Music & KG Chorus Director

Email: srandolph@d91.net PHONE: 815-838-0737 ext. 1140


March 2019 was National Music In Our Schools Month (MIOSM)®

Theme “All Music, All People"®


Please go the D91 Music Web Pages for families to listen and watch videos students are learning in class and share music together. http://randolphd91music.weebly.com/ and (www.musicexpressmagazine.com YouTube) (Thank you to D91 PTO for their continued purchase of our Music Express Magazine Subscription!)


March has been officially designated by the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) for the observance of Music In Our Schools Month® (MIOSM®), the time of year when music education becomes the focus of schools across the nation.


MIOSM® began as a single statewide celebration in 1973, and has grown over the decades to encompass a day, then a week, and then in 1985 to become a month long celebration of school music. The purpose of MIOSM® is to raise awareness of the importance of music education for all children – and to remind citizens that schools is where all children should have access to music. MIOSM® is an opportunity for music teachers to bring their music programs to the attention of the school and the community, and to display the benefits that school music brings to students of all ages.


1 - The Lockport District # 91 School Board signed a Resolution (see picture) for the 34th Annual National Music In Our Schools Month® (MIOSM®). Pictured Front Row L to R: Lynn Krumlinde (Board Secretary), Courtney Oxley-Turner (Vice-President), Laura Garrett; Back Row L – R: Daniel Dorion, David Lee, Jennifer Fracaro, Estella Rodriguez; Photographer – Donna Gray – Superintendent; Not pictured: Marge Otis (President) - see picture below


2 – Kelvin Grove Chorus earned a First Division Rating at the IGSMA District Contest and will go to State Saturday, April 27 at Troy MS – Plainfield. - see picture below


3 - Select Kelvin Grove Organ students performed for the Joliet Area Theatre Organ Enthusiasts (JATOE) on the Grand Barton Theatre Pipe Organ at the Rialto Theatre (Joliet). Pictured L – R: Blackhawk’s Organist, Mr.Frank Pellico, Lola Rodriguez (7th grade), Laura Lee (4th grade), Jenna Muench (5th grade) - see picture below


4 - Kelvin Grove hosted a MIOSM® concert with the Lockport Township high School Choirs performing under the direction of Mr. Goetz. - see picture below

Off the Record Choir Chamber Choir


5 – 3rd Grade Recorder students performed mini concert before school for students.


6 – Our 1st – 3rd grade music students are using the 14 computers in the MG Music lab. The students are using the Music Maestro International music software program to learn music theory. The program tracks and scores their progress until they graduate from 8th grade. The students take turns every other week using the computers and playing the Orff instruments.


7 – FREE RECORDER CLUB (for All 3rd Graders) : Wednesdays from 8:05-8:30 am. Plus, advanced recorder students will earn special recorder award during the recorder concert for parents May 16. Have your child practice at home and come prepared to pass all recorder assignments each week so he/she will receive a recorder award. Ring the MG Main Door buzzer at 8:05 am to come in and earn recorder stickers. If you pass the recorder lesson, you may then use the music computers to play Music Maestro (computer software for music theory and listening).


8 – FOR SALE MUSIC FUNDRAISER: 4 Tervis Hornet Tumblers @ $20, 120 Hornet Magnets @ $5, and 50 Hornet Fathead Stickers @ $5. Please help us to sell all of these so we may purchase instruments, equipment, and supplies for all K-8 music students in Milne & Kelvin Grove Schools.


9 – M. May 13 (6:30 pm) – All students in Grades 4,5, KG Chorus, and a few selected students in grades 6-8 will present the spring concert “Disney On Stage” in the KG Finelli (small) gym (enter door #1). Admission is FREE and open to the public. This year students in grades 6-8 may perform in this concert if they return the permission slip and make all rehearsals scheduled after school on Tuesdays & Fridays. Watch for the web for details.


10 - Th. May 16 (2:30 pm) – 3rd Grade Recorder Concert for Parents and Friends in the Milne Grove Gym.


11 - SAVE METAL TABS for Music all year. We get about $5 for 5 gallons of tabs.

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The Lockport District # 91 School Board signed a Resolution (see picture) for the 34th Annual National Music In Our Schools Month® (MIOSM®). Pictured Front Row L to R: Lynn Krumlinde (Board Secretary), Courtney Oxley-Turner (Vice-President), Laura Garrett; Back Row L – R: Daniel Dorion, David Lee, Jennifer Fracaro, Estella Rodriguez; Photographer – Donna Gray – Superintendent; Not pictured: Marge Otis (President)
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Select Kelvin Grove Organ students performed for the Joliet Area Theatre Organ Enthusiasts (JATOE) on the Grand Barton Theatre Pipe Organ at the Rialto Theatre (Joliet). Pictured L – R: Blackhawk’s Organist, Mr.Frank Pellico, Lola Rodriguez (7th grade), Laura Lee (4th grade), Jenna Muench (5th grade)

Substitutes Needed!!

If you like interacting with the kids, and can be flexible. If you enjoy different settings, and different age groups of kids. This is what you have been looking Contact Athena Dingels for details (must possess a bachelor's degree and be willing to obtain the sub teacher credential through ISBE). adingels@d91.net