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News from Arbor View Elementary School: September 9, 2022

Free Glenbard South football admission for CCSD 89 students tonight!

Yesterday, our students were so excited to have Glenbard South student-athletes visit Arbor View during lunch and recess!

CCSD 89 students who wear school colors can get in free to the Glenbard South football game tonight, Friday, September 9, which is Raider Pride Night. CCSD 89 students who attend are invited to form part of the tunnel for players to run through. Info:

Restaurant night tonight!

Don’t forget our double restaurant night this week!! You choose the day (Thursday/Friday) and the location (Ellyn’s/Warren’s). Show the attached flyer and Arbor View gets 20 percent of the proceeds!
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Arbor View News

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Arbor View cheerleading is here!

Boys and girls in third, fourth, and fifth grades are invited to join Arbor View cheerleading!

Cheerleading sign-up night: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 7 (virtual event)

Parents and kids are invited to come and learn more about our cheerleading program. Email if you have any questions.
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Lunch menu

Please be sure to check the lunch menu often on the website for any changes. Type in Arbor View to see the monthly menu:

Lunchroom supervisors needed

Arbor View is in need of lunchroom supervisors. If you are interested in working in the lunchroom and helping out students for an hour a day, please apply here (scroll down to the lunchroom supervisor position).
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PTC reminder

The next PTC meeting is Tuesday, September 13, via Google Meets
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The PTC needs your help

We hope you had a great summer. The Arbor View PTC board members have begun planning for the 2022-23 school year. We need your help! Please consider signing up to help at least one event. In order to begin the school year successfully, there are several positions we need to fill now!

Please consider signing up for at least one of the available positions.

Please email Arbor View PTC presidents, Kim Carbonneau ( or Stephanie Furlong (, with any questions or for more information.

News from CCSD 89

Keep your student home if they test positive for COVID-19

Families should keep students home if they have tested positive for COVID-19. This chart can be a starting point when determining whether your student needs to stay home:

When you use an at-home COVID-19 test, please take a photo of the test strip that shows the results so you can share it with the school nurse. Reminder: The district will track cases but will no longer send weekly notices.

Students can report bullying or threats through ‘SpeakUp’ service

CCSD 89 students receive monthly emails to their “” student email accounts with information about how to report bullying, threats, or classmates in crisis. Students can confidentially call, email, or text the “SpeakUp for Safety” tipline at any time. Students can text or call the “SpeakUp” safety line at (630) 348-2033 or email The “SpeakUp” email address is loaded as an automatic contact in all “” student email accounts.