June 10, 2019
June 11 - Last Day of School
June 11 - End-of-Year Assembly 2:00pm
June 13 - Summer LLC 1:00pm-6:00pm - Check out books for summer reading!
June 19 - Last day Washington Office is open.
August 1 - Washington Office re-opens
August 5 - Summer LLC 1:00pm-4:00pm - Check out books for summer reading!
August 6 - Walk-in registration 9:00am - noon and 3:00pm - 7:00pm
August 16 - Classroom placement information available in Synergy ParentVue 4:00pm
August 21 - First Day of School for Grades 1-5
August 22 - First Day of School for kindergarten
August 23 - PTA Ice Cream Social 6:30pm - 8:00pm
September 2 - NO SCHOOL - Labor Day
September 5 - Curriculum Night Time TBD
Staff Changes for Next Year (Revised)
Crossing guard, Mr. Charlie Matthews, will be retiring at the end of this school year after 50 years as a City of Wheaton employee. Mr. Matthews has held a number of positions with the city and has assisted Washington families in crossing President Street for the last nine years. If you have encountered Mr. Matthews (Charlie) during your time at Washington, please join us in wishing him a happy retirement.
Ms. Melissa Koenig worked as an EL teacher this year at Washington and Lowell. Next year, she will be a full-time EL teacher at Lowell. Mrs. Cathy Liebenow taught music this year at Washington, Whittier, and Sandburg. Mrs. Liebenow will be leaving at the end of this school year and teaching music outside of CUSD 200 next year. We wish Ms. Koenig and Mrs. Liebenow all the best!
Ms. Amy Consolazio, 2nd grade teacher, will be returning to Madison Elementary School next year. Ms. Consolazio moved from Madison this year when their enrollment changed; she now has the opportunity to return, and we wish her well!
Thank you to Mrs. Megan Burke for moving into the special education resource position this winter, replacing the late Mrs. Mary Schlick. The position was a one-year only position, so we wish Mrs. Burke all the best.
Mrs. Beth Miller, 2nd grade teacher, will be moving into a full-time special education resource position next school year. This will give Mrs. Miller the opportunity to work with Washington students in all grades and to utilize her LBS1 special education licensure. The special education team welcomes her on board! Mrs. Craig will share information about a teacher to replace Mrs. Miller in 2nd grade later this summer.
Parent Summer Book Give-Away - Pass it On!
Summer Learning Resources
Thursday, June 13 - 1:00pm-6:00pm
Monday, August 5 - 1:00pm-4:00pm
Also, check out the LLC webpage for links to reading, research, math, and coding websites.
Math coach, Mrs. Russelle, recommends https://gregtangmath.com/ for math games and the summer math challenge and these math sites as well:
Our reading teachers, Mrs. Dillon, Ms. O'Shea, and Mr. Cerny have shared these resources:
Picture Book Read-Alouds:
Summer reading program at Wheaton Public Library
Summer reading program at Carol Stream Public Library
17 Free Summer Reading Programs - The Suburban Mom
Registration for 2019-2020 is Open
- Review, update and confirm student permissions, contact information, Military-Connected student status, Incoming Kindergarten Early Childhood History and general student demographics.
- Review fees and select a payment option.
- Confirm you have reviewed/updated student information and processed fees
You can also access ParentVUE from the District website, www.cusd200.org/register, or on the homepage of any school website. If you cannot remember your password for ParentVUE, you can reset it on the ParentVUE website. If you have questions with registration email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 630-784-7396 or contact your child’s school.
Military Connected Student Status
School districts are required by the State of Illinois to collect Military-Connected student data as part of the Every Student Succeeds ACT (ESSA). Collecting this data is a required part of registering your child(ren) for the new school year. Details regarding indicating a student as a Military-Connected student can be found here.
Fee Information & Waiver
A complete list of 2019-20 Student Fees can be found here. To apply for a waiver of fees, please review information on our website for instructions and necessary documentation. Applications for the National School Lunch Program will be available after July 1, 2019.
Physical examination and immunizations are required before entering school in specific grades. Health requirement information can be found here. All documentation should be submitted to your school nurse as soon as possible and is expected before the first day of school. If you have questions, contact your school nurse.
High School Athletics & Activities Registration
Please find athletics registration information on Wheaton North and Wheaton Warrenville South’s websites. Note that there are additional health requirements and due dates for participation in high school athletics. Confirmation of having read the District 200 Co-Curricular Code, IHSA Key Provisions Regarding IHSA Rules and Student Athlete Consent to Treat-(Wheaton North Only) are required as part of Athletics registration.
All schools have the ability to send text notifications to parents. To opt-in to text notifications, please make sure to list a cell number in the Cell field in your ParentVUE account. To check if you have a cell number listed, look within your ParentVUE account under the “My Account” tab. Even if you have a cell number listed as your home number, you will still need to add a number to the Cell field in order to opt-in.
Before you leave registration, please make sure to sign up for your school PTA or Booster Club. During the registration process, you can make a donation to our District's education foundation, the Student Excellence Foundation, by adding to your fees.
Please register your child(ren) and pay any necessary fees by June 30. If paid after June 30, fees increase by $10 per child. For questions regarding fees, please refer to the posted fee schedule.
Thanks to PTA, Mrs. Libby Hafkey & all the Volunteers! Field Day was so FUN!
Information about Band/Orchestra Registration for Next Year's 5th Graders
6th Grade School Supply Kits for Franklin
Carlson's School Supply Kits are now available to order for your 6th grader for the 2019-2020 school year!
This is as an option for anyone who would like the convenience of prepaying for your students' school supplies. One less thing to worry about when it's back-to-school time in August!
Just go to www.carlsonschoolkits.com and search for Franklin Middle School to order.
The deadline to order is June 17th! Orders must be picked up at Carlson’s Store (111 E. Front St.) between July 25th and August 2nd.
Any questions- contact Ruth Lange at email@example.com or 630-673-0227.