CCSD 180 Parent Newsletter
Pillars Health Clinic is open every Wednesday at AMJE - Call 708-745-5277 for an appointment.
HCS Food Pantry is open every Wednesday. Car line up is at 4:30 PM at AMJE.
SAMS Clinic at AMJE - call 630-474-4724 for an appointment.
10:00AM - 12:00PM Free medical treatment
November 12, December 3 & 11, January 7 & 22, February 4 & 19
November 14 Late Start
November 21 & 22 Parent Teacher Conferences (Please return the conference request forms sent home on November 1st)
SCHOOL IS CLOSED
Community House Programming for 20 students Maximum.
HCS Food Pantry is closed
Pillars Health is closed
NO SCHOOL November 24 & 25 - SCHOOL IS CLOSED - NO COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM
Information and Articles for CCSD 180 Parents
CCSD 180 Schools Receive Commendable Designation! Please read Dr. Schneider's Report Card Letter below.
Anne M Jeans Drop off and Pick Up Information
Pick up time is 3:15PM for grades K - 4 at door 1 or door 11.
If you are dropping off or picking up students in the back at the circle where Kingery Quarter meets Ivy Lane please be aware of the following:
*You may not exit your vehicle on the road/circle drive to walk with students or meet students.
*Students should enter and exit the car on the curb side to be safe.
*Do not block cars, driveways or the roadway.
When driving, It is always best to drop off and pick up students at door 1 where supervision is provided.
Please make sure your students are bundled up to wait for the school bus or wait outside the building until breakfast is open. Students are let in the building at AMJE from 7:35 - 7:45AM for breakfast. Students arriving after 7:45AM wait outdoors until 7:55AM. At BRMS students enter the building as soon as they disembark from the bus.
Students in grades PK - 5 will go outside for recess daily. It is important for students to get outside, socialize with friends, move around and get fresh air. Please make sure your student is dressed for the weather. In the case of extreme cold, rain, wind, or snow, recess will be held in doors.
Winter Weather E-Learning Day Information
Skyward Family Access
Skyward Family Access
Did you know that parents/guardians have access to view their students' grades, assignments and attendance?
Don't know your parent/guardian login information, No problem!
Visit our website for account help and tutorials on how to use the Skyward Family Access Portal.
Chromebooks at Home
INCENTIVES AT SCHOOL!
These incentive monies can be spent on a number of fun food items, rewards, and prizes. Ask your student how much incentive money they have earned and saved.
Free Webinars for Families
Looking at Behavior with New Eyeshttps://www.starnetregionii.org/calendar/families-looking-behavior-new-eyes
Anatomy of a Meltdown
Transforming Agressive Behaviors
If you or someone you know is in crisis, the following resources can help.
School Safety Resources:
We believe that a student's right to feel safe in school is paramount and contributes significantly to that student's capacity for learning and social development. In our ongoing effort to maintain a safe learning environment for all of our students, CCSD 180 has developed three new methods of reporting incidents of school safety and/or bullying to school personnel. We encourage students and parents to utilize these resources to report any incidents of which they have knowledge. When a message is retrieved by school personnel, the incident will be investigated and responded to accordingly, by social workers, administration, and or the Threat Assessment Committee.
Online Form to Report Bullying or Possible Threats to School Safety:
Voicemail to Report Bullying or Possible Threats to School Safety:
Anne M. Jeans Elementary School: (630) 734-6691 (Coming Soon!)
Burr Ridge Middle School: (630) 734-6692 (Coming Soon!)
If you require an immediate response, please contact the police.
DuPage County Sheriff's Department:
Burr Ridge Police Department:
Definition of Bullying Behaviors:
These are systematic and persistent behaviors that do not recognize the rights of others. Bullying occurs when someone keeps hurting, frightening, threatening or leaving someone out on purpose. Bullying is not a one-time incident. Bullying interactions are carried out continually over time. Actions that are considered bullying behaviors include:
Direct (Face-To-Face) Bullying:
Verbal Bullying- name-calling, mocking, hurtful teasing, insults, put-downs, humiliating, racist or sexist comments, harassment
Physical Bullying- shoves, pushes, hitting, beating up, stealing, damaging property, assault
Psychological Bullying- giving dirty looks, uttering threats, forms of intimidation, extortion
Indirect (Behind Someone's Back) Bullying:
This is also referred to as relational aggression or social bullying.
Gossiping “lowering people's opinions about the student who is targeted as a victim
Social Aggression “ telling people not to be friends with a student who is targeted as a victim, spreading rumors, and damaging friendships
Leaving Out- shunning, exclusion
Cyber Bullying- The use of electronic technology as a means of bullying and harassing may involve sending threatening or harassing emails or instant messages, creating a website that belittles or ridicules another student, taking unflattering or inappropriate pictures of another student without their permission and sharing them with others or posting them on an internet site, stealing someone's password and sending mean messages to others