Weekly Warrior

for the week of December 12, 2022

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Mission Statement

"Inspiring a community of learners to believe in themselves and achieve their potential"

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Important Dates Coming Up

PBIS Celebration - Wednesday, December 21, 2022

Winter Break -Thursday, December 22, 2022 - Friday, January 6, 2023

Half Day for Teacher Institute - Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Friday Spirit Day

This Fridays Theme day is UGLY SWEATER DAY

Parent University

As part of our regular Parent University series, District 15 has partnered with psychologist and educator Dr. Doug Bolton to speak with parents/guardians surrounding the growing mental health needs of our students. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, concerns existed surrounding the overall well-being of school-age children as it relates to mental health needs. As we moved through the pandemic, practitioners saw a rise in such needs, as did our schools. That said, however, as challenging as the pandemic has been on so many of us, the disruption of this pandemic has pushed us all to find resilience during a time of remarkable uncertainty and stress.

That is why District 15 has partnered with Dr. Doug Bolton. He will share some of the valuable “lessons learned” about how to use stressful times to build resilience in our children because doing so will help them both now and in the future as they face unexpected challenges. We hope you are able to join us on Wednesday, December 14 at 6:30 p.m. for a presentation entitled: Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Children in a Post-pandemic World.

Dr. Doug Bolton is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Director of School Consultation for Formative Psychological Services. He has spent over 20 years as a psychologist and principal at North Shore Academy and at a K-12 therapeutic school in nearby Highland Park. Dr. Bolton provides consultation, supervision, and professional development to parents, educators, and clinicians throughout northern Illinois as he is passionately committed to creating communities that help foster student and staff resilience. District 15 leadership, as well as our certified staff, benefitted from a similar presentation by Dr. Bolton in August, and know you will find his presentation not only thought provoking, but useful in your role as parent/guardian.

Again, we hope you are able to join Dr. Bolton on Wednesday, December 14, 2022, for our final Parent University of 2022. The session will be held in the Walter R. Sundling Junior High Auditorium. The presentation begins at 6:30 p.m. and will include time for a Q & A.


Extra-Curricular Activities Updates

Our boys basketball team starts their District 15 Tournament this week. Please know that attendance at away District 15 sporting events is only allowed with the presence of an adult.

  • WRESTLING: "Attention all Winston Campus students! It was awesome meeting so many students interested in wrestling on Friday! You have this week and next to register for the upcoming wrestling season. Lots of students have expressed an interest, but we need more of you to login to the wrestling Google classroom and have your parents use the link to register for the team. The more wrestlers we have, the better our team will be. Our Winston Campus wrestling team is inviting all interested student-athletes to join us for the winter wrestling season. We are looking for dedicated students who are open to learning how to wrestle and competing against Sundling, Plum Grove, Sandburg, and many more teams. You can win awards, medals and trophies throughout the season! No prior experience necessary. All weight classes and body types are welcome. We are especially looking for students who want to be the best wrestler they can be! Our weight classes range from 70 pounds to 275 pounds, so you will be competing against students your own size.
  • We encourage all boys and girls to sign up and join the wrestling team. Feel free to have your parents check their emails and sign up as we try to build the best wrestling team in the district. Please see Mr. Suarez in H203 if you need more information or help.

    • VOLLEYBALL Girls Volleyball is a cut sport. This means that everyone does not make the team. We will have tryouts for the team after winter break. All students that want to tryout must register and have a physical turned in to the nurse by December 19th. We will have a meeting and a practice clinic on December 19th and 20th.
    • Girls Volleyball Informational Meeting and Clinic - Only Girls
    • Monday 12/19 - 7th/8th grade Informational Meeting and Clinic
    • Tuesday 12/20 - 7th/8th grade Informational Meeting and Clinic
    Have a parent or guardian register by clicking this link.

    Reporting an Absence

    If your student will be absent for any reason, please give us a call on the attendance line.


    Here to Serve You!

    We want to make sure all of your questions and concerns are addressed. The Winston Campus Jr. High Office is open starting at 6:35AM - 3:05PM. Additionally, our Administrators are available via phone and e-mail. We are here to serve you, so please do not hesitate to reach out!

    Martin Da Costa - Principal

    (847) 963-7405 dacostam@ccsd15.net

    Tomas Reyes - Assistant Principal

    (847) 963-7404 reyest@ccsd15.net

    Sunah Shin - Assistant Principal

    (847) 963-7423 shins@ccsd15.net

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