March 9, 2023
Corron Mission Statement
From the Principal
Yesterday, Home Access Center opened up with the second trimester report cards for elementary students. As we head into the final semester of the year, this is a good time to sit down with your child to review the report card and the progress he or she has made so far this year. This can lead to setting goals in specific areas, helping your child finish the year strong.
If you have any questions regarding your child’s progress or would like to know what specific goals he or she can focus on for the remainder of the year, please do not hesitate to reach out to the classroom teacher.
Friday, March 10
PTO - Mother Son Dodgeball 6:30-8:15 PM
Sunday, March 12 - Daylight Savings Begin
Tuesday, March 14
Last day to order yearbooks on Pushcoin (see PTO newsletter below)
Friday, March 17
Donuts with Someone Special 7:15 AM
Tuesday, March 21
1st Grade Music Program is at 6:00 PM
3rd Grade Music Program is at 7:00 PM
Spring Break - NO SCHOOL
Monday, April 3
Tuesday, April 4
IAR testing begins for Grades 3-5
Friday, April 7
School Improvement Day - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
LRC Community Newsletter
Chess Scholars - Spring
5Essentials Parent Survey Now Open
Latest PTO News
Supporting Parents in Transformational Times: Meeting the Unique Social and Emotional Needs of Their Gifted Children
Presented by Michele Kane, Ed.D.
Virtual, 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Please register here.
STAR Half Day Workshop
Corron Community Showcase
In an attempt to build additional positive connections between Corron and our community, we’d like to provide students with additional learning experiences through a “Corron Community Showcase”. This will occur during lunch hours (11:00-1:00) beginning in January. We are looking for adult volunteers to present!
Some showcase ideas may include:
a special or hidden talent
a musical performance
a “how-to” lesson
teaching about your career
teaching about a culture or special holiday
The options are endless! Your creativity is welcome!
From 11:00-1:00 you would be presenting a 6-10 minute showcase that would be repeated for each grade level lunch. If you are interested, please fill out this form and someone will be in contact with you! If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Bedenbaugh @
email@example.com or 331-228-6900.
View Notification Preferences/Enable Text Messages
District 303 will send notifications to families through the ParentLink system by text message, phone call and email based on your settings. Parents/guardians can view and edit their contact settings through the Home Access Center.
To receive timely emergency communications, we strongly encourage families to enable text notifications. For most people, this is the fastest way to receive and view important messages. Here’s how:
- From the HAC main menu, select the “registration” tab to view your contact settings
- Select the “edit” button to change your contact settings
- To enable text message notifications, enter your cell phone number in the SMS/text message field
- Select the “save” button
From the Health Office
The peak of the cold and flu season is upon us! Recently, the nurses in District 303 have been caring for a number of students experiencing fevers and other cold-like symptoms. We are also aware that some students are absent from school because they have been diagnosed with the flu and other respiratory illnesses, such as RSV. During the months of October through April, each school in District 303 tracks influenza activity in cooperation with the Kane County Health Department. We consult with their staff to determine whether influenza activity in a school warrants additional follow up and, at this time, no additional interventions are needed. Preventative measures remain the most effective way to reduce the spread of influenza and other viral illnesses.
Students who present to the Health Office with a fever and/or feeling poorly are sent home. To prevent widespread illness in school, we recommend that your child stay home from school if experiencing flu or cold symptoms. To decide whether or not to send your child to school, please consider the following guidelines:
CONSIDER KEEPING YOUR CHILD AT HOME for an extra day of rest and observation if he or she has any of the following symptoms:
Very stuffy or runny nose and/or cough
Mild sore throat (no fever, no known exposure to strep)
Mild stomach ache
DEFINITELY KEEP YOUR CHILD AT HOME for treatment and observation if he or she has any of these symptoms:
Fever (greater than 100 degrees)
Vomiting (even once)
General malaise or feelings of fatigue
Frequent congested (wet) or croupy cough
Lots of nasal congestion with frequent blowing of nose
TO HELP PREVENT THE FLU AND OTHER COLDS, teach your children good hygiene habits:
Wash hands frequently
Do not touch eyes, nose or mouth
Cover mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing, use a paper tissue, throw it away and then wash hands
Avoid close contact with people who are ill
Colds and viruses are the most contagious during the first 48 hours. A child who has a fever should remain at home until "fever free" and for a minimum of 24 hours. A child who has started antibiotics needs to be on medication for at least 24 hours before he/she is considered non-contagious and able to return to school. Keeping your ill child at home will minimize the spread of infections and viruses in the classroom!
Thank you in advance for helping make this year at school as healthy as possible.
Health Office Contact Information
Organic Life seeking candidates:
Organic Life, the K-8 Food Service provider is looking for candidates to serve as Cashiers, Food Service Workers & Lunchroom Supervisors for the 2022-2023 school year in School District 303. Please contact Patricia Burton at 331-228-5242 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.