February 12, 2021
PLEASE...NO PARKING OR DROP OFF ON LIBERTY BETWEEN WOODLAWN AND KNOLLWOOD
- As a reminder....there is NO parking on Liberty between Woodlawn and Knollwood. That is our bus zone. (See the yellow line on the photo)
- If you're dropping off a student please use Eagle's Nest!
- If you are parking and walking a student to their line, please choose Knollwood eastside, Woodlawn north of Liberty or Liberty west of Woodlawn.
A video about Mathnasium:
A link to sign up for Virtual Family Math Night:
Calling all soon to be kindergarteners!
Kindergarten Planning Forms
If you have a child (or know someone that doesn't currently have children in school) that will be 5 years old by September 1, 2021 please let the office know!
We would love to put you on our list of incoming kindergarteners! We will be able to pass along all of the information that is needed for dates, times and all upcoming events for 2021-22!
Kindergarten Kick Off
Kick Off will look different this year. We will have a video with kindergarten information that parents can view starting March 1st or 2nd. On March 4th, we will have a video conference with parents to answer questions they still may have.
(Because time is limited on the video conference, please make sure you have watched the video before the March 4th meeting).
Any parent interested in enrolling their student in All Day Kindergarten, and wants to be on the districts interest list, needs to be registered before March 24. March 24th 8am the list will be available online to show interest in All Day Kindergarten. When the list is full, families may go on a waiting list but are not assured a spot for the 2021-22 school year.
Emerson Office 630-682-2055
Thanks, Catherine and Christy
Pizza Fun Facts
- We consume around 251,770,000 pounds of pepperonis every year, which is in the US, is the most ordered topping
- Some popular pizza toppings in Japan are squid and Mayo Jaga (mayonnaise, potato and bacon)
- Each person in America eats about 46 pizza slices a year.
- The largest pizza ever made was 122 ft. 8 in. in diameter. The pizza needed 9,920 lb of flour, 198 lb of salt, 3968 lb of cheese, and 1,984 lb of tomato puree
- About 3 billion pizzas are sold annually in the U.S. (Over 5 billion pizzas are sold worldwide)