Laura B. Sprague School - March 31, 2021
Did Your Student Participate in the Global Book Club?
No matter how many "virtual" countries your child has visited by the end of March, if your child participated in the Global Book Club, please take a picture of your child and their 'world traveler passport', reading, or doing a World Traveler activity and send it to email@example.com or text it to her at 847-791-3749.
During the month of March, Sprague challenged students to participate in a Global Book Club. The theme was celebrating a nation of diverse readers! Students were asked to do the following:
- Print out the World Traveler Passport record keeping sheet.
- Each school day in March a Seesaw activity was pushed out on your child's iPad. The Seesaw activity included resources to learn about a specific country that may include a read aloud, virtual fields trips, crafts, songs, and dances.
- After your child explored a country, the child was asked to color in that country's flag on their passport! This was an optional activity for your child to enjoy and explore on their own.
Virtual 5K Run/Walk
D103 PTO's virtual 5K run/walk event is now open for registration.
In order to keep our community safe and continue to raise funds for our school district, the D103 PTO will host its first ever (hopefully only) Run for D103 VIRTUAL 5K Run/Walk. Please visit the Run for D103 website to learn more about the event and register.
Enrichment Summer School
The Center for Gifted offers in-person spring and summer classes in Long Grove and Elmhurst. Please visit the Center for Gifted website. Masks are required, social distancing is enforced, and hand sanitizer must be non-scented. All classes are a maximum of 10-12 children. Students need NOT be tested or identified as gifted, just eager to learn!
Community Dialogue on Race
Women United (United Way) is offering a virtual event, "Community Dialogue on Race: Moving from Ideas to Action" from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 7. Please register for this event.