Help Design Our Diversity Board
Half Day School invites you to help highlight our learning community and the cultures/countries/traditions that represent us as District 103! If you are interested in spotlighting your culture in the front hallway display cases, please add your name to the Diversity Displays Board sheet. Questions? Please email Esther Lee at email@example.com. Thank you!
After School Activities: Begin week of September 18
Principal Coffee: Tuesday, Sept. 19 (Third-grade families only)
Student Council Application: Due Friday, Sept. 22
Lunch & Learn: Virtual "Power of Play" presentation begins at 12:00 p.m. Wednesday, Sept 27
We encourage you to subscribe to the Half Day calendar so meetings and events can automatically be added to your personal calendar. Copy the calendar. Right click the url to a new tab. Download the calendar to your personal calendar.
The Student Council plays a vital role in our school community, representing the voices and ideas of Half Day Students. It's an opportunity for Half Day Students to help plan events/activities and to help make decisions that affect our school. All interested students are encouraged to apply.
To apply, please follow these simple steps:
Read the Student Council letter with your student.
With your student, fill out the application to participate in Student Council no later than Friday, Sept. 22.
We are looking for dedicated, responsible, and enthusiastic students committed to making Half Day School an even better place. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Student Council Teacher Advisors Mrs. Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs. Weinstein at email@example.com.
Vision and Hearing Screenings
Vision and hearing screenings are conducted annually in D103 schools. We send out this courtesy reminder yearly, no action needs to be taken unless you are filing a religious exemption to decline a vision and hearing screening. To review the state mandates we follow, please review the vision and hearing notice on our website for details.
LFF Legacy Brick Fundraiser
Surprise your student with their name engraved in a Learning Fund Foundation brick placed along the Daniel Wright pathway at the school's entrance. Donations to the Learning Fund Foundation are tax deductible.
The Power of Play - How Play Can Help Children Learn Lessons for Life
In this virtual presentation, parents will hear from Dr. Rebecca Isbell, an internationally renowned educator & speaker on how play can be utilized to help advance learning for children. We will also be joined by Ms. Ann Hofmeier, principal at Sprague School, who will reflect on how teachers at Sprague use play daily to promote educational concepts in their classrooms.
- Register -> bit.ly/45PdK6e
Spirit Wear Discount
PTO is offering all PTO members a 15% discount off any Spirit Wear items now through Tuesday, Sept. 19. Please log in to our spirit wear provider SquadLocker to see the offerings. PTO members should have received a separate email with the discount code. Not a PTO Member? Now is the perfect time to sign up and take advantage of the discount.
Neighbors need neighbors to make a difference. Give blood, save lives, and strengthen your community from 2:30 to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, 30 Riverwoods Road, Lincolnshire.
Join us in the adventure of a lifetime! Lincolnshire Cub Scouts Pack 78 is a great way for kids to learn new skills, make new friends, and have fun. We have exciting activities planned throughout the year that will challenge and inspire your child. Sign up today and be part of our pack!