April 29, 2019
May 2 - CUSD 200 Town Hall - Budget & Finance 7:00pm Hubble MS
May 4 - CUSD 200 Town Hall - Budget & Finance 10:00am WWSHS
May 7 - Monroe Parent Night for incoming 6th grade 7:00pm
May 9 - 2nd grade virtual field trip 10:30am
May 9 - Kane County Cougars game - Ozzie's Reading Club 6:30pm
May 13 - Washington Fine Arts Concert - chorus, band, and orchestra 7:00pm
May 14 - 4th grade field trip
May 14 - 2nd grade virtual field trip 10:00am
May 14 - Mobile Food Pantry 4:15pm
May 15- Franklin Parent Night for incoming 6th grade 7:00pm
May 17 - 3rd grade field trip
May 17 - PTA Spring Fling 6:30pm-8:00pm
May 21 - PTA CANCELLED
May 23 - 24 - 5th Grade Outdoor Education
May 27 - NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day
May 28 - Mr. Nicky presentation for 5th grade
May 31 - 2nd grade field trip
June 3 - Yearbook distribution
June 3 - Matt Wilhelm from America's Got Talent - BMX Bike Assembly - morning
June 3 - "Welcome to the Nest" event at Monroe Middle School for incoming 6th graders 6:30pm
June 5 - Field Day
June 6 - Field Day Rain Date
June 11 - Last Day of School
June 11 - End-of-Year Assembly 2:00pm
Please note that both the north and south sides of Bridle Lane are no parking zones from 8:00am until 4:00pm. The Wheaton Police Department acknowledges that parents need to line up for student drop-off and pick-up, but this area still remains a no parking area.
Please do not start lining up in your car until 8:45am for school arrival and 3:15pm for school dismissal. Vehicles in this area prior to these times or vehicles that are left unoccupied are subject to citation.
In addition, please take care to leave driveways accessible when you are in the car line. Also, there should not be any double-parking.
Thanks for a Great Fun Fair & Book Fair, PTA!
Thinking of Next Year
As spring is in full swing, I know that many of your thoughts are already turning toward next school year. Soon, I will begin working with the teachers on student placement for next year. Since students move in and out of our attendance area and staffing can change over the summer, the process will continue into August. We do our best to develop classes that provide the best opportunities for optimal teaching and learning. Due to the complex nature of developing class lists, it is impossible to accommodate requests for specific classroom teachers. The following quote is from the Parent/Student Handbook:
Many professional hours of planning and preparation are spent in the spring to ensure the most appropriate class placement for each child. To change even one student can upset the balance that was very carefully created by teachers and principals. Therefore, requests for a child's placement with a specific teacher are not invited.
We do value your input, and we invite you to share your thoughts and impressions about your child's needs. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It will be most helpful to receive any information you have to share by mid-May. Please understand that class placements will not be finalized and communicated to parents until sometime in August.
K-2 Author Visit with Adam Rubin
From the Health Office
The Health Office would greatly appreciate donations of gently used pants with elastic waistbands in all sizes. Muddy season is here, and some students will need to borrow clean pants. Thank you!
Knight Writers (and Speakers and Video Creators)!
As part of the CUSD 200 Vision 2022 teachers in all grades are focusing on developing students' skills in writing and message production (speaking, presenting, creating videos). We are also working to create opportunities for students to write and communicate with authentic audiences. Student writing and message production will be included in the Knightly News this year. Enjoy!
Check out these photos of 3rd graders presenting their research on famous Americans!
Thank You , WatchDOGS!