October 27, 2022
Dates To Remember
Monday, October 31- Class Halloween parties and parade--see below for specifics
Tuesday, November 1-Picture Retakes
November 4- Primary Dance
November 8- State Holiday (general elections)
November 10- Veteran's Day Celebration
November 11-Tiger Trot
November 18- Trimester Ends
November 21- November 25- Thanksgiving recess- No School
Picture Make Up And Retake Day-November 1
Picture make up and retake day will take place on November 1st. Students needing a retake should bring their original picture package to the photographer. The picture package will be reprinted with the retake image.
Absent students can download the flyer below to order packages.
Any questions please email Mrs. Flint email@example.com
Student Council Coat Drive
Student Council will be hosting a winter coat drive for Cradles to Crayons beginning this Thursday, October 27th until Friday, November 4th. Please encourage students to bring in gently used winter gear (coats, gloves, hats, boots, snow pants) to help children in need in the Chicago area. Students can place items in the bin located near the main office.
Monday 9:00 Halloween Parade (weather permitting)
Kindergarten 9 - 9:30 AM
1st Grade 9:45 – 10:15 AM
4th Grade 10:30 – 11:15 AM
2nd Grade 12:45 – 1:15 PM
3rd Grade 1:30 – 2:15 PM
5th Grade 2:30 – 3:15 PM
Cultural Awareness Week
Cultural Awareness Week is January 30th to February 3rd, 2023, and International Night is Thursday, February 2nd, 2023. The annual event celebrates the rich cultural heritage of our school community. International Night is scheduled on the same evening as Open House and includes a parade, dances and ethic food tables. Please fill out the International Night participation form:
Our past event was so special that it was covered in the newspaper:
We are encouraging all children to participate, and we're also looking for adult volunteers. For more information, please email Marta Blasiak firstname.lastname@example.org or Ewa Sumsky email@example.com. We can’t wait to bring this tradition back!
Support the D64 Band Orchestra Parents Association (B.O.P.A.)
Dine to Donate at City Barbeque in Park Ridge!
20% of proceeds go to the D64 Band Orchestra Parents Association (BOPA)
Thursday November 10, 2022
City Barbeque, Park Ridge
123 N. Northwest Hwy
Park Ridge, IL 60068
Ordering in person? Show this message to the cashier at checkout (either a printout or just on your phone).
Ordering online or in the app? Use code FundA at checkout at https://www.citybbq.com/order for pickup on Thursday November 10th. Once you enter the code, you must click the red + button to apply the fundraiser code to your order.
Ordering over the phone? Ask to apply code FundA when you provide your payment information.
Remember: all orders must be picked up on Thursday November 10th from City Barbeque Park Ridge for it to count toward our fundraiser.
Lost & Found---LAST CHANCE FOR THIS MONTH!
Please send your student to the office to claim these glasses that are lost.
Electronic Device Policy
Cell phones and other electronic devices are to be powered off and kept in the student’s locker during the school day. Any digital communications device (e.g., “smart” watch, GPS tracker, etc.) must be kept in the student’s locker during the school day.
Click the photo to the left for the direct link to the D64 Parent Handbook device policy (p. 68).
Be a Safe Driver!
· Park legally – don’t block crosswalks or double park
· Respect school neighbors –please do not park in or block their driveways.
· Parents and children should not use the Staff parking lot
· Do not make U-turns or turn around in driveways.
· “Attended” parkers must stay in their vehicles at all times.
· Obey “kiss ’n go” zones on Prospect Avenue
BE A GOOD ROOSEVELT NEIGHBOR AND HOLD ONTO YOUR MASK
Please remember to hold onto your mask when on school grounds to prevent stary masks from ending up in any of the yards surrounding Roosevelt. Thank you!