Message From Central Road School
Mrs. Joanna Shostachuk, School Principal
A Note from Mrs. Shostachuk 09/04/2022
Dear Central Road Families:
Thank you for attending our Parent Orientation Night this past week. We truly enjoyed sharing our overview(s) and plan(s) for the school year. We too take such great pride in serving our students and families. May you find time to rest and relax over the long, Labor Day weekend. We will see everyone on Tuesday, September 6th. Thank you for your support and dedication to our school!
Important Dates to Remember
- Monday, September 5th-NO School Labor Day
- Tuesday, September 6th-PTA Fundraiser Kick-Off Assembly for students
- Wednesday, September 7th-PTA Meeting 6:30 pm
- Friday, September 9th-Early Release Dismissal at 3:05 pm
- Monday, September 12th-Practice Lock Down Safety Drill
- Wednesday, September 14th-Board of Education Meeting at 7:00 pm
- Friday, September 16th-Early Release Dismissal at 3:05 pm
Arrival and Dismissal Information
Parents who drop off or pick up students must form a single file line in the front drop off lane against the long, narrow grassy island. Students should be ready to exit the vehicle (passenger side) upon pulling into our school lot and parents should remain in their vehicles. Students will then walk along the island to the crossing guard.
All Student who cross Central Road, must cross with Miss Kathy, the crossing guard.
Walker will enter in Door 4. Students that ride the bus will enter at Door 1.
Students will be dismissed at the bell. Mon.-Thur. at 3:55pm & Fridays at 3:05 pm
Improving our accuracy will in turn improve our efficiency. Thank you for your patience and understanding!
Lunch Hour Schedule
Grades 1 & 2-Eat, Recess, Recess
Grades 3 & 4-Recess, Eat, Recess
Grades 5 & 6-Recess, Recess, Eat
Wolf Pack Leader of the Week-NEW this year!
What is PBIS?
Safety Drills for 2022-2023
Safety comes first! Staff and students will participate in several safety drills this year. When discussing school safety and practice drills, staff have been trained to approach each one with calmness and care coupled with the use of kid-friendly verbiage. Practice drills will communicated out in a timely fashion. Schools are required by Illinois School Code to conduct the following drills:
*Three evacuation drills. One of the three evacuation drills must be supervised by the fire department.
*One bus evacuation drill.
*One severe weather/shelter-in-place drill.
* Two law enforcement (lockdown) drills. One of these two law enforcement drills must be a staff initiated lock-down.
*Relocation Drill-our relocation site will be Conyers Learning Academy (CLA)
We plan to hold a fire drill this month while the weather remains favorable. We too will hold our first lock-down drill on Monday, September 12th.
Please also take a moment to review some updated information regarding lockdown information related to House Bill 2400 (The School Safety Drill Act) Lockdown Opt-Out.
Report Card Updates for 2022-2023
1=DEVELOPING: The student begins to understand concepts, but requires teacher assistance
2=PROGRESSING: The student develops an understanding of concepts to complete tasks and often works independently.
3=MASTERY: The student demonstrates a thorough knowledge of concept and is applying knowledge in novel situations.
Emphasizes specific skills and concepts, rather than assigning one overall grade in a subject
Shows the student’s performance level on essential standards over time
Separates social skills and work habits from academic grades; these two areas are reported separately to allow for a more accurate reporting of a student’s actual performance level on each standard
Creates consistency and continuity in assessing student performance among teachers within and across buildings in the district
More information to come as we get closer to Report Card in November
NEW Science for Grade 6
Our 6th grade school science materials are phenomenon-based, three-dimensional units that prioritize student coherence and equitable science sensemaking. The units are developed with teacher and student voices from across the country informing the selection of the phenomena and the storyline of the unit. Throughout our units, students develop their ability to solve problems, ask and answer questions, and argue from evidence.
Central Road Spirit Wear
Link is HERE
A Note from the Central Road Health Office
Thank you for submitting any needed medical paperwork to the Nurse's Office. We are in need of lightly used and/or new boys and/or girls pants (any size) for the nurse's office. If you have any to donate, please kindly drop them off to our school office. Please email me with any questions related to your child's health needs at school.
Nurse Angelica firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Information for Central Road School
Welcome to Central Road Elementary School, Home of the Wolves!
We are located at 3800 Central Road Rolling Meadows, IL 60008-2554.
Our main office phone number is 847-963-5100. Our Absence Line is 847-963-5101.
Principal: Mrs. Shostachuk 847-963-5105 email@example.com
Assistant Principal: Mrs. Green 847-963-5104 firstname.lastname@example.org
Elementary Secretary: Mrs. Rogers 847-963-5180 email@example.com
Office Clerical: Mrs. Aguilar firstname.lastname@example.org
School Nurse: Mrs. Caballero email@example.com