Everett Weekly 9.30.22
September 30, 2022
A Message from the Principal
Friday Family Newsletter
What a beautiful first full week of fall! And the return of the Home Tour solidifies that we are back to normal. I would like to personally thank the Spirit of 67 and all the amazing families that worked so hard to support this endeavor in honor of our students. Thank you for all you do! Enjoy this beautiful weekend ahead!
Ask your child about Stop Think Plan (STP). We have been working with students to help with problem solving when they are in the middle of a conflict. We encourage you practice it at home. Ask your child if they've used it yet?
STOP--take a moment to pause if you are getting frustrated
THINK--think about staying calm, what you want and what the other person might want
PLAN--think of a possible solution and talk about it
Dress warmly as the temperature starts to cool down.
Congratulations to our newly elected Student Leadership Team representatives!
We will be having our first meeting this Wednesday morning at 7:15am in the library to elect our president. Stay tuned for more exciting announcements from this powerhouse team.
Champions Afterschool Program
Champions offers afterschool care at Everett during the school year - and has options for care during spring, summer, and winter break. No matter the time of year, Champions is there for your family.
Visit their website www.DiscoverChampions.com to enroll your child and secure a spot for the 2022/2023 school year.
New Procedure for Parents/Guardians of Students Who Need to Ride a Different Bus
If your child plans to ride on a bus other than the one to which they are assigned (for example, riding home with a friend), parents and guardians are now required to notify your school office no later than 11:00 AM that day. If the office does not receive notification, the student will not be allowed to change buses. This update is being made for purposes of safety, security, and efficiency. Please contact your principal with questions. Thank you!
Individual assessment reports will be mailed to parents/guardians next week for the Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) and fall FastBridge screening. IAR scores are from Spring 2022. FastBridge scores are from Fall 2022. Students in 7th grade will receive an ISA report from the 2021 school year. More information about each assessment is provided in this summary.
Deerpath Road Resurfacing
In conjunction with the IDOT pump station project, a section of Deerpath Road will be resurfaced between Westmoreland Road and 255 W. Deerpath Road (the Lake Forest Public Safety Building), beginning the week of October 10. Resurfacing should be complete by the end of October, weather permitting. Traffic impacts and delays are anticipated during the resurfacing.
Sidewalk and Road Closures
ComEd continues work on replacing the bridge that runs parallel to Route 41 along Deerpath Road. To limit traffic impacts, the contractor has been instructed to avoid lane closures on weekdays during peak commute hours (i.e., 7-8 am, 3-4 pm).
For safety reasons, the north and south sidewalks in the area will be closed beginning Monday, October 3, and will remain closed until the new bridge is completed, likely sometime in early November. Deer Path Middle School students who use those thoroughfares to walk or bike to school will need to make alternate transportation arrangements during this time.
Deerpath Road will be completely closed from Ahwahnee Lane to Route 41 from the evening of Friday, November 4 through the morning of Monday, November 7 while ComEd’s contractor installs the bridge deck beams.
For further information, please visit the City’s Construction Project Updates web page.
Multicultural Family Meet-up
Tuesday, Oct 11
Please join us for a Multicultural Family Meet-up on Tuesday, October 11, 4:45-5:45 pm, at the Everett school playground. The district’s Multilingual Learner teachers are hosting an informal gathering for the kids to play and the families to get to know each other. All D67 families welcome–hope to see you there!
Lake Forest & Lake Bluff Community Safety Series
Join the Lake Forest and Lake Bluff Policy Departments and the District 65, 67, and 115 Parent Organizations for a new event series to educate parents and adult community members about important safety topics. The first event is on October 18 – The Role of the School Resource Officer.
The Great Full Market
School Districts 65, 67, and 115 will co-host the second annual Great Full Market with Beacon Place and Quest Food Management Services on Sunday, October 16, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Great Full Market is a free farmers market and family festival for residents of Waukegan. The event will take place on the grounds of Beacon Place located at 603 S. McAlister Ave. in Waukegan.
The Great Full Market, hosted this year on World Food Day, provides members of the Waukegan community the opportunity to pick up fresh produce, dry goods such as beans and rice, and other pantry items, all at no cost. Families can also enjoy hot chocolate, churros, and activities including soccer, Lotería, face painting, and crafts led by Lake Forest and Lake Bluff students.
Donate to the Great Full Market
If you would like to make a monetary donation to the Great Full Market, please visit our website.
Volunteer for the Great Full Market
The Great FULL Market on Sunday, October 16 provides a farmer's market setting where families can select their own foods that align to their needs and preferences. We are looking for adult volunteers to set up and assist families during the market, and students who are excited about playing soccer, handing out hot chocolate, assisting with the market activities, and facilitating Loteria with kids while their parents shop. We expect there to be about 200 families present with about 500 individuals being served on that day.
Please review the available slots on this form, and click on the button to sign up. Thank you!
Food Service News
I can’t believe October is here! Our Boo Bash Committee is working hard! October 28 should be a blast!
Please see our WHAT’S HAPPENING section below and mark your calendars!
Have a great weekend!
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WHAT’S HAPPENING! .
Saturday, Oct. 8 7:00pm First Grade Parent Only Social at the home of The Fowlers! Evites have been sent.
Thursday, Oct. 13 Picture Retake Day and Visiting Author, Aaron Reynolds
Saturday, Oct. 15 7:00pm Fourth Grade Parent Only Social at the home of The Naninis! Evites have been sent.
Tuesday, Oct. 18 7-8:00pm at Deer Path Middle School Community Safety Series: The SRO’s Roles👮🏼
Wednesday, Oct. 19 9:15am Everett APT meeting in Library🗓
Friday, Oct. 28 4:15-5:15p K-2nd 5:45-6:45p 3rd & 4th BOO BASH👻
Saturday, Nov.5 6:30pm Third Grade Parent Only Social at the home of The Turners! Evites have been sent
❣️Wear Red on Fridays❣️Everett Spirit Days are always on Fridays. If you ordered spirit wear, it should be in mid Oct. Wear red or any Everett clothing on Fridays!
📆Wednesday, Oct. 19 Everett APT Meeting-Everyone is welcome to attend! Meeting is held in the Library. Coffee and chat 9:15-9:25 Meeting will start at 9:30.
Want to catch some rays, see smiling faces, and help support the most fun part of the school day? Become a Recess Volunteer by contacting Shayna Fullarton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Bourdo and Ivonne Georgas for the amazing bulletin board!
Spirit of 67 News
Special thanks to our incredible volunteers who ensured the event was harmonious and seamless. Also to the florists, food and beverage providers, tablescape designers, and landscapers whose attention to detail embellished every part of the tour.
Congratulations to all the Raffle winners who were notified today! Every sponsor, guest and raffle participant played such an important part in the success of the day which was set upon some of the most breathtaking backdrops of our community. Thank you for making the Spirit of 67’s signature fundraising event one of the most memorable ever!
Most important of all—we could not have done it without the generosity of the four homeowners for having opened their homes, gardens and hearts to help the Spirit of 67 fundraiser for our students ! We are so fortunate to have the greatest neighbors right here in Lake Forest! Thank you Homeowners!
Community News & Events
New This Week...
CROYA Big Wheel Grand Prix! Friday, Sept. 30th 5:00pm-7:30pm in the CROYA parking lot. All 7th-8th graders welcome! Sign up on our website, https://croya.com/ . For more information check out our flyer! Big Wheel GP Flyer: https://croya.com/wp2015/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/09302022-Big-Wheel.pdf
Monday, Oct. 10th CROYA is taking a 7th & 8th grade trip to Fright Fest Great America! Limited space available. More information and the Fright Fest permission slip can be found on https://croya.com/.
Join Scouting! All-Town Scout Open House - Boys & Girls through grade 5 - Saturday, October 1 from 12-2 p.m. at West Park, Green Bay Road & East Westminster.
Race to Renew - 5K & Fun Run - October 1 at Lake Forest High School
1111 Everett School Rd.
Lake Forest, Illinois 60045