Wright-ings E-Notice

Daniel Wright Junior High School E-Notice - October 19, 2020

Parent/Guardian Permission Needed Today

The D103 PTO, on behalf of Daniel Wright, distributes autumn treats to students in late October. Please sign this permission form today to give DW permission to distribute treats to your student. Please only fill out the form if you have not done so already. Daniel Wright cannot distribute candy to your student without a permission form being filled out.

Thank you!

Marissa Pastori, BSN, RN, PEL-CSN

Certified School Nurse

SEL Puzzle Piece Needed

Students please drop your SEL puzzle piece in the mailbox by the DW front door or give it to your advisory teacher.

Book Bus

Daniel Wright students learning remotely can receive library books delivered to their home. Thanks to a collaboration with the District 103 Transportation Department, students may use this Google Form to request up to three books at a time. The "DW Book Bus" will provide contactless delivery of requested materials to your front door on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Requests for a Tuesday delivery must be submitted by Sunday evening. Requests for a Thursday delivery must be submitted by Tuesday evening. Books must be returned to the drop container located outside of the DW entrance; books may not be sent back with our D103 bus drivers due to COVID protocol.

Please use this Google Form to request print books from the DW Library if you are an in-person DW student. Books will be delivered within 48 hours to your Advisory teacher. Please fill out the form completely, including your Advisory teacher's name AND room number.

Not sure what titles we have? Search our Destiny catalog found on students' iPads. Please read the FAQs for further details. Still have questions? Please contact Mrs. Otto, DW Librarian, at totto@d103.org or Library Assistant, Mrs. Walker, at lwalker@d103.org

Fall Spirit Wear

The PTO now offers Spirit Wear year round. Check out hoodies, long sleeve tees, sweatpants and more.

Questions about Lake County? Your Answer - 211

211 is an easy to remember, 24-hour information and referral helpline in Lake County. It’s designed to reduce time and frustration by acting as a central access point to the health and human services in Lake County.

Call 211 or text 898211

Without 211, people are often faced with finding services on their own. The result is a lot of time spent calling around trying to find the answer to their need. 211 can answer questions about housing, immigration, government, financial support, crisis management, and more.

Daniel Wright Junior High School

Principal Michelle Blackley

Assistant Principal Nina Nusbaum

Assistant Principal Melody Littlefair