1 Prairieview School Est E. Belvidere Rd., Hainesville, IL Phone (847) Fax (847) Vince Murray, Principal January 25, 2013 Dear Prairieview Parents and Guardians, Now that winter has officially arrived and the temperature and snow are falling, please remember the 5 points. Our students have outside recess on most winter days. It is important that they be dressed for the snow. In order to play on the field or playground equipment on snowy days, children must have 5 points, which are snow pants, boots, gloves/mittens, a winter coat, and a hat. The blacktop provides a play area for children who are not dressed for the snow. Thank you for your help. Welcoming a new year provides a great time for reflection and thankfulness. One way we show thankfulness for one another at Prairieview is by embracing our FISH Philosophy. The FISH Philosophy is comprised of four major ideas: Being There for one another, Choosing A Great Attitude, finding ways to Play, and taking time to Make Somebody s Day. We take time each and every week to celebrate one another with a FISH ticket. *Making My Day *Choosing A Great Attitude *Being Playful *Being Present We as a staff would like to take this opportunity to celebrate all of the families at Prairieview for participating in the FISH Philosophy even if you weren t aware of it. Thank you for Being Present in our school community, finding ways to Play by attending all of our extra events, Choosing a Great Attitude and working as a team with our school staff, and most importantly Making Our Day by sending your kids to Prairieview and allowing us to make a difference in their lives. If you would like to participate further in our building philosophy and acknowledge a Prairieview staff member, we invite you to fill out a FISH ticket available in the front office. Together we will continue to make Prairieview a great place for kids! Sincerely, The Prairieview Staff
2 Viernes, 20 de enero de 2012 Prairieview School Est E. Belvidere Rd., Hainesville, IL Phone (847) Fax (847) Vince Murray, Principal Viernes, 25 de enero de 2013 Estimados Padres y/o Tutore Legales de Prairieview, Ahora que oficialmente ha llegado el invierno y la temperatura y la nieve caen, recuerde los 5 puntos de vestimenta. Nuestros alumnos tienen receso fuera casi todos los días de invierno. Es importante que sean vestidos para la nieve. Para poder jugar en el equipo de campo o infantil en días nieve, los niños deben tener "5 puntos", que son pantalones de nieve, botas, guantes/mitones, un abrigo de invierno y un sombrero. El área de brea proporciona un área de juegos para niños que no están vestidos para la nieve. Gracias por su ayuda. La bienvenida a un nuevo año ofrece un gran momento para la reflexión y la acción de gracias. Una manera de mostrar agradecimiento por el otro en Prairieview es aceptar nuestra filosofía de los nuevos peces (FISH). La filosofía de FISH se compone de cuatro ideas principales: Estar Presente el Uno Para el otro, Elegir una Gran Actitud, Buscar Maneras de Jugar, y Hacerle el Día a Alguien. Nos tomamos el tiempo cada semana para celebrar el uno al otro con un billete de FISH. *Hacerle el Día a Alguien *Elegir una Gran Actitud *Buscar Maneras de Jugar *Estar Presente el Uno Para el Otro Nosotros, como personal quisiéramos aprovechar esta oportunidad para celebrar todas las familias en Prairieview por participar en la Filosofía de los peces (FISH), aunque usted no lo supiera. Gracias por Estar Presente en nuestra comunidad escolar, Buscar Maneras de Jugar por asistir a todos nuestros eventos adicionales, Eligiendo una Gran Actitud y trabajo en equipo con nuestro personal de la escuela. Y lo más importante es Hacernos el Día por enviar sus hijos a Prairieview y que nos permita hacer una diferencia en sus vidas. Si le gustaría participar en nuestra Filosofía de edificio y reconocer a uno de nuestros maestros o empleados de Prairieview, le invitamos a llenar un boleto de FISH disponible en la oficina. Juntos seguiremos haciendo de Prairieview un gran lugar para nuestros niños! Sinceramente, El Equipo de Prairieview
3 O Prairieview PTO Pride J a n u a r y 2 5, V o l u m e 6, I s s u e 9 2/5 PreK Picture Day 2/11-2/14 Book Fair 2/14 Valentine s Parties 2/14 ½ Day for Students 2/15 No School for Students 2/23 1-3pm Family Bowling at Lakeside Lanes 2/23 MD Pickup at Meadowview 3/11 PTO Meeting in Media Center PV School 7:00 PM 3/15 BINGO Night/Bake Sale/Teacher Raffle Market Day Thank you to all who support Market Day! Please note that Market Day pick up is Saturday, February 23 at Meadowview. If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Arnopolin at ! Want to Join PTO? Hard to believe that the end of the school is quickly approaching! Would you like to get more involved at PV? Would you like to join the Executive Board or chair a committee? Have a great event you think the PTO should put on? Come to the open PTO meeting on Monday, March 11, at 7pm in the PV Media Center! PV PTO Updates! Please note that are some changes to the calendar. I The Soup R Chili Cook Off and Bingo Night with the Teacher Raffle has been CANCELLED. We will be hosting a Family Bowling Event on February 23 at Lakeside Lanes from 1-3. Cost is $8.00 per person for unlimited bowling and shoe rental! We also will be hosting a BINGO Night, Bake Sale, and Teacher Raffle Night on Friday, March 15 th from 6:30-8:30pm. Please note these changes on your calendar. We are also in need of volunteers for book fair which is being held February 11- February 14 th. If you volunteer at this event you get $5.00 FREE! Please contact Geneve Eisenberg at PTO Board Members Kristi James President Kathy Stanislowski Vice President Stephanie Arnopolin Vice President Staci Parmer Treasurer Tina Coleman Secretary Kelly Murphy Ways and Means Nikki Schmipff- Volunteer Coordinator Margaret Vergamini-Volunteer Coordinator Discovery Day is also quickly approaching! Discovery Day is being held Friday, May 10. This is one of the MOST fun days at PV! If you would like to be involved this year, maybe volunteer to run a class or simply volunteer please contact Melanie Bruce at or J Richards at Have a wonderful week!
4 PV PTO Revised Calendar January 2013-June 2013 *Please make note of these calendar changes. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Please feel free to contact us at anytime if you have questions. Thank you. January 1/26 Market Day Meadowview 9am February 2/11-2/14 Book Fair Held on Stage in Multi Purpose Room Hours. 2/19-3/5 Mixed Bag Fundraiser 2/23 Market Day 9am 2/23 1-3pm Family Bowling Outing Lakeside Lanes March 3/5 Mixed Bag Fundraiser Due 3/11 PV PTO Meeting 7pm in the PV Media Center 3/15 BINGO Night/Bake Sale/Teacher Raffle* 3/16 Market Day Pick Meadowview 9am 3/19 Family Dinner Night at That Pasta Place 3/21 All D46 Fundraiser for the Foundation 46 April 4/1 Flower Power Fundraiser Begins 4/20 Market Day Pick Meadowview 9am PV is Hosting* 4/22 Earth Day 4/29-5/3 Turn Off the TV Week May 5/6-5/10 Teacher Appreciation Week 5/10 Discovery Day 5/13 PV PTO Meeting 7pm in the Media Center at PV. 5/15 Family Dinner Night at Culvers 5pm 5/18 MD Pickup at Meadowview 9am, PV is hosting* *Attention Parents and Teachers! We will need volunteers at these events. Please contact Kristi James at if you are able to help out!
5 KINDERGARTEN: Nina in Mrs. Zeigler s Class thinks curiosity means, To wonder about something. Gloria Luth, Maryah Reyes, Sean Munoz, Josh Connet, Jacob Madison, Marcus Hueser, Lilianna Avila, Jessica Munoz, Robert Tinajero-Gutierrez, Karah Wiswald, Carlos Landaverde Jr., Alaina Florendo, Nina Sax, Ismeth Dzananovic, Josephine Caliendo, Jack Schimpf, Estrella Ortega-Barba, Ashley Slovnik, Mia Mann, Kara Duerkop FIRST GRADE: trustworthy. Caitlyn Maguire, Nathan Shriberg, Rhiannon Luth, Gwen Thommes, Jaydyn Thomas, Christian Peterson, Henry Dodds, Camila Tineo, Vivian Toman, Lizbeth Orozco Mata, Alyssa Kuhn, Eduardo Gonzalez, John Vagnoni, Sebastian Bahmandeji, Will Doninger, Payton Murphy, Mariana Barroso, Anneliese Mayfield, Clayton Garrison, Joey Happ, Mary O Connor, Jose Lopez Mary in Mrs. Schneider s Class thinks integrity means, To be SECOND GRADE: Chanel in Mrs. Peterson s Class thinks curiosity means, To ask questions. Mia Lopez, Daniela Ambrocio, Ms. Dunham s Class, Nina Pannell, Drew Arnopolin, Angela Macias, Lexi Summers, Bella Brady, Robert Ming, Mrs. K. Peterson s Class, Andy Trupia Burnett, Calvin Geoghan, Annick Bottomley, Evan Kurzeja, Justin Shin, Linnea Strack THIRD GRADE: Michael in Mrs. Jansen s Class thinks curiosity means, To find out. Nautica Washington, Lizzie Green, Ryan Padron, Dustin Keefe, Nayelyi Fernandez, Sergei Khramov, Joe Rozzoni, Theo Giannios, Elle Doninger, Grace Requena, Breanna Jones, Oziel Tapia, Joselyn Diaz, Nayeli Fernandez, Tori Calinedo, Destiny Sanchez, Mason Russo, Sophie Goemans, Arianna Sprenger, Joshua Shin, Chase James, Quinn Mainzer, Sammy Newman, Meaghan Stahoviak FOURTH GRADE: right. Evan Mittlestaedt, Julia Hill, Jonas Sjodin, Darby Lux, Ashton Sanderson, Desiree Pletz, Jason Wooten, Blake Sax, Abbi Plencner, Meava Kleinofen, Austin Rowland, Maddie Peterson, Caden Sheahan, Logan Dow, Evany Rivera, Jordain Maglaque, Madelynn Struck, Cecilia Luth, Richie Pignatari, Sierra Sullivan, Mrs. Buchanan s Class, Mrs. Mall s Class Natalie in Mrs. Mayer s Class thinks integrity means, To do what is
6 BUS PALS: BUS #1 Hailie Miller, Lucy Markey, BUS #2 Josely Diaz, Eddie Carter, Dylan Racho BUS #5 Sudishka Peramanu, Suhani Peramanu, Lily Bassett BUS #6 Katelyn Stickney, BUS #7 Jacquelyn Hoyt, Mary Kate Drevlin, Brandon Schwartz BUS #8 Ramon Enriquez, Michelle Ming
7 GRAYSLAKE SCHOOL DISTRICT 46 LN - Lunch K-8 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 CHEESY CHICKEN, POTATO BROCCOLI BAKE Whole Grain Breadstick Fresh Orange TURKEY HAM & CHEESE WG PANINI French Fries Mixed Fruit Cup 4 WG SAUSAGE PIZZA 5 CHEESE RAVIOLI Diced Carrots WITH GREEN BEANS Diced Pear Cup Cinnamon Apple Slices RIB-B-QUE W/ POTATO WEDGES Maple Baked Beans WW Hamburger Bun Fresh Banana PARMESAN POPCORN CHICKEN & WW PASTA Romaine Lettuce Fresh Orange TACO MEAT WG Tortilla Rounds Refried Beans Applesauce Cup 11 WG CHICKEN DIPPERS 12 MACARONI & CHEESE W/TOMATO PARMESAN (WHOLE WHEAT) SAUCE Green Beans Whole Kernel Corn Fresh Baby Carrots* Mixed Fruit Cup Fresh Pear Fritos 18 BAKED CHICKEN NUGGETS 19 MEATBALLS 20 SALISBURY STEAK W/GRAVY 21 WW CHEESE PIZZA 22 (WHOLE GRAIN) W/ TOMATO SAUCE MASHED POTATOES Romaine Lettuce Potato Rounds WW Hot Dog Bun WHOLE KERNEL CORN Applesauce Cup Peach Cup Maple Baked Beans Whole Wheat Bread Fresh Baby Carrots* Fresh Orange Fresh Pear Shortbread WG MINI CORN DOGS &WG CHICKEN FUN MIX French Fries Mixed Fruit Cup BBQ CHICKEN WW Hamburger Bun Diced Carrots Diced Pear Cup CHICKEN & WG PASTA SHAPES W/MARINARA & VEGETABLES Cinnamon Applesauce TURKEY BURGER WITH POTATO WEDGES Maple Baked Beans WW Hamburger Bun Fresh Orange In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C or call toll free 866/ (Voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through Federal Relay service at 800/ ; or 800/ (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. **** ALL MEALS SERVED WITH APPROPRIATE CONDIMENTS AND A CHOICE OF 1% AND FAT FREE MILK. *** MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
8 GRAYSLAKE SCHOOL DISTRICT 46 BTG - BRKFST K-12 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday APPLE JACKS Graham Wildlife Crackers 1 GOLDEN GRAHAM CEREAL Honey Grahams MULTIGRAIN CHEERIOS Banana Muffin MINI WHEATS LITTLE BITES Strawberry Waffle Crackers STRAWBERRY SUPERSTIX Graham Animal Crackers FROSTED FLAKES Graham Crackers CORN FLAKES Apple Waffle Crackers CINNAMON SUPERSTIX Graham Animal Crackers CRISPIX CEREAL Honey Grahams FROOT LOOPS (LOW SUGAR) Raisin Bran Muffin KIX CEREAL Strawberry Waffle Snaps COCOA KRISPIES Graham Animal Crackers CINNAMON TOAST CRUNCH Blueberry Muffin APPLE JACKS Graham Wildlife Crackers GOLDEN GRAHAM CEREAL Honey Grahams MULTIGRAIN CHEERIOS Banana Muffin MINI WHEATS LITTLE BITES Strawberry Waffle Crackers STRAWBERRY SUPERSTIX Graham Animal Crackers **** ALL MEALS SERVED WITH APPROPRIATE CONDIMENTS AND A CHOICE OF 1% AND FAT FREE MILK. *** MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE. In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C or call toll free 866/ (Voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through Federal Relay service at 800/ ; or 800/ (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
9 Send a Valentine Candy Gram to someone you care about in the PV Community to help show how we care for people in our Global Community! The Prairieview Student Council is having a Valentine Candy Gram Sale! A Valentine Candy Gram is a packaged heart shaped lollipop with a To/From card attached. Each lollipop costs $1. Parents and family members can send candy grams to the children and the children can send them to friends, teachers, and staff in the Prairieview Community! Student Council members will assemble and deliver the Valentine Candy Grams to the childrens classrooms on Thursday, February 14. The Student Council will donate 50% of the proceeds from the Valentine Candy Gram Sale to Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children s Hospital, on behalf of Prairieview School. Please fill out the form below and return to your child s teacher in an envelope with the money (cash or check) by Friday, February 1. Checks can be made out to Prairieview School Student Council. We have a sizeable amount of lollipops, but they will be sold on a first come, first served basis, so get your orders in early! We may sell out! Purchased By Teacher Amount Enclosed To : in s class From To : in s class From To : in s class From To : in s class From If you wish to order more than the number of slots, please ask your child s teacher for an extra order form.
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