2 Join us on Wednesday evening September 9 th at 7pm for the first Kingsley PTA Meeting of the year in the Teachers Lounge Babysitting provided Kingsley School PTA General PTA Business Meeting Agenda Wednesday, September 9, pm 8:30 I. Welcome and Introduction of PTA Executive Board II. Reports of Officers President s Report Anne Honzel Treasurer s Report Donna Masini Events Report Rachel Niemann Clubs and Programs Report Dani Barker Fundraising Report Stacy Reynolds Room Parent Liaison Report Liz Stone Kindergarten Liaison Report Tina Vanderwarker Cultural Arts Report Laura Swinand Teacher Liaison Jennifer Chisholm Communications Report Candance Parks Chow III. Principal Report Beatrice Davis IV. Reports of Committees, Clubs, and Programs ESSCA Report Kathy McDermott Kingsley Green Acres Report Laura Spain-Bondi V. Announcements, Q and A Membership Forms Gift Wrap Fundraiser begins Tues. Sept. 18th Curriculum Night Tuesday, Sept 22 nd Fall Harvest Fest Saturday, Oct. 3 rd Upcoming PTA Mtg Wed. Oct. 14 th o Presentation by Reading Teachers Go Green Olympics Sat. Oct. 17th
3 Kingsley PTA Membership Form Become a member of the Kingsley PTA Discover Great Resources. We offer world class events and programs for our kids and community we couldn t do it without your help. Tap into a Network. Parenting is not easy it helps to share ideas, concerns and experiences with other parents and educators in the community. PTA functions are opportunities to meet other parents and teachers, building rapport and discussing issues that are on your mind. Watch Yourself Grow. By volunteering, you gain valuable experiences. It s an opportunity to put your skills to good use for a good cause your child and all children in the community. Speak Up. Because the PTA is a forum for exchanging ideas, you are encouraged to make suggestions. PTA can be a way for you to more effectively suggest change at Kingsley. Witness Improvement. By getting involved you ll be part of the solution, helping make positive changes. Be a Role Model. By becoming a PTA member, you ll be demonstrating to your child the importance you place on education. Our goal is to have 100% of our families join the Kingsley PTA. The suggested donation to join is $5.00/family. $3.25 is paid to the National PTA and $1.75 goes into the PTA general fund. Kingsley PTA funds are used in the classrooms; for field trips; scholarships; fine and cultural arts programs; and extracurricular clubs, programs, and sports. The Kingsley PTA reflects our commitment to our children s education and community Yes! I would like to join the Kingsley PTA. Enclosed are my membership dues of $ (suggested donation $5.00/family) I would like to donate an additional $ to support the Kingsley PTA Total amount enclosed: $ (please make checks payable to Kingsley PTA) Name: Child s Classroom Phone: Please return this form to the PTA Membership box located in the school lobby or to Anne Honzel, 2708 Broadway, Evanston,
4 DATE: FRIDAY SEPT. 4, 2009 TO: KINGSLEY FAMILIES FROM: CANDANCE CHOW, PTA COMMUNICATIONS THIS IS THE FIRST FRIDAY FOLDER OF THE YEAR SO WELCOME OR WELCOME BACK! THE PTA PROUDLY PRESENTS OUR NEW AND IMPROVED KINGSLEY COMMUNICATIONS FOR THIS YEAR. THE FOLLOWING ARE OUR KEY PTA COMMUNICATIONS VEHICLES. USE THEM; CONTRIBUTE TO THEM; AND BENEFIT FROM THEM. READ ON THE NEXT FEW PAGES TO LEARN MORE! KINGSLEY COMMUNICATIONS METHODS FRIDAY FOLDERS A WEALTH OF INFORMATION AND ANNOUNCEMENTS IN PRINT OR ELECTRONIC, SEE THE FLIER HERE FOR MORE INFO. KINGSLEY CALENDAR INCLUDED IN THIS PACKET, THE CALENDAR LISTS DISTRICT 65 AND KINGSLEY SPECIFIC DATES AND EVENTS. AN INTERACTIVE GOOGLE VERSION IS AVAIL ON THE KINGSLEY WEBSITE. WEEKLY KINGSLEY CONTACT E-UPDATES A TARGETED FOCUSING ON UPCOMING EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS THAT ARE SHORT, CONCISE AND SENT EACH WED. KINGSLEY DIRECTORY THE GOT TO HAVE REFERENCE TOOL FOR ALL FAMILIES. THE DIRECTORY WILL BE DISTRIBUTED BY THE END OF OCTOBER AND INCLUDES KEY INFORMATION, CONTACTS, CLASS LISTS, ETC. READ ON TO SUBMIT INFO. o FOR NEW FAMILIES WHO CAN T WAIT UNTIL THEN, THERE ARE A LIMITED NUMBER OF LAST YEAR S CALENDARS AVAIL IN THE KINGSLEY LOBBY (ON PTA CREDENZA) ON A FIRST COME BASIS MEANT FOR NEW FAMILIES ONLY. o YOU CAN ALSO ACCESS A PDF VERSION OF THE DIRECTORY ON THE INFO FOR PARENTS PAGE OF THE KINGSLEY WEBSITE. PTA MEETINGS THE 2 ND WED OF EACH MONTH ALL ARE WELCOME FROM 7-9 PM IN THE TEACHER LOUNGE TO DISCUSS PTA PROGRAMS AND PLANS. BABYSITTING IS PROVIDED. THIS MONTHS MEETING AGENDA IS INCLUDED HERE. KINGSLEY CONNECTION THIS PERIODIC NEWSLETTER FOCUSES ON MORE FEATURE AND COLUMN INFO ABOUT WHAT S GOING ON AT SCHOOL. OUR GOAL THIS YEAR IS TO GET STUDENTS INVOLVED IN ITS CREATION. KINGSLEY WEBSITE GO TO FOR LOTS OF GREAT PTA AND OTHER SCHOOL INFO. THE WEBSITE WILL BE UPDATED SHORTLY FOR FALL INFO ON PROGRAMS. DON T HESITATE TO CALL OR CANDANCE CHOW AT 847/ OR WITH QUESTIONS OR SUGGESTIONS!
5 Getting Critical Kingsley Communications this year is as easy as Go to 2. If you received the PTA s weekly e-updates last year (Kingsley Contact), simply enter your address (need to use the same registered for e- updates) and click on the update my profile link to confirm or change your participation in the following communications: E-Friday Folders This weekly compilation of fliers and announcements from Kingsley, District 65 and the community can be received via a link to pdf document online for your convenience and to save paper. All families for whom we have an address will receive an electronic folder for September. You can unsubscribe to the electronic folders for October onward by removing yourself from the list via this profile as well. Read the accompanying Friday Folder Communication (in this packet) for more details. Kingsley Contact Weekly E-Updates By adding yourself to each grade lists for your child/children you will automatically receive our All School weekly updates and any grade specific announcements as well Kingsley Directory Listing You can make changes to family contact information to be included in the Directory here as well. If you do not have an , complete the form on the reverse. Volunteer Pool Sign up for this list and you will receive periodic updates via when the school needs special help for events or other activities. 3. If you did not receive weekly Kingsley Contact E-Updates last year, register your family s information now for all the communications outlined above in one easy place. You must submit an address to register online for all of these communications and to use the online profile as your way of opting in/out of various communications and the Directory. If you do not have an address, simply complete the form on the reverse if you are NEW to KINGSLEY or have changes from last year s directory submission.
6 Kingsley Directory Submission for New Families and Directory Changes If you are new to Kingsley or have changes to your Directory information from last year, you can add or update information directly by going to and following the directions on the reverse of this form. If you do not have an address (required for entering your profile online), complete this form. You can also opt-out of Kingsley Communications and/or the Directory at the above web address. The information included here will be used for the Kingsley Directory. If you were listed in last year s Directory, you are automatically included in this year s directory (you can opt-out here or on the website). IF there are no changes to your family s contact info from last year, there is no need to complete this form. We will obtain changes to grade/class directly from the school. RETURN THIS FORM TO THE KINGSLEY LOBBY (PTA CREDENZA) BY NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 11 TO ENSURE YOUR INCLUSION IN THE KINGSLEY DIRECTORY. Child/Children Names and Teacher Names Child 1 Teacher 1 Child 2 Child 3 Teacher 2 Teacher 3 Primary Address: Primary Phone: (pls note cell/home/work) Alternate Phone: (pls note cell/home/work) Parent/Guardian Name(s): Parent/Guard 1 1: Parent/Guard 2 2 Please remove my family and student(s) information from the Kingsley Directory. I do not want us listed this year. FORWARD QUESTIONS TO CANDANCE CHOW AT
7 Kingsley School Friday Folders September 4, 2009 What are they? Friday Folders is one of several methods of communication at Kingsley. General and gradespecific materials are aggregated throughout each week and are sent to parents/guardians through Friday Folders: Kingsley-specific content such as memos from Ms. Davis, PTA communications, and before/after-school program information District 65 communications such as notices for early dismissal, letters from the Superintendent, and district program newsletters Local community information such as flyers for City of Evanston classes, YMCA programs, and local sports and arts programs Today The packet you are receiving today is the first for the new school year. For this week only, every student has been given a packet to take home. If you submitted an address during the enrollment of your child/children, you will also receive the contents of this folder electronically. Delivery Future Friday Folders will be delivered to parents either through a folder delivered home (like today) or electronically. This year, as in years past, we are making a concerted effort to go green. To encourage receipt of Friday Folder material electronically, we will be ing (if we have your address) the Friday Folder material to you through the month of September. If you wish to opt-out of electronic Folders, go to to change your delivery preferences or me at and starting October 2 nd, we will transition you back to physical delivery of the Folder. If we do not have your address and you would like to opt-in for electronic Folders, please sign up through the Kingsley website or me and we will transition you to electronic Folders immediately. How often?... Friday Folders will be sent every Friday through the school year except those Fridays right before week-long breaks and when there is no school; please check your Kingsley calendar for specific dates. Which student? For those of you who have multiple students at Kingsley and you are having Folders sent physically each Friday, we will send materials home with your eldest Kingsley student. This year, all gradespecific material will be sent home physically on Fridays to all students of that grade. This way, no one will miss out on any communications targeted for specific students. Staying green We have made a few changes that will hopefully make electronic versions a little easier to use. We re very eager to have you try out the electronic version of Friday Folders and welcome comments and suggestions: We will be adding a table of contents in the you receive each week. This will allow you to quickly scan what s in this week s Folder. Forms that need to be filled-out and returned will also be highlighted All grade specific content will be available electronically and highlighted each week. We will also sort content (Kingsley and District material first) for easier browsing. All pages will be in grayscale so you won t use up all your color ink should you want to print out a page or two As was the case last year, each week you will receive a link to a single document with all Folder material in it. We will also include a link to the web page containing all past Friday Folders. Help... PTA volunteers (please join us!) assemble these materials on Friday mornings at Kingsley at 9am. If you would like to submit school appropriate materials for Friday Folders, please drop off those materials ( me for the right number of copies to make) at the PTA credenza near the front door by Thursdays at noon, send me an electronic version of the material and make sure you have school permission for the distribution. Questions?... Please contact Dan Chow ( ). If you leave a voic , please make sure to include your contact information and your student s name and class.
8 August 2009 Plans for Novel H1N1 Prevention and Vaccinations Dear Parents, Novel H1N1 (referred to as swine flu early on) is a new influenza virus causing illness in people. This new virus was first detected in people in the United States in April Other countries, including Mexico and Canada, have reported people sick with this new virus. This virus is spreading from person-to-person, probably in much the same way that regular seasonal influenza viruses spread. So far, with novel H1N1 flu, the largest number of novel H1N1 flu confirmed have occurred in people under the age of 25 years; therefore Public Health Officials recommend taking actions like the following to stay healthy: Keep sick children at home for at least 24 hours after they no longer have fever or do not have signs of fever, without using fever-reducing drugs. Keeping children with a fever at home will reduce the number of people who may get infected. Do not send children to school if they are sick. Any children who are determined to be sick while at school will be sent home. As in the past, your child may be asked to wear a mask to cover his/her mouth while waiting in the Health Office to go home Have your child vaccinated against regular seasonal influenza this is a different vaccination from the H1N1 vaccination. Teach your children to wash their hands often with soap and water. You can set a good example by doing this yourself. Teach your children not to share personal items like drinks, food or unwashed utensils. Also teach them to cover their coughs and sneezes with tissues or cover up their coughs or sneezes using the elbow, arm or sleeve instead of the hand when a tissue is unavailable. Know the signs and symptoms of the flu. Symptoms of the flu include fever (100 degrees Fahrenheit, 37.8 degrees Celsius or greater), cough, sore throat, a runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, and feeling very tired. Some people may also vomit or have diarrhea. In further effort to intervene in the continuing spread of novel H1N1 influenza (swine flu), the Evanston/Skokie School District, Evanston Health and Human Services and the Skokie Health Department are planning for the opportunity to provide H1N1 vaccinations at the school your child attends. Depending upon when we receive the approved H1N1 influenza vaccination these special immunization clinics will be held this fall. At this point we anticipate that all school children will be eligible to receive the H1N1 influenza vaccination at no charge. Note: Completion of required forms will be necessary for a child to receive the in school H1N1 vaccination. When the information arrives, please read and review the vaccine information sheet provided, then thoroughly complete the form and provide your authorization by signing the consent form. We hope that each of you will consider protecting your children from this virus. In addition to offering the H1N1 vaccination clinics in our schools, we continue to utilize waterless soap dispensers in our classrooms and throughout our district buildings, we have increased the frequency of our routine cleaning within the buildings, we post updates on our website and we continue to work closely with both the Evanston and the Skokie Health Departments. We will notify you of any additional changes to our district s strategy to prevent the spread of influenza as they occur. We are all taking the stance of shared responsibility and concern about the health of your family and the health of our community and we continue to take steps to reduce the spread of both the H1N1 virus and the seasonal flu virus in our district buildings. For more information about flu in our community and what our district is doing, visit: (District 65); (Skokie Health ); (Evanston Health and Human ). Sincerely, Mary H. Larson, BSN, RN, CSN Evonda Thomas, RN MSN Catherine Counard, MD Coordinator of Health Services Director, Health and Human Services Director of Health District 65 Evanston Health Department Skokie Health Department
9 Planes para la prevención y vacunas contra la gripe A (H1N1) 28 Agosto 2009 Estimados padres de familia, La gripe A H1N1 (conocida previamente como gripe porcina) es un nuevo tipo de gripe que provoca que las personas se enfermen. Este nuevo virus fue detectado primero, en personas viviendo en los Estados Unidos en el mes de abril del Otros países, incluyendo México y Canadá, han reportado casos de personas enfermas con este nuevo virus. El virus se propaga de persona a persona, probablemente de la misma manera que se propagan los virus de la influenza de temporada normal. Hasta ahora, el mayor número de casos de gripe A H1N1 confirmados, han ocurrido en personas menores de 25 años de edad; por lo tanto, los oficiales de salud han recomendado tomar acciones como las siguientes para mantenerse saludable: Mantenga a los niños enfermos en casa al menos por 24 horas después de que hayan tenido fiebre o ya que no tengan rastros de tener fiebre sin usar medicinas para reducirla. El mantener en casa a los niños que tienen fiebre, reducirá el número de personas que puedan infectarse. Si los niños están enfermos no los mande a la escuela. Cualquier niño al que se diagnostique enfermo mientras esté en la escuela, será enviado a su casa. Como se hizo anteriormente, se le pedirá a su hijo(a) que utilice una máscara para cubrir su boca mientras espera en la enfermería para irse a casa. Vacune a sus hijos contra la influenza de la temporada normal esta es una vacuna diferente a la vacuna contra la gripe A H1N1. Enseñe a sus hijos a lavarse periódicamente las manos con agua y jabón. Si lo hace usted mismo, puede poner un buen ejemplo para los niños. Enseñe a sus hijos a no compartir sus artículos personales como bebidas, comida o utensilios que no estén lavados. También enséñeles a cubrirse la boca cuando tosan o estornuden, pueden usar pañuelos desechables o cuando no haya pañuelos disponibles, enséñeles a cubrirse usando la parte opuesta del codo, con su brazo o mangas de su camisa, blusa o chamarra en lugar de cubrirse con sus manos. Conozca los síntomas de la influenza. Los síntomas de la influenza incluyen fiebre (100 grados Fahrenheit, 37.8 grados Celsius o mayor a esto), tos, dolor de garganta, catarro, nariz congestionada, dolor de cuerpo, dolor de cabeza y sentirse muy cansado. Algunas personas pueden también vomitar o tener diarrea. En un esfuerzo mayor por intervenir en la propagación continua de la gripe A H1N1 (gripe porcina), el Distrito Escolar 65 de Evanston-Skokie, el Departamento de Salud y Servicios Humanitarios de Evanston, y el Departamento de Salud de Skokie, están planeando tener la oportunidad de ofrecer vacunas H1N1 en las escuelas a las que asisten sus hijos. Dependiendo de cuándo recibamos la vacuna aprobada para la gripe H1N1, estas clínicas especiales de inmunización se llevar an a cabo en el otoño. En este momento, podemos adelantarles que todos los niños podrán recibir la vacuna contra la gripe A H1N1, sin costo alguno. Nota: Hay que completar las formas requeridas para que el niño(a) pueda recibir la vacuna H1N1 en la escuela a la que asiste. Cuando nos llegue la información, por favor, lea y revise la hoja con la información de la vacuna que le será entregada, luego, llene la forma completamente y dé su autorización, firmando la forma de consentimiento. Esperamos que cada uno de ustedes considere proteger de este virus a sus niños. Además de ofrecer las clínicas de vacunación contra la gripe A H1N1 en nuestras escuelas, seguimos utilizando dosificadores de jabón sin agua en nuestras aulas y en los edificios de todo nuestro distrito, hemos aumentado la frecuencia de nuestra rutina de limpieza dentro de los edificios, las noticias más recientes sobre la gripe A H1N1 están en nuestra página de Internet y también seguimos trabajando en estrecha colaboración con los departamentos de salud de Evanston y de Skokie. Notificaremos a ustedes de cualquier cambio adicional en las estrategias de nuestro distrito para prevenir la propagación de la influenza. También estamos tomando la postura de responsabilidad compartida con respecto a la salud de su familia y de su comunidad; seguimos adoptando medidas para reducir la propagación tanto del virus H1N1 y como del virus de la gripe estacional en los edificios del distrito. Para obtener más información acerca de la gripe en nuestra comunidad y lo que nuestro distrito está haciendo, visite la página internet: (Distrito 65); (Departamento de salud de Skokie, teléfono: ); (Departamento de salud de Evanston y de Recursos Humanos de Evanston, teléfono: ). Mary H. Larson, BSN, RN, CSN Evonda Thomas, RN MSN Catherine Counard, MD Coordinadora del Departamento Directora del Departamento de Salud Directora del Departamento de De Salud del Distrito 65 y Recursos Humanos de Evanston Salud de Skokie
11 Learning a new language has never been this fun! Mandarin Chinese/Spanish Registration Form Do you know? ¼ of the world s population speaks Chinese. There are 400 million Spanish speakers in the world. Foreign language learning increases critical thinking skills, creativity, and flexibility of mind in young children. The young developing brain is perfectly suited for learning a second language. They learn faster and better. Take advantage of this window of opportunity and give your child a head start by providing them the opportunity to learn Mandarin Chinese/Spanish. These classes are taught by native speakers in an interactive and enjoyable environment. Children will have fun learning Chinese/Spanish through songs, arts and crafts, games and body movements. We will show you what we learn at the Talent show. Mandarin class will have a field trip to China Town. Spanish class will end with a big Fiesta. Registration Form Last Name First Name Birthday Grade Gender Year of taking Chinese Street Address City ST ZIP Code Language Mandarin Chinese Spanish Level Level I-1 st Year Level II - 2 nd Year Home Phone Parent s Name Address Cell Phone Food Allergy? (A light snack will be provided) Enclosed is my payment for $ made out to Little Linguists Academy (Save this portion for further reference) Grade: K-5 th graders Time: 8:00-8:50 AM, October 5 th May 27 th Level I Mandarin Mon/Wed 56 lessons $560 or $290 per Level I Spanish Mon/Wed 56 lessons payment in 2 payments * 2 nd payment is due by 1/25 Level II Mandarin Tue/Thurs 61 lessons $610 or $315 per Level II Spanish Tue/Thurs 61 lessons payment in 2 payments * 2 nd payment is due by 1/25 No classes on:10/21,11/11, 11/25, 12/21,23, 28, 30, 1/18, 2/15, 3/1, 29, 31 No classes on:11/26, 12/22, 24, 29, 31, 3/30, 4/1 Please complete the top portion of this form with payment to the PTA mailbox by Sep 28 th.spots will be filled on a first-come-first-served basis until the maximum number is reached. Any question about the program, please contact Jenifer Jenifer McCartney at or Angel Li at or
16 District 65 Family Center September 2009 Newsletter Literacy Night with Mr. Rick Join Mr. Rick from the Evanston Public Library on Wednesday September 16 at 6:15 p.m. At District 65 Fam- ily Center. This program will encourage children to enjoy reading and literacy activities. It s also designed to build literacy skill, and use play to familiarize children with their surroundings. Play creates a safe environment for acquiring and building skills, so sign-up your child ( ren ) now, at ( 8 47 ) This program is most appropriate for children ages 2-8 years old and their parents. Dinner will Noche literaria con el Sr. Rick be served immediately after the activities. Call to reserve your spot and also if you need transportation. Únase al Sr. Rick de la biblioteca Publica de Evanstonel miércoles 16 de sep- tiembre a las 6:15 p.m. en el Centro Familiar del Distrito 65. Este programa motivara a los niños a disfrutar la lectura y actividades literarias. También esta diseñado para aumentar las habilidades literarias, y usar el juego para familiarizar a los niños con sus alrededores. El jugar crea un ambiente seguro para adquirir y aumentar las habilidades. Así que registre a su niño/a ahora llamando al ( 8 47 ) Este programa es apropiado para niños en las edades de 2-8 años. Se servirá una cena ligera enseguida que terminen las acti-
17 Early Start-Parents as Teachers Home Visiting Program District 65 Family Center s Early Start Program offers a home visiting program utilizing the parents as teachers Born to Learn researchbased model. The program serves expecting parents (mother and fathers) and parents with children age s birth through three years old. The Parents as Teachers (PAT) model has been proven to improve parenting practices in ways that lead to both school readiness and academic achievement. PAT s Vision: That all children learn. Grow and develop to realize their full potential. PAT s Mission: To provide the information, support and encouragement parents need to help their children develop optimally during the crucial early years of life. Our PAT-certified, experienced parent educators offer parents practical ways to encourage learning, manage challenging behavior, and promote strong parent-child relationships. The program s core components consist of personal visits, group meetings, developmental screenings and linkages to a network of community resources. This is a great program for any family with young children. To learn more about this exciting program, call (847) and ask for a parent educator. We look forward to working with you. Programa Early Start de Visitas a Hogares para Padres como Maestros El programa Early Start del Centro Familiar del Distrito 65 ofrece un programa de visitas al hogar utilizando el modelo basado en investigación Born to Learn/Nacido para Aprender de padres como maestros. El programa sirve a padres que estan esperando bebe (madres y padres) con hijos que tienen edad entre nacido y tres años. El modelo padres como maestros (PAT) ha demostrado mejorar las practicas de crianza en maneras que benefician la preparación escolar y los logros académicos. Visión PAT: Que todos los niños aprendan, crezcan y se desarrollen para alcanzar todo su potencial. Misión PAT: Proveer la información, apoyo y motivación que los padres necesitan para ayudar a que sus hijos se desarrollen óptimamente durante esos cruciales primeros anos de vida. Nuestros experimentados y certificados educadores de padres PAT ofrecen a los padres maneras practicas de motivar el aprendizaje, controlar comportamientos difíciles, y promover firmes relaciones entre padres e hijos. El componente principal del programa consiste en visitas personales, reuniones en grupo, evaluaciones de desarrollo y enlaces a una red de recursos en la comunidad. Este es un programa muy bueno para cualquier familia con niños pequeños. Para saber mas acerca de este programa tan útil, llame al (847) pregunte por un educador de padres. Esperamos trabajar con ustedes. Page 2
18 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 Beginning ESL 9:30-11:30 Intermediate ESL 1:00-3:00p.m District 65 Family Center Calendar September GED 9:30-1:00p.m 3 Beginning ESL 9:30-11:30 Intermediate ESL 1:00-3:00p.m GED 9:30-1:00p.m 8 Beginning ESL 9:30-11:30 Intermediate ESL 1:00-3:00p.m 9 GED 9:30-1:00p.m 10 Beginning ESL 9:30-11:30 Intermediate ESL 1:00-3:00p.m GED 9:30-1:00p.m 15 Beginning ESL 9:30-11:30 Intermediate ESL 1:00-3:00p.m 16 GED 9:30-1:00p.m Literacy with Mr. Rick 6:15p.m 17 Beginning ESL 9:30-11:30 Intermediate ESL 1:00-3:00p.m GED 9:30-1:00p.m 22 Beginning ESL 9:30-11:30 Intermediate ESL 1:00-3:00p.m 23 GED 9:30-1:00p.m 24 Beginning ESL 9:30-11:30 Intermediate ESL 1:00-3:00p.m
32 Join Cub Scouts!!! CUB SCOUT MOTTO: DO YOUR BEST! Bring a parent to the Pack 912 CUB OLYMPICS and consider joining Cub Scouts! Talk to other boys and find out what they love about scouting. A CUB OLYMPICS few of the things they re sure to tell you about include: Camping Hiking Earning Beads & Badges Pinewood Derby Making New Friends Kingsley boys in grades 1-5 are invited to join Cub Scout Pack 912. Dens are organized by grade level. All boys are welcome! Scholarships are available. Our only requirement is that a parent or guardian participate with you. Blue & Gold Banquet Citizenship & Service Cool Field Trips Raingutter Regatta Museum Sleepovers Scouting can be a wonderful experience for the whole family. Come join in the fun! Wednesday, September 16 6:30-8:00 PM St. Matthew s Church (Lincoln & Hartrey) C U B S C O U T PA C K Call to join, or check out these cool websites for more information: Jeff Wilson Cubmaster Pack 912 (847)
33 JOIN US THIS FALL 2009! Young people grades 2-12 who want to learn and perform songs of all styles from around the world, make new friends and be part of something special are invited to join us this September for our Season! All new kids must audition, for placement in either the Main or Junior Choir. To schedule an audition by appointment, please contact Director Gary Geiger at (847) or The ECC does not turn any child away because of money. The Evanston Children s Choir is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.