The Aldrin staff would like to invite families to join us in supporting the Kenneth Young Center with a fundraiser the week of April 22nd-26th in recognition of the assistance that they provide to our students. The Kenneth Young Center is a non- profit agency located in Schaumburg, Elk Grove Village, and Mount Prospect that provides services including counseling, assessment, and support groups to community members. Throughout the years, this agency has helped many of our Aldrin families. As a result, our school is looking to give back in appreciation.
If you would like to join us in supporting the Kenneth Young Center during April 22-26, please send one of the following to school with your child:
- A check written to Aldrin Elementary School or
- Cash in an envelope marked Kenneth Young Center
We will combine all checks and cash received into a single check for donation to the Kenneth Young Center.
Due to the number of severe weather days when school was cancelled this year, the District 54 School Board officially set June 6, 2019 as the last day of school. This will be a half-day of school to make up for the half-day missed when school was cancelled Jan. 30. With that said, our students will be dismissed for the summer at 11:40 a.m. on June 6, 2019.
This weekend you received a letter from us asking for your help. We are hoping to have every family write a quick note to each of their children letting them know how proud you are of them for their hard work and dedication this school year. Once you are done with the letter, we ask that you send it to school in a sealed envelope so we can deliver them all on the same day. If you have any questions or you need a new notecard, please give our offices a call at 847-357-5400.
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By now, you have received information regarding registration for the upcoming school year. If you have provided us with an email, it was emailed to you. Otherwise, you received a letter in the mail. If you have not already done so, please visit the parent portal to register your child/children by May 6th. For additional information, please visit https://sd54.org/resources/registration/
What did you do over your summer? This fall, through the “Summer of 54” camp opportunities, your answer could be: “I learned how to play lacrosse, used the design process to create and design, and/or created different forms of art using digital and non-digital mediums. The goal of the “Summer of 54” is to provide students opportunities to be active, while enhancing their creative and innovative spirt. Camp opportunities offer:
- A range of fun camps for a variety of interests for students in 1st through 8th grade
- Courses with hands-on, project-based curricula
- Instruction by District 54 teachers in a positive environment
- An opportunity to conduct experiments using tools, equipment and technology used within the real-world
Registration for the “Summer of 54” camp offerings, including a camp t-shirt. Digital registration is available within Parent Portal and can be accessed through the following link – Summer Registration.
Mark your calendars our next Family Fun Night is Thursday April 18th 4pm to 8pm at Culvers on Wise rd in Schaumburg for food, family and fun. Dine in, take out, or drive thru, it all counts. For $1, SPIN THE WHEEL and get a Culver’s Prize.
You can download the flyer here culvers_flyer_2019
Dear Aldrin Parents,
Field Day is quickly approaching so please mark your calendars to join us on Friday; May 31 (Rain date is set for Monday; June 3). Volunteers are such a valuable part of the Field Day and are the key to the event’s success. I was blown away with the amount of volunteers that we had helping out these past 2 years. The students and I really appreciate you taking the time to come and spend the day with them! We welcome all volunteers, so please invite your extended family to join us for the day too. Please be aware that younger siblings may not join you, at the stations, for safety reasons. Each station will already be set up for you upon arrival. Your role will be to present the provided directions to our eager students and then watch the fun evolve! Field Day will take place from 9:00 am to approx. 2:45 pm, breaking for lunch midday. I look forward to you helping in any way possible and truly appreciate the consideration.
Sign up to volunteer, please use the following Sign Up Genius link
If you prefer to submit your information in writing, please fill out the attached form and send it back to school.
The Aldrin PTA Bylaws have been updated. The Bylaws will be up for approval at the PTA General Meeting which will take place in April, specific date details to come. If you would like to see a copy of the Aldrin Bylaws prior to the April meeting, there will be copies available in the front office. Also if you would like a copy emailed to you, please feel free to email 2nd Vice President, Damita Fuller at firstname.lastname@example.org
You download the bylaws by clicking here –Aldrin PTA approved bylays 031219
Wow… it’s been an amazing month of happiness at Aldrin School. We have culminated the month today with a day dedicated to all things happy. The morning began with balloons. I don’t know about you, but balloons seem to make everyone at Aldrin smile. We also had an opportunity to do a fun project with our community classrooms. The kids loved the activity and they will undoubtedly share their creations. This afternoon started with an all school assembly to reflect on the activities we did this month. Below is a visual to get you in the mood of the day. We literally threw happiness around like confetti. Finally, the day ended with our annual “Spring Fling” party hosted by the Aldrin PTA room parents. Thanks to all the room parents who made this event so spectacular. It was truly an amazing day at Aldrin.
Have a fabulous week with your children!
Mary Botterman and Kari Frederick
- March 22 – March 31 – Spring Break
- April 1 – School Resumes and Registration for the 20
- April 2 – No School – Election Day
- April 3 – Hot Lunch Day – Preordered
- April 8 – April 18 – State Testing for 3rd through 6th graders
- April 19 – No School