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Mead Update 3/20/15

Posted March 20th, 2015 by Miss Cochrane

Dear Mead Community,
It was a great week leading up to break at Mead!  We had our first all school spirit competition and I’m happy to report Mrs. Knight’s first period class won the whole class prize for having all students wearing their favorite college gear and/or colors.  We look forward to challenging our students again to wear Mead gear or Mead colors on April 2nd and see which class wins!

8th Grade Expectations:
Please note the date of graduation has not been set at this time.  Please read the Board Policy below regarding student assignments and participation in graduation:
In order for eighth (8th) grade students to participate in the Graduation Ceremony, all academic assignments must be completed by the student and received by the teacher one (1) week prior to the ceremony. Advance notice of this guideline shall be provided to all eighth (8th) grade students and their parents/guardians.”
Over the next few weeks, 8th graders will receive Round Up letters if they have only 2 missing assignments.

Road Construction near Mead:
Work on Gibson Drive will  begin the week of March 30th.  The roadway will be restricted to one-way traffic on Wednesday, April 1st, dependent upon the weather. Click here for a detour map.
Construction Notice
We appreciate your understanding and patience during construction.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact me or the Village of Elk Grove directly.

Drama Performance:
We are having our drama performance of SNOW WHITE & THE SEVEN DWARFS OF THE BLACK FORESTon April 1, at 7:00pm in the gymnasium. There is no admission fee, but we would like to suggest a donation of $5. Any profit will be used for next year’s Drama Club. Please contact Ms. Shipley or Mr. Fletcher with any questions.

STC Elementary Scholarships:
The information about the Schaumburg Township Council Elementary Scholarship opportunity has arrived!!
Important: you must be a PTA member by March 1, 2015 for your child to be eligible.  To become a PTA member, please contact Sky Capriolo via email at skyzcap@yahoo.com.
For questions regarding the scholarship program, please contact Debbie Anestopoulos via email at debo@ms.com.
PTA Elementary Scholarship Coversheet 2015
PTA Elementary Scholarship 2015 Application

Smile Illinois Mobile Dentists:
SMILE ILLINOIS-MOBILE DENTAL forms are due APRIL 1.  The dental team will be coming in May and will provide exams, teeth cleaning, fluoride treatment, and sealants.   If you need an application or have question about the program, please contact our school nurse, Linda Barr.

A Message from High School District 211 School Nurses Regarding Physical Exams for 8th Grade Students:
If your eighth grade student will be going for a sports physical and you would like that physical to count as their  9th grade physical for District 211, the physical exam must be completed on the DHS State of Illinois Certificate of Child Health Exam form revised 2/2013.  Incoming 9th grade physicals will not be accepted on IHSA forms or any other form DHS form revised prior to 2/2013.  Please make sure you also complete the answers in the parent portion and sign the form, this is required also in order for the physical to be accepted.

Have a wonderful spring break.  We look forward to seeing all the well-rested faces on March 30th.
Jillian Sagan and Lily Smith

Mead Update 3/13/15

Posted March 13th, 2015 by Miss Cochrane

Dear Mead Community,
We are excited to share that our students have completed the first session of PARCC testing.  We will be utilizing next week for student make-ups.  As I walked the building, it was apparent how serious our students were while taking this test.  They were giving 100% effort for each of the subtests.  We are so proud of them for showing us what they know.  We look forward to using the results to continue to improve our instructional practices and to share with the community how much growth our students have made during their years at Mead.

5Essentials Survey- The window has been extended:
Thank you to the 22% of our parent community that have completed this survey.  We have hit our target percentage but would love as many families to provide us their feedback as possible.  As a building we do use your responses to improve our instructional practices, building systems and procedures to make the best learning environment for our 7th and 8th graders.

Due to weather conditions and school closings across the state over the past several weeks, we have decided to extend the 5Essentials survey window by one week.  The survey will now remain open through March 20th. You may access the survey at the following site: https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/.

Hot Lunch Reschedule:
Due to school not being in session for the extreme weather last month, the Hot Lunch that was scheduled for Thursday, February 19th has been rescheduled for Monday, March 16th.  We want to thank our hot lunch committee and volunteers for working hard to make this happen.

Schaumburg Parent University – April Classes:
Schaumburg Parent University (SPU) is designed to involve more parents in the life of the school, to strengthen family relationships, and to improve parenting skills that will ultimately result in improved student success academically, socially and emotionally. There are two evening programs in April in the Rafferty Administration Center Board Room, 524 E. Schaumburg Road in Schaumburg. Both of these events are free and free child care is also available.

  • Ask the Child Psychiatrist: Getting a handle on your parenting – 6:30 p.m. April 1.  Dr. Michael Feld will incorporate real-life experiences and humor into his discussion of life, mental and behavioral health. This discussion is for parents only.
  • Origami 101 – 6 p.m. April 9. Students in grades three through six are invited to learn how to create basic origami with their parents.

If you are interested in attending these events, please see the attached flyers. For more information about Schaumburg Parent University and to register, visit our website at http://sd54.org/spu.

Have a wonderful weekend.  Enjoy the warm weather!
Jillian Sagan and Lily Smith

Mead Update 3/6/15

Posted March 6th, 2015 by Miss Cochrane

Dear Mead Community,
I hope that everyone has a great weekend!  Please read below for many important Mead updates.

5Essentials Survey- The window has been extended:
Thank you to the 17% of our parent community that have completed this survey.  We are so close!
Due to weather conditions and school closings across the state over the past several weeks, we have decided to extend the 5Essentials survey window by one week.  The survey will now remain open through March 20th.  We are hoping 20% of Mead parents will take the survey.  You may access the survey at the following site: https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/.

PARCC:

  • Remember that we begin PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, a state assessment) on Monday, March 9th.
  • There is a modified school day schedule.  The lunch hours will be changed daily from March 9th-13th.
  • Please be conscientious of when you make appointments for your children during the school day the weeks of March 9th and 16th.
  • Some key test prep ideas to remember are: make sure that your students get a good night’s sleep and have a nutritional breakfast each morning.  Also, please encourage your student(s) to give their best effort.  We appreciate your support with PARCC testing!
  • We will be providing our students snacks each day of testing.  If you child has notified the school of a food allergy, they are welcome to bring in their own snack that is peanut-free.

STC Elementary Scholarships:
Attached is the information and application for the STC elementary scholarships.  Below are a  few of the key highlights regarding this process:

o   The information about the Schaumburg Township Council Elementary Scholarship opportunity has arrived!!

o   Important: you must be a PTA member by March 1, 2015 for your child to be eligible.  To become a PTA member, please contact Sky Capriolo via email at skyzcap@yahoo.com.

o   For questions regarding the scholarship program, please contact Debbie Anestopoulos via email at debo@ms.com.
PTA Elementary Scholarship 2015 Application
PTA Elementary Scholarship Coversheet 2015

Nurse Update- Smile Illinois-Mobile Dentists:
Once again we are pleased to have Smile Illinois-Mobile Dentists return to Mead Junior High School.  The dental team will be coming in May and will provide exams, teeth cleaning, fluoride treatment, and sealants.  All students were mailed an application for you to complete and return to the Health Office by April 1.  If you have any questions about the program, please contact our school nurse.

Have a wonderful weekend.
Jillian Sagan and Lily Smith

Mead Update 2/27/15

Posted February 27th, 2015 by Miss Cochrane

Dear Mead Community,
Wow, what an exciting week for us!  Our 7th and 8th grade girls’ volleyball teams are district tournament champions.  Both our junior varsity and varsity wrestling teams were awarded conference and tournament champions.  Our magnet students were able to showcase their hard work over the past few months on Thursday at Mead’s History Fair.  We had 46 magnet students participate in the History Fair and 24 students will be continuing on to regionals on April 25th.  We finished the week with a wonderful student led assembly that celebrated our Got Respect Week and the kick-off of PARCC testing.  Our kids walked away knowing, the more grit you have, the more successful in life experiences you can be!  A huge thanks to our Mead families who shop at Target and are signed up for the ‘Take Charge of Education” program and GFS (Gordon Food Service). We do receive checks from them that are used for student programs.  Your continued support to Mead is greatly appreciated!

Report Cards:
Trimester Two Report Cards will be mailed home on Tuesday, March 3rd.

Hot Lunch Reschedule:
Due to school not being in session for the extreme weather last week, the Hot Lunch that was scheduled for Thursday, February 19th has been rescheduled for Monday, March 16th.  We want to thank our hot lunch committee and volunteers for working hard to make this happen.

PARCC:
Remember that we begin PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, a state assessment) on Monday, March 9th.  There is a modified school day schedule.  The lunch hours will be changed from March 9th-13th. Please be conscientious of when you make appointments for your children during the school day the weeks of March 9th and 16th. Some key test prep ideas to remember are: make sure that your students get a good night’s sleep and have a nutritional breakfast each morning.  Also, please encourage your student(s) to give their best effort.  We appreciate your support with PARCC testing!  We will be providing our students snacks each day of testing.  If you child has notified the school of a food allergy, they are welcome to bring in their own snack that is peanut-free.

5Essentials Survey:
If you still have yet to take the 5Essentials Survey, the window is open until March 13th.  To take the parent survey, please visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/ .  If at least 20 percent of our parents complete this survey, a parent supplement will be generated. The parent data will not be reported on the State Report Card. Last year, when the number was 30 percent, none of our schools met this target. We are hoping to meet the target this year.  Currently, only 14% of our parents have completed the survey.  Thank you to all our families that have already completed the survey!

STC Elementary Scholarships:
The information about the Schaumburg Township Council Elementary Scholarship opportunity has arrived!!
Important: you must be a PTA member by March 1, 2015 for your child to be eligible.  To become a PTA member, please contact Sky Capriolo via email at skyzcap@yahoo.com.  For questions regarding the scholarship program, please contact Debbie Anestopoulos via email at debo@ms.com.
PTA Elementary Scholarship 2015 Application
PTA Elementary Scholarship Coversheet 2015

STEM Academy:
What did you do on your summer vacation? Your answer could be: “I built and programed a robot, learned the principles of flight through rocket construction, or used a 3-D printer to design my own car or jewelry.”   With the goal of bringing science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) alive through authentic hands-on activities, District 54’s Summer STEM Academy creates experiences that expands on the interests of students.
The District 54 Summer STEM Academy offers:

  • A range of fun camps for a variety of interests for students in 1st through 8th grade
  • Courses with hands-on, project-based curricula
  • STEM Certificate of Achievement recognizing the achievements of students
  • Instruction by District 54 teachers, experienced with STEM, in a positive environment
  • An opportunity to conduct experiments using tools, equipment and technology used within the real-world

Registration for the Summer STEM Academy is $40.00 per student, checks/ money orders are to be made payable to Schaumburg School District 54, which includes a camp t-shirt.  Registration opens on Monday, March 2nd and closes on Friday, March 20th.  Information and registration forms have been mailed to your home address – payment for the Summer STEM Academy with the registration form is mailed to the Department of Student Learning (524 E. Schaumburg Rd.).
Parent Letter – STEM Academy
D54 STEM Summer Academy Brochure (1)

D54 Summer STEM Academy – Registration

Schaumburg Parent University – March Class:
Schaumburg Parent University (SPU) is designed to involve more parents in the life of the school, to strengthen family relationships, and to improve parenting skills that will ultimately result in improved student success academically, socially and emotionally. We will host one evening program for parents in March:  School Related Anxiety at 5:30 p.m. March 12 at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road in Schaumburg.
District 54 social worker Tricia Johnson will assist parents in understanding the difference between common stress and anxiety disorders and will provide helpful strategies to manage student stress.
If you are interested in attending this event, please see the attached flyer. Childcare will be available. For more information about Schaumburg Parent University and to register, visit our website at http://sd54.org/spu.

Have a great weekend.
Jillian Sagan and Lily Smith

Got Respect? Spirit Week

Posted February 23rd, 2015 by Miss Cochrane

February 23rd-27th Club Unify will be hosting a Spirit Week in order to kick off the GOT RESPECT? Assembly on Friday. Respect Week celebrates the support of students with and without disabilities in order to create a Unified school community! We appreciate your participation!

Monday: Sports Day: Wear your favorite professional or Mead sports gear

Tuesday: American Day: Read White and Blue!

Wednesday: Hawaiian Day: Hawaiian shirts or anything tropical!

Thursday: Crazy Sock Day: Show off your craziest socks

Friday: Neon Out: Wear your brightest neon colors for our “Neon Out” Respect Assembly

Mead Update 2/20/15

Posted February 20th, 2015 by Miss Cochrane

Dear Mead Community,
I hope that everyone was able to stay inside and warm with the record lows we experienced yesterday!  Our students have been very busy as the trimester comes to a close today.  All of our students should be very proud of their hard work.  I would like to remind you we begin PARCC testing on Monday, March 9th.  The modified school day schedule is both on the website and attached.  Please look closely at it because our lunch hours will be changed from March 9th -March 13th.  We know that it is beneficial for students to test in their assigned classrooms each day.  We ask that you are conscientious of when you make appointments for your children during the school day the week of March 9th.  Please make sure that your students get a good night’s sleep and have a nutritional breakfast each morning.  Also, please encourage your student(s) to give their best effort.  We appreciate your support with the upcoming testing!

5Essentials Survey:
If you still have yet to take the 5Essentials Survey, the window is open until March 13th.  To take the parent survey, please visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/ .
If at least 20 percent of our parents complete this survey, a parent supplement will be generated. The parent data will not be reported on the State Report Card. Last year, when the number was 30 percent, none of our schools met this target. We are hoping to meet the target this year.  Currently, only 9% of our parents have completed the survey.
Thank you to all our families that have already completed the survey!

Community Readiness Survey:
The Schaumburg Township Community Coalition for Positive Youth Development wants to hear from you. District 54 is a member of this coalition and is therefore supporting its efforts to reach out to our community. We are looking for all community members, whether you live and/or work in the community, to give your input on what issues you think the community faces, and what the community’s priorities should be in addressing these issues.  Please take our brief online survey at http://goo.gl/forms/MHu1Xetyii.

History Fair:
We are hosting our annual History Fair on Thursday, February 26, at Mead for our 7th and 8th grade magnet students.  The students have been working extremely hard on their projects for the past few months. Projects will be displayed and judged throughout the school day.  Please see the invitation for more information.

PARCC Testing:
The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessment window is from March 9th – 20th for all 7th and 8th grade students.  It is essential that students are present at school during this time.  Please keep these dates in mind when scheduling appointments or vacations.  Our students will be taking one test each day March 9th-13th.  We will be utilizing the following week for make-ups.  Click here for the modified schedule for the week.

PBIS Update:
Congratulations to the Tier 2 Mentoring Committee, who received a grant from IEA for activity buckets. These activity buckets help mentors develop a stronger, more positive relationship with their students. See the attachment below for more details.
IEA_Mentoring Committee Grant

Spanish Language Speech Contest:
Below you will also find an informational flyer for the fifth annual District 54 Spanish Speech Contest. Applications and additional information can be found on the MacArthur School webpage or by clicking here<http://macarthur.sd54.org/spanish-language-speech-contest-concurso-anual-de-oratoria/>.
2015Spanish Contest flyer Spanish
2015Spanish Language Speech Contest flyer English

PTA Nominating Committee:
It’s already time to begin looking for nominations for next year’s PTA officers.  This is an important task because it sets the leadership for PTA in the coming year.  Nominate a friend, a neighbor or even yourself.  Please nominate for any or all of the available positions.  Email Lori Filby at ptalori@filby.netby March 1, 2015 if you are interested.

8th Grade Dance Meeting- March 10th from 5:30-6:30
We have started planning for the end of year 8th grade dance celebration!  If you would like to help with the planning of this event, please come to our kickoff meeting on March 10th at 5:30 p.m. at Mead.  All are welcome!

PTA By-laws:
The Mead PTA is required to update its By-laws every two years. The updated By-laws will need to be approved at a general session. That session is scheduled for May 12, 2015. The By-laws need to be posted publicly for at least 30 days prior to being approved. Click here to view the By-laws up for approval in May.

MATH Operation Excel:
Due to our extreme weather day, Operation Excel for math has been rescheduled to meet on February 26th and March 5th.

Have a fabulous weekend.
Jillian Sagan and Lily Smith

School Closed- Thursday, February 19

Posted February 18th, 2015 by Miss Cochrane

All District 54 schools will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015. The National Weather Service has issue a wind chill advisory until noon Thursday, which calls for wind chill values as low as -26.

Our number one priority every day is keeping children safe. We have about 8,000 students who ride a bus. The other 6,500 students either walk or get a ride to school. We cannot assume that all students can get a ride to school on a cold weather day. We also can’t assume that all children will be dressed appropriately for this weather.

All after-school and evening activities at schools are canceled as well. The Rafferty Administration Center will be open and the School Board meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. will be held. Thank you for your understanding and support.

The District 54 Choral Festival scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 18, will still occur. The event is located at Frost Junior High School.

Child Care

The Hoffman Estates Park District, Schaumburg Park District and YMCA have announced that they will be offering child care for elementary school students when schools close for cold weather days. For more information, visit the websites below.

http://www.campanelliymca.org

www.parkfun.com

Hoffman Estates Park District

Mead Update 2/6/15

Posted February 9th, 2015 by Miss Cochrane

Dear Mead Community,

I can’t believe it is already February!  I hope this month brings up some better weather even though we started with a blast of snow!  The next few months are busy ones as we gear up for PARCC in March and MAP in April.  Please continue to have conversations with your children around the goals they set at the January conferences and their progress on the action steps they created with their math and language arts teachers.  The more they reflect on their progress over the next few months, the more success they will see at the end of the school year!

Arrival and Dismissal:
With the amount of snow that we have had, please be cautious as you drop off and pick up your children around Mead.  We know that the roads are very slippery and make it difficult to stop.  We have asked students to use the crosswalk at Gibson and Biesterfield and other streets near Mead rather than crossing in the middle of the block.  Please make sure to drive with caution and allow our students the right of way.

Health Update:
In light of the recent news regarding measles at a Palatine child care facility, District 54 is sharing with all families this Measles Fact Sheet from the Cook County Department of Public Health. At this time there have been no reported cases of measles in District 54. Should there be a case of measles at your child’s school, parents/guardians will be notified.
Measles is a highly contagious disease. However, more than 99% of our students are vaccinated against this disease and the measles vaccine is highly effective.
If your child is exhibiting symptoms of measles, has been exposed to measles, or has been diagnosed with measles, please notify us. In addition, all students should remain at home anytime they have a fever (100 degrees Fahrenheit or greater).
If you have specific questions about your child’s health, please contact your personal physician.
CCDPH Measles Fact Sheet

Graduation fees:
If you have not yet paid your child’s graduation fees, please due so ASAP. Extra graduation fee envelopes are available at the Mead front office.

5Essentials Survey:
As a way to continuously improve, District 54 has chosen to provide the optional 5Essentials parent survey.  The parent survey is only 26 questions and the state estimates you can complete it in 10 minutes. The survey is available in English and Spanish.
If you have more than one child at a school, you should complete only one survey for that school. In addition, only one parent or guardian per household may participate in the survey. Parents with children enrolled in multiple schools may take the survey for each school. Schools are listed alphabetically by their full names (for example Jane Addams would be listed under J, not A for Addams).
If at least 20 percent of our parents complete this survey, a parent supplement will be generated. The parent data will not be reported on the State Report Card. Last year, when the number was 30 percent, none of our schools met this target. We are hoping to meet the target this year.  Currently, only 4% of our parents have completed the survey.
To take the parent survey, please visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/ between Jan. 12 and March 13, 2015.  Letters were sent home in the mail with more information about this survey.

Valentine’s Day:
Next week is Valentine’s Day – buy a heart-gram on February 12th to celebrate!  Heart grams will be on sale during lunch for 50 cents each.  You can buy them for a friend or teacher and the Interact Club will deliver them during 3rd period on February 13th for Valentine’s Day.  All proceeds will be donated to a charitable organization.

PTA Nominating Committee:
It’s already time to begin looking for nominations for next year’s PTA officers.  This is an important task because it sets the leadership for PTA in the coming year.  Nominate a friend, a neighbor or even yourself.  Please nominate for any or all of the available positions.  Email Lori Filby at ptalori@filby.netby March 1, 2015 if you are interested.

PTA STC Auction Baskets:
We are seeking donations for the STC annual auction to benefit the scholarship fund. We are donating 5 baskets full of goodies for the silent auction. We’re looking for donations for each of our baskets. Hotel, restaurant and spa gift cards are always popular. Tupperware, Pampered Chef, Tastefully Simple or other home-based business products are also welcome. If you have items you’d like to donate, please contact Sky Capriolo at skyzcap@yahoo.com before February 18, 2015. Thanks!

PTA Blood Drive:
Click the link below with information regarding the upcoming blood drive.
PTA Blood Drive Flyer 2015

8th Grade Dance Meeting
It is time to start planning for the end of year 8th grade dance celebration!  If you would like to help with the planning of this event, please come to our kickoff meeting on February 18th at 5:45 p.m. at Mead.  All are welcome!

Have a great weekend.

Jillian Sagan and Lily Smith

School Closed- Monday, February 2

Posted February 1st, 2015 by Miss Cochrane

All District 54 schools will be closed on Monday, Feb. 2, 2015, due to the weather. All after-school and evening activities are canceled as well.

The decision to close school is not one we make lightly. Our top concern is whether we believe the more than 14,000 students we serve can get to school safely (whether they walk, take a bus or ride in a car).

District 54 makes every effort to keep our schools open, but circumstances beyond our control (such as today’s blizzard) sometimes dictate that we close. Thank you for your understanding and support. The decision to close schools is made one day at a time.

Mead Update 1/27/15

Posted January 28th, 2015 by Miss Cochrane

Dear Mead Community,

I hope that everyone had a great weekend!  Please read below for many important Mead updates.

PARCC Testing:
Third- through eighth-grade students throughout Illinois will be taking the PARCC assessment for the first time this spring. The PARCC assessment replaces the Illinois Standards Achievement Test (ISAT).  Last week, District 54 requested and received approval from the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) to move to a traditional paper and pencil administration of the PARCC assessment for this school year. While District 54 has fully aligned our technology infrastructure to ISBE’s specifications, results from field testing conducted in mid-January have left District 54 with strong concerns regarding the reliability of the PARCC online assessment. We witnessed multiple errors during field testing including answers to assessment items changing without being prompted, drop-down menus failing to function and videos accompanying test items failing to load. These technology issues are not on District 54’s end. They can only remedied by PARCC.
District 54’s staff has worked diligently to prepare our students with rigorous instruction to provide them with the skills needed for success. We feel strongly that assessment of our student’s knowledge and skills must be done in the most reliable format possible.
The PARCC Performance Based Assessment (PBA) window will now be from March 9 to 20, 2015. As the testing window approaches, I will share more information regarding the logistics of the PARCC testing window. In the meantime, please contact me directly if you have any questions.

Nurse Updates:
Vision screening for 8th graders will take place on Feb. 9th and rescreening on Feb. 23rd.  It is important to note that vision screening at school is not a substitute for a complete eye and vision evaluation by an eye doctor.  Children who wear glasses and /or are under the care of an eye doctor do not receive vision screening at Mead.
All students new to Illinois schools and special education students will receive vision and hearing screening.  Please feel free to contact our school nurse anytime during the school year for a vision or hearing screening if you have a concern.

A Message from District 211 School Nurses Regarding Physical Exams for 8th Grade Students:
If your eighth grade student will be going for a sports physical and you would like that physical to count as their  9th grade physical for District 211, the physical exam must be completed on the DHS State of Illinois Certificate of Child Health Exam form revised 2/2013.  Incoming 9th grade physicals will not be accepted on IHSA forms or any other form DHS form revised prior to 2/2013.  Please make sure you also complete the answers in the parent portion and sign the form, this is required also in order for the physical to be accepted.

Mead Yearbook Orders-Reminder:
A reminder that yearbooks have to be Pre-ordered!  Our publisher has extended the due date for our FINAL order number to Friday, Feb. 6th.  No orders will be accepted after that date.  You can either go to www.jostensyearbooks.com and pay by credit card or turn in an order form to the main office.  Forms turned into the office can be paid by cash or checks made payable to Mead Jr. High.  Cost is $35 for a basic book.  Do not miss out on this memorable keepsake!!!
yearbook order form 2015

PTA STC Auction Baskets:
We are seeking donations for the STC annual auction to benefit the scholarship fund. We are donating 5 baskets full of goodies for the silent auction. We’re looking for donations for each of our baskets. Hotel, restaurant and spa gift cards are always popular. Tupperware, Pampered Chef, Tastefully Simple or other home-based business products are also welcome. If you have items you’d like to donate please contact Sky Capriolo at skyzcap@yahoo.com before February 18, 2015. Thanks!

Have a great night.

Jillian Sagan and Lily Smith