Today Fairview had a fabulous Blue Ribbon Celebration with families, school board members, and District 54′s superintendent, associate superintendent, and assistant superintendents visiting the school. Hoffman Estates Mayor Bill McLeod and Trustee Mike Gaeta were also in attendance. Mayor McLeod issued a Proclamation for Fairview’s accomplishment at a Falcon Forum! In addition, Fairview students shared projects showing their pride in the school.
On Tuesday, Mrs. Gurga and Ms. Nischbach, a 3-4 teacher, represented Fairview School in Washington, D.C. as they received the NBSR 2014 plaque! Classrooms stopped what they were doing to watch the live-stream of the ceremony and saw Mrs. Gurga and Ms. Nischbach walk across the stage to have their photo taken with Ms. Aba Kumi, the director of the NBRS Program from the Department of Education. They had a wonderful time in Washington, D.C. and were so proud to represent Fairview!
Come celebrate Fairview’s Blue Ribbon Award at our Blue Ribbon Open House on Friday, November 14th. See the link below to see the specific information about our celebration.
Click the following link to access the Blue Ribbon Open House invitation: Blue Ribbon Celebration Family Invitation (1)
The 6th graders couldn’t have asked for better weather on their annual outdoor education trip on October 17th. The trip to Nature’s Classroom in Mukwonago, Wisconsin was filled with community building, whole group activities and student-selected classes. The bus ride home was VERY quiet as all the students were exhausted after the fun-filled day!
Mr. Mark Spreyer came to the 3/4 classes to teach us all about owls! We learned all about their habitats, behaviors and got to see three live owls. Now we are experts on Screech Owls, Saw-Whet Owls and Great Horned Owls!
Why not help Fairview School raise funds to help support student activities? Below is a link for the form to order Market Day pies. The Market Day pies are delicious. Wouldn’t you love to serve a delectable dessert without worrying about finding the time to make it? Orders and payments are due November 7.
Click the following link to access the Market Day pie order form: MarketDayPieOrderForm
Coming soon…Fairview’s first PBIS Family Night! See the link below for the registration form, which is due on November 3. Not only will families receive invaluable resources for creating a calm, cooperative home, but we’ll end the night with a Minute-to-Win-it contest!
Click the following link to access the PBIS Family Night registration form: PBISFamilyNight
We are currently hiring Lunch Supervisors and Substitute Lunch Supervisors. Please come into Fairview’s school office to pick up an application. Thank you.
The most thrilling October event for many children (and adults) is Halloween. On Friday, October 31, our costume parade will start at 1:15p.m., and classroom parties will be from 1:40-2:45p.m. Here are a few reminders to ensure that we have a safe and fun event at Fairview.
- District 54 School Board Policy 7:190(a)/7:190(a)-AP prohibits weapons or look-alike weapons at school.
- Roller blades, scooters, violent costumes, and temporary hair color is not permitted.
- Children should bring their costumes to school, but cannot wear them to school. We won’t have lunch recess, as students begin changing into their costumes after they are done eating. Morning kindergarten* is the exception; see below.
- All food served at the parties will be purchased by the PTA. If your child brings food to school it will be sent home with students if it is individually wrapped with a nutrition label. If food is not individually wrapped with a nutrition label, it will disposed of.
- If weather permits, we will parade outdoors. To ensure student safety, we will place cones along the parade route around the building. Family members should stand on the outside of the cones as students will walk on the inside, closest to the school. If the costume parade is held indoors due to weather, parents will stand in the middle of the gym while students parade around them.
- Classroom parties are limited to the number of attendees. Only students, teachers, room parents and the party volunteers may be in the classroom during the party.
- *Morning kindergarteners can come to school in their costumes. Their parade will be held indoors at 9:30a.m., and their party will be held from 9:45-10:45a.m.