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District 86 Spelling Bee PG. 8 Libraries open for Students During
DISTRICT 86 PARENT MAGAZINE
SPRING 2016 VOL. 14 ISSUE 36
District 86 Establishes
Student Leadership Team
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CHILDREN FOR PEACE
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District 86 Spelling Bee
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CONTENTS
FEATURES
PG. 4 District 86 Letter/Calendar
PG. 5 District 86 Teachers Named Great Teachers
PG. 6 Children for Peace Fine Arts Festival
PG. 7 Student Leadership Team
PG. 8 Students Excel at District 86 Spelling Bee
PG. 9 Joliet Reads Bookmark Winners
PG. 10-11 Joliet Grade Schools Foundation Awards Classroom Grants
PG. 12 Young Authors Conference Celebrates Writing
PG. 13 Students Receive $1,000 College Scholarships
PG. 14 Students Compete in STEM Extravaganza
PG. 15 School Libraries Open for Students During Summer
PG. 16-17 College and Career Readiness Tips
PG. 18-19 Joliet Public Schools District 86 Suggested School Supplies List
PG. 20-23 Health Requirments for the 2016-2017 School Year
PG. 24-27 2016-2017 Registration and Residency Requirements
PG. 28-29 District 86 Students and Staff Recognized for Reading
Ten Tips to Stop the Summer Side
PG. 30
DIRECTORY
PG. 31 District 86 School List
PUBLISHER/EDITOR
- Jayme Cain
GRAPHIC DESIGNER
- Susanne Alsaraf
WRITER/PHOTOGRAPHER
- Sandy Zalewski
© 2016 MIA Media Group
Parent Outlook is a local parent magazine published since 2002. The annual magazine focuses on education and parenting.
DISTRICT 86 PARENT MAGAZINE
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Dear District 86 Families:
It is hard to believe that the school year is
almost over and my retirement is nearing.
These past five years have been memorable
ones for me. Thank you for welcoming me
to Joliet. I have truly enjoyed my time in
District 86 and being a part of this dynamic,
diverse community. I will miss the children
who bring so much enthusiasm and joy to us
Charles E. Coleman, Ed.D.
every day.
The District will continue to work hard
to provide the necessary resources and programs for your
children to be successful. Please continue to encourage your
children to work hard and reach their goals.
Thank you for your continued support and commitment to
District 86.
Sincerely,
Charles E. Coleman, Ed.D.
Superintendent
Estimadas Familias del Distrito 86:
Es difícil creer que el año
escolar está por terminar y mi
retiro está cerca. Estos últimos
cinco años han sido memorables para mí. Gracias por
darme la bienvenida a Joliet.
Realmente he disfrutado de
mi tiempo en el Distrito 86
y ser parte de esta dinámica
y diversa comunidad. Voy a
extrañar a los niños que nos
traen tanto entusiasmo y alegría todos los días.
El Distrito continuará trabajando duro para proporcionar los recursos
y programas necesarios para que sus hijos tengan éxito. Por favor, siga
animando a sus hijos a trabajar duro y alcanzar sus objetivos.
Gracias por su continuo apoyo y dedicación con el Distrito 86.
Sinceramente,
Charles E. Coleman, Ed.D.
Superintendente
CALENDAR 2016 CALENDARIO 2016
Eighth Grade Graduation
Ceremonies
Ceremonias de Graduación de
Octavo Grado Last Day of Classes
Ultimo Día De Clases Institute Days
– No School for Students Día De Instituto – No Hay Clases
May 26
May 27
August 15 & 16
1st Day of School August 17
Labor Day
– No School September 5
School Improvement Day
– No PM Class for Students September 21
Institute Day
– No School for Students October 7
Columbus Day – No School October 10
Parent/Teacher Conferences
– No School for Students October 28
School Improvement Day
– No PM Class for Students November 10
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27 de mayo
15 y 16 de agosto
Primer Día De Clases
17 de agosto
Día De Los Trabajadores
– No Hay Clases
5 de septiembre
Día De Mejoramiento Escolar
– No Hay Clases Por La Tarde 21 de septiembre
Día De Instituto – No Hay Clases
7 de octubre
Día De Cristóbal Colón
– No Hay Clases
10 de octubre
Conferencias De Padres/Maestros
– No Hay Clases
28 de octubre
Día De Mejoramiento Escolar
– No Hay Clases Por La Tarde
10 de noviembre
Veterans Day – No School Día De Los Veteranos
– No Hay Clases
Thanksgiving Day, Day Before,
and Following
– No School
Día De Acción De Gracias, Día Antes
y Después
– No Hay Clases
Last Day of Classes before
Winter Break Ultimo Día De Clases Antes De Las
Vacaciones De Invierno
November 11
November 23–25
December 21
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26 de mayo
11 de noviembre
23–25 de noviembre
21 de diciembre
Congratulations to the six Joliet
Public Schools District 86 teachers
who were named 2016 Joliet Area
Great Teachers by the Joliet Region
Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Thirty teachers were recognized at
a banquet at the Jacob Henry Mansion Estate. The teachers were
nominated by students, parents,
colleagues, administrators, and
community members. District 86
recipients were Michelle Jacobs
(Forest Park I.E. School), Jennifer
Montowski (Gompers Junior High),
Angela Albrecht (Hufford Junior
High), Ashni Mehta (Hufford Junior High), Lauryn Papesh (Persh-
ing Elementary), and Beverly Sklar
(Washington Junior High). The
teachers each received an award,
proclamations, and gifts from local
businesses.
Michelle Jacobs has been a
teacher for the past eight years and
currently teaches second grade at
Forest Park. Jennifer Montowski
has taught at Gompers for the past
16 years and teaches seventh grade
language arts. Angela Albrecht is
a seventh grade math and science
teacher at Hufford in the I.E. Program where she has been a teacher for the last seven years. Ashni
Mehta also teaches at Hufford Junior High where she currently is an
eighth grade math teacher. Lauryn
Papesh is in her fourth year at Pershing Elementary School serving
as a special education teacher and
Beverly Sklar teaches language arts
to sixth grade students at Washington Junior High.
Maestros del Distrito 86 Nombrados Gran Maestros
Felicidades a los seis maestros de las Escuelas Públicas
de Joliet Distrito 86 que fueron nombrados “2016 Gran
Maestros del Área de Joliet” por la Región de la Cámara
de Comercio e Industria de Joliet. Treinta maestros fueron
reconocidos durante un banquete en la Mansión Jacob
Henry. Los maestros fueron nominados por estudiantes,
padres, colegas, administradores y miembros de la comunidad. Los ganadores del Distrito 86 fueron Michelle Jacobs
(Forest Park I.E. School), Jennifer Montowski (Gompers Junior High), Angela Albrecht (Hufford Junior High), Ashni
Mehta (Hufford Junior High), Lauryn Papesh (Pershing Elementary), y Beverly Sklar (Washington Junior High). Cada
maestro recibió un premio, proclamaciones, y regalos de
los negocios locales.
Michelle Jacobs ha sido maestra durante los últimos
ocho años y actualmente enseña segundo grado en Forest
Park. Jennifer Montowski ha enseñado en Gompers durante los últimos 16 años y enseña artes de lenguaje en séptimo grado. Angela Albrecht es una maestra de matemáticas
y ciencias en Hufford I.E., donde ha sido profesora durante
los últimos siete años. Ashni Mehta también enseña en Hufford Junior High donde es una profesora de matemáticas
de octavo grado. Lauryn Papesh está en su cuarto año en
la Escuela Pershing como maestra de educación especial y
Beverly Sklar enseña artes de lenguaje para los estudiantes
de sexto grado en la Washington Junior High.
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F
CHILDREN FOR PEACE
A
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NIÑOS PARA LA PAZ CELEBRA LOS
LOGROS A TRAVES DE LAS ARTES
Over 300 District 86 students
participated in the 13th annual
Children for Peace Fine Arts Festival held at the Rialto Square
Theatre. The show, “Promoting
Peace Through the Arts”, was
directed by District 86 Fine Arts
Coordinator Patrick Baker and
directors R. Scott Barnas, John
Damore, Clifford Hunt, Jennifer
Ketchmark, Julia Krizmanic, Brett
Marcum, E. Megan Marshall, Melissa Schoonover, Jennifer Wynveen, and the Children for Peace
Glee Club directors Clare Gawlik
and Nikki Lorence. Prior to the
show, guests were treated to music by the All City Jazz Band and
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a student art show coordinated by
art teachers Miranda Campbell,
Holly Dominik, Rene Fitz-Henley,
Denise Johnson, Kathleen Kerestes, Nicole Koehler, Christine
May, Katherine Roberts, and Martha Summers-Romero. Over 600
pieces of student artwork were on
display.
Más de 300 estudiantes del Distrito
86 participaron en
el
decimotercero
espectáculo anual
de Niños Para la Paz
celebrado en el Teatro Rialto Square. El
espectáculo, Promoviendo Paz A Traves
de las Artes”, fue dirigido por el Cordinador de Artes Patrick Baker y Directores R.
Scott Barnas, John Damore, Clifford Hunt,
Jennifer Ketchmark, Julia Krizmanic, Brett
Marcum, E. Megan Marshall, Melissa
Schoonover, Jennifer Wynveen, y los Directores de Children for Peace Glee Club
Clare Gawlik y Nikki Lorence. Antes del
show, todos disfrutaron de la música de
All City Jazz Band y la exhibición de arte
que fue coordinada por los maestros de
artes Miranda Campbell, Holly Dominik,
Rene Fitz-Henley, Denise Johnson, Kathleen Kerestes, Nicole Koehler, Christine
May, Katherine Roberts y Martha Summer-Romero. Más de 600 piezas de arte
estuvieron en la exposición.
Student
Leadership Team
Thank you to the junior high students from Dirksen, Gompers, Hufford, and Washington before who serve on the Joliet Public Schools
District 86 Student Leadership Team. These school leaders meet with
District 86 Administrators throughout the school year to empower
them to have an active voice in their education. One of the action
items identified by the student leaders this year was to implement a
peer tutoring program. This summer, the Student Leadership Team
will be working with District Administrators and the Building Principals to develop a peer tutoring program.
Dirksen Junior High
Sabina Cerda
Jabari Dent
Mahogany Frazier
Johnna Grimm
Kiersten Jordan
Antonio Meloro
Gompers Junior High
Alonso Bibian
Yoselin Garcia
Karol Lozano
Bryan Rios
Brenda Rodriguez
Jada Thompson
Hufford Junior High
& I.E. Program
Dylan Barcas
Vicky Keoborakot
Valierie Martinez
Yazman Ochoa
Kaila Ruiz
Devon Thomas
Washington Junior High
& Academy
Keli Akabutu
Tyzhere Blackmon
Bria Carter
Nasya Nesby
Equipo de Liderazgo
Estudiantil
Gracias a los estudiantes de Junior
High de Dirksen, Gompers, Hufford y
Washington que formaron parte del
Equipo de Liderazgo Estudiantil de las
Escuelas Públicas de Joliet Distrito 86.
Estos líderes escolares se reúnen con
los administradores del Distrito 86 durante todo el año escolar para darles
la posibilidad de tener una voz activa
en su educación. Uno de los puntos
de acción identificados por los líderes
estudiantiles de este año fue poner en
práctica un programa de tutoría entre
estudiantes. Este verano, el Equipo
de Liderazgo Estudiantil estará trabajando con los Administradores del Distrito y los Principales para desarrollar
un programa de tutoría entre estudiantes.
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Students Excel at
Estudiantes Son Exitosos en
el Concurso de Ortografía
del Distrito 86
Board of School Inspectors
Deborah Ziech and Christine
Kim joined Superintendent Dr.
Charles Coleman at this year’s
District 86 Spelling Bee Contest. Congratulations to Daniela
Garibay (Thomas Jefferson Elementary), Blake Johnson (Eisenhower Academy), and Luz Silva
Popoca (Woodland Elementary) for coming in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place
in the elementary school contest. The Junior High Spelling Bee Contest winners were: Dirksen Junior High: Scarlett Chavez; Gompers
Junior High: Jaden Ingles; Hufford Junior High: Jerrod Sergeant; and
Washington Junior High: Adilene Reynoso. The junior high winners
advanced to the Will County Spelling Contest. Other school student
winners included: Erick Hernandez, T.E. Culbertson Elementary;
Aryiona Travis, M.J. Cunningham Elementary; Aries Matos, Farragut
Elementary; Kyleen Buan, Forest Park Individual Education School;
Jasmine Mireles, Edna Keith Elementary; Lexi Cerrillo, Pershing Elementary; Natalie Ulloa, Sator Sanchez Elementary; Arianna Westbrooks, Carl Sandburg Elementary; Lisa Hartney, Taft Elementary;
and Edith Banuelos, Lynne Thigpen Elementary.
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Los Inspectores
de la Mesa Directiva Deborah Ziech,
y Christine Kim
se unieron al Superintendente Dr.
Charles Coleman
durante el Concurso de Ortografía del
Distrito 86.
Felicidades a Daniela Garibay (Thomas Jefferson Elementary), Blake Johnson
(Eisenhower Academy), y Luz Silva Popoca (Woodland Elementary) por ganar trofeos en primer, segundo, y tercer
lugar en el Concurso de Ortografía
Elementario. Los ganadores del Concurso de Ortografia Junior High fueron:
Dirksen Junior High: Scarlett Chavez;
Gompers Junior High: Jaden Ingles;
Hufford Junior High: Jerrod Sergeant; y
Washington Junior High: Adilene Reynoso. Los ganadores de Junior High
avanzaron al Concurso de Ortografía
de Will County. Otros ganadores incluyeron: Erick Hernandez, T.E. Culbertson Elementary; Aryiona Travis, M.J.
Cunningham Elementary; Aries Matos,
Farragut Elementary; Kyleen Buan, Forest Park Individual Education School;
Jasmine Mireles, Edna Keith Elementary; Lexi Cerrillo, Pershing Elementary;
Natalie Ulloa, Sator Sanchez Elementary; Arianna Westbrooks, Carl Sandburg
Elementary; Lisa Hartney, Taft Elementary; y Edith Banuelos, Lynne Thigpen
Elementary.
Joliet Reads
Bookmark Winners
Joliet Public Schools District 86 kicked off the 13th
year of Joliet Reads, a community reading campaign to
promote literacy, at a Joliet
Slammers baseball game.
Thirty District 86 students
were recognized as the winners of the annual Joliet
Reads bookmark art contest
during the pre-game activities at the ball park. The students’ bookmarks were given out during the school year to children
and adults in the Joliet community to promote reading.
The student winners included/ Los estudiantes ganadores incluyeron: T.E. Culbertson Elementary: Dalyssah Guzman-Calderon;
M.J. Cunningham Elementary: Liz Lopez; Eisenhower Academy:
Esme Bryson; Farragut Elementary: Savannah Hutchins; Forest
Park I.E.: Esperanza Partridge; Thomas Jefferson Elementary: Brittany Rangel Nino; Edna Keith Elementary: Jer’manee Amos; A.O.
Marshall Elementary: Priscila Aldaco, Emily Arteaga, Kevin Guzman; Marycrest Early Childhood Center: Saya Myers; Pershing Elementary: Afua Jackson, Eythyn Rossi, Sator Sanchez Elementary:
Daniel Diaz Jr.,; Carl Sandburg Elementary: Julietta Contreras;
Isaac Singleton Elementary: Toribio Morales; Taft Elementary: Mia
Macak; Lynne Thigpen Elementary: Michael Luce, Christopher
Medina; Dirksen Junior High: Uriel Gomez, Hezekiah Robertson;
Gompers Junior High: Roxsana Jimenez; Hufford Junior High: Larissa Baldwin, Brandon Berry, Emelia Gomez, Jasmin Lamas, Anna
Irene Smith; and Washington Junior High: Ginger Shadowens.
Ganadores De Joliet
Reads Bookmark
Joliet Public Schools dio inicio al decimotercero año de Joliet Reads, una campaña
comunitaria de lectura para promover la
alfabetización, durante un partido de béisbol de los Joliet Slammers. Treinta estudiantes del Distrito 86 fueron nombrados
los ganadores anuales del concurso Joliet
Reads Bookmark durante las actividades
previas al partido de juego de béisbol. Los
“Bookmarks” (marca-páginas) de los estudiantes fueron distribuidos a los estudiantes y
adultos de la comunidad para promover la
lectura.
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JOLIET GRADE SCHOOLS FOUNDATION
AWARDS CLASSROOM GRANTS
The Joliet Grade Schools Foundation for
Educational Excellence was established
in 2003 to enhance and enrich educational opportunities for District 86 students.
Over the past 13 years, the Foundation
has awarded 280 classroom grants totaling more than $330,000 to District 86 employees. Congratulations to the following
schools who will receive grants for the upcoming school year:
BECAS DE LA FUNDACION DE LAS ESCUELAS DE JOLIET
La Fundación de las Escuelas de Joliet para la Excelencia Educativa fue
establecida en 2003 para mejorar las oportunidades educativas de los
estudiantes del Distrito 86. En los últimos 13 años, la Fundación ha otorgado 280 becas con un total de más de $330,000 a los empleados del
Distrito 86. Felicidades a las siguientes escuelas que recibirán una beca
para el próximo año escolar:
T.E. Culberston Elementary
Dramatic Play Materials
$989.10
Eisenhower Academy
Lego Technics After-School Program
Lego Robotics After-School Program
I Imagine After-School Program
$990.99
$964.55
$939.05
Farragut Elementary
Student White Boards
$408.52
Forest Park I.E. Interactive Rug
$529.00
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Gompers Junior High
Versa tiles
$998.52
Read Aloud Books Project
$820.00
Animation Software
$960.00
Accelerated Reading Books $1,000.00
Health & Physical Education Materials
$989.49
Edna Keith Elementary
Scholastic News Magazines $1,000.00
J.F. Kennedy Center/Gompers/Washington
Real World Temp Data
$850.00
A.O. Marshall Elementary
Feed My Starving Children Field Trip
Third Grade Books
Dry Erase Activity Table
Marycrest Early Childhood Center
Money for Molecules
STEM Kits
STEM Resources
In-House Animal Field Trip
Family Book Club
$600.00
$407.66
$362.75
$960.00
$996.00
$994.54
$1,000.00
$973.28
Pershing Elementary
Math Inspired Text
$560.00
Sator Sanchez Elementary
PALS After-School Program
$1,000.00
Isaac Singleton Elementary
Literary Materials
$974.91
Project IMPACT After-School Program
$1,000.00
Literacy Alive Program
$973.28
Washington Junior High & Academy
Library Books
$981.17
Woodland Elementary
Guided Reading Books
$746.88
“The Foundation is pleased to award classroom
grants and scholarships to benefit District students,”
said Dr. Gerald Bersano, president of the Joliet Grade
Schools Foundation for Educational Excellence.
“These awards will provide students with additional
opportunities for learning.”
To learn more about the Foundation or to make a
donation, call Sandy Zalewski at (815) 740-3196 ext.
204.
“La Fundacion se orgullece en otorgar becas a las aulas en
beneficio de los estudiantes del Distrito,” dijo Dr. Gerald Bersano, presidente de la Fundación de las Escuelas de Joliet para
la Excelencia Educativa. “Estas becas proporcionara oportunidades adicionales para el aprendizaje de los estudiantes.”
Para obtener más información sobre la Fundación o para
hacer una donación, llame a Sandy Zalewski al (815) 740-3196
ext. 204.
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Young Authors Conference
Celebrates
Writing
Congratulations to the students who were invited to the Joliet Public Schools District 86 Young Authors’ Conference. Over
1,000 students and parents attended the event held at Sator
Sanchez Elementary School to honor “Rock Star Writers.” The
students enjoyed two interactive presentations with authors,
illustrators, and performers at the event.
Student manuscript winners included:
Ganadores del manuscrito estudiantil incluyeron:
Sidny Franco, T.E. Culbertson
Elementary; Stephanie Saldivar,
M.J. Cunningham Elementary;
Danielle Erickson, Eisenhower
Academy; Melody Maldonado,
Farragut Elementary; Jacenda
Moulton, Forest Park Individual
Education School; Kalyn Sudberry, Thomas Jefferson Elementary; Kevin Guzman, Edna Keith Elementary; Dayna Sharp, A.O.
Marshall Elementary; Bibian Pizarro, Pershing Elementary;
Krista Sierra, Sator Sanchez Elementary; Aidan Rutherford,
Carl Sandburg Elementary; Alejandro Centeno, Isaac Singleton Elementary; Madeline Hobbs, Taft Elementary; Ean Berglund, Lynne Thigpen Elementary; Jamie Perez, Woodland
Elementary; Johannna Ortiz, Dirksen Junior High; Jennifer
Diaz, Gompers Junior High; Amarri Garmon, Hufford Junior
High; and Caitlyn Wells, Washington Junior High.
In addition, congratulations to Isaac Singleton fifth grade
student Cyena Ulloa and Dirksen Junior High eighth grade
student Lynn Guthrie for designing the winning Tshirt designs.
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Conferencia De Young Authors
Celebra Escritores Estudiantiles
Felicidades a los
estudiantes que fueron invitados a la
Conferencia de Joliet
Public Schools District 86 Young Authors. Más de 1,000
estudiantes y padres
asistieron al evento
celebrado en la Escuela Sator Sánchez para honrar
a los “Rock Star Writers.” Los estudiantes disfrutaron
de dos presentaciones interactivas con autores,
ilustradores, y artistas.
Además, felicidades a Cyena Ulloa, estudiante
de quinto grado de Sator Sanchez y a Lynn Guthrie, estudiante de octavo grade de Dirksen Junior
High por diseñar las camisetas ganadoras.
Estudiantes Reciben $1,000
en Becas Universitarias
Students Receive $1,000
College Scholarships
The Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce & Industry awarded 43 students, including 19 District
86 students, from Joliet area schools with a $1,000
college scholarship at its third annual Joliet Scholarship Banquet. The scholarship program was
created to encourage and motivate students at an
early age (grades 4-8) to begin planning to attend
college. Students were nominated by an educator to apply for the scholarship. The applicants
had to maintain a grade point average of 3.75 or
above on a 4.0 scale and demonstrate service to
their school or community to be considered for
the award. The students were recognized at a recent banquet held at the Victorian Ballroom at the
Jacob Henry Mansion Estate.
This year’s winners include:
T.E. Culbertson Elementary Dalyssah Guzman-Calderon
(4th grade)
M.J. Cunningham Elementary –
Kayleen Iniguez (5th grade)
Eisenhower Academy –
Sophia Baltz (4th grade)
Farragut Elementary –
Samantha Hebrard-Flores
(5th grade)
Forest Park IE School –
Kate Elizabeth Bailey (4th grade)
Thomas Jefferson Elementary –
Kalyn Sudberry (4th grade)
La Cámara de Comercio de la
Región de Joliet otorgó a 43 estudiantes, incluyendo a 19 estudiantes
del Distrito 86, de las escuelas de la
zona de Joliet con una beca universitaria de $1,000 en su Tercer Banquete Anual de Becas Educativas.
El programa de becas fue creado
para estimular y motivar a los estudiantes de una edad temprana
(grados 4-8) para planear asistir a
la Universidad. Los estudiantes fueron nominados por un maestro
para llenar la solicitud. Los estudiantes tenían que tener un promedio académico de 3.75 en una
escala de 4.0 y demostrar servicio
a su escuela o comunidad para ser
considerado para el premio. Los
estudiantes fueron reconocidos en
un banquete celebrado recientemente en el Victorian Ballroom de
Jacob Henry Mansion Estate.
Los ganadores de este año:
Edna Keith Elementary –
Emily Arteaga (5th grade)
Lynne Thigpen Elementary –
Evelyn Rodriguez (4th grade)
A.O. Marshall Elementary –
Jessica Guzman (5th grade)
Woodland Elementary –
Jonathan De La Torre (5th grade)
Pershing Elementary –
Gabrielle Rose Piazza (4th grade)
Dirksen Junior High –
Johana Ortiz (7th grade)
Sator Sanchez Elementary –
Jimena Almazan (5th grade)
Gompers Junior High –
Diamond Desiree Reaves
(8th grade)
Isaac Singleton Elementary –
Cyena Ulloa (5th grade)
Carl Sandburg Elementary –
Jeremiah Newton (4th grade)
Taft Elementary –
Jacob Myles (4th grade)
Hufford Junior High & I.E.
Program –
Nina DiNardo (8th grade)
Washington Junior High &
Academy –
Valeria Aguirre (8th grade)
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Students
Compete in
STEM
Extravaganza
Congratulations to the 84 junior high students who
competed in the District 86 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Extravaganza. The gold medal winners included: Dirksen
Junior High: Iris Cazares, Hufford Junior High
& I.E. Program: Liam Baron, Lily Bryson, Julie
Matuszewski, Preston Moore, Makayla Szendzial, Valeria Villaflor and Washington Junior High
& Academy: Valeria Aguirre, Aeriell Beene, Kennedy Dorris, Jasmine Galvan, Alexandra Hughes,
Noah Riley, Maryann Swearingen, and Laura Woodard. In addition, the Hufford Junior High School
STEM team won $250 for their school in the
“Shark Tank” competition.
Felicidades a los 84 estudiantes de junior high
que compitieron en el Extravaganza Distrito 86
Ciencia, Tecnología, Ingeniería y Matemáticas
(STEM). Los ganadores de medallas de oro fueron: Dirksen Junior High: Iris Cazares, Hufford
Junior High & I.E. Program: Liam Baron, Lily
Bryson, Julie Matuszewski, Preston Moore, Makayla Szendzial, Valeria Villaflor y Washington
Junior High & Academy: Valeria Aguirre, Aeriell
Beene, Kennedy Dorris, Jasmine Galvan, Alexandra Hughes, Noah Riley, Maryann Swearingen, y
Laura Woodard. Además, el equipo de la Escuela
Hufford Junior High STEM ganó $ 250 para su escuela
en el concurso “Shark Tank”.
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SCHOOL LIBRARIES OPEN FOR STUDENTS
During Summer
To encourage reading during the summer months, District 86 school libraries will be open
at least two days each week for students to check out books from June 13th through July
21st. Students may visit any District 86 school. For more information, please call the
District office at (815) 740-3196.
T.E. Culbertson
M.J. Cunningham
Dirksen
Eisenhower
Farragut
Forest Park
Gompers
Hufford
Thomas Jefferson
Edna Keith
A.O. Marshall
Pershing
Sator Sanchez
Carl Sandburg
Isaac Singleton
Taft
Lynne Thigpen
Washington
Woodland
Closed for Maintenance
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
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CCR Tips
It’s Never Too Early to Start Thinking about College
College and Career Readiness
Commit
STUDENTS
PARENTS
• Read every day
• Complete your homework
• College is in your future; visit a college campus
• Visit your parent or a family friend at work.
What kind of skills/knowledge is needed to be successful?
• Let your child see you reading every day
• Check your child’s homework for completion
• College is in your child’s future; take him/her to visit
a college campus
• Bring your child to work with you.
Demonstrate what skills are needed to be successful.
Communicate
STUDENTS
PARENTS
• Attend your Parent-Teacher Conferences with your parents
• Tell your parents what you are learning in school
• Ask for help when you don’t understand or don’t know what to do
• Interview a family member or friend who has attended college
• Interview a family member or friend about what skills and
knowledge are needed at work
• Attend your child’s Parent-Teacher Conferences
• Contact your child’s teacher with questions or concerns
• Ask your child about his/her school day
• Help your child write questions to interview a family member or friend who has attended college
• Talk to your child about the connection between what he/she is learning in school and different careers
Take Risks
STUDENTS
PARENTS
• Get involved with clubs or sports that you haven’t tried before
• Be different from your friends if they don’t focus on their education
• Try things that are hard at first- stick with it
• Encourage your child to join clubs and activities at school/
in the community
• Admit when you don’t know the answer- help your child find
someone who does
• Teach your child a skill you have
Multicultal Education Recruitment in Teaching (MERIT). Distict 86, District 204, University of St. Francis, Joliet Community
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Consejos CCR
Nunca es demasiado temprano para pensar acerca de la universidad
Colegio y Carrera PReparación
Comprometer
ESTUDIANTES
PADRES
• Lea todos los días
• Termina tus tareas
• La universidad está en tu futuro; visita un campo universitario
• Visita a tus padres o un amigo de familia en él trabajo. Que tipo de habilidades y conocimientos se necesita para tener éxito?
• Deje que su hijo lo vea leer todos los días
• Revise la tarea de su hijo
• La universidad está en el futuro de su hijo; visite un campo
universitario
• Lleve a su hijo a trabajar con usted. Demuéstrele que
habilidades son necesarias para tener éxito.
Comunicación
ESTUDIANTES
PARENTS
• Asiste a tus conferencias de padres y maestros con tus padres
• Dile a tus padres lo que estas aprendiendo en la escuela
• Pide ayuda cuando no entiendas o no sabes que hacer
• Entrevista a un miembro de la familia o un amigo de familia que ha asistido a la universidad
• Entrevista un miembro de familia o un amigo de familia sobre que
conocimientos y habilidades son necesarias en el trabajo
• Asista a las conferencias de padre y maestros
• Póngase en comunicación con la maestra si tiene preguntas
o preocupaciones
• Pregúntele a su hijo sobre su día escolar
• Ayudele a su hijo a escribir preguntas para entrevistar a un
miembro de la familia o un amigo familiar que ha asistido a la
universidad
• Hable con su hijo acerca de la conexión entre lo que están
aprendiendo en la escuela y las diferentes carreras
Tomar Riesgos
ESTUDIANTES
PARENTS
• Involúcrate en clubs o deportes que no has probado antes
• Se diferente a tus amigos si no se concentran en su educación
• Prueba cosas que al principio pueden ser difíciles y termínalas
• Anime a su hijo a unirse a clubs y actividades en la escuela
o comunidad
• Admita cuando no sabe la respuesta; ayudé a su hijo a encontrar
a alguien que sepa la respuesta
• Enseñe a su hijo una habilidad que tenga
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JOLIET PUBLIC SCHOOLS DISTRICT 86 SUGGESTED
SCHOOL SUPPLIES LIST
School supply lists will be available this summer at the J.F. Kennedy Administrative Center and on
the website (www.joliet86.org). In
addition, copies of school supply
lists will be available at local retail
stores. Below is a sample of some
of the supplies that your child may
need in the appropriate grades.
Las listas de útiles escolares estarán
disponibles este verano en el Centro Administrativo de J.F. Kennedy y en nuestra
página de internet (www.joliet86.org).
Además, copias de las listas de útiles
escolares estarán también disponibles
en las tiendas locales. A continuación
encontrara una lista de algunos de los
útiles que su hijo podrá necesitar para
su grado apropiado.
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KINDERGARTEN
No. 2 pencils/Lápices #2
Crayons/Caja de crayolas
4 oz. white school glue/Botella de pegamento
Glue sticks/Tubos de pegamento
Pink Pearl erasers/Goma de borrar (marca Pink
Pearl)
Kleenex
Pocket folders/Folders
Small plastic pencil box/Caja pequeña para útiles
Scissors/Tijeras
Ziploc bags/Caja de bolsas Ziploc
Wet wipes/Toallitas húmedas
FIRST GRADE
No. 2 pencils/Lápices #2
Crayons/Caja de crayolas
4 oz. white school glue/Botella de pegamento
Glue sticks/Tubos de pegamento
Pink Pearl erasers/Goma de borrar (marca Pink
Pearl)
Kleenex
Pocket folders/Folders
Small plastic pencil box/Caja pequeña para útiles
Scissors/Tijeras
Ziploc bags/Caja de bolsas Ziploc
Wet wipes/Toallitas húmedas
SECOND GRADE
No. 2 pencils/Lápices #2
Pink Pearl erasers/Goma de borrar (marca Pink
Pearl)
Scissors/Tijeras
12” ruler/Regla de 12”
4 oz. white school glue/Botella de pegamento
Crayons/Caja de crayolas
Kleenex
2-pocket folders/Folders
Spiral notebooks/Cuadernos espirales
Ziploc bags/Caja de bolsas Ziploc
THIRD GRADE
No. 2 pencils/Lápices #2
Spiral notebooks/Cuadernos espirales
Pink Pearl erasers/Goma de borrar (marca Pink
Pearl)
Crayons/Caja de crayolas
4 oz. white school glue/Botella de pegamento
Glue sticks/Tubos de pegamento
Color markers/Paquete de marcadores
Color pencils/Paquete de lápices de color
2-pocket folders/Folders
Headphones for Computer/audifonos para
computadora
FOURTH GRADE
No. 2 pencils/Lápices #2
Assignment notebook/Cuaderno de tarea
Colored pencils/Lápices de crayolas
Blue, black and red pens/Plumas de color: Azul,
Negro y Rojo
Glue sticks/Tubos de pegamento
12” ruler/Regla de 12”
4 oz. white school glue/Botella de pegamento
Loose-leaf notebook paper/Paquete de papel con
rayas
Kleenex
2-pocket folders/Folders
Spiral notebooks/Cuadernos espirales
Headphones for Computer/audífonos para computadora
Scissors/Tijeras
Lined index cards/Paquete de cartas índice
con rayas
Spiral notebook/Cuaderno espirales
Kleenex
12” metric ruler/Regla de 12”
Protractor/Transportador de ángulos
Headphones for Computer/audífonos para
computadora
FIFTH GRADE
No. 2 pencils/Lápices #2
Spiral notebooks/Cuadernos espirales
Pink Pearl eraser/Goma de borrar (marca Pink
Pearl)
Blue, black and red pens/Plumas de color: Azul,
Negro y Rojo
Crayons/Caja de crayolas
Scissors/Tijeras
4 oz. white school glue/Botella de pegamento
Kleenex
2-pocket folders/Folders
Wide-ruled notebook paper/Paquetes de papel
con rayas, regla amplia
12” metric ruler/Regla de 12”
Headphones for Computer/audífonos para
computadora
Spiral notebooks/Cuadernos espirales
4 oz. White school glue/Botella de pegamento
4 oz.
Loose-leaf paper/Paquete de papel con rayas
Kleenex
Markers/Paquete de marcadores
12” metric ruler/Regla de 12”
Highlighters/Marcadores resaltadores
Headphones for Computer/audífonos para
computadora
SIXTH GRADE
No. 2 pencils/Lápices #2
2-pocket folders/Folders
3-ring binder/Binder
Blue, black and red pens/Plumas de color: Azul,
Negro y Rojo
SEVENTH GRADE
No. 2 pencils/Lápices #2
Highlighters/Marcadores resaltadores
Blue, black and red pens/Plumas de color:
Azul, Negro y Rojo
Loose-leaf paper/Paquete de papel rayado
EIGHTH GRADE
3-subject spiral notebooks/Cuadernos espirales
de 3 materias
Single subject spiral notebooks/Cuadernos
espirales para una clase
Loose leaf paper/Paquete de papel rayado
No. 2 pencils/Lápices #2
Blue, black and red pens/Plumas de color:
Azul, Negro y Rojo
Highlighters/Marcadores resaltadores
Kleenex
3-ring binders with pockets/Binder
2-pocket folders/Folders
Markers/Paquete de marcadores
12” metric ruler/Regla de 12”
(con pulgadas y centímetros)
Glue stick/Tubos de pegamento
Scissors/Tijeras
Headphones for Computer/audífonos para
computadora
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HEALTH
Requirements
FOR THE 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR
DENTAL
The Illinois Department of Public Health requires
that all kindergarten, second, and sixth grade students
have a dental examination prior to May 15, 2017 of the
school year. Yearly dental exams, however, are encouraged for all school-aged children. Make sure that
the school nurse receives a copy of the dental exam
form, signed by the dentist. Many District 86 schools
offer free mobile dental services. Contact your child’s
school for dates and times.
If parents fail to present proof by May 15th, the school
may hold your child’s report card. This requirement
may be waived for children who show an undue burden or a lack of access to a Dentist. Moreover, parents
or legal guardians who object to Dental examinations
on religious grounds shall not be required to submit
their children to the examination if such parents or
legal guardians present to the school nurse, a signed
statement of objection, detailing the grounds for the
objection.
VISION
Illinois law requires that
proof of an eye examination by an optometrist
or physician (such as an
ophthalmologist) who provided eye examinations be
submitted to school no later than October 15th for all students enrolling in kindergarten and any student enrolling for the first time
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in an Illinois school. Make sure that the school nurse
receives a copy of the eye examination form, signed
by the eye doctor.
If parents fail to present proof by October 15th,
the school may hold your child’s report card. This
requirement may be waived for children who show
an undue burden or a lack of access to an eye doctor. Moreover, parents or legal guardians who object
to eye examinations on religious grounds shall not be
required to submit their children to the examination if
such parents or legal guardians present to the school
nurse, a signed statement of objection, detailing the
grounds for the objection.
IMMUNIZATIONS
PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS
All kindergarteners, sixth grade students, and any
students new to the State of Illinois, are required by
the State of Illinois to have a physical examination
(within one year of the first day of school) and required
immunizations, by a licensed health care provider, to
enter school for the 2016-2017 school year. These
physical examination health forms must be given to
your child’s school nurse prior to the beginning of the
school year. Please keep a copy of this form at home
for your records.
SPORTS PHYSICALS
Cross country, basketball,
volleyball,
wrestling, and soccer
are offered at District 86 Junior High
Schools. The District
does not charge a fee
for participation in
the program; however, each child must
have a sports physical
form completed by a doctor. The physical must be on
file at the junior high school your child will be attending before he/she can participate in any interscholastic tryouts, practices, or competitions. The physical
required for sixth grade students can be used as the
sports physical if it is properly filled out. Please inform your child’s doctor of the need for a sport physical so that he/she can make the necessary notation
on your child’s school physical. The sport physical is
good for one calendar year from the date of the physical exam and required EVERY year.
All children entering school at any grade level (kindergarten through 8th grade) shall show proof of having received four or more doses of Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTP or DTaP) vaccine, with the last
dose being a booster and having been received on or
after the fourth birthday.
All children entering school at any grade level (kindergarten through 8th grade), shall show proof of
having received three or more doses of polio vaccine
(defined as oral poliovirus vaccine (OPV) or inactivated poliovirus vaccine (IPV) with the last dose having
been received on or after the fourth birthday.
All children entering pre-kindergarten (children
between 24 to 59 months of age) who have not received the primary series of pneumococcal conjugate
vaccine, according to the recommended vaccination
schedule, shall show proof of receiving one dose of
pneumococcal vaccine after 24 months of age.
All children entering school at any grade level (kindergarten through 8th grade) shall show proof of having received two doses of live rubella virus vaccine,
two doses of live mumps virus vaccine, and two doses
of live measles virus vaccine the first dose on or after the first birthday and the second dose no less than
four weeks (28 days) after the first dose.
All children entering kindergarten, first, or sixth
grade for the first time shall show proof of having received two doses of varicella vaccine, the first dose on
or after the first birthday and the second dose no less
than four weeks (28 days) after the first dose.
All children entering the sixth grade shall also show
proof of having received three doses of hepatitis B
vaccine. The first two doses shall have been received
no less than four weeks (28 days) apart. The interval
between the second and third doses shall be at least
two months. The interval between the first and third
doses shall be at least four months.
All children entering pre-kindergarten (children
between 24 to 59 months of age) shall show proof of
having received Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib)
immunization that complies with the Hib vaccination
schedule
All children entering the sixth grade shall show
proof of having received one dose of meningococcal
conjugate vaccine on or after the 11th birthday.
Please make sure that the doctor or other health
care provider indicates all immunizations on your
child’s immunization record. Make sure that the
school nurse receives a copy of your child’s immunization record no later than the first day of school.
If you have any questions, please call the Student
Services Department at (815) 740-3196.
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INFORMACIÓN DE SALUD
PARA EL 2016-2017
DENTAL
El Departamento de Salud
Pública de Illinois requiere
que todos los estudiantes de
Kínder, Segundo y Sexto grado tengan un examen dental
antes del 15 de mayo de 2017
del año escolar. Exámenes
dentales anuales, sin embargo, son recomendados para
todos los niños. Asegúrese que la enfermera de la escuela de
su hijo reciba una copia del Formulario de Examen Dental,
firmado por el dentista. Muchas de las escuelas en el Distrito
ofrecen servicios dentales móviles gratis. Comuníquese con la
escuela de su hijo para obtener el horario.
Los directores pueden retener el reporte de calificaciones
si la forma dental no es devuelta a la escuela antes del 15 de
mayo. Este requisito no es obligatorio para los niños de bajos recursos económicos o falta de acceso a un dentista. Por
otra parte, no se exigirá a los padres o tutores legales que se
oponen a los exámenes dentales por motivos religiosos que
su hijo reciba un examen; si los padres o guardianes legales
entregan a la enfermera de la escuela una declaración firmada
de objeción, detallando los motivos de la objeción.
VISIÓN
La ley de Illinois requiere prueba de un examen ocular por
un optometrista o un médico (por ejemplo, un oftalmólogo) y
que sea presentado a la escuela a más tardar el 15 de octubre
para todos los estudiantes que son matriculados en Kinder o
cualquier estudiante que sea matriculado por primera vez en
una escuela de Illinois. Asegúrese de que la enfermera de la
escuela reciba una copia del formulario de examen ocular, firmado por el médico de los ojos.
Si los padres no pueden presentar la prueba antes del 15 de
octubre, la escuela puede retener el reporte de calificaciones
de su hijo. Este requisito no es obligatorio para los niños de
bajos recursos económicos o falta de acceso a un oculista. Por
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otra parte, no se exigirá a los padres o tutores legales que se
oponen a exámenes de la vista por motivos religiosos que su
hijo reciba un examen; si los padres o tutores legales entregan
a la enfermera de la escuela, una declaración firmada de objeción, detallando los motivos de la objeción.
EXÁMENES FÍSICOS
El Estado de Illinois requiere que todos los estudiantes de
Kínder, los estudiantes de Sexto grado y estudiantes nuevos al
Estado de Illinois tengan un examen físico (dentro de un año
del primer día de escuela) y las vacunas requeridas por un profesional licenciado de salud, para comenzar en la escuela para
el año escolar 2016-2017. Las formas del examen físico deben
ser entregadas a la enfermera de la escuela de su hijo antes del
inicio del año escolar. Guarde una copia de este formulario en
su casa para sus archivos.
EXÁMENES FÍSICOS PARA DEPORTES
Los programas de cross-country, baloncesto, voleibol, lucha
libre y soccer se ofrecen en las escuelas secundarias del Distrito 86. El Distrito no cobra una cuota por participar en los
programas; sin embargo, cada niño debe tener una forma de
físico para deportes completado por un médico. El examen
físico debe ser archivado en la escuela secundaria para que
pueda participar en las pruebas, prácticas o competiciones. El
examen físico requerido para los estudiantes de sexto grado
puede ser utilizado como el deporte físico, si está debidamente llenado. Por favor informe a su pediatra sobre la necesidad de un deporte físico para que pueda hacer la notación
necesaria en la forma de su hijo. La forma del deporte físico
sirve por un año de la fecha del examen físico y es requerido
cada año.
INMUNIZACIONES
Todos los niños entrando a la escuela en cualquier nivel de
grado (kindergarten hasta octavo grado) deberán mostrar
prueba de haber recibido cuatro o más dosis de difteria, tétanos, vacuna contra la tos ferina (DTaP o DTP), con la última dosis siendo un “booster” y haber recibido la última en o después
que cumpla los cuatro años.
Todos los niños entrando en la escuela en cualquier nivel
de grado (kindergarten hasta octavo grado), deberá mostrar
prueba de haber recibido tres o más dosis de la vacuna contra
el polio (definido como vacuna contra el polio virus oral (OPV)
o inactivada (IPV) vacuna contra el polio virus), con la última
dosis recibida en o después de que cumpla cuatro años.
Todos los niños entrando a pre-kínder (niños entre 24 a 59
meses de edad) que no han recibido la serie primaria de la
vacuna neumococica conjugada, según el calendario de vacunación recomendado, deberán de recibir una dosis de la
vacuna contra el neumococo después de 24 meses de edad.
Todos los niños entrando en la escuela en cualquier nivel
de grado (kindergarten hasta octavo grado) deberán mostrar
prueba de haber recibido dos dosis de la vacuna del virus de
la rubéola y dos dosis de la vacuna del virus de paperas, y dos
dosis de la vacuna del virus vivo contra el sarampión, la primera dosis en o después del primer cumpleaños y la segunda
dosis no menos de cuatro semanas (28 días) después de la primera dosis.
Cualquier niño entrando a Kinder, primero o sexto grado
por primera vez deberá de mostrar prueba de haber recibido
dos dosis de la vacuna contra la varicela, la primera dosis en o
después del primer cumpleaños y la segunda dosis no menos
de cuatro semanas (28 días) después de la primera dosis.
Todos los niños entrando al sexto grado también deberán
mostrar prueba de haber recibido tres dosis de la vacuna contra la hepatitis B. Las dos primeras dosis no menos de cuatro
semanas (28 días) de diferencia. El intervalo entre las segunda
y tercera dosis será al menos dos meses. El intervalo entre las
primeras y la tercera dosis será al menos cuatro meses.
Todos los niños entrando a pre-kínder (niños entre 24 y 59
meses de edad) deberán mostrar el comprobante de haber
recibido la inmunización de Haemophilus influenzae tipo b
(Hib) que cumpla con el calendario de vacunación Hib.
Todos los niños entrando al sexto grado deberán mostrar
prueba de haber recibido una dosis de la vacuna antimeningocócica conjugada en o después que cumpla los once años.
Por favor asegúrese de que el médico u otro proveedor de
cuidado de la salud indiquen todas las vacunas en el registro
de vacunación de su hijo. Asegúrese de que la enfermera de la
escuela reciba una copia del registro de vacunación de su hijo
no más tarde que el primer día de escuela.
Si usted tiene alguna pregunta, por favor llame al Departamento de Servicios Estudiantiles al (815) 740-3196.
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2016-2017 REGISTRATION AND
RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS
All students must register each year whether or not the student is a current
student in a District 86 school or a child who is new to District 86.
REGISTRATION SCHEDULE
District 86 registration forms are provided online (www.
joliet86.org) and are also available for parents at each
school office.
Completed registration forms and required documentation must
be brought to the onsite registration according to the following
schedule:
June 13, 2016 - July 14, 2016
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays:
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Thursdays: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
There will be no registration on Fridays
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We encourage families to register at their child’s school.
Families with multiple children can enroll all children at
one school location.
REGISTRATION FOR RETURNING STUDENTS
All returning students must register each year. Parent(s)/
Guardian(s) of returning students are strongly encouraged
to begin the registration process online via the Parent Portal. Parents must have a Parent Portal account in order to
use the online service. Parents who do not yet have a Parent Portal account should visit their child’s school office
to create one. Online registration is currently only available in English. A Spanish language guide is provided to
assist parents to complete the online pre-registration process.
Parent(s)/Guardian(s) of returning students will still
need to personally attend the on-site registration to complete the registration process.
In addition to completing all District registration forms, the parent or guardian of the returning student must provide the following information:
• Three (3) proofs of residency.
• Legal custody documents, if applicable. (Any documents relating to the legal custody of the child, such as
divorce decrees or guardianships or Evidence of NonParent’s Custody, Control and Responsibility of a Student
(District Form 7:60-AP2, E3) should be presented.)
• Identification for the parent/guardian.
• Physical examination and proof of immunization records are required for students entering pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and sixth grade.
Category A: (1 document)
• Most recent tax bill and proof of payment
• Mortgage papers (homeowners)
• Signed and dated lease and proof of last month’s payment
• Letter from manager and proof of last month’s payment (trailer park residents)
• Letter of residence from landlord in lieu of lease (District Form 7:60-AP2, E1)
• Letter of residence to be used when the person seeking to enroll a student is living with a District resident
(District Form 7:60 AP2, E2)
Category B: (2 documents showing proper address)
• Driver’s license or State Identification
• Eye exams are required for incoming kindergartners
or students entering Joliet Public Schools District 86 for
the first time.
• Vehicle registration
• Dental exams are required for students entering kindergarten, second and sixth grade.
• Most recent cable television and/or credit card bill
• Voter registration
• Current public aid card
• Proof of TDAP immunization is required for all 6th
graders.
PROOF OF RESIDENCY
All parents/ guardians of both new and returning students must provide three (3) proof of residency before a
student’s registration can be completed. One proof must
be from Category A and two proofs must be from Category B.
• Current homeowners/renters insurance policy and
premium payment receipt
• Most recent utility bill
• Receipt for moving van rental
• Mail received at new residence
If you need assistance, please contact the Student Services Department at 815-740-3196.
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REQUISITOS DE RESGISTRACION Y RESIDENCIA
Todos los estudiantes tienen que inscribirse cada años aunque asistieron
al Distrito 86 o si son nuevos al Distrito 86.
HORARIO DE INSCRIPCIÓNES
Formularios de inscripción son proporcionados en
línea (www.joliet86.org) y también están disponibles
para los padres en la oficina de cada escuela.
Las formas completas, junto con los documentos requeridos
tienen que ser entregadas a la escuela que le pertenece al
estudiante según el siguiente horario:
13 de junio 2016 hasta 14 de julio 2016
De lunes a miércoles: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
jueves: 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
No habrá registro los viernes
Animamos a las familias a inscribirse en las escuelas
de sus hijos. Las familias con varios hijos pueden inscribir a todos los niños en una locación.
INSCRIPCIÓNES PARA ESTUDIANTES
QUE REGRESAN
Todos los estudiantes que regresan tienen que inscribirse cada año.
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Pedimos que los Padres/Tutores de los estudiantes que
regresan al Distrito 86 usen el Internet y el portal de
padres para empezar el proceso. Los padres necesitan
una cuenta para utilizar este servicio. Los padres que no
tienen una cuenta para el portal de padres deben ir a la
escuela para crearla. La inscripción a través del Internet
solamente es disponible en inglés. Se proporciona una
guía en español para asistir a los padres con el proceso
de pre-inscripción en línea. Los Padres/Tutores de los
estudiantes tendrán que ir a la escuela para completar el
proceso.
Además de completar los formularios de inscripción del Distrito, los padres/tutores del estudiante deben
proporcionar la siguiente información:
• Tres (3) comprobantes de domicilio.
• Documentos verificando la custodia del niño (Cualquier documento relacionado a la custodia
legal del niño, como documentos de divorcio, documentos verificando tutela o evidencia de la
custodia, control y responsabilidad del niño (Forma
7:60-AP2, E3) tienen que ser entregados.)
• Identificación del padre/tutor.
• El examen físico y pruebas de los registros de vacunas
son requeridos para los estudiantes que
ingresan a pre-kínder, kínder y sexto grado.
• Exámenes de la vista son necesarios para estudiantes
en kínder o los alumnos que entran al distrito 86 por
primera vez.
• Los exámenes dentales son necesarios para los
estudiantes que ingresan a kindergarten, segundo y
sexto grado.
• La prueba de vacunas de TDAP se requiere para todos
los estudiantes de grado sexto.
•Carta del gerente y prueba del último pago
(residentes del caravanas)
• Carta del dueño comprobando la residencia (Forma
del Distrito 7:60 AP2, E1)
• Cuando la persona que quiere inscribir al estudiante
vive con otro residente del Distrito,
necesita una carta comprobando la residencia (Forma
del Distrito 7:60 AP2, E2)
Categoría B: (Dos documentos indicando su domicilio)
• Licencia de chofer o Identificación del Estado
• Factura del vehículo
VERIFICACIÓN DE RESIDENCIA
Todos los padres/tutores de niños regresando o nuevos
tendrán que presentar tres (3) comprobantes de residencia para completar el proceso de inscripción. Tendrán
que presentar un documento de Categoría A y dos de
Categoría B.
•Tarjeta de registro para votar
Categoría A: (un documento requerido)
• Pago de los impuestos de la propiedad o cuenta del
condado)
• Póliza de seguros de propietarios/inquilinos y el
recibo del pago
• Documentos hipotecarios (Propietarios)
• Contrato de renta con la firma y fecha y comprobante
del último pago
•Factura mensual del cable o tarjeta de crédito
• Recién tarjeta de la ayuda pública
• Facturas más recientes de servicios públicos
(electricidad, agua o gas)
• Recibo de la renta del camión de mudanza
• Correo recibido al domicilio nuevo
Si necesita ayuda, llame al Departamento de Servicios Estudiantiles 815-740-3196.
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District 86 Students and Staff
Recognized for Reading
Congratulations to the students and staff members who
were honored at the Joliet
Reads Reading Reception. Two
students and one staff member
from all District 86 schools were
recognized for their reading accomplishments. Each student
received a medal, certificate,
and a gift card from Barnes &
Noble and the staff received a
certificate and a Barnes & Noble
gift card. The District also recognized Bernie’s Book Bank for
their commitment to literacy.
Since December, Bernie’s Book
Bank has donated over 112,000
books to District 86 students.
Los Estudiantes y Personal del Distrito 86 son Reconocidos en Lectura
Felicitaciones a los estudiantes y miembros del personal que fueron reconocidos durante la Recepción de Lectura de
Joliet Reads. Dos estudiantes y un miembro del personal de todas las escuelas del Distrito 86 fueron reconocidos por
sus logros en lectura. Cada estudiante recibió una medalla, un certificado y una tarjeta de regalo de Barnes & Noble y el
empleado recibió un certificado y una tarjeta de regalo de Barnes & Noble. El Distrito también reconoció a Bernie’s Book
Bank por su compromiso a la alfabetización. Desde diciembre, Bernie’s Book Bank ha donado más de 112,000 libros a los
estudiantes del Distrito 86. Los ganadores fueron:
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Winners included:
Los ganadores fueron:
T.E. Culbertson Elementary: Breanna Burke, Ulises Gaucin, Jennifer Lopez
M.J. Cunningham Elementary: Salvador Figueroa, Miguel Patino, Donna Sobotka
Eisenhower Academy: Danell Knight, Bethany Yanchick, Sue Carey
Farragut Elementary: Adan Rodriguez, Christian Tinoco, Michelle Decker
Forest Park Individual Education (I.E.) School: Yasmin Chavez, Faith Jordan, Laura Mansell
Thomas Jefferson Elementary: Emilianna Davila, Nataly Mireles, Timothy Thompson
Edna Keith Elementary: Sixto Jurado, Monserrat Rodriguez, Tameka Gadlen
A.O. Marshall Elementary: Angela Beatriz, Noel Gonzalez, Vanessa Gomez-Valencia
Marycrest Early Childhood Center: Gabriel Del Rio, Melanie Lopez, Cristina Rodriguez
Pershing Elementary: Miguel Guzman, Aveoghiomo Unoghale, Lisa Eardley
Sator Sanchez Elementary: Maria Belen Robles, Saul Gonzalez, Shann McDowell
Carl Sandburg Elementary: Angel Brown, Imanol Quiroz, Jenna Bornemann
Isaac Singleton Elementary: Trevor Koech, Aydenn McNealey, Katheryn King
Taft Elementary: Jeremy Fears, Marissa Murphy, Patricia Ledbetter
Lynne Thigpen Elementary: Janelly Carbajal, Chase Jameson, Brynn Hallman
Woodland Elementary: Ivan Fragoso, Angela Kranz, Jennifer Kuefler
Dirksen Junior High: Julianna Murray, Emigdio Pedroza, Belinda Ruiz
Gompers Junior High: Karol Lozano, Makayla Martinez, Chansonette Bates
Hufford Junior High & I.E. Program: Steven Bakalar, Dulce Martinez, Rachael Walker
Washington Junior High & Academy Program: Charvone Carter, Jessica Ramirez, Angela Pomaranski
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Ten Tips to Stop
the Summer Slide
Learning shouldn’t stop just because school is out.
In fact, stepping too far away from the books can result
in a learning loss. However, research has shown that
encouraging kids to read just six books, or 20 minutes
a day, over the summer can help prevent the summer
slide.
The key is finding ways to make reading fun, combining education and entertainment for an activity
kids can truly enjoy, said Kate DiCamillo, a two-time
Newbery Medal Award-winning author and the 2016
Collaborative Summer Library Program National
Summer Reading Champion.
“Reading should not be presented to children as a
chore or duty, but rather as a gift that emphasizes the
fun of opening a new book and celebrating the satisfaction that comes from reading another story,” said
DiCamillo, who is also the 2016-17 Pizza Hut BOOK
IT! Program literary partner.
Summer schedules can get busy, but with a little creativity it’s actually quite easy to fit in those 20 minutes
a day, even when you have other activities planned.
1. Take a book. The best way to get your kids reading is to have books available,
so take them with you, whether it’s in the car, at the beach or waiting at the doctor’s office.
2.Summer recharge. Plan ahead for a fun reading-related trip midway through
the summer to reignite the love of books and reward kids for reading. It doesn’t
have to be anything fancy; the trip could simply be camping like a character in a
favorite book.
3.Explore hobbies. Reading is extra fun when the subject matter involves your
favorite things. Look for books that match your kids’ personal interests, such as
dinosaurs or gymnastics.
kids write letters back and forth to practice their reading and writing skills.
7. Act it out. Encourage kids to gather some neighborhood friends and create a
play based on a favorite book. This helps kids understand the characters and story
lines by bringing them to life.
8.Take direction. Ask kids to read the directions for a classic summer project, like
setting up a tent or making a snack for a picnic. Whether they are directing you
or doing it themselves, reading and understanding directions builds important
skills.
9.Head to the library. Most libraries offer fun and interactive summer reading
programs for kids that include incentives, activities and structure to help get kids
excited about reading all summer long.
10. Tap into tech time. If you’ve committed to limiting screen time for the summer,
consider a compromise that lets kids use devices for productive activities, such as
reading e-books.
5.Road trip reading. A long car ride is the perfect opportunity for the whole family to enjoy an audiobook together. You can discuss the story over lunch breaks
and fuel stops to engage even further with the book.
The sooner you start a habit of reading every day,
the better your child will be prepared when school –
and the annual BOOK IT! Program – kicks off again.
The program, available to kindergarten through sixthgrade students, runs from October through March
each year and motivates students to read by rewarding them for their reading accomplishments with recognition and pizza. Learn more about the program
and find more summer reading tips and activities at
bookitprogram.com.
6.Pen pals. Work with other parents to set up pen pals for the summer and have
(Family Features) Photo courtesy of Getty Images
4.Magazine madness. Plenty of popular kids magazines can be delivered to your
home for an exciting surprise in the mailbox that makes an excellent reason to flip
it open and start reading.
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JOLIET PUBLIC SCHOOLS
DISTRICT 86
JFK Administrative Center
420 N. Raynor Avenue
Joliet, IL 60435
Phone: (815) 740-3196 Fax: (815) 740-6520
Charles E. Coleman, Ed.D., Superintendent
Ankhe Bradley, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction
Tanisha Cannon, Assistant Superintendent for Student Services
Cheryl Woods-Clendening, Assistant Superintendent for Personnel and Labor Relations
Nick Sakellariou, Chief Officer for Legal Services and Labor Relations
Sandy Zalewski, Coordinator for Communications and Development
T. E. CULBERTSON
1521 E. Washington St.
Joliet, IL 60433
Principal: Larry Tucker
PH: (815) 723-0035
Edna Keith
400 Fourth Ave.
Joliet, IL 60433
Principal: Michelle Johnson
PH: (815) 723-3409
ISAAC SINGLETON
1451 Copperfield Ave.
Joliet, IL 60432
Principal: Tony Villagomez
PH: (815) 723-0228
Dirksen Jr. High
203 S. Midland Ave.
Joliet, IL 60436
Principal: Rolland Jasper
PH: (815) 729-1566
M.J. Cunningham
500 Moran St.
Joliet, IL 60435
Principal: Maria Arroyo
PH: (815) 723-0169
A. O. Marshall
319 Harwood St.
Joliet, IL 60432
Principal: Vernecia Gee-Davis
PH: (815) 727-4919
Taft
1125 Oregon Ave.
Joliet, IL 60435
Principal: Joy Hopkins
PH: (815) 725-2700
Gompers Jr. High
1501 Copperfield Ave.
Joliet, IL 60432
Principal: Connie Russell
PH: (815) 727-5276
Eisenhower
Academy
406 Burke Dr.
Joliet, IL 60433
Principal: Wendy Wolgan
PH: (815) 723-0233
Marycrest Early
Childhood Center
303 Purdue Ct.
Joliet, IL 60436
Principal: Penny Greenwood
PH: (815) 725-1100
Lynne Thigpen
207 S. Midland Ave.
Joliet, IL 60436
Principal: Kim Gordon
PH: (815) 741-7629
Hufford Jr. High &
I.E. PROGRAM
1125 N. Larkin Ave.
Joliet, IL 60435
Principal: Kyle Sartain
PH: (815) 725-3540
Farragut
701 Glenwood Ave.
Joliet, IL 60435
Principal: Brenda Reiter-Gorman
PH: (815) 723-0394
Pershing
251 N. Midland Ave.
Joliet, IL 60435
Principal: Araceli Ordaz
PH: (815) 725-0986
Forest Park I.E.
1220 California Ave.
Joliet, IL 60432
Principal: Jacob Darley
PH: (815) 723-0414
Sator Sanchez
1101 Harrison Ave.
Joliet, IL 60432
Principal: Lisa Marie Moreno
PH: (815) 740-2810
Thomas Jefferson
2651 Glenwood Ave.
Joliet, IL 60435
Principal: Christopher Latting
PH: (815) 725-0262
Carl Sandburg
1100 Lilac Ln.
Joliet, IL 60435
Principal: Julie Rice Zurek
PH: (815) 725-0281
Thompson
INSTRUCTIONAL
CENTER
1020 Rowell Ave.
Joliet, IL 60433
Principal: Ann Keane
PH: (815) 740-5458
Washington Jr.
High & Academy
402 Richards St.
Joliet, IL 60433
Principal: Mike Latting
PH: (815) 727-5271
Woodland
701 Third Ave.
Joliet, IL 60433
Principal: Carol Paul
PH: (815) 723-2808
VISIT www.joliet86.org
FOR MORE INFORMATION
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