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- Hoffman School
September 25, 2015
HENKING/HOFFMAN
NEWSLETTER
MONDAY
TUESDAY 28
WEDNESDAY 29
THURSDAY 30
1
Hearing/Vision Hearing/Vision
Testing @HO Testing @HO
HE
PICTURE
DAY
FRIDAY 2
Hearing/Vision
Testing @HO
HE/HO Fall Carnival
HO - 6:30-9:00pm
5
6
7
8
9
15
16
Teacher
Conference
Day
HO Fine
Arts/PE
Curriculum
Night 6:007:30pm
12
13
14
Board of
Education Meeting
7:00pm
HO PICTURE
RETAKE DAY
NO SCHOOL
19
20
Book Fair at HE
9:00am – 8:30pm
21
22
Book Fair at HE
9:00am – 8:30pm
Book Fair at HE
9:00am – 8:30pm
23
SMILE ILLINOIS
AT HO
HE/HO Principal
Coffee @ HO
1:00-2:00pm
HENKING SCHOOL
2941 LINNEMAN STREET ! GLENVIEW ! 847-998-5035
http://he.glenview34.org
HOFFMAN SCHOOL
2000 HARRISON STREET ! GLENVIEW ! 847-998-5040
http://ho.glen
view34.org
CHARACTER COUNTS WEEK OCTOBER 19-23
HOFFMAN SCHOOL
HALLOWEEN PLANS
Dear Hoffman Family,
As the autumn leaves begin to fall and the air becomes more crisp, we know that the Halloween Holiday will soon
be upon us. At Hoffman School we will be celebrating Halloween on Friday, October 30, 2015. In order to help our
students enjoy this holiday in a safe manner, we will be using the following guidelines for our celebration at school.
In helping your child choose an appropriate costume, doing a little research on historical or storybook characters and
modeling the costumes after this would be an excellent choice. Specifically, children are strongly encouraged to dress as
literary characters from a favorite book (Examples: Harry Potter, Charlotte, the spider, from Charlotte’s Web, Viola Swamp,
Harriet the Spy, Johnny Appleseed, Willie Wonka, Pippi Longstockings, and other characters with positively redeeming
qualities) or patriotic figures (Examples: Uncle Sam, George Washington, Statue of Liberty). Students who come in costume
as an appropriate literary or patriotic character, will have their name placed in a lottery drawing where five costume names
will be selected to receive gift certificates to purchase books from a local book store.
* Carrying weapons or wearing roller blades WILL NOT be allowed.
* Costumes with blood, or promoting a violent theme are inappropriate.
* Masks of any kind are strongly discouraged unless they relate to an appropriate storybook character, historical figure, or
animal. “Scream” masks are inappropriate.
* Students will be given time to put on their costumes after lunch. Please do not send your child with makeup on
his/her face to school in the morning.
* Your child is allowed to go home for lunch on this day. We will need a written permission slip from you.
Children leaving for lunch will need to sign-out in their homeroom. We politely request that if your child is going home for
lunch on this day he/she goes home ONLY during his/her regular scheduled lunch hour/recess period. Students going
home are also politely urged to go with their parents, however, we recognize that some of our parents’ work schedules
may interfere with this schedule and you may make arrangements with a friend or neighbor. For your child’s safety, you
are requested to let us know of your plans on the attached permission slip. Children going home for lunch will be
dismissed through the FRONT DOOR ONLY. Fifth grade students only may choose to be dismissed through
the doors by Johns Park.
We will begin our annual Halloween parade at 1:15 pm. We will march throughout the school and parents may
view the parade in the gymnasium.
If you have any questions, please contact me at your convenience.
During the parade, our room parents will have time to prepare for the classroom celebrations while the students
are on parade. Getting into the spirit of this celebration, let’s hope for a Boo-ti-ful day!
Sincerely,
Mark Walther, Principal
PLEASE RETURN THIS FORM
BY
Friday, OCTOBER 23, 2015
To Hoffman School
My
child
___________________________________________________
___
will go home with me during his/her regular lunchtime
will go home with a friend/neighbor during his/her regular
lunchtime (please provide name and phone number of person)
___
_____________________________________________________________
will not go home but will remain in
school
___
______________________
Parent/Guardian Signature
_____________________________
Teacher
3rd Grade
4th Grade
5th Grade
Lunch
11:00-11:25 am
11:30 -11:55 am
12:00 -12:25 pm
Recess
11:30-11:50 am
12:00-12:20 pm
12:30-12:50 pm
HOFFMAN SCHOOL
HALLOWEEN PLANS
Queridos Padres de Familia:
Tal como empieza el otoño, cayéndose las hojas y con vientos más fuertes, sabemos que la fiesta de Halloween llega
muy pronto. En la escuela Hoffman nosotros vamos a celebrar el Halloween el viernes, 30 de octubre 2015. Para ayudar
a los estudiantes a tener un día de Halloween con suficiente seguridad, vamos a seguir las siguientes reglas para nuestra
celebración de la escuela.
Sería una idea excelente de ayudar a su niño(a) a que escoja un disfraz apropiado, le sugerimos investigar un poco
acerca de personajes históricos o de libros de fantasía y disfrazarse en uno de estos personajes. Específicamente
estamos
animando a los niños a vestirse como personajes literarios, culturales o históricos con características positivas y
apropiadas. Por ejemplo: LITERARIO; Roxie of the Hooligans, Gooney Bird Greene, Tía Lola, Gylfie of the Guardians of
G’Hoole, Percy Jackson o CULTURALES/HISTORICAS: Rosa Park, Jorge Washington, César Chavez, Mahatma
Gandhi, Albert Einstein, Moon Goddess de Goguryeo y Kazimierzi Pulaski. Los estudiantes que vengan disfrazados
apropiadamente de un personaje literario o patriótico van a tener la oportunidad de entrar a una rifa en donde cinco
nombres de alumnos serán seleccionados y recibir un certificado de regalo para comprar libros en una librería local.
! Llevando armas o patines NO ES PERMITIDO.
! Disfraces con sangre o temas violentos son inapropiados
! Máscaras están prohibidas a menos que estén vestidos como un personaje literario, histórico o un animal. Máscaras de
“Grito” son inapropiadas.
! Los estudiantes van a tener tiempo después del almuerzo para ponerse su disfraz. Favor de no mandar al niño a la
escuela con maquillaje en la cara por la mañana .
! A su niño(a) se le permitirá ir a su casa para almorzar ese día. Van a necesitar firmar el permiso y devolverlo a su
maestro(a) de antemano. Los niños que van a salir ese día firmarán la salida en su salón. Queremos pedirles que si su
niño se va a su casa para almorzar este día que vaya SOLO durante su hora de almuerzo y recreo. Los estudiantes
que van a su casa también están recomendados a ir con sus padres, aunque sabemos que puede ser difícil para los
padres que trabajan y que quieren hacer planes con un amigo o vecino. Para la seguridad de su hijo(a) , le pedimos
que firmen el permiso adjunto. Los niños que van a su casa para almorzar van a salir por la PUERTA DE LA
OFICINA solamente. Solo los estudiantes en quinto grado pueden salir por las puertas cerca de Johns Park.
Nuestro Desfile de Halloween comenzará a la 1:15 pm. Desfilaremos a través de la escuela, los padres pueden ver el
Desfile cuando pasemos por el gimnasio.
Si Ud. tiene alguna pregunta favor de llamarme cuando le sea conveniente.
Durante el desfile, las mamás o papás del salón tendrán tiempo de preparar el salón para la fiesta. ¡Al sentir el espíritu de
esta celebración, esperamos tener un bonito día!
Sinceramente,
Mark Walther,
Director de la Escuela Hoffman
POR FAVOR DE DEVOLVER ESTA FORMA A MAS TARDAR EL
VIERNES 23 DE OCTUBRE, 2015
A
LA ESCUELA HOFFMAN
HALLOWEEN
Mi hijo/a____________________________________________________:
Irá a casa en la hora de su almuerzo.
Irá a casa con mi vecino o amigo, durante la hora de el almuerzo. ( por
favor escriba el nombre y el teléfono de la persona:)
Permanecerá en la escuela, no saldrá de la escuela.
Firma del padre o del guardián.
Maestra/o
El Horario de Almuerzo:
3 r grado
11:00 –11:25 am
4° grado
11:30-11:55 am
5° grado
12:00-12:25 pm
El Horario de Recreo:
11:25-11:50 am
11:55-12:20 pm
12:30-12:50 pm
Capture Your Memories in this Year's
Hoffman School
Yearbook!
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Add photos from your computer,
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Add memories & photos from throughout
the year. Share them with your classmates
to include in their personal pages.
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Send and receive Bling and signatures. A
great way to share expressions of friendship!
*Must be a parent or student 13 years or older.
2 Enter our school’s passcode:
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Yearbook Price:
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Patent Pending © 2015 TreeRing Corporation
¡Les Invitamos a Incluir sus Propias
Fotos y Páginas al Anuario de
Hoffman School
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PRADO PO
SI ES COM
30
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SEPTIEMB
¡Las primeras 2 páginas personalizadas son gratis!
Añadir fotos de su computadora, y tambien
de su cuentas de Facebook o Flickr
Incluya sus fotos y recuerdos de todo
el año y compartirlos con su escuela
Puedo mandar y recibir firmas y Bling.
Para Comprar Su Anuario y Personalizar
Sus Páginas:*
*Debe ser un padre o un estudiante de 13 años o más
1 Visite www.TreeRing.com/validate
2 Entre nuestro código de acceso:
1013789364573593
Precio del Anuario:
$13.99
Patent Pending © 2015 TreeRing Corporation
Dear Third Grade Parents and Students,
On Tuesday, October 6th, award-winning children’s nonfiction author SUZANNE SLADE will be
visiting Third Grade Students at Hoffman. Ms. Slade will be happy to sign and personalize
books for students on the day of her visit. Orders must be received by Thursday, Oct. 1st.
Quantity
Title
The Inventor’s Secret: What
Thomas Edison Told Henry Ford
Personalized
to:
Thomas Edison and Henry Ford‘s curiosity led them
to become inventors, with very different results. As
Edison invented hit after commercial hit, gaining
fame and fortune, Henry struggled to make a single
invention (an affordable car) work. This is the littleknown story of how Thomas Edison and Henry
Ford grew up to be the most famous inventors in the
world and best friends, too.
Cost
Total
Hardcover
book,
$16.50
Soda Bottle School
In a Guatemalan village, students squished into their
tiny schoolhouse, two grades to a classroom. The
villagers had tried expanding the school, but the
money ran out before the project was finished. Until
one boy got a wonderful, crazy idea: Why not use
soda bottles, which were scattered all around, to
form the cores of the walls? Sometimes thinking
outside the box leads to the perfect solution.
Personalized
to:
With Books and Bricks: How Booker T.
Washington Built a School
Personalized
to:
Booker T. Washington had an incredible passion for
learning. Born a slave, he taught himself to read.
When the Civil War ended, he was able to attend
school and was invited to teach in Tuskegee,
Alabama. Finding many eager students but no
school, Booker set out to build his own school-brick by brick
Hardcover
book,
$16.50
Hardcover
book,
$16.50
Friends for Freedom
No one thought Susan B. Anthony and Frederick
Douglass would ever become friends. They came
from two very different worlds. But they shared
deep-seated beliefs in equality and the need to fight
for it. Despite naysayers, hecklers, and even
arsonists, Susan and Frederick became fast friends
and worked together to change America.
Personalized
to:
Thank You!
ORDERS DUE in your
library by Thursday.
Oct.1st.
! Cash or ! Check (payable to
“The Book Stall”) enclosed.
Hardcover
book,
$16.50
Total:
All prices reflect a 10% discount
and include tax!
Child’s Name: ________________________________
Classroom Teacher: _______________________ Grade:_______________ (pg1 of 2)
Dear Third Grade Parents and Students,
On Tuesday, October 6th, award-winning children’s nonfiction author SUZANNE SLADE will be
visiting Hoffman. Ms. Slade will be happy to sign and personalize books for students on the
day of her visit. Orders must be received by Thursday, Oct. 1st.
Zap! Wile E. Coyote Experiments
with Energy
Personalized
to:
Wile E. Coyote's biggest desire is to finally get his
hands on Road Runner. Watch as he invents clever
traps using energy from fossil fuels, the sun, wind,
and more. Will Wile E.'s experiments with energy
help him catch that bird? Or will he get zapped by
his own plans?
Splat! Wile E. Coyote Experiments
with States of Matter
Personalized
to:
Wile E. Coyote wants nothing more than to get hold
of Road Runner. Watch as he uses liquids, solids,
and gases in clever ways to catch that bird. Will the
states of matter help him succeed? Or will his
schemes dry up in the hot desert sun?
Who Eats What in a Desert Food
Chain
Personalized
to:
The Sonoran desert teems with life. From an Octillo
plant to a Crested Caracara, the living things in this
book are linked together in a food chain. Each one
of them needs the others in order to live. Find out
what eats what in the Sonoran Desert!
Who Eats What in an Ocean Food
Chain
Personalized
to:
The Great Barrier Reef teems with life. From algae
to a grey reef shark, the animals in this book are
linked together in a food chain. Each one of them
needs the others in order to live. Find out what eats
what in the ocean!"
Thank You!
ORDERS DUE in your
library by Thursday.
Oct.1st.
! Cash or ! Check (payable to
“The Book Stall”) enclosed.
Paperback
book,
$7.75
Paperback
book,
$7.75
Paperback
book,
$7.75
Paperback
book,
$7.75
Total:
All prices reflect a 10% discount
and include tax!
Child’s Name: ________________________________
Classroom Teacher: _______________________ Grade:_______________ (pg 2 of 2)
5TH GRADE FAMILIES-------------AN AMAZING AUTHOR VISIT!
SPACE DUMPLINS
by Craig Thompson
In a galaxy far, far away, a young girl and her motley crew of friends fight to save her father and the solar
system from a destructive fleet of space whales.
After exhausting all other fuel sources, inhabitants of the universe now rely on the waste of planet-eating space
whales, which is processed by "lumberjacks" like Violet's dad, who is sent on an impossible mission and ends up
missing. Violet and her newfound gang of friends—embark on a quest to save her dad from a space whale and
help stop a deluge of whale dysentery from drowning the solar system.
A weird and wonderful intergalactic children’s tale from a well-loved inventor of adult titles.
5th graders will meet Craig
Tuesday, October 6th at 12:50
in the Hoffman LRC.
Signed copies of his books will be available from The Book Stall in
Winnetka who is providing this opportunity to our school.
Personalized
to:
! Cash or ! Check
Paperback
$14.60
(payable to “The Book Stall”)
Thank You!
ORDERS DUE in your
library by Thursday.
Oct.1st.
All prices reflect a 10% discount
and include tax!
Child’s Name: ________________________________
Classroom Teacher: ______________________
Total:
www.HenkingHoffmanPTA.org
tp://henkinghoffmanpta.org/
p://henkinghoffmanpta.org/eventsschedule
http://henkinghoffmanpta.org/Fall-Carnival
http://vols.pt/SAw1Xh
http://henkinghoffmanpta.org/School-House-Rock
http://tinyurl.com/HEMonsterBookFair
http://henkinghoffmanpta.org/Pizza-Dinner
http://henkinghoffmanpta.org/Schoola-Clothing-Drive
www.heinensrewards.com
http://henkinghoffmanpta.org/join-us
http://tinyurl.com/HEHOvol
FALL CARNIVAL
Friday, October 2
6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Hoffman School
Health & Wellness
Raffle prize
sponsored by
Save time AND money:
order your tickets now!
Avoid the lines and
get more bang for your buck!
Northbrook
Pre-ordered tickets will be delivered to your child’s classroom on
Thursday, October 1 or Friday, October 2
$1.00 for 5 tickets
$5.00 for 25 tickets
$10.00 for 50 tickets
Tickets will be $1.00 for 4 tickets at the carnival.
For more info, contact Deborah Cohen ([email protected]) or Patty Yang ([email protected]).
Return this portion to school with cash or check payable to HE/HO PTA by
Wednesday, September 30.
Student’s Name:
School:
Teacher: _______________________________
Grade: ______
Number of Tickets Ordered:
Amount Enclosed: $ __________
Tickets are also available for online purchase at: http://henkinghoffmanpta.org/event-2030204
PayPal and credit cards (via PayPal are accepted)
Carnaval del Otoño
viernes 2 de octubre
6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Escuela Hoffman
Ahorre tiempo y dinero ¡Pida sus boletos ahora!
¡Evite las líneas y
obtendrá más por su dinero!
Health &
Wellness Raffle
prize sponsored
by
Northbroo
k
Los boletos serán entregados al salon de su hijo/a
el jueves 1° de octubre o el viernes 2° de octubre.
$1.00 por 5 boletos
$5.00 por 25 boletos
$10.00 por 50 boletos
Los boletos serán 4 por $1.00 en el carnaval.
Si tiene preguntas o quiere más información por favor de dejarnos saber,
Deborah Cohen ([email protected]) o Patty Yang ([email protected]).
Devuelva este formulario con su pago (efectivo o cheque a nombre de HE/HO PTA) antes de
miércoles, 30 de septiembre.
Nombre:
___
Maestro: _______________________________
Cantidad de boletos deseados:
Escuela:
Grado: ______
Cantidad adjunta: $ __________
Compre boletos por la página web: http://henkinghoffmanpta.org/event-­‐2030204
Se acepta tarjeta de crédito o PayPal.
Hello Hoffman Family,
Vision and Hearing screening will take place
Wednesday September 30th, Thursday October 1st,
and Friday October 2nd. If your child wears
glasses, please make sure they have them on
these dates. It is very important they have them
available for the testing. Thanks so much.
Stacy Caputo
HO School Nurse
__________________________________________________________________
PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY AT HOFFMAN
Picture re-take day has been scheduled for Monday, October 12 th . If your child was not in
attendance on our original photo day, your child will be photographed on this day. To receive
pictures you must turn in the Color Portraits order form with payment. If you are requesting a
retake because you are unhappy with the photo taken, please have your child bring the entire
package to the school office AS SOON AS POSSIBLE to be added to the list. The photo
package must be returned to the photographer. If you have any questions, please call the office.
Thank you.
__________________________________________________________________
Hoffman Receives Special Designation
Hoffman School was recently designated as a TreeRing
Green Yearbook school! What does this mean? Because
we sold 371 yearbooks last year, our partner, Trees For
The Future, will be planting 371 trees in our school’s name. What a great way
for us to help our environment! Thank You!
Recorders!
Dear Parent/Guardian,
This week, students received a letter to take home
informing them that they still need a recorder for music
class. If your child received one of these letters, please
fill out the letter and return the form and money back to
the main office as soon as possible. Checks can be made
out to “Glenview School District 34.”
If your child has a recorder at home, they may bring that
in to use. If you have 2 children attending Hoffman, both
need to have their own recorder.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me via email at [email protected] or by phone
(847)657-2520.
Thank you!
Mrs. Banas
Purchasing Options:
$8.00- I need a recorder AND Recorder
Express Book
$5.00- I have the Recorder Express
Book and just need a recorder.
Parent/Principal
Coffee
You’re Invited
Please plan on attending a highly informative and engaging
Parent/Principal Coffee on Tuesday, October 20 from 9:15-10:15
am at Hoffman School! Our Principals, Mark Walther (Hoffman)
and Irene Villa (Henking) will be leading a fun discussion of the
book
entitled,
How
To
Raise
an
Adult-Break
Free
of
the
Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success by Julie
Lythcott-Haims (2015).
All participants are strongly encouraged to purchase and
read this helpful book offering practical strategies that underline
the importance of allowing children to make their own mistakes
and
develop
the
resilience,
resourcefulness,
and
inner
determination necessary for success!
PLEASE COME!
_____________________________________________________________________
SHINE YOUR SMILE DAY! Hoffman School is hosting Smile Illinois Mobile Dentists on Friday,
October 23rd, 2015. Smile Illinois is an on-site dental prevention services program. Its team
will set up a mini-dental office in our building and will provide dental examinations, cleanings,
fluoride treatments and sealants (if needed) for all children- no child is turned away from Smile
Illinois because of financial need. If you’re interested in having your child receive preventive
dental care on our Shine Your Smile Day, October 23rd, 2015, please contact Jill Guinan,
Hoffman Social Worker no later than Monday, September 28th, 2015 at (847) 657-2533.

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