|www.cusd200.org||May 29, 2015|
Happy 50th, Madison!
This week, Madison Elementary celebrated their 50th Anniversary with the last of five all-school assemblies. In the last four months, Madison hosted an assembly for each of the decades the school has been in existence and honored guests and accomplishments of the 1960's, 1970's, 1980's and 1990's. Dr. Stone, Madison's original principal, even joined them for the 1960's assembly.
At Tuesday's final assembly, students built a time capsule that will remain closed for the next 50 years. Each classroom decided on their ideas of items that will be extinct in 50 years. Examples of 'extinct items' include desktop computers, classroom landline phones, textbooks, print encyclopedias, iPads and dry erase boards. Students took pictures of the items and wrote a short description so that students in 2065 could learn about them.
Madison Principal Tim Callahan is pleased with the anniversary celebrations' impact on student learning. "Taking a walk back in time to visit each decade allowed students to have fun while learning about our school's history. Students learned how important it is to leave a legacy and that one day, fifty years from now, future students will be digging through our time capsule from 2015," says Callahan.
Taste of Wheaton - Next Weekend!Returning to Wheaton June 4-7, this four-day festival is presented by the Wheaton Park District and Wheaton Chamber of Commerce.
For the young and young at heart, the carnival (located on Liberty Street between Hale and Cross) kicks off on Thursday, June 4 at 4 pm and runs throughout the festival. This year, get $5 off a carnival pass by purchasing by May 31. For more information on unlimited wristband pricing (including where to purchase) and exact hours, visit tasteofwheaton.com.
Besides having a blast at the carnival, kids can explore their creative side with Art in the Park, part of the Wheaton Park District’s “Create. Discover. Play.” initiative. Projects this year include a Tie Dye Station, Climbing Wall (sponsored by Showalter Roofing), Wheaton Park District facility activities, and a “Toy Check Up.”
Two Chromebooks for Each School
Thanks to the funds raised from the Distinguished Teacher Awards Pizza Palooza event, every school in District 200 will receive two Chromebooks from the NEW 200 Foundation. Read more about the donation here.
New E-School Bag Postings (Week of 5/25)
CUSD 200 In the News…
Upcoming Board Meetings
Wed., June 10 at 7:30 p.m.
School Service Center
Wed., July 8 at 7:30 p.m.
School Service Center
Wheaton Park District - Play Day Out & Sensory Garden Opening - Sat. May 30 from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Sensory Garden –just West of Naperville Rd on Navistar Dr. in Wheaton Event Flier
Student Records Destruction Notice - June 26, 2015
District 200 is scheduled to destroy student’s temporary records from the year 2010, in accordance with the Illinois School Code and current School Board policy. Please contact the Registrar at Wheaton North or Wheaton Warrenville South High Schools prior to the dates above, to arrange to receive a copy of your/or your child’s temporary records. After the date listed above, the records will be destroyed.
Jack's Army 4th Annual Golf Outing - Monday, July 20th
Klein Creek Golf Club
All proceeds go to research efforts and awareness by the Jack Pribaz Foundation to fight KCNQ2. For more information, see the flier.
|Erica Loiacono | Director of Public Relations