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  • Get Your Tickets for "Annie, Jr."

    Jefferson's spring musical production is rapidly approaching, so get your tickets now! The in-school performance for Patriot students and staff is April 10th, and the evening shows are the 11th and 12th starting at 7:30 pm. For information about securing free but required tickets for the evening shows, click the title link by 3/22/2019.

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  • New Morning Routine

    Starting March 15th, all students involved in morning activities are asked to enter through the main entrance. All entrance doors will be locked. An office staff member will be present at the main entrance to buzz in students starting at 6:45 am. We understand this is a change and appreciate your support and understanding as we continually strive to maintain the safety of our school environment.

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  • Come out for some KUL jazz!

    The Patriot Jazz Combo accompanied by Mr. Kulik and Profe Myers will be performing on April 2nd starting at 5:30 pm. Don't miss this chance to listen to some great music!

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  • 6th Annual W4W: Thursday, April 18

    Help support Jefferson 7th graders meet their goal of raising over $2500 to help Asili Girls Vocational Secondary School in Lira, Uganda build a well. The Walk for Water is a great way to support their efforts, be a part of the Jefferson community, and know that you are doing something amazing to support children around the world. Click the title link to find out more details and download the registration form.

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  • Patriot Connection Fundraiser: TCBY 3/25-3/29

    Staying in "The Ville" for Spring Break? Grab some FroYo at the TCBY on Showplace Drive any time Monday through Friday and 15% of the proceeds will go to support our Patriot Connections restaurant fundraiser. Click the title for details and to access the flyer.

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  • Patriot Connections Fundraiser: DQ 8/31/18

    Patriot Connections and Dairy Queen are joining together in support of JJHS families in need -- Stop by and grab an ice cream before or after the Spring Musical on Friday, April 12th. Click the title to access the flyer you'll need to bring in.

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  • For 8th Graders and their Families

    Jefferson Junior High School eighth graders and their families planning for the transition to 9th grade should check our "Transitioning to High School" page by clicking the title link or the icon in the Patriot Spotlight.

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  • Summer School Information

    Learn about junior high options for summer school. Registration is now open. Click the title for more detailed information and a link to the district landing page for summer learning.

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  • IAR Testing April 3-5

    Jefferson students will be taking the Illinois Assessment Readiness (IAR) test April 3rd through 5th.. It is crucial for students to bring their charged Chromebook and their own headphones each day. For more information, click the title link.

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Principal's Newsletter

  • April Dates

    Posted by Megan Ptak on 3/18/2019


    Good afternoon. I am excited to share our April upcoming dates with you. April means that we are right around the corner to the end of the school year, but we still have lots of fun in store for the students during these final two months. Please remember in order to get a full list of daily activities and events go to our Jefferson website.

    April Dates:

    April 1—Return from Spring Vacation
    April 3—Testing Begins (further communication coming from Mrs. Farmer)
    April 9—Home and School Meeting @ 8:30 a.m.
    April 11 and 12—Spring Musical @ 7:30 p.m.
    April 17—5th Grade Parent Orientation Night @ 7 p.m.
    April 19—NO SCHOOL
    April 23—6th Grade Band/Chorus Concert @ 7:30 p.m.
    April 24—JJHS Feeder School Band Concert @ 7:30 p.m.
    April 25—7th Grade Band & 7/8 Chorus Concert @ 7:30 p.m.

    Be on the lookout for other end of the year Talk 203 communications as we enter into the final months of the 2018-2019 school year. Have a great weekend!

    Megan Ptak, Principal


    Buenas tardes. Estoy encantada de compartir con ustedes las fechas del próximo mes de abril. Abril significa que el final de curso está a la vuelta de la esquina, pero todavía tenemos muchas actividades divertidas para los alumnos durante estos últimos dos meses. Por favor, recuerde que para obtener una lista completa de todas las actividades y eventos diarios debe visitar nuestra página de internet de Jefferson.

    Fechas de abril:

    1 de abril—Regreso de las vacaciones de primavera
    3 de abril —Comienzan las pruebas (recibirán más comunicaciones de Mrs. Farmer)
    9 de abril —Reunión de la asociación de padres Home and School a las 8:30 de la mañana.
    11 y 12 de abril—Musical de primavera- Spring Musical a las 7:30 de la noche
    17 de abril —Noche de orientación para los padres de 5º grado- Parent Orientation Night a las 7 de la noche.
    19 de abril —NO HAY ESCUELA
    23 de abril —concierto de banda y coro de 6º Grado a las 7:30 de la noche.
    24 de abril —JJHS Feeder School Band Concert- concierto de las bandas asociadas a la escuela a las 7:30 de la noche
    25 de abril —Concierto de la banda de 7º grado y concierto del coro de 7º/8º grado a las 7:30 de la noche


    Estén pendientes de otras comunicaciones de Talk 203 de final del curso ya que entramos en los meses finales del curso 2018-2019. ¡Espero que tengan un buen fin de semana!

    Megan Ptak, directora

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  • State Testing in April

    Posted by Malee Farmer on 3/12/2019


    We will begin state testing when we return from spring break. Jefferson is scheduled to take the new state test, Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR), on April 3rd, 4th, and 5th. The 8th grade students take an additional test, Illinois Science Assessment (ISA) on April 23rd. To minimize the impact on instruction, please try to make sure your student is in attendance on these days. If your student is ill, please make sure to call the student in. The student will be scheduled for a make-up test.

    We appreciate your partnership in making sure students are ready for the test. Please make sure students get a good night’s rest and eat breakfast in the morning. The attached letters include more information.

    Thank you,
    Malee Farmer
    Assistant Principal


    Vamos a tener las pruebas estatales cuando regresemos de las vacaciones de primavera. Jefferson tendrá que tomar la nueva prueba estatal para evaluar el grado de preparación, Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR, siglas en inglés), los días 3, 4 y 5 de abril. Los alumnos de 8º grado tomarán una prueba adicional de ciencias, Illinois Science Assessment (ISA, siglas en inglés) el 23 de abril. Para minimizar el impacto en la instrucción, intenten que su hijo esté presente en estos días. Si su hijo está enfermo, asegúrense de llamar a la enfermería para notificarlo. El alumno tendrá un examen de recuperación.

    Apreciamos su colaboración y ayuda para que los alumnos estén listos para la prueba. Por favor, asegúrense de que sus hijos descansen bien y desayunen por la mañana. Las cartas adjuntas incluyen más información.

    Malee Farmer


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  • Importance of Attendance

    Posted by Megan Ptak on 3/5/2019

    Dear Jefferson Families,


    As you know attending school regularly has a huge impact on a student’s academic success. Even as children grow older and more independent, families play a key role in making sure students get to school safely every day and understand why attendance is so important for success in school and in life.


    We realize some absences are unavoidable due to health problems or other circumstances. But, we also know that when students miss too much school— regardless of the reason – it can cause them to fall behind academically. Your child is less likely to succeed if he or she is chronically absent—which means missing 18 or more days over the course of an entire school year. Research shows:

    • By 6th grade, chronic absence is a proven early warning sign for students at risk for dropping out of school.
    • By 9th grade good attendance can predict graduation rates even better than 8th grade test scores.

    Absences can add up quickly. A child is chronically absent if he or she misses just two days every month! Clearly going to school regularly matters!


    In an effort to support positive attendance, we are implementing a new award for exceptional attendance. This award is called “A+ Attendance”. It will be given out each trimester for students who have absences equaling 1 or less days that trimester.

    Here are a few practical tips to help support regular attendance:


    • Make sure your children keep a regular bedtime and establish a morning routine.
    • Lay out clothes and pack backpacks the night before.
    • Ensure your children go to school every day unless they are truly sick
    • Avoid scheduling vacations or doctor’s appointments when school is in session.
    • Talk to teachers and counselors for advice if your children feel anxious about going to school.
    • Develop back up plans for getting to school if something comes up. Call on a family member, neighbor, or another parent to take your child to school.
    • If your student is sick and you are keeping them home, please contact out attendance line at 630-420-4747. When students are out, their parent/guardian must contact our office prior to 7:45am.


    Let us know how we can best support you and your children so that they can show up for school on time every day. We want your child to be successful in school! If you have any questions or need more information please contact your child’s school counselor.


    Mrs. Megan Ptak, Principal
    Mrs. Malee Farmer, Assistant Principal
    Mr. Eric Decker. Assistant Principal

    Estimadas familias de Jefferson,

    Como ustedes ya saben, asistir a la escuela con regularidad tiene un gran impacto en el éxito académico de un alumno. Incluso, a medida que los niños crecen y son más independientes, las familias tienen un papel clave para garantizar que los alumnos lleguen todos los días de una manera segura a la escuela y que entiendan el por qué es tan importante la asistencia para tener éxito en la escuela y en la vida.


    Comprendemos que algunas faltas son inevitables debido a problemas de salud u otras circunstancias. Pero, también sabemos que cuando los alumnos faltan demasiado a la escuela - independientemente del motivo - esto puede hacer que se atrasen académicamente. Si su hijo está ausente de forma crónica, es menos probable que tenga éxito- lo que significa que faltan 18 o más días en el transcurso de un curso completo. Los estudios muestran:


    • Para el 6º grado, la ausencia crónica es una señal comprobada de advertencia temprana de alumnos que corren el riesgo de abandonar la escuela.
    • Para el 9º grado, una buena asistencia puede predecir los índices de graduación incluso mejor que los resultados de las pruebas de 8º grado


    Las faltas pueden sumarse rápidamente. ¡¡Un alumno tiene ausencia crónica si pierde solo dos días de clases cada mes!!


    Para demostrar nuestro apoyo a la asistencia positiva, estamos implementando un premio nuevo por tener asistencia excepcional. Este premio se llama “A+ Attendance”. Se le entregará cada trimestre a los alumnos que tengan uno o menos días de faltas en ese semestre.


    Aquí tienen algunos consejos prácticos para ayudar a apoyar la asistencia regular:


    • Asegúrense de que sus hijos mantienen una hora regular para acostarse y establezcan una rutina por las mañanas.
    • Preparen la ropa que se vayan a poner y metan las cosas necesarias en las mochilas por la noche antes de acostarse.
    • Asegúrense de que sus hijos van a la escuela todos los días a no ser que estén realmente enfermos.
    • Eviten programar vacaciones o citas médicas cuando los niños tengan clases en la escuela.
    • Hablen con los profesores o consejeros académicos para que les den consejos si sus hijos tienen problemas y ansiedad por asistir a la escuela.
    • Desarrollen planes de emergencia para llegar a la escuela en caso de que surja algo improvisto. Llamen a un familiar, vecino u otro padre para que lleven a su hijo a la escuela.
    • Si su hijo está enfermo y se va a quedar en casa, por favor, póngase en contacto con la línea de asistencia llamando al teléfono 630-420-4747. Cuando los alumnos no asisten a la escuela, sus padres/tutores deben de ponerse en contacto con nuestra oficina antes de las 7:45 de la mañana.


    Déjenos saber cómo podemos apoyarlos mejor a usted y a sus hijos para que puedan llegar a la escuela a tiempo todos los días. ¡Queremos que su hijo tenga éxito en la escuela! Si tiene alguna pregunta o necesita más información, por favor, comuníquese con el consejero académico de su hijo.


    Les saludan atentamente,


    Mrs. Megan Ptak, directora
    Mrs. Malee Farmer, subdirectora
    Mr. Eric Decker, subdirector

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  • Digital Citzenship Reminder

    Posted by Megan Ptak on 2/25/2019

    Dear Patriot Families,

    After an incident last week, which required extensive time and manpower to investigate, we felt it important to remind our school community of the importance of talking to your children about the appropriate use of technology and responsible digital citizenship.

    Each Jefferson student has signed an Acceptable Use Policy stating they understand that it is against district policy to access, submit, post, publish, text or display any defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, profane, obscene, sexually oriented, threatening, racially offensive, harassing, bullying or illegal activities. Violation of this policy will result in disciplinary action for any student who engages in such behavior.

    The Jefferson administration would greatly appreciate your support by talking to your child about the importance of using their Chromebook for school use only, and to remind them their digital footprint can follow them for years to come.

    As always, thank you for your support.

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  • March Important Dates

    Posted by Megan Ptak on 2/19/2019

    Upcoming Important Dates:

    March 1:        No School—County Wide Institute Day
    March 8:        8th Grade Gala from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
    March 11-14: Girls’ Basketball Tournament (locations and times TBD)
    March 12:      Home and School Meeting @ 8:30 a.m.
    March 12:      6/7th grade Orchestra, String Fusion, and Chamber Concert @ 7:30 p.m.
    March 13:      8th grade, Beebe and Mill Street Orchestra Concert @ 7:30 p.m.
    March 15:      End of 3rd Quarter
    March 25-29: Spring Vacation

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  • 5 Essentials Reminder

    Posted by Megan Ptak on 2/12/2019

    Thank you to all the families that came out for our Open House. Many parents took the time to fill out our 5 Essentials Survey. We are still hoping to gather more feedback to inform our School Improvement Plan. Please take the time to give us your feedback.

    To access the survey, please click here Please type “DuPage” as the County. Please type Jefferson Jr High for the school. You will see the school’s address of 1525 N. Loomis St., Naperville, IL 60563 populate in the drop down to confirm you have the correct school.

    The opportunity for you to share will end on Friday, February 15, 2019.

    Gracias a todas las familias que vinieron a nuestro Open House. Muchos padres completaron nuestra encuesta 5 Essentials. Esperamos recibir todavía más comentarios para informar nuestro plan de mejora escolar. Por favor, participe y denos su opinión.

    Para acceder a la encuesta, por favor haga clic aquí Por favor escriba “DuPage” para el County. Por favor escriba Jefferson Jr High para la escuela. Verá que la dirección de la escuela 1525 N. Loomis St., Naperville, IL 60563 aparece en el menú de selección para confirmar que tiene la escuela correcta.

    La oportunidad para poder participar terminará el 15 de febrero, 2019.

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  • Open House Is Coming Up!

    Posted by Malee Farmer on 1/29/2019

    Dear Parents and Guardians,

    You are invited to attend Jefferson’s Annual Patriot Open House. It will be on Thursday, February 7, 2019. You may visit anytime between 7:00 and 8:30 p.m. The purpose of the evening is for your student to show you around some of Jefferson’s current happenings.

    • The Welcome Center for Jefferson’s All School Read is at the entrance to the Performance Arts Hallway. If your child has not yet read Knockout, by KA Holt, have him/her pick up a copy from our Learning Commons. Please stop by to do activities in Room 112 and the Tile Gym.
    • Join the math department in a scavenger hunt activity. The fun begins in Room 222.
    • In conjunction with their study of US History, the 8th grade Student Government will showcase a multitude of educational resources to help prevent the increasing numbers of slaves through trafficking, proving that slavery did not end with the Civil War in America. You can help raise awareness about the growing issue, and even help rescue women and children in the slave trade through your donations. There will be a bake sale, games, and other activities and tables open to learn more about trafficking.
    • Take a moment to browse through the Science Expo in the Learning Commons.
    • Enjoy a game of Ping-Pong in the gym.
    • The Exploratory and World Classical Languages departments will be showcasing student work. Rooms to visit are Art in 116, FACS in 113/114, PLTW in 122. Spanish, French and Lengua y Cultura classes will be in Room 232. In addition to showcasing student work, there will also be crafts and games in Spanish or French.
    • The Community Contributor Club is raising funds for various local charities. People will be able to purchase Valentine Grams that can be sent to JJHS Staff members and students (using first period teacher’s name). Stop by their table in Jefferson Square.
    • If you haven’t had an opportunity to provide your feedback as a parent on the 5 Essentials survey, there will be stations set up in Jefferson Square.


    You will find the entire Jefferson staff participating in the events of the evening, too.


    We look forward to seeing you at Open House.

    Thank you,
    Malee Farmer
    Assistant Principal

    Estimados padres y tutores,

    Están invitados a asistir a la reunión anual para padres (Jefferson’s Annual Patriot Open House). Se celebrará el jueves, 7 de febrero, 2019. Pueden visitar la escuela cuando les convenga, entre las 7:00 y las 8:30 de la noche. El motivo de esta noche es que su hijo le muestre lo que está ocurriendo actualmente en la escuela Jefferson.

    • El Welcome Center de Jefferson All School Read (toda la escuela lee) está en la entrada del pasillo de arte dramático (Performance Arts). Si su hijo todavía no ha leído Knockout- Fuera de combate de KA Holt, dígale que se lleve una copia de nuestra biblioteca (Learning Commons). Por favor pase por el aula 112 y el gimnasio Tile para hacer actividades.
    • Únanse al departamento de matemáticas para buscar un tesoro. La diversión comienza en el aula 222.
    • Al mismo tiempo que el estudio de historia de Estados Unidos, los alumnos de la asociación del gobierno estudiantil de 8º grade les mostrarán una variedad de recursos educativos para ayudar a prevenir el número creciente de tráfico de esclavos, demostrando que la esclavitud no acabó con la guerra civil en América. Pueden ayudar a concienciar sobre el problema creciente, e incluso ayudar a rescatar mujeres y niños de la trata de esclavos a través de sus donaciones. Habrá una venta de dulces, juegos y otras actividades y muestras para aprender más sobre el tráfico de esclavos.
    • No olvide visitar la exposición de ciencias en la biblioteca (Learning Commons).
    • Disfrute de una partida de ping-pong en el gimnasio.
    • Los departamentos de Lenguas Clásicas del Mundo y Exploratory mostrarán el trabajo de los alumnos. Las aulas que pueden visitar son Arte en 116, FACS en 113/114, PLTW en 122. Las clases de español, francés y lengua y cultura estarán en el aula 232. Además de mostrar el trabajo de los alumnos, también habrá trabajos manuales y juegos en español o francés.
    • Club Community Contributor está recaudando fondos para varias organizaciones benéficas locales. Se podrán comprar Valentine Grams que se pueden enviar al personal de JJHS y a los alumnos (usando el nombre del profesor del primer período). Pasen por su mesa en Jefferson Square.
    • Si no ha tenido la oportunidad de proporcionar sus comentarios como padres en la encuesta de 5 Essentials, habrá puestos en Jefferson Square.


    También encontrarán a todo el personal de Jefferson participando en las actividades de esta noche.

    Esperamos contar con su presencia en el Open House.

    Muchas gracias,
    Malee Farmer

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  • Winter Parent Teacher Conferences

    Posted by Malee Farmer on 1/25/2019

    As you already know, you can begin scheduling conferences January 24.  PTC Wizard will close for scheduling conferences on February 7th.   You will use your Infinite Campus portal username and password to log into PTC Wizard. Please refer to the PTC Wizard Parent Guide (PTC Wizard Guía para los Padres) for additional instructions. Anyone with limited computer access can receive assistance with conference scheduling by calling the school.


    If you need a translator for the Spanish language, please call Tomasita Alonzo at (630) 848-3964.  She is one of our administrative assistants and speaks Spanish. 


    Just a reminder that availability can fill up quickly.  If your student is performing well, please do not feel the need to sign up for a conference with every teacher.  The middle school concept of core academic teams means that all teachers communicate with each other.  If you only have concerns in one class, that teacher can communicate with the team.


    Haciendo la cita para su reunión


    Como usted ya sabe, a partir 24 de enero puede comenzar a hacer una cita para su reunión. El último día para hacer una cita para las reuniones  será 7 de febrero, ya que se cerrará PTC Wizard. Puede acceder a la página de PTC Wizard  en:  Para iniciar la sesión en PTC Wizard utilizará su nombre de usuario y la contraseña de Infinite Campus. Por favor, consulte la PTC Wizard Parent Guide (PTC Wizard Guía para los Padres) para obtener instrucciones adicionales. Cualquier persona con acceso limitado a un ordenador puede recibir ayuda para hacer una cita para las reuniones con los maestros llamando a la escuela al número de teléfono (630) 848-3964.


    Si necesita un traductor que hable español, por favor, póngase en contacto llamando a Tomasita Alonzo al número de teléfono (630) 848-3964, es una de las asistentes administrativas y habla español.


    Por favor, no olvide que la disponibilidad de las horas para las reuniones puede cubrirse rápidamente en el otoño. Si a su hijo le está yendo bien en la escuela, por favor, no se sienta obligado a pedir una reunión con cada uno de sus maestros. En la escuela media, el concepto de equipos académicos significa que todos los maestros se comunican entre ellos. Si solo le preocupa una de las asignaturas, ese maestro puede comunicárselo a su equipo.

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  • Important Dates for February

    Posted by Megan Ptak on 1/22/2019

    Patriot Families:
    Good afternoon. I hope everyone’s Winter Break was relaxing and enjoyable. This is your monthly “important dates” newsletter for the upcoming month of February. Please note that I will not list all events. All events, however, may be found in the printed school calendar that went home with your student the first week of school as well as on our school website.

    Upcoming Important Dates:

    February 7: JJHS Annual Open House (including All School Read event) @ 7 p.m.
    February 12: Home and School Meeting @ 8:30 a.m.
    February 14 and 15: No School—Parent/Teacher Conferences
    February 18: No School—Presidents’ Day
    February 20: 7/8 Band and Chorus Concert @ 7:30 p.m.
    February 22: End of Second Trimester

    We look forward to seeing you at all of our wonderful Jefferson events!

    Megan Ptak, JJHS Principal

    Familias Patriot:

    Buenas tardes. Espero que sus vacaciones de invierno hayan sido relajadas y agradables. Este es su boletín mensual de "fechas importantes" para el próximo mes de febrero. Por favor tengan en cuenta que no voy a enumerar todos los eventos. Sin embargo, pueden encontrar todos los eventos en el calendario escolar impreso que mandamos a casa con su hijo la primera semana de clases, así como en la página de internet de nuestra escuela.

    Futuras fechas importantes:

    7 de febrero: JJHS Open House anual (incluye el evento Toda la escuela lee-All School Read) a las 7 de la noche
    12 de febrero: reunión de la asociación de padres Home and School a las 8:30 de la mañana
    14 y 15 de febrero: No hay clases—reuniones de padres y profesores
    18 de febrero: No hay clases—Presidents’ Day
    20 de febrero: Concierto de 7/8 de banda y coro a las 7 de la noche
    22 de febrero: Final del segundo trimestre

    ¡Esperamos verlos en todos nuestros eventos maravillosos de Jefferson!

    Megan Ptak, directora de JJHS


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  • All School Read Reminder

    Posted by Malee Farmer on 1/19/2019

    On Friday, we raffled off three books by K.A. Holt! There is a lucky student in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. Students can enter to win a book if they have read Knockout by filling out the Google Form. Please read the book as a family so you can participate in activities on Open House night, February 7th. Copies are available to check out in the Learning Commons. If you would like to purchase a copy of the book for a reduced price, please see the attached ordering form.

    Reeecordatorio-Toda la escuela lee


    ¡El viernes, sorteamos tres libros de K.A. Holt! Un alumno de cada uno de los grados 6º, 7º y 8º ha tenido suerte. Los alumnos pueden participar en el sorteo para ganar un libro si han leído Knockout-Fuera de combate llenando el formulario de Google Google Form. Por favor, lea el libro en familia para que pueda participar en las actividades en la noche de Open House, el 7 de febrero. Las copias están disponibles para sacar en la biblioteca- Learning Commons. Si desea comprar una copia del libro a un precio reducido, consulte el formulario de pedido adjunto.

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Strategic Blueprint

  • District 203’s FOCUS 2020 Strategic Blueprint

    Posted by Superintendent Dan Bridges on 6/27/2014
    FOCUS 2020 is the strategic plan for comprehensive improvement between 2014 and 2020, designed in response to community feedback, best practice, and a vision for the future. Ultimately, this blueprint will advance the fulfillment of the district’s mission.
    FOCUS 2020’s foundation is the Future Focus Community Engagement process that occurred over the course of a year where hundreds of members from across the community provided feedback to the district leadership regarding areas such as facilities, finances, measuring student success, and programs of study. Learn more about Future Focus by clicking on the specific “Quick Link” to the left of this text.
    The Blueprint includes four “Strategic Focus” areas, namely to:
    1. Design and implement effective practices that promote learning experiences for all.
    2. Foster a high-performance culture focused on student learning.
    3. Steward resources effectively to promote student learning.
    4. Effective communication and community relations.
    Each Strategic Focus then establishes “Commitments.” These commitments are what the district leadership pledges to accomplish within a distinct timeframe. Each commitment then includes a detailed “Action Plan” which will be accessible by the public upon final draft.
    District administrators provided an update on Blueprint Commitments to the Board of Education at the July 27, 2015 meeting.  To watch that presentation, please click here
    Click here for a summary version of the 4 areas of focus of the Strategic Blueprint.
    Click here for a Spanish summary version of the 4 areas of focus of the Strategic Blueprint.
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