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Churchill’s Whole School ABC Countdown Calendar

Dear Churchill community,

Tomorrow starts our ABC countdown.  This is always a fun way for students to end the year.  I have attached the countdown calendar for you to look at.  Tomorrow is Amazing Attire (Dress Up Day).  This is a chance for our students to “dress for success” and wear clothes like they might wear for picture day.

ABC COUNTDOWN 18.pdf

We are looking forward to an Amazing end of the school year!

Steve Kern and Carol Novak

The Churchill Pride – April 23, 2018

Good morning Churchill community,

We have a very exciting week coming up.  We are looking forward to seeing you at our Celebrate Reading and Writing night.  The doors open this Wednesday evening at 5:30.

See you on Wednesday!

Sincerely,

Steve Kern, Principal

Carol Novak, Assistant Principal

PTA Survey

Please help our PTA continue to be great by filling out this parent survey.  This is the same survey that is being sent home with your student. Please complete either the paper OR digital version, but not both.  The PTA thanks you for your input!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/J2VSM99

ABC Countdown Calendar

This week on Wednesday we will be starting our ABC countdown. Please see the attached file for our plans.  ABC COUNTDOWN 18.pdf 

Feed my starving children (Churchill’s Community Event)

The Churchill community is being invited to join in on this community event. Space is limited.  You can sign up with your families for an evening working together with our Churchill community to make a difference.

When:  Tuesday May 1st, 2018

Time:  5:45-7:30 p.m.

Where: 1072 National Parkway, Schaumburg, Illinois 60173 857-519-9614

Who: Churchill staff, students, friends and family (age 5 and up)

Sign up Instructions:

Go to Feed My Starving Children Website, Click on Volunteer at Permanent Site, Click on Join group, Under Join code enter 1302802 and sign up!

Churchill Families Making a Difference!!!

Sponsored by Churchill’s Make a Difference Club –

Questions? Mrs. Brodie or Mrs. Johnson -847-357-6300

Returning to Churchill

Please be sure to let the office know if you are planning on moving over the summer and/or not returning to Churchill.   

Schaumburg Parent University – Upcoming Classes

Schaumburg Parent University (SPU) is designed to involve more parents in the life of the school, to strengthen family relationships, and to improve parenting skills that will ultimately result in improved student success academically, socially and emotionally.

Summer Camp Expo – May 1

This event is for parents and students, but childcare is also available. Visit tables to learn about the various summer camps and programs available in Schaumburg Township and the surrounding area. Programs and agencies attending the expo will be listed at http://sd54.org/spu. This event will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on May 1 at the Professional Learning Center, 522 East Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.

Spring into Summer with Nature Crafts – May 16

Come join us for a night of nature inspired crafts. We will be painting birdhouses and making birdseed balls. You will also have an opportunity to paint flower pots and plant your own flower. All supplies will be provided. The birdhouse, birdseed ball and flower pot will be all yours to take home at the end of the evening. Recommended for kids in kindergarten through sixth grade. Peanut butter will be used during the crafts.  This event will take place from 6 to 7 p.m. on May 16 at Lakeview Elementary School, 615 Lakeview Lane, Hoffman Estates. There is a limit of 50 people potting. There is a fee of $5 per pot. Please RSVP to let us know how many pots your family wants to paint.

To register, contact Meg Kwak at (847) 357-6586 or spu@nullsd54.org. Leave your name, contact information, the number of children requiring childcare and the name of your child’s school. If you represent an agency in the area and would like to reserve a booth at the Summer Camp Expo, please contact Meagan Kasper at (847) 357-5027 or meagankasper@nullsd54.org.

Stay up to date with what is going on at Churchill!

Calendar: Churchill Calendar of Events

Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Specials Facebook,PTA Facebook

Website:Churchill School Website

Upcoming PTA Events and PTA Snack Day Snacks

Thursday April 26th-Hot Food

Friday April 27th-Snack Day (nachos)

Friday May 4th-Snack Day (popsicle)

Friday May 4th-Saturday May 5th-Illinois PTA Convention

Wednesday May 9th -5:30pm STC Scholarship Dinner

Thursday May 10th-Hot Food

Friday May 11th-Snack Day (nachos)

Tuesday May 15th-6:30pm Volunteer Appreciation Dinner

Wednesday May 16th-Dine Out Night

Friday May 18th-Snack Day (popsicle)

Friday May 31st -Field Day

 

Churchill Rocket Crew…Getting Ready to Blast Off!

District 54’s rocket launch date has been set.  Churchill’s Rocket Crew has been working hard learning about rocketry, aerodynamics, and engineering their rockets.  Students are anxiously waiting for the big moment!

Churchill’s Rocket Crew will be launching their rockets on Tuesday, May 22nd from 11:15am-1:00pm.  Students will be transported by bus from Churchill School to Olympic Park in Schaumburg for this exciting event.  Parents are welcome to meet the students at Olympic Park to view the rocket launch.

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Mrs. Quintana, Mrs. Duval or Mrs. Kumar at Churchill School.

The Churchill Pride – April 13, 2018

Good afternoon Churchill community,

Our third through sixth grade students have done a great job taking the PARCC test this week.  We can see that their hard work from the year, combined with their attention to detail on the test, will show positively on their test scores.  Great job Lions!

We hope that you have a great weekend!

Sincerely,

Steve Kern, Principal

Carol Novak, Assistant Principal

Classlist Parent Input Form

The planning process for the 2018-2019 school year has begun. Next year Churchill will be transitioning from the multigrade structure to a straight grade level format. Like most years, there may be some new staff members joining the Churchill family, and returning staff members in new roles.  Because the hiring process is ongoing, classroom assignments for teachers are tentative and subject to change. However, we will soon be creating the class lists for next year. This is a time consuming process as we strive to create the most balanced classes that we can. Our placement decisions involve team input and are created with great care and thought. We consider a wide variety of factors including individual learning styles, personalities, behaviors, peer relations, and any special needs that students may have.

Classroom teachers and our support staff will be working closely to ensure that we have not overlooked any information for appropriate placements. In addition, we would like to offer you the opportunity to provide input in this process. I have included a form that can be used to provide your perceptions of any unique characteristics your child may have in the areas listed. If you would like to provide information on this form, please return it to the Churchill Office by April 30th.  In addition, please remember that any forms requesting or excluding specific teachers will be discarded. While it would be wonderful if every child and parent were able to request next year’s teacher, it is impossible to honor almost 600 requests. Please honor our process by not requesting a specific teacher.

Once class lists have been created, any change is extremely difficult. It often impacts numerous students and classes. We appreciate your help and support in this important process.

Please click here for the parent input form. Churchill Parent Input Form 18-19.pdf 

Summer Camp Offerings

School District 54 is offering several summer camp opportunities for students to enhance creativity and innovation. To learn more about these opportunities and to register, please view the SD54 Summer Camp Brochure.  Please remember that registration for summer camp closes on Friday, April 20th.

Attention 4th Grade Students and Parents

During April, information about enrolling for school band and orchestra is being distributed to 4th grade students.

Students interested in playing the trombone, trumpet, clarinet, flute, cello, viola, or violin should return the Enrollment Form to school, or turn it in at one of the enrollment meetings (listed below). No previous music experience is necessary to play an instrument.

More information will be available at the enrollment meetings:

Eisenhower Junior High – Tuesday, May 1 (7:00 pm)

Band and orchestra lessons will start in September.

If you have any questions, please contact the band or orchestra teacher at your school.

Crossing at the Crosswalk only

With the warm weather we find that many students are walking home.  Given the impact of the construction many of our students are walking through the back neighborhood.  Please remind your child that they need to cross the streets only at the crosswalks, especially on Churchill and Knightsbridge.  We want to make sure that all of our students get home safely.

Ease Into IKE

The administration and staff of Dwight Eisenhower Junior High School are pleased to provide your incoming 7th grader with an opportunity to visit our school before the start of the next school year.  Ease Into IKE is an annual event sponsored by Eisenhower Junior High. This year’s event will take place on Wednesday, May 2nd from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  Your student will have the opportunity to meet some of the faculty and administrators, practice locker combinations, play games in the gym, and tour the building. An invitation letter will be sent home this week providing further details. This event is for incoming 7th grade students only.  Parents will need to pick their child up from Eisenhower by 7:30 pm.

Multicultural Event-Saturday, April 14th

School District 54’s Department of Language and Culture, in collaboration with the Schaumburg Park District, will host its annual Multicultural Event from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 14, at the Community Recreation Center (CRC), 505 N. Springinsguth Road in Schaumburg. The purpose of the Multicultural Event is to celebrate the diverse cultures in District 54 and the surrounding communities. Students and their families have the opportunity to experience and showcase their cultures through performances, crafts, games and food.

During this free event, students and families can participate in games, crafts and activities that represent countries around the world. This year’s event will feature more than 20 student group performances and more than 30 individual student performances representing countries around the world. There will also be food available to purchase. Food vendors will accept cash. Parking will be available at the CRC and Church of the Holy Spirit, 1451 Bode Road, Schaumburg.

Stay up to date with what is going on at Churchill!

Calendar: Churchill Calendar of Events

Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Specials Facebook,PTA Facebook

Website:Churchill School Website

Upcoming PTA Events and PTA Snack Day Snacks

Tuesday April 17th-Dine Out Night

Friday April 20th-Snack Day (popsicle)

Thursday April 26th-Hot Food

Friday April 27th-Snack Day (nachos)

Friday May 4th-Snack Day (popsicle)

Friday May 4th-Saturday May 5th-Illinois PTA Convention

Wednesday May 9th -5:30pm STC Scholarship Dinner

Thursday May 10th-Hot Food

Friday May 11th-Snack Day (nachos)

Tuesday May 15th-6:30pm Volunteer Appreciation Dinner

Wednesday May 16th-Dine Out Night

Friday May 18th-Snack Day (popsicle)

Friday May 31st -Field Day

District 54 School Safety Presentation – April 23

District 54 invites all parents to attend a presentation on crisis prevention and response at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 23, at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg. The safety of our students and employees is the top priority in District 54. District administrators will discuss safety measures in our schools, including how the district works in close partnership with our local police and fire departments on crisis prevention and response. The district will also discuss supports that are in place for students who are struggling socially or emotionally.

District 54 Education Foundation – 21st Annual Golf Outing

Join the District 54 Education Foundation for our 21st annual golf outing on Monday, June 11 and make a difference in the lives of District 54 students!

The golf outing at the Schaumburg Golf Club is the Foundation’s largest fundraising event. All proceeds support District 54 breakfast programs, STEM after-school clubs and grants for students from financially struggling households.

Please consider supporting District 54 children by becoming an event sponsor, volunteering at our outing or golfing. We are also looking for items for our silent auction, as well as gift cards from local businesses to award as prizes.

Visit www.d54foundation.org/golf-outing to sponsor, register or for more information.

Schaumburg Parent University – Upcoming Classes

Schaumburg Parent University (SPU) is designed to involve more parents in the life of the school, to strengthen family relationships, and to improve parenting skills that will ultimately result in improved student success academically, socially and emotionally.

A Girl’s Purpose Workshop – April 25

This class is for mothers and fifth- to eighth-grade girls. We will chat, laugh, ask questions and learn about tools for a healthy, strong, emotionally balanced life. Chat session first, then you will make two essential oil roller bottles to take home. We will end the workshop with a powerful and calming yoga session catered just for you. The cost for the essential oils activity and yoga is $15 per person. This event will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. on April 25 at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.

Summer Camp Expo – May 1

This event is for parents and students, but childcare is also available. Visit tables to learn about the various summer camps and programs available in Schaumburg Township and the surrounding area. Programs and agencies attending the expo will be listed at http://sd54.org/spu. This event will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on May 1 at the Professional Learning Center, 522 East Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.

To register, contact Meg Kwak at (847) 357-6586 or spu@nullsd54.org. Leave your name, contact information, the number of children requiring childcare and the name of your child’s school. If you represent an agency in the area and would like to reserve a booth at the Summer Camp Expo, please contact Meagan Kasper at (847) 357-5027 or meagankasper@nullsd54.org.

 

3rd/4th Battle of the Books

Aabid, Aashna and Sana represented Churchill School for the Battle of the Books competition.Congratulations to Aabid, Aashna and Sana for representing Churchill’s 3rd/4th graders at the District Battle of the Books Cluster battle!  We know you have work hard to prepare for this competition!

Thank you to Mrs. Northop and Mrs. Heffernan for sponsoring this club!

District 54 Summer Camp Offerings

Summer Camp Offerings

School District 54 is offering several summer camp opportunities for students to enhance creativity and innovation. To learn more about these opportunities and to register, please view the SD54 Summer Camp Brochure.

Registration for these camps closes Friday, April 20, 2018.

 

The Churchill Pride – April 9, 2018

Good morning Churchill community,

What a wonderful first week back from Spring Break! Our students and staff have already planned to make the remaining 2 months of our school year even more challenging and exciting! Take some time this week to check in with your child about the topics covered in class.  I’m sure you’ll learn something new!

Sincerely,

Steve Kern, Principal

Carol Novak, Assistant Principal

Stay up to date with what is going on at Churchill!

Calendar: Churchill Calendar of Events

Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Specials Facebook,PTA Facebook

Website:Churchill School Website

Upcoming PTA Events and PTA Snack Day Snacks

Monday April 9th-7:45-8:30 am Dads and Donuts

Tuesday April 10th-6:30 pm PTA Meeting

Thursday April 12th-Hot Food

Friday April 13th-Snack Day (nachos)

Tuesday April 17th-Dine Out Night

Friday April 20th-Snack Day (popsicle)

Thursday April 26th-Hot Food

Friday April 27th-Snack Day (nachos)

Friday May 4th-Snack Day (popsicle)

Friday May 4th-Saturday May 5th-Illinois PTA Convention

Wednesday May 9th -5:30pm STC Scholarship Dinner

Thursday May 10th-Hot Food

Friday May 11th-Snack Day (nachos)

Tuesday May 15th-6:30pm Volunteer Appreciation Dinner

Wednesday May 16th-Dine Out Night

Friday May 18th-Snack Day (popsicle)

Friday May 31st -Field Day

District 54 School Safety Presentation – April 23

District 54 invites all parents to attend a presentation on crisis prevention and response at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 23, at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg. The safety of our students and employees is the top priority in District 54. District administrators will discuss safety measures in our schools, including how the district works in close partnership with our local police and fire departments on crisis prevention and response. The district will also discuss supports that are in place for students who are struggling socially or emotionally.

District 54 Education Foundation – 21st Annual Golf Outing

Join the District 54 Education Foundation for our 21st annual golf outing on Monday, June 11 and make a difference in the lives of District 54 students!

The golf outing at the Schaumburg Golf Club is the Foundation’s largest fundraising event. All proceeds support District 54 breakfast programs, STEM after-school clubs and grants for students from financially struggling households.

Please consider supporting District 54 children by becoming an event sponsor, volunteering at our outing or golfing. We are also looking for items for our silent auction, as well as gift cards from local businesses to award as prizes.

Visit www.d54foundation.org/golf-outing to sponsor, register or for more information.

Schaumburg Parent University – Upcoming Classes

Schaumburg Parent University (SPU) is designed to involve more parents in the life of the school, to strengthen family relationships, and to improve parenting skills that will ultimately result in improved student success academically, socially and emotionally.

Navigating ADHD: Training and Support for Parents – April 11

This event is for adults only. Dr. Michael Feld is nationally known in child and adolescent psychology with expertise in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Dr. Feld will discuss best practices for parenting children and adolescents with ADHD. As always, Dr. Feld will answer questions and reflect on personal anecdotes in his easy going and humorous style. This event will take place from 6 to 7 p.m. on April 11 at the District 54 Board Room, 524 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.

A Girl’s Purpose Workshop – April 25

This class is for mothers and fifth- to eighth-grade girls. We will chat, laugh, ask questions and learn about tools for a healthy, strong, emotionally balanced life. Chat session first, then you will make two essential oil roller bottles to take home. We will end the workshop with a powerful and calming yoga session catered just for you. The cost for the essential oils activity and yoga is $15 per person. This event will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. on April 25 at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.

Summer Camp Expo – May 1

This event is for parents and students, but childcare is also available. Visit tables to learn about the various summer camps and programs available in Schaumburg Township and the surrounding area. Programs and agencies attending the expo will be listed at http://sd54.org/spu. This event will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on May 1 at the Professional Learning Center, 522 East Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.

To register, contact Meg Kwak at (847) 357-6586 or spu@nullsd54.org. Leave your name, contact information, the number of children requiring childcare and the name of your child’s school. If you represent an agency in the area and would like to reserve a booth at the Summer Camp Expo, please contact Meagan Kasper at (847) 357-5027 or meagankasper@nullsd54.org.

Summer Camp Offerings

School District 54 is offering several summer camp opportunities for students to enhance creativity and innovation. To learn more about these opportunities and to register, please view the SD54 Summer Camp Brochure.

Churchill Pride – April 6, 2018

April 6, 2018

Dear Parents and Guardians,

The testing window for the 2018 Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) will be from April 2-20 for junior high students and April 9-20 for elementary students in District 54.  Students in grades 3-8 will participate in the English/language arts and the math assessments with most students in grades 7-8 taking the test online and most students in grades 3-6 taking the test through the paper-pencil version. This is the fourth year Illinois and District 54 have participated in the PARCC assessment. Since 2016, the exam has a simpler and shorter format to improve the testing process.

For the second year our students in grades 5 and 8 will participate in the Illinois Science Assessment (ISA).  This exam consists of one online test which takes approximately one hour. The assessment is aligned to the Illinois Learning Standards for Science incorporating the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), which were adopted in 2014. Our fifth grade students will test on Monday, April 23rd.

This year’s results will allow you to see how your children are growing in their knowledge and understanding of the state’s learning standards. These assessments are simply one measure of academic progress that will provide us a sense of where we are succeeding and where we must improve.

You can help your children do their best on the test by

  1. making sure, if possible, that your children attend school on the day of testing;
  2. ensuring your children get a good night’s sleep the night before testing;
  3. providing breakfast on the mornings of testing;
  4. reminding your children to ask the teacher questions if they don’t understand the test directions;
  5. letting your children know that you have confidence in their abilities; and
  6. advising your children not to worry about the test, and to simply do their best.

Please contact me directly if you want additional information or have further questions about these tests.

We look forward to sharing the results with you once they are received later this year.

Sincerely,

Steve Kern, Principal

Carol Novak, Assistant Principal

PARCC Lunch Schedule

In order to ensure that we have the appropriate testing blocks, and so that students can eat lunch and also go outside for recess, we will be adjusting the lunch schedule during this two week period of time.  Grade level lunch times will return back to their original schedule on Wednesday, April 18th.

During the 12:00-12:45 lunch period.

  • 5/6 will eat first and play second
  • 1/2 will play first and eat second

PARCC Schedule

Week 1:

Mon., 4/9 – 3-6 ELA 1 (AM)

Tues., 4/10 – 3-6 MATH 1 (AM)

Weds., 4/11 – 3-6 ELA 2 (AM)

Thurs., 4/12 – 3-6 MATH 2 (AM)

Fri., 4/13 – 3-6 ELA 3 (AM)

Week 2:

Mon., 4/16 – 3-6 MATH 3 (AM)

Tues., 4/17 – 3-5 MATH 4 (AM)

Week 3:

Mon., 4/23 – 5 PSA (PM)

PTA Forces & Motion Assembly

Thanks to our wonderful Churchill PTA, our students were treated to a Forces & Motion Assembly!  The students learned about Sir Isaac Newton and gravity, as well as how physics works.  Professor John bounced a basketball to show how a object needs a force acted upon it to make it move.  Ask a Churchill student to give you more details about the awesome assembly!

PTA sponsored Forces and Motion Assembly about physics. PTA sponsored Forces and Motion Assembly about physics.

 

The Churchill Pride – April 1, 2018

Good morning Churchill community,

We hope that you have had a restful and relaxing Spring Vacation!

During our Spring Break vacation the construction crews were able to make great progress! I am in awe looking at the plans which have been developed for the addition of six new classrooms, a state of the art library, and a larger gymnasium. Seeing the vision of what is to come is truly an inspirational experience.

As the construction has progressed some changes have been made to the parking lot.  During Spring Break additional protective construction fencing has been installed to provide a clear and safe path for our students and parents walking from the front of the building to the back, and vice versa. This additional fencing creates a protected walkway from the front to the back of the building.

Attached is a map illustrating the path students and parents will follow. Please note that the dark blue identifies our existing sidewalk. The light blue indicates the path created with the new protective fencing being installed for the remainder of the school year. Churchill Protected Walkway.pdf

As an additional safety measure we have also started to use portable barricades to block all traffic lanes within the parking lot during our arrival and dismissal times of the day.  For the safety of staff, students, and parents, we are restricting all traffic in the parking lots during arrival and dismissal times. Cars that are in the parking lot, prior to the lot being closed, must remain in a marked parking space until all of the buses have left the parking lot.  Once the buses have exited the parking lot we will move the barricades and reopen the parking lot.

Please remember that in order to park in the lot you must be in a legal marked parking space. For the safety of all in the school we must keep our fire/emergency lanes open at all times.  Cars parked in “made up parking places” make it so that fire and other rescue vehicle cannot navigate the parking lot. Thank you for helping to keep all safe.

Please see below for additional safety reminders, as well as some announcements.

Sincerely,

Steve Kern, Principal

Carol Novak, Assistant Principal

No Dogs on Property

Although I love dogs, please do not bring any dogs on school grounds. Some of our students are very afraid of dogs and others are highly allergic to dogs.  We want to ensure that all students have a great start to the school day and that we keep everyone feeling safe. If you must walk your dog at that time of day, please make arrangements to meet your child off of school property.  Thank you for understanding and not bringing your dog to Churchill during morning drop-off or afternoon pick-up.

Pickup and Dropoff at Churchill

As you know student safety is extremely important to the staff at Churchill Elementary School.  Getting students safely into school and home is one of our top priorities. As you are planning your drop off please consider the following suggestions from the Hoffman Estates Police Department.

  • Always remember that you may not drop off or pick up within 30 feet of a stop sign.
  • When dropping off or picking up you must first pull all the way over to the curb so that you do not stop traffic.
  • When traveling southbound on Jones road you may pull over to the curb, put your car in park and then let students out of the car if you are between Knightsbridge Road and the Service Road that leads to the back of the school.
  • When traveling southbound on Jones Road you are also able to pull over and park in any open parking places which are directly in front of the building.
  • When traveling northbound on Jones Road you may not park on the East side to drop students off.
  • On Evergreen you may park on the North Side of the road in the PM only.  Please remember to stay 30 feet from the stop sign.
  • On Evergreen you may park on the South Side of the road in the AM or PM.
  • On Ashley Road you may park on the West Side.
  • As a courtesy to our neighbors, please remember to not block driveways.

Thank you for your help in ensuring the safety of all students!

Entering the Building Through the Main Entrance

Please remember that all parents and guardians who need to enter the building must do so through the Main Entrance (Door #1) and check into the office.  I understand that at times this means having to walk around the building in inclement weather, however for the safety of our students and staff you will need to enter through the main entrance and check in.  Thank you in advance for your support of this important safety procedure!

Spring Photos

Spring photos will be held on Tuesday, April 3.  Lifetouch envelopes will be sent home with each student.  Please know that spring photos are not mandatory and will only be taken for those students whose parents have sent the order form back, indicating that they would like this additional photo taken for this school year.

Winston Churchill Elementary School Spring Pictures

Picture Day is: Tuesday, Apr 3

Picture Day ID: RN237016Q0

The easiest way to order Spring Pictures is online at mylifetouch.com

Important: Return your completed flyer to school with your child on Picture Day to make sure that your child’s photographed.

Some benefits of online ordering are:

·        Earn rewards with every purchase through the MyFamily Rewards™ program

·        Customize your package by choosing the sizes and quantities right for you

·        Get more background choices

·        View available special offers and save

PARCC Testing

PARCC testing will begin on Monday, April 9, 2018 and will conclude by April 20, 2018.  We ask that you are considerate of these dates in the scheduling of appointments for your children during the school day.

In order to ensure that we have the appropriate testing blocks, and so that students can eat lunch and also go outside for recess, we will be adjusting the lunch schedule during this two week period of time.  Grade level lunch times will return back to their original schedule on Wednesday, April 18th.

During the 11:15-12:00 lunch period.

  • 3/4 will eat first and play second
  • Kindergarten will play first and eat second

During the 12:00-12:45 lunch period.

  • 5/6 will eat first and play second
  • 1/2 will play first and eat second

Stay up to date with what is going on at Churchill!

Calendar: Churchill Calendar of Events

Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Specials Facebook,PTA Facebook

Website:Churchill School Website

Upcoming PTA Events and PTA Snack Day Snacks

Monday April 9th-7:45-8:30am Dads and Donuts

Tuesday April 10th-6:30pm PTA Meeting

Thursday April 12th-Hot Food

Friday April 13th-Snack Day (nachos)

Tuesday April 17th-Dine Out Night

Friday April 20th-Snack Day (popsicle)

Thursday April 26th-Hot Food

Friday April 27th-Snack Day (nachos)

Friday May 4th-Snack Day (popsicle)

Friday May 4th-Saturday May 5th-Illinois PTA Convention

Wednesday May 9th -5:30pm STC Scholarship Dinner

Thursday May 10th-Hot Food

Friday May 11th-Snack Day (nachos)

Tuesday May 15th-6:30pm Volunteer Appreciation Dinner

Wednesday May 16th-Dine Out Night

Friday May 18th-Snack Day (popsicle)

Friday May 31st -Field Day