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  • Dear District 58 parent,

    To help us ensure a nurturing, supportive and child-centered learning environment for every child, we ask you to participate in our annual school environment survey. Compiled survey results will assist the principal and teachers at your child’s school in their school improvement planning efforts to better serve our students and community. The survey should take no more than a few minutes of your time and all responses are anonymous.

    Directions for Participation in the Parent Survey

    Please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2015ParentSurveyDG58 no later than Saturday, Feb. 14. You can also access the survey by visiting www.dg58.org/parents and clicking the “2015 School Environment Survey - Parents.” If you do not have access to the Internet, please contact your child’s school for a paper copy.

    As you respond to each item, please focus on your personal experience with your child’s school, as well as your perceptions of your child’s experience as a student. If you have a child attending more than one District 58 school, please complete a separate survey for each building. When you are finished with the survey, click “done,” and your answers will be saved anonymously. We value your responses and thank you for your time and effort!

    Information Regarding Student and Staff Surveys

    In addition to the parent survey described above, third through eighth grade students will be asked to participate in a student survey. If you do not wish to have your third through eighth grade student(s) participate, please complete the form on the reverse side of this letter and return it to your child’s school office by Friday, Jan. 30.

    Sixth-Eighth Grade Student Surveys:

    All sixth through eighth grade students, as well as certified staff, will be invited this year to participate in the Illinois 5Essentials Survey: Organizing Schools for Improvement, as put forth by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE). The survey’s results will be released at the end of October as part of the 2015 Illinois State Report Card for your child’s school. Student identities will be kept completely confidential, and responses will not be linked to any individual. To view the privacy policy related to this survey, visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/privacy. To view the Illinois 5Essentials survey that will be administered to sixth through eighth grade students, visit https://illinois.5-essentials.org/2014.

    Third-Fifth Grade Student Surveys:

    Although the 5Essentials Survey is geared toward sixth through twelfth grade students, our district believes the insights and input of our younger students are equally valuable in our school improvement efforts. Therefore, as a district we will continue to provide our third through fifth grade students with an opportunity to share their feedback about their school experience via our school environment survey. Results of this survey will be used for school improvement planning. Student identities will be kept completely confidential and responses will not be linked to any individual. To view a copy of the school environment survey that will be administered to third through fifth grade students, visit http://www.dg58.org/parents.

    If you have any questions about the school environment survey that will be administered to parents and to our third through fifth grade students, or about the Illinois 5Essentials survey that will be administered to our sixth through eighth grade students and certified staff, please contact District 58 Community Relations Coordinator Megan Hewitt at mhewitt@dg58.org

    Kari Cremascoli, Ph.D. Superintendent of Schools

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  •  Winter Illnesses

    Influenza, or the flu, is most often spread when a person who has the flu coughs or sneezes which then spreads to people nearby.  Symptoms of the flu can include fever, body ache, sore throat, a runny or stuffy nose and sometimes vomiting or diarrhea.  

    This is just a friendly reminder that students should stay home an additional 24 hours after their fever is gone without the aid of fever-reducing medications in order to reduce the spreading of germs.  This, along with frequent hand washing, disinfecting commonly touched surfaces, vaccination and avoiding touching the mouth, eyes and nose all go a long way towards protection ourselves and our students against the flu and other viruses and illnesses that are spread in a similar way.
    For more information on how to safeguard yourself and your family from infection, do not hesitate to reach out to your school nurse, the DuPage County Health Department or your child's pediatrician.  Additional resources can also be found on the district's website at http://www.dg58.org/Page/670
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    School Times

    Grades 1-6
    8:20 am bell to enter school
    8:25 am School Day begins
    Grades 1, 2, 3 Lunch/Recess

    Grades 4, 5, 6 Recess/Lunch
    2:55 pm Dismissal
    AM Kindergarten
    8:20 am bell to enter school
    8:25 am School Day begins
    11:05 am Dismissal
    PM Kindergarten
    12:10 pm bell to enter school
    12:15 School Day begins
    2:55 Dismissal
    A.M. Session
    8:10 - 10:50 a.m.
    P.M. Session  
    11:55am - 2:35 p.m.
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    Champions enrollment 2014-15

    Champions is hosting an on-site before and after-school program at our school, and enrollment is now open for the 2014-15 school year. For more information about the program and how to enroll, please visit www.discoverchampions.com. Champions will donate a book to our school for each child that enrolls prior to June 6.
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    Please click below for specific information regarding NEW drop off and pick up procedures.

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  •  TITLE 1 Information
    In addition to the provisions of the district policy on Title 1  programs, Indian Trail School, as a Title 1 school will also:

             #1  provide additional reading interventions for students who score significantly below the reading target on their benchmark assessments.

             #2  progress monitor each student receiving a Title 1 intervention.

                #3  provide each parent of a Title 1student with information on their child's reading progress.
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    Health Requirements and Forms for 2013-14
    Please click on link below
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District 58 students in action: VIDEO

District Resources

Principal: Robin Bruebach
Secretary: Amy Esposito
Address: 6235 Stonewall Ave.
Phone: (630) 719-5845
School hours: 8:20 a.m. to 2:55 p.m.