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  • Fountas & Pinnell Guided Reading

    Text Level Descriptions

    The link below will provide descriptions for you as to the characteristics of texts and readers at each of the Foutas & Pinnell Guided Reading Levels.




    Guided Reading Comprehension Questions

    by Level (Fiction & Non-Fiction)

    The link below will provide examples of comprehension questions that your reader can answer, both in the fiction and non-fiction genre, according to Guided Reading Level.


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    2016 Supply Lists

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    Thank you for visiting the Whittier School website. We have a long tradition of academic achievement, student participation, and parent involvement. Whittier prides itself on the ability to enhance the lives of our students and maintain a positive role in the community by providing a respectful, nurturing, and challenging environment that will enable each child to reach his/her full potential. We strive to create the best learner-focused classrooms possible in order to meet the needs of each of our students. Whittier is a great place to learn!
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    Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year!  It is exciting to start another year at Whittier School.  Our goal is to continue the long-standing reputation of educational excellence. As always, our faculty and staff have been preparing for a terrific school year.

    This school year, we look forward to continuing our work and implementation of small group instruction, emphasizing Guided Reading and Guided Math.  Technology integration will continue to progress throughout Whittier as we continue to use iPads, Apple TVs, and SmartBoards.  This year the 1:1 mini iPad program will continue to be implemented across all grades levels - 1 through 6.  Social Emotional Learning will continue to emphasize school and classroom community through Classroom/Morning Meetings, Second Step, and Bullying Education and Prevention.  We will also begin to develop and work with students on goal setting.  Taking ownership and responsibility for learning is key in the academic growth and improvement in students.
    This year, our school theme is "Be inspired by who you are!"  Whittier faculty, staff and students will be challenged to be inspired by who each of us is and what each of us does.  We are all unique individuals with our own unique talents, interests and values that we bring to the table.  As we continue to support and cultivate diversity, inclusivity and acceptance throughout our school community, it is so important that we all continue to inspire ourselves, as well as others.

    The school is the heart of every village. Teachers are responsible to teach and educate our children. Students are responsible to try their best and learn from the experiences afforded them. Parents are responsible to insure that their children are prepared and ready for each school day. The Community is responsible to support the overall educational process. Together, we will all work to achieve educational success for all our Whittier students!

    Thank you for the support and confidence you give us in educating your children!

    Michael J. Krugman

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  • Quick link: MAP testing information
    K-8 students throughout District 58 will be participating in the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessment program. Click here for additional information on MAP in District 58.
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District Resources

District 58 Assessment Calendar

Principal: Michael Krugman

Secretary: Leslie Schoenberger
Address: 536 Hill St.
Phone: (630) 719-5865
School hours: 8:20 a.m. to 2:55 p.m.