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LINDOP STUDENTS COMBAT THE SUMMER SLIDE

 

 

Week 4 - July 29th 

 

Lexia Core 5 Pinky Promise – Rising 1st Graders

Last week the following students have accumulated more than 2100 usage minutes, gained 267 units and are working between levels 5 and 13.

 

 

Study Island Challenge

This is the fourth week of the Study Island Summer Challenge.This week’s champions are making MARVELOUS gains. Dominick H. and Keily M. continue to work on their Reading Path. Dominick H. has completed 75% of his reading path and Keily M. has completed 58% of her reading path. There are two new leaders in the Math Path. Xion D. has completed 42% of his math path and Noah W. has completed 38% of his math path. These paths are aligned with each students’ NWEA Spring MAP tests and highlights the skills that students should strengthen prior to returning to school this fall.

 

Practice SAT Khan Academy
Congratulations to Marcus W. & Sarae T. (2nd week in the lead).Last week they spent more than 6 hours answering nearly 300 questions and practicing SAT strategies. The real test for the Class of 2020 is this October - let's prepare our students to do their best! This test accounts for 35% of PMSA's application process.

 

 

Week 3 - July 22nd

Lexia Core 5 Pinky Promise – Rising 1st Graders

Help me celebrate these AWESOME Rock Stars rising to 1st grade. Evyelah M., Damien M., Kayden W., and Sofia L. should be celebrated with a huge Shout Out! Last week, these four students completed more than 1,000 minutes in Lexia Core5 and they gained more than 20 units --- they are working hard to get ready for 1st Grade. Keep up the great work!

 

 

Practice SAT Khan Academy
Congratulations to Sarae T. and Mya H. (3rd week in the lead). Last week they spent nearly 8 hours answering nearly 400 questions and practicing SAT strategies. The real test for the Class of 2020 is this October - let's prepare our students to do their best!

 

 

 

Lexia Core 5 Pinky Promise
The Lexia Core5 competition is heating up. This week there are four new leaders. Congrats to Nahla J., Faith H. and Heavenlee H. and Gustavo M. --- these students are racking up units and usage, which result in completed Levels. LaRoy R. is still in the top five (3rd week among the top usage and units gained). Students moving from K to 1st grade must complete Lexia Level 9. Students entering the 2nd & 3rd grade must complete Lexia Levels 12 and 14 respectively. Continue reaching higher goals – Lexia ends after Level 18 (5th grade reading skills).

 

 

 

Study Island Challenge
This is the third week of the summer challenge. This week’s Study Island Champions are Kazerick W. who has completed 30% of his Math Path.Dominick H. is still dominating (3rd week in the lead); he has completed 62% of his Reading Path but Keily M. is gaining ground - she’s completed 47% of her Reading Path. Way to Go!

 

 

 

Week 2 - July 15th

Study Island Challenge

Second update celebrating Lindop students who are combating the Summer Slide. The Study Island Challenge continues. This week's Study Island Champions are Chanti H. who has completed 28% of her Math Path and Dominick H. who has completed 43% of his Reading Path. The goal is for rising 4th - 8th graders to complete their Reading Path before the first day of school - Friday, August 16th. Dominick has been in the lead for two weeks in a row!

 

 

 

Lexia Core 5 Pinky Promise

These guys are relentless in their usage and units gained. Congrats to Jeremiah H., LaRoy R. and Michael K. ----- these scholars have the most usage in Lexia for two weeks in a row! Students moving from K to 1st grade must complete Lexia Level 9. Students entering the 2nd & 3rd grade must complete Lexia Levels 12 and 14 respectively. Continue reaching higher goals -- Lexia ends after Level 18 (5th grade reading skills).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Practice SAT Khan Academy

Congratulations to Mya H. (2nd week in the lead) and Dominick B. Together, they've spent nearly 5 hours last week practicing SAT strategies and questions. The real test for the Class of 2020 is this October - let's prepare our students to do their best!

 

 

 

 

 

Week 1 - July 8th

Spectacular Study Island Students!!! This week's Study Island Champions are Dominick H. who has completed 27% of his Reading Path and Syneda W. who has completed 13% of her Math Path. 

 

 

 

The Class of 2020 are championing the PSAT Challenge. Way to go MYA and JAYLEN - both of them skipped the 5th grade and now they're taking the lead to prepare for high school --- each has spent more than 9 hours studying for the Practice SAT. Keep up the GREAT WORK!!!  Parents of 7th & 8th graders, Dr. Spaulding has enrolled your students into the FREE online Khan Academy College Board PSAT course. They are encouraged to take the diagnostic test and complete lessons and practice exams. In October 2019, Proviso SD#209 will administer the official PSAT to 8th graders, which accounts for 35% of the admission process to PMSA. Remember to click the data-sharing link so I can "see" your child's progress.

 

 

 

 

 

These gentlemen are dominating the Lexia Core5 Pinky Promise. Parents keep challenging your students to complete the appropriate levels before school begins. Students moving from K to 1st grade must complete Lexia Level 9. Students entering the 2nd & 3rd grade must complete Lexia Levels 12 and 14 respectively. Congrats to Jeremiah H., LaRoy R. and Michael K. ----- these guys have the most usage in Lexia this week.


 

 

 

Congratulations Lindop Class of 2019

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WozU STEAM Event May 2, 2019

With Retired NBA Player Steven Hunter

The Lindop community is extremely grateful to Steven Hunter and the Hunter foundation for providing this opportunity for our students. As we continue our efforts to equip students for high school, college, careers and beyond, it is paramount that the necessary tools are provided now. I am amazed at the excitement of our parents, students, and staff as we prepare for summer Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math better known as (STEAM). Lindop students will have the opportunity to explore coding, engineering design process, drones, cyber-security, and mobile development. We are excited about our continued collaborative efforts, but this is only the beginning. We look forward to many years of a mutually beneficial relationship. Mr. Hunter, has been adopted by Lindop, and there is nothing that he can do about it. Dr. Janiece Jackson, Superintendent.

Steven Hunter’s STEAM Program Expands To Broadview’s Lindop (Pioneer Free Press May 2019)

Photos of WozU Event with Steven Hunter

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Congratulations Lindop 

National Junior Honor Society 2019

 

Math Night 2019 Photos 

Lindop Father/Daughter Dance Photos 2/15/2019

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BLACK HISTORY EVENTS FLYER 2019

BLACK HISTORY ACTIVITIES 2019

CONGRATULATIONS AMARI OWENS

LINDOP 2019 SPELLING BEE WINNER!

Congratulations to 6th grade student, Amari Owens, for winning the school Spelling Bee. The winning word was construction.  Amari stayed cool under pressure and prevailed through 11 rounds. The 9th Annual West 40 Scripps Spelling Bee is scheduled for 7pm February 4, at McClure Jr. High School in Western Springs.  Congratulations Amari on her win!!

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Click Here for the Village Free Press Article 1/18/2019

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CONGRATULATIONS KORDAE WALKER

LINDOP 2019 GRADES 1 - 4 

SPELLING BEE WINNER!

Congratulations to 4th grade student, Kordae Walker, for winning the Grades 1-4 Spelling Bee. The winning word was stylish.

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LINDOP STUDENTS CELEBRATE

HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, 21 students participated in a piñata contest.  The students had a month to make a piñata at home with their families.  These are the finished products!!!  These students will be rewarded with a fiesta de pizza to celebrate their hard work!!!

LINDOP STUDENTS COMMEMORATE PATRIOT DAY

Tuesday, September 11th marked the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in 2001. Patriot Day is marked every year on September 11, to honor the nearly 3,000 people who died on that day.  It is not an official federal holiday but Lindop School carried out traditions and remembrances of the attacks that occurred. Lindop students lowered the flags to half mast in remembrance of those who lost their lives in the attacks, observed a moment of silence, read President Trump's Presidential Proclamation, and recognized Veterans that attended. 

 

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