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McTeacher Night Thursday, March 23rd from 5-8 PM
McDonald's in Broadview Square has agreed to sponsor a Lindop McTeachers Night along with the Broadview Lions Club on Thursday, March 23rd from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. McDonald's will donate 40% (20% to each group) of the proceeds for that night. Lindop's proceeds will go to the student activity fund!
Congratulations Mrs. Schoenheider's Preschool P.M.!
This February, Lindop students fundraised for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Pennies for Patients Program. Students attended an assembly to learn more about blood cancers, and how they might be able to help. At this assembly we learned that every 3 minutes someone is diagnosed with blood cancer, and every 9 minutes someone dies from blood cancer. Students pulled together and competed to see which classroom could raise the most money. There was significant positive feedback from families. Students were provided with collection boxes, and collected currency ranging from pennies to $20 bills. One family donated $400!
After 3 weeks, Lindop raised a grand total of 2,828.28!
Our third place classroom winner was Mrs. Terrell’s 3rd grade class, raising $110.55!
Our second place winner was Mrs. Opare-Saforo’s 5th grade class, raising $905. 85!
Our 1st place winner was Mrs. Schoenheider’s p.m. preschool class, raising $1,277.01!
Congratulations to Mrs. Schoenheider’s p.m. class!!
Thank you to all Lindop students, families, and staff for donating to this cause. Your generosity will help save the lives of those with blood cancer!
2nd Annual Lindop Daddy Daughter Dance
Congratulations Anaya Haynes
Lindop 2017 Spelling Bee Winner!
Lindop’s 2017 Spelling Bee was as sweet as honey! We had 19 spellers across 1st-8th grade. Lindop would like to thank our families for coming out and watching their children participate in this suspenseful academic event. It was wonderful to see so much cheer and support for our spellers!
Lindop congratulates Anaya Haynes in 7th grade on winning the School Wide Spelling Bee! Anaya won with the winning word, ravine. Anaya will continue on to the local spelling bee and compete with other school wide winners across the area. Please come out and support Anaya at 7:00pm on February 8th at McClure Jr. High in Western Springs.
Congratulations JeNae Phillips
Lindop 2017 Elementary Spelling Bee Winner!
Lindop congratulates JeNae Phillips in Mr. Hansen's fourth grade class for winning the Elementary Spelling Bee! JeNae won with the winning word, parents.
A huge congratulations to all our Classroom Spelling Bee winners for participating in the School Spelling Bee!
Students should not arrive to school before 8 a.m. on days of inclement weather (Temperatures below 25 degrees, rain or substantial snowfall). Students will be allowed to Enter the building through the Breakfast Door located at the back of the building at 8 a.m. Students will be directed to the cafeteria. Any students that participate in morning activities will be able to arrive to school before 8 a.m. through the main office entrance. Happy Holidays and Thank you for your Cooperation.
McGruff meets with Grade K-2
McGruff the Crime Dog, Broadview Chief of Police Tigera and Sergeant Kostka spoke to students in Grades K-2. Students learned about being safe in the car and the importance of always wearing a seat belt. Students also learned about the negative impacts of bullying, respect for others, and being kind to one another.
Thank You to McGruff the Crime Dog and The Broadview Police Department!
Congratulations To Our Parent University Survey Winner Alaina Anthony!
Lindop School Observes Patriot Day
WELCOME BACK LETTER FROM
LINDOP DISTRICT 92 SUPERINTENDENT
DR. JANIECE JACKSON
Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year! This year will be one of building, reflecting, and “Moving from Good to Great, by any means necessary, unlimited potential, unlimited possibilities, with academic mastery.” We will continue to be politely relentless in our efforts to raise test scores, decrease behavioral incidents, and continue what has become our legacy of excellence.
Technology enhancements include our one-to-one learning expansion to include iPads for 3rd grade students, as well as new computers for our STEM lab. Kudos to the Board of Education for turning this vision into a reality.
The 2015-2016 school year was centered on culture and climate. While thinking forward, during this 2016-2017 school year, I continue to be personally resolute while leading the district to a new level of academic success, which is enveloped in unlimited opportunities and unlimited potential, and will be evidenced through our PARCC results.
We will absolutely meet our goals because of the proven dedication and commitment from our Board of Education, district and building leadership, teachers, staff, parents, and the greater community.
The Board of Education continues to provide support by providing the resources necessary to reach our goals of making our children the overarching priority, while continuing to be fiscally responsible. I am privileged and blessed to work with a team that is aware of the magnitude of this endeavor, the impact of reaching our collective goals, and its effect on future generations. We realize that "it is our reasonable duty to educate All children, acting as though it were impossible to fail, and realizing that Good Enough, Never Is."
Thank you for allowing me to serve our children.
Dr. Janiece Jackson, Superintendent
During the past month our Student Council decided to do a fundraiser with the initiative to “Paint Our School Pink”, in support of breast cancer. The students sold pink cupcakes at afterschool functions and during lunch period on each Wednesday. They also sold pink ribbons, allowing individuals to place their names on ribbons . . .
This AfternoonA 20 percent chance of rain. Patchy fog. Otherwise, cloudy, with a high near 59. Southwest wind around 5 mph.
TonightA 20 percent chance of rain before 9pm. Patchy fog before 7pm. Otherwise, cloudy, with a low around 47. Southwest wind around 5 mph.
MondayRain likely, mainly after 3pm. Cloudy, with a high near 53. West northwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming east northeast in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 70%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.
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