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Superintendent, Mr. Salemi, reads a story to the 2nd grade students.

2nd Grade Wax Museum

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1st and 2nd grade reading buddies

Flexible seating as we work on comprehension skills using ReadTheory.org.

Mrs. Lappe explains the life cycle of a pumpkin.

1st and 2nd grade reading buddies

Prepping for our math test with Kahoot!

Lights, Camera, Read!

Kindergarten students spell their name with virtual magnetic tiles.

Comprehension Station at Family Literacy Night

2nd Grade Wax Museum

Reading games at Family Literacy Night

2nd Grade Wax Museum

Mrs. Larson's students practice mathematical concepts on EDpuzzle.

1st grade students take a picture with an Olympic Speed Skater, Nancy Swider-Peltz.

Asking a true Olympian speed skater some questions we developed through our Winter Olympics IBL project.

Thank you for participating in Watch DOGS!

Read-to-Selfie Station

Mrs. Larson's 2nd graders prepare for their Genre test through the use of Kahoot!

Gamifying the 2nd Grade Classroom

STEM Day

Coding Minecraft for STEM Day

STEM Day

Is the Author's Purpose to Entertain, Inform, or Persuade?

What is the Author's Purpose?

STEM Day

STEM Day

2nd Grade Wax Museum

STEM Day

Mission Statement

Westchester Public Schools, District 92½, will apply inquiry-based strategies within the curriculum and foster a culturally responsive, caring and safe environment that addresses the instructional needs of all students while developing leadership skills and opportunities.
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Visitation Day

November 12th, 9:30-10:30 AM and 1:30-2:30 PM - Please join us for Visitation Day on Tuesday, November 12th from 9:30-10:30 AM and 1:30-2:30 PM. Report to door #1 on Downing and sign in at the office. Please leave young children at home. Siblings and young children will not be allowed at Visitation Day.

Thanksgiving Food Drive

Did you know that one in four Cook County residents is considered to be food insecure? They do not have reliable access to enough affordable, nutritious food for themselves or their families. However, there are resources available to help, including our very own Westchester Food Pantry. The Westchester Food Pantry is in need of non-perishable food items. We will be collecting food items beginning November 13th through November 20th to help the Westchester Food Pantry provide their clients a Thanksgiving dinner.

Items being sought include instant potatoes/boxed side dishes, canned yams, stuffing, Jiffy mix, cream of mushroom soup, canned fruits and vegetables, fried onions, applesauce and condiments such as pickles and olives. Everyday items on the pantry's most wanted list are: soup, canned fruit, peanut butter jelly, snack foods, pasta, and pasta sauce.

Car Number System

To prepare for dismissal during the cold and rainy months, please make sure to have your pick-up number visible on the driver side dashboard starting Monday. Please make sure your child knows your pick-up number and listens carefully in order to be ready to leave when you arrive. Any child who is picked up without a visible number will have to be picked up in the office. Please contact the office at 708-562-1509 if you have any questions.

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