2017-2018 Room Parents

Grade

Room #

Teacher

Room Parent

Child

Email

KDG

101

Stanley

Kelly DeSchepper

Coralie

kelly@apparentlykelly.com

 

101

 

Michelle Thomas

Sydney

michelle.thomas@hotmail.com

KDG

102

Simmons

Elena Savona

Zoe

savoele@hawk.iit.edu

KDG

103

Hereford

Heather McCown

Theo

heather.mccowen@gmail.com

     

Tara Rossi

Hazel

tararossi33@gmail.com

1st

B104

 

Megan Waters Bernal

Luca

megan.bernal@gmail.com

1st

B107

 

Megan Uithoven

Emme

megan.uithoven@gmail.com

1st

B105

Wilson

Tracy Carlson

Chase

carlson.tracy@gmail.com

2nd

B131

Herron

Serena Moy

Cooper

serena_moy@yahoo.com

2nd

A130

Kryka

Laarni Livings

Owen

l.e.livings@gmail.com

2nd

A127

Pierce

Janeen Kwan

Summer

janeanw@gmail.com

3rd

A220

Jenkins

Eden Hurd

Sasha

ehurdsmith@gmail.com

3rd

A221

Chan H

Tia Angelos

Athan

angelosfamily@gmail.com

3rd

A219

Chan T

Jen Bernier

Sartori

jtbernier@sbcglobal.net

4th

A224

Demmel

Anastasia

Warren

anastacia.nicole.peterson@gmail.com

4th

A225

Menyes

Teresa Hill Saadan

Omar

teresa.saadan@gsdm.com

4th

A205

Shannon

Lisa Taylor

Emmitt

lisabuenzowtaylor@gmail.com

5th

A226

Allababidi S

Wendy Owens

Blake

wendymowens@yahoo.com

5th

A229

Heneghan

Lisa Karas

Ian

lrhk23@gmail.com

5th

A208

Allison

Ayanna Corbin

Kenji

ayanna50@gmail.com

6th

A107

Ziolo

Heidi Stevens

June

hkstevens@me.com

6th

A215

Ms. Carbonetto

Areli Coleman

Imani

areliyv@gmail.com

6th

A213

D Rocha

Charmaine Nichols

Danielle

cnichols1999@yahoo.com

7th

A235

J Berlanga

     

7th

A216

R Coppola

Michelle Mitchell

Sierra

mtaymitchell@gmail.com

7th

A217

Mr. Phillips

Lexi Neuberger

Vance

fabutron@gmail.com

8th

A209

P Fanning

Lisa Martin-Eatinger

Quinn

lisaeatinger228@gmail.com

8th

A214

M Bruesch

     

8th

A207

E Thalhammer

     
           

SARP

         

Library

Ann Kaminski

 

Madigan and Warren Tang

 

kaminski@pobox.com

Music

Karen David

 

Cody David (1st)

(BRANCH)

wabykaren@yahoo.com

Music

Cara Jacques

 

Christian Regans (4th)

(MAIN)

carajaq@gmail.com

CPS Health Education Policy

Dear South Loop Parents or Guardians:

As part of the CPS Health Education Policy, South loop is  incorporating the following district approved curriculum into the K-8 physical education classes this school year.  A detailed outline of the lessons appears at the bottom of this letter. Topics include:

·     Human Reproduction and Childbirth

·     Puberty

·     HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

·     Contraception and Pregnancy Prevention

·     Abstinence

·     Healthy Relationships

·     Decision Making

The implementation of this curriculum is reflected on the CPS Progress Report in the Healthy CPS Status section.   

After reviewing the topics, if you like resources for learning more about the Healthy CPS rating system, the curriculum or if you have other questions, please email me at tsshelton@cps.edu.  Your child’s participation in this worthwhile unit of study is voluntary. If you wish to have your child excused from participation, please inform me in writing.                                                          

Sexual health education provides adolescents with the knowledge that they will use throughout their development and into adulthood. The knowledge that they gain will help them to make informed decisions and safe choices that are respectful of themselves and others. Sexual Health Education is expected to be delivered to all students in grades K-12. Topics are aligned with the 2012 National Sexuality Education Standards.

Sexual Health Education Scope and Sequence for grades Kindergarten to Eighth Grade.

Kindergarten Lesson 1: Public vs. Private – Students identify public and private body parts using medically-accurate vocabulary. Lesson 2: Good Touch, Bad Touch – Students learn that no one is allowed to touch their private parts without permission. Lesson 3: Secrets – Students learn strategies for telling a trusted adult about a secret that makes them scared or uncomfortable. Lesson 4: Smart About Strangers – Students learn tips for staying safe online and in the real world.

1st grade Lesson 1: Respecting Everyone – Students use creative drawing to show that everyone is a unique individual who deserves dignity and respect. Lesson 2: Families – Students identify diverse family structures and brainstorm ways to treat all families with respect. Lesson 3: Families Change – Students explore ways a family can change and how to handle feelings that come with a changing family. Lesson 4: Bullying – Students identify forms of bullying and what to do if they or a classmate is being bullied.

2nd Grade Lesson 1: My Body – Students learn about the parts of body. Lesson 2: All Living Things Reproduce – Students identify characteristics of all living things and study the life cycle of a frog. Lesson 3: Gender and Identity – Students role play strategies for breaking down gender stereotypes and learn to treat all people in their community with respect. Lesson 4: Keeping My Body Healthy – Students practice infection control strategies for staying healthy.

3rd Grade Lesson 1: Respecting Myself and Others – Students learn concepts of respect for others and self-respect. Students will practice communicating respectfully. Lesson 2: Building Relationships – Students examine traits of healthy and unhealthy relationships. Healthy CPS — Office of Student Health & Wellness Lesson 3: Building Communities (optional) – Students examine their own strengths and struggles, and how they can use their strengths to create a healthy classroom community. Lesson 4: Bullying – Students learn how they can be leaders against bullying in their classroom community.

 4th Grade Lesson 1: What is Puberty – Students are introduced to the physical, social, and emotional changes of puberty. Lesson 2: Puberty Boy, Puberty Girl – Students are split into groups of boys and girls to learn about the physical changes of puberty specific to males or females. Lesson 3: Puberty Stress Management and Goal Setting – Students learn techniques to manage the stresses of puberty and set goals for the future. Lesson 4: Germs and Your Immune System (optional) – Students identify difference between bacteria and viruses and learn how the immune system keeps the body safe from infection. Lesson 5: What is HIV? – Students are introduced to HIV as a blood borne virus, and learn universal precautions for protecting themselves from blood borne illnesses.

5th Grade Lesson1: Puberty – Students learn about the physical, social, and emotional changes of puberty, including changes specific to male and female bodies. Lesson 2: Health and Hygiene – Students learn proper hygiene practices to keep their growing bodies healthy. Lesson 3: Body Image – Students explore the influence of media and social culture on their changing body image. Lesson 4: Human Reproduction – Students are introduced to concepts in human reproduction and explore how puberty prepares the body for reproduction. Lesson 5: Abstinence and Contraceptives – Abstinence is stressed as a developmentally appropriate sexual practice. Hormonal and barrier method contraceptives are introduced as ways to prevent pregnancy and STIs. Lesson 6: HIV – HIV is defined as a sexually transmitted disease, and students learn ways to protect themselves from transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. Abstinence is stressed as developmentally appropriate sexual behavior. Lesson 7: Gender and Identity – Students learn the difference between sex and gender and brainstorm ways to show respect to different ways of gender expression. Lesson 8: Personal Safety and Abuse – Students identify behaviors of sexual abuse and harassment and learn techniques for protecting themselves sexual abuse and harassment. Lesson 9: Identifying Resources and Review – Students review key concepts from the unit and identify resources of medically-accurate information on puberty, human reproduction, and personal safety.

 6th Grade Lesson 1 – Human Reproduction: Students describe male and female sexual and reproductive systems, including body parts and their functions. Students define sexual intercourse and its relationship to human reproduction. Lesson 2 – Pregnancy and Birth: Student identity signs and symptoms of pregnancy and learn prenatal practices that contribute to a healthy pregnancy. Lesson 3 – Exploring Abstinence: Students will identify abstinence as the only 100% effective method of protecting against unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Student will develop and communicate a plan for practicing abstinence. Lesson 4 – Contraceptives: Students will learn the benefits, risks, and effectiveness rates of various types of contraceptive methods, including abstinence, condoms, hormonal methods, and emergency contraceptives. Lesson 5 – STI and HIV Prevention: Students will learn medically-accurate information about sexually transmitted infections and HIV. Students will develop a plan for reducing their risk for sexually transmitted infections and HIV. Lesson 6 – Decision Making: Students apply a decision making model to adolescent and sexual health scenarios. Lesson 7 – Delay Tactics and Refusal Skills: Students practice communicating effectively about their sexual health decisions. Lesson 8 – Sexual Health Resources: Students identify medically-accurate sources of information about sexual health, STIs, and HIV.

7th Grade Lesson 1 – Adolescent Development: Students describe the physical, social, cognitive, and emotional changes of adolescence. Lesson 2 – Self-esteem and Body Image: Students analyze how friends, family, media, and culture can influence self-esteem and body image. Lesson 3 – Decision Making: Students apply a decision making model to some of the tough decisions of adolescence. Lesson 4 – Relationships and Keeping it Healthy: Students discuss characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships and apply the criteria for healthy relationships various scenarios. Lesson 5 – Relationships II Influences: Students analyze the ways friends, family, media, society, and culture can influence relationships. Lesson 6 – Relationships III Communication: Students learn and apply techniques for communicating assertively and respectfully to express what they do and do not want in relationships. Students practice saying ―no‖ is aggressive situations. Lesson 7 – Technology and Relationships: Students discuss the role of technology in relationships and develop a plan for remaining safe while using technology and social media. Healthy CPS — Office of Student Health & Wellness Lesson 8 – Identity I: Students differentiate between gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation, and explore external influences that impact one’s attitude about gender expression and sexual orientation. Lesson 9 – Identity II: Students learn to communicate respectfully with and about people of all gender expressions and sexual orientations. Students develop a plan to promote dignity and respect for all people.

8th Grade (New and Required) Lesson 1 – (Cyber) Bullying: Students describe situations that constitute real life and cyber bullying. Students discuss the impacts of bullying and create a plan for communicating respectfully with everyone. Lesson 2 – Dating Violence: Students will define dating violence, identify phases of the cycle of violence, and learn how to advocate for safer environments. Lesson 3 – Sexual Violence: Students will define consent in relationship to sexual violence. After teaching Lessons 1-3, educators for grade 8 have the option of completing sexual health education using the Relationship Building Track or the STI and Pregnancy Prevention Track. Both tracks provide a review of key concepts from the 6th and 7th grade lesson sequence through use of selected lessons. Educators should evaluate students using the pre-test, as well as knowledge about the students proficiency in these topic area and cultural and community influences. Completing either track will meet the minute requirements outlined in CPS policy.

 Choose one 8th Grade Relationship Building Track Lesson 1 – Decision Making: Students apply a decision making model to some of the tough decisions of adolescence. Lesson 2 – Relationships I Keeping it Healthy: Students discuss characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships and apply the criteria for healthy relationships various scenarios. Lesson 3 – Relationships II Influences: Students analyze the ways friends, family, media, society, and culture can influence relationships. Lesson 4 – Relationships III Communication: Students learn and apply techniques for communicating assertively and respectfully to express what they do and do not want in relationships. Students practice saying ―no in aggressive situations. Lesson 5 – Gender Expression and Sexual Orientation: Students differentiate between gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation, and explore external influences that impact one’s attitude about gender expression and sexual orientation.

8th Grade STI and Pregnancy Prevention Track Lesson 1 – Pregnancy and Birth: Student identity signs and symptoms of pregnancy and learn prenatal practices that contribute to a healthy pregnancy. Lesson 2 – Exploring Abstinence: Students will identify abstinence as the only 100% effective method of protecting against unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Student will develop and communicate a plan for practicing abstinence. Lesson 3 – Contraceptives: Students will learn the benefits, risks, and effectiveness rates of various types of contraceptive methods, including abstinence, condoms, hormonal methods, and emergency contraceptives. Lesson 4 – STI and HIV Prevention: Students will learn medically-accurate information about sexually transmitted infections and HIV. Students will develop a plan for reducing their risk for sexually transmitted infections and HIV. Lesson 5 – Sexual Health Resources: Students identify medically-accurate sources of information about sexual health, STIs, and HIV. Lesson 6 – Decision Making: Students apply a decision making model to adolescent and sexual health

Art Supply List

 

ART SUPPLIES

 

SOUTH LOOP SCHOOL

 

TEACHER P. MITCHELL

 

Welcome Back!  In order to achieve student success and create a passion for learning it is necessary that we are prepared.  The following items are mandatory for art and must be brought to class on the day that your class is scheduled for art. Please store in a labeled shoe box size container that can remain in your child’s classroom and label all supplies.

 

GRADES Kdg - 3

 

  1. Two no. 2 pencils

  2. Plastic shoe box

  3. 24 colors set Crayons

  4. 7oz bottle  White school glue

  5. 4 Glue sticks

  6. 12 colors set Washable Markers

  7. 12 colors set Colored pencils (3rd grade only)

  8. Art Writing and Sketch journal

  9. Sakura Junior Artist 12 color Cray-Pas set

  10. 8 colors set watercolor paint set.

 

GRADES 4 – 8

 

  1. Pocket folder with loose-leaf paper

  2. Sketch pad

  3. 6 no.2 pencils,

  4. 2 black ultra-fine line markers

  5. 2 black fine line markers

  6. 1 Large art gum eraser

  7. 7 oz bottle White school Glue

  8. 4 Glue stick

  9. Plastic shoe box

  10. 24 colors set Colored pencils

  11. 12 colors set Washable Markers

  12. 16 colors set Oil Pastels

  13. 16 colors set Crayola Educational watercolor paint (sold by Sax School Specialty)

  14. Small plastic cup or plastic measuring cap from laundry detergent container,(clear cap from the large sprout containers.

  15. One roll of paper towels

  16. Disinfectant wipes

  17. Liquid hand soap.

 

Parent Handbook 2017-18

Download the 2017-18 Parent handbook HERE

2017-18 Calendar

The 2017-18 Calendar will be updated by the last week of August. We will not be hosting a new family meet and greet, or a welcome back information night this year. Classroom assignments will be posted at the main building on August 28th. 

 

Amazon Smile

The holidays are approaching we know you will busy shopping for gifts, decorations, and more. When you shop at Amazon, be sure to shop with smile.amazon.com, so that Friends and Family of South Loop School Inc can increase its AmazonSmile donations. 

#StartWithaSmile at smile.amazon.com/ch/20-2851839 for your holiday gifts and Amazon donates to Friends and Family of South Loop School Inc.

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How Can I Get Involved at SLS?

How can I get involved at South Loop School?

These volunteer opportunities are open to any family member of a student at South Loop School.

Visit www.SouthLoopSchool.net, use Signup Genius (specific links are below), or contact the chair(s) if you are interested in volunteering. Events without chairs? Email slsvolunteers@gmail.com

 

Year long

Kiss N Go

Help with drop off by opening car doors to keep traffic moving.

Branch: 7:45 am to 8:10 am.

SignUp Genius: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f4fa4ad2ca6fd0-slskiss1

Main: 8:00 am to 8:30 am.

SignUp Genius: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f4fa4ad2ca6fd0-slskiss

Café Crew

Open cartons, cut fruit, keep order, encourage student to eat healthiest foods first.

Branch: 11:10 am. to 12:55 pm (11:15 to 12:00 for kindergarten; 12:00 to 12:50 for 1st grade).

SignUp Genius: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f4fa4ad2ca6fd0-cafe

Room Parents

Help with class communication; recruit volunteers for fieldtrips, class projects, school activities.

Chair: Rosebelle Lin (rosebellet@hotmail.com)

Looking for room parents for classrooms 207 and 216

Monthly Tours

Tour for prospective families: visit classrooms, give an overview of our school and the program and activities we offer.

Main building chair: Lynn Piper (lypieper@juno.com)

Branch Building chairs: Matt Gould (MGould@midamericagrp.com) & Saadia Siddique (saadia.siddique@gmail.com)

Branch: 3rd Thursday of every month at 9:00 am

Main: 3rd Wednesday of every month at 9:00 am

Annual Spring Benefit

Sell tickets, acquire sponsors/donations, write/send thank you notes, online auction, set up venue, help with check out, help cleanup/breakdown.

Chairs for event: Katerina Santorini (chokiesantorini@aol.com) & Anastacia Peterson (anastacia.nicole.peterson@gmail.com)

Chair(s) for auction: up for grabs!

This is a yearlong planning event.

Event takes place on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 6pm

Lost and Found

Sort items, separate labeled items to return, bag other items for Pacific Garden Mission.

Main building only: end of each month.

ReSale Shop

Organize and sell gently used and new school uniforms. Set-up, sell, break down.

Chair(s): new chair(s) needed!

Shifts during back to school picnic (Sat., Sept. 10), report card pick up days (Wed. Nov. 9, Wed. April 19), and other events.

Dads Group
Meet with other dads quarterly to plan dad-led events for the school year.

Chairs: Jason Ziegler (zieglerrj21@gmail.com) &

John Martin Eatinger (proagandaboy@yahoo.com)

Seeking Dads of younger students to join this group.

Grant writers

Research and write grants for landscaping, matching grants, sponsorships, etc. 

Chair: Carrie Dahquist (cldahquist@gmail.com)

Year round

Yearbook

Coordinate student volunteers; get class photos, take group photos and candid photos.

Chair: Nicole (Garcia) Windham (nlgarcia2@cps.edu)

Year round

Box Tops

Checking boxes periodically), coordinating drives, counting for submission

Chair(s): new chair(s) needed!

Year round, with two collection times with incentives for highest collector.

One-time events

Oktoberfest

Fall fundraiser to support classroom resources.

Sell tickets, help set up, issue wristbands.

Chair: Rishi Agrawal (rishi@agrawalfirm.com)

September 15 to October 20: sell tickets at Branch 3:00 to 6:00 pm & Main 3:30 to 6:00 pm. SignUp Genius:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f4fa4ad2ca6fd0-oktoberfest

Event is on Thursday, October 20 at Reggie’s, 2105 South State Street

Fall Clean and Green

Help with landscaping activities, such as mulching, planting, raking, trimming.

Chairs: Wendy Owens (wendymowens@yahoo.com),

Maureen Gaffney (magconsulting7@gmail.com),

& Aha Harris (aja.harris26@gmail.com)

Saturday, October 15 from 10am to 1:00 pm

Hoops, Games, Movies and More

Plan activities, set-up, order food/drinks, clean up

Chair: Jason Ziegler (zieglerrj21@gmail.com)

October 21 to November 10: Sell tickets after school

Event is on Thursday, November 10 from 6:15pm to 8:30pm

Book Fairs

Set-up, restock, breakdown; work cash registers; help students pick out books.

Chair (Main): Cara Jacques (carajaq@gmail.com)

Chair (Branch): Sophia Gray (gray.sophia@gmail.com)

Book Fairs (continued from previous page)

Fall

Main: Monday, November 28 through Friday, December 2 (Set up on Tuesday, Nov.22)

Branch: Monday, December 5 through Friday, December 9

Spring

Branch: Monday, April 24 through Friday, April 28

Main: Monday, May 8 through Friday, May 12 (Set-up on Friday, May 5)

Winter Music Performance

Set up for performances and supervise students waiting to perform

Chair: Dalia Hassaballa (Music SARP) (daliahassaballa@yahoo.com)

Main Building only: December 14 at 6:15 pm

Winter Dance

Planning, set up, decorate, supervise students during dance, serve food.

K & 1st grade (80’s theme): Monday, December 19, times tbd

2nd & 3rd grades (Roaring 20’s theme): Monday, December 19 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm

4th & 5th grades (60’s theme): Tuesday, December 20 from 1:30 to 3:00pm

6th grade (70’s theme): Thursday, December 22 from 3:30 to 5:30 pm

7th & 8th grade: Friday, May 19 from 7:00pm to 9:30pm

Boosterthon

Winter Fundraiser. Help with set up (decorate), communication, counting pledges

Chair: Katy Pizza (katybee@gmail.com)

Tuesday, January 17 through Friday, January 27

Mom/Son Event

Plan activities, serve food, supervise, set-up, clean up.

Chair: Krishna Lynch (klynch921@gmail.com)

Friday, February 24from 6:15 pm to 8:30 pm

South Loop Around the World

Help solicit performers, serve food, set up, clean up.

Chair: Jules Melhado (julesmelhado@yahoo.com)

Friday, March 31 from 6:15 pm to 8:30 pm

Fitness Night

Solicit vendors to lead physical activities, serve healthy food, set-up, clean-up.

Chair: Rishi Agrawal (rishi@agrawalfirm.com)

Tuesday, April 18 from 6:15pm to 8:30 pm

Daddy (Father Figure)/Daughter Dance (Dad’s Group)

Plan, set-up (decorate), order food, serve food, supervise students during the dance.

Chair(s): new chair(s) needed!

Event is Friday, April 28 from 6:15 to 8:30 pm

April 1 to April 28: sell tickets at Branch & Main after school

Spring Clean and Green

Help with landscaping activities; mulching, planting, raking, trimming. Solicit coffee, donuts, snacks.

Chair(s): new chair(s) needed!

Saturday April 29, 2017 from 10am to 12pm

Teacher Appreciation Week

Donate and setup food, drinks, utensils, and plates.

Monday, May 1through Friday, May 5 at Branch and Main from 10 to 11 am

Annual Sox Game – Fundraiser (Dad’s Group)

Chair: Jason Ziegler (zieglerrj21@gmail.com)

May 21 to June TBD: sell tickets at Branch 3:00pm to 6:00pm & Main 3:30pm to 6:00pm

Field Days and picnic

Help facilitate and supervise activities.

Chairs: Mr. Doyle (tdoyle6@cps.edu), Mr. Laino (dlaino@cps.edu), & Megan Uithoven (SARP for PE) (megan.uithoven1@gmail.com)

June, second to third weeks, during the day

End of the year Carnival

Help set-up, supervise table games, face paint, pop and serve popcorn, supervise students, break-down.

Chair: Mrs. Shelton (tsshelton@cps.edu)

Tuesday, June 20 from 8:00am to 3:30pm

Main Building only