Dear Anne Fox Community,
This week some of our students were recognized for their outstanding artwork by the Schaumburg community! Their artwork is showcased at the Schaumburg Library through February 5th. We are so proud of our students and their beautiful masterpieces.
Isabella 103 Daniela 104 Josue 110 Willow 110 Lizzy 115 Bryce 116
Rameen 116 Tilak 116 Paityn 122 Mayra 122 Claudia 123 Zodiq 123
New this week…
Important Notice From The Office
Thank you to all the parents who call into the office/attendance line each day when your student is late or absent. Your student’s safety is our top priority. When they are not in attendance by 8:40am and a message has not been left on the attendance line, the office makes phone calls home for each and every student. We appreciate your help in minimizing the number of phone calls from the office. Please leave a message by 8:30am at 1-630-736-3500 (press #1 for the attendance line) when your student is late or absent.
VIP Valentine’s Dance
PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports)
The Cool Tool for the month of February is Pride in our Spaces. This Cool Tool encourages students to take pride in our school by taking care of the building. We will be focusing on how we can keep things clean in all areas of our school like the hallway, classroom, the gym, and the restrooms.
On Wednesday, February 5th we will host Kindergarten Registration. Kindergarten Registration is intended for any incoming Fox-based kindergarteners for the 2020-2021 school year. Registration will take place at Anne Fox School from 9:00-11:00AM and 5:00-7:00PM. If your child turns 5 years old on or before September 1, 2020 and your family is new to District 54 please read what you need to do to register for kindergarten.
Families new to District 54 should go to http://sd54.org/registration to begin your registration before February 5th. Print the confirmation you receive and bring it to your neighborhood school on February 6th. Current District 54 families, with new kindergarteners, need to register through their Parent Portal account.
Along with the printed confirmation, you will need to bring your student’s original birth certificate (no copies) showing the student was born on or before September 1, 2015 (State of Illinois regulation).
Families new to District 54 must provide proof of residency on February 5, 2020. All documents provided must be current, valid for 2020-2021, and reflect name and addresses within the school boundary. Below are items that are needed to prove residency:
At least one of the following documents: The most recent real estate tax bill for residency showing owner as the taxpayer, or a signed lease for the residence including a beginning and end date, or a closing statement for the purchase of the residence.
And at least two of the following documents: Illinois driver’s license, gas, water, electricity, internet, television, telephone bill or letter confirming service connection, public assistance documentation, voter registration card, home or vehicle insurance certificate, Illinois automobile registration, or receipt for local city vehicle sticker where applicable.
District 54 Severe Weather Response Plan
Please see the link for information about our District 54 Severe Weather Response Plan.
From the Nurse
Causes for sore throats include viruses, bacteria and allergens. Viruses are the most frequent cause. Strep throat is a bacterial infection caused by A Streptococcus bacteria.
- Sore throat
- Fever that begins suddenly
- Red throat, sometimes with white patches
- Tender, swollen glands in neck
- Throat culture performed by medical professional
- Rapid strep test is quicker but is not as reliable
- Spread by person-to-person contact
- Spread indirectly through articles soiled with nasal secretions or saliva
- Symptoms begin 1-3 days after exposure to illness
- Antibiotics are prescribed and taken as directed by physician
- Student should remain home from school for 24-48 hours after starting the antibiotics
- Student should remain home until they are fever free for 24 hours (without fever reducing medication)
- Follow the course of treatment to prevent complications such as rheumatic fever
If your child develops symptoms similar to those of strep infection, please contact your physician. Inform the school nurse of a confirmed case. Remember that good hand washing is the number one way to prevent the spread of communicable disease.
Causas del dolor de garganta incluyen virus, bacterias y alérgenos. Los virus son la causa más frecuente. La faringitis estreptocócica es una infección bacteriana causada por la bacteria A estreptocócica.
- Dolor de garganta
- Fiebre que comienza repentinamente
- Garganta roja, algunas veces con manchas blancas
- Las glándulas del cuello se ponen suaves e inflamadas
- Mediante un cultivo de la garganta realizado por un doctor
- Una prueba rápida de estreptococo es más rápida pero no es tan confiable
- Transmitida por contacto de persona a persona
- Transmitida indirectamente a través de objetos contaminados con secreción nasal o saliva
- Los síntomas comienzan 1-3 días después de haber estado expuesto a la enfermedad
- Los antibióticos prescritos por el doctor deben ser tomados tal como él lo indique
- El estudiante debe permanecer en casa de 24-48 horas después de comenzar con los antibióticos
- Los estudiantes deben permanecer en casa hasta que estén libres de fiebre durante 24 horas (sin medicamentos para reducir la fiebre)
- Seguir el curso del tratamiento para evitar complicaciones como fiebre reumática
Si su hijo/a desarrolla síntomas similares a los de la infección por estreptococo(faringitis), por favor contacte a su doctor. Informe a la enfermera de la escuela de un caso confirmado. Recuerde que lavarse bien las manos es una de las mejores maneras para prevenir la transmisión de enfermedades contagiosas.
Dates to Remember
- 2/7 Valentine’s Day Dance in Gym 5:30-7:30
- 2/13 Conferences- Half day- Student dismissal at 11:40 AM
- 2/14 Conferences- No School
- 2/17 President’s Day- No School
Have a great weekend,
Colette Bell & Priscilla Buchanan