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  20027 88th Ave., Frankfort, IL, 60423
 Phone (815) 464-2034

  Principal

Principal: Michael L. Ruffalo
Assistant Principal: Tracy Bulfer

  School Hours

Early Childhood AM - 8:30am-11:00am Early Childhood PM- 12:00pm-2:30pm Early Childhood Individualized Instruction 8:30am-2:30pm Kindergarten 8:45am-2:15pm First through Fourth Grades: 9:00 - 3:30

Dr. Julian Rogus School
Mission - Rogus School Mission is to educate children in a nurturing environment.
Vision - Rogus School vision is to create a community where children are loved for who they are and challenged to aim high.
Values - We value Acceptance, Belonging, and Community.




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MON

P.E. 9:35-10:10

Technology 11:10-12:05

Art 1:10-1:45 (every other week)


TUES

P.E. 9:35-10:10

Music 1:45-2:20


WEDS

P.E. 9:35-10:10

Music 1:45-2:20


THURS

P.E. 9:35-10:10


FRI

P.E. 9:35-10:10 '

Library 12:50-1:10


Newsletter

Dear Parents,
 
To go along with our Biography Unit/ Helen Keller study, we will be having a guest visitor on Friday, February 23rd. A blind lady, along with her Service dog that helps her see, will be coming to speak and share with our students. Students will not be aloud to pet the dog. The dog will be in her harness always and with her handler.
 
If you do not want your child to be present during this presentation, please let me know in writing by Tuesday, February 20.
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Second graders need new dental exams on file. If you have not already sent in your dental forms, please do so as soon as possible. Thank you.
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Mrs. Coverick’s Class News for 2-26 to 3-2
Reading: “Officer Buckle and Gloria” continued
Vocabulary Words: obeys, safety, attention, buddy, station, speech, shocked, and enormous
Spelling:No test this week.
Science: We will be learning about properties of materials.
Social Studies: Students will continue the Biography Unit as they study many famous people in history that made a difference in our world.
Math: We will continue with money and time.
Handwriting: Students will begin to learn a few more lower-case letters in cursive.
Wax Museum: Many students have been bringing in their costumes. Please send your costume into the classroom once you have created it. We have hanging racks that we are storing them on.
We hope to see you all at the big event! Just a reminder: Our Class’ Wax Museum for parents and grandparents will be Wednesday, March 7 at 11:15.
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Wax Museum: Our Wax Museum is a special performance where students dress up like a character in history that they have researched and studied in class. They will be writing and delivering a speech telling about their life. We will be performing for parents on Wednesday, March 7th at 11:15 am. Your child has already decided who they will be studying and portraying in our Wax Museum, so now please start thinking about creating a costume to help them look like their character. You can use things from around the house or purchase a costume on your own if you wish to.
PLEASE HAVE COSTUMES SENT IN TO THE CLASSROOM BY MARCH 2.
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PARENTS,
PLEASE EMAIL ME IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN HELPING OUT WITH CLERICAL TYPE WORK FOR THE CLASSROOM. THIS COULD INVOLVE COPYING, CUTTING, STAPLING, ETC. IF THIS IS SOMETHING YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PLEASE LET ME KNOW. YOU WOULD FIRST NEED TO GO THROUGH THE DISTRICT BACKGROUND CHECK AND GET YOUR ID MADE IF YOU HAVE NOT DONE THAT YET.
THANKS,
MRS. COVERICK
 
 




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