Summit Hill School District 161

Dr. Julian Rogus School


Contact us

  19900 S. 80th Avenue, Tinley Park, IL, 60487
 Phone (815) 464-2285

  Principal

Principal: Laura C. Goebel
Assistant Principal: Maura K. Carroll

  School Hours

Office Hours: 8:00am-3:55pm
Teacher Hours: 8:10am-3:10pm
Student Hours: 8:20am to 2:50pm*
Half-Day Student Hours: 8:20am-11:30am
* Activity Dismissal: 3:55pm
 




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Welcome 2018-2019 Wildcats!!!! This year we will focus on being #oneWalker! My name is Miss Dalfonso, and I will be your child’s special education resource teacher.  I am excited for the new school year and cannot wait to see our new and returning students! Please feel free to contact me at Hilda Walker School or by email, tdalfonso@summithill.org.
 
 A learning disability isn’t insurmountable. Remind yourself that everyone faces obstacles. It’s up to you as a parent to teach your child how to deal with those obstacles without becoming discouraged or overwhelmed. Don’t let the tests, school bureaucracy, and endless paperwork distract you from what’s really important—giving your child plenty of emotional and moral support.
Become your own expert.  Do your own research and keep abreast of new developments in learning disability programs, therapies, and educational techniques. You may be tempted to look to others—teachers, therapists, doctors—for solutions, especially at first. But you’re the foremost expert on your child, so take charge when it comes to finding the tools he or she needs in order to learn.
Be an advocate for your child.  You may have to speak up time and time again to get special help for your child. Embrace your role as a proactive parent and work on your communication skills. It may be frustrating at times, but by remaining calm and reasonable, yet firm, you can make a huge difference for your child.
Remember that your influence outweighs all others. Your child will follow your lead. If you approach learning challenges with optimism, hard work, and a sense of humor, your child is likely to embrace your perspective—or at least see the challenges as a speed bump, rather than a roadblock. Focus your energy on learning what works for your child and implementing it the best you can.
 




Important Dates

  • October 18, 2018 : SCO Fun Night, 4-6 pm
  • November 2, 2018 : Report Cards Issued
  • November 19, 2018 : Parent/Teacher Conferences
  • November 20, 2018 : Parent/Teacher Conferences


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Dos and Don'ts when using social networks


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Seven Habits of Successful Readers


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Action Verbs for Kids | Language Arts Video Lesson


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Long Division


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Multiplication tables 2 to 10 | Multiplication songs


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