Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Integrated Pest Management Notification

INDIAN PRAIRIE COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT #204
Indian Prairie School District 204
3003 West 103rd Street
Naperville, IL 60564

Dear Parent, Guardian or Staff Member:

Public Acts 91-0099 and 91-0525 mandate Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for Illinois public schools.  IPM manages pest damage with the least possible hazard to people, property and the environment; including judicious use of pesticides.  In this context, “pesticide” includes insecticide, herbicide, rodenticide, and fungicide.

IPM provides parents/guardians or staff members with prior notice of herbicide application.  Please be aware that on (Friday July 13, Tuesday July 17, Wednesday July 18, Thursday July 19 and Friday July 20, 2018), weather permitting, a weed control application will be applied to the mulched areas, courtyards, fenced areas, fence lines, cracks and crevices and bleacher pads at (Neuqua Valley High School) property. This application will be a “Post-Emergent”. We match herbicide and application procedures to our school environment.  All are approved for school use and are an important part of buildings and grounds maintenance. Typically, this application will not present a health concern to students or staff.  However, it is the intent of IPM to allow those with special sensitivity to take appropriate precautions:  in the case of children, as determined by a parent or guardian. 

If you have further questions, please call my office at (630)428-6005.
                                                                                      
Sincerely,
Andrew Weed
Facility Manager Neuqua Valley High School

Indian Prairie School District #204


Monday, June 18, 2018

Integrated Pest Management Notification

INDIAN PRAIRIE COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT #204
Indian Prairie School District 204
3003 West 103rd Street
Naperville, IL 60564

Dear Parent, Guardian or Staff Member,
Public Acts 91-0099 and 91-0525 mandate Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for Illinois public schools.  IPM manages pest damage with the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment; including judicious use of pesticides.  In this context, “pesticide” includes insecticide, herbicide, rodenticide, and fungicide.

IPM provides parents/guardians or staff members with prior notice of herbicide application.  Please be aware that on (Wednesday, June 20, Thursday, June 21 and Friday, June 22, 2017), weather permitting, a weed control application will be applied to the mulched areas, courtyards, fenced areas, fence lines, cracks and crevices and bleacher pads at (Neuqua Valley High School). This application will be a “Post-Emergent”. We match herbicide and application procedures to our school environment.  All are approved for school use and are an important part of buildings and grounds maintenance. Typically, this application will not present a health concern to students or staff.  However, it is the intent of IPM to allow those with special sensitivity to take appropriate precautions:  in the case of children, as determined by a parent or guardian. 

If you have further questions, please call my office at (630) 428-6005.
                                                                     
Sincerely,
Andrew Weed
Facility Manager Neuqua Valley High School

Indian Prairie School District #204


Saturday, June 9, 2018

2018 Neuqua Valley Guidance Summer Newsletter

Dear NVHS Families,
Now that the school year has ended, please take a few moments to read the newsletter below. The information contains how to access your report cards and information regarding next school year. Wishing you all a happy summer!

Sandy Schuller
Guidance Director
Neuqua Valley High School | 2360 95th Street | Naperville, IL 60564
630.428.6023
sandy_schuller@ipsd.org


Friday, June 8, 2018

Integrated Pest Management Notifications

INDIAN PRAIRIE COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT #204
Indian Prairie School District 204
3003 West 103rd Street
Naperville, IL 60564

Dear Parent, Guardian or Staff Member:

Public Acts 91-0099 and 91-0525 mandate Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for Illinois public schools.  IPM manages pest damage with the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment; including judicious use of pesticides.  In this context, “pesticide” includes insecticide, herbicide, rodenticide, and fungicide.

IPM provides parents/guardians or staff members with prior notice of herbicide application.  Please be aware that on (Tuesday, June 12, 2018), weather permitting, a weed control application will be applied to Lake and Shoreline at Neuqua Valley High School.  We match herbicide and application procedures to our school environment.  All are approved for school use and are an important part of buildings and grounds maintenance. Typically, this application will not present a health concern to students or staff.  However, it is the intent of IPM to allow those with special sensitivity to take appropriate precautions:  in the case of children, as determined by a parent or guardian.

Please also be aware that on (Monday June 11, Thursday June 14 and Friday June 15, 2017), weather permitting, a weed control application will be applied to the mulched areas, courtyards, fenced areas, fence lines, cracks and crevices and bleacher pads at (Neuqua Valley High School) property. This application will be a “Post-Emergent”. We match herbicide and application procedures to our school environment.  All are approved for school use and are an important part of buildings and grounds maintenance. Typically, this application will not present a health concern to students or staff.  However, it is the intent of IPM to allow those with special sensitivity to take appropriate precautions:  in the case of children, as determined by a parent or guardian. 


If you have further questions, please call my office at (630)428-6005.
                                                                                  
Sincerely,
Andrew Weed
Facility Manager

Indian Prairie School District #204




Friday, May 25, 2018

Graduating Seniors and Transferring Students Need to Save Your Google Files



A Guide to Transfer or Download Your Google School Content

Your School Account Your Stuff  Take It With You

Student Google Drive Files cannot be recovered after Graduation or after a student leaves the district.

School G Suite accounts are closed when students are no longer enrolled. This means that when you who transfer or graduate you will no longer have access to your files and resources in G Suite unless you take them with you. This process must be completed before graduation or leaving Indian Prairie School District 204.

You must either “Transfer content” or “Download data” before leaving.

Option 1 - Transfer your content from Drive and Gmail


Copy and transfer your emails and Google Drive folders to a personal Google Account.

a. Visit this site: https://takeout.google.com/transfer
If you need help, click on the Help Icon  near the top right of the screen.

b. Follow the onscreen instructions to copy and transfer your school stuff to a personal Google account.
Get More Help: Copy content from your school account to another account

Option 2 - Download your data from all G Suite products


Create an archive with a copy of your data from your school Google resources.

a. Visit this site: https://takeout.google.com/settings/takeout
If you need help, click on the Help Icon near the top right of the screen.

b. Follow the onscreen instructions to create an archive of your data.
Get Help: Download your data

Starting the 2018 Year Off Right by Knowing Your Password Now

Before leaving for the year, the Indian Prairies Tech Services Department is recommending that all students make sure they can access their passwords next school year. All returning students should follow these steps before leaving for the school year.

1. Verify that you can log into HAC in case they forget their SSO/Google password over the summer.

Check when their password will expire.
  • Login to the SSO, click “Account”, and review your password last set & expire dates.
  • If your password will expire over the summer, it is recommended you reset it before leaving for the summer.


2. Review/reset your SSO Challenge questions before leaving for the summer.
  • Login to the SSO, click “Account”, click “Update Challenge Responses”, and reset at least 6 questions.



Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Team IPEF Kids Marathon

Want a great way to encourage healthy choices with your children this summer? Register them to participate as a charity hero with Team IPEF in the Naperville Kids Marathon. Students ages 5-13 commit to running 25 miles (one mile at a time) between May 1 and October 19 and track their miles. On Saturday, October 20, they run the final 1.2 miles at Naperville North High School on a portion of the course used by Team IPEF runners in the Naperville Half Marathon the following day. All participants receive a Team IPEF shirt, race shirt and finisher medal. Register online IPEF and select the school your child will represent. Cost is $44 and includes race registration and a $26 tax deductible donation.