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.



A KidsMatter Benefit - Lou Malnati's on June 11th

On June 11, Lou Malnati’s will be celebrating the youth in our community by generously donating 20 percent of its downtown Naperville sales (both restaurant and carryout) to support KidsMatter’s goal of reducing at-risk behaviors by building resilient kids. Diners can also enjoy listening to a variety of musical performances from Metea Valley, Naperville Central, Neuqua Valley and Waubonsie Valley High Schools, as well as The School of Performing Arts and special guest performers. Reservations are not required.
For more information, visit KidsMatter.

Battle of the Bands Applications are Open for the IPEF Fall Back to School Bash

Calling all students who play in bands! District 204 student musicians are encouraged to participate for a chance to win $1,000 in prizes when the Indian Prairie Educational Foundation hosts a Battle of the Bands on August 25 as part of its 30th Anniversary Celebration. Eight student bands will be selected to compete. Details and the application are available at Battle of the Bands.


Graduation Streamed Live

Commencement ceremonies for all three high schools will take place on Sunday, May 27, 2018 at the NIU Convocation Center in DeKalb. Metea Valley is at 10 am, Waubonsie Valley is at 2 pm, and Neuqua Valley is at 6 pm. If you are attending, please note that you will need to allow extra travel time or may want to select an alternate route as Reagan Memorial Tollway is under construction. For those who are unable to attend the ceremonies, the Media Departments from Waubonsie, Metea, and Neuqua will be broadcasting the graduation ceremonies live on the web. We will carry all three graduation ceremonies in their entirety at http://www.visionfriendly.com/sd204/.


Thursday, May 17, 2018

The Valley Runway - Donate Your Old Prom Gown and Accessories

Lady Wildcats…..
Do you have a prom dress that you aren’t going to wear anymore?  Please donate your clean, gently used 1-2 year old prom gown and accessories to girls in need for Spring 2019 distribution!
Donations will be accepted on Thursday, May 24, 2018 in the Gymnasium.  Bring your dresses and accessories anytime from 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 


Don’t have a prom dress to donate but would still like to help out?  Sponsor a dress!  Monetary donations will also be accepted!


2018-2019 Course Verification Will Open On Saturday

Dear Wildcat Families,

It is that time of year for students in the Class of 2019, 2020 and 2021 to review their course requests for 2018-2019 school year.

Class of 2019, 2020 and 2021: The Request Tab in HAC will be turned on at 8 am this Saturday (5/19) for your review. Use the schedule link and scroll to the bottom of the page. You will be able to view the courses your student will take next year; it is not your student’s daily schedule. The finalized schedule will be viewable in mid-August through HAC.

Class of 2022: The middle schools will distribute a paper copy for your review later this week. The high school request link is not available in your HAC. The paper copy will provide the courses your student will take next year; it is not your student’s daily schedule. The finalized schedule will be viewable in mid-August through HAC and distributed at Freshman Wildcat Welcome, August 7th.

Important Information regarding Course review:

  • ERROR – If there is an error in your course requests: (e.g. should have Physics but have Biology) contact your counselor immediately.
  • ELECTIVE COURSE CHANGE REQUEST – Requests may be submitted the week of May 21 – May 25. This is a firm deadline. Submitted change requests will be processed on a seat available basis. Instructions are located at this link: https://nvhsguidance.weebly.com/
  • Level placements in core classes were completed on January 31st and will not be part of the change request process at NV. Please contact the appropriate department chair if there is a need to discuss a level placement in a core course if there has been a change in your student's life that might impact her or his academy journey.
Please be aware that several elements affect course availability. New enrollments, schedule changes due to summer school coursework and course balancing for reasonable class sizes are some of the factors that must be taken into account. Our goal is to have each of our students in the classes they requested for next year! Any questions, contact your assigned Class House.


Wednesday, May 16, 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 Sunday, May 20, 2018, weather permitting, a weed control application will be applied to Athletic Fields at Neuqua Valley High School. The application will be a “Post-Emergent Weed control”. 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