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2015-2016
Elk Grove High School
Table of Contents
Student Services Contact List.............................................................................3
Developmental Counseling Calendar...................................................................3
Counselors...........................................................................................................4
Graduation Requirements....................................................................................5
Administrative Staff..............................................................................................6
Bell Schedule and Days off..................................................................................7
Teacher E-mail and Phone Numbers............................................................... 8-9
School Map........................................................................................................ 10
Infinite Campus Instructions......................................................................... 11-29
Saturday Success Academy........................................................................ 30-31
Yearbook Photos................................................................................................32
Resource Information.........................................................................................33
School Suppy List..............................................................................................33
Active Parenting........................................................................................... 34-35
Social Wellness Groups.....................................................................................36
Clubs and Organizations/Sports.................................................................. 36-37
Frequently Asked Questions..............................................................................37
Core Counseling Calendar........................................................................... 38-41
iPad FAQs...........................................................................................................42
iPad Guidelines..................................................................................................43
iPad Protection Plan..................................................................................... 44-45
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Student Services
Contact Numbers
Developmental
Counseling Calendar
2015/2016
September-Support Group
sign-up through 1st hour
All Numbers Begin with 847-718Assistant Principal, Student Services
Valerie Norris.........................................4422
September 8 & 9, 2015
Senior Counseling Curriculum
Counselors
Ruby Aleman.........................................4449
September 15 & 16, 2015 /
March 8, 2016
Freshman Counseling Curriculum
(Speaks Spanish)
Heather DeCook....................................4451
Scott Deutsch........................................4453
Steve Gordon........................................4454
Anna Foecking......................................4448
Maria Mroz............................................4450
September 29 & 30, 2015 /
Sophomore Counseling Curriculum
(Speaks Spanish)
Deb Ohler..............................................4516
October 20 & 21, 2015 /
March 12, 2016 /
May 2016
Junior Counseling Curriculum
(Speaks Spanish)
Alex Sanchez........................................4607
(Speaks Spanish)
Department Secretary
Barb Jacobus........................................4422
November 2015
Yellow Ribbon Week/Peer Helpers
College/Career Counselor
Paul Genovese......................................4441
November 5-11, 2015
Freshmen Course Selection
College/Career Assistant
Steven Quaglia......................................4442
November 16-20, 2015
Sophomore Course Selection
Specialists
Nurse, Kathie Sczepanski.....................4473
Psychologist, Marla Carson..................4577
Psychologist, Sean Mulcrone...............4457
Social Worker, Sandra Bisinger�����������4452
Social Worker,
Katherine “Kasia” Paplinski.................4479
November 30-December 4, 2015
Junior Course Selection
May 2016
Red Ribbon Week
(Drug/Alcohol Awareness)
(Speaks Spanish)
Deans
Suzanne Eytel (last names M-Z)����������4406
Dean (last names A-L)..........................4405
March-May 2016
Sophomore Career Units
Attendance
Last names A-L....................... 4401 or 4402
Last Names M-Z...................... 4403 or 4404
(Please have student’s ID number)
April 5, 2016
Dist. 214 College Fair @ Harper
Latino Family Liaison
David Maya...........................................4778
May 2016
Future Plans Survey/Seniors
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Elk Grove High School 2015-2016
Counselor Caseload Alignment
Student Last name:
FRESHMEN
A-Cl
Co-Go
Gra-L
M-Patel
Pati-Sch
Sci-Z
ELL A-L
ELL M-Z
(CLASS OF 2019)
Steve Gordon
Anna Foecking
Deb Ohler
Maria Mroz
Heather DeCook
Scott Deutsch
Ruby Aleman
Alex Sanchez
718-4454
718-4448
718-4516
718-4450
718-4451
718-4453
718-4449
718-4607
SOPHOMORES (CLASS OF 2018)
A-Con
Steve Gordon
718-4454
Coo-Gon
Anna Foecking
718-4448
Gop-Lin
Deb Ohler
718-4516
Lo-Pan
Maria Mroz
718-4450
Pap-Sa
Heather DeCook
718-4451
Sc-Z
Scott Deutsch
718-4453
ELL A-L Ruby Aleman
718-4449
ELL M-Z Alex Sanchez
718-460
JUNIORS (CLASS OF 2017)
A-Ci
Steve Gordon
Cj-Gou
Anna Foecking
Goy-L
Deb Ohler
M-Pe
Maria Mroz
Ph-Se
Heather DeCook
Sh-Z
Scott Deutsch
ELL A-L
Ruby Aleman
ELL M-Z
Alex Sanchez
SENIORS (CLASS OF 2016)
A-Cl
Steve Gordon
Co-Ge
Anna Foecking
Gh-Lam
Deb Ohler
Lan-Oro
Maria Mroz
Ort-Sc
Heather DeCook
Se-Z
Scott Deutsch
ELL A-L
Ruby Aleman
ELL M-Z
Alex Sanchez
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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS*
Class of 2019
*Although these are the requirements to graduate from EGHS, additional courses may be required for college
admission.
In order to receive a diploma from a District 214 high school, a student must:
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earn 4.0 units of credit in English;
earn 3.0 units of credit in mathematics including: 1 unit of algebra 1 {algebra 60, 61, 62 and 63, or 70 and 71, or 80
and 81, or 90 and 91} and 1 unit of geometry {64 and 65, or 72 and 73, or 82 and 83 or 92 and 93; and one unit of
advanced math 66 and 67, 74 and 75, 84 and 85 or 94 and 95).
earn 2.0 units of credit in science;
earn 3.0 units of credit in social science;
earn 1.0 unit of credit in the career and technical education program or the world language program (including
American Sign Language);
earn 0.5 unit of credit in health education;
earn 0.25 unit of credit in physical education for each semester of attendance in District 214 except the semester
the student is enrolled in health;
earn 0.25 unit of credit by passing the course Driver Education Classroom (965) that includes 30 hours of
classroom instruction. This requirement can be met with credit through the successful completion of a commercial
driver education program or waived with credit for students possessing a valid Illinois driver’s license;
pass a course(s) that meets the fine arts requirement (see Fine Arts requirement)
pass an examination covering the federal and state constitutions, the Declaration of Independence, and flag
etiquette;
meet the consumer education requirement (see Consumer Education Requirement);
enroll in a D214 school as a full-time student (2.75 credits) for at least one semester (for transfer students);
take the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) or, if eligible, the Dynamic
Learning Maps (DLM); and
earn a minimum of 21.0 units of academic credit.
The Consumer Education Requirement*
Students meet the consumer education graduation requirement by:
Passing one of the following courses:
(793)
AP Economics- Micro/Macro (full year)
(560)
Introduction to Business (full year)
(771 & 772)
Sociology 1 and (772) Sociology 2 (full year)
(621)
Personal Finance (1 semester)
(660)
Interrelated Career Education 1 (ICE) (Full Year)
Fine Arts Requirement*
Elk Grove High School offers the following course s that meet the fine arts graduation requirement:
101
122
125
126/644
150
154
163
177
Art (full year)
Photography 1 (1 semester)
Art Survey (1 semester)
Graphic Art Design (full year)
Beginning Choir (full year)
Treble Choir (full year)
Vocal Ensemble (full year)
Concert Band 1 (full year)
178
179
180
183
184
855
857
*Course Offerings vary based on enrollment
Revised 2/15
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Symphonic Band (full year)
Concert Orchestra (full year)
Jazz Band (full year)
Orchestra (full year)
Guitar (full year)
Dance (1 semester)
Orchesis (full year)
Administrative Staff 2015-2016
Paul Kelly, Principal
[email protected]
Megan Knight, Associate Principal
Instruction, PE & Health
847-718-4413 [email protected]
Kyle Burritt, Associate Principal
Operations & Career Tech Education & Drivers Ed
847-718-4413 [email protected]
Robert Murphy, Assistant Principal,
Activities and Athletics
847-718-4420 [email protected]
Valerie Norris, Assistant Principal
Student Services
847-718-4422 [email protected]
DIVISION HEADS
Kyle Burritt
CTE/Drivers Ed
[email protected]
Assistant: Paula Lorch
847-718-4503
Megan Knight
P.E./Health
[email protected]
Assistant: Paula Lorch
847-718-4503
Wendy Relich
English/Fine Arts
[email protected]
English/Fine Arts Assistant: Laura Shrout
847-718-4462
Chris Rugg
Math &Science
[email protected]
Math/Science Assistant: Kristina Westmoreland
847-718-4488
Tim Phillips
World Language/Social Science/ELL
847-718-4468 [email protected]
World Language/Social Science/ELL Assistant:
Patricia Hartwig
847-718-4469
Adam Clayton
Special Education
[email protected]
Special Education Assistant: Deb Marsillo
847-718-4478
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ELK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL
2015 - 2016 BELL SCHEDULE
1ST DAY OF CLASS – Wednesday, August 26, 2015
LAST DAY OF CLASS - Friday, June 10, 2016
REGULAR SCHOOL SCHEDULE
ZERO HOUR
7:10 8:00
PERIOD 1
8:10 9:05
PERIOD 2
9:10 10:00
PERIOD 3
10:05 10:55
PERIOD 4 Lunch
11:00 11:50
PERIOD 5 Lunch
11:55 12:45
PERIOD 6 Lunch
12:50 1:40
PERIOD 7
1:45 2:35
PERIOD 8
2:40 3:30
THURSDAY SCHEDULE
Professional Development
7:40 9:00
PERIOD 1
9:05 9:49
PERIOD 2
9:54 10:38
PERIOD 3
10:43 11:27
PERIOD 4 Lunch
11:32 12:16
PERIOD 5 Lunch
12:21 1:05
PERIOD 6 Lunch
1:10 1:54
PERIOD 7
1:59 2:42
PERIOD 8
2:47 3:30
EARLY DISMISSAL SCHEDULE
ZERO HOUR
7:10 8:00
PERIOD 1
8:10 8:58
PERIOD 2
9:03 9:45
PERIOD 3
9:50 10:32
PERIOD 4 Lunch
10:37 11:20
PERIOD 5 Lunch
11:25 12:08
PERIOD 6 Lunch
12:13 12:56
PERIOD 7
1:01 1:43
PERIOD 8
1:48 2:30
SCHOOL DISMISSED AT 2:30 P.M.
(Dates: 12/18/15 – 03/18/16 – 06/03/16)
Student Non-Attendance Days
August 24 and 25, 2015
September 7, 2015
September 14, 2015
September 23, 2015
October 12, 2015
November 2, 2015
November 25, 26, 27, 2015
December 21, 2015 through January 1, 2016
January 18, 2016
January 25, 2016
February 15, 2016
March 21 through March 25, 2016
April 4, 2016
May 30, 2016
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Revised 04/13/15
Published Bell Schedule
Teacher E-mail and Phone Numbers
All phone extensions begin with 847-718-number
All District email begins with: first name.last [email protected]
Last Name
AGUILAR-IANNOTTI
ALEMAN
ALPERIN
AREY
ASMUSSEN
BAKER
BARAN
BARNUM
BARRY
BEYNA
BIERNACKI
BIGING
BISINGER
BLANKE
BOCZAR
BOHNENKAMP
BOTTIGLIERI
BOYLE
BROWN
BUCCIARELLI
BUCCIARELLI
BUJDEI
BURKE
BURRIER
BURRITT
BUSH
CAPPELEN
CARLSON
CARSON
CASTRO
CATT
CAVAZOS
CIRRINCIONE
CLAYTON
CONLON
COTE´
CURTIS
D'ALESSANDRO
DARNALL
DAVISSON
DE COOK
DELZER
DEUTSCH
DOMPKE
DUSELL
EICHSTAEDT
EYTEL
FERENCZ
FIORITO
FISHER
FLETCHER
FOECKING
FROESCHLE
FURMAN
GENOVESE
GIERMAN
GLOSSON
GORDON
GUIMON
GUTH
GUTH
HEINTZ
HENG
HORWATH
IZENSTARK
IZZO
JANU
JOHNSON
JOHNSON
JORDAN
KAHLER
KALE
KALKOUNOS
KELLY
KEZIOS
KHOURY
KIM
KLAUS
KLOSTER-PREUSS
KNIGHT
KOPKOWSKI (MAGNO)
KURA
LARSON
LAVANO
LEE
LEE
LEIBFORTH
LESNIAK
First Name
JENNIFER
RUBY
GARY
JAMES
RYAN
LUCAS
AMANDA
CHRISTINA
RACHEL
TERRY
BRIAN
CAROL
SANDRA
CARYN
THOMAS
MATTHEW
JOHN
PAMELA
MAURA
BRIAN
LINDSAY
PERSIDA
AMY
DEAN
KYLE
JOSEPH
DIANA
JEREMY
MARLA
RICARDO
SARAH
CHUCK
CHRISTOPHER
ADAM
MEGAN
PAMELA
MELISSA
CINDY
CLIFF
DANIEL
HEATHER
CORINNE
SCOTT
DAVID
KATIE
MARIA
SUZANNE
DAWN
RONALD
KRISTEN
KIRSTEN
ANNA
CHAD
ANTHONY
PAUL
KRISTEN
KRISTA
STEVE
LESLIE
JENNIFER
KRISTEN
MARK
AMI
SHARON
ANDREA
ANNA
BRUCE
CAROL
DAVID
REBECCA
BRAD
BONNIE
EFFIE
PAUL
STEPHANIE
MARY BETH
JOYCE
DANIEL
DONNA
MEGAN
ANNIE
KEITH
MARY
COURTNEY
BRIAN
SANDRA
ROBERT
STEVEN
Ext.
4581
4449
4720
4665
4586
4672
4700
4640
4662
4519
4722
4425
4452
4637
4445
4780
4466
4589
4500
4694
4604
4655
4658
4689
4412
4718
4691
4638
4577
4584
4499
4587
4759
4734
4686
4601
4772
4716
4602
4451
4725
4453
4639
4507
4481
4406
4590
4498
4430
4688
4448
4615
4509
4441
4783
4656
4454
4727
4724
4592
4600
4679
4533
4690
4767
4641
4642
4591
4492
4588
4687
4410
4717
4643
4593
4669
4723
4414
4738
4789
4594
4667
4750
5866
4605
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STUDENT SERVICES
M/S
SS/WL/ELL
E/FA
DRIVERS ED
SPECIAL EDUCATION
M/S
M/S
P.E./HEALTH
M/S
ASSESSMENT
STUDENT SERVICES
M/S
M/S
SS/WL/ELL
E/FA
CTE
E/FA
SPECIAL EDUCATION
SS/WL/ELL
M/S
M/S
SS/WL/ELL
ADMINISTRATION
SS/WL/ELL
SS/WL/ELL
M/S
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SS/WL/ELL
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SS/WL/ELL
ADMINISTRATION
SS/WL/ELL
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SS/WL/ELL
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STUDENT SERVICES
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STUDENT SERVICES
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LIBRARY
ADMINISTRATION
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E/FA
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SS/WL/ELL
STUDENT SERVICES
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P.E./HEALTH
STUDENT SERVICES
SS/WL/ELL
M/S
STUDENT SERVICES
SS/WL/ELL
P.E./HEALTH
E/FA
SS/WL/ELL
M/S
SS/WL/ELL
CTE
SS/WL/ELL
SS/WL/ELL
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M/S
E/FA
TECHNOLOGY
E/FA
SS/WL/ELL
MAIN OFFICE
SS/WL/ELL
M/S
E/FA
P.E./HEALTH
P.E./HEALTH
ADMINISTRATION
M/S
P.E./HEALTH
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SPECIAL EDUCATION
P.E./HEALTH
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P.E./HEALTH
SS/WL/ELL
Department
Art
Counseling
Science
Social Science
English
Drivers Ed.
Special Ed.
Science
Math
P.E./Athletic Director
Math
Assessment Director
Social Worker
Science
Science
Social Science
English
Technology Education Teacher
Music
Special Ed.
Social Science
Math
Math
World Language/ELL
Main Office APO
Social Science
World Language
Math
Pyschologist
World Language/ELL
Music
English
Social Science
Special Ed. Division Head
ELL
World Language
Social Science
Science
World Language/ELL
Social Science
Counseling
Special Ed.
Counseling
Math
Athletic Trainer
Library
Security/Dean
English
Music
Math and Business Ed.
World Language
Counseling
Business Ed.
P.E.
Counseling
Social Science
Science
Counseling
World Language
P.E./HEALTH
English
Social Science
Math
World Language
Business Ed.
World Language
Social Science
Math
Math
English
Tech System Supervisor
English
World Language
Principal
Social Science
Science
English
P.E./HEALTH
P.E.
Main Office API
Math
P.E.
English
Special Ed.
P.E.
English
Drivers Ed.
Social Science
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LIVAS
LO DESTRO
LOCH
LUDEWIG
MARTINEAU
MCGING
MCNEW
MERCHANTZ
MIKLUSAK
MILLIGAN
MOLBERGER
MORGAN
MORROW
MROZ
MULCRONE
MULLANEY
MURPHY
NOLTE
NORRIS
O'CONNOR
OHLER
OWEN
PACYK
PAPLINSKI
PATTIE
PERKINS
PFEIFFER
PHILLIPS
POKORNY
POLLEY
PRENDERGAST
RADAKOVITZ
RANDALL
RAPINCHUK
RELICH
RICCHETTI
RICE
RODHEIM
RODRIGUEZ
ROGERS
RUGG
RUIZ/BERGMAN
SAKEN
SANCHEZ
SANDER
SAYRE
SCALISE
SCZEPANSKI
SHEPARD
SIGMUND
SMITH
SMITH
SNOW
SNOW
SOHN
SONGER
STAVROPOULOS
STRAMA-LACNI
WALLOCH
WANG
WHALEN
WILSEY
WINTER
WNEK
WOLFE
WONG
YORMARK
ZDENOVEC
MATTHEW
IOANNA
QUINTEN
ERIN
LISA
PATRICK
TRISHA
WILLIAM
KIMBERLY
SEAN
KIMBERLY
JANIS
PAUL
MARIA
SEAN
COLLEEN
ROBERT
STEVE
VALERIE
RYAN
DEBRA
KATIE
CINDY
KATHERINE
ELEANOR
MELINDA
JAMES
TIM
LISA
STEPHEN
ALISSA
MICHAEL
JACQUELYN
LINDSEY
WENDY
ELISSA
COLIN
ALEXA
LISETTE
CHRISTOPHER
CHRIS
CARMEN
DANIEL
ALEXANDER
KIMBERLY
RITA
RALPH
KATHIE
ROBERT
JOHN
BRIANNE
CHRISTINE
MATTHEW
MIDGE
SHAE
GERRI
ALEX
STACY
THOMAS
PETER
JOSEPH
J. PATRICK
PHILIP
IZABELLA
JOSEPH
JONATHAN
BEATA
JEFF
4762
4651
4431
4465
4525
4632
4782
4730
4666
4650
4405
4485
4450
4457
4647
4418
4421
4663
4516
4476
4582
4479
4739
4606
4513
4468
4735
4675
4501
4670
4446
4461
4649
4531
4508
4580
4487
4692
4535
4607
4512
4616
4693
4473
4608
4721
4652
4609
4646
4703
4701
4654
4671
4660
4657
4459
4659
4736
4636
4477
4633
4653
4426
M/S
SS/WL/ELL
M/S
CTE
E/FA
CTE
M/S
CTE
E/FA
SS/WL/ELL
M/S
ADMINISTRATION
CMA
STUDENT SERVICES
STUDENT SERVICES
M/S
ADMINISTRATION
P.E./HEALTH
ADMINISTRATION
M/S
STUDENT SERVICES
SPECIAL EDUCATION
E/FA
STUDENT SERVICES
M/S
SS/WL/ELL
STUDENT SERVICES
ADMINISTRATION
SS/WL/ELL
DRIVERS ED
E/FA
P.E./HEALTH
E/FA
SPECIAL EDUCATION
ADMINISTRATION
M/S
M/S
E/FA
P.E./HEALTH
M/S
ADMINISTRATION
SS/WL/ELL
SS/WL/ELL
STUDENT SERVICES
CTE
E/FA
SS/WL/ELL
STUDENT SERVICES
SS/WL/ELL
P.E./HEALTH
M/S
M/S
E/FA
M/S
SPECIAL EDUCATION
SPECIAL EDUCATION
M/S
P.E./HEALTH
M/S
M/S
CTE
M/S
M/S
E/FA
SPECIAL EDUCATION
CTE
M/S
CTE
Science
Social Science
Science
Family Consumer Science
English
Technology/PLTW
Science
NIMS Manufacturing
English
Social Science
Math
Security/Dean
Building-Grounds Supervisor
Counseling
Psychologist
Math
Asst. Prin. Athletic/Activities
P.E.
Asst. Principal Student Services
Math
Counseling
SPECIAL EDUCATION
Art
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ELK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL
Campus Portal for Parents and Students
The Portal web address https://ic.d214.org/campus/portal/township_214.jsp.
Image 1: Campus Parent Portal
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Accessing the Portal
The Portal can be accessed by parents of enrolled students. Parents will see all children in their
household, or students that are related. Students can also be given access to the Portal, but
they will only be able to access their own information.
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Access to the Campus Portal
Accessibility to various screens described in this guide is determined by the school or district. Access for
one school or building may vary from access for another school within the same district. Some tabs and
features may not be available for some users.
The following provides a summary of the areas that may be visible, depending on the district. Some areas
may not be available.
The Portal is also available as an app for Android, iPhones, iPads and iPad Touch devices. Select the
appropriate application button from the Portal Family Messages page to download the app and view
student grades, attendance and assignments.
Navigating the Campus Portal
Once logged in, an index of accessible information for the household as a whole is listed in the navigation
pane located on the left hand side of the screen. Sign Out and Home buttons appear in the top right
corner of the screen, with the Name of the individual logged into the Portal appearing next to these
buttons. Clicking the Home button will take the user back to the homepage seen upon signing in. This
page contains the Family and User Account sections of the navigation pane. When a user first logs in the
Messages tab located in the Family section is selected.
Use the Select Student drop down in the top left of the screen to view all of the students a user has
rights to view and select a student to view Portal information for that student only. Only students with an
enrollment in the current year or an enrollment next year will display in the list.
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Students can be enrolled in multiple calendars or schools. When this is the case, another dropdown
menu will indicate which enrollment information is currently being viewed and will allow the user to view
the information from other enrollments in the current year.
When signed in as a parent, the Family and User Account navigation panes appear on the left side of
the screen. When a student is selected in the Select Student option, an information section specific to
that student will appear above the Family section in the navigation pane. The tabs in the Family section
apply to all students to which that user has rights. For example, when accessing the Calendar tab from
the Family section, a calendar will display assignments, day events and attendance for all of the students,
whereas when accessing the Calendar tab from the student section, only information specific to that
student will appear on the calendar.
External links, located at the bottom of the navigation panes, often lead to school or district websites and
open in a separate browser window to increase the security of the Campus Portal.
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If you select User Account you can update your email and preferences for portal notifications.
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Portal Languages
The Portal is available in four languages:
English
Spanish
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
Users can select which option best fits their needs by clicking on the hyperlink of the preferred language
on the sign-in page or at the bottom of the Campus Portal after logging in. Selecting a language will
display all navigation tab labels and non-student/school specific content into the chosen language.
Custom tabs are not translated.
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Creating Portal Accounts for Parents
Parents may need assistance creating their Portal accounts. If a parent has not created an account do
the following:
Go to the Search tab and the Household dropdown
Enter the name of the parent and click Go. Locate the correct household and click on the appropriate
guardian.
On the Demographic tab you will see the following information.
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Locate the Person GUID
You can then go to the Parent Portal for Infinite Campus
https://ic.d214.org/campus/portal/township_214.jsp
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Click on the Help button then choose the option below
If you have been assigned a Campus Portal Activation Key, click here
Enter the Person GUID from Infinite Campus from the previous step and click Submit.
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Allow the parent to enter a username and password and click Create Account.
The following screen will be displayed and the parent will be able to access the Parent Portal.
If an error occurs you will want to check to see if an account had been previously created and use the
“Changing Passwords for Parents” procedures.
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Changing Passwords for Parents
Parents may call and ask that their password be reset. Here are the steps for Portal accounts that have
already been created and need a password reset.
Go to the Search tab and the User dropdown
Enter the name of the parent and click Go.
You should see the Parent / Guardian name and then a username which is in bold.
Click on the Username in bold. Change the password to “parent” and check the box “Force Password
Change” then click the Save button.
Let the parent know their new password is “parent” and that they will be prompted to change their
password when they log in again.
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Campus Mobile Portal for Parents and Students
Parents and students can now access their Campus Portal information on Android and iOS devices using
the Campus Mobile Portal app.
Where to Download the Campus Mobile Portal App
The Campus Mobile Portal can be downloaded through the Apple App Store, Google Play Store or
Amazon Appstore.
How to Sign In
In order to connect your device to our district’s Infinite Campus server, you need to enter our District ID.
Our District ID
XKTDKL
Continue by entering your username and password you use on the web portal.
If you need help with your username or password, contact your school. If you forget the District ID, login
to the web portal and click on the image below the Inbox:
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Student Information
Schools can choose to display the following information on the Mobile Portal:
iOS
Android
Planner
View today's schedule and assignments due for each class
Assignments
Browse your assignments by specific class or due date.
Attendance
Review attendance events in summary and detail form.
Grades
Know your grades now. Forget about end-of-term report cards to know how
you're doing.
Not
available
in iOS
Schedule (Android Only)
Check your schedule from anywhere, at any time.
Food Service
Check your account balance. Available in districts using Campus Food Service
Inactive areas?
Disabled areas will appear as inactive menu items (grayed out) in the Mobile app (See images
1 and 2). Districts and schools can choose which items to enable, so different information may be
available for students in different schools.
Be aware that schools may temporarily turn off menu items like grades or schedules during the
summer or at the end of grading periods. If you have issues or concerns with the information in these
areas, contact your school.
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Multiple Children
To view information for multiple children, select the name of the student currently displayed and a list
of other possible children displays. Select the desired child from that list.
Only one account can be logged into the Mobile Portal at a time. If you have more than one Campus
Portal account to view student information, consider contacting the school or district to combine the
accounts into one. If you have multiple children in different districts, portal accounts cannot be
combined.
Image 4: iOS Student Selection
Image 5: Android Student Selection
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Notifications
Notifications alert you to a change in your student's data. An alert is sent (if your school has turned on
the Notification option) for attendance changes, grade postings and assignment scores. Your device
will receive alerts as changes occur.
The images below show an example of notifications appearing on an iOS device:
Image 6: iOS Notification - Unlocked Screen
Image 7: iOS Notification - Locked Screen
Users will receive a notification for the following events:
Type of
Notification
Notification Event
Assignment
An assignment has been scored.
An assignment is marked as missing.
An assignment is marked as late.
An assignment is marked Incomplete.
An assignment is marked Cheated.
An assignment is marked Exempt.
Grades
A grade is posted/modified.
Attendance
Any time the student is marked tardy or absent.
Any time the student has an attendance mark modified from its original value (i.e., student
was changed from tardy to absent, absent to present, etc).
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Refreshing Data
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A manual refresh of data can be done by selecting the refresh button in the upper left corner of the
screen (Android) or bottom left corner in the menu (iOS) while connected to a network.
For iOS users, updates occur automatically every 15 minutes when you are logged into the app. If you
close the app or are not logged into the app, there is no refresh that occurs and notifications are not
sent.
For Android users, a manual refresh is required, or log out of the app and log back in.
Image 9: Refreshing Data in Android
Image 8: Refreshing Data in iOS
Data Storage
Data is stored on your device. The data you see in the app is stored locally on your device for offline
use. When you log out of the app, data is removed. It is recommended a password or other form of
security to access your device is used.
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Troubleshooting
If you are having issues with the app, try rebooting the device first to see if that corrects the issue. You
can also uninstall and re-install the app.
Issue and Description
Possible Solutions
Cannot click on or access
certain menu items.
Disabled areas will appear as inactive menu items in the Mobile app
(See images 1 and2). Districts and schools can choose which items to enable,
so different information may be available for students in different schools.
Be aware that schools may temporarily turn off options like grades or
schedules during the summer or at the end of grading periods.
Could not authenticate user.
Your username and password 
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do not match a valid user
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account.
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Could not complete data
retrieval.
Verify your username and password are correct.
Reenter the District ID.
If the password changed in the Campus Portal, change it on the app as well.
Districts sometimes force a password change. Log into the Campus Portal and
reenter the login credentials.
You username and/or password may have been disabled. Contact your school
for a reset.
Connect to a network and try again.
You may not be connected to a
network.
District ID is not recognized.
The 6-digit code you entered 
when accessing the app may 
be incorrect.
Verify the entered District ID is correct.
Connect to a network.
The cloud service validating your District ID is down. Try again later.
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Hey Grenadiers…
-Need help with School Work?
-Want to improve your grades?
..Saturday Success Academy
may be just what you need!
We have teachers on duty ready and able to help with homework, projects,
and overall skill development.
There is no cost!
All Saturday School Times are:
8:30 am – 11:30 am in the EG Library, Entrance 30
First Quarter
Third Quarter
September 19th
September 26th
October 17th
October 24th
February 6th
February 20th
February 27th
March 5th
March 12th
Second Quarter
Fourth Quarter
November 7th
November 14th
November 21st
December 12th
January 9th
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May 7th
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Hola Granaderos…
-¿Necesitas ayuda con los trabajos escolares?
-¿Quieres mejorar tus grados?
..¡La academia de tutoría del sábado podría
ser lo que necesitas!
Tenemos maestros trabajando, listos y dispuestos a ayudar con tareas,
proyectos, y también para mejorar tus habilidades.
¡No hay costo alguno!
Los horarios de Escuela los Sábados son los
siguientes:
8:30am – 11:30am en la librería de EGHS, entrada 30
Primer Trimestre
Tercer Trimestre
19 de septiembre
26 de septiembre
17 de octubre
24 de octubre
6 de febrero
20 de febrero
27 de febrero
5 de marzo
12 de marzo
Segundo Trimestre
Cuarto Trimestre
7 de noviembre
14 de noviembre
21 de noviembre
12 de diciembre
9 de enero
9 de abril
16 de abril
7 de mayo
14 de mayo
21 de mayo
4 de junio
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9 , 10 , 11 Grade Yearbook Photos
(2015-2016)
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YEARBOOK PHOTOS: Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will take their yearbook pictures in the
gym on Tuesday, September 8th from 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. during their P.E./Health/Dance classes.
MAKE-UPS/RETAKES: Students who are absent on the 8th, or students who want to retake their photo,
should report to the New Foyer Conference Room during lunch hours (11:00 a.m. – 1:40 p.m.) on
Tuesday, October 20th to get their pictures taken. Students getting retakes should bring their original
picture packages with them on this day.
Please know that students do not have to pay to take a photo for the yearbook. We would like to
have every student in the yearbook this year!
Class of 2016 Senior Portraits
With in the next few weeks, ALL seniors will receive a brochure from Stuart-Rodgers Photography about senior
portraits. All seniors will receive a password to schedule their own appointments online for Option 1 or Option 2
below.
Option 1: Scheduling a Senior Portrait session at the Stuart-Rodgers Mt. Prospect Studio. Pictures will be taken
in their Mt. Prospect office 66-76 E. Northwest Hwy, Mt. Prospect IL 60056 during June, July & August. If you
have any questions about scheduling your appointment, please call their toll free number 877-929-0006.
Depending upon the sitting you select, you may have different clothing changes and different background options.
All sitting information is available online at www.srphoto.com, as well as in the brochure.
Option 2: Sittings at Elk Grove High School in September. There will be a time in September where StuartRodgers will be at Elk Grove High School. They will offer the yearbook and standard sitting for students who do
not have transportation to the Mt. Prospect office over the summer. You will be contacted by Stuart Rodgers with
the dates and times available for scheduling yourself, with your password, at a time that is convenient for you.
(Elk Grove will not be setting up any appointments. You must contact the studio number above.)
Option 3 would be: "Walk In" Yearbook Head shots ONLY at Elk Grove High School. Appointments are not
needed on this date; you can "Walk In". Stuart-Rodgers will be at the school on Tuesday, October 13th from
3:30pm-7:00pm, in the New Foyer Conference Room. Please note that this will ONLY be a yearbook sitting and
you will not receive image previews. A yearbook pose will be sent to the yearbook for you.
Dress Code: Gentlemen should wear a tie and suit jacket for their yearbook portraits. Ladies should
wear modest blouses, shirts, or sweaters – please no spaghetti straps, bare shoulders, or low-cut tops.
******Stuart-Rodgers is the official photographer for District 214; students must have a photo taken
by Stuart-Rodgers if they want to appear in the yearbook.******
Senior year is an important year – we would like to represent every EGHS senior in our book.
Wendy Relich
E/FA Division Head
(847) 718-4461
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Resource Information
Mastery Lab
Tutoring is available in the library from 7:30am-6:00pm Monday-Thursday and 7:30am-3: 30pm on
Fridays.
Technology Office Room 125
Questions about lost or broken iPads and Infinite Campus can be answered in this room, or by calling
847-718-4444 from 7:40am-3:40pm
Computer Lab Hours
Open Monday-Thursday 7:40am-4:15pm and Fridays 7:40-3:30pm or students who wish to use
desktop computers
Academic Assessment Resource Room 120
Students can make up exams or take reassessment exams in a quite location.
Open from 8:10am-4:30pm (3:30pm on Fridays)
Assessment Center Room 123
Information regarding PSAT, ACT, PARCC, and AP exams as well as test preparation courses can be
obtained in this room. Staff can be contacted at 847-718-4536, and students are encouraged to walk in
with questions from 7:40am-3:40pm.
School Supplies 2015-2016
In order to get off to a great start, students need to come to class prepared! Parents please encourage
your son/daughter to use their student planner for noting their assignments. (Student planners will be
distributed on the first day of school.)
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Assignment notebook (called the “Student Planner” - provided by school)
Backpack/Bag
Pencils
Pens
Highlighters
Pocket folders (one per class)
Loose-leaf paper
Post-it notes
Graphing calculator TI 84+ (Students should have their name engraved on their calculator in the
Math Office once school begins.)
One-piece swimsuit for PE class. Cotton t-shirts and shorts can be worn over the suit.
PE t-shirts must be worn to class and were paid for as part of the registration fees. They will be
distributed the first week of class.
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What’s up with Today’s Teens???
Wondering what happened to the child you thought you knew?
Come find out at an educational and supportive class:
ACTIVE PARENTING OF TEENS
In four sessions, parents will have the chance to learn how to guide their adolescent
through the choices and consequences that lead to healthy responsible adulthood.
Oct 13, 20, 27, Nov 3 2015
Four sessions on Tuesdays
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Elk Grove High School
In Room 104A
We hope that you can join us! To register for the class fill in the form below and drop it
off at the Elk Grove High School, Student Services office, attention: Sandy Bisinger,
School Social Worker.
You may also email [email protected] or call 847-718-4452.
The Class is Free!!!!!
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Active Parenting Registration form
Your name(s): _______________________________________________
Student name(s): _____________________________________________
Student’s ID #: ____________ Grade: (circle one) 8th 9
10
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Address: ___________________________________________________
___________________________________________________
Home phone:
Other phone: __________________
Email address: ______________________________________________
Please register by October 5, 2014
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¿Qué pasa con adolescentes hoy en día?
En cuatro sesiones , los padres tendrán la oportunidad de
aprender las técnicas específicas para guiar a su adolescente
utilizando métodos de comunicación y disciplina efectivos.
Durante estas sesiones pondremos atención especial en el
comportamiento de los jóvenes y como ellos interactuan
con los demás.
Una serie de cuatro sesiones
Los martes: 13, 20, 27 de octubre y 3 de noviembre
6:30 pm – 8:30 p.m.
En la biblioteca de Elk Grove High School
¡¡¡TALLERES GRATUITOS!!!
Para inscribirse llamen a 847-718-4479 o llenen la forma de abajo y entreguenla en Elk
Grove High School, Student Services, a Kasia Paplinski
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Nombre de Padre(s) _______________________________________________________
Nombre de su hijo/hija ____________________________________________________
Grado este año
Dirección
(círcule uno)
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Teléfono ______________________________
Teléfono celular ______________________
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Social Wellness Groups 2015-2016
ACTIVITIES/SPONSORS
ACTIVITY
African-American Club....................................Mr. Brian Lee
and Ms. Ton-E Dillard
Art Studio Club...........................................Ms. Cindy Pacyk
and Ms. Jennifer Aguilar
Auto Club.................................................. Mr. Jeff Zdenovec
Bass Fishing.................................................. Mr. Matt Snow
Best Buddies Program............................... Dr. Marla Carson
and Mr. Jim Pfieffer
Bollywood Dance Club............................ Mr. Steven Gordon
Cheerleading (Fall)............................. Ms. Danielle Damato
Chess Team..................................................Mr. Peter Wang
Choirs (Co-Curricular) ..................................Ms. Sarah Catt
Class Board (Freshmen) ..................... Ms. Ioanna LoDestro
Class Board (Juniors).................. Ms. Donna Kloster-Preuss
and Ms. Stacy Strama
Class Board (Seniors) ......................... Mr. Anthony Furman
Class Board (Sophomore)...................... Mr. Brian Biernacki
Color Guard (Fall)/Drill Team(Winter).........Ms. Nicole Fiorito
Cricket.......................................................... Mr. Robert Ray
Debate Team..................................... Mr. Matt Bohnenkamp
Drama Productions....................................Mr. Joseph Wolfe
Fall Play............................................ Mr. Chuck Cavazos
One Acts Plays...................................... Ms. Bonnie Kale
Variety Show.............................................Mr. Ron Fiorito
and Mr. Joe Gonzalez
Musical.................................................Mr. Joseph Wolfe
Theater Tech Crew.................................. Mr. Brad Kahler
and Joe Gonzalez
EG Hip Hop Club...................................... Mr. Scott Deustch
E.G. Magazine............................................Ms. Mary Larson
eSports Club.................................................Mr. Peter Wang
Film Club................................................. Mr. Bruce January
French Club.......................................... Ms. Kirsten Fletcher
Graphics Club...............................................Mr. Jay Whalen
GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)....................Ms. Dawn Ferencz
Mr. David Maya
Ms. Allisha Komala
Green Grens............................................. Mr. Steve Gordon
I.E. Speech Team................................... Mr. Chuck Cavazos
Intramural Sports .................................... Mr. Dan Windholz
Italian Club......................................................Ms. Anna Izzo
Japanese Exchange Program.......................Mr. Cliff Darnall
Jazz Band (Competitive) ...............................Mr. Ron Fiorito
Latino Leadership Club..............................Mr. Alex Sanchez
Leadership Council.......................................... Mr. Joe Bush
Marching Band (Competitive)........................Mr. Ron Fiorito
Math Team................................................Mr. Dave Johnson
National Honor Society............................. Mr. Scott Deutsch
Newspaper-Guardian..................................Ms. Mary Larson
NJROTC.........................................................Mr. Jeff Morse
Orchesis.............................................Ms. Lisette Rodriguez
Orchestra.................................................. Ms. Maura Brown
PALs Tutors.......................................Ms. Cindy D’Allesandro
and Ms. Rita Sayre
Peer Helpers.................................................. Ms. Deb Ohler
and Ms. Sandra Bisinger
Poms (Dance Team).........................Ms. Ashley Bonadonna
Relay for Life.................................................. Ms. Rita Sayre
Robotics........................................................Mr. Jay Whalen
Scholastic Bowl Team......................... Ms. Sue Montemayor
Shakespeare Club......................................... Ms. Rita Sayre
Skate Club..................................................... Mr. Matt Snow
Spanish Club...........................................Ms. Leslie Guimon
Ms. Pam Coté
Mr. Ricky Castro
Student Council...............................Ms. Cindy D’Alessandro
Write-On Club.............................................Ms. Mary Larson
Yearbook.................................................Ms. Lisa Martineau
Youth Circle 7............................................Ms. Gerri Songer
1) School Success Group
2) Women’s Health
3) Coping with Family Issues
4) Academic Stress & Success for
Honors & AP Students
5) Social Problem Solving/ Social Skills
6) Anger Management
7) Grief
8) Depression / Anxiety Management
9) Transfer Student Support Group
10)Boys Behavior Support Group
11)Post-Hospitalization Group
A variety of support groups may be offered
to our students in order to assist them
with specific issues and/or problems
that are interfering with their success in
high school. Each group meets once
a week, rotating periods 1-8 for 6-10
weeks. In the fall, students will be given
an opportunity to sign-up for these
groups. All students indicating they are
interested in participating in a group will be
interviewed by their counselor to determine
the most appropriate support group for
them. Parents will receive a letter from the
group leader informing them of their child’s
participation in a group.
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For more information, contact the activities
department at 847.718.4419
Frequently Asked Questions
DIRECTORS/SPONSORS
Assistant Principal Student Activities
Mr. Robert Murphy.......................................... 847-718-4418
1.What is a typical class load?
The school day consists of 8 periods. Students
generally enroll in 7 classes, plus lunch. Students
have the option of choosing an on-campus or
study hall period for their 7th class.
Athletic Director (Boys)............................Mr. Terry Beyna
Athletic Director (Girls)...................... Ms. Jackie Randall
Music.......................................................... Mr. Ron Fiorito
Drama............................................................Mr. Joe Wolfe
Division Head - English/Fine Arts....... Ms. Wendy Relich
Band Director................................................... Ron Fiorito
Choral Director.................................................. Sarah Catt
Orchestra Director....................................... Maura Brown
Dance Director...................................... Lisette Rodriguez
Athletics/Activities Assistant............... Deanna O’Malley
Athletics/Activities Assistant............................ Lyn Tracy
Student Council................................Cindy D’Allessandro
2.When may I take Driver’s Education?
This course is generally taken during the second
semester of sophomore or junior year. There are
age requirements that allow for older students to
take Driver’s Education first. Students may elect
to take Driver’s Education privately. Students must
have passed at least 8 classes in the previous
2 semesters to be eligible. Driver’s Education is
offered during summer school.
BOYS ATHLETICS
Baseball....................................................... Mr. Terry Beyna
Basketball............................................. Mr. Anthony Furman
Cross Country...........................................Mr. Dave Dompke
Football.................................................... Mr. John Sigmund
Golf...............................................................Mr. Mike Meyer
Gymnastics.......................................................Mr. Bill Watts
Soccer....................................................... Mr. Rob Shepard
Tennis.................................................Mr. Robert Lepkowski
Track......................................................Mr. Brian Bucciarelli
Swimming.......................................................Mr. Keith Kura
Volleyball.................................................. Mr. Dan Windholz
Water Polo......................................................Mr. Keith Kura
Wrestling....................................................... Mr. Dan Vargas
3. Should my student take a full-period study hall,
or a seventh class?
We recommend that all students consider the
following before selecting a class:
A. A seventh class allows students to explore
career options.
B. A study hall provides a structured time and
place for homework assignments, to make
up tests, and time for a student to see his/her
counselor.
4. How may my student see his/her counselor
privately?
Students are encouraged to come to the office
during lunch, open period, study hall or after
school. If his/her counselor is not present, they
may fill out a message sheet with the secretary.
GIRLS ATHLETICS
Badminton................................................... Mr. Matt Wrobel
Basketball................................................. Ms. Jennifer Guth
Bowling..........................................................................TBD
Cross Country.............................................. Mr. Mark Heintz
Golf...................................................... Ms. Kristen Gierman
Gymnastics................................................... Ms. Amy Burke
Soccer............................................................Mr. Dan Klaus
Softball.......................................................... Mr. Ken Grams
Swimming and Diving.....................................Mr. Dave Toler
Tennis...................................................... Ms. Kristen Fisher
Track.........................................................Mr. Dave Johnson
Volleyball............................................Ms. Stephanie Kezios
Water Polo..............................................Ms. Alexa Rodheim
Cheerleading (Competitive-Winter).... Ms. Danielle Damato
Poms (Dance Team).........................Ms. Ashley Bonadonna
Athletic Trainers..........................................Ms. Katie DuSell
5. What kind of support services are available?
There are several support groups offered during
the school day. Parents and students may contact
the counselor to access services by the school
psychologist and social worker.
6. Are there late afternoon buses for students
involved in sports and after-school activities?
Yes. Monday through Friday, buses leave at the
back entrance at 4:30pm and 6:00pm. Exceptions
are made during shorter days.
PARENT ACTIVITY
TEACHER PARENT COUNCIL
Grace LoBianco, President........... [email protected]
7. What courses are available in the summer?
Please consult the March Parent Newsletter for
a roster of courses. Generally, summer school
registration begins on April 1st. Students see their
counselor to register.
POST PROM
Mrs. Pam Leone..................................... [email protected]
GREN ATHLETIC BOOSTER COUNCIL (GAB)
Mr. Jeff Miceli - [email protected]
Mrs. Julie DiPietro - [email protected]att.net
Mrs. Mary Masnica - [email protected]
Mrs. Maureen Prochenski - [email protected]
Mr. Al Cloherty - [email protected]
Mrs. Carrie Klingler - [email protected]
Mrs. Deana Schrager - [email protected]
Mrs. Linda Weber - [email protected]
8. How do I obtain homework for my absent child?
For brief absences (3 days or less), please e-mail
individual teachers for homework. If your student
will be absent 10 days or more, please contact
the Student Services Secretary at 847-718-4422.
Homework requests may take 24 hours to fulfill.
INSTRUMENTAL LEAGUE (EGIMA)
Mrs. Debra Paris...................... [email protected]
CHORAL BOOSTERS
Mrs. Jenni Pacquer.................... [email protected]
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EGHS SCHOOL-WIDE CORE COUNSELING PROGRAM
SCHEDULE 2015-2016
Date
Periods/Time Classes/Rooms
Events/Students Served
August 19, 2015
7-9pm
Café/Theater/Bldg
Freshmen/Transfer Orientation
August 20, 2015
8:00-12:00
English Hall/Gym
Freshmen 101
Aug. 24 & 25, 2015
7:30-3:30 pm
EGHS
Institute Days
August 26, 2015
First Day of School
August 26, 2015
Special
Gym
PBIS Kickoff Guest Speaker: “Because I
said I Would”
August 26 & 27, 2015
All Day
Various Classrooms
Freshmen First Days
Begin Aug. 26, 2015
Indiv. Appts.
Counselor Offices
Sr. Post-Secondary Plans
Sept. 2, 2015
7pm
FVEC
UIUC Information Night
Sept. 2, 3, 4
All Day
Health Classes
ADAP Depression Program
Sept. 7, 14, and 23, 2015
Non-Attendance Days
Sept. 8, 2015
Sept 9, 2015
Pds 5-8
Pds 1-4
Sr. English
Sept. 9, 2015
6:00-7:00pm
Café
Familias Unidas #1/Kickoff
Sept. 9, 2015
7:00p-9:00p
EGHS Classrooms
Fall Parent/ Teacher Open House
Sept. 15, 2015
Sept. 16, 2015
Pds 5-8
Pds 1-4
Human Geo
Human Geo
Counseling Curriculum-Freshmen
Heather DeCook: Leader
th
September 18 -Oct. 9
th
College Knowledge Curriculum-Seniors
Topics: Info Sheet, Applications, and
Transcripts
Small groups with own counselor in Foyer Conf,
Stud. Serv., Deans Conf, 104A, CCC, Forum,
Theater
all class drops will show a “W” on transcript
September 20, 2015
Arts College Fair
1-3:30 pm
DePaul Theater School, Chicago
Sept. 26, 2015
11 am- 3 pm
Navy Pier
National College Fair
Sept. 29, 2015
6:00-8:30 pm
Forest View
Directions (Special Ed. College Fair)
Pds1-8
Pds1-8
Chemistry/Labs
Chemistry/Labs
Sophomore Transcript Check and Lewis
Sophomore Naviance (Cluster) Mini
Unit
Leaders: Anna Foecking and Deb Ohler
th
September 29
th
September 30
Visual and Performing
**October -National Bullying Awareness Month**
Oct. 8, 2015
7pm-8pm
EGHS Theater
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Senior Parent College Knowledge Night
Oct. 6, 2015
6:30-9:00 pm
EGHS
Career Night- Arts & Comm; Human
Services
Oct. 9, 2015
Harper
Harper Campus
Counselor Articulation
Oct. 12, 2015
Non-Attendance Day
Oct. 13 -End of semester
All student class drops result in WFs
October 13, 14, 15, 16
Lewis University
Sophomore College Visits with World
History
Oct. 13, 20, 27, & Nov. 3
6:30pm
104A & Library
Active Parenting Classes (English &
Spanish) Tuesdays
Oct. 15, 2015
7 pm
Forest View Theater
“So You Want to go to College” Seminar
th
th
For 9 and 10 Graders
Oct. 20 & 21, 2015
Periods 1-8
Jr. English Classes
Junior Naviance Career Unit
(Cluster)
Leader: Scott Deutsch
Oct. 20, 2015
5:30pm
Foyer Conf. Rm
Student Services Advisory Council
Oct. 27,28, 2015
All Periods
Sr. English
College Knowledge Forum w/ Mr.
Genovese
Oct. 28, 2015
6:30-9:00 pm
PHS
Career Night-Health & Natural Resource
November 3, 2015
All Day
Human Geo. Classes
Fresh. Course Selection Presentations
Nov. 4, 2015
5:00pm-9pm
EGHS Classrooms
Parent/Teacher Conferences
Nov. 5-11, 2015
Periods 1-8
Human Geo. Classes
Fresh. Course Selection
Nov. 11, 2015
6:30-9:00 pm
WHS
Career Night-Engineering & Business,
Corp. Industrial Tech
Nov. 13, 2015
All periods
Soph. Chem. Classes
Soph. Course Selection Presentations
Nov. 16-20, 2015
Periods 1-8
Soph. Chem. Classes
Soph. Course Selection
Nov. 16, 2015
7:00pm
Forest View Theater
Advising the Student Athlete
Nov. 20, 2015
Harper Latino Summit
Nov. 23, 2015
All periods
US History Classes
Nov. 25-27, 2015
Non-Attendance Days GOBBLE GOBBLE!
Nov. 30-Dec. 4, 2015
Periods 1-8
US History Classes
Junior Course Selection
Dec. 3, 2015
7 pm
Forest View
“Ask the College” Night (11 /12 grade)
December 8, 2015
7 pm
Forest View Theater
District 214 Financial Aid Meeting
Parents
Dec. 10, 2016
8:00am
Theater
Senior Mandatory Grad Meeting
Cap and Gown Ordering
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Junior Course Selection Presentations
th
th
th
th
**December 16 courses for current 9-11 grade for 15-16 school year will be finalized in IC**
Dec. 19- Jan. 3, 2016
Winter Break
January 4-15, 2016
Sr. English
Financial Aid/Scholarships w/ Mr.
Genovese
Jan. 18, 2016
Non-Attendance Day
Jan. 20, 2016
7pm-9pm
Jan. 22, 2016
End of Semester One
Jan 25, 2016
Institute Day
Jan. 26, 2016
7:30 am
Field House
Second Semester Schedule Distribution
January, 27, 28, 29
10:00-1:00
CCCenter
Cynthia Padilla FAFSA Completion
Jan. 30, 2016
8 am-3pm
EGHS Cafeteria
Class of 2020 Course Selection Day
Feb 2, 2016
6:30 or 7:45pm WHS
FAFSA Completion Night
Feb 3, 4, 5, 2016
10:00-1:00
Cynthia Padilla FAFSA Completion
Feb. 3, 4, 5,
Health Classes
ADAP Depression Program
Feb. 4, 2016
Late Arrival
PLT “Second Look” Placement Day
Feb. 5, 2016
Gym
PBIS/Winter Pep Assembly
Café/Foyer/Gym
CCCenter
Class of 2020 Information Night
***February 5, 2016 Course Selections Completed for the 2016-17 school year Class of 2020***
Feb, 9, 2016
5:30pm
Feb. 17-March 8
All class drops result in “W’s”
Feb. 15, 2016
Non-Attendance Day
Feb 23 & 24, 2016
Pds 1-8
th
March 9 -End of semester
Foyer Conf. Room
Theater
Student Services Advisory Council
th
Signs of Suicide (SOS)-9 graders
th
8 hour Band Room
All class drops result in “WF’s”
March 8, 2016
Pds 1-8
Human Geo
Fresh. Counselor Mtg- Future Planning
Leader: Heather DeCook
March 1-11, 2016
Pds 1-8
Jr. English Classes
College Palooza: Promo
March 12, 2016
9:00-12:20pm
Labs/Café/Theater
College Palooza: The College
Explosion!
March 12, 2016
9:00-12:20pm
Labs/Café/Theater
College Palooza: The Spanish
Explosion! En Espanol
March 14-18, 2016
1-8
Soph. English Classes Sophomore Career Units
March 16, 2016
7pm
FVEC-Theater
Financial Aid Information-Juniors
March 21-25, 2016
Spring Break
Mar. 28-April 1, 2016
All
US History Classes
College Fair Prep Sessions
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April 4, 2016
Inservice Day
April 5, 2016
6:00pm-8:30pm Harper College
Dist. 214 College Fair
April 9, 2016
National ACT Test
EGHS
April 18,19, 20, & 21
Field Trips
Northern IL Univ
Freshmen College Visits-Human Geo
May 1, 2016
12pm-3pm
Theater/Café
Cinco de Mayo
May 20, 2016
Gym
Gym
PBIS/Spring Pep Assembly
May 26, 2016
4, 5, 6
Foyer Conf Room
Cap and Gown Distribution
May 30, 2016
Non-Attendance Day
May 31, 2016
June 1, 2016
Senior Final Exams periods 5-8
Senior Final Exams 0-4
June 3, 2016
Graduation Practice/Senior Assembly
June 5, 2016
12:00
June 10, 2016
Last Day of School
Graduation
Revised 4/6/15
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iPad FAQs:
1. Will my son/daughter be able to keep their iPads over the summer?
This is still something that is being determined at the district level. As soon as we have more
information, we will be sure to message that to students and parents.
2. Will the iPad be used in all of my child’s classes?
We are currently still in a pilot phase with the iPads. There are a group of teachers that have
committed to using iPads in the classroom, and there are various phases of implementation.
3. What are the rules for iPad use in the classroom?
The “top ten rules” for classroom iPad use are listed below.
4. I do not have internet access at home, how can my son/daughter complete homework?
*School is open at 7:00 am and there is tutoring available after school in the Mastery Lab
Monday-Thursday until 6:00 pm, and wi-fi is available at this time.
*Free wi-fi is available at many local establishments, including the public library.
* We now have a Digital Connections partnership program between D214 and Comcast/Sprint for
low-income families. Applications are available in the Main Office.
5. What are the common apps/websites that my child will be using?
This is very teacher/course specific, however, some commonly used apps/websites in the
classroom include:
Evernote, Notability, Schoology, Moodle, Safari, YouTube, Puffin (for use when a website uses
Adobe Flash - some textbooks require this), and Infinite Campus. Teachers will provide more
specific websites and apps during the first week of school and at Open House.
6. How can I control how much my child is playing games or using social media on their
iPad?
Parents set the rules in your own home. Some parents have found it helpful to designate a
specific space in the house where the iPad is permitted to be used. Others have set passwords
on their wi-fi and only enter the code when students need access for school reasons. We also
encourage conversation about time management, distractions, and managing life in a connected
society.
7. Why do we give complete access to the iPads?
One of our goals is to prepare students to make good decisions and successfully manage living in
a connected world. Guidance at school and at home can prepare them for life’s challenges.
Instead of taking the approach that we filter and restrict their access, we are striving to help them
make educated, informed decisions about their digital footprint.
8. What happens if my child breaks his/her iPad?
The district has offered a protection plan for $30. The protection plan can still be purchased.
Your child, however, will need to have the iPad inspected before we can issue the policy. They
can then pay for the protection plan in the Main Office with check or cash.
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iPad TOP TEN List
of Guidelines for Students
Beyond the acceptable use policy, the following is a set of guidelines for iPad use at EGHS. Since the
iPads are the property of District 214, all school officials have the right to review all material stored on
or accessed by any iPad. Access to your iPad may be revoked for misuse or violation of policies or the
Acceptable Use Policy.
1. I will come to school everyday with the iPad fully charged.
If you leave your iPad at home, you are responsible for getting the course work completed.
Loaner iPads will not be available.
2. I understand the iPad may not always be used in class at all times for every activity. I will listen to
my teacher for when iPads should be on my desk for use or in my backpack for safekeeping.
3. I will be on task in class, working only on those sites/apps to which I am assigned.
4. I will make sure to treat the iPad with respect.
I WILL:
*keep it clean
*keep it out of extreme temperatures
*keep it away from food and drink
*keep it safe and secure
5. I will install new updates as they become available to keep the device’s apps up-to-date.
6. I will have all necessary apps for each of my classes downloaded on the iPad.
7. I will be expected to back up all work on my iPad.
8. I will keep the first screen on my iPad limited to educational apps and shortcuts.
9. I will use my iPad as a Learning Device.
*I will make sure all media stored on my iPad is for educational use.
*I will not text/message or play unapproved games during instructional time.
10. I pledge to be a Digital Citizen and:
*Communicate responsibly and kindly
*Protect my own and others’ private information online
*Stand up to Cyberbullying
*Respect each others’ ideas and opinions
*Give proper credit when we use others’ work
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TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 214 iPad Protection Plan 2015-­‐2016 Dear Parent/Guardian, Township High School District 214 is providing and administering a protection plan for students and parents as part of our 1:1 iPad pilot program. Enrollment in the District administered program is optional with the understanding that parents/students carry the full liability if no protection plan is selected. Parents may also opt to use a third party protection vendor of their choice, such as Worth Ave Group and can visit www.worthavegroup.com for more information. To participate in the District 214 iPad Protection Plan, please sign-­‐up here: https://www.d214.org/ipadprotection The District plan covers “accidental damage” to the device and is designed to limit a family’s financial responsibilities for any damages as described in the protection plan section below. Program Fee/Coverage Effective Coverage/Expiration Dates Non-­‐refundable fee: $30 Limit Liability: Maximum of 3 damage claims or the replacement of one stolen iPad per school year. Coverage: Repair/Replacement of school issued iPad, Case, and intact keyboard where applicable. Coverage Exclusions Effective Date: Based on the receipt of payment. Expiration Date: August 31, 2016. Accidental Damage: Pays for accidental damage caused by liquid spills, drops, or any other unintentional event. Theft: Pays for loss due to theft; the claim requires a police report to be filed. Fire: Pays for damage of the iPad due to fire; the claim must be accompanied by an official Fire report from the investigating authority. Electrical Surge: Pays for damage to the device due to an electrical surge. Natural Disasters: Pays for loss or damage caused by natural disasters. iPad must be kept in district provided protection case for Protection Plan to be valid Dishonest, Fraudulent, Intentional, Negligent (not locked/stored in an unsecured manner, or location) or Criminal Acts: Will not pay if damage or loss occurs in conjunction with a dishonest, fraudulent, intentional, negligent or criminal act. The student/parents will be responsible for the full amount of the repair/replacement. Consumables: USB charging cable(s), AC adapter, and software/apps. Cosmetic damage that does not affect the functionality of the device. This includes but is not limited to scratches, dents, and broken plastic ports or port covers. “Jailbreaking” or otherwise voiding the manufacturer’s warranty by altering the software. THSD #214 is not liable for any loss, damage (including incidental, consequential or punitive damages) for expense caused directly or indirectly by the equipment. Annual Premium & Deductible Per Claim D214 D214 Annual Damage/Repair D214 Premium Claim Deductible Stolen Deductible $30 1 $30 $75 2 $50 Claim requires a police report 3 $50 to be filed. Any additional repair claims after three (3), or loss after one (1), will be charged at full repair or replacement cost. The deductible/claim is structured annually. Claims from a previous school year are not used in determining the deductible for the current policy year. If a student is un-­‐enrolled from the course using an iPad or from THSD #214 for any reason, the protection plan becomes null and void on that date. There are no refunds once this agreement becomes active. 44
TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 214 Plan de Protección para el iPad 2015-­‐2016 Estimado padre o guardián, El Distrito Escolar 214 está proporcionando y administrando un plan de protección para estudiantes y padres como parte de nuestro 1:1 programa experimental con un iPad. Inscripción en el programa administrado por el distrito es opcional con el entendimiento de que los padres/estudiantes llevan toda la responsabilidad si no se selecciona un plan de protección. Adicionalmente, padres puede que quieran escoger usar un tercer seguro tal como Worth Ave Group, con un solo costo anual de $44 pago de registración y $50 deducible por incidente. Visiten www.worthavegroup.com para más información. Para participar en el Plan de Protección para el iPad del Distrito 214, por favor regístrense aquí: https://www.d214.org/ipadprotection El plan del distrito cubre “daño accidental” al aparato y es diseñado para limitar las responsabilidades financieras de una familia por cualquier daño descrito en la sección del plan de protección abajo. Costo del programa/cobertura Fechas de cobertura: comienzo/ vencimiento Costo sin reembolso: $30 Limitación de la responsabilidad: Máximo de 3 reclamaciones por daños o la sustitución de un iPad robado por año escolar. Cobertura: Reparación/reemplazo del iPad de la escuela y teclado. Fecha de comienzo: Basado en el recibo del acuerdo firmado. Fecha de vencimiento: 31 de Agosto 2016 Exclusiones Cobertura Deshonestidad, Fraude, Intención, Descuido (no Daño accidental: Paga por daño accidental causado por cerrado/guardado en una manera seguro, o lugar) o Actos liquido, derrames, caídas, o cualquier otro evento no Criminales: No paga por daño o pérdida causado en intencional. conjunto con deshonestidad, fraude, intención, descuido o Robo: Paga por pérdida a causa de robo; el reclamo requiere un acto criminal. Los estudiantes/padres serán presentar un reporte de policía . responsables por toda la cantidad de la Fuego: Paga por el daño hecho al iPad causado por fuego; el reparación/reemplazo. reclamo debe ser acompañado por un reporte oficial de la Consumibles: USB Cable para cargar, adaptador AC , y autoridad investigando el fuego. programas. Sobrecarga eléctrica: Paga por daño al aparato causado por Daño cosmético que no afecta la función del aparato. Esto una sobrecarga eléctrica. incluye pero no está limitado a ralladuras, abolladuras y Desastres naturales: Paga por perdida o daño causado por puertos de plástico rotos o las tapas para los puertos. desastres naturales. “Jailbreaking” o de otra manera, evitando la garantía del fabricante alterando el programa del aparato. * iPad debe mantenerse en el caso de protección de teclado El Distrito 214 no es responsable por cualquier pérdida, proporcionado por el distrito * daño (incluyendo daños incidentales, consecuentes o punitivos) por un gasto causado directamente o indirectamente por el equipo. D214 Costo Reclam
anual o $30 1 2 Costo anual y deducible por reclamo * D214 Daño/reparación deducible D214 Robo deducible $30 $75 Reclamación requiere un informe de la policía que se $50 presente 3 $50 Las reclamaciones de reparación adicionales después de tres, o pérdida después de uno, se cobrará a la reparación total o costo de reposición. El deducible / reclamación se estructura anualmente. Reclamaciones de un anterior escuela y el oído no se utilizan en la determinining deductivel para el año actual política . Si un estudiante deja de estar inscrito en un curso que está usando iPad’s o del Distrito 214 por cualquier razón, el plan de protección deja de surtir efecto en esa fecha. No hay reembolsos una vez que este acuerdo es activado en la fecha en que el iPad es entregado. 45
TWITTER HANDLES:
Elk Grove High School: @ElkGrove_HS
District 214: @District214
Fine Arts: @EGFineArts
Counselors: @EGHSCounselors
EGHS Athletics: @GrenAthletics
Principal Kelly: @EGPrinciPaul
PBIS: @EGHS_PBIS
ELK GROVE HIGH SCHOOL
Student Services Department
500 W. Elk Grove Blvd.
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
847-718-4422
eghs.d214.org
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