Our SEL topic for this week is ANGER. Please watch our topic introduction video found on Coyote Corner and at the link below. We encourage you to talk with your student about this topic, resulting in meaningful dialogue and introspection. Check back on Fridays for a video that will close out this topic. As always, please contact Tricia Saviano at email@example.com with questions or concerns.
Free Meal Service Beginning Friday, November 6th, District 300 will provide free meals in Pingree Grove to help local school families. A bus will be parked at the Cambridge Lakes Community Center from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. on November 6th. The regular schedule moving forward will be: Tuesdays from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. Fridays from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. Free meals will be available for pick-up until D300's last day of school. Questions should be emailed to Mrs. Sabine Coulter, CLCS Lunch Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To provide programming that enriches the community and inspires children to excel in a safe, caring environment.
Hear what our families have to say about us
“We are extremely grateful for the CLCS School’sOut program. Our 2nd grader enjoys the program so much. He rarely wants to leave when we come to pick him up. Lynn, Linda, Miss Jackie, Miss Mira, and the other assistants are wonderful. We are completely comfortable with them. If we have questions or concerns they are only a phone or email response away. We’ve even come into the office to chat and express our gratitude. The program offers a wide variety for your child. Our favorites are sock hop and pajama jam! If you have an active child try out karate, dance, basketball, flag football, soccer, and yoga. We hope that you’ll enjoy it as much as we do! Thank you School’s Out for being there when we need a helping hand!"
The Yamamoto Family
“ School’s Out Sock Hops and Pajama Jams are huge hits with the kids, they are always wanting to sign up right away to be sure they can attend and always have a great time. School’s Out summer camp gives the kids an opportunity to go see and experience a multitude of activities around the Chicagoland area, that they may not get an opportunity to do outside of the camp. The staff is always friendly and welcoming, continually interacting with the kids, doing arts and crafts or competing with them during activities.”
“ The School's Out program has been so wonderful for our family. We love the flexibility of before/aftercare and the non-commitment to days. Many places you pay regardless if they are there not, not with School's out! I am able to email the day of to get them added to a roster if needed. Aside from before/aftercare, they offer SO many fun programs for kids. It's nice that my child can go to soccer or dance, etc after school, so the mom guilt lessens a bit:) Miss Jackie has been such a great, consistent person for our children. She is there every morning they are there, and every afternoon. Honestly, dropping your kids off at 6:45 in the morning is not fun, and there is a lot of guilt that comes with it, but when you have the same person they see, that is kind, warm and friendly, it makes it much easier. Thank you School's Out! ”
“School's Out is a wonderful program for our children. It's easy and convenient for parents and safe and fun for the kids! The extra opportunities available for the students, from Sock Hops and Pajama Jams to sports and art camps, are a great chance to experience many different, fun, activities. My kids use the after school care time to work on homework, do crafts and play with friends, sometimes they even complain if I pick them up early!”
School's Out at Cambridge Lakes Learning Center
900 Wester Boulevard / Pingree Grove, IL 60140 /1.847.464.4500