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District Announcements

You are cordially invited to:

GES Family Reading Night

May 11, 2016

6 - 7 p.m.

 

Grab a book and join us for a fun night of reading with your family.  

  • Come in your pajamas
  • Bring a pillow or blanket
  • Bring your favorite book or two
 

6 p.m. - Meet in the gym at GES for introduction and Family Read.

 

6:30 p.m. - Grab your bag of provided popcorn and travel to a themed room to listen to stories read aloud by your favorite GES staff.


College & Career Week 2016

May 9-13

 

Monday, May 9 - My Future is BRIGHT Monday! (Wear bright colors)

You might think that you are too young to start thinking about college and a career now, but you’re not! Thinking about these things now will set you up for a bright future.

 

Tuesday, May 10 - Titans on Target Tuesday (Wear Titan gear)

Titans prepare for their future everyday by working hard, setting goals, and persevering. Many people think that kids with their eye on the future do better in the present; we think they are right!

 

Wednesday, May 11 - College Wear Wednesday
(wear your favorite college T-Shirt)

You will have many choices when you graduate high school. There are 2 year colleges, 4 year universities, vocational schools and more. There are over 430 colleges to choose from just in Illinois!

 

Thursday, May 12 - Dress for Success (Business/Interview attire)

Reaching your goals is not always easy, but when you work hard you will be successful. Once you graduate college and start looking for a career you will need to dress for success.

 

Friday, May 13 - My Future Self Friday (Dress like you have your dream job)

Have you thought about what you want to be when you grow up? The possibilities are endless. Once you know what you want to be when you grow up, you can figure out what it takes to get there.


 

Posted May 4, 2016
Residency Verification for 2016-17 Required by June 10
The Ball-Chatham School District is asking all parents and guardians who plan to re-enroll their children for the 2016-17 school year to confirm residency before June 10. The need to periodically confirm residency for all students is important in order to ensure that we are being good stewards of taxpayer monies. These monies are utilized specifically to educate those students who reside in the Ball-Chatham School District.
 
To help with this process, parents have the following options:
  • Mail in copies of the required residency items, (see list attached) from Category 1 and Category 2, and include the residency form (attached) to the District Office – 201 W. Mulberry, Chatham, IL 62629, before June 10, 2016.  
  • Drop off copies of the required documents (see list attached) from Category I and Category 2, and include the residency form (attached), to the District Office – 201 W. Mulberry, Chatham, IL 62629, before June 10, 2016.
  • Email copies of the required residency items, (see list attached) from Category 1 and Category 2, and include the residency form (attached) to: residency@bcsd5.org before June 10, 2016. ​
Residency documents will be reviewed and if further information is needed, parents/guardians will be notified by the District Office. The District will NOT be in contact if all documents are received, and residency IS confirmed. Please note that residency must be verified before students can be registered (either online July 18 through August 5) or through walk-in registration (11 a.m. to 6 p.m., August 4, at each school). Notification of schedules and/or teachers will not be made available until residency is confirmed and registration is complete.
 
For questions, please call any of our school’s main offices, or the District Office at 483-2416, ext. 0. We appreciate your cooperation on this request as we begin staffing plans for the upcoming school year.

Posted May 4, 2016 - Titan Fuel Fundraiser
 
Shrimp Boil Event to Benefit Titan Fuel
The Titan Fuel steering committee is hosting an inaugural Shrimp Boil fundraiser to benefit the Titan Fuel food assistance program. The event will take place at the Piper Glen Clubhouse on June 16, from 5 to 8 p.m. Tickets are $50 each, and can be picked up at Scoop Du Jour (1029 Jason Place in Chatham) or Modern Woodmen of America (7036 Kingsmill Ct. in Piper Glen). Sponsorships still available! 
Click here for event details.
Posted April 5, 2016 - Revised Summer Rec Program
The Village of Chatham’s Summer Rec Program Announced
Registration is underway for the Village of Chatham’s Summer Recreation Program. Click here for the booklet! One sign-up form per participant is all that is required. If additional forms are needed, they are available at http://www.chathamil.net. Payment of all program fees is expected at the time of registration. There are no exceptions. The final day of registration is May 20, 2016. Any late registrations will be assessed a late fee of $5. A written receipt will be provided upon request. Registration fees may be mailed to or dropped off at: Village of Chatham Recreation Program, 116 E. Mulberry, Chatham, IL 62629.

2016 GHS Summer Sports Camps
Glenwood Summer Sports Camps
The Glenwood High School Sports Camps have been announced for this summer! Click here for details on all the camps and the registration form. Registrations received after May 20 are subject to a $5 per child late fee.

School Announcements
 Lunch and Recess Times
 
Recess Lunch
Kindergarten 11:00-11:20 11:20-11:45
First 11:50-12:10 12:10-12:35
Second 12:15-12:35 12:35-1:00
Third 11:25-11:45 11:45-12:10
Fourth 12:40-1:00 1:00-1:25









 
Click the BoxTops icon below to see how your class is stacking up! May 13 is the deadline to get BoxTops in for this school year. Thank you!
                        
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