Northeast Elementary School

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NE Yearbook Available Online

The Northeast Yearbook is available to order online. You may even customize pages for your individual student(s) to tell their own story! Follow the QR code to the introductory video.
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Evergreen Reads: Chapter 2 Trivia Question

This week's trivia question comes from Chapter 2 of A Long Way from Chicago. The first correct answer from any three (3) schools to this week's trivia question will win a gift certificate for a free ice cream cone from Oberweis Dairy. Your name, school, and grade are required. You can then type your answer to the question and it will be sent to the Evergreen Reads Committee electronically. Dr. Machak will deliver the winners' gift certificates to them at their school next week. Thank you for your support of Evergreen Reads - look for a new trivia question in this space each week!
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Guillermo Raya is Principal for the Day!

Guillermo Raya, a first grader in Ms. Smyth's class. He won the honor of being principal for the day at the "Back to School Bash" that took place this summer. He was great principal he helped Ms. Janicke make morning announcements, he was part of our New Student Meetings, and he handed out Paws to students following the 3 Be's. He did an awesome job!
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Northeast Celebrates Dot Day

Dot Day was a huge success at Northeast School. Students created dots, wore dots, sang about dots, and collaborated with students across the country to discuss how we can each make our mark in life. Please see the link below to see student blogs about Dot Day, Peace Day, and the 100 Word Challenge.
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PBIS

Student Behavior In District 124 Is On The Rise! Click above to view the full news story.
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There's an app for that!

Want real-time data directly on your phone? Powerschool has a free mobile app for parents and students to access real-time information on grades, attendance, assignments, scores, and comments. Click above to learn more.
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Weebly

Want more information about what is going on in the classroom? Visit the district Weebly site.
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