11/29 Lincoln Log

Lincoln Families,

It definitely was a different kind of Thanksgiving holiday, but regardless of the sacrifices many of us made, I am hopeful you made the best of it and enjoyed the time with your kids!

The final days of school prior to the much anticipated Winter Break are always a busy time of year, yet also a time where we all start to lose a little stamina. I imagine with the remote element of learning the likelihood of that happening over the next few weeks is even more likely. Therefore, we will be doing all we can to create engaging and exciting learning opportunities for our kids and even an upcoming Winter Spirit Week to sustain us for the final school days of 2020! As you’ve done since March, please continue to join us in supporting and encouraging your kids’ learning as their teachers at home by reminding them of Lincoln’s Remote Learning Advice:

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Don’t forget that our Friday supply pick up days will resume this Friday, December 4 for all K-4 students. Please be sure to stop by the Franklin blacktop sometime on Friday to pick up new materials and to drop off work and library books. 

As always, thank you for your continued support of Lincoln. Please never hesitate to reach out if there is anything more we can do to support your family. 

Have a great start to December! CG


Calendar

Friday, 12/4: K-4 Supply Pick Up, Franklin side playground


Virtual Painting Party with Creativita!

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The Lincoln PTO is teaming up with Creativita in Forest Park to host a virtual painting party for our Lincoln Eagles on Thursday, December 10th at 4:00 pm or 6:00 pm!

It’s easy to register, just click on the link and choose a time slot https://www.creativitaco.com/product-page/virtual-paint-night-with-lincoln-elementary.  Registration closes December 7th!

The kit can be delivered to your door or you can choose to pick it up at Creativita in Forest Park. Please note that the project will be the same for both times. A portion of the proceeds will help support the Lincoln PTO.


Heartworks Mitten Tree – donate this Friday at supply pick-up!

Heartworks Service Club is sponsoring the Mitten Tree – an annual holiday tradition at Lincoln School.

During supply pick up on Friday, December 4th and Friday December 11th, Lincoln families can donate NEW mittens, gloves, hats and scarves for children ages 4-13, all of which will be donated to Hephzibah Children’s Association in Oak Park.

Families can hang their donations on the Mitten Tree located under the tents on the Franklin Avenue side of the school during supply pick up on Friday, December 4th and Friday December 11th.

Thank you for your contribution to this organization.


Virtual Science Fair Co-Chair NEEDED

We are considering a virtual science fair….if we can get another co-chair!

We are looking for a co-chair for this year’s annual Science Expo.  The Expo takes place in late January, and while we already have one volunteer we would love a second to help organize this fun event. If you are interested in volunteering or receiving more information please contact Lincolnrfptopresident@gmail.com.


2020 online book fair – ends 12/2!

PTA's Barnes and Noble Book Fair | Turtle Rock Elementary

Shop for the holidays and support the Lincoln Library, author visits, and assemblies. Teacher wishlists and some recommended books from Mrs. Brauweiler are available at abcfairs.com in the blue menu bar.

Support Lincoln School! Order books at: Anderson’s Virtual  Book FairNovember 19 – December 2ndClick here for more information about the Book Fair, Family Reading Night this Thursday, and the annual Book Fair Contest!

*The Best Selection*New Releases*Best Literature*Reading Books reduces screen time, *Order anytime from anywhere


The Young Filmmakers Online Academy

The Young Filmmakers Online Academy will hold a series of live, virtual, synchronous classes for kids in grades 3 to 8 later this month and early next month. They will learn from professionals about how to make a movie with their cell phones or tablets. Content will include story, camera, lighting, sound, editing, and more. Cost is $30 for River Forest residents and $35 for non-residents. Register: https://www.oneearthfilmfest.org/workshops

Sundays from 2 to 3:15 p.m. for Grades 6 to 8 taught by Jonathan Moeller
Nov. 29, Dec. 6, and Dec. 13 – Register Here

Sundays from 4 to 5:15 p.m. for Grades 3 to 5 taught by Adam Joel
Nov. 29, Dec. 6, and Dec. 13 – Register Here


Technology support

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Thank you for emailing  powerschool@district90.org or helpdesk@district90.org with your technology questions/issues.  Please remember to include as much information as possible, e.g., Student Name, Teacher Name, School, iPad asset tag number, etc. Screenshots, links, websites and any other information regarding the issue is helpful. For example, my iPad/computer can’t connect to the XXXXX website when I click on this link. 

Additionally, if you have difficulty logging into your child’s special area classes, please be sure to reach out to that particular teacher to assist with any login issues. 

11/22 Lincoln log

Lincoln Families,

Happy Thanksgiving! After 55 days of hard work, this week marks a time for each of us to take a mini break from the world of remote learning and remote teaching/parenting to pause and express gratitude. 

Like many of you the Godfrey’s have hit “pause” on our annual family gathering for Thanksgiving. For the first time in 43 years, I’ll spend a solo Thanksgiving here in Chicago and away from my family in St. Louis. Like all things 2020, we will find safe and virtual ways to celebrate together while honoring the guidance on travel and gatherings. Like many of you, the sacrifice of not being with family, especially after the year we have all had is a difficult one. However, that doesn’t mean we all don’t continue to have countless things to remain thankful for. Of course, Thanksgiving is synonymous with delicious food and fellowship. However, perhaps  2020 has taught us that the most profound acts of gratitude come in words, actions and how we treat each other, not how full our plate is on November 26. Therefore as we begin this holiday week, I challenge each of you and your kids to reflect upon the things that 2020 has made you more thankful for. 

One day the pandemic will end, Lincoln will open, we will again gather with friends and family and we will return to a somewhat altered sense of normal. So take this time to embrace the pause on “life as we think it should be,” and truly embrace the many sources of your gratitude. Express that gratitude by sending a note to a teacher, calling a loved one, texting an old friend, extending a helping hand to a neighbor and by simply practicing KINDNESS. I remain grateful that six years ago my life journey brought me to the doorsteps at 511 Park Ave. Since then, River Forest has become, second only to St. Louis, a place where I feel incredibly at home, loved, supported and respected! So, as always, this Thanksgiving our Fine Fine School community is high atop my gratitude list! What are you and your family thankful for? Don’t just think about it, share it with others! 

From the entire Godfrey family, Happy Thanksgiving to each of you and your loved ones. Have a safe and relaxing holiday. I look forward to seeing you on the Morning Messages after the break as we countdown the final school days of 2020! Happy Thanksgiving!

CG

****Please keep in mind that this is a short week of school. There will be no school on Wednesday-Friday of this week. Classes will resume on Monday, November 30. Our next supply pick up will be on Friday, December 4.****


Calendar

Wednesday, 11/25: NO SCHOOL

Thursday, 11/26: NO SCHOOL

Friday, 11/27: NO SCHOOL


Virtual Science Fair Co-Chair NEEDED

We are looking for a co-chair for this year’s annual Science Expo.  The Expo takes place in late January, and while we already have one volunteer we would love a second to help organize this fun event. If you are interested in volunteering or receiving more information please contact Lincolnrfptopresident@gmail.com .


2020 Book Fair is now online!

PTA's Barnes and Noble Book Fair | Turtle Rock Elementary

Shop for the holidays and support the Lincoln Library, author visits, and assemblies. Teacher wishlists and some recommended books from Mrs. Brauweiler are available at abcfairs.com in the blue menu bar.

Support Lincoln School! Order books at: Anderson’s Virtual  Book Fair, November 19 – December 2nd. Click here for more information about the Book Fair, Family Reading Night this Thursday, and the annual Book Fair Contest!

*The Best Selection, *New Releases, *Best Literature, *Reading Books reduces screen time, *Order anytime from anywhere


Green4Good at Home

While our Thanksgiving may look different this year, we all may still be looking for a good walk,  a good movie, and a good way to give back. Please check out the Openlands Get Outside map to discover great Chicago area hikes, the Kiss the Ground movie about regenerative agriculture (or other movies we recommend about our food systems or from the One Earth Film Festival), and great organizations feeding those in need this holiday season, like Beyond Hunger or Housing Forward.  

The G4G committee extends our gratitude to the District 90 community, especially the school PTO’s and principals, for allowing us to reach you via the school newsletters this year with our sustainability messages.  Have a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving!


Social Emotional Learning resources

With Thanksgiving coming up, this is a great time to focus on Gratitude!  The attached calendar has great activities for adults and children — something for everyone in the family!  Even though life in the pandemic has been challenging, there are always things for which we can give thanks.  A focus on gratitude can improve your health, help you deal with adversity, and build strong relationships. 

Additionally, you will find some great Thanksgiving gratitude prompts!


The Young Filmmakers Online Academy

The Young Filmmakers Online Academy will hold a series of live, virtual, synchronous classes for kids in grades 3 to 8 later this month and early next month. They will learn from professionals about how to make a movie with their cell phones or tablets. Content will include story, camera, lighting, sound, editing, and more. Cost is $30 for River Forest residents and $35 for non-residents. Register: https://www.oneearthfilmfest.org/workshops

Sundays from 2 to 3:15 p.m. for Grades 6 to 8 taught by Jonathan Moeller
Nov. 29, Dec. 6, and Dec. 13Register Here

Sundays from 4 to 5:15 p.m. for Grades 3 to 5 taught by Adam Joel
Nov. 29, Dec. 6, and Dec. 13Register Here


Technology support

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Thank you for emailing  powerschool@district90.org or helpdesk@district90.org with your technology questions/issues.  Please remember to include as much information as possible, e.g., Student Name, Teacher Name, School, iPad asset tag number, etc. Screenshots, links, websites and any other information regarding the issue is helpful. For example, my iPad/computer can’t connect to this website _________________ when I click on this link __________________. 

Additionally, if you have difficulty logging into your child’s special area classes, please be sure to reach out to that particular teacher to assist with any login issues. 

11/15 LINCOLN LOG

Lincoln Families,

I hope this week’s message finds your family keeping safe and healthy as Covid-19 continues to surge in our area. 

As disappointing as it is for everyone to again push back the return to “in person,” with the rising case counts in our area, the decision to extend the “adaptive pause” was made with the safety and wellbeing of our school community in mind. Therefore, we will continue on the path forward using all the lessons we’ve learned to continue to refine and adapt the Remote Learning experience for our teachers, kids and your family.

Many thanks to everyone who took the time to participate in our virtual Fall Conferences last week. I know our teachers enjoyed the opportunity to connect with you regarding your child’s progress this school year. From first hand experience I also know how appreciative they are for the many words of praise and support you shared with them. These are difficult and challenging times for us all as we continue to adapt and grow into the realities of remote learning. I’ve always believed that “you do better, when you know better.” Each day we learn a little something more that will make this experience better for your kids and family. Thanks for continuing to surf this wave with us! 

Here again is a link to last week’s special Veterans Day morning message and tribute. Many thanks to everyone who took the time to send in a picture and honor our veterans. 2020 Lincoln School Veterans Tribute

Because our hope was to be returning to school tomorrow, many grade levels did not hold a supply pickup this past week. Therefore, please note the following schedule for this week. After the Thanksgiving break, we will resume our Friday pickups for each grade level on December 4. 

Supply Pickup – Week of November 16
Monday, November 16: 1st grade
Tuesday, November 17: 3rd grade
Friday, November 20: Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 4th grade

As always, thank you for your support of Lincoln. Please never hesitate to reach out if there is anything more I can do to support your family. Be well and stay safe! CG


Calendar

Monday, 11/16:

  • Supply pickup – 1st grade

Tuesday, 11/17:

  • Supply pickup – 3rd grade

Thursday, 11/19:

  • Online Book Fair opens today!

Friday, 11/20:

  • Supply pickup – Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 4th grade

Lincoln Supper Club – this Thursday, 11/19

Please join us for this week’s Lincoln Supper Club with Jimmy’s Place in Forest Park. On the menu for this week is: Salad, Mostaccioli, Chicken Vesuvio and Sausage & Peppers for $45 (feeds 4-6) with an optional bottle of wine add-on for $15.

To order, please call (708) 771-7476 by 5p this Tuesday,11/17. Dinner will be ready for pick up on Thursday, 11/19 from 5-6p at Jimmy’s Place (7411 W. Madison, Forest Park).

Please see attached for more details. We thank you for your continued Lincoln PTO and shop local support! 


2020 Book Fair is online – starting this Thursday, 11/19!

PTA's Barnes and Noble Book Fair | Turtle Rock Elementary

Shop for the holidays and support the Lincoln Library, author visits, and assemblies. Teacher wishlists and some recommended books from Mrs. Brauweiler are available at abcfairs.com in the blue menu bar.

Support Lincoln School! Order books at: Anderson’s Virtual  Book Fair, November 19 – December 2nd. Click here for more information about the Book Fair, Family Reading Night this Thursday, and the annual Book Fair Contest!

*The Best Selection, *New Releases, *Best Literature, *Reading Books reduces screen time, *Order anytime from anywhere


Lincoln Band & Orchestra t-shirts – order now!

Attention Band and Orchestra Families! The new band and orchestra t-shirt is here. Orders are due November 20th. This will be the only opportunity to order a band/orchestra t-shirt this year.

Please help us reach our goal of selling 100 shirts. Orders can be placed directly using this link.


Green4Good @ Home – Pumpkin Smash 2020 update!

The 2020 Pumpkin Smash was, well, a smashing success.  Together, we composted 805 pumpkins!  That’s 8,260 pounds of pumpkin kept off the street and out of the landfill, blowing away the 2019 count of 512 pumpkins, 4,860 pounds. 

THANK YOU to everyone who joined us.  It was a beautiful day, and we’re grateful for the tremendous community support of this annual event!

Speaking of turning 8,260 lbs of pumpkins into healthy soil, we recommend checking out Kiss the Ground for an uplifting and inspiring documentary about regenerative agriculture and reversing climate change!  Watch on Netflix or rent for $1 on Vimeo.


Social Emotional Learning resources

Here is a link to this week’s SEL resource from our school social workers: Helping Students Read Emotions Behind Masks


Technology support

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Thank you for emailing  powerschool@district90.org or helpdesk@district90.org with your technology questions/issues.  Please remember to include as much information as possible, e.g., Student Name, Teacher Name, School, iPad asset tag number, etc. Screenshots, links, websites and any other information regarding the issue is helpful. For example, my iPad/computer can’t connect to this website _________________ when I click on this link __________________. 

Additionally, if you have difficulty logging into your child’s special area classes, please be sure to reach out to that particular teacher to assist with any login issues. 

11/8 Lincoln Log

Lincoln Families,

What a treat this weekend was! The past seven days have been full of emotion and anxiety, so the beautiful weekend was a much welcome reprieve from the events of the past week.

We are looking forward to welcoming our kids back to Lincoln at the conclusion of the current “adaptive pause,” on Monday, November 16. Obviously, D90 will continue to monitor both local and regional metrics to ensure a safe return to school. Here is a link to the most current D90 Dashboard Metrics for School Decision Making. Assuming it is safe to do so, we will be welcoming all K-4 students back to Lincoln on Monday, November 16.

Since it’s been a few weeks, here again is the Lincoln Guide to Blended Learning. Please make special note of your child’s entrance and exit as well as other elements of this document that will hopefully make your family’s transition back to Lincoln as exciting as possible.

Our teachers and staff look forward to seeing you this week at our Fall conferences this week. Teachers will be sharing your child’s report card with you virtually during conferences. We will also be mailing you a copy of your grade report for the 1st trimester.

Finally, this week we will do our best to virtually celebrate all the Veterans that are close to us. Please pass along any Veterans Day photos to include in our video montage by Tuesday, 11/10 at 5:00pm. Photos can be sent to me via Seesaw, text or email. Additionally, all kids are encouraged to make a Veterans Day card that will be delivered to local veterans. Cards can be dropped off in the Lincoln School lobby.

Thursday, November 12, will be a supply pick up day for any families who are opting to continue learning remotely at the conclusion of the adaptive pause. Please be sure to come by Lincoln on Thursday so your child has all the supplies necessary for Monday, November 16. Supplies will be in the Park Avenue lobby.

As always, please never hesitate to reach out with anything I can do to better assist or support your family during these crazy times! Have a wonderful week. CG


Calendar

Wednesday, 11/11:

  • Conferences

Thursday, 11/12:

  • NO SCHOOL – Conferences
  • Supply Pick-Up for Remote Learning Families

Friday, 11/13:

  • NO SCHOOL

Social Emotional Learning resources

Here’s a fun way to be outside with your family – play Neighbor Bingo!


Lincoln Supper Club – Scratch on Lake

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We are excited to introduce the Lincoln Supper Club! A new opportunity to support Lincoln and our local businesses. Lincoln PTO is partnering with local restaurants for family friendly meal deals on select Thursday evenings. A portion of proceeds will be donated back to the Lincoln PTO.

How it works:
1) Supper’s Scheduled!   – Thursday, 11/12: Scratch on Lake  – Next Thursday, 11/19: Jimmy’s Place; 2) May I Take Your Order? Submit your order by Tuesday at 5pm; 3) Supper’s Ready! – pick-up on Thursday, between 5-6pm at the restaurant.

This week’s partner:   Scratch on Lake – Oak Park
Menu:  Mac-n-Cheese Dinner – You can choose from the following choices (all descriptions available at www.scratchpad.com): *Truffle-Mushroom *Buffalo Chicken *Prosciutto, Peas and Peppers *Fire Mac *Classic Mac
Cost: Classic Mac: $25 / All Other Macs: $30 (Feeds 4); Each Additional Guest $6
How to Order:  – By phone (708) 434-5643 or email: info@scratchfp.com – Please submit your order by Tuesday, 11/10 at 5p
Pick Up:  – Scratch on Lake – 733 Lake Street, Oak Park – Thursday, 11/12 between 5-6p
Questions?

Please reach out to missyheintz@gmail.com and rkapaza@gmail.com. We thank you for your support for the Lincoln PTO and our community of restaurant partners!


2020 Book Fair is Online – starting 11/20!

PTA's Barnes and Noble Book Fair | Turtle Rock Elementary

Shop for the holidays and support the Lincoln Library, author visits, and assemblies. Teacher wishlists and some recommended books from Mrs. Brauweiler are available at abcfairs.com in the blue menu bar.

Order books at: Anderson’s Virtual  Book Fair, November 20 – December 2nd, click here for more information!

*The Best Selection, *New Releases, *Best Literature, *Reading Books reduces screen time, *Order anytime from anywhere


Green4Good at Home: Pumpkin Smash 2020!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Annual River Forest Pumpkin Smash over the weekend. Fingers crossed that we smashed last year’s record of composting 512 pumpkins (4,860 pounds)! We will share the final count next week. If you’re curious about the impact of composting so many pumpkins, click here!


Technology support

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Thank you for emailing  powerschool@district90.org or helpdesk@district90.org with your technology questions/issues.  Please remember to include as much information as possible, e.g., Student Name, Teacher Name, School, iPad asset tag number, etc. Screenshots, links, websites and any other information regarding the issue is helpful. For example, my iPad/computer can’t connect to this website _________________ when I click on this link __________________. 

Additionally, if you have difficulty logging into your child’s special area classes, please be sure to reach out to that particular teacher to assist with any login issues. 

11/1 Lincoln log

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Lincoln Families, 

I hope you are well and that you had a wonderful weekend. We’ve made it to stage 11 of 2020! 

In reflecting upon the past week, I can’t think of a more emotional one as an educator. Days and hours of preparation went into welcoming our kids back to Lincoln after a long seven months, so it was obviously with great trepidation that we had to pivot to remote learning so early in our process of reopening. However, it is always Lincoln and D90’s priority to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our kids, staff and community, so I’m excited to return when it is deemed safe to do so.  Like each of you, I continue to process the experiences of 2020 and try to remain open to the lessons it is teaching us about, patience,  goodness and humanity. In doing so, I stumbled across the following song/video that I thought was definitely worth a few minutes of your time. We are all carrying our own burdens and weight these days, but as the song says, we’re all doing a “good job.” Enjoy some wisdom in the form or music from the incomparable Alicia Keys   Alicia Keys- Good Job I remain confident in my thoughts that we will all be back together soon here at our Fine Fine School! 

Veterans Day is always a special day at Lincoln. Unfortunately, this year we will be unable to host our annual assembly. However, that won’t deter us from paying special recognition to the veterans in our midst. Each year our kids make cards for veterans that are then delivered to local veterans hospitals and presented to veterans on their breakfast trays. This year I encourage all kids to take a few moments to create a card for a veteran. There will be a drop box in the Park Ave lobby at Lincoln where kids can drop off their cards. Please be sure all cards are delivered to Lincoln by Tuesday, November 10. Additionally we will also be collecting photos of veterans to display in our Virtual Hall of Honor. Therefore, if you have the photo of a veteran you wish to have recognized, please send it my way via text or email and I’ll be sure it is included in our Veterans Day celebration. 

Fall conferences are quickly approaching. They are scheduled for Wednesday, November 11 and Thursday, November 12. Although they will be held virtually, I know our teachers are excited about the opportunity to share with you their experiences with your kids. This year you will notice that our K-4 report cards have a new look!  They are now providing more detailed descriptions regarding the specific skills and concepts your child(ren) have been working on during the first trimester of school.  Based on the Illinois Priority Learning Standards for the 2020-2021 School Year, released last August, the document identifies the most essential grade-level standards for teachers to focus on over the span of this school year.  Your K-4 child(ren)’s teacher will be sharing this information with you at your child(ren)’s conference, and will address any questions you have about the new format.  The increased clarity of concepts and skills will help provide an accurate reflection of the learning your child has been engaging in since August.

For the past two years, Ms. Bridget Gilmartin has served as the .5 Social Worker at Lincoln School. However, due to her husband’s relocation to Texas, Bridget is entering her final days as  a Lincoln School Eagle. While she is irreplaceable, I’m excited to welcome Ms. Brittany Yelnik as the new .5 Social Worker at Lincoln. Brittany will begin at Lincoln on Monday, November 2. She will be working closely with Bridget to make a smooth transition for the kids and families she services. Please join me in wishing Ms. Gilmartin all the best in her move to Texas and welcome Ms. Yelnik to the Lincoln School family. 

Finally, with the recent pivot to remote learning we have adjusted our supply drop off/pick up process. Effective this week, each grade level K-4 will have supply pick up/drop off on Fridays between 8:00AM-2:00PM on the Franklin blacktop. 

As always, please never hesitate to reach out if there is ever anything more I can do to support your family. Thanks for your continued support of Lincoln. Have a great week, stay safe and don’t forget to vote! All my best. CG


Calendar

Tuesday, 11/3:

  • NO SCHOOL – Election Day

Friday, 11/6:

  • Supply Pick up for K-4 on Franklin

Social Emotional Learning resources

Children look to their families with love and trust to guide their understanding about their place in this great big world.  The Power of We: A Sesame Street Special features Elmo and Abby Cadabby, who are joined by 6-year-old Muppet Gabrielle and her cousin, 8-year-old Tamir.  Come along with these friends as they learn how to become “upstanders” to unfair treatment based on skin or fur color.  This Sesame Street special is an uplifting and joyful celebration of how each of us is unique and how we can work together to help make this world a better place for ourselves, our friends, and for everyone! 

CLICK HERE to watch the video

CLICK HERE to see the companion activity booklet


Kindergarten Girl Scout troop

Please email Diana Jacquez at dloshen@gmail.com if you would be interested learning more about registering your child for Kindergarten daisies this year. Thank you!


Green4Good at Home: Pumpkin Smash 2020!

Help keep pumpkins out of the landfill by participating in the Annual River Forest Pumpkin Smash, Saturday, November 7, 9am-noon at Roosevelt Middle School on the Jackson side. Last year, we composted 512 pumpkins (4,860 pounds). Let’s smash that record in 2020! Please encourage friends, family, and neighbors to compost instead of trashing, and kindly wear your mask and observe social distancing when dropping off your pumpkins.

The Pumpkin Smash is hosted by the D90 Green4Good team with support from Roy Strom Company. Curious to know more about the impact of composting 4,860 pounds of pumpkins? Click here!


Technology support

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Thank you for emailing  powerschool@district90.org or helpdesk@district90.org with your technology questions/issues.  Please remember to include as much information as possible, e.g., Student Name, Teacher Name, School, iPad asset tag number, etc. Screenshots, links, websites and any other information regarding the issue is helpful. For example, my iPad/computer can’t connect to this website _________________ when I click on this link __________________. 

Additionally, if you have difficulty logging into your child’s special area classes, please be sure to reach out to that particular teacher to assist with any login issues.