Spring Gazette 2021 - 3-1-2021
Message from Principal (6/7/21)

Dear Adler Families,

THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! It has been quite a school year but I want to thank everyone one last time for the patience, kindness and positivity they showed this year. I am proud of the way we all handled this difficult year despite all the challenges thrown our way. We survived! Summer is here and it is time to reset, relax and look forward to an exciting year on the horizon.

I want to thank Mrs. Mary Goff who is retiring this year after 31 years of service to children. Mrs. Goff will be missed but we know she won’t be a stranger to Adler. We wish her luck in this new chapter of her life! Mrs. Ashley Zeinz, currently teaching 1st grade,  will be moving into the special education teacher role for next school year. Mrs. Zeinz, who has her LBS1 (special education teaching endorsement), will transition nicely to our special education team at Adler. Moving into the 1st grade teaching position for next year will be Mrs. Lindsay Marcum. Mrs. Marcum joined D70 in November of this year as the D70 virtual 1st grade teacher. I am thrilled to have Mrs. Marcum join our Adler team. Mrs. Marcum comes to us with several years of teaching experience and has already collaborated with our district 1st grade team this past school year. Also joining Adler next year is Miss Kelly Blahnik. Miss Blahnik will be Adler’s full time Math Interventionist. She will see students in grades 1 – 5 who need some extra support in the area of math. Miss Blahnik was previously a math interventionist at Copeland and Rockland and also has served as a special education teacher at Rockland.

The Adler office will be open Monday – Thursday the month of June. The office will be closed all of July and we will reopen on August 2nd. If you need anything in July, please reach out the district office at 847-362-9695. The ERC is open in July Monday – Thursday.

Thank you again for all your support this school year. Have a wonderful, safe summer and we will see you in August!

Go Gators,
Dr. Kerri Bongle
Principal
Adler Park School


Important Dates:

Monday, June 7th
Last Day of School
1:15 Early Release
Electronic Report Cards available in the Powerschool Parent Portal. 
 
Tuesday, June 8th
Virtual Student Device Turn In
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
District Office 

Wednesday, June 9th
Virtual Student Device Turn In
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
District Office
Device Turn In Communication sent by District

 Monday, June 14th
Summer School Begins
 
Monday, June 21st
School Board Meeting
 
Wednesday, June 30th
Last day Adler office is open
 
Month of July
Adler school office will be closed.  Office will reopen August 2nd
 
Monday, July 5th
No Summer School in observance of Independence Day
 
Thursday, July 15th
Summer School Ends
 
Monday, August 2nd  
Adler office opens

Thursday, August 12th
Class Assignments Available

Thursday, August 13th
New Family Orientation 11:00 - 12:00
 
Thursday, August 19th
1st-5th Grade First Day of School

Thursday, August 19th
Kindergarten Kick-Off
9:45-10:15 AM

Friday, August 20th
Kindergarten First Full Day

Monday, August 23rd
School Board Meeting

Thursday, September 2nd
Curriculum Night

Lost and Found

We have a huge array of clothing, coats/jackets and miscellaneous items in our lost and found. There are many nicer items so please be sure to check our lost and found for anything your child might be missing! Items will be kept until June 10th. After June 10th they will be donated. Thank you. 

News from Mrs. Janossy - Orchestra

Adler Orchestra News 

Bravo, great music sharing to the Adler/Rockland Orchestra for their musical presentation May 26. You all stepped up and did your best for our faculty, parents, grandparents and friends.  

Congratulations to our 5th grade young musicians as they continue their musical journey to 6th grade at Highland Middle School. Let’s continue filling District 70 school halls with music! 

Exciting news, next fall Orchestra will be welcoming new members from both 4th and 5th grade. Our recruiting will begin in the fall. New members will be able to choose to play a violin, viola, cello, or bass. Fasten your seat belts and get ready to take a fun musical journey.

Summer Reading

The Adler Park School Learning Center is committed to supporting the summer reading efforts of our Adler Gators.  We
 

  • gave away books from our Little Free Library for students to keep
  • provided a summer checkout opportunity
  • shared access with our online eBook and eAudiobook collection (use your student's usual login and password, no @d70schools.org needed for their username)
  • partnered with Cook Memorial Public Library District to promote their summer reading program


We hope everyone has a wonderful summer reading!

Ms. Carr and Mrs. Trimble

Message from Principal (5/28/21)

Good morning Adler Families,

Happy Friday. I hope this email finds you well and starting to think about a fun summer ahead. With five more days left of school, summer is just around the corner! Further down in the Gazette is important information from our AFA and about how to access your child’s STAR reports from this Spring.
             June 3rd is our modified field day. On field day please make sure your child is dressed to be outside for the majority of the school day. We recommend applying sunscreen to your child before coming to school and hats are allowed. Lunch is provided by the AFA (read below) and hot lunch will not be available. We are hoping for some great weather next week!
            I have also listed some final dates coming up in the next few weeks and a few dates for the start of school 2021! Thank you for taking the time to read all this important information!

Have a wonderful holiday weekend,
Dr. Kerri Bongle
Principal
Adler Park School

Important Dates:

  • May 28th – Early Release at 1:15 pm
  • May 28th – All library books due, please return on Tuesday if you still have any at home
  • May 31st – No School
  • June 3rd – Field Day
  • June 7th – Last Day of School, Early Release at 1:15 pm, Report cards in PowerSchool
  • August 19th – First day of School for Grades 1-8
  • August 20th – First full day for kindergarten students
  • August 26 – AFA BBQ
  • September 2nd – Adler Curriculum Night
  • September 6th and 7th – No School
  • September 14th – Picture Day
  • September 16th – No School
  • September 19th – AFA Gator Gallop
AFA - Volunteers Needed

Sporty and the Adler Family Association need Help!

Many thanks to the Adler faculty and staff for working to make this year the best it could be for our students.  As parents, we hope to start the school year in September with a robust group of volunteers ready to enrich the Adler learning environment. Keeping distant from school this past year, we have lost momentum in creating the community bonds that make Adler such a special school in D70.  

In other words….the Adler Family Association needs help!  

Many parents, including 3 board members, are graduating with their children at the end of next year and haven’t had the chance to meet new families and recruit their help.  We on the AFA board are asking for volunteers to come forward and ‘shadow’ outgoing members over the next year.  Please see the link below for open positions and descriptions.  Those in blue are the most important positions we need to fill, but all help in any form is welcome. Time commitments vary, so there is something to accommodate every type of family schedule. Get a few friends together and volunteer to run the Carnival or Gator Gallop.  You’ll have fun, make memories and make a difference in the Adler Park School culture.  If last year was all about distance, we hope the future will be about rebuilding.  Join us!  Contact us if you would like to help out.  

Stacey Thermos

Dana Allan

Cara Famighette

AFA Committees and Descriptions

Field Day - Lunch Provided by AFA

It's almost time for Field Day on June 3rd! The AFA will be providing lunch for students. This lunch will include a hot dog, a bag of Skinny Pop, an applesauce pouch & a small water bottle. The hotdogs are being delivered from Max's Dawg House. Your child is welcome to bring a lunch from home if preferred, or in addition to the Field Day Lunch. There will be NO hot lunch served on field day. 

Spring STAR Reports
Students in kindergarten - 5th grade took the STAR Early Literacy (kindergarten only), STAR Math and STAR Reading earlier this month. Those assessment results are now available for parents to see in the PowerSchool Parent Portal. The Parent Portal is also where all student report cards will be located for parents to view on June 7th.

Directions to view STAR scores in the Parent Portal
Assistance Needed at Student Pick Up

If you are a family that picks up your child(ren) at 2:45 pm, we need your help. The Village of Libertyville Engineers and our D70 Supervisor of Maintenance and Facilities were outside this week to look at the road that leads into the bus turnaround behind Adler Park School. I am sure that many of you have noticed that on each side of the road, the road is crumbling and deep ditches have formed. This is very dangerous for our buses. We are asking that all parents picking up after school wait to pull up behind Adler until 2:35 pm. This will allow our buses to pull into the turnaround without having to drive on the shoulder of the road to maneuver around cars already lined up behind the school. There is a parking lot just south of our pick-up area where parents are welcome to park and wait until 2:35 pm if they arrive early.

 The District and the Village are working together to come up with a long-term solution to this problem but in the interim, we need to make sure we keep our students and bus drivers safe. Please wait to pull around back at Adler until 2:35 pm to let our six Adler buses into the turnaround safely. Thank you for your help with this situation. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.

Message from Principal (5/14/21)

Dear Adler Families,
            Happy Friday. I hope all the mothers out there enjoyed a lovely Mother’s Day last weekend. On Monday night we had our last AFA meeting for this school year. I would like to publicly thank our executive AFA Board: Stacey Thermos, Dana Allan, Cara Famighette, Jim Woodworth and Morgan Junia. All of these parents put in hours of their own time for this organization and their sole goal is to help Adler be a better place to learn and to work. Thank you for all your time and effort this school year. A special thank you to Jim Woodworth who has served as our AFA Treasurer for many years. As his youngest child transitions over to Highland Middle School, we will miss Jim’s dedication to our family association and to Adler Park. Thank you, Jim.
            As we start to wrap up our school year, please remember that we do still have to self-certify students before coming to school. This week we have had a long line of students not certified each morning. This time waiting takes away from instructional time in the classroom so please remember to certify your child(ren) each morning. Thank you for your help with this.

Have a wonderful weekend,
Dr. Kerri Bongle
Principal
Adler Park School

Important Dates:

  • May 17th - Board of Education Meeting @ 6:00 pm
  • May 28th – Early Release for K-5 @ 1:15 pm
  • May 31st – No School
  • June 3rd – Modified Field Day K-5
  • June 4th – Kindergarten Celebration
  • June 7th – Last Day of School: Early Release @ 1:15 pm
AFA Updates
School supply kits are ready to order for the 2021-2022 school year. All supply kits will be shipped directly to Adler Park School. Kits will be ready in your child's classroom on the first day of school! No more lugging supplies on the bus the first day of school. Ordering will be available online until July 1st. Please use this Link to Order Supply Kit

Thank you, 
Lisa Wolf
AFA Supply Kit Chair
End of Year Library Dates

The last day to check out library books by Adler students will be Friday, May 21.  All library books borrowed will need to be returned no later than Friday, May 28.  Thank you for respecting the final due date so we can complete our inventory before the end of the school year.

More information about Adler's summer checkout can be found here!  Sign up to borrow Adler's library books for the summer no later than Friday, May 21.

Please contact Erin Carr if you have any questions.

Message from Principal (4/16/21)

Dear Adler Parents and Guardians,
           
  Phew. What a week! It has been truly wonderful to have all our students in the building full time this week. Students and staff are smiling and happy. If your house is anything like mine, bedtime has been a breeze (myself included).  Thank you for a great week and we look forward to the next seven weeks together.
 
  Congratulations and BRAVO to all the Adler students who participated in the Adler Virtual Talent Show. We have some amazing talent in our school and it was fun to watch our students perform. We had just under 30 performers in our virtual performance! Congratulations to Declan J., Sadie C., Norah O., Ryan K., Avery W., Laine O., Merritt J., Viana G., Aria M., Hollis M., Mia F., Viv T., Nathan D., Indy A., Sasha S., Grace R., Danny K., Amaya S., Lexi Y., Maggie O., Mia G., Holden M., Liv T., Caroline C., Keagan M., Aubrey C., Lily K., Leah B., and Gavin R. Thank you to Mrs. Dana Allan for putting together all the videos and making our talent show possible this year!

  Just a reminder that summer school registration began on April 1st at 9:00 on the Summer School Website. Please be sure to visit this site for information about this summer’s program housed at Highland Middle School and Rockland School.

  Registration for kindergarten, new and returning students is underway. Please spread the word to any new families to D70 or any incoming kindergarten students that they can register now online at D70 Website. Thank you for helping us get the word out for next school year! 

  Kindergarten Orientation (for kindergarten students starting in August) will look a little different this year. We are planning to send all registered kindergarten families an email with a presentation from myself and our two kindergarten teachers, Mrs. Dorf and Mrs. Wisek. This email will be sent out on April 20th. We will be welcoming our kindergarten students in for an in-person screening in June. Information about this screening and how to sign up for it will be in our presentation emailed out to parents on April 20th. We are also working on a date later in spring or possibly in August to have our kindergarten families come in and see the building in person. Thank you for your patience while we navigate moving back to all day in-person learning and how to bring back these other Adler traditions while still maintaining student, staff and family safety.

  We are continuing to look at our traditional end of the year activities and how best to keep some traditions while still keeping students, staff and the community safe. More communication will come this month as decisions are made. Thank you for your continued support and patience. Have a wonderful weekend.

Thank you,
Dr. Kerri Bongle
Principal
Adler Park School

Birthday Books

Based on popular demand, our birthday book program will run in a modified way for the rest of the school year.  Please read on if you are interested in purchasing a Birthday Book for the library, regardless of when your child's birthday is.

Through our Birthday Book program, you are invited to commemorate your child’s special day by donating a book to our library in your child’s name.  In making this donation, you help teach your child the value of giving, while also enriching the school library.  What a nice way to leave your child’s mark at Adler!

Your donation will be recognized by a bookplate in front of the book with your child’s name and birthday.  Your child will be offered the first opportunity to check out his/her Birthday Book, and will receive a special bookmark to keep!

If you would like to support the Birthday Book program by donating a book, please use the following Amazon wish lists to see which books are needed by the library.  Books may be purchased from anywhere, but please ensure that hardcovers are chosen when possible for durability.

Click on this link to see our wish list with picture books and nonfiction books for our younger readers.

Click on this link to see our wish list with novels and nonfiction for our older readers.

Adler’s mailing address is saved on those lists, so the Birthday Book will be sent to me at Adler.  IMPORTANT: please email me to let me know what book you purchased as Amazon does not inform me and they don’t always include packing slips and gift receipts!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you!
Erin Carr, Learning Center Director

AFA News

Dear Adler Families, 

Interested in making a difference for Adler and the community? Why not join the AFA Executive Board? Next year will be the last year that Dana Allan, Cara Famighette, and Stacey Thermos will be on the Board and they would like to find their replacements to ensure a smooth transition. If interested, please contact the AFA. 

Thank you.

Message from Principal (4/9/21)

Dear Adler Parents, 

Happy Friday. The “buzz” around the building today is similar to what it feels like before the first day of school! I love it. We are excited to have our students on Monday for the full day. I want to thank Mrs. Cervantes, Mr. Jasso and Mr. Hernandez, who have been working tirelessly to get our building ready for Monday by moving furniture, and deep cleaning all learning spaces. Also, our eSchool Center will be closing after today. Mrs. Ferdinand, Mrs. Mathewson, Mrs. Overton and Mrs. Richter have been running this program for our Adler students since early September and we could not have done it without them. I wanted to publicly thank them for their dedication to our students and their incredible work ethic and flexibility during a challenging and uncertain time. Thank you!!!

Below are a few more reminders about our reopening plan for D70/Adler so please make sure to read this message and the two previous emails this week. 

Visitors / Volunteers

Visitors will continue to be restricted to authorized staff only. Any approved visitors to any building must always wear an appropriate and approved face mask and report directly to the main office. Although we value parent volunteers as they enrich the experience for our students, for the safety of our students and staff, D70 is discontinuing in-person volunteers for the immediate future.  Schools may consider continuing volunteer activities remotely.  

Special Events

D70 will discontinue in-person classroom parties and field trips until further notice. Virtual activities and events will be considered in place of field trips.  A modified version of Field Day will take place Thursday, June 3rd (no rain date will be planned) and is being planned by our D70 PE teachers. 

Afternoon Pick Up

Please remember that if you plan to pick up your child at 2:45 pm, please have a sign in your passenger window with your child’s name and grade. Pick up will continue in the back of Adler. Thank you for your help with this process. 

Have a wonderful weekend,

Dr. Kerri Bongle
Principal
Adler Park School

Message from the Office
Please remember that if your child's after school plan changes, please email Mrs. Grayson and their classroom teacher before lunch. It is very important that we get these changes as early on in the day as possible to make sure we get the message to the child. We cannot change bus routes for any reason this school year. Thank you for limiting these changes to only when completely necessary. Thank you for helping us keep all our students safe. 
Adler Talent Show

The Virtual Talent Show is in post-production. We look forward to sharing it with the Adler Community this spring. 

Library Starting April 12

We are SO excited to welcome Adler Gators back into the library starting April 12!  Library books currently checked out by grades K-2 will now be returned on their new library day as listed below.  Please make a note as we will have just a few in person checkouts before the end of the year, and we would hate for anyone to miss their chance because they forget to return their books from the week before!

Grades 3-5 will continue to borrow books and have them due in 30 days until late May.  Because of this longer period of time, it can be difficult for students to remember when their books are due, and we have seen an increase in overdues because of this.  Please remind students that they can log in to Destiny Discover and see which books are due by clicking on their name, then Checkouts.

Virtual students are welcome to place holds using Destiny Discover for specific titles, or you can request books through this form.  As Adler students, even though their library teacher may change, they will continue to borrow books from their home library.

Please don't hesitate to let us know if you have any questions.

Erin Carr, Learning Center Director
Trish Trimble, Learning Center Clerk

Library Days Starting April 12
K Dorf - Friday
K Wisek - Wednesday
1 Gasick - Friday
1 Zeinz - Tuesday
2 Koenig - Wednesday
2 Turner - Wednesday
3 Marsh - Tuesday
3 Walker - Thursday
4 Adelman - Thursday
4 Bauer - Wednesday
5 De Paz - Thursday
5 Piskule - Thursday

Orchestra News

Extra Extra read all about it. Adler after school 5th grade Orchestra WEDNESDAY from 2:45 to 3:30 at Adler. Parent will pick up their young musician at Adler at 3:30.  At last we will be able to fill the Adler Halls with music. Watch for more information coming your way.

Our 5th grade Intermediate orchestra young musicians have been marching along building skills and playing fun music. They have watched the “Puppet Parade”, danced with the “Spanish Dancer”, rocked to the “Roller Coaster Rock”, grooved to the cool jazz of “Soul Strings”, waltzed with “My Big Bass” and at the end of it all we were soothed by the lovely “French Folk Song”. Our Adler Gator orchestra musicians are awesome!

Message from the Principal (3/19/21)

Dear Adler Parents and Guardians,
           
            Happy Friday. Spring Break is here and I know our students are looking forward to a break and having some time to relax and reset before the last nine weeks of the school year.  The Adler staff is planning and getting ready for students to return for the full day on April 12th. If you have not already, please log into your PowerSchool Parent Portal to check your child’s teacher assignment.

            On April 12th, if you are picking your child up at 2:45 pm, please have a sign in your passenger car window with your child’s name and grade on it. This will help us move cars through the pick-up line quickly. We do anticipate the pick-up line to be longer than it has been during our hybrid model so please be patient while we move to another new schedule.  Please also remember to NOT block the bus turnaround while buses are present. Thank you.

            Summer school registration begins on April 1st at 9:00 on the Summer School website. Please be sure to visit this website prior to April 1st for information about this summer’s program housed at Highland Middle School and Rockland School.

            We have begun thinking about the 2021-2022 school year!  As we begin to plan for next year, we ask that any families who will not be returning to Adler Park or D70 for the 2021-2022 school year, please contact each child’s classroom teacher and Mrs. Grayson in the office so we can plan accordingly for balancing each classroom next school year. The classroom placement process is one of our most important tasks to prepare for the coming year.  In the spring, classroom teachers, specials teachers, support staff, and office staff will begin collaborating to determine classroom placements for Adler Park students for the next school year. Teachers will spend a significant amount of time considering students’ academic and social development and their learning styles when generating class lists.  Throughout this process, our goal is to place students in the best possible learning environment.  We try to build classes that are balanced in terms of learning needs and styles, gender, emotional and social development, academic achievement, and behavior.  As parents, please feel free to offer insight, share your perspective, or describe your child’s academic and/or social emotional needs via email to Dr. Bongle on or before Friday, April 9th, 2021.

Registration for kindergarten, new and returning students is underway. Please spread the word to any new families to D70 or any incoming kindergarten students that they can register now online. Thank you for helping us get the word out for next school year! 

Kindergarten Orientation (for kindergarten students starting in August) will look a little different this year. We are planning to send all registered kindergarten families an email with a presentation from myself and our two kindergarten teachers, Mrs. Dorf and Mrs. Wisek. This email will be sent out on April 20th. We will be welcoming our kindergarten students in for an in-person screening in June. Information about this screening and how to sign up for it will be in our presentation emailed out to parents on April 20th. We are also working on a date later in spring or possibly in August to have our kindergarten families come in and see the building in person. Thank you for your patience while we navigate moving back to all day in-person learning and how to bring back these other Adler traditions while still maintaining student, staff and family safety.

Thank you,
Dr. Kerri Bongle
Principal
Adler Park School

Important Adler Park Dates: 

  • March 22 – 26 – Spring Break
  • March 30th - IAR/ISA Testing begins (3rd - 5th grades)
  • April 2nd – No School
  • April 5th – Regular attendance day for students
  • April 12th – Full day in-person and virtual learning schedules start
  • April 20th - Kindergarten Orientation presentation emailed to parents
Orchestra News

Our 5th grade Intermediate orchestra young musicians have been marching along building skills and playing fun music. They have watched the “Puppet Parade," danced with the “Spanish Dancer," rocked to the “Roller Coaster Rock," grooved to the cool jazz of “Soul Strings," waltzed with “My Big Bass” and at the end of it all we were soothed by the lovely “French Folk Song." Our Adler Gator orchestra musicians are awesome!
 

Save the Date - AFA Dinner Night Out

Please save the date for Tuesday, April 27th to dine in/carry-out from Max's Dawg House in Libertyville. You can order lunch and/or dinner since the hours for the fundraiser are from 10:30am-8:00pm. Please mention the AFA when ordering. We are happy to support this business partner of District 70. 

~The AFA

Message from the Principal (3/5/2021)

Dear Adler Families,
 
 Spring is in the air. Registration for Kindergarten and new students has begun! Please spread the work that any new families to D70 or any incoming Kindergarten students can register now online. Thank you for helping us get the word out for next school year!  Current student registration will start in March.

All D70 parents/guardians are invited to complete the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) 5Essentials Survey to share your thoughts and impressions regarding the school(s) your child(ren) are enrolled in before the survey closes on April 2, 2021.  Your voice is important and can be heard through this survey. Results of your feedback will be shared with the schools in a special report if at least 20 percent of parents at each school take the survey. Parents who have more than one child who attends the same school may elect to participate multiple times. We recommend that parents who have children enrolled in multiple schools participate in the survey for each school. Only one parent per household may participate in the survey.

On Tuesday, March 30th students in Grades 3, 4, and 5 will begin the statewide Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR) assessments.  D70 scheduled dates are March 30, 31 and April 1, 5 and 6. The state did not waive these mandated assessments for the 2020-2021 school year. These collections of state assessments are administered to all students in the spring for Grades 3-8 to determine students’ academic achievement relative to the Illinois Learning Standards. In Math, students are asked to reason and apply mathematical principles.  In English Language Arts, (ELA), students are required to read multiple passages and write responses by answering prompts in literary analysis, research and narrative concepts.  Both measure a student’s higher level and critical thinking ability.  All Libertyville District 70 students will be assessed via an online assessment tool. For more information about these statewide assessments, please visit the Illinois State Board of Education website. There will be more information to come from our district office and from our classroom teachers as the dates draw closer.

Parents can play an important role in getting students ready for testing.  Here are suggestions on how parents can help their children prepare for the assessment:
1. Make sure, if possible, that your child attends school on time each day of testing.
2. Make sure your child gets a good night’s rest the night before testing.
3. Provide breakfast on the mornings of testing.
4. Remind your child to ask the teacher questions if he or she does not understand the test directions.
5. Upon finishing, going back and reviewing the questions carefully along with checking to make sure all have been answered.
6. Let your child know that you have confidence in his or her ability to do his or her best.

At pick up and drop off behind the school, please be sure to not block the busses in the turnaround. Especially at the drop off at 8:05 am, the busses need to get to their Highland Middle School routes and need to exit Adler as quickly as possible. Thank you for your help.

Have a wonderful weekend,
Dr. Kerri Bongle
Principal
Adler Park School

Important Adler Dates:

  • March 8th – AFA Meeting
  • March 17th – Teacher Institute – No school for students
  • March 22 – 26 – Spring Break
  • March 30th - IAR Testing begins (3rd - 5th grades)
  • April 2nd – No School
  • April 5th – Regular attendance day for students
  • April 12th – Full day in-person and virtual learning schedules start
Mental Health Talk from LCHD

Please save the date for a mental health talk presented by the Lake County Health Department on 4/8/21. A mental health representative from the LCHD will be providing a virtual presentation for parents and children on managing stress, and coping during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please be on the lookout for additional details to come the week after spring break!

Talent Show Information

On March 1st, information for the 2021 Spring Talent Show was shared with students/Adler families. The Adler Talent Show will be happening virtually this year. Instead of a try-out date, dress rehearsal, and final performance - like years in the past - students/families will film and submit a video to be compiled into a final virtual performance to view with your family at home. 

Please note the important dates below:
March 10 - Participation form due (electronical Google Form) 
March 31 - Final video (1:30 time limit) must be submitted (electronical Google Form & video submission within form) 

Be on the lookout in mid-April for information regarding how the performance can be viewed. 

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