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  • High Point School Hours:  8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.   (Early Release Days: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.)

    Students enrolled in band, choir or orchestra dismiss at 3:15 on their designated days.

    Students should not arrive until 7:40 a.m. when adult supervision is available for safety.

    Parent drop off and pick up is behind High Point School, next to the John Humphrey Complex.

     High Point Absentee Hotline:  (708) 364-4440

     

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    Students Recognized for PATIENCE

    We are so proud of the following students who were recognized as role models for February's character trait of patience:
     
    Students who were recognized for showing responsibility.   
    Mohamad has a kind heart. He is patient and willing to help all classmates. He is a leader in our classroom.
    Eli in Mrs. Carr's room deserves a nomination for Patience because he is patient whenever he comes into the OT room twice a week. He knows the routine and exactly what to do. He gets started right away on the task in the short amount of time he is in there.
    Marisa always works on her classwork and homework with a steady pace and always gives her best effort. She shows true patience for her classmates and always is willing to help others.
    Jessica is always showing patience. When she works with other students, she is always patiently waiting if they need to catch up or have something reexplained to them. She is patient in line at all times. Her quiet demeanor shows through her patient way of waiting at any time.
    Elis is always patient. He waits patiently for his turn. He is patient with partners and in small groups. His quiet ways help him wait appropriately at all times.
    Yasmeen is very patient with all people she comes into contact with. When people need help she calmly gives them directions with much patience. She is a joy to have in class.
    Avery is an engaged learner and exhibits patience every day.
    Elise displays patience in everything she does. She is patient when working with classmates & is also patient with herself in accomplishing her own work.
    Emma displays patience both in and out of the classroom. She is a positive example of classroom behavior during transitions, waiting patiently as she is ready to learn. She also shows patience by working well with a variety of partners on group and partner activities.
    Kristina is a great example of patience in Room 103. She is always ready to learn, waiting patiently for the next activity or information. She also is patient when working with others, being sure that everyone gets a fair turn.
    Griffin is always patient and kind with his classmates.
    Tess is patient and kind to all of her classmates.
    Madelyn always wait her turn and demonstrates patience with her classmates.
    You are so patient with your learning and your classmates each day!
    You are patient with your time and learning each day!
    Sophia is always patient and kind to her classmates.
    You are patient with your classmates when you are helping them with their learning and their technology issues.
    Aiden shows patience, daily, when working with his peers in small groups. Aiden is willing to help others regardless of the difficulty of the task.
    Emie is patient with her classmates when working together on a task. So proud of you!
    Maggie is patient with her partners when working in Math. So proud of you Maggie!
    Faris has modeled patience and kindness with his classmates when working through a frustrating task. He is willing to listen and work through any problem with a smile.
    Kenadie is always patient with her partners while working in Math. So proud of you Kenadie!
    Alishay shows respect to her teachers and classmates when she waits calmly for her turn and actively listens to others in the classroom. She is always positive and never complains. She also anticipates the needs of others and graciously helps her classmates and teachers when needed.
    Sophia shows respect to her teachers and classmates when she waits calmly for her turn and actively listens to others in the classroom. She is always positive and never complains. She also anticipates the needs of others and graciously helps her classmates and teachers when needed.
    Summer shows respect to her teachers and classmates when she waits calmly for her turn and actively listens to others in the classroom. She is always positive and never complains. She also anticipates the needs of others and graciously helps her classmates and teachers when needed.
    Sophia shows respect to her teachers and classmates when she waits calmly for her turn and actively listens to others in the classroom. She is always positive and never complains. She also anticipates the needs of others and graciously helps her classmates and teachers when needed.
    Sofia shows respect to her teachers and classmates when she waits calmly for her turn and actively listens to others in the classroom. She is always positive and never complains.
    Bella shows respect to her teachers and classmates when she waits calmly for her turn and actively listens to others in the classroom. She is always positive and never complains. She also anticipates the needs of others and graciously helps her classmates and teachers when needed.
    Kacper shows respect to her teachers and classmates when he waits calmly for his turn and actively listens to others in the classroom. He is always positive and never complains.
    Mason shows respect to his teachers and classmates when he waits calmly for his turn and actively listens to others in the classroom. He is always positive and never complains. He shows he is eager to learn and always is focused on his tasks. He graciously helps his teacher and classmates when asked.
    Kacper shows respect to his teachers and classmates when he waits calmly for his turn and actively listens to others in the classroom. He is always positive and never complains.
    Eliza shows respect to her teachers and classmates when she waits calmly for her turn. She is always positive and never complains. Eliza is focused on her work and helps other students when needed.
     
     
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About High Point School

  • High Point Elementary School, located in the southwest suburbs of Chicago with students in grades 3–5, incorporates one-to-one iPad, MacBook, 3D printers, green screens, and Apple TV. Access to Apple technology makes it possible for teachers to adapt to students’ individual curricular needs, instructional levels, and interests, and gives students more opportunities for choice in their education. For example, students choose how to create reading response projects, such as with an iMovie video, a Keynote presentation, a book, or a report in Pages. Through use of iTunes U, students have access to resources about a specific learning topic. Flipped instruction allows for more peer-to-peer collaboration time in the classroom. Gallery walks allow students to showcase their learning while also inspiring others. Please read more about our story of innovation through our vision, teaching and learning experiences here.

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