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There will be no school November 26-28. Enjoy your Thanksgiving celebrations!

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At Gilman Elementary School, students are learning about having good character. With the Thanksgiving season upon us, Gilman Elementary School wanted to connect the character traits we have learned and connect it to the season of Thanksgiving. In the name of the holiday there are two words, “Thanks” and “Giving.” Students have been reflecting on what they are thankful for and how to give to others in need. Within the last two weeks, students have been collecting items to be placed in Operation Christmas Child boxes to help those in need around the world. Students and families did an amazing job bringing in supplies to help those less fortunate. Over ten boxes were shipped to children across the world. Also, any supplies that were left over were given to local shelters within our communities. Gilman Elementary School would like to say thank you to all those families who gave to others in need. All these gifts will be greatly appreciated by children around the world and in our communities. Tis the season to be thankful and giving to others!

Mr. Corlett has collected some resources for families about the PARCC test. They can be found on his website at this link.

There will be no school November 11 in honor of Veterans Day.

Parent teacher conferences will be held the week of November 3. Please contact your student’s school for specific dates and times.

Did you know car crashes are the #1 cause of injury among teens? It’s time to spread awareness of the dangers of distracted driving!

October 15 – 24 Iroquois West will compete in the State Farm-sponsored CELEBRATE MY DRIVE event, which promotes distraction-free driving.  Our school could win some BIG prizes, including $25,000-$100,000 or a concert with a chart-topping musical artist!

Participating is easy – simply visit celebratemydrive.com, answer a few questions regarding safe driving, and vote for IW!  You can vote once per day per each of your valid email addresses.

Last year, the winner was Eureka High School.  Why shouldn’t IW stake a claim to this year’s prizes?  It’s going to take the entire community to be victorious.  Pledge to take just a few minutes of each day to vote and ask your family members and neighbors to do the same!

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Wednesday, October 15 will be a 2 hour early dismissal across the district.