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Thursdays 6:00 – 7:30 PM
November 3 – December 15

Presenter: Peter Martin Social Worker – Chippewa Middle School
You are invited to join us for a Free Parent Education Group

Parenting the
Love§Logic Way

This 6-week course will teach you a fun and practical approach to raising wonderful kids. During the course, you will learn about the Two rules of Love and Logic, the Anticipatory Consequence, ways to neutralize arguing and much more.

FALL SESSIONS: You will walk out with information and ideas that you can use right away! The group will meet in the Chippewa Library on Thursdays from 6 – 7:30 pm on these dates, Session 1 - November 3 | Session 2November 10 | Session 3November 17 | Session 4December 1 | Session 5December 8 | Session 6December 15.


For more information, please contact Peter Martin, Chippewa Middle School Social Worker, martinpe@d62.org, (847) 824-1532.


Love§Logic provides simple and practical techniques to help parents and care givers have less stress and more fun while raising responsible kids.

For more information, or to register, please contact:
Peter Martin, Chippewa School Social Worker
(847) 824-1532, or martinpe@d62.org



Keeping Our Children Safe – Back to School is an important time for District 62 students and families. Sadly, it’s also an important day for Stranger Dangers. District 62 works closely with the District 62 school resource officer, local police departments, and our staff to ensure the safety of our students. Learn more...



Get Covered Illinois
Now, We All Have Equal Access to Healthcare in Illinois.


FAQs: http://getcoveredillinois.gov/how-to-get-covered/faq-resources/
Fact Sheets: http://getcoveredillinois.gov/fact-sheets/
Enroll Today – Open Enrollment Ends Feburary 15th: https://getcoveredillinois.gov/explore-coverage-options/

Did you know that there’s a new way for you to find the health insurance you need? – Individuals, families and small businesses in Illinois can now sign up for quality health coverage through Get Covered Illinois by visiting www.GetCoveredIllinois.gov. Through the Marketplace, you can make side-by-side comparisons of health coverage options and find the plan that works best for you, your family and your budget.

All of the plans you’ll find through Get Covered Illinois cover important things like doctor visits, hospital stays, prescriptions and more. And you won’t be denied coverage if you are sick or already have a condition like asthma, diabetes or even cancer.

Sometimes finding the right health plan can be confusing. – The good news is that you don’t have to figure it out alone. There are specially trained counselors, called Navigators, who are available to help you learn about your choices and enroll for free – online, by phone, or in-person. To enroll online or find a Navigator near you, visit www.GetCoveredIllinois.gov or call the toll-free Help Desk at (866) 311-1119, open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.



Voluntary Student Accident Insurance
The Des Plaines School District 62 now provides you with the opportunity to purchase student accident insurance.



Parents' Guide to Student Success provides an overview of what your child will learn by the end of each grade in mathematics and English language arts/literacy. It focuses on the key skills your child will learn in these subjects, which will build a strong foundation for success in the other subjects he or she studies throughout the school year. This guide is based on the new Common Core State Standards, which have been adopted by more than 40 states. These K–12 standards are informed by the highest state standards from across the country. If your child is meeting the expectations outlined in these standards, he or she will be well prepared for the next grade.



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