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Bullying is a form of harassment which
is unacceptable behavior. Bullying is
defined as harassment verbally,
physically, and/or emotionally which is
repetitive in nature (similar behavior
which occurs more than once), creates
a power imbalance (by size, age, or
numbers), and is intended to hurt the
victim socially, emotionally, or physically.
Students and parents can report
incidences of bullying by completing the
Bullying/Harassment Report Form on
the District website. You can also get to
a report tool by going to "my school
sites" on your tablet or your teacher's
Haiku page. (See the Prezi presentation)
|It‘s that time of year again for Parent-|
|Teacher Conferences. To help our |
teachers through the day we would
like to provide them with some salty
and sweet snacks. We are looking
for donations of non- perishable
items such as; pretzels rods,
popcorn, crackers, chips, cookies,
candy etc. Please drop your
donations off to the front office at
Chesak and Martin between 11/17 –
11/21. We greatly appreciate your
|The Chesak / Martin PTA is hosting |
|our 4th annual Holiday Shoppe and |
we're looking for volunteers. Friday
December 12th, (3:30pm - 5:00pm to
set-up, 5:00pm - 6:30pm for shopping
help/ gym oversight for waiting room,
6:30pm - 8:00pm for shopping help/
gym oversight for waiting room,
8:00pm - 9:00pm for tear down and
clean up). Please let us know by
December 5th if you are able to help
during any of these times.
Welcome back to all returning families and a big WELCOME to all
new families. I am so proud and honored to work with an
amazing group of parents and staff this year on the Chesak/
Martin PTA as President.
As the new school year begins, we would once again ask for your
support so that we can continue making resources and learning
opportunities available to our students and staff. Your
membership allows CMPTA to raise funds to provide a wide
range of educational enrichment programs for the students.
Money raised through PTA membership, fundraisers helps to
fund some great i nitiatives. This year our dollars will be revenue
will be focused to help fund the new STEM lab at Martin, and to
fund additional supplies at Chesak for the roll out of tablets and
|Help out the District 158 preschool with their Papa John's Dine N' Share November 20th & 21st. Use |
|promo code 158PRE for online orders.|
|Need a great Holiday gift idea? Purchase a Martin or Chesak Tablet Sleeve (delivered before Winter |
|Break) for your student. Download the order form today!|
|Show us your school spirit! Send us photos of your student wearing their Chesak or Martin spirit wear. We |
|may post it on our website! Please email photos to email@example.com *By sending us your photo, you attest |
that you are the parent or legal guardian of the child or children in the photograph and that you have full authority to
consent and authorize CMPTA to use their likenesses
The National PTA has a web page dedicated to teachers: Focusing on the "T" in PTA. On this page, you will
find resources such as:
24th & 25th ....
Your generous gift will directly benefit the students at both Chesak and
Martin schools. We support over 2200 students and 350 staff between
both schools and rely on donations such as yours to run our
organization (we are 100% run by volunteers and
donations/fundraisers). Learn more about what we do.
Please consider donating to the Chesak/Martin PTA. The
Chesak/Martin PTA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and your
donation is tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
If you prefer to mail your donation, please print our donation form and
mail to: Chesak/Martin PTA, 10910 Reed Road, Lake in the Hills, IL
electronic curriculum. Over the years, theCMPTA has provided learning opportunities and social activities
that may have otherwise been unavailable to our students and families.
For any PTA to be effective and truly representative of the school, everyone’s participation is essential.
Many parents feel that they cannot participate in PTA because they cannot come to meetings or be at
school during the day. We want everyone to feel that they are part of the Chesak and Martin
community, and PTA is one of the best ways to get involved. Whether you have 30 minutes or a couple
of hours a month, your ideas, your time, your talents and simply your VOICE is truly needed. We can
match your time constraints and interests to needed tasks. There are endless possibilities in ways you
We have a strong community at Chesak and Martin and we are so glad you and your family are a part of it.
We look forward to seeing you really soon!
President, Chesak/ Martin PTA
(read entire message from the President here)
Unless otherwise noted PTA members may reproduce and distribute materials from the Chesak/Martin PTA web site without written permission.
The Chesak/Martin PTA is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. We are
one of the largest local chapters of the National PTA, headquartered in
Chicago. We support over 2200 students and 350 staff between both
schools and are a diverse organization made up of moms, dads, caregivers,
teachers and administrators.
10910 Reed Road
Lake in the Hills, IL 60156
Dine N' Shares are a great way to spend time together as a family
and help out our schools at the same time. When you eat out
during our Dine N' Shares, a portion of your purchase goes back
to Chesak or Martin. Bring the whole family and bring your
appetite to help raise funds for the Chesak/Martin PTA!
We hope you enjoyed the Garden Tours
the CMPTA Beautification Committee
offered this summer.
Saturday, May 17th - Garden Tour/Birds
of Prey (see photos)
Saturday June 21st - Garden Tour/Frogs
& Reptiles (see photos)
Saturday July 19th - Garden Tour/Mad
Science (see photos)
Saturday August 16th - Garden
Tour/Lemonade & Ladybugs (see photos)
Upcoming Dine N' Share dates:
- January 29th & 30th - Papa John's Dine' Share (benefits
- February 18th - Lou Malnati's Dine N' Share (benefits
Teams were given the job of designing a
rover that could move space rocks to the
space lab for further study. Teams of 3
or 4 students then had to design the
robot from scratch, build it, make sure
the motor actually made the robot move,
drive it, and then actually complete the
tasks of moving the rocks. Points were
given for the various sizes of rocks that
were moved. Extra points were given for
rocks that were lifted and moved.
Check out this Animoto made by the students in Ms. Bueche's class. We are proud to sponsor the Martin
S.T.E.M. Lab! (S.T.E.M. stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Thank you to everyone who has
participated in our fundraisers. You helped make this possible! See STEM Lab photos.