Cade Hadley was nominated by one of his general education teachers for the monthly Principal's Respect Breakfast. His teacher noted that Cade is a leader both inside and outside of the classroom, and always respectful of his peers and teachers. Way to start off your freshmen year, Cade! Keep up the great work!
Join us on Thursday, September 28th from 6 to 8 PM in the lower commons of the cafeteria. Bring a dish to share (with serving utensils) with other CD HS families. The CD Program also accepts donations of large dinner paper plates, utensils (especially forks), napkins, and liters of pop/juice/water. If you would like to donate, please send the item/items to school before Thursday with your son/daughter.
Hope to see you there!
Students dress up to show your spirit this week. Take a look at the theme for each day!
Monday - Pajama Day (not the ones you wore to bed, must be clean)
Tuesday - Suburban Parent Day & there will be a DJ in Commons during lunches
Wednesday - Hawaiian Day
Thursday - Decade Day: Freshman - 60's, Sophomores - 70's, Juniors - 80's, Seniors - 90's
& there will be Bingo in the Commons during lunches
Friday - T- Bolt Pride - Sophomores & Juniors wear Gold & Freshman and Seniors wear Black
Friday during 8th Period - The Homecoming Pep Assembly will be in the Main Gym.
Saturday- Homecoming Dance from 7 to 10. Ticket sales during all lunch periods. Parents, please make sure you complete the CD Homecoming Slip or notify your case manager, if your son/daughter buy a ticket for the dance
Go T- Bolts!
Ms. Korbel's Geometry students show their stuff on the white board in a recent class. Way to go, students! We are so proud of what you are accomplishing.
Over the summer, several CD students went to State in Bloomington, IL for Special Olympics. The following students won medals in their events: Tyler Olson took home the SILVER medal in the 100 m race walk and the SILVER medal in softball throw. Josh Martino took home the GOLD medal in softball throw. And, Zach Herzberger took home the BRONZE medal in softball throw.
Two sophomore girls in the CD Classic Program at Andrew High School were recognized at a Principal's Assembly for their great achievements last year! Lidia Panek was recognized for having over 25 hours of community service already and Anne McCullough was recognized for having perfect attendance last year as a freshman! Way to go, girls! You should be proud of yourselves, because we definitely are! Keep up the great work!
On September 6th, the CD Classic Program spent time teaching and reinforcing the 3 B's of CD (Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be Safe). The theme was "Fall into PBIS"! Students had a great day of learning and some fun, as they participated in fall themed activities.
On Friday, September 8th, the entire CD Program celebrated the new school year and our commitment to PBIS at Jaycee Grove Park in Tinley Park.
Students in Mrs. Nagy's physical science class started the year off focusing on a hurricane unit, given the tragic situations Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma have created in the southern states. All the staff and students are especially thinking about Mrs. Melanie Lindemulder who moved to Florida this summer and was directly hit by Hurricane Irma. Mrs. Lindemulder, we are thinking about you and sending you positive thoughts and wish you stay as safe as possible!
Students at CD Andrew watched a video that was made by Andrew HS students and staff during their advisory periods to remember and reflect on the dreadful day of September 11, 2001. Afterwards, the entire CD Classic student body came together to take a picture in front of Mrs. Nagy's "Flag of Honor" which has all the 3,000 plus names of the 9/11 victims.