Parents & Community

Admissions

CollegeRowe Elementary school accepts applications for Kindergarten through 8th grade. In order to attend Rowe you must live in the City of Chicago. We are currently accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year.

Important dates for the 2017-2018 application process are listed below:

  • Summer Scholar Orientation Sessions: August 24th and August 25th, 2017

Please submit applications in hard copy to either campus or email them to cmccracken@nush.org.

Calendar

Check Your Child's Progress

Illuminate is a new data platform used by Rowe to track student grades, test scores, behavior and much more! The Illuminate Home Connection is easy-to-use and accessible from home.

  • Website: https://rowe.illuminatehc.com/login
  • User: Scholar's ID # (sent home via letter, also available upon request from our office)
  • PW: 123456 (You will be prompted to change this password upon logging in the first time)

A letter has been sent home with each scholar with ID information to set up your account. A copy of the letter without student data is available in English and Spanish below. If you need additional help, connect with our Main Office for more information about how to sign up!

Illuminate Home Connection Letter

Forms

For your convenience, please open and print the forms below and bring them to the main office:

Lunch Menus

Your scholar's lunch menu can be found below. Remember, if you send a lunch with your scholar, make sure it aligns to our nutrition policy.

September

October

November

December

Parent Engagement

rowe_pacThe success of Rowe Scholars depends on the active engagement of parents, guardians and other adults in each scholar's life. There are many ways for parents to get involved, including the following.

Parent Volunteers

All Rowe parents commit to a minimum of 2 volunteer hours over the school year to benefit their scholar's educational programming (see Family Pledge). Parents can volunteer to be a classroom speaker, support with dismissal, chaperon events or field trips, or donate items to classrooms. Parents should sign-in with teachers or main office when volunteering or donating to track Volunteer Hours. For more information, please contact Mrs. LeShonne Segura at lsegura@nush.org.

Parent Advisory Committee

The PAC: Parent Advisory Committee is composed of parents from all grade levels who wish to represent all parents and make decisions that affect scholars and families school-wide. The PAC plans and executes events and fundraisers, leads parent problem solving and builds strong connections among Rowe families. All meetings will take place in the elementary school cafeteria. See monthly calendars for more information.

Parent Resources

Academic Resources

Social Media & Online Safety

  • Online Safety Game - Battle a villain who is spamming people with messages with the goal of making the town safe again. It's a cute way to explain internet safety to kids run by AT&T.
  • Teen Safety Guide - Content is best suited for older kids (5-8 grades)
  • Parents Guide - Learn about the internet safety dangers and what you can do to keep them from happening.

Uniform Resources: Below are some popular uniform resources for items we do not sell at Rowe, but are a required part of our uniform.

Other Resources

 

Advocacy

At Rowe, we believe our school and scholars’ success is directly tied to a strong partnership with our families. As a school, we strive to equip our parents with the tools and platform to advocate for issues that affect our school community, including equal funding and the access of high quality education in Chicago. Rowe encourages and empowers all parents to take action and make their voices heard so that we can work together to build a stronger community for our scholars.

Here are some simple ways you can take action:

Register to vote.

Your vote is your voice, so make sure you are heard at the polls. Register to vote online.

Know when to vote.

It's important to plan ahead to cast your ballot. Be aware of voting dates and deadlines.

Write to your representatives.

Find your lawmakers at the local and national level. Write to them about policies affecting your community.

Make your voice heard.

Email Ms. Segura to find out about other ways to get involved including writing letters to your newspaper, meet with elected officials, or participate in rallies.

Photo Galleries

Printable Calendar

Follow the links below for Rowe Elementary's monthly calendar:

Follow is the link for Rowe Elementary' s yearly calendar:

Rocket Reader

Follow the links below for Rowe Elementary's monthly newsletter, the Rocket Reader.

School Policies

Parent Handbook 2017-2018:    Download

Code of Conduct 2016-2017: Download

Outdoor Education Handbook: Download

Child Internet Protection Act (CIPA)Download 

Asbestos Policy: Download
Asbestos Notice SY16-17