PROMISE Day Bell Schedule
Palatine's Promise 10:35-10:55
Bullying & Safety Concern Center
The Bullying & Safety Concern Center is designed for individuals to report situations involving intimidation, harassment, threats, abuse, and other forms of bullying. It is also to be used to report any other safety concerns. It is usually best to talk directly with an administrator, counselor, psychologist, or social worker. However, since students and parents are not always comfortable doing so, this is another tool that can be used to report bullying or other safety concerns. To report a concern, click on the image below
Anonymous Tip Hotline
Anonymous tips or concerns can also be reported by calling 847-755-1911
About Palatine's Promise
Palatine’s PROMISE is a multi-faceted program that includes more than 120 students, one elected from every 2nd period class in our school. That diverse group, the Student Summit, now works with the faculty and staff members who have volunteered their time to be apart of Palatine's Promise. Each Summit class (i.e., freshman, sophomore, etc.) chose five members from their group to attend weekly meetings with the faculty/staff members before school to develop and coordinate the initiatives of the larger group. The initiatives include monthly in-class presentations, discussions, instruction, extracurricular activities, forums in the auditorium, and all-school assemblies---all designed to promote positive leadership and help make PHS an even better place.
This is the third year for Palatine's Promise. Many faculty members worked diligently at the end of last school year to review feedback from faculty and feedback from the results of the bullying survey administered to students last school year. Based upon that feedback, several of the faculty members met this summer to help outline/plan activities and revise the structure for the upcoming school year. However, a special thanks is given to Kris Stary for all her hard work this summer.
In-class activities this year will include “CTTP & PROMISE: What are they about; Stand Up and Say Something; Don’t just be a bystander; Inclusion verse Exclusion: The It Get’s Better Project; Responsibility; Cyberbullying; and A Year in Review. " The Student Summit members will help develop the materials, instruction, and activities. Every classroom teacher is provided with in-service training and/or instruction and materials to facilitate the monthly activities, which the students will help them conduct. Additional Forums in the Auditorium will be used to further address some of the topics.
Extracurricular activities this year will include a Health Fair, Bandapalooza, and Lunchapalooza, Palatine’s PROMISE's three-day version of the national Mix It Up At Lunch Day. All lunch periods on November 16-18 will include activities, and entertainment designed to encourage students to sit with, eat with, and interact with students unfamiliar to them.
The faculty of Palatine's Promise are very proud of our students and what we have accomplished together. We are very excited about what our students will achieve this school year.
For information regarding how Palatine's Promise was started, please refer to the article written by Bob Ingraham, Psy.D., NCSP, School Psychologist, Palatine High School by
Attention Summit Leaders!!!
Join the Face Book Group to help facilitate communication among the Summit Groups by clicking on the link below
Class of 2013 Summit Leaders: Jennifer Grapenthin, Eric Smith, Veronica Calvo, Alonso Rameriz, Robert Pechacek
Class of 2013 Summit Schedule
Class of 2014 Summit Leaders:
Sophie Foucault-Lawler, DeAnn Darow, Lauren McArdle, Thomas Mocon, Marni Foderaro, Fred Rasmussen
Class of 2014 Summit Schedule
Class of 2015 Summit Leaders: Sergio Lund, Kris Stary, Michelle Callisch, Susan Kirkman, Teri Havansek, Jaison Varghese
Class of 2015 Summit Schedule
Class of 2016 Summit Leaders: Nicole Richmond, Jason Wodzien, Miriam Bonilla, Jaclyn Friel, Jennifer Grapenthin
Class of 2016 Summit Schedule
DeAnn M. Darow, Elizabeth M. Harer, Eric R. Smith, Francisco Fernandez, Fred J. Rasmussen, Jaclyn N. Friel, Jaison Varghese, Jason E. Wodzien, Jeanne M. Hedgepeth, Jennifer A. Grapenthin, Jennifer L. Collins, Karen L. Gallagher, Karisa E. Andrianopoulos, Katie V. Kupka, Kendall R. Stromberg, Kristina M. Stary, Kyle A. Cauthorn, Lauren McArdle, Marni H. Foderaro, Mauricio Orozco, Michelle D. Calisch, Miriam Bonilla, Nicole L. Richmond, Robert E. Pechacek, Sergio M. Lund, Sophie M. Foucault-Lawler, Susan K. Kirkman, Susan L. Althoff, Susan Quinlan, Teri S. Havansek, Thomas Mocon, Toni A. Ventura, Veronica M. Calvo, Vinh T. Le
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