Heineman Middle School
725 Academic Drive
Algonquin, IL 60102                                         

Main Number: (847) 659-4300
Fax Number: (847) 659-4320
Absentee Line: (847) 659-4311 
Nurse:  (847) 659-4304
Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
School Day: 7:30 a.m. - 2:25 p.m.
Principal: Mr. Jim Stotz
Assistant Principal: Mr. Brad Gillette
Bullying Tip Line: 847-350-1438

 Parent Information...
Please read the following:

This is a reminder of our school procedures regarding items being dropped off for students in the main office at Heineman Middle School. 
The main office has two call downs a day
 9am and 1pm

Heineman understands that students may forget homework or school related items and having a parent bring these to school is perfectly fine.  Please understand that we will not interrupt classroom instruction or academic progress for these items to be given to the appropriate student.

Additionally, if a student has called home for a parent to bring an item to school, he/she is always welcome to pick it up during passing periods throughout the day.  The students can also come down during their lunch period to pick up any dropped off items.  Otherwise, the students will be called down at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.

If you know your child is going to be absent in advance please contact the office as soon as possible so your child can get a "request for homework absence sheet" 

To request homework if your child is sick please contact the study hall teacher by 9:00 am.

Birthday lunch treats brought to Heineman should be limited to just your child. The large quantities of pizzas, soda, and desserts being brought in during lunch periods are causing an unnecessary disturbance in our cafeteria. Thank you for honoring this request and keeping your child's treat just for him/her to enjoy.

Any questions about field trips please contact
your child's study hall teacher.

After School Activity Bus
$3 (single ride) $14 (5 rides) $55 (20 rides) .
It leaves @ 4 and students must sign up before 1 pm on the link at the top of the page.

Homework Club is M-Th
from 2:30-3:45

Mission Statement
The Heineman Middle School mission is to serve the academic, physical, social, and emotional needs of students as they become  respectful, responsible, and be involved.

Vision Statement
Our vision is to provide rewarding experiences for every student through academic achievement and service learning.

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Be Respectful... Be Responsible... Be Involved

Daily Announcements
Wednesday 10/29/14:

This week our school is celebrating Red Ribbon Week!

Here is the schedule of special days: 

Monday – Rally in Red – wear as much red as possible; wristbands are to be given out to everyone in the building – (StuCo delivered 300 to each grade level – please share!)  Red strips of paper will also be given to each study hall for students to write a drug-free message on.  Please make a chain out of your study hall’s ribbons and deliver them to Ms. Conoboy (7-1) by the end of the day on Tuesday. 

Tuesday – Tune Out Drugs – iPods in study hall

Wednesday – Turn Your Back on Drugs – wear your shirts backwards

Thursday – Band Together Against Drugs – wear your favorite rock band shirts, head bands, bandanas, etc.

Friday – Be Smart!  Don’t Do Drugs!  - Students will receive SMARTIES at lunch.


This is a reminder to all students and parents that all students staying after school are to be attending a specific club/activity or event. Students whom stay after school to "hangout" with friends in the supervision room will be sent home immediately. 

A responsible student will be ready to work hard at the beginning of the new quarter.

Attention 7th and 8th graders, do you have an idea that you are passionate about?  Are you interested in telling others?  If so then TED-Ed Heineman is for you.  Students will be design, create and publish presentations about their passions.  There will be an informational meeting for students after school on Wednesday, November 5th in F213.  Bring your passion!

This is the last week to order a yearbook at the discounted price of $28.00.  Next Monday, November 3rd the price will increase. 

Attention Student Council – This Thursday’s meeting is for the Events Committee.  The meeting will be held in Ms. Smith’s room and will end at 3:30.  Please let Mrs. Smith know if you are unable to attend.

Attention service club members- Our first meeting will be on Wednesday, October 29 from 2:30-3:45 in the choir room. Please let Miss Morgan know if you are able to help with the trick or treating event on Wednesday, October 29 from 5:00-8:00PM, or if you are interested in helping with Mackeben Market Day or Heineman concessions. Please see Miss Morgan if you are interested in purchasing a t-shirt and have not received a flyer.

Attention Ecology Club members.  Our next meeting will be held on Friday, November 7 from 2:30-3:45 in the choir room.  We will be working in the garden so bring a snack for yourself and a change of clothes. Please see Miss Morgan if you are interested in purchasing a t-shirt and have not received a flyer.

Today’s band lesson schedule:  

1st period

6th Grade Saxes A

2nd period

6th Grade Saxes B

3rd period

6th Grade Trumpets A

4th period

6th Grade Trumpets B


Spring Pictures April 20
(these dates are subject to change)

Need to update phone number or email address for your contact information? Please email: studentupdate@district158.org

Parents: The link to haiku is http://district158.haikulearning.com

Food Service Payments -www.mylunchmoney.com 



Click here to place an order

Paper orders are due Friday, September 12, 2014
-Internet orders are due by 11:00 p.m.
on Tuesday, September  16, 2014.

Pick up Date/Time: Friday, September 19, 2014
Pick up time 2:15-3:15 pm

Click here to visit the PTO website:

Want to volunteer for the PTO???
Call 847-659-4315 for more information.

**Attention Student Athletes**
You must have a current sports physical on file in the nurse's office (at Heineman) in order to try-out or participate on any athletic team. 


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