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Welcome to Fabyan 411 — your place for all the information you need to know about Fabyan Elementary School. 

Office Staff

Mrs. Lauri Haugen, Principal
Mrs. Linda Zulkowski, Student Assistance Coordinator
Mrs. Terry Kuyawa, Principal's Secretary
Mrs. Jamie Hunter, Building Secretary
Mrs. Amy Ebert, Building Nurse

School Hours

Office Staff: 7:30 am. – 3:15 pm
School Day: 8:00 am – 2:15 pm

Reporting an Absence

The attendance line number is 630-444-8601.

When your child is absent, please call the school attendance line before 8:00 a.m. If your child is not in school and we have not heard from you, the school will call you to confirm the absence. This procedure is vital for the safety of our students. Fabyan's Attendance Line number (answering machine) is available 24 hours a day so that you can call to report your child's absence. Parents may request homework to be picked up after 2:15 p.m. in the office or to be sent with a sibling at this time.

Early Dismissal

There are certain school days on the School District Academic Calendar that are marked as School Improvement Days or Professional Development Days. These days are half-days for students.  On early dismissal days, Fabyan students start at 8 a.m. and dismiss at 11:20 a.m.
 
Early Dismissal Days
Start Time: 8:00 a.m.
End Time: 11:20 a.m.

Lunch Program

Fabyan Elementary School uses PushCoin, a computerized debit system for lunch purchases. All students at FES have a debit account and this is used to purchase milk, lunch or both. PushCoin allows parents to deposit money into their account online with a check or credit/debit card. To deposit money online for the first time, you will need your child's ID number. If you do not know his/her ID number, please call the office at 630-444-8600.

For complete information about the Geneva 304 Lunch Program, including menus, lunch prices, PushCoin payment system and more, please visit the District's Lunch Program page at this link.

Visitor Policy

All visitors to Geneva schools are required to present a driver’s license or other state-issued identification for admittance. The identification presented will be held in the main office and will be returned when the visitor leaves the building. The building secretary will enter the identification into the Raptor V-Soft Visitor Management System, which will cross-reference the visitor’s information with a database of sex offenders throughout the United States maintained by Raptor Technologies and any court orders provided to the District to protect students.

Individuals cleared by the V-Soft System will be issued a visitor badge and lanyard that must be visibly worn while in the school and returned to the school office upon leaving. If a potential threat is identified, the V-Soft System will instantly alert designated officials, such as administrators and law enforcement. In these cases, visitors will be denied access to the building.

The district understands that this process can seem tedious, but we hope you understand that it is in the safety interest of our students. We look forward to welcoming you to our buildings!

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