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As we prepare for the end of the school, I am providing a few  resources for virtual camps, academic programs, and online apps to help you plan summer options for students.  Virtual Camps and Fine Arts Programs: You can find all the details about Camp KiwiCo here.  We are Knitters is teaching students how to...
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There is some confusion with the  fourth quarter grading policy. Please follow the grading guidelines provided in the link below.  Link to CPS Grading Policy:  https://cps.edu/coronavirus/Pages/grading.aspx
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We stand in solidarity with Bretons Taylor, we breathe with George Floyd, we run with Ahmad Arbery and, we remember the names of many others lost to excessive force and injustice. Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, the death of George Floyd may make us feel like the country is being torn apart. We...
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Today’s email will be our usual weekly update of information. We hope that you have found the resources we have been sending out this week useful. Please continue to reach out if you need additional support.  Have you heard the great news of Crayola releasing new packs of crayons to represent the world’s skin tones?...
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I am not okay. In light of the recent protests and riots that have shaken our city to its core, I feel it is best to focus our attention on more direct services and the immediate needs of our community. Here are resources to help our school community address the societal issues that brought the protesting to...
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South Loop Family,In light of everything that’s going on, I want to continue sharing resources with our school community as we seek to find ways to engage with our children appropriately around topics that can be challenging to approach.  Some resources might include data that surprises you or causes you to pause for a moment, because sometimes these conversations...
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South Loop Family, Our nation and our beloved City are gripped by outrage at recent events of racism, violence  and injustice.  To say that 2020 has been a challenging year, would be an understatement. However, I know there is a lesson somewhere in all of this uncertainty. During this time, I appreciate our school community...
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Hello Lion Pride! This week I will focus on the possible ways we may social distance and great  “Zen” places to virtually travel to. Hopefully not too far off in the future, we will be seeing all of our favorite city sites and restaurants open with IDPH approved safety guidance. We all are dreaming of...
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Virtual Summer School | Exams | NO Summer Camp | Personal Items at School | Yearbook | Returned Fees | Returning Technology & Instruments | Graduation Information (8th Grade) Please read through the following information. It will help to answer many questions you have had about the end of the school year and other logistics....
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