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Ms. Garcia
I have a limited number of tickets available for the White Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday May 16. There is a limit of 4 tickets per family and tickets are available first come, first serve. Tickets are available for pick up in the main office (Main Building Only).
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If you have accepted a high school offer for fall, please read the information below. Feel free to contact Mrs. Brewer if you have any questions. The deadline for students to apply to Freshman Connection is rapidly approaching (June 14). School counselors are an integral part of Freshman Connection’s success and it is vital that...
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I have a limited number of tickets available for the White Sox vs. Cleveland Indians for Monday, May 13th. The game is at 7:10pm. Following is available: One pair of two tickets One group of three tickets  Two groups of four tickets  Tickets are available for pick up in the main office (Main Building Only)...
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Last week, students in 5th-8th grade had History Fair Showcases in the gym. Students presented their boards, as parents and students from other grades came to learn about this year’s theme “Triumphs and Tragedies” in history. Students had the option to write a paper, present a trifold board, or create a website. Below are some...
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Last week, students from Cleveland, OH who are part of the Wade Park Student Ambassador program came to visit South Loop School. Their program fosters the love of learning by focusing on academics, empowerment, and community service. Aside from their visit to our school, they also visited 2 other schools in the city, a few...
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Congratulations to South Loop’s Science Olympiad Team! On Saturday March 17th, the team competed at IIT for the Science Olympiad Regional Championship.  During a long day of competing in both written and build events, South Loop showed off their scientific and engineering skills.  This year, South loop competed in 20 events and metaled in 5...
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#lionpride is in full effect! 4th grader Sinan Abuzayd placed 3rd in the Citywide Spelling Bee!!! Also, a special shout out to Maya and Riya Joshi, both South Loop Elementary Alumni. Maya won 2nd Place this year and Riya won the citywide bee 2 years in a row! via Chicago Tribune https://chicago.suntimes.com/news/audubon-school-seventh-grader-aaron-chang-citywide-winner-advances-national-spelling-bee/ https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-cps-spelling-bee-photos-20190314-photogallery.html
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Last week, students from the Branch showed some love and appreciation for our Crossing Guard by making beautiful cards. Two students, Hazel and Butterfly, presented the cards, along with a “YOU ROCK” balloon! Being a Crossing Guard is an important job and helps keep our kids safe as they walk to and from school each...
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South Loop’s 6th Grade ELA teacher, Mr. Rocha is a finalist for UIC’s Rising Scholar Award. This is Mr. Rocha’s 3rd year teaching at South Loop, in addition to his year as Mr. Coppola’s student teacher. Please consider taking a moment to vote for him by visiting the link below. You will have to vote for others nominated for...
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South Loop graduate (Class of 2015), Andre “AJ” Reynolds just signed with the Chicago Fire Soccer Club! AJ has been with our South Loop family since Kindergarten. We watched him grow into an incredible young man and talented athlete! We are so proud of his accomplishment and cannot wait to catch him on the field!...
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