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Meet Three Outstanding CPS Clerks and Administrative Professionals
DISTRICT | April 21, 2021
Meet Three Outstanding CPS Clerks and Administrative Professionals

Our district’s clerks and administrative professionals are some of the most important individuals in our schools and district offices.

Eight Questions with an Eighth-Grader at Manierre Elementary
STUDENTS | April 15, 2021
Eight Questions with an Eighth-Grader at Manierre Elementary

Demari has a list of goals that extend far beyond elementary school: get a college scholarship, study anatomy, and become a doctor or a surgeon.

One Year Later: New Data Highlights Urgent Need to Reopen High Schools
DISTRICT | April 13, 2021
One Year Later: New Data Highlights Urgent Need to Reopen High Schools

Our students are tired, overwhelmed, bored, and frustrated—we need to change that. 

One Year Later: Three Hancock High School Students Describe their Experiences
STUDENTS | April 12, 2021
One Year Later: Three Hancock High School Students Describe their Experiences

Hear what Hancock students Evie, Alex, and Rachel have to say about their school year thus far.

Nightingale Assistant Principal Has Lifelong Love For Her School and Community
SCHOOLS | April 9, 2021
Nightingale Assistant Principal Has Lifelong Love For Her School and Community

AP Michelle Soto loves that her parents see Nightingale Elementary as a pillar of the community.

One Year Later: How I Want to Celebrate the End of My High School Experience
STUDENTS | April 8, 2021
One Year Later: How I Want to Celebrate the End of My High School Experience

If I could walk into a classroom tomorrow, the only way I could describe it is that it would feel like school.

Celebrating Our District’s Amazing Assistant Principals #APsRock
DISTRICT | April 6, 2021
Celebrating Our District’s Amazing Assistant Principals #APsRock

Our APs are always willing to go the extra mile for our students.

One Year Later: Curie HS Freshmen Reflect on Challenges and Triumphs
STUDENTS | April 5, 2021
One Year Later: Curie HS Freshmen Reflect on Challenges and Triumphs

Curie freshmen Divine and Lanayah have seen the importance of having adults they can rely on.

Mobile Museum of Tolerance Visits Ravenswood Elementary
SCHOOLS | April 2, 2021
Mobile Museum of Tolerance Visits Ravenswood Elementary

The Mobile Museum of Tolerance is an interactive way for students to learn about the past in order to create a more inclusive future.

A Smyth Elementary Teacher’s Thoughts on Equity and Neighborhood Schools
SCHOOLS | April 1, 2021
A Smyth Elementary Teacher’s Thoughts on Equity and Neighborhood Schools

Mr. Gunn has worked tirelessly to ensure that Smyth students can continue growing academically over the past year.

Transgender Day of Visibility
DISTRICT | March 31, 2021
Transgender Day of Visibility

As a district, we stand in solidarity with our transgender, non-binary and non-conforming students, staff, and community members.

Keeping Wednesdays Fun at Randolph Elementary
SCHOOLS | March 31, 2021
Keeping Wednesdays Fun at Randolph Elementary

Kindergarten teachers at Randolph Elementary believe that learning and growth have taken place in their classrooms every day.