SCHOOLS | May 8, 2020
Thank you to our teachers for your engagement, commitment, and (virtual) hugs while taking on remote learning.
SCHOOLS | May 7, 2020
To our educators at Shoop, Garvey, Mireles, Gillespie, Salazar, Aldridge, and the rest of our schools across the city, thank you for all that you do.
SCHOOLS | May 6, 2020
While every CPS nurse has their own reasons for choosing to serve Chicago’s students, they all share a common set of values.
SCHOOLS | May 4, 2020
Chicago Public Schools’ CEO, Janice K. Jackson, and CEdO Latanya D. McDade shout out the start of Teacher Appreciation Week 2020.
SCHOOLS | May 2, 2020
Principal Femi Skanes and her team at Morgan Park High School found a creative way to induct new members into the school’s National Honor Society.
SCHOOLS | April 30, 2020
What Remote Learning Looks Like for Two South Side Sisters Even though they both attend McClellan Elementary in Chicago’s Bridgeport neighborhood, sisters Tamiah and Taylor H. […]
SCHOOLS | April 29, 2020
One Teacher’s Approach to Making Remote Learning a Success for Her Pre-K Students When she started her career as a speech therapist for CPS, Ms. Rosenda […]
SCHOOLS | April 28, 2020
How One Principal’s Focus on Staying Connected has Strengthened the Bonds within her School Community Every morning, students at Barnard Elementary in Chicago’s Beverly neighborhood have […]
SCHOOLS | April 24, 2020
Fine Arts teacher Deni Drinkwater tries to expose her students to as many artistic disciplines as possible.
SCHOOLS | April 23, 2020
Kathleen Keaty often finds herself thinking about the beginning of her career as a CPS nurse 13 years ago.
SCHOOLS | April 20, 2020
Faraday Elementary Teacher Ms. San Juaquin decided it was time to move in front of the camera and promote remote learning by writing her own rap.
SCHOOLS | March 5, 2020
Wadsworth’s robotics team, the Robotigers, focus on inclusion, innovation, and impact in the field of robotics and for their Woodlawn community.