STUDENTS | 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.
STUDENTS | February 27, 2020
The orchestra program at Hibbard Elementary is the perfect complement to classroom learning—bringing a positive impact to students in multiple ways.
STUDENTS | February 25, 2020
The slam team’s name—Poetic Justice—reflects their goal of using poetry to draw attention to important topics that the team cares about.
STUDENTS | February 24, 2020
A wax museum is a fun, interactive way for students to learn about prominent African American leaders and their vast range of contributions.
STUDENTS | February 11, 2020
New Sullivan’s undefeated boys basketball team attributes their victory streak to their dedication and teamwork.
STUDENTS | February 4, 2020
“What would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision be for America in 2020?” Though it’s a question that could prompt hours upon hours of discussion, fourth- and fifth-grade students at Mildred I. Lavizzo Elementary were invited to tackle it in a small yet powerful way: a five-minute speech.
STUDENTS | January 29, 2020
This North Side elementary school has played an important role in strengthening a sisterhood over the years.
STUDENTS | January 2, 2020
How 2020 is shaping up to be a transformative year for five Harlan Community Academy freshmen.
STUDENTS | August 1, 2019
The five-week summer program is specifically targeted for underrepresented high school students of color.
STUDENTS | July 30, 2019
Early Childhood Education CTE students are placed into classrooms to give them a taste of life as a teacher.
STUDENTS | July 1, 2019
All CPS students are welcome at Safe Haven sites throughout Summer Break.