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Child Learning Hubs

Students are learning from home this fall, and we understand that some of our families need immediate assistance with child supervision during remote learning. We are offering Child Learning Hubs from 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday. These are sites hosted by either CPS or community-based organizations where a limited number of students are able to attend remote classes while being supervised by an adult in a safe environment.

Please note that the classroom supervisors are not teachers and will not be able to offer your child with academic support.

Child Learning Hub Locations

Region School/Community Based Organization Name
Englewood Parker
Far North Jamieson
Far Southwest Lavizzo
Humboldt Park Ward L
Lawndale Mason
Little Village Madero
Little Village Rauner YMCA
Northwest Schubert
Pilsen Union League Boys & Girls Clubs - Club One
South Wadsworth
South Deering Bright
Southwest

Nightingale

South Loop

It Takes A Village

West Depriest
Woodlawn South Side YMCA
West Woodlawn Till

How to Enroll My Child

If you are interested in enrolling your child in a Child Learning Hub, please complete this survey.

Complete the Survey

  • Please note that completing the survey does not mean your child is enrolled. Child Learning Hubs are opened and filled on a rolling basis, and we will contact you by email when a seat is available.
  • If you need help completing the survey, registration form, or finding your child’s student ID number, please contact learningcenter@cps.edu for assistance.
  • If we invited you to enroll but you are unable to get your child to the assigned Hub, please let us know at learningcenter@cps.edu.
  • If you are not currently enrolled in a Child Learning Hub and looking for child care resources, please check additional resources listed on the My Chi. My Future webpage.

Eligibility

The Child Learning Hubs are available for *PreK-8 students enrolled in CPS schools, and priority for placement will be given to:

  • Families living in high-need communities according to UIC’s Hardship Index
  • Students living in temporary housing
  • Children of essential workers

*It Takes A Village (a DCFS Licensed Partner) is the only site that serves students PK - 8.

Families who choose to register their students at our DCFS-licensed partner locations will be required to provide on the first day of attendance:

  • Student birth certificate
  • State of Illinois Certificate of Child Health Examination
  • Enrollment documentation specific to the provider

Frequently Asked Questions