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News and Stories from across the District

08 December 2023

Take Five with Alicia Gomez: Computer Science Content Specialist

Alicia loves helping teachers integrate technology into their early childhood classrooms.

07 December 2023

Meet Burke Elementary School’s Math Wizard of the Month

Kaleb says that while his algebra class has been challenging, it's also a lot of fun once you get it down. 

06 December 2023

Stowe Eighth-Graders Raise the Bar with Impressive Accomplishments

Elizabeth and Bryan have set a great example for the students who will follow in their footsteps. 

01 December 2023

CPS in 2023: Back on Track and Breaking Records

After several challenging years, CPS students are once again showing substantial gains.

01 December 2023

Take Five with Anne Gray: Music Teacher at Franklin Fine Arts Center

Ms. Gray describes Franklin Fine Arts Center as "a magical place."

30 November 2023

Celebrating Friendsgiving at Avalon Park Elementary School

This event is sure to be a highlight of the school year for all of Avalon Park’s students. 

29 November 2023

Phillips High School Senior Passes the $1 Million Mark in College Scholarships

Desean has excelled as both a student and an athlete. 

28 November 2023

Garvey Elementary School Promotes Positive Relationships through Superman Ball

Every member of the Garvey team pitched in to make this event successful.

17 November 2023

Take Five with Antonio Thigpen: Special Education Classroom Assistant at Mason Elementary

Mr. T has always been someone who loves engaging with people and learning their stories.

16 November 2023

How One Mom Found the Perfect Elementary School for Herself and Her Son

Ms. Vega sees Barry as a school that makes sure that everyone, from its pre-k students all the way to its staff, continues to grow. 

14 November 2023

Enjoying Another Successful School Year at South Shore Fine Arts Academy

Mrs. Sims is glad her two daughters can benefit from the school's excellent teachers. 

09 November 2023

Celebrating Día de Los Muertos through Art and Literature

Community members at Nightingale Elementary dressed in traditional Mexican clothing, painted their faces as Calaveras, and carried photos of loved ones who have passed away for a Walking Ofrenda.