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How to apply to CPS selective enrollment elementary schools and magnet schools
It’s the time of year again! Chicago Public Schools (CPS) opened its applications for the 2022-2023 school year on Wednesday, October 13; the deadline to apply is December 15 at 5pm. Students entering...
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How to help your child get ready for kindergarten
Is your child starting kindergarten next year? Consider taking a proactive approach to ensuring he or she is ready to arrive at kindergarten and learn. Evidence increasingly suggests that the are...
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CPS Universal Pre-K: What you need to know
If you have ever felt confusion about Chicago’s public preschool admissions, procedures and offerings, you are not alone. The process and nomenclature have changed each year, with various names, ...
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New Lawsuit Against Latin School Just Filed in Bronstein Suicide.

https://www.scribd.com/document/663218557/2023-07-22-Second-Amended-Complaint-With-NOF-and-COS#   https://www.scribd.com/document/663218626/2023-07-22-Exhibits-to-Second-Amended-Complaint ...

Latin vs. Parker for JK

We are fortunate enough to be admitted at Parker and Latin for JK next year and are trying to get a sense for what folks think of the schools and how they differ. For parents who have considered these schools, what do you see as the key differences, and what are the reasons you like one school bette...

Question about a CD for a minor

My son has saved $1000 and has it in a savings account. CD rates are really good right now, so I told him we should park it there. Can he open a CD at age 17 or do I need to? I was thinking I would just open the CD and not fuss around with having his name on it since it is a small amount, but though...

Amundsen

We live in Amundsen’s boundaries.  I keep hearing that Amundsen is doing great things but most kids at our private school opt for Lane or DePaul or other Selective Enrollment CPS/North Shore privates.  I have a 7th grader so we are starting to explore options .  Is Amundsen finally the neighborhood ...

Meeting with school for 504 plan diagnosis - need advice

I have a 504 plan evaluation meeting with my son's CPS high school next month. He has suffered from anxiety for years and sees a therapist.   Is this meeting just a formality? Is there really a chance that he could be denied? Pedriatrician assured me that he more than meets the conditions ...


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