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Chicago Mayoral Forum Monday Night

Elections are right around the corner. Have you decided what issues are important to you?
If not, come join 44th Ward Ald. Tom Tunney and me, this coming Monday, as we give our thoughts about the issues closest to our hearts — and the qualities we are looking for in the next mayor of Chicago.
This community forum will be discussing topics of concern to the LGBT community, but you don’t need to be LGBT to attend and start thinking about how you’ll decide whom to support.
It will be held at the Humboldt Park Field House, 1400 N. Sacramento, this Monday, Dec. 6th at 6:30pm.
LGBTQ Community Forum Flyer


Sincerely,


Roberto Maldonado
Alderman, 26th Ward


Parents: Are you looking for a good school close to home?
Applications for next school year in all grades- K-8, deadline is Friday, December 17*.

Ana Roqué de Duprey Elementary School
Math & Science Specialty Program
2620 West Hirsch
Chicago, IL 60622
(773) 534-4230


A small school with a big heart. Located in the West Town Community, Duprey is a small school of 100 students, with space to expand our program. As a small school within a larger campus, we offer the personalization and caring of a small school with the amenities of a large facility.


They are now accepting:

  • Full-day Kindergarten
  • Free before and after school programs
  • Small School
  • No Waiting List
  • Safe and orderly climate/ Bully-Free Zone
  • Healthy School- Daily physical activity & nutritious meals

They offer a rigorous and challenging Math and Science program for all students. Math is taught for one hour daily. In grades 6-8, Science is taught for one hour daily in our science lab by a Science Specialist. High School Algebra is offered for advanced students. We also provide many other opportunities and activities to make math and science engaging and fun.


The CPS 2011 – 2012 Standard Elementary Applications are available here.
The Application Deadline is December 17, 2010. Our School’s code # is 7510RQ

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