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  • Who is Sor Juana?

    Who was Sor Juana? Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz was born November 12, 1651 near Mexico City. As a young child, Juana would often hide in her grandfather’s hacienda reading the books from his adjoining library, something that was forbidden to girls.

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  • Benefits of A Classical Program

    A Classical education fosters higher-level skills including problem-solving, critical thinking, creative thinking, and research skills that will allow high-performing students to meet their full academic potential.

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  • What Does Steam Look Like?

    Sor Juana will have a brand new STEAM lab which can be best described as “a gymnasium for critical thinking”. In this lab, students will apply a wide range of technology to age-appropriate projects that are both high-interest and academically rigorous.

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  • Student School Photos
    Student's photos from Picture Day are being sent home in their Red Folders on Monday. If you have any questions regarding portrait packages, please visit inter-state.com/support to schedule a call, email, or chat with a customer service representative. Picture Re-take Day is scheduled for Tuesday, November 19th.
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  • Scholastic Book Fair at Sor Juana
    We are excited to announce that Sor Juana will be hosting its first book fair in the school library, Tuesday Nov.12th - Friday Nov. 15th. 
    We are looking for 3-5 volunteers, if you are interested, please complete this quick Google Form. If you have any questions, please reach out to Ms. Rodarte and blgarcia@cps.edu
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  • Show your pride with a Sor Juana yard sign!  Yard signs will be distributed to every Sor Juana family during the following dates:
    • Monday, November 4th 3:00pm-4:45pm
    • Tuesday, November 5th 3:00pm-5:00pm
    • Wednesday, November 6th 3:00pm-4:00pm
    • Thursday, November 7th 3:00pm-4:00pm
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  • Library Information
    Our school library contains over 5,000 amazing titles that offer a range of interesting non-fiction topics, chapter book series, graphic novels, Spanish titles, and more! Students may search for titles and topics from home to check availability at www.library.cps.edu. Enter school name and click on LS2Kids. Any questions, please reach out to Mrs. DeJesus or Mrs. Rodarte.   
    The Library schedule is below (by homeroom):
    Room 107 (Ms. Juarez) - Monday
    Room 105 (Ms. Scott) and Room 201 (Ms. Gonzalez) - Tuesday
    Room 104 (Ms. Knytych) - Wednesday
    Room 106 (Ms. Torres) - Thursday
    Room 103 (Ms. Velazquez) and Room 202 (Ms. Guzman) - Friday
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  • Tutororing Sessions
    Parents! If you are in need of tutoring sessions for your children, please contact our school counselor. We have local college students who are trained and available for slotted sessions at our schools.

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