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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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  • December Events
    Wednesday, December 18th
    Winter Assembly (9am and 1pm)
    Please join us for a special performance by Sor Juana students!
    Students should come dressed in their assigned class attire
    (Check Music Class Dojo for more info)
     
    Thursday, December 19th
    Santa's Workshop
    Get decked out in your hippest holiday shirt or sweater, or even
    come dressed as an elf, as we will be making a special winter
    ornament craft with our Parent Mentors.
     
    Friday, December 20th
    Christmas Around the World
    Students will embark on their final field trip of 2019 to the
    Museum of Science and Industry! Students should
    wear their Sor Juana Pride shirts
                                                                       santa2 santa
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  • Six Flags Read to Succeed Program
    Read To Succeed is a free program that allows students in grades K-6 to earn tickets to Six Flags Great America just by reading six hours for fun. The reading logs have already been sent home. Directions on how to register your child online and how to submit reading minutes are included on the reading log.
    There are four easy steps:
    1. Register this fall using this link sixflags.com/books 
    2. Enter your child's teacher class code (on reading log being sent home) and other requested info
    3. Begin recording those extra reading minutes on paper log and
    4. Log in those minutes on your online account by the April deadline. 
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  • Museum of Science and Industry Field Trip Chaperones
     
    On Friday, December 20th, we will be taking a K-3 Field trip to the Museum of Science and Industry. The cost for students and chaperones will be completely free and permission slips were sent home earlier this week. The field trip will run from about 9:15am-1:45pm and the time commitment for chaperones will be from approximately 8:15am-1:45pm. 

    Chaperones must be Level 1 to sign-up and will be selected based on grade-level/class need and if they or their student has not had a participating chaperones on field trips this school year. Please take a few minutes to complete the MSI Chaperone Interest Survey
     
     
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  • Sor Juana Christmas Gift Partnership
    Sor Juana has once again partnered with a local law firm to provide gifts for students this Christmas! We would like to give the law firm as much time to go shopping as possible, so we are asking to have sheets returned by next Monday, November 25th. If you have a 2nd or 3rd grade student and you could use the additional support around the holidays, please feel free to complete this quick survey to nominate your student to be added to the Sor Juana Christmas Gift Partnership List. 
     
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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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