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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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  • Great Bedtime Story Pajama Drive Kick Off
    We will be kicking off our 2nd Annual Pajama Drive starting Dec. 3! Our goal is to collect 200 pairs of pajamas to donate to the Great Bedtime Story Pajama Drive through Scholastic Book Clubs.  The annual Great Bedtime Story Pajama drive is the largest pajama drive in Pajama Program's history. Classrooms across America have collected and donated more than 730,000 pajamas since 2009. 
     
    Here's what we need:
    • Brand-new pajamas in all sizes, from newborn to adult
    • Pajamas must be complete sets--a top and bottom or an appropriate nightgown
    • Pajamas for all seasons, but especially for the winter months

    If we are able to reach our goal of 200 pairs of pajamas, the entire school will get to participate in our very own Pajama Day before Winter Break!  
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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! Later this week, you will find a Christmas Wish List in your student's Red Homework Folder that you can complete with your student should you like to participate. 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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  • Vocabulary Parade Rescheduled Date--Wednesday, November 27th at 9am!!
    Our Vocabulary Parade has officially been rescheduled for Wednesday, November 27th at 9am. This is one of the 5 make up days that the District scheduled. Students will spend the first hour of the day from 8-9am preparing for the Parade and we anticipate that the Parade itself will last about 1 hour. We are once again looking for volunteers, please complete this form if you are interested. 
     
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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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