Call for 2018 Graduates!

Let us know if you have a graduate this year, we want to honor them at our annual Achievement Celebration!

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And RSVP for the event here: https://goo.gl/forms/mwIglAVqzc2WE1jF3

We’d also like to recognize ALL special achievements over the past school year:
Honor Roll
Perfect Attendance
Spelling Bee Participants
Speech Contest Participants
Science Fair Participants
History Fair Participants
Art Fair Participants
Decathlon Team Members
Student Council Members
National Honor Society
Sports Team
Music
Theatre
Any School Club/Team Participant
Milestone Achievement
Any Other Special School Recognition

Email student’s name, grade, school and recognition to Lisa at lkbernal@cps.edu so they can be recognized at the event!

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Hiring for Summer Camp positions in Delton, MI

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Go to circlepinescenter.org for more info

Next tutoring session starts April 23rd

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Does your child need help getting a head start on the new school year? Would you like one-on-one instruction for them? Join us at St. Kateri Center for after-school tutoring from 3:30-5pm! We will have a CPS teacher and program staff on hand to assist your child and afternoon snacks are provided 🙂
Can’t make it to St. Kateri Center but your child still needs help? Email lkbernal@cps.edu or call 773-534-2735 to request individual services at a convenient location to you and your family.

National Indian Health Board -Tribal Youth Health Policy Fellowship

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2018 Tribal Youth Health Policy Fellowship
The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) is pleased to announce that applications for the 2018 Tribal Youth Health Policy Fellowship are now open!
The National Indian Health Board’s second cohort of Fellows will consist of 12 Native youth from around the country to engage throughout the year in Indian health policy and programming efforts. The Fellows will engage in Indian health policy solutions, tell their personal story, and advocate for changes in the healthcare and public health systems important to their Tribal communities.
The Fellowship provides youth with key opportunities for relationship- and skills-building that allows them to return home feeling empowered, connected to other Native youth, and well equipped to be the next generation of advocates for Indian health.
Tribal Youth Health Policy Fellowship
The inaugural group of Health Policy Fellows received Indian health policy, law, and advocacy training, strengthened their leadership skills, and learned how to effectively serve as future Tribal leaders and Board members.
NIHB hopes to build off the success and experiences of the first cohort of Fellows and encourage all who are eligible to apply. One of the many goals of the NIHB is to teach tribal youth about governance structures and the federal trust responsibility and we will continue to work with Tribal youth to improve the healthcare system of Indian Country.
Deadline: April 6, 2018

 

Lunar New Year, Year of the Dog

This Saturday, join us in participating and performing at the Lunar New Year, St Andrew Church, 5649 N. Sheridan Rd at 1:30 pm.  This is a Free event and open to the Public.

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Save the Date- Annual Achievement Celebration!

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Join us for an afternoon of celebration as we recognize and honor this school year’s graduates, student achievements, and program participants.

This year’s celebration will be held at the National Museum of Mexican Art, 1852 W 19th Street. Lunch will be served and a headcount is required per attendee.

This event is open to Chicago Public Schools families and the Chicagoland Native American Indian Community members

Thank you for RSVPing in advance and we look forward to meeting you there!

RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/oLFQzdqOB9DsCQgv1