Thanks to Mr. Zak's efforts, Clinton was one of only 2 CPS schools that was received back to school supplies from Back 2 School Illinois. Every single Kindergarten to 8th grade student received their own back to school kit!
Alderman Mr. O'Connor and CEO of Back 2 School Illinois, Mr. Kurtzman were present to pass out the kits to our students. Dont forget to look for our students on TV - The event was covered by Chanel 2 News, Channel 5 News, and WGN News!
First Lady of Chicago, Mrs. Amy Rule helped us welcome our students back to school. Our staff, students, and parents left a very good impression on our visitors!
The Network 2 Back to School Bash will be held on Monday, August 13th at Mather High School located at 5835 N. Lincoln 2:00 - 5:00 pm.
Come and join us for back to school celebrations!
• Meet your school’s leadership
• Receive free school supplies
• Get a head start on immunizations
• Enjoy free entertainment, food, activities & giveaways
The Chicago CareVan, a mobile immunization clinic, will be at the CPS Network Back to School Bashes! Free Immunizations The clinic provides no out of pocket cost services to all children from 0- 18 years of age, including all immunizations that are recommended by the CDC (with the exception of the chickenpox vaccine).
The clinic provides no out of pocket cost services to all children from 0- 18 years of age, including all immunizations that are recommended by the CDC (with the exception of the chickenpox vaccine).
Please help us get our students make sure all our students are medically compliant when the school starts!
Dear Clinton Families,
I hope you are enjoying your summer and taking advantage of the beautiful weather! If you have been by Clinton this summer you know our major roof and masonry project has begun. We are extremely excited to finally have been awarded this much needed capital improvement. In addition, this week we were also informed we will have a full time CPS social worker assigned to Clinton. In the past our social workers have been assigned at Clinton for three and a half days. With a school of over 1200 students it was evident we needed additional support in this area.
Attached is a letter from Dr. Janice Jackson and Mayor Rahm Emanuel detailing the funding awarded to Clinton this summer. I am grateful to both Mayor Emanuel and Dr. Jackson for funding these two major improvements for our school.
Enjoy the rest of your summer and remember we are open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:30-12:00. Due to the construction, you will need to enter the building through the parking lot - Door #12.
Maureen Delgado, Principal
"Clinton is Home" - Our first video highlighting our school is now released! Thanks to all the staff and students who participated in this video!
It is with sadness that we report to you the untimely passing of Steven Lagin. Steven was kind, smart, funny, and had a contagious smile. He along with his equally amazing brothers Sam (graduated in 2004), Robert (2008), Raymond (2012) and John (2017) attended Clinton starting in kindergarten and all graduated from our school. Anyone who ever had known any of these boys remembers them with only the fondest memories!
It is times like these where we must come together as a Clinton Family and support each other. We ask that you keep his family in your hearts during this difficult time.
The transition to Kindergarten is a major milestone for children and families as well. Please attend this workshop which will help you learn strategies to help your child's as they transition to Kindergarten!
WORKSHOP DETAILS HERE
All of Clinton had a great time in Springfield for the State History Fair and all the students won awards!!
Tanvir Kaur and Safia Hussain won a superior ribbon and were one of only two exhibits from the Junior catagory to represent Illinois at the National History Day in Maryland.
Philip Nguyen, Sana Nanlawala, and Hamsa Farah won excellent ribbons, as did Truc Nguyen and Zaryaab Khan.