Join the West Ridge Chamber of Commerce as we celebrate the first annual West Ridge Fun Fest on August 28, 2016!
Several teachers at Clinton receive instructional coaching and professional development from the Children’s Literacy Initiative (CLI). They currently have a donor that is willing to match ANY donation up to $20,000. Consider donating so our teachers can continue receiving CLI’s exemplary services.
$20,000 Match Fund Challenge
For new gifts we receive between now and June 30, an Anonymous donor has matched your gift, dollar for dollar—up to $20,000! Please help us meet this challenge today by making a gift. Donate now at www.cli.org/donate-today.
- Your $10 gift gives a high-quality children’s book to a classroom.
- Your $50 gift creates a classroom reading nook for a child.
- Your $100 gift provides a teacher with one-on-one instructional coaching.
Your gift is so important to CLI because we are focused on ensuring low-income students can read and write on grade level by third grade by providing teachers with training and coaching in the best literacy practices.
Double your impact today. Donate online at www.cli.org/donate-today and help us meet this incredible match challenge.
Thank you again for your generous support!
The Windy City Hockey Foundation gave a hockey clinic to several students earlier this week. There was a fantastic turnout from our students and parents. Children learned the basics of hockey, participated in drills, and enjoyed pizza afterward! Thanks to everyone who volunteered their time and participated.
The middle school student council is hosting its first ever Family Movie Night on June 15th. Students, parents, and community members can view the Pixar animated film, Inside Out for $1-$2. Tickets are limited!
It has been brought to our attention that a suspicious male has been reported around the Clinton campus and community. The suspect has been described as a Hispanic male, age 20-24, that drives a silver sedan in the area. The police have been notified and reports have been made.
Please be sure that all students, families, and community members travel safely to and from school. Students are encouraged not to walk alone and to report any suspicious behavior to the authorities and/or adults immediately.