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Contingency Open School Sites For Network 11, April 1st

The Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) leadership voted to go on strike this Friday, April 1, 2016. CPS will not be operating a normal school day. Dowload the parent letter and share with the community!

This Friday, Chicago Public Schools (CPS) will be working with partners to open more than 250 contingency sites. These sites will be supported by trained staff, and will ensure students in attendance are safe, fed and engaged and will be available for families who are unable to keep their student(s) at home April 1.

If you are unable to keep your child at home or secure alternate care, you can find more information about your options for Friday by using our Student Site locator, which can be found at More information for parents is available at

  • By entereing your address, you'll receive an elementary and high school option for your child, as well as a Chicago Park District and Chicago Public Library site within a similar area.
  • Of options provided, simply select the site that best works for uou. If you choose a CPS school site, please make sre to register your student(s) for the day using the form provided, and to choose the school that matches your child's grade level.

For additional assistance and site location and registration please call 311 (the City of Chicago's information hotline).

For Auburn Gresham Network 11 the following CPS sites will be open:

  • Cook Elementary School
  • Paul Cuffe Elementary School
  • Earle Elementary School
  • Fort Dearborn Elementary School
  • Harper High School
  • Hope High School
  • Scott Joplin Elementary School
  • Libby Elementary School
  • Parker
  • Robeson High School
  • Sherwood Elementary School
  • Simeon Career Academy (High School)
  • Southside High School

Posted in City of Chicago, CAN TV, Community Highlights, Education Initiatives


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