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February 2016

10 YOUR VOICE MATTERS FEBRUARY 2016 "EDUCATION" TASK FORCE Meeting

5:30 pm - Urban Partnership Bank, 2nd Floor, 7801 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60619

June 2016

17 End of School Year March for PEACE!

7 pm - St. Sabina, 78th Place and Throop, Chicago, IL 60620

July 2016

7/11–8/5 Auburn Gresham GOLD Mini-CAMP 2016 COMING!

9 am–3 pm - Westcott Elementary School, 409 West 80th Street, Chicago, IL 60620

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Auburn Gresham Elementary Principals Band Together To Raise Literacy Levels

The Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation and United Way of Metro Chicago are working to transform the lives of neighborhood students, families through new Auburn Gresham GOLD initiative.

AUBURN GRESHAM GOLD SCHOOLS: A COMMUNITY DRIVEN EDUCATION INITIATIVE

The initiative, dubbed Auburn Gresham GOLD is an improvement plan which targets Kindergarten through 3rd grade academics while also providing social support for the parents and families of students

Chance The Rapper Gives $1 Million To Chicago Public Schools

CHATHAM — Grammy Award winner Chance The Rapper announced Monday he will donate $1 million to the Chicago Public Schools for arts education — a move that drew praise from former first lady Michelle Obama — but he said talks over the weekend with Gov. Bruce Rauner failed to find a way to end the financial crisis engulfing Chicago's schools.

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