skills of coordination and communi-cation. It forces us to see the
BIGGER picture and celebrate
successes (both of individuals
and of teams). Together we can
make our game plan for this winning
JWS CS4ALL School
Join JWS in Shoparoo
Please join JWS in Shoparoo. Help JWS raise funds by shopping anywhere and scanning your receipts into the shoparoo app for Roo Bucks and Raffles or send receipts to Mrs. Chacon (room 209) and I will scan them in for you. Instructions
* Download the Shoparoo app
* Sign up with our school
* Use the code maf17620 for extra Roo $
* Scan receipts in as you shop
* See how you rank on the School Leaders list.
* Watch our funds grow
Top 5 Shoparoo School Leaders
Mrs. Ray 2,020
Joyce Hui 710
Cathy Chacon 225
Don Don 205
* There will be a winner every month.
* If you win then you are not eligible to win again until the following January. This gives other people a chance to win
* Please only register in one name...so that no one wins more than once a year.
* We will be going from January to January.
* Keep scanning even if you won already...it gives our school funds :)
January - Ms. Moy (Legomaster)
February - Megan Huang
March - Joyce Hui
April - G B
May - Mrs. Ray
June - Don Don
July - Emily
October - Joyce Hui
November - Mrs. Ray
To learn about Parent Portal please watch this video
Attached please find a letter that informs parents about the application process for current prekindergarten students and students who have a sibling currently enrolled at your school.
Mrs. Anderson read to Pre-Kindergarten through 1st grade. Lots of great questions were asked and students did activities along with their stories.
JWS students participated in the Chicago Student Invention Convention. Check them Out!!!
Zapata meets Alderman Solis:
Do you remember the little kid from Jerry Maguire, Ray Boyd? Yesterday I was paid a visit from one of my youngest constituents, 7 year-old Isaac Zapata, and he had his version of “the human head weighs 8 pounds” of information to share with me. Isaac, whose name is very fitting to the profession he wants to be when he grows up, a (nature) scientist, is a human encyclopedia, albeit a tiny one, of Monarch Butterfly knowledge. He had his mom reach out to my office so he could pitch me on his proposal to help preserve the monarch population in our own (Pilsen) backyard. This is necessary to help them complete their generational migration from Canada to Mexico. As it turns out, he nailed his scientific-based proposal, and our office is on board.
Great job, Isaac, (and mom, Jessica Copilkiahuitl Zapata).