Author: Jon Sallee

How was school today?

Asking “How was school today?” might not get you far. Instead, ask questions like these for a better picture of your scholar’s day:

  • What’s the coolest thing that happened? What wasn’t so cool?
  • Pretend you’re the teacher. How would you describe the day?
  • What made you laugh?
  • What was the most creative thing you did?
  • How were you kind or helpful today? Was anyone kind or helpful to you?

Thank you for supporting your child’s education!

Calumet City Health & Wellness Fair

Upcoming Health and Wellness Fair event in Calumet City this Saturday. They have a varied list of vendors who will be able to assist and offer services and resources to the families in our community: Secretary of State-New/Renew/Correct Driver’s License and State ID, Aunt Martha’s Health Centers, CEDA, Walgreens, and many more.

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Latino Art Beat competition

Latino Art Beat is offering $1,000-minimum scholarships to the winners of its 2018 visual arts competition for high school juniors and seniors. The theme for the arts competition is “What Hispanic Heritage & Culture Means to Me.” Artwork must be sent digitally via email to Latino Art Beat for judging; it must be accompanied by an entry form and original essay describing the piece. Latino Art Beat is also offering a film workshop this summer for film and animation students who attend a high school or college in Illinois. Attendees will produce a short film as part of the workshop. Film students interested must submit a recent film work of 15 minutes or less total running time. The deadline for all entries is May 18. Contact [email protected] for more information.