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Update for Families Regarding Student Protections

Date: September 20, 2018 Author: Daniel Gomez Categories: News, Principal's Meassage

September 20, 2018 Dear CPS Parents and Families, We are looking forward to welcoming students back for another great school year with you and your children. As we get closer to the opening of schools, I wanted to provide another update on our work this summer to ensure student safety. We made an unprecedented effort…

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CPS: New HS Application Process

Date: June 12, 2017 Author: Daniel Gomez Categories: News

For our 7th grade families, high school application season for school year 2018-19 is quickly approaching. There are a lot of things to prepare before then, but the most important among them is to complete the first step in the application process by visiting and subscribing to the mailing list today.   By completing…

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School Quality Rating Policy

Date: March 31, 2017 Author: Daniel Gomez Categories: News

Dear Parents and Guardians, Below, CPS has a family letter regarding the School Quality Rating Policy.  A Spanish version is also included. 03.31.17 SQRP ES families_eng 03.31.17 SQRP ES families_es

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Civil Rights Lawsuit Update

Date: March 6, 2017 Author: Daniel Gomez Categories: News

Attached is an update on the Civil Rights update.  The second attachment is the update in Spanish.   Civil Rights Lawsuit Update_First CPS Court Appearance Spanish_3-3-17_Lawsuit_Update (Espanol)  

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New Letter from Senator Steans

Date: March 3, 2017 Author: Daniel Gomez Categories: News

March 3, 2017 Dear Friends, Gov. Bruce Rauner sank to a new low this week, and he took the state’s latest hope for a budget deal with him. For unclear reasons, the governor chose to interfere in Senate negotiations on the much-anticipated grand bargain, a package of bipartisan measures designed to cut costs, reform state…

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Letter from Senator Steans

Date: May 17, 2016 Author: Categories: News, Senator

Dear Friends, Illinois’ system of funding public education is one of the least equitable in the nation. Far too often, where a child lives determines the quality of his or her education in Illinois public schools. The distribution of state resources doesn’t do nearly enough to counterbalance the effects of poverty and inadequate local tax…

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20 For 20

Date: May 2, 2016 Author: Daniel Gomez Categories: News

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Hayt Awarded Creative Grant!

Date: January 3, 2016 Author: Daniel Gomez Categories: News

For the third year in a row, Hayt School was awarded the Creative Arts grant worth $10,000.  This grant will be used to support our independent teaching artist, Ms. Chris Inserra.  Ms. Inserra will incorporate music and social studies with selective classrooms.

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Hayt’s New Playground Opens for Play!

Date: September 29, 2015 Author: Categories: News

On Monday, September 28th, Hayt School’s opened its new playground for child’s play! Three classrooms; a kindergarten, 2nd grade and 4th grade classrooms attended the ribbon cutting ceremony along with about 20 parents and community members. Joining Mr. Gomez for the ceremony were the 48th Ward Alderman, Harry Osterman and Network 2 Chief, Phil Salemi….

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Principal’s Message

Date: September 29, 2015 Author: Categories: News

Welcome to Stephen K. Hayt School’s new website! Hayt School is a Chicago Public School that serves over 1000 students from Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood, grades pre-k through 8th. Many of our students are from other countries, making Hayt very diverse and culturally rich. Over 30 languages are spoken by our students. Our students are learning German as…

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