Entries by Lauren Albani

SY18-19 Open Houses for Prospective Families

We will be hosting several Open Houses for prospective families who are interested in applying for admission for the 2019-2020 school year. Open Houses will be held at 4pm on the dates listed below. The tours will start in the Main Lobby of the school at 1148 N Honore St. Tours are planned on the following dates: October […]

6th Grade Field Trip to the EPA

The entire 6th grade class went on a field trip to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Laboratory. While there, we got to meet the director of the lab and many of the scientists that work there. Mrs. Larry and her co-workers gave us a wonderful tour of the lab. In each section of the […]

8th Grade Goes to Cultural Kitchen

Recently our 8th Grade students participated in the Cultural Kitchen. This is a program that is a part of the Hostelling International Chicago. Through an engaging curriculum, students gain cultural understanding, increase understanding of their world, and enhance research skills as they study a country of their choice.

Good News from Our Chinese Program!

On Saturday, April 21st, Gabrielle D. and Natalie D., two of our Chinese language students, participated in the 10th Midwest Chinese Speech Contest and won two gold medals for LaSalle II. Congratulations to them! Over the past nine years 34 LaSalle II students have participated in the Midwest Chinese speech contest. Gabrielle and Natalie are […]

Math Games in 1st Grade

In room 109, our mornings begin with breakfast and… MATH GAMES! Play is still a necessity for our early learners and playing math games allows them to think strategically as they work together to solve problems. They also have time to develop number sense and math fact fluency. This is probably our noisiest and most […]

Understanding Equivalent Fractions Through Activities

Students in room 222 are taking the fear out of fractions by learning through activities. Hands-on activities are engaging for all learning styles. They obviously engage students who are tactile or kinesthetic learners, who need movement to learn best. They also engage students who are auditory learners, who talk about what they’re doing, and visual […]

“Pi” Week at LaSalle II!

LaSalle II middle school students celebrated “Pi Week” the week of March 12th ! 3.14 is the approximation of the number pi, which is why we celebrate typically on March 14th, but due to PARCC testing we were able to celebrate the entire week! During the week, students were able to discover all about the […]