About Lauren Albani
Dr. Albani is the Principal of LaSalle II Magnet School
Entries by Lauren Albani
Please click the link below to find the supply lists for grades K-8. Note that the supply lists are in one document, so please scroll through to your correct grade level. SY17-18 Supply List
This year at LaSalle II we took French to a new level by practicing French deeply. We have spent some more time on each unit in order to enhance long term learning. We believe that this “Deep practice” has deepen the students’ understanding of the language and allowed for oral and written communication in class. […]
Second Grade has been turned into an Entomology Laboratory! We have been busy studying a few of the many millions of insects on our planet. Some insects we have in the classroom include mealworms, silkworms, ladybugs, caterpillars, and an ant farm. We have come to know firsthand the life sequences of all these insects. In […]
Congratulations to our May/June SOAR students for their hard work in showing either Safety, Ownership, Achievement or Respect.
1st graders created paper cut collages inspired by Henri Matisse. We studied positive & negative space, color contrast, and juxtaposition. They used both the positive & negative pieces to create interesting and balanced compositions. We also used bright colored shapes to contrast with the black background.
This year LaSalle II was selected as part of a pilot program and our 5th and 8th grade students had the opportunity to earn the CPS Seal of Biliteracy. In order to qualify, student had to demonstrate proficiency on the APPL test. This provides a pathway to the State Seal of Biliteracy that students can earn […]
The LaSalle II Elementary Science Olympiad team competed this past weekend. Overall, we placed in 9 out of 12 different competitions. Aerodynamics: Pharaoh A, Evan B, Daniel T – 3rd Place Anatomy: Taelor P, Biko H, Evan B – 3rd Place Backyard Biologist: Giulia B, Maia W, Samia J – 3rd Place Bridge Building: Arielle […]
Over the years, the district has heard from families about the importance of having a choice in selecting which high school provides the best match for their child’s needs. We’ve also heard that applying to high school can be frustrating and confusing. So this year, Chicago Public Schools has completely revamped its high school application […]
Students in room 123 created their own kimonos after reading Suki’s Kimono this week. Before creating and designing their own, students learned about the history of Kimonos. Originally, kimonos translated into clothing in Japanese. Recently, the word has been used to describe traditional Japanese clothing. They are made of material that is suitable for all […]