Congratulations to our December SOAR Students. We are so proud of you!
About Lauren Albani
Dr. Albani is the Principal of LaSalle II Magnet School
Entries by Lauren Albani
The Chicago Bears mascot, Staley the Bear, came to LaSalle II for a visit and to talk to students about anti-bullying. Thank you to the Student Council for making this event possible!
Congratulations to our November Attendance Raffle Winners!
Thank you to Evyn R. for serving as Principal for a Day and helping Dr. Albani around the school!
The unit/skill that we have been working on in PE is Football/Throwing & Catching. Students have been using their throwing and catching skills to participate in these new games. Students learned, practiced and then implemented the skills into new games. These games are: “BootBall”, which is a combination of football and baseball, “Ultimate Football”, which […]
New this year, we have a Homework Help room available to middle school students every day. Students come to work on homework, group projects, computer assignments, study for a test, take a make-up test, and/or to work on upcoming assignments. Ms. Novak is available for students to ask for help on the subject they are […]
A huge thank you to our PTO for working tirelessly to raise funds for our school. Recently, the West Town Chamber of Commerce presented a check for $31,148.87 to our school as a result of our participation in summer festivals. The West Town Chamber of Commerce was thrilled to be able to give back to […]
Congratulations to our November “SOAR” students. These are students who have exemplified the values of Safety, Ownership, Achievement and Respect. We are so proud of them!
This fall the kindergarten classrooms learned about the five senses. Students explored their environment using their senses and learned how to describe things using different adjectives. One exploration the students participated in was a listening walk. Students walked and sat around in the outdoor classroom while they focused on using their sense of hearing. They […]
In our eighth literacy class, the students are currently reading To Kill A Mockingbird. The core of this narrative focuses on essential themes such as courage, race, discrimination, fairness, and justice. Through the readings and discussions, students are examining the heart of our democratic society. One in which strives to provide “equal rights for all” […]