Fourth grade students took science to a whole new level when they attended two learning labs at the Museum of Science and Industry. Students learned Newton’s Laws and experimented in the Colorful Chemistry lab. Through observation and hands on activities 4th grade students left with a wealth of new scientific knowledge!
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Dr. Albani is the Principal of LaSalle II Magnet School
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The students in Room 213 have been navigating their way around the city via the CTA this month. They planned out their routes, using various websites and apps, and decided the best use of their money when buying Ventra cards, passes and lunch. On one trip the students traveled to the southside to visit Kenwood […]
The 3rd Graders in Room 102 have been learning all about fractions. They created different visuals to represent them including flip books and number lines.
This month we hosted our Chinese exchange students from the Beijing Foreign Languages School. Our exchange students visited City Hall, the Shedd Aquarium, the John Hancock building and more! A huge thank to Ms. Aquino for all of her hard work in planning and organizing this exchange. Also, a sincere thank you to all of our […]
This month our 1st Graders have been teaching the school about Black History Month. Each day over the loudspeaker a 1st grader has been reading a short biography of influential African Americans. Great job to our speakers!
Room 103 is finishing a unit on colors! For the past month we have been learning to identify colors in a number of different ways. We have read books about colors and practiced identifying both the color and the object while we read. In our classroom, students have the opportunity to answer orally or by […]
A huge thank you to our amazing parent volunteers for planning and organizing our K-2 Valentine’s Dance. We had a ton of fun!
Emma Z. and Tiffany L. recently participated in the regional Science Fair and have qualified for the city wide competition.
The Science Olympiad Team participated in the Chicago Invitational on Saturday, February 4th at Westinghouse College Prep. Charlie H. and John J. placed first in Bottle Rockets Olivia Q. and Aylee S. placed second in Optics Oliva Q. and Ashley S. placed third in Write It Do It Michael K. and John J. placed second n Hovercraft.
The Elementary Science Olympiad meets every other week. They study topics including anatomy, aerodynamics, physiology, rocks and minerals.tcp.