Our LaSalle II Chicago Children’s Choir went on a field trip to Chicago Symphony Center. They watched an empowering performance focused on Black History Month. Our students even got to go on stage and perform! We are so proud of our 18 third and fourth graders for doing such an excellent job!
The Elementary Science Olympiad Teams have completed another successful year. The 34 student scientists from grades 3 through 5 competed against other schools from around the state on Saturday, 2/10. Competitions ranged from such topics as Anatomy, Crimebusters, Circuit Wizardry and many more. LaSalle II teams met on a regular basis after school to prepare for the 12 different events.
At the competition, LaSalle II students really stepped up and showed the true spirit of LaSalle II, both in knowledge and sportsmanship. Our scientists were medal earners in 5 of the 12 events.
Mathletes has begun in middle school! This rigorous math club is designed to make problem-solving fun, challenge students and encourage playful competition. If you are a middle school student that would still like to join, see Ms. Nayvelt or Mrs. Guillaume!
Chicago Children’s Choir has created a new mural to send a message of unity that features one of our 6th grade students, Varun S. The mural can be found off the Kennedy Expressway at Ashland.
The Elementary Science Olympiad meets every other week. They study topics including anatomy, aerodynamics, physiology, rocks and minerals.tcp.
Sign up by 4/22. Classes Begin 5/2.