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Report Card Pick Up: Informe de Pick Up: No Escuela - No School
Date: Nov 18

Hearst's Scholastic Book Fair
Our Scholastic Book Fair has been scheduled as follows:
Wednesday, November 18th
during Report Card Pick Up 11:00-6:15
Thursday, November 19th - during the school day
Friday, November 20th - during the school day

No School
Date: Nov 25 - Nov 27

Health Requirements must be up to date by 10/15/15

Hearst is now a Box Tops for Education school...

be sure to check our calendar for additional information...

click here for the CPS website

CPS Calendar 2015-2016



Hearst 100% Attendance Challenge
Win a CHROMEBOOK for coming to school every day! In NOVEMBER


School Hours:  8:45 am - 3:45 pm

We need to fight for our students, schools and teachers!
We need to let Springfield know that we will not tolerate the under funding of students, schools, and Teachers!
Necesitamos dejar Springfield sabe que no vamos a tolerar el bajo financiamiento de los estudiantes , las escuelas y los profesores!

Community Schools Town Hall Meeting - Nov 30th

Parents and guardians,

Catastrophe looms over all our public schools - unless we act now! In just two weeks, CPS may be forced to cut 5,000 teachers and slash educational programs, unless state politicians break their political deadlock and plug a $500 million budget shortfall. CPS students have protested impending budget cuts (click here to see the coverage)

It's time we parents also made our voices heard! Parents of Payton and Jones are leading the way, join them this Tuesday!

Join a rally to protest state budget cuts impacting CPS:
Tuesday, November 17th - 3:45 PM to 5 PM - Thompson Center (100 W. Randolph St.)

We'll meet on the plaza outside the Thompson Center, which houses the offices of Illinois state government. We need to show up in force, bring everyone you can.

Tell others about the upcoming rally. Please forward this message to families at other schools and to friends and family who support public education in Chicago.

Show your advocacy by posting on social media using these hashtags: #WheresTheFunds and/or #FundCPSNow

We hope to see you on November 17th
at 3:45pm at the Thompson Center!


Congratulations HEARST community, the new School Quality Ratings were released and HEARST is now a Level 2+ school! See the report HERE

For those who aren't aware, every school in CPS is given one of five ratings, either a 1+, 1, 2+, 2, or 3. Last year HEARST, based on the data from two years ago, was a level 2 school (off of probation) but not removed from provisional supports. Several metrics kept HEARST from achieving LEVEL 1 rating, but based on last year's data the school showed more gains and achieved an overall weighted score of 3.2! That is a 60% increase!!! We have worked extremely hard to get here. Please reflect on the great work you have done and the next steps you will take to build your capacity and the Results of our students. Hearst will attain a LEVEL 1 when we reach 3.5 total weighted points on the SQRP.

That’s an increase of just over 9%. Our LEVEL 1 status will depend on the work we do to increase rigor and ensure that EVERY student receives Standards based instruction. HEARST is a school on the RISE

Congratulations to all the faculty, staff, students, parents, and community!

Hearst Achieves "Healthy School" Certification

With many, many thanks to the persistent efforts of Ms. Martin and Ms. Robinson, Hearst Elementary has earned its Healthy Schools Certification. This honor symbolizes recognition for meeting rigorous criteria for in-school celebrations, classroom rewards, participation in meal programs, opportunities for physical activity, healthy fundraisers and nutrition education. For more information about Hearst's healthy food policy, click here.

"Thank you" Bilingual Advisory Committee for COLLABORATING with Alderman Munoz on getting a STOP sign on the corner of 47th and Lamon AVE.
Our WARRIORS will be safer coming from and going to school.​