• Congresswoman tours school construction site (Photo gallery)

    8/20/2018 -- U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge visited a CMSD school construction site on Tuesday, learning about minority participation in the project, the building’s unusual design and the school’s role in the neighborhood.

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  • Ribbon cutting, groundbreaking set

    8/20/2018 -- The District will hold a ribbon cutting at 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 29 at William Rainey Harper PreK-8 School, a new school and building in the Old Brooklyn neighborhood. On Thursday, Sept. 6, CMSD will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for a new high school at 4600 Detroit Ave.

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  • City seeking crossing guards

    8/17/2018 -- Crossing guards help children safely cross streets to get to their public, parochial and charter schools, typically working from 7 to 8 a.m. and 2 to 3 p.m. on school days. The guards are paid $20.50 a day and are eligible for health care through the city.

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  • Manufacturing Camp builds interest (Video)

    8/14/2018 -- There isn't a big difference between making steel and making ice cream. Don't believe it? Just ask the sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders who attended a recent Manufacturing Summer Camp at Max S. Hayes High School.

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  • Welcome back, CMSD students (Video, photo gallery)

    8/13/2018 -- The school year got fully under way Monday as the majority of CMSD students returned from summer break. They joined those from a select group of high schools with year-round or extended calendars. Principals, teachers and other staff welcomed students new and old, helping them to find their classrooms and settle in. At the new William Rainey Harper School, Principal Ajayi Monell rolled out a red carpet.

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  • Year to bring new learning models, buildings

    8/10/2018 -- CMSD is starting another school year, a year that will bring the opening of seven new buildings and the rollout of new teaching and learning strategies at 13 schools. The District and partners also will introduce free flu shots for students, Wi-Fi access for some high school students who have limited or no Internet access at home and more.

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