CPS Issues New COVID Guidelines for 2021-2022 School Year

By Aaron Faier, Editor
Chicago Public Schools has recently released its new COVID-19 mitigation guidelines for the upcoming school year. Among the most notable is it’s stance on masks; when students return to school on August 30th, face coverings must be “worn indoors by everyone, regardless of vaccination status, except for while eating or drinking.” The school district stated that “continuing to require masks will help make sure those in our school communities who are not yet […] Continue reading CPS Issues New COVID Guidelines for 2021-2022 School Year

Three seasons in one: A summary of the trials and tribulations of sports during quarantine

By Isabelle Ravanas, Staff Writer
COVID-induced speculation over how the Chicago Public Schools sports seasons would look like this school year has been present ever since lockdown began. As the spring 2020 sports season was practically cut with some teams being only able to attend a few practices […] Continue reading Three seasons in one: A summary of the trials and tribulations of sports during quarantine

BREAKING NEWS: Preschool students and diverse learners in cluster programs will experience some in-person learning during second quarter, all other CPS students will continue remote learning, sources say

By Madison Bratley, Editor
Preschool students and diverse learners in cluster programs will experience some amount of in-person learning starting second quarter and the rest of Chicago Public School students will continue remote learning, sources with an understanding of the district’s plans say. […] Continue reading BREAKING NEWS: Preschool students and diverse learners in cluster programs will experience some in-person learning during second quarter, all other CPS students will continue remote learning, sources say

Navigating Working and Schooling From Home

By Antonae Glenn, Staff Writer Covid-19 has turned the world as we knew it upside down. As the virus became more prevalent and began claiming the lives of many Americans, states experienced school closures and stay-at-home orders. As a result, many people who aren’t essential workers have had to spend strenuous amounts of time with their family outside of going to essential places like the … Continue reading Navigating Working and Schooling From Home