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Ron Port

Virtual Field Day

This year FIELD DAY will be games you can do at home and share with your family and friends.  All you will need to play the games are things you…

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Alexander Holds Annual Pickleball Tournament

We held our annual Pickleball tournament. The winners are Nathan Velazquez and Azure Hudson-Terry (third grade)!  During the Pickleball unit students participated in mini tourneys for each class of second…

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JiJi Visits Alexander

ST Math is an instructional computer program that helps build student’s conceptual understanding of math and allows them to engage in activities that are motivating, challenging, and rigorous.  These activities…

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Winter Door Decorations

Teachers and students at Alexander got into the holiday spirit. There were no grinches anywhere is sight… classes participated in decorating their doors for the holidays/winter season.  The students and…

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Alexander Staffers Save Student!

The administration, teachers and staff of Alexander Elementary School are beaming with pride for paraprofessional Julio Martinez and school assistant Perla Vargas!  The two staff members were supervising in the…

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Alexander Hosts Movie Night

Alexander hosted its annual PBIS movie night that took place on Friday, March 1st. Staff members welcomed students and parents, with blankets and chairs in hand, to the gymnasium where…

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Holiday Fun!

Members from a local church and theater group performed Ralph’s Toy Shop for students at Alexander Elementary School. After the program, actors talked with the students and gave them candy…

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New Trier Visits Alexander

Students from Alexander created new relationships with students from New Trier High School during New Trier’s recent visit to Alexander Elementary. The New Trier sophomores came to Alexander to be…

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Walk a Cop to School

Students and staff from AJK Academy, Alexander Elementary, Neal Math and Science Academy and North Chicago High School met before school to walk with a cop to school.  As part of…

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