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Teatro Americano

posted May 19, 2017, 8:24 AM by Mr Sidarous

Community Links teens are all about the drama.  They recently starred in a play through the Teatro Americano, hosted by OPEN Center for the Arts. This is an After School Matters Program that teaches students to write, direct, and act in their own plays.  Jennifer Serrano returned for her second season with the theater, but Jael Vela, Emely Calvario, Guadalupe Rendon, Rudy Martinez, and Irving Trujillo all made their Teatro Americano debuts in the play, From Heaven to Earth, a riveting experience featuring murder, soul snatchers, betrayal, love and passion, and a message about refugees and immigrants!

If your interested in the  fall, spring or summer sessions contact Ms. VP.

Community Forum at Center for the Arts

posted Apr 5, 2017, 11:08 AM by Mark Sidarous   [ updated Apr 6, 2017, 4:39 PM by Mr Sidarous ]

For the past six weeks, the sophomore class at Community Links high school has been researching the issues they identified as being most important for the Little Village community.  They conducted secondary and primary research, including surveys and interviews, and worked together to draft presentations to share their findings.  On Tuesday, April 4th, they shared their work with their community, at OPEN Center for the Arts.  Guests learned about community issues and community assets through student led presentations, games, and other activities.  


Spring Sports Schedule

posted Apr 3, 2017, 5:21 PM by Mr Sidarous

OneGoal Essay Conference Day

posted Mar 14, 2017, 1:44 PM by Mr Sidarous

OneGoal Fellows get ready to apply to college next year by getting a head start on their personal statements.  Visitors from the community help coach them in their writing process in small groups.  Everyone got lots of great feedback to help them with continued work on their essays!









Girls Softball Schedules

posted Mar 9, 2017, 6:04 PM by Mr Sidarous


 

Sports Recruitment!

posted Mar 9, 2017, 5:58 PM by Mr Sidarous

We are still recruiting for girls' soccer, boys' volleyball and girls' softball. Join a team, make new friends, get in shape and learn skills that will help you become a leader! 

Also: 

Summer Girls' Basketball league sign-up has just begun. Also, boys' football for the Fall is recruiting. If you are interested in either please see Ms. Rocque ASAP. 
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Mr. Borras contributed to a book!

posted Nov 9, 2016, 2:48 PM by Mr Sidarous   [ updated Nov 9, 2016, 2:50 PM ]

Our very own principal, Mr. Borras, has contributed a chapter to a book on community engagement. The book is entitled, "Creating Engagement between Schools and their Communities" and you can purchase it from the publisher's site. Dr. Azcoitia, our founding principal, contributed as well. 


Jardincito Nature Play Garden

posted Oct 26, 2016, 9:15 AM by Mr Sidarous


The Jardincito, located at 23rd and Whipple, is a place where young children can play in and explore nature right in their own neighborhood. Rather than the traditional swings and slides, there are features borrowed from the natural world: an earthen mound, balancing logs, a herd of boulders, a pebble pool, a play deck, and play huts. CLHS was instrumental in the creation of this space and continues to be involved with the operation of the garden. Students from Spry Elementary, particularly Pre-K students, regularly use this space.






GEARUP Students Begin Criminal Justice Course at NLU

posted Sep 21, 2016, 10:27 PM by Mr Sidarous   [ updated Sep 21, 2016, 10:27 PM ]

Congratulations to Lesly Ramirez, Marbella Villeda, Alejandra Vallejo, and Irving Trujillo, who began their collegiate journey at National Louis University. They are enrolled in a Criminal Justice course and will study alongside Criminal Justice majors. They were met by Esmeralda 'Essie' Dominguez from Advising, Mark Mehl from our Pathways Group and Richard A. Schak, the chair of the Criminal Justice program, for a quick orientation to the school and the program. Lesly, Marbella, Alejandra, and Irving will be receiving college credit towards their degree in a class taught by Dr. Cynthia Schumann, who was recently featured in an on-line magazine story.  The link to that story is listed below.


A reporter follows up a story about CLHS from 10 years ago

posted Sep 14, 2016, 6:19 PM by Mr Sidarous

Tracy Dell'Angela wrote an article about CLHS 10 years ago and has followed it up with an update on how we are doing now. Check out the original article from 2006 here.

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