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New year, new teachers

October 11, 2019

By Ariana Padilla ’21 This 2019-2020 year is exciting for everyone here. Most people at Pritzker are starting in a brand new position, especially the teachers! Speaking of new teachers, Matt Brown and Michael Ginoccino […]


Teachers love the Pritzker Perk

May 20, 2019

By Emily Gonzalez ’21 The Pritzker Perk began on March 29 as teachers organized a student led coffee shop at Pritzker in order to restart the Pritzker Garden. As several Pritzker teachers are involved with […]


Tattoo policy in the teachers’ eyes

March 4, 2019

By Alexis Arroyo ’21 There is a point where rules eventually change. For example,  now, appropriate tattoos are allowed to be shown by that of the new Noble dress code policy. The policy officially took […]


Cooks or Teachers?

October 24, 2017

By Jonathan Rosales ’19 There are various amounts of clubs for students to join but where are the clubs for teachers? Katie Curtin, Journalism teacher, created a club back in April of 2017 called the […]


Relationships with past teachers

May 2, 2017

By Alexandra Garcia ’18 A new chapter begins when all students graduate from elementary school. This new chapter includes leaving friends and teachers but most importantly new opportunities. Some friends might follow each other and […]


CPS Teachers strike for a better education funding

May 10, 2016

By Mireya Aguilar  ’16   On April 1, the Chicago Teachers Union called for better education funding by walking out on a one-day march through the Loop. Thousands of teachers, supporters, and labor organizations marched […]


CPS students make up school days

December 9, 2019

By Marina Frayre’22 Students who attend Chicago Public Schools will be making up various school days during the school year as they will be adding two extra school days at the end of the year […]


Student Reactions on CPS Strike

December 9, 2019

By Citlaly Leyva ‘21 Recently, CPS (Chicago Public Schools) went on strike because of the CTU (Chicago Teachers’ Union) wanting higher pay, smaller class size, and more stuff that would benefit their students. CPS was […]


Pritzker celebrates its fall athletes

December 9, 2019

By Marina Frayre ’22 Pritzker fall athletes were celebrated because of the work they put in their sport during that season on Oct. 11 at the pep rally in the Pritzker gym. Teachers and coaches […]

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