Family Update

From the Office

  • Friday, May 27: 1PM Dismissal

  • Monday, May 30: No School- Memorial Day

  • Wednesday, June 8: Last Day to Submit Work for Q4

  • Monday, June 13: Last Day of Q4/S2

  • Tuesday, June 14: Q4/S2 Report Cards Distributed

  • Wednesday, June 15: Last Day of School - 1PM Dismissal

  • Early dismissals will only be granted until 15 minutes before the end of the day. For safety and security purposes, staff prepare for dismissal.

  • The annual student fee of $80 can be paid online here.

  • Automated notifications are going out daily at 9:45AM for attendance. If students have not reported to school by 9:30AM a text and phone call will be sent out.

  • School starts at 8:10AM daily. That means in your seat and ready to go by 8:10AM. If students do not make it through morning check in by this time, then they are late. If students are wandering the halls visiting with friends and do not make it to their assigned class by 8:10AM, then they are late. Please talk to your student to ensure that he/she is where they are supposed to be when they are supposed to be. Detentions are being assigned for excessive consecutive tardies.

  • No food deliveries are permitted for students.

Arrival at Greenwood

  • Ms. Reyna is not available to tend to parents until after tardies and attendance is submitted, estimated time 9:45AM. Someone is available to answer the phone and help with general inquiries and take messages. Attendance messages can be left by calling 773-820-9426 option 1. You can also email and Ms. Reyna will get back to you as soon as possible upon the completion of her morning duties.

Chromebook Repairs/Replacement:

  • All students are assigned a student Chromebook.

  • On campus, this is the only permissible tech allowed on campus.

  • Each student is responsible for their own tech.

  • If a repair is needed due to negligence, then the student’s account will be charged $25 per repair, $15 per charger replacement, and $250 per computer replacement.

  • No services or replacements will occur until full payment is rendered.

High School Updates

  • Q4 Progress Reports Distributed Thursday, May 12

    • High School students have Semester 1 and Semester 2 courses that must be passed with a 70% or higher in order to receive graduation credit and avoid Summer Learning. The last day for students to submit ALL work for all classes is Wednesday, June 8th.

    • Families, please check-in with your student about their grades in Semester 1 and Semester 2 English, History, Math, Science, Spanish, and Arts classes.

  • Semester 1 Incompletes & Credit Recovery: Students who did not pass one or more Semester 1 courses with a 70% or higher will receive a Summer Learning Registration Letter with Q4 Progress Reports.

    • Summer Learning is required for any student with one or more incompletes, including arts courses from semester 1 or semester 2. 

    • Each course is required to graduate and earn enough credits.

    • The initial deadline for Semester 1 make-up work was 4/17. Students who did not meet this deadline can still reach out to their teachers or mentor to create a plan to make-up missing work.

  • Spring NWEA Testing Thursday, May 19 and Tuesday, May 24

    • This is the third and final NWEA assessment of the school year. Please be sure that your child is in attendance and prepared to do their best.


Middle School Updates

  • Q4 Progress Reports Distributed Thursday, May 12

    • Middle School students have year-long courses in English, History, Math, and Science, and Semester courses in the Arts that must be passed with a 70% or higher in order to and avoid Summer Learning. 8th graders must pass each course in order to participate in the graduation ceremony.

    • Families, please check-in with your student about their grades in English, History, Math, Science, and Arts classes in order to make sure they are on track to be promoted to the next grade and avoid Summer Learning.

  • Spring NWEA Testing Wednesday, May 18 and Wednesday, May 25

    • This is the third and final NWEA assessment of the school year. Please be sure that your child is in attendance and prepared to do their best.


Arts Update

Q4 Progress Reports Distributed Thursday, May, 12

  • Please check your emails for Arts progress reports! 
  • HIGH SCHOOL ARTISTS AND FAMILIES - Please keep in mind that High School Arts Classes are the first and second period of school.  It is imperative that your students arrive at school on time so they do not miss Arts Instruction.  Their Arts classes are graded and if they are not completed they will be required to participate in Summer Learning.

ALL ARTISTS AND FAMILIES - Please remember that in every Arts class participation is 50% of their final grade.  This includes participating in class discussions, accomplishing all classwork and tasks and practicing a growth mindset.  If you have questions about how that specifically applies to your Artist’s Arts Class, please reach out to their teacher!


Did you know you can check your student’s art grade on Synergy StudentVue/ParentVue?  Make sure to check it regularly for the most up to date student grades! 


After School Updates

  • Pick Up from After Hours activities is at 5:30pm sharp. 

    • If a student is late being picked up, families have 1 week to settle payment before your student is put on After Hour Probation. 

      • If students are left on AH Probation(non payment for 2 weeks or more) students will be temporarily suspended until payment or payment arrangement is made.

  • Please consistently check emails for any program updates. 

  • Please notify Ms. Jordan or After Hour instructor when you are aware that your artist will not be in attendance. 



University of Chicago Summer Coding Opportunity!!

Greetings Families!


The Department of Computer Science at the University of Chicago invites all Chicagoland students entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in the fall of 2022 to attend Summer Coding at UChicago for free. This 6-week summer program combines design thinking, analytical problem solving, and mentorship with Python programming and entrepreneurship for a well-rounded interdisciplinary experience.  The program runs from June 27, 2022 - August 5, 2022, and classes are 9:00am-noon Monday through Friday. No prior coding experience is required and computers will be supplied. Meetings are in person at UChicago Hillel (5715 S Woodlawn Ave. Chicago IL). Students must commit to the program and attend all weekday meetings (a small number of excused absences are permitted). Upon successful completion of the summer program, each student will receive a laptop computer as well as a $500 stipend. Applications close on May 23, 2022; apply here. You must be located in the Chicagoland area to apply. Please email with any questions.


Be well,



Your AIM Family