Join us for an evening of fun and prizes THIS Thursday, December 8th from 5:30-7pm at the Linda & Bill Gantz Boys & Girls Club of Chicago. Free for families to play, bingo will start at 6pm with a virtual option as well. You really want to be there!
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Let's join together as a Jahn community to support other Jahn families who may be in need during this holiday season.
Slice the price of pizza and help the 6th graders raise money for their legacy trip to Milwaukee by purchasing Domino's money cards. Purchase cards at www.Dominos.cards/38608 or return the order form that went home in backpacks by 12/12. The card allows you to buy a large pizza at menu price and get a large pizza FREE! It's a great value for anyone who loves pizza!
AmazonSmile is a simple way to support Jahn every time you shop all year long, at no cost to you. You’ll find the exact same low prices and vast selection as Amazon.com, with the added benefit that 0.5% of your eligible purchases are donated to Jahn.
Before you know it, the month of November will be a thought in our past. As we move into the final week before the Thanksgiving break, I would love to put two things into the atmosphere. First, I would like to extend a belated happy Veterans Day to all those who have served. Thank you for your service. Second, I would like to share with you how thankful I am to be a part of the family at 3149. It truly is a pleasure being here and I appreciate you greatly. Thank you!!!
Do your holiday shopping at Building Blocks Toy Store any day THIS WEEK and 15% of your purchase will go to Jahn!
Calling all burrito lovers! Foil your dinner plans and stop by the Chipotle at 2743 N Elston Ave for our fundraiser THIS Wednesday, November 16 from 4:00pm - 8:00pm.
Join us for a shopping night at local boutique Love, Charlie THIS Thursday, November 17th from 5-8pm. 20% of sales all day will be donated back to Jahn.
As we continue to travel into the 2nd quarter, there’s excitement around campus. For the most part, conversations center around what’s best for our students. When thinking about what’s best for our students, the conversations look and sound like staff members being intentional about student learning.