Alain Locke Charter School hosted its annual history fair last week, which featured some outstanding entries from several students.
Students entered work in the categories of “Exhibits” and “Non-Exhibits.” The top four entrants in each category will now advance to the citywide competition. They are:
A Few Red Drops,” the latest book by Alain Locke Board Chair Claire Hartfield, has been named a finalist for the 2019 L.A. Times Book Prize. Continue reading
Alain Locke eighth-graders headed to Evanston over the weekend for a special tour of Northwestern University. But at the end of the day, it was our students who ended up showing their hosts at NU a thing or two.
Alain Locke Board Chair Claire Hartfield has received the 2019 “Author” award from the Coretta Scott King (CSK) Book Awards for her latest book, “
A Few Red Drops: The Chicago Race Riot of 1919.” Continue reading
The Alain Locke Associate Board hosted its parent resume-building workshop on Jan. 19
Fifteen parents visited school recently to work on their resumes with the Alain Locke Associate Board.