Trustey Family STEM Teaching Fellows Press Release Chicago Public Schools - Reilly Elementary School Reilly Elementary is proud to announce the selection of three teachers, Ms. Joselyn Galvez, Ms. Katie Carrizalez, and Brenda Garcia, as Fellows in the 2018 cohort of the Trustey Family STEM Teaching Fellows. These teachers were selected as one of 10 schools in the program’s fourth cohort and will join over 90 teachers from the program’s first three cohorts. The Trustey Family STEM Teaching Fellows is a competitive, three summer, two school year program that seeks to improve STEM teaching and learning for all students, especially underserved populations in STEM. Fellows will attend three Summer Institutes at the University of Notre Dame, beginning in July 2018. Throughout the school year they will receive content specific coaching for their instructional practice and targeted support as they expand access to and opportunities for STEM learning in their school. The Trustey Family STEM Teaching Fellows is sponsored by the University of Notre Dame Center for STEM Education, housed in the Institute for Educational Initiatives at the University of Notre Dame. The Center for STEM Education’s mission seeks to help all students, especially those underserved and in Catholic schools, engage and excel in the STEM disciplines through research and the translation of research into practice. We are so proud of their work for this grant and look forward to moving our school to become more STEM organized.
encourage your 6th-7th-grade parents to attend our next "CTE- High School Options" workshop at our Parent University on Thursday, April 12 from 10am-11am. This will be a good opportunity for parents to get information about what CTE is, what CTE programs are available and where, and much more. Attached you will find the flyer that can be shared with parents in both English and Spanish.
Please help us welcome our newest teacher, Ms. Miriam Daniel, who graduated from Arizona State University. Ms. Daniel has previously taught Kindergarten, 4th, and 5th grade. She is currently fluent in Assyrian and is working improving her Spanish skills.