Parents/Students: CPS Needs Your Input on a New School Calendar. Take the Survey Today! 

Help us develop a single-track calendar that is in the best interest of all CPS families

January 04, 2013

CPS and the Chicago Teachers Union have begun developing a unified school calendar for the 2013-2014 school year. This calendar will eliminate multiple track schedules, giving students across the District the same start and end dates and days off. This will be of great benefit to families who currently have students enrolled in both Track E and Track R schools. In order to fully engage the community on the development of the new calendar, we are asking parents and students for their feedback so that what results is a unified schedule that is in the best interest of all CPS families.

 

Please take a few minutes to complete this brief survey to help inform our decisions as we work to develop a single-track calendar that is in the best interest of our children. Please complete the survey by January 11, 2013. Click here for the survey in English. Click here for the survey in Polish. Click here for the survey in Spanish. Click here for the survey in Chinese.

 

Note: You must input your child’s student ID number in order to complete the survey. Your child’s student ID number can be found on all CPS progress reports and student report cards or by visiting the Manage Students page in the CPS Parent Portal accessible through CPS.edu. Parents of high school students can also find their student’s ID number on their child’s identification card. If parents are unable to find their child’s ID number, your principal can provide you with that information.