Chess Team Wins Again!
On Saturday, January 18th, the Chess Team attended the YCFC De La Salle Institute
Chess Tournament. There were 325 players from 45 schools. Our 3rd-4th Team placed
2nd overall. Special congratulations to Christian S. for placing 2nd overall
in the division. Our 7th-8th Grade Team placed 1st overall with special congratulations
to Alvin K., who had a perfect 6-0 record, to take the 1st place overall trophy
in the division. Lastly, our 5th-8th Grade Advanced Team placed 1st overall.
This is their second first place trophy in the division this year.
On Saturday, February 8, 2014, Goudy
partnered with the Vietnamese Association of Illinois to host their annual Lunar
New Year Celebration.
of Goudy's current and former students performed and Goudy also welcomed esteemed
guests including Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, Secretary of State
Jesse White, and Aldermen Osterman and Pawar. Everybody enjoyed the wonderful
performances and the marvelous food!
We, the stakeholders of Goudy School, are committed
to fostering a culture that focuses on respect, responsibility, and a sense of
belonging in a safe and supportive environment for all students. Within our rigorous
curriculum, we are implementing differentiated and data-driven instruction that
contributes to the success of our students. As a magnet cluster, we are striving
to equip all students with technological capabilities that will promote academic
growth and development. We are committed to ensuring that all children including
English Language Learners, students with disabilities, and the academically gifted,
are afforded the opportunities to reach their full potential in preparation to
meet the challenges of the 21st century.
Goudy Technology Magnet Cluster, in collaboration
with students, parents, and community members, embraces a culturally diverse,
technologically advanced, and respectful learning environment. We envision technology
and collaboration to be integrated throughout our curriculum and in every classroom
to provide all students with the 21st century skills that will empower them to
become successful leaders and productive citizens in our society.
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