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Innovation Agenda News

July 2012: View the Upper School Assistant Principals Profiles

July 2012: Read the Innovation Agenda Update

June 19: Learn more about the MLK School Construction Project

June 6: Report on CPS Goals 2010-12 and Innovation Agenda Benchmarks presented to School Committee

May 31: See the Upper School Curriculum Highlights Booklet and the Upper School Curriculum Night Presentation (WMP | Silverlight)

May 31: See the Upper School Brochure and the Superintendent's welcome letter to students in grades 5-7. English | Kreyòl Ayisyen | Português | Español | 한국의 | Amharic

May 9: Scheduling Guidelines for CPS Upper Schools 2012/2013 and CPS Upper School Network "Questions from the Field"

May 3: Preliminary teacher assignments to our four new Upper School campuses decided. >>

May 2: Learn more about community building activities to launch our upper schools >>

May 2: Upper school teachers present new curriculum >>

March 6: School Committee approves Academic Challenge Policy. View the policy >>

March 6: School Committee approves permanent relocation of High School Extension Program to the Longfellow building >>

March 6: School Committee approves temporary relocation of Dr. Martin L. King Jr. JK-5 School to Longfellow building during building construction >>

March 6: School Committee approves temporary relocation of Putnam Avenue Upper School Campus to Kennedy-Longfellow School building during building construction >>

February 9, 2012: CPS Names Heads of Upper Schools >>

February 3, 2012: Perkins Eastman selected as Putnam Avenue Upper Campus and Martin Luther King, Jr. School architect

January 24, 2012: Public Comment period on the Academic Challenge Policy for the Innovation Agenda
Read the plan, upper school math program, and the appendices. See the School Committee presentation.

January 21, 2012: Head of Upper School Finalist Candidate Panel withdraw the Upper School Implementation Guidelines from its October 4th agenda; this document, reflecting a design in process, is not appropriate for a policy vote.