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    Lady Hawks Strike it Big!

    Congratulations Lady Hawks! Coming off the heels of a 2nd place finish last week at Zion, These Lady Hawks took first place at the Libertyville JV Wildcat Baker Classic! Taveanna Beal won first place for best individual game with a 208, becoming the first bowler over 11 years to bowl over 200! Kimberly Herrera took…

    Warhawks Takedown the Competition

    Congratulations Warhawk wrestlers Jeremiah Duty, Kory Love and Darien Banks!  Jeremiah received 1st place and Kory Love received 5th place at the Varsity Fenton 16 Team Invite, held at Fenton High School. Darien Banks received 1st place at the Freshman Carmel Invite held at Carmel High School. Way to Go Jeremiah, Kory and Darien!

    Art Gallery Debut

    Representatives of the “D187 Off the ChARTs” movement and AJKA Art Club members had the esteemed honor of debuting their artwork at Urban Edge Art Gallery in Waukegan, IL. Kimmya Edwards, Andrea Alvarez, Mary Lee Brewton and Ashley Aguilar were among some of the other talented hands of designers from A.J. Katzenmaier Academy and other elementary…

    New Trier Visits Alexander

    Students from Alexander created new relationships with students from New Trier High School during New Trier’s recent visit to Alexander Elementary. The New Trier sophomores came to Alexander to be reading buddies to Alexander’s students. The high school students brought craft projects, books, snacks and friendships. The Alexander students had a great time with their…

    AJK Cadet Wins Big!

    The Academy would like to congratulate fourth grader Cadet Quetzaly Astudillo as the winner of our Ghost writing assignment! After finishing a whole school read on Jason Reynold’s chapter book Ghost, cadets were asked to write their own ending as the book ended abruptly with the start of the race and didn’t let the readers know what happened…

    Green Bay Hosts Literacy Night

    On October 30th, Green Bay Early Childhood Center in partnership with North Chicago Community Partners (NCCP) hosted their annual Family Literacy Night. Nearly 200 people representing over 50 Green Bay families participated in this fun-filled evening which featured an assortment of engaging and educational activities that were enjoyed by children (and adults) of all ages!…

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