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  • Jill Unger, Ryan Zak and Dr. Laura Ascenzi Moreno pose near a stack of books.

    Bringing a new mindset to assessing dual language students

    A teacher slowly crouches next to a young student who just finished reading a short book. The student’s home language is Spanish and he’s just beginning to read English text. The teacher asks, in English, what the book is about. The child looks up, hesitates and tries to find the right words to describe what he has just read. But he struggles to explain what he’s thinking. Gently, she asks him to answer in Spanish. His answer is short, but telling.

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    Sandburg welcomes new teachers

    CSMS welcomes seven new teachers to our school this year. They are: Nicholas Gaona; LizBeth Garcia; Germaine Whitney; Katherine Rogers; Tracy Fuentes; Carol Rabaja; and Todd Katz. Welcome to Sandburg where we live the Tiger Code!

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    Medline donation makes multimedia studio a reality at CSMS

    CSMS presents Medline with a plaque. From L-R are: D75 STEAM Foundation Chair Nikki Earich; Paul Imaoka of Medline; CSMS teacher Brian Longly; Michael Gerskovich of Medline; Emma Zisook of Medline; Andrea Bonilla of Medline; and CSMS Principal Mark Pilut.

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    CSMS Learning Lab Director mixes old-school teaching with digital media literacy

    CSMS Learning Lab Director Sarah Rafalowitz has students excited about both books and digital media ​

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    The CSMS Tiger Cheer Team placed Division II in this year's State Cheer Competition!

    The CSMS Tiger Cheer Team placed Division II in this year's State Cheer Competition!

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    Veterans

    Veterans

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    She said yes!

    It had been a long time since Ellen Sagendorph was inside Carl Sandburg Middle School. But on Thursday night, more than 15 years after finishing eighth grade, she was returning as an alumni volunteer for the Girls on the Run kickoff meeting. Or so she thought.

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