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Pat Sajak at HILA
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Families of HILA Meeting, Thursday April 24th


Families of HILA Meeting
8:00AM and 3:30PM
When – Thursday, April 24th
Where – Family Resource Room
Topics – Lincoln Park Zoo – Science For All Students Family Day. Come and learn about all the activities planned for Saturday, May 31st at the zoo. …

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The World of Finance

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Mr. David Pequet from MPI Investment Management came to HILA on Tuesday afternoon to speak with our Fourth Graders about ‘The World of Finance.’ The attached presentation outlines the information that was presented to our students. HILA 4th graders asked great questions about stocks, bonds, and commodities, and learned the importance of saving their money. …

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Share your experience at HILA


Your voice matters and we would like to hear from you regarding your experience at The Hope Institute Learning Academy. Now through April 30, 2014, you have an opportunity share your voice on the Chicago Public School Website with an online survey about The Hope Institute Learning Academy or on report card pick up day, Monday, April 7, 2014, you can take a paper version of the survey. …

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