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Safe Haven Sites During Spring Break

The CPS Office of Faith-Based Initiatives will be launching the Safe Haven program for the week of the CPS Spring Break (April 15th-April 19th). They will have close to 22 sites operating next week through-out the city (participating sites are below), all of which will be open from 10am-2pm each day, with both breakfast and lunch being served. The Safe Haven program is free and open to all school-age children.

The Safe Haven program provides a “safe haven” for CPS students that is a reliable and no cost alternative place for students and parents during critical high-violence periods in the city. The mission of Safe Haven is to eradicate bullying and instill practices to combat youth violence and to engage students in workshops that focus on positive conflict resolution, anger management, anti-bullying, and anti-violence. click here for: SPRING BREAK SITES

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Andrew Carnegie Elementary School Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide our student body with high quality student-centered teaching and learning through challenging curriculum and rigorous assessments. We, the staff and parents, are also committed to encouraging children to take educational risks without fear of failure and become creative producers and critical thinkers.


Andrew Carnegie Elementary School Vision Statement
Our vision for Andrew Carnegie Elementary School is to embody a safe, caring, compassionate learning environment. We are committed to developing knowledgeable, community-minded, globally successful life-learners who will gain respect and understanding for all cultures, through a collaborative effort among parents, staff, students and the community.