Entries by LYHSAdmin

Classes Canceled May 2nd

To the families, students and friends of Latino Youth High School, it is with a sad heart that I must tell you that the Chicago Teachers Union has authorized our teachers to go on strike tomorrow, May 2nd.  There will be no classes May 2nd. However, we will keep the building open for any student […]

Missing student! Please read!

One of our students, Marlen Ochoa-Uriostegui, left school Tuesday afternoon and has not been seen since. Marlen is 5.3 ft tall, 125 pounds, and nine months pregnant. She was last seen wearing a gray sweater and sweatpants along with a maroon top with the Latino Youth High School logo on it. She may be driving […]

Parent Survey

If you currently have a child at Latino Youth High School we would greatly appreciate it if you would take a few minutes to fill out the following survey. The annual My Voice My School Parent survey is an incredible opportunity for parents’ important perspective to be heard. We appreciate all parents who take a […]

2019 Spring Parent Empowerment Expo

This is not your ordinary resource fair, the Office of Diverse Learner Supports & Services (ODLSS) has planned a day full of great information and entertainment for families with diverse learners attending Chicago Public Schools! Register here!

School Canceled Wed (1/30) and Thur (1/31) Due to Dangerous Cold!

Dear LYHS Families and Friends, Classes are canceled, and school buildings will be closed Wednesday (1/30) and Thursday (1/31) due to inclement weather forecasted for the remainder of the week. Schools are Closed Wednesday (1/30) and Thursday (1/31): CPS classes are canceled and school buildings will be closed. District and network offices will be open. […]

Accepting New Students for February!

A New Year means a new start! Second semester starts Feb. 4th, where will you be? Are you out of school or don’t have enough credits to graduate from your current school? If you are between the ages of 16 to 21, consider applying to Latino Youth High School. Our accelerated program, just 18 credits, will […]

District Action Plan with ISBE

Chicago Public School’s Office of Diverse Learner Supports and Services is partnering with the Illinois State Board of Education to provide regular updates to CPS families. They have asked us to distribute the November 2018 ISBE Letter to CPS Staff, Parents and Families and a list of Advocacy Resources for Parents. Links to these letters can […]

We are currently seeking an EL / ESL Teacher for the New Year

Position Summary: Under general supervision, the English Language Teacher, also known as the EL or ESL Teacher, serves as a specialist for students who are learning English as a second language. The EL teacher works in a program designed to provide direct English language development instruction in the classroom, small groups and/or individual student settings. […]