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1 Chicago Foundation for Education annual report

2 Mission Chicago Foundation for Education supports Chicago Public School teachers with leadership, learning, and grant opportunities that translate into enhanced classroom experiences At-A-Glance 323 Small Grants Schools Small Grants 292 Study Group Grants 1,022 Teacher Touch Points 41,806 Students Impacted 72 Character Education Bonuses 14 ARLI Fellowships 37 Fund for Teachers Fellows Table of contents Tribute to Debby Jannotta Study Group Program Small Grant Program Action Research Leadership Institute Fund for Teachers Program Citywide Influence Participating Chicago Public Schools Volunteer Leaders & Staff Volunteer Corps Individual & Family Foundation Contributors Corporate & Foundation Contributors Financial Highlights In-Kind Contributors

3 Board Chair: Alex Washington Dear Friends, The Chicago Foundation for Education was founded in 1985 by a small group of visionary individuals who shared a passion for improving the quality of education in Chicago and the critical role that teachers play in affecting that mission. From the very beginning, and for nearly 30 years since, Debby Jannotta played a leading role in assembling, shaping, and driving the growth of the organization. For those of us who were privileged to receive a note or words of encouragement from Debby over the years to support CFE, we can attest to how deeply she cared for and nurtured CFE. We were saddened by Debby s passing this May, but the tremendous outpouring of support to CFE in her honor has come as no surprise. Debby would be proud of the solid year that we had across all of our programs. For 2014, CFE awarded 286 Small Grants to 322 Pre-K through 8th Grade CPS teachers, reaching 18,527 students. In our Fund for Teachers Program, CFE provided 30 fellowships to 37 Chicago Public School teachers. Our 2013 Teachers Workshop featured 72 CFE teacher presenters and nearly 350 teachers participated in the event. A special thank you goes to Bob Hauser and Georgia Anne Moore, who served as Senior Fellows in our Action Research Leadership Institute (ARLI) Program. As we look forward to the new school year, CFE s financial health has never been stronger, and operations are efficient and focused. We embarked on a process this past year to further refine our strategic and long-term planning, and that work will continue throughout the coming year. We also will be applying significant effort to strengthening our corporate and community partnerships. But in large part, our goals remain the same, and most importantly, consistent to the mission and legacy that Debby continues to inspire. Sincerely, Alex Washington Board Chairperson Teacher of the Year: Bob Hauser Dear Friends, As a career-changer, going from the business world into the schoolhouse, the ride has been a wild one to say the least. From working in a pristine, suburban corporate office tower to a wellworn elementary school building on Chicago s west side has been humbling. On early mornings as I walk to my classroom, I often chuckle and say, How in the world did I get here?! Teaching in Chicago is no joke. It is not for the faint of heart. It is more than challenging. It is more than demanding. Having a Chicagobased organization like CFE available to teachers is a godsend. During my first year as a teacher, I often heard about the Chicago Foundation for Education. Two years later, I took the plunge as a CFE Study Group Member. Collaborating with and learning from other CPS teachers was such a great experience that I joined two more CFE Study Groups. Three years later, I applied and was accepted as a fellow in CFE s Action Research Leadership Institute (ARLI) Program. That experience led me to share my research findings as a workshop presenter at the Illinois Reading Council s annual conference. Fast forward to today: CFE has supported me as a teacher with an additional ARLI Fellowship, two Small Grants, and a Coach Grant for a school-based Study Group. CFE gave me the encouragement to apply for a national award, The Fishman Prize, where I was named to their Honor Roll. Finally, I am eternally grateful to CFE for awarding me the 2014 Debby Jannotta and Shirley Jaffee Teacher of the Year. I now look forward to serving as a member of the CFE Board of Directors for the next two years. CFE, thank you for providing me and all teachers in Chicago with such invigorating and enlightening opportunities, and for caring about us and the children we teach! Sincerely, Bob Hauser 3rd Grade Teacher Legacy Charter School 3

4 Tribute to Debby Jannotta We were saddened this year by the loss of an exceptional woman. Debby Jannotta, a dedicated CFE Board Member, passed away on Sunday, May 18, 2014 after a long fight against breast cancer. She was a generous individual who devoted her life to caring for others. Along with serving on CFE s Board, she served on the Lyric Opera s Women s Board and The Woman s Board of Rush University Medical Center. Each of these organizations was fortunate to benefit from her incredible energy and support. Born Deborah Ross in Evanston, Debby grew up between Highland Park and Hinsdale. After residing in Virginia Beach and Boston with her husband, Edgar Ned Jannotta, they settled back to the Chicago area. Debby was a loving wife to Ned, doting mother to Katie, Ned Jr., Peter, and Ross, and supportive grandmother to 14 grandchildren. Debby is an absolutely essential part of CFE s rich history and remains a staple in our greater Chicago education community. Committed to improving and enhancing the public education system, Debby helped create the Chicago Foundation for Education in 1985, and served as a Board Member and active volunteer throughout her life. Her focus was on fundraising, and alongside Shirley Jaffee, they made up the CFE Board Development Team. She worked tirelessly to empower teachers and help offer character education to public school students. CFE was proud to celebrate Debby at our 25th anniversary gala in 2012, establishing the Debby Jannotta and Shirley Jaffee CFE Teacher of the Year Award in honor of their collective contributions to the organization. We are grateful to have had Debby as a member of our CFE family for over 25 years. She was always one of our biggest advocates and cheerfully recruited volunteers and donors along the way. She will be dearly missed. Her passion and legacy will continue to live on, however, through the work CFE does each and every day. 4

5 Special Thanks - In MemoriAm Donors Donations through September 30, 2014 A special thank you to Debby Jannotta and her husband Ned for the generous legacy gift they bestowed upon the Chicago Foundation for Education in May of We would also like to recognize the following donors for contributions made in Debby s memory. As of September 30, 2014, more than $200,000 had been received in support of future CFE programming. Individuals Anonymous (2) Kathy and Cap Adams Vicki and Rob Apatoff Mr. Vernon Armour Kathleen and Steven Ashby Bonnie and Michael Balkin Neal Ball William C. Bartholomay Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bartram Sheila and Bob Berner Bellis Family Judy and P.D. Block, III Leslie Bluhm and David Helfand Sarah W. Blumenstein Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bryan Kay and Rhett Butler Jo and Wiley Caldwell J. M. Campbell Sally R. and John G. Campbell Mary Beth and Phillip Canfield Carney Family Foundation Joy and Bob Carpenter Ruth and Martin Carver Joe Chalhoub Phyllis and Bill Chambers Kathleen and Stephen Clair Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Coe Jo Ann B. and Julien H. Collins, Jr. The Conrades Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crown Sally and Bob Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Darnall Edward J. Dellin Patricia B. Dempsey Josephine A. DeSilva Mr. and Mrs. Byram Dickes Diefenbach Family Foundation Sharon and John Dixon Lynn Donaldson and Cameron Avery James R. Donnelley Clarissa Y. Downey Shane Edwards Barbara and Ira Eichner Jeanne and John Ettelson Patti Eylar and Charles Gardner Dennis J. FitzSimons Karen and Robert Fix Linda and John Fix William Florida Mr. and Mrs. John F. Flynn Linda and Wilbur Gantz Mary and Bob Garrett Sidney and Caleb Gates Virginia and Gary Gerst The Getz Family Nancy and Bill Goldberg Gorter Family Foundation Mr. David W. Grainger Annemarie H. Gramm J. Douglas Gray Anne D. Graziano Dona Green Victor Grifols-Roura Erica and Dietrich Gross Nancy Guthrie Patricia S. and William J. Hagenah Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hall Mr. and Mrs. King Harris Mrs. Margaret S. Hart Mr. and Mrs. George F. Hartnett Bob Hauser and Dave Avery Bev and Warren Hayford Ann Z. and Earl C. Hendersen Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Henry Mrs. E.O. Higgins Louanne and Bill Holland Elizabeth and Walter Holt Ellen R. Horween Lynn and Philip Hummer The James Huntington Foundation Ms. Patricia J. Hurley Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Jaffee Mr. and Mrs. Edward James Gina and Joe Jannotta Joseph Jannotta The Jannotta-Pearsall Family Fund Jansing-Cook Foundation Mrs. Gil Judson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Judy Charles L. Katzenmeyer Mr. Thomas E. Keim Judy and John Keller Rowena D. Kelley Diane and Art Kelly Mr. and Mrs. William A. Klettke Koldyke Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Krehbiel Nancy and Ron Kurz Blair and Bill Lawlor Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lillard Mr. Thomas M. Lillard, Jr. Mrs. Frank Little Amy and Don Lubin Susan E. Lynch Kay and Jim Mabie Martha and John Mabie Suzanne C. Mack Holly and John Madigan Malott Family Foundation Anne S. Martin Ann and John McDermott Jay McGreevy Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. McKenna Eileen and James McKinney Carlette McMullan Sheila and Harvey Medvin Mrs. Withrow W. Meeker Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Miller Anne Milling Jennifer and Jim Mills Louise and Jack Mills Kathy and Christopher Morris Louellen and Tim Murray Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Nadherny Mr. and Mrs. John W. O Brien Katie and Norm Olson Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Palmer George E. Parker, III Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Perkins Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Peterson Marlene K. Phillips Anne and Jordan Prager Gingee Prince Claire and Gordon Prussian Monica and Jim Pruyn Betsey and John Puth Wilmia and Lon Ramsey Mr. and Mrs. Don M. Randel Carolyn Reed Margaret and Phil Reitz J. Christopher and Anne N. Reyes Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rinella Dr. and Mrs. William John Robb, III John H. Roberts Peter C. Roberts John W. Rogers, Jr. Rosborough Partners Richard M. Ross, Jr. Family Fund Ellen Rudd Joyce and Donald Rumsfeld Foundation Ann and Steve Ryan Patrick G. & Shirley W. Ryan Foundation Kirsten and Chris Santiago Jennifer and Joseph Schultz Barbara and Walter Scott Eleanor Seaman Emilie Kay Seweloh Amy B. Sheren Mr. and Mrs. John R. Siragusa Corinne Sloan and Bob Genirs Bonnie and Neele Stearns Liz Stiffel Ann Streeper Pamela B. and Russ M. Strobel Susan R. & John W. Sullivan Foundation Eileen Swartout Jill and Thane Swisher Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Q. Sylvester, III Dr. Barbara O. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. John W. Taylor, III Melinda and Charles Thies Susan and Stanley Trotman Truettner Family Foundation Rudy J. Vedovell Jane D. Velde Roger and Wendy Vernon James D. von Maur Nancy and Charles von Maur Susan von Maur Marilee and Richard Wehman Mr. and Mrs. Hal Wellford Judge and Mrs. Harry W. Wellford Carla and Mark Westcott Marilyn and David Wittenberg William Wotkyns Julia Yen Margrit Zimmerman Corporate Ariel Investments GTCR Make it Better Media RMB Capital Management Videotec William Blair & Company Wuskowhan Players Club 5

6 Study Group Program Chicago Foundation for Education Study Groups bring together PreK-8th grade CPS educators ( Team Members ) to learn effective teaching methods from their expert peers ( Coaches ). Coaches are identified each spring, and then a catalog of Study Group offerings is shared with teachers across the district. Potential Team Members review the catalog and rank their top choices through an online application process. Once Team Members have been selected, their Coaches facilitate a minimum of 15 hours of cooperative learning with the group. During meetings, Team Members share strategies, support each other through implementation, and adapt teaching methods for optimal efficacy across classrooms. Peer feedback and reflection on progress are hallmarks of the Study Group process. Collaboration is essential, allowing teachers to share suggestions and form a network of professionals working toward similar goals. This year, CFE awarded 255 teachers the opportunity to participate in 35 Study Groups led by 37 teachers. This year s Study Groups included Next Generation Science in the Elementary Classroom, Step Out of the Workbook with Hands-On Math, and Inspiring Robust Independent Reading for All Students. Study Group coach Spotlight Andrea Moffat, a 2nd grade teacher at Salazar ES in Old Town, led the school-based Study Group Integrating Common Core Practice Standards into Everyday Math, which focused on examining Common Core Practice and Content Standards for Math. The group sought to strengthen her school s current program to include more critical thinking in mathematics. Andrea led her group in analyzing the Standards and identifying areas on which to focus at each grade level. Together, the group implemented more discussion-based mathematical problem solving in the classroom and worked to differentiate instruction to each student s area of need. Study Group team member Spotlight Eslavia Garza, a 3rd grade teacher, joined Andrea Moffat s school-based Study Group to exchange ideas and share experiences with her Team Members to enrich the delivery of mathematics instruction at Salazar ES. It was a school-wide goal to align the curriculum with the Common Core Standards, and Eslavia was looking forward to working with colleagues from her school to achieve this goal. They explored classroom activities for their diverse student population and found the best resources for their unique students. Eslavia enjoyed participating in the supportive network of professionals at her school. 6

7 The rewarding experience of being a CFE Coach has allowed me to collaborate with amazing teaching professionals. Jala Phillips, McDowell ES, Calumet Heights Neighborhood 7

8 Small grant program Chicago Foundation for Education Small Grants fund the implementation of classroom and school-wide curricular projects that respond to the specific academic, social, and emotional needs of a specific student population. Grants of up to $600 are available to fund books, supplies, field trips, or any other items that will deepen student engagement and promote active learning. Each application is evaluated by a minimum of three CFE volunteers who use a standardized rubric to assess each proposal on its own individual merits. Last fall, CFE made 286 awards to 322 PreK-8th Grade CPS teachers. These Small Grant recipients utilized their awards to reach 18,527 students with projects such as It s All About Balance: Hands-On Equations in Math, Sensory Shelters for Special Learners, and Diving into Different Cultures through Shared Reading. After implementing their projects, many teachers had the opportunity to disseminate their ideas by presenting at CFE s Annual Teachers as Leaders and Learners Workshop and participating in CFE s Study Group Coach Program. 100% of teachers strongly agreed or agreed that their Small Grant had a direct impact on the academic growth of their students Small Grant Teacher Spotlight Dawn McCarthy, a kindergarten teacher at McPherson ES in Lincoln Square, used her CFE Small Grant funds for her project Kindergarten Scientists Research, Observe, and Collect Tadpole Data! She applied for the grant with fellow kindergarten teacher Amy O Connor. Together, they were able to purchase magnifying glasses, books, and journals to implement a science unit for their curious kindergartners. Dawn s students used scientific inquiry while conducting research about their tadpoles. This hands-on learning project increased her students English Language Learner skills, content vocabulary, and academic confidence. 100% 98% of of teachers feel that CFE validates their expertise as a professional educator teachers felt more confident being innovative with their teaching practice after implementing their Small Grant project 8

9 My CFE Small Grant allowed me to better serve my students at their individual levels. - Allen Govea, Cardenas ES, South Lawndale Neighborhood 9

10 Action Research Leadership Institute Action Research is a systematic process that teachers use to analyze the effectiveness of their instruction through data collection, evaluation, and reflection. Chicago Foundation for Education s Action Research Leadership Institute (ARLI) has been hailed by grant-winners as the best professional development experience [they] have ever had. Over the course of the school year, 14 exceptional ARLI Fellows collected data in their classrooms, examined the efficacy of specific instructional strategies, documented student achievement, and reflected upon their practice. The program includes more than 45 hours of collaborative learning facilitated by a university advisor and supported by two Senior Fellows. Upon completion of the program, Fellows shared their findings and resulting policy recommendations with their colleagues, friends, and family during final presentations. The outcomes of a teacher s Action Research inquiry have the potential to impact a classroom, a school, or an entire district. 100% strongly agreed or agreed that they continue to use action research to inform their teaching Action Research Fellow Spotlight Ricky Tang, a technology teacher at Haines ES in Chinatown, was awarded a Fellowship to research how a blended learning model for 7th grade students would help them learn more effectively. He collaborated with multiple teachers to create individualized, differentiated learning units for science and math lessons. He then analyzed students self-recorded progress reports, subjectarea assessments, and his own observations. He ultimately found that students participating in the blended learning unit obtained higher testing scores than students not participating. Along with other policy recommendations, he believes schools should mandate technology use as part of the curriculum toolkit. 100% 92% strongly of teachers strongly agreed or agreed that their experience led to consistent reflection on their teaching practices agreed or agreed that the fellowship increased their desire to engage in discourse with other educators about teaching 10

11 ARLI helped guide me to be more purposeful in planning my reading instruction. - Michelle Stewin, Melody ES, West Garfield Park Neighborhood 11

12 Fund for Teachers Program Chicago Foundation for Education Fund for Teachers (FFT) Fellowships provide powerful travel opportunities for professional renewal and growth. FFT experiences allow teachers the chance to focus on increasing academic achievement, global awareness, and cultural sensitivity in students. In partnership with the national Fund for Teachers organization, CFE awarded 30 Fund for Teachers Fellowships to 37 Chicago Public School teachers this past spring. Teachers with three or more years of classroom experience submitted proposals detailing how an FFT Fellowship would improve their instruction, as well as how the skills garnered during this experience would ultimately benefit their students, curricula, and school environments Fellow experiences included examining mathematics instruction at five Japanese schools to replicate a successful model in CPS, pursuing guided field research in diverse biomes such as the Amazon rainforest and the Galapagos Islands to create an enriched science unit, and exploring the life and work of Nelson Mandela in South Africa to enhance a character education program through the lens of global equality. 100% of Fellows strongly agreed or agreed that their experience allowed them to be more innovative in their approach to teaching Fund for Teachers Fellow Spotlight Kat Henry, a special education teacher at Pulaski ES in Logan Square, earned a FFT Fellowship to travel to Aarhus, Denmark, one of the world s happiest cities to inspire her inner-city Chicago students. She created a documentary and developed an International Baccalaureate school partnership so that her class could communicate with students around the world. Recognizing the importance of integrating character education into the greater student curriculum, Kat set out to develop her special education students as global learners. Her students have since demonstrated growth in social-emotional skills such as openmindedness, communication, self-reflection, and cultural awareness. 100% 96% strongly strongly agreed or agreed that they have developed new curriculum as a result of this grant agreed or agreed that their Fellowship experiences helped them to become more effective teachers 12

13 Through our Fellowship to the Galapagos Islands, we brought back a plethora of information regarding biogeography, geology, and ecology for our students. Kelly Heath (pictured) & Katie Whittaker, Lane Tech HS, Northcenter Neighborhood 13

14 Citywide Influence workshop CFE hosted its 25th Annual Teachers as Leaders and Learners Workshop on October 19, The conference featured 72 CFE teacher-presenters, all of whom showcased their grant-winning curricular projects, instructional strategies, and action research findings. Nearly 350 teachers participated in this Saturday morning event and were greeted by an enthusiastic Keynote address from Kristin Ziemke, a former Chicago Public School teacher, Apple Distinguished Educator, and co-author of Connecting Comprehension and Technology, which offers lessons in how students can collaborate and communicate through digital resources. CFE s Workshop also offered a Resource Fair, grant-writing assistance, and a networking session at the conclusion of the event. outreach Chicago Foundation for Education is proud to work with teachers across the entire Chicago Public School district, and to recognize our 344 schools on pages 16 and 17. We reach several thousand educators via our monthly e-newsletter and continue to rely on our volunteers and Teacher Liaisons to connect on school grounds, as well as our more than 100 CPS, education organizations, and university partners in Chicago. CFE also shares resources and creates an open dialogue with teachers through social media. To stay connected, like Chicago Foundation for Education on Facebook and follow us on Character Education Initiative Chicago Foundation for Education continues to recognize the importance of social and emotional learning as an integral part of every student s education. CFE encourages teachers who cultivate a student s intrinsic motivation to: Develop critical thinking and decision-making skills. Strengthen self-esteem and increase respect for others. Understand the consequences of decisions and actions. Advance into productive, responsible citizens of the classroom, school, and greater community. CFE currently offers $100 and $200 Character Education Bonuses to our Small Grant, Study Group Coach Grant, and Action Research Fellowship winners. More than 25% of our grant-winners apply for and earn Bonuses to support the integration of lessons that promote core character education values. This year, CFE awarded 72 Character Education Bonuses to teachers. 14

15 CFE s Workshop is the most enriching conference at which I have had both the privilege of attending and the honor of presenting my work. Randall Saks, Gary ES, South Lawndale Neighborhood 15

16 Participating Chicago Public Schools Academy for Global Citizenship Charter ES Alcott ES Amandla Charter ES American Quality Ariel ES Armour ES Armour ES Branch Armstrong, G. ES Ashburn ES ASPIRA Charter - Haugan MS Audubon ES AUSL - Bradwell ES AUSL - Carter ES AUSL - Casals ES AUSL - Chalmers ES AUSL - Chicago Academy ES AUSL - Curtis ES AUSL - Deneen ES AUSL - Dodge ES AUSL - Dulles ES AUSL - Fuller ES AUSL - Harvard ES AUSL - Haugan ES AUSL - Herzl ES AUSL - Howe ES AUSL - Johnson ES AUSL - Lewis ES AUSL - Marquette ES AUSL - Natl. Teachers Academy ES AUSL - O Keeffe ES AUSL - Sherman ES AUSL - Solorio HS AUSL - Tarkington ES Azuela ES Back of the Yards HS Barnard ES Barry ES Bass ES Bateman ES Beard ES Beasley Math & Science Magnet ES Beaubien Gifted ES Belding ES Belmont-Cragin ES Bennett ES Black Math & Science Magnet ES Blaine Arts ES Bond ES Boone ES Bouchet Math & Science ES Brennemann Arts ES 16 Brentano Math & Science ES Bridge ES Bright ES Brown, W. ES Brownell ES Brunson Math & Science ES Budlong ES Burbank ES Burke ES Burley ES Burnham ES Burnside Magnet ES Burr Language ES Calmeca Academy ES Cameron ES Camras ES Cardenas ES Carnegie ES Carroll/Rosenwald ES Carson ES Carver Arts ES Carver MS Catalyst - Howland ES Chase Language ES Chavez ES Chavez Upper Grade Center Chicago HS for the Arts Chopin ES Christopher Charter House ES Christopher ES CICS - Basil ES CICS - Bucktown ES CICS - Prairie ES CICS - West Belden ES CICS - Wrightwood ES Citywide ES Claremont Academy ES Claremont ES Clay ES Cleveland ES Cook ES Coonley ES Corkery ES Courtenay ES Curie HS Davis, M. Magnet ES Dawes ES De Diego ES Dett ES Dever ES Dewey Arts ES Dirksen ES Disney II Magnet Arts ES Disney Magnet ES Dore ES Drake ES Drummond Magnet ES Dunbar HS Durkin Park ES Dvorak Tech Academy ES Earle ES Eberhart ES Ebinger ES Edison Park ES Edison Regional Gifted ES Edwards Arts ES Edwards ES Ericson Magnet ES Everett ES Evergreen ES Evers Arts ES Falconer ES Faraday ES Farnsworth ES Farragut HS Field ES Fiske Language ES Fort Dearborn Arts ES Franklin Magnet Arts ES Frazier Magnet IB Friends of Future Leaders Fulton ES Funston ES Funston ES Annex Gage Park HS Galapagos Charter ES Gale ES Galileo Math & Science Magnet ES Gallistel ES Branch Gallistel Language ES Garvy ES Gary ES Gillespie ES Goethe ES Gompers Arts ES Goudy ES Gray ES Green ES Greene ES Gregory ES Gregory Math & Science ES Gunsaulus Magnet ES Haines ES Hale ES Hamilton Arts ES Hamline ES Hammond ES Hampton Arts ES Hanson Park ES Haugan ES Hawthorne Magnet ES Hayt ES Healy ES Healy ES Annex Hedges Arts ES Henderson ES Hendricks ES Henry ES Hernandez MS Hibbard ES Hitch ES Holden Arts ES Horace Mann ES Hoyne ES Hughes, L. ES Hurley ES Infinity Tech HS Inter-American Magnet ES Jackson, A. Language ES Jamieson ES Jones College Prep HS Joplin ES Jordan ES Juarez HS Julian HS Jungman ES Kanoon ES Kellman Language ES Kellogg ES Kenwood Academy HS Kershaw Magnet ES Kilmer ES Kinzie ES KIPP Ascend Charter ES Kozminski ES Lane Tech HS Langford ES Lara ES Lasalle II Magnet ES Lawndale ES LEARN Charter - Excel ES LEARN Charter - South Chicago ES Lee ES Legacy Charter ES Leland Language ES Lenart Gifted ES Libby ES Lincoln ES Lincoln Park HS Participating Schools Grants Distributed Across CPS CPS Classroom Visits

17 Lindblom Math & Science HS Linne ES Little Village ES Lloyd ES Locke, A. Charter ES Lorca ES Lowell ES Lyon ES Madison Arts ES Manierre ES Marsh ES Mason ES Mather HS May ES Mayer Arts ES McCormick Language ES McCutcheon ES Branch McDade Classical ES McDowell ES McNair ES McPherson ES Melody STEM - Delano ES Mireles Language ES Mitchell ES Montefiore Special Education ES Moos ES Morrill Math & Science ES Mt. Greenwood ES Mt. Vernon ES Murphy Arts ES Murray Language ES Namaste Charter ES Nettelhorst Arts ES New Field ES New Sullivan ES Newberry Math & Science ES Nicholson Technology ES Nightingale ES Nixon ES NLCP Charter - Collins HS Noble Street Charter HS Northwest MS Ogden ES Ogden Intl HS Oglesby ES Orozco Gifted ELL Arts ES Ortiz de Dominguez ES Otis Language ES Owen Scholastic ES Palmer ES Parker ES Passages Charter ES Pasteur ES Peck Language ES Peirce ES Perez Arts ES Peterson ES Pickard ES Pilsen ES Pirie Arts ES Plamondon ES Poe ES Polaris Charter ES Portage Park ES Prescott ES Prieto Math & Science ES Pritzker Gifted Arts ES Prussing ES Pulaski International ES Ravenswood Arts ES Ray Language ES Reilly ES Reinberg ES Roosevelt HS Rudolph Learning Center ES Ruggles ES Ruiz Arts ES Salazar Bilingual ES Sandoval ES Saucedo Academy ES Sauganash ES Sawyer ES Scammon ES Schmid ES Schubert ES Schurz HS Seward ES Seward ES Branch Shabazz Charter ES - Sizemore Sheridan Math & Science ES Shoesmith ES Skinner Classical ES Skinner West ES Smith ES Smyser ES Solomon ES South Shore Fine Arts ES Southside Occupational Academy HS Spencer Tech Academy ES STEM Academy ES Stevenson ES Stock ES Stone ES Suder Montessori ES Sutherland ES Swift Elementary Swift Specialty ES Taft HS Talcott Fine Arts ES Talman ES Thorp, J. ES Thorp, O. ES Till Math & Science ES Tonti ES U of C Charter - Donoghue ES U of C Charter - N Kenwood/Oakland U of C Charter - Woodlawn HS UNO - Brighton Park ES UNO - Humboldt Park ES Vick ECC Volta ES Wadsworth ES Warren ES Washington, G. ES Waters Arts ES West Pullman ES White ES Whitney ES Whitney Young HS Wildwood ES Woodson ES Yates ES Young ES Zapata ES 17

18 volunteer Leaders and Staff Committee Chairpersons Cara Bucciarelli, Workshop Phyllis Chambers, Action Research Leadership Institute Brian Duwe, Fund for Teachers Tricia Hagenah, Small Grants Louanne Holland, Character Education Chris Santiago, Fund for Teachers Ann Streeper, Workshop Small Grant Subject Area Coordinators Carolyn Arnolds Hntsa Asgedom Dave Avery Adam Brown Tricia Hagenah Rebekah Kane Cheryl Kraemer Karen Miller Dara Milner Susan Nelson Susan Rohrman Laura Watson Workshop Committee Kristin Appiah-Word Valerie Betts Cara Bucciarelli Bob Hauser Jessica Henning Lisa Caputo Love Study Group Liaisons Kimberly Bailey Carla Berry Cass Book Linda Drake Kate Hagenah Bob Hauser Dorothy Kramer Associate Committee Talbott Baldwin Adam Brown Connor Dawson Michael Disabato Alex Feld Max Gaby Kate Hagenah Kimbell Hall Nicholas Johansson Cody Kittle Katie Lyons Michelle Smith Ann Streeper Catherine Tanner Sonia Wang Lori Zaimi Greg Krylov Jennifer Maddrell Deborah Maggio Debra Miretzky Nicole Peterson Laura Watson Jenny Lee Joe McIntyre Brandon Mitchel Andy O Dekirk Ivan Osinsky Jon Michael Reese Kara Schneidewend William Slater David Vennettilli Sarah Vogt Small Grant Observation Coordinators Carolyn Arnolds Tricia Hagenah Judy Harmon Ann Streeper Staff Amy Sheren, Executive Director Sarah Hoppe Knight, Program Director Nedranae Hunt, Grants Coordinator Julie Schumann, Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator Cristina Guerrero, Development Coordinator Sue Hansen, University Advisor Lakin Davis, Intern Ashley Garlington, Intern 232 $34,007 Total Volunteers Total Value of Contributed Hours 75% Veteran Volunteers Special thanks to Tim Knight for photography. 18

19 Volunteer Corps Kathy Acles Kristina Almassy Anna M. Alvarado^ Mark Anderson+ Kristin Appiah-Word Carolyn Arnolds* Hntsa Asgedom* Dave Avery* Janice Ayarzagoitia Annette Bacon Jan Bail Kimberly Bailey Talbott Baldwin Mike Ban^ Fernanda Banchs Paula Baron Renee Bearak Rebecca Berger Surella Bernadel Carla Berry Valerie Betts Beth Wilson Blair^ Judy Block+ Cass Book^ Nancy Brandes^ Adam Brown* Maryam Brown^+ Cara Bucciarelli+* Sean Burke Deb Burrows^ Aleria Butler Michele Buttermore Mary Beth Canfield+ Jacqueline Canigiani^ Richard Carr Sheila Cashman Georgeanne Chalmers Phyllis Chambers*^+ Maria Cleciura Tracie Clisby^ Jackie Cofsky Jennifer Cofsky Karen Cofsky Brigid Comer John Cooksey Margo Criscuola Brandi Davis Lakin Davis Vera L. Davis Connor Dawson Susan decordova Anthony DeSantis Marcia Desmond Michael Disabato^ Megan Dorfman Linda Drake Deni Drinkwater^ Lili Duquette^ Brian W. Duwe^+ Libby Eakin Dorne Eastwood^ Shanti Elliott Luz Engman Simintha Esson Kristen Evans Eirill Alvilde Falck Alex Feld Jacky Ferro Joan Field Marianne Flanagan Suzanne Flavin Sally Frantz Jessica Fulton^ Max Gaby Robert J. Gariano+ Ashley Garlington Graham Gerst^+ Barb Gooden Carolyn Gourash Beth Grady Kathleen Greene Sara Guderyahn^ Chaula Gupta^ Kate Hagenah^ Tricia Hagenah*^+ Kimbell Hall Maggie Hansen Judy Harmon Gloria Harper^ Melanie Hauck Bob Hauser*+ Kristen Hebberth Jessica Henning Asha Hira Louanne Holland*+ Bob Horne^+ Pamela Howard Rosemary Isono Kelly Jackson Marion Jackson Shirley Jaffee+ Hajra Jaffer Jeannie James+ Samana Jasper Nicholas Johansson Crystal Johnson Colleen Kamin Rebekah Kane* Stacey Kaniewski Katie Kennicott Janet Kibler Joanne Kiewicz Lois Kimmelman Cody Kittle * Volunteer Leader ^ FFT Selection Committee Members + Board Member Susan Knibbs^ Tim Knight Cheryl Kraemer* Dorothy Kramer Greg Krylov Sarah Rossi Kulpa^ Jan Kuramoto Sue Laue Jamie Lee Jenny Lee^ Kerry Lehmann Robert W. Lemke Lisa Caputo Love Christy Lynch Katie Lyons Jennifer Maddrell Deborah Maggio Julianne Maggiore Angela Maniaci^ Susan Martin Anne Mathew Lynn Mathias Mason Matschke^ Jennifer Kim Matsuzawa Bernadine McCullough Tara McDonald Ryan McGill Joe McIntyre Linda McNelley Laura Meili^ Nicole Milberg^ Bettina Miller Karen Miller*^ Mary Alice Miller Dara Milner*^ Debra Miretzky Brandon Mitchel^ Anna Mroz Marsha Nathan Rendy S. Nelson^ Susan Nelson*^ Bridget Newsham Andy O Dekirk Ted Oppenheimer^ Ivan Osinsky Josefina Otero^ Kimi Ottovanio Cristina Pacione-Zayas Doris Pandorie Rolland Charis Parrott Shauna Peet Nicole Peterson Sharon Piper Emily Porter^ Luella Powell Barnett Aileen Primack Gretchen Quinn Vincent Quinn Stacy Ratner^ Merrilee Redmond Tracy Reeder Jon Michael Reese Marcey Regan Marjurie Ribeiro Sara Ridder Julianna Ritzu Dana Robinson Ken Robinson Marjorie Rogasner Miranda Rogers Susan Rohrman Michael V. Saladino Chris Santiago*+ Marianne Schenker Kara Schneidewend Marc Schulman^ Cathy Shaw Peggy Sheren Neelma Siddiqi Laura Simpson William Slater Sarah Slavin^+ Christian Smith^ Michelle Smith Diane Sokolofski Margo Sorgman Lisa Stadler Dan Stanzel Ann Streeper*^+ Gayle Sundt Brooke Switzer Thomas Szymanski^ Catherine Tanner Trisha Tepavchevich^ Jennifer Thompson Amy Twardowski^ Charles Vacanti David Vennettilli Maria Villarreal Sue Vitt Sarah Vogt Tip Walker Jean Waller Sonia Wang Victoria Warms Alex E. Washington^+ Devanee Washington^ Laura Watson*^ Megan Webster Tatum Debbie Weston Jean Westrick^ Katie White Antoinette Wilkes Pam Wilson Cynthia Wright Brooke Yoder Lori Zaimi Nicole Zumpano^+ 19

20 Contributors Donations between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014 Individual & Family Foundation Contributors $35,000+ Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Jannotta, Sr. Susan K. and Stephen R. Wilson $25,000+ Mary Beth and Phil Canfield Hoban Family Charitable Foundation Holly and John Madigan Joyce and Donald Rumsfeld Foundation Patrick G. & Shirley W. Ryan Foundation $15,000+ Ann and Richard Carr A.G. Cox Charity Trust Mr. David W. Grainger Patricia S. and William J. Hagenah Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Jaffee $10,000+ Foley Family Foundation Bev and Warren Hayford Mr. and Mrs. Edward James Eileen and James McKinney $5,000+ Mr. Vernon Armour Sheila and Bob Berner Douglas R. and S. Leigh P. Conant Cookie Jar Foundation Yasmina and Brian Duwe Sonja and Conrad Fischer Christy and Graham Gerst Virginia and Gary Gerst Louanne and Bill Holland Kaplan Foundation Fund Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Krehbiel Katie and Norm Olson John W. Rogers, Jr. Devanee and Alex Washington $2,500+ Kathleen and Steven Ashby Jo and Wiley Caldwell Phyllis and Bill Chambers James and Catherine Denny Foundation Paul Galvin Memorial Foundation Trust Denise and Matthew Gibson Gorter Family Foundation Erika and Dietrich Gross The Charles Jacob Foundation Carolyn and John Kavanaugh Mr. and Mrs. John Krehbiel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald McClure Mr. and Mrs. John D. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. John S. Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Harrison I. Steans $1,000+ Anonymous Mark Anderson Juliette F. Bacon Barbara Bere Judy and P.D. Block, III Mr. and Mrs. James R. Boris Mrs. Edward A. Brennan Joe Chalhoub Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Coe The Conrades Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crown Liz and Kent Dauten Karen and Robert Fix Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gariano Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. George, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James J. Glasser Victor Grifols-Roura Jennifer and Scott Gwilliam Pam and Jeff Hay Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Hill Mary and Mark Hoppe Kelly and Bob Horne Ellen R. Horween The James Huntington Foundation The King Family Foundation Susie and Dick Kiphart Becky and Lester Knight Marvin L. Kocian Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lillard Mr. Thomas M. Lillard, Jr. Susan E. Lynch Martha and John Mabie Ann and John McDermott Kelly McGrail and Jeff Goulette Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. McKenna Jane and Bruce McLagan Mrs. Withrow W. Meeker Louellen and Tim Murray Arthur C. Nielsen, Jr. Family Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. John W. O Brien Cathy and Bill Osborn Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Perkins Sandra and Michael Perlow Marlene K. Phillips J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation Betsey and John Puth Mrs. Carole Pyle-Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Don M. Randel J. Christopher and Anne N. Reyes Foundation Segal Family Foundation Susie Smart Liz Stiffel Ann Streeper Susan R. & John W. Sullivan Foundation Dr. Barbara O. Taylor $500+ Anonymous Kathy and Cap Adams Janice and Richard Bail Bonnie and Michael Balkin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bartram Rebecca Berger Leslie Bluhm and David Helfand Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bodeen Ruth and Martin Carver Karen and Tom Cofsky Stacey and Eric Cohen Kitty and Steve Cole Stanton R. Cook Mrs. Joseph T. Curti Mr. and Mrs. Henry De Vogue Mr. and Mrs. Byram Dickes Lynn Donaldson and Cameron Avery Clarissa Y. Downey Mr. and Mrs. William K. Downey Lili and Art Duquette Barbara and Ira Eichner Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field Mr. and Mrs. John F. Flynn Linda and Wilbur Gantz Sidney and Caleb Gates The Getz Family Mr. and Mrs. Dilip Ghate Michelle and Larry Goodman John K. Greene Mr. and Mrs. King Harris Heidi and Dan Jaffee Nancy E. Jaffee and William T. Patterson Joseph Jannotta Meghan and Peter Jannotta Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Keiser Diane I. and Robert W. Lemke Amy and Don Lubin Michigan City Education Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Miller Louise and Jack Mills Mr. and Mrs. Newton N. Minow Morrison Family Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Robbins Susan and Douglass Rohrman Ann and Steve Ryan Lydia and Pat Ryan Kathleen and Jim Skinner Corinne Sloan and Bob Genirs Marilynn and Carl Thoma Nancy and Glen Traylor Mr. and Mrs. Kennneth Viellieu Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Weiss William Wotkyns $250+ Dr. and Mrs. Carl Backer Robert Thomas Bobins Foundation Susan D. Bowey William & Joan Brodsky Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bryan Dr. Anne L. Bryant Sally R. and John G. Campbell Carney Family Foundation Stacey and Christopher Caywood Combined Federal Campaign Dottie and Jim Currie John and Jeanne Ettelson Patti Eylar and Charles Gardner Sally and Jack Foster Leslie and Joseph Garber Ethel and Bill Gofen Gloria and Bill Gray 20

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