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The Sixth Annual Hartman Family Foundation Educator of the Year Awards
The ATT proudly announces the Sixth Annual Hartman Family Foundation Educator of the Year Awards. Your children have outstanding Rebbeim, Morot, and Teachers in their lives. Show your appreciation by nominating them. One award of $18,000 and two awards of $6,000 will be presented to three outstanding teachers. Easy to complete nomination forms are available at the ATT office or online at Nomination deadline: May 8, 2015. For more information, call the ATT at 773-973-2828.

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2015 CPS Title I Parent Fair

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ATT 2015 Winter Department of Teacher Education Classes Begin

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PTACH's Melava Malka on February 14, 2015 Was a Huge Success
The ATT and PTACH thank the more than 200 people who attended the PTACH 2015 Essence Café this past Motzei Shabbos. They were treated to a beautiful evening. They were inspired by Shari Furnstahl’s personal story and message about people who learn differently and the success they can achieve. Mazel Tov to Mrs. Esther Pomerantz (JDBY), Mrs. Tziporah Safirstein (ACHDS), and Mrs. Yonina Yovits (ACHDS) who received the PTACH Inclusion Teacher of the Year Award. Thank you to all the volunteers who made the evening so successful.

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Asher Essay Contest 2015 Concludes
The ATT extends a hearty Yishar Koach to the over 250 students who submitted Asher Essays this year. We look forward to reading each of your essays, and we acknowledge your time and effort. All students will receive a letter of thanks for participating. Winners will receive recognition and prizes at the ATT’s Awards Presentation and Annual Meeting on Wednesday, May 13, 2015.

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ATT's Annual Teachers' Educational Conference Recap

"Memory: The Long and Short of It," "Active Participation: Strategies to Engage All Learners," "21st Century Learning Across the High School Curriculum," "Motivating the 21st Century Student," "Individualizing to Meet the Needs of Challenging Children," "Recognizing Signs of Stress in Young Children and Helping Them Cope" and more -- some of the 19 professional development classes attended by ATT teachers this week at the annual ATT's Teachers' Conference Day. 500 teachers spent the day learning and reflecting on their teaching skills. The ATT salutes the participants and their commitment to be lifelong learners.

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3rd Annual ATT Yedios Klaliyos Program Concludes
Nearly 50 students from ATT schools participated in this year's program. 24 students participated in the Yedios Klaliyos Final Round. Their mastery of the material was inspiring. Thank you to Rabbi Dovid Rifkind, Program Coordinator of the ATT Yedios Klaliyos Program, for organizing the program and to the volunteers who made the program run so smoothly. A hearty Yasher Koach to all those who participated.

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ATT's 85th Annual Gala - A Smashing Success!
ATT thanks the community for its enthusiastic support of its 85th Annual Gala, Raising Expectations. Over 400 people gathered to pay tribute to Paul Rosenberg z"l and YB'L Rabbi Meir and Elizabeth Fischer Shapiro for their contributions to Jewish education in our community. Three outstanding educators, Mrs. Rutie Zuckerman (Arie Crown), Mrs. Debra Andruk (Hillel Torah), and Mrs. Sarah Wainkrantz (Ida Crown; Hanna Sacks) were honored and received a standing ovation from the crowd as they accepted their Hartman Family Foundation Educator of the Year Awards.

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