Cluster student Kiley has a problem many high school seniors would like to have. She's trying to decide which college to attend out of the 10 where she's been accepted -- so far. Kiley and her sister, Kichelle, started at Cluster when Kiley was in … [Read more...] about Student spotlight: Kiley
Students in grades K-6 have an opportunity to get six weeks of personalized reading and writing instruction at Concordia University, starting Saturday, Feb. 17. Through its Center for Literacy, Concordia is offering small-group reading and writing … [Read more...] about Sign up for extra reading, writing instruction
There's no mystery about it: Young readers always can use more good books. Cluster Tutoring is the grateful recipient of about 100 books given by author Heather Ash, president of the Midwest Chapter of the Mystery Writers of America. The books, … [Read more...] about A not-so-mysterious book donation
Jamiya S. first came to Cluster Tutoring when she was in 2nd grade, at her mother's behest. Now that she's a senior at Lake View High School, she's been accepted at 11 colleges. Throughout that time, Jamiya has had one tutor -- Lia Colbert, who … [Read more...] about Student spotlight: Jamiya S.
Laila M. enjoyed being a student at Cluster for five years. But when her tutor was unable to return this year, she switched to being a tutor instead. Laila started at Cluster Tutoring when she was in 5th grade. She's now a sophomore at George … [Read more...] about Student/tutor spotlight: Laila M.
Did you realize all the ways engineers build things we use every day? The Chicago Public Library's Winter Learning Challenge will focus on engineering. The CPL Winter Learning Challenge runs from Dec. 18 through Jan. 8. Kids are encouraged to … [Read more...] about Chicago Public Library winter challenge: Be an engineer