Suder Wins National Competition

September 06, 2018

Suder won a national competition to host a Mandarin exchange teacher!

Youth hockey for the masses

November 11, 2017

Suder event with the Chicago Blackhawks

June 21, 2017

Suder students helped Patrick Kane and Daniel Carcillo plant trees in Chicago as part of the NHL Green Legacy Tree Project

Suder Beehive In the News Again!

CPS Success blog posted an update about our Suder beehives!

We harvest honey with Chicago's bicycling beekeeper

Today, we're harvesting honey from the hive at Suder Montessori Magnet Elementary, a Chicago public school in East Garfield Park. Like many local foods, honey is in the middle of harvest season. Now is when nectar stops flowing in local flowers, plants and trees, so bees stop foraging and get busy making enough honey to survive on until the nectar starts streaming again next year. More than enough, in fact — the extra is what keepers harvest...

Suder parents volunteer — to clean restrooms and classrooms

December 18, 2015

Parents spent Saturday morning cleaning classrooms and bathrooms because of what they say has been "inadequate custodial work" by Aramark.

167 Chicago Public Schools principals: Save our schools now

December 03, 2015

Chicago Public Schools principals urge local and state leaders to act now to help our students get the education they deserve through appropriately funding CPS schools. This letter is signed by 167 Chicago Public Schools principals, including Suder's principal, Alexander Phillips.

Suder in the Windy City Coop Tour

October 29, 2015

In its sixth year, co-hosted by Angelic Organics Learning Center and the Chicagoland Chicken Enthusiasts, volunteers for the Windy City Coop Tour open their yards and coops to the public for a weekend so that visitors can come see and learn about the experience of building henhouses and raising backyard chickens as part of a sustainable urban lifestyle. This year, the Coop Tour featured sixteen coops in fifteen of Chicago’s 50 wards, including coops in residential backyards, an urban garden center, and even the courtyard of a public Montessori school. 

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