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    80 Percent There

  • The 17 mile long Chicago Lakefront Trail. Photo courtesy of the Chicago Architecture Center.

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    Lakefront and Riverwalk Open to Chicagoans

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    #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd

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    Latin’s Loan

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    Locked Out Of The House

  • An image of the empty lakefront after Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced its temporary closure. Photo courtesy of  Chicago Visitors Guide

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    Temporarily Landlocked

  • An image of the email sent out to the Parker community detailing the new grading policy.

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    Continuing With The Curriculum

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    Governor J.B. Pritzker Issues Stay At Home Order

  • A cartoon about the recent school closures thanks to COVID-19.  Cartoon courtesy of the Shreveport Times.

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    Parker and COVID-19: This Story is Developing

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    A Planetary Concern

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Articles and editorials published on this website do not reflect the views of the Francis W. Parker School. Although Parker administrators practice prior review and approve all content published on this website, our opinions do not represent those of the school. All articles undergo a thorough publication process and are edited and reviewed by the editors-in-chief of The Parker Weekly and our faculty advisors.

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