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6040 North Kilpatrick Avenue
Chicago, IL 60646

(773) 534-3470
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November 17, 2012
Raising children is expensive. Adding $10 for the PTA membership and $20 a couple times for fundraising is a drop in the bucket. ALL the kids benefit from the teacher aids in the lower grades-- K-2 (paid ENTIRELY by the PTA) a music teacher (paid ENTIRELY by the PTA) the halloween party (paid ENTIRELY by the PTA) field trips, before and after school care, classroom supplies, the student talent show, teacher grants and more, all supplemented by the PTA. The many families that contribute very little --in time and/or money-- are made up by the families that contribute hundreds each year. The $10 charge at the halloween party was just for food. The activities were open to all, which by the way, took hours of work by dozens of volunteers. Regardless of who donates money or volunteers their time, all the children benefit. Don't have a computer at home? Send your child's teacher a note asking how he/she is doing. Or stop by the library to visit your online parent portal. Either way is free. Yes, its hard to say no to our children sometimes. But put it in perspective. Visit a PTA meeting. Check out public schools without an active PTA. THEN decide where you want to send your child.

- submitted by a parent
November 02, 2012
Sauganash School is an ideal example of how underfunded public schools can thrive, excel - consistently - with a strong partnership between teachers, faculty, students and parents. But it is only possible if everyone plays a part. Plain and simple, there is a HUGE funding gap and without parent support (PTA membership is $10 - the same as 2 coffees or a 1/4 tank of gas) no teacher aides, music, and more. Our kids deserve this, and most (though I recognize not all) families in our community can come up with that. A previous writer had an issue with teachers. My daughter has had six teachers, each of whom gave her individualized attention even in huge classes, and all have gone above and beyond to meet my needs when I asked - nicely. There is a small-school family feel here... kids look out for each other; teachers and staff are nothing short of heroic in comforting kids with serious special needs or those just having a rough day. The compassion is astonishing. Not impressed by warm-fuzzies? Look at the numbers. We're in the top 20 CPS elementary schools, including selective enrollment and our scores are consistently excellent. This is a neighborhood treasure.

- submitted by a parent
November 02, 2012
Sauganash is a wonderful school. I can afford to send my child elsewhere but we chose to live in this neighborhood in large part because of Sauganash School. To ther reviewer below,. do you think it's free to put on a Halloween party? Well, it's not. The PTA has to raise funds to pay the expenses. But more importantly than that are all the incredible things the PTA does with the funds they raise. Teachers aids and after school programs cost money and someone has to pay for it. If you don't want to then don't but stop your whining about ac active PTA working hard to raise needed money for our neighborhood school.

- submitted by a parent
October 31, 2012
"Blaming and whining"...Don't blame your child poor performance on other people. My son is 6th grade student, he is welcomed every single day and loves his school and his teachers. The principal and her team are on top of everything. Don't forget....PTA show support for their kid's school. Five stars from me.

- submitted by a parent
October 14, 2012
To the previous poster who made the comment about bribery, here's the deal from a parent who knows...no family will be turned away from the PTA halloween party, whether they are members or not..also if your child is one of the lower grades k and 1st grade, the PTA pays for the teachers's aides and the music teacher for the entire school..I also believe that there is an aide in the 2nd grade that the PTA pays for as well..Family Fun NIght is a free PTA event that will welcome all families at the end of the school year...so yes, the PTA does solicit money for the salaries of 5 teachers aides, a music teacher, and the PTA always ask parents to join to show support for their kid's school..your participation in Football Mania is optional....don't sell raffle tickets if you don't want to..but join the PTA to help improve the environment that your child spends the bulk of his/her time in...also, just a reminder that surrounding area schools such as Farnsworth, Wildwood, Edgebrook, etc, do some type of fundraising as well..I hope you join the PTA and become involved so you can see where the money goes and what it is used for....maybe your experience with the school would improve

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2012
This school needs to stop with the bribery to get money. They tell the kids the class will get a party or whatever if everyone turns in football mania tickets, which are $20 a ticket. They bribe the kids with the yearly raffle. Sell xx amount and get a prize. That's all it is with them is bribery. Not all parents can afford this stuff. If they could, they wouldn't be in a Chicago Public School. Right now, they are sending home information about their annual spooktacular event. PTA members are free. But if we don't get one, we have to pay at the door to join the PTA. They fill the children's heads with hopes of getting this or doing that, and then it makes the parents look like the bad guys when we have to say NO because it simply is not in our budget. It's ridiculous. The principal does only care about appearance it seems like. After an incident with my child, and she did absolutely NOTHING about it, I realized this. Most of the teachers are a joke. Completely disorganized. They don't send home hardly anything about what is going on in class, they want you to look online. What about people who do not have a working computer or Internet access?

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2012
My son goes to school here and he says it's really great.I've been inside the the school and I think it's pretty good.The principal is magnificent,she takes great time to check up on the students.But sadly, I think some of the teachers are kinda ignorant.There has been the good teachers and the bad.My son also begs me to never leave the school because he has great friends and he loves the dances. I would give this school 3 stars.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2011
One final thought, I've been accepted as a single parent who can't participate in all of the parent activities (with working full time). Everyone knows my name even though I can't volunteer or be a part of the PTA. Everyone knows my child's name and she is welcomed every single day and loves her school. This is a warm family environment at Sauganash that Principal Munns has created and I feel as a high level executive is doing everything it can within the confines of being in such a hugh public school system. If your child isn't challenged at CPS, you need to step up and provide at home.

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2011
This school is a big disapointment. I moved into this neighborhood for the school and it is not what people make it out to be. The curriculum is terrible, teachers do not supplement for those who need academic challenge. My child is being taught with the lowest possible standards.

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2011
I chose Sauganash for its diverse student body and strong academic reputation, in an affordable neighborhood. The diversity is there, the academics are not. I regret my decision and I worry that I have done a disservice to my son. The curriculum is watered down and the "teach to the test" mentality rules. The math program in particular is exceptionally weak. (Third graders started to learn single-digit multiplication in February of THIS year.) The homework is busy work or online assignments reading simple stories and completing "fill in the blank" book reports. There is this overall feeling that the school is "good enough" as long as it maintains a consistent ISAT score. Add in the short cps school day plus ridiculous class sizes (34 and 40 children in some classes) and the deck is stacked against the teachers. It takes an amazingly dedicated and gifted teacher to make headway academically. We have had several. I don't think the issues with the school stem from poor teachers. It is a leadership and curriculum problem. Parents/PTA are committed to improving the school but their focus is on resources. My child is happy and there is definitely a sense of community.

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2011
I really love the teachers that my child has had at Sauganash. I do believe my child is getting a good education. The only drawback is that the school is very cliquey. If you don't belong to the clique it's difficult to feel welcomed at the school and even harder to make friends. This goes for both the parents and the children. But then again what can you expect from the kids when the parents are the ones modelling this type of behavior. Because of the parents inability to show compassion and to teach their children that everyone should be included, there tends to be a lot of bullying at the school. My first grader has been on the receiving end of several bully attacks. The teacher has tried to address these issues with the class since my child isn't the only one being bullied. Unfortunately the parents of the bullies don't think bullying is a problem and are of the mindset that it's "not my kid". Of course these are parents that are part of the "clique" and therefore not much has been done. What a shame.

- submitted by a parent
March 02, 2011
I can't disagree more with the Feb 28, 2011 review. Our son is only in first grade, but so far we've had nothing but positive experiences at Sauganash. His teachers, the aides, assistants and specialty (art, music, etc.) have been accessible and responsive to us. Mrs. Munns and Ms. Raich are also easy to reach and on top of everything.

- submitted by a parent
February 28, 2011
The neighborhood is great - kids are great. Unfortunately, the quality of education is not there. The Illinois State Standards are not followed and the principal seems to only care about image - not student progress. I am unclear if it is the quality of the teachers or the prinicpal who is dicating what can and can not be taught. Students do not receive adequate instruction in math, nor do they receive RTI mediation if they are struggling. They do not offer the full spectrum of services in Special Ed. I moved into the neighborhood years ago because of all the great things I heard about the school. Unfortunately, I have been less than impressed. The school gets 5 stars for PR but that's about the only "quality" rating I can give it. Please look twice at this school. Ask to see lesson plans or to sit in a class for a day. The school is really not what it seems.

- submitted by a parent
July 10, 2010
From the moment you walk in to the school, you are greeted by name...nothing is too trivial to Principal Munns. She takes the time to talk you through your concerns and put together an action plan. The teachers are top notch and have found a way to truly level the learning to the child. More work for the teachers--better for our kids. Great heart at this school, the addition will give it the one thing it lacked, space. Can't say enough about this gem. Please check it out. You will be giddy by the time you leave.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 15, 2010
Sauganash School is an exceptional place for children to go to school. Everyone is friendly and kind. The teachers, administrative and ancillary staff are caring. The parents take an active role and are very involved with the kids and events. It is a nurturing environment that provides its students a scholastic atmosphere to succeed to the best of their abilities.

- submitted by a parent
May 05, 2010
Great teachers, great administration and great PTA. The teachers and admin do so much with so little. A great neighborhood school making a difference in our community.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 02, 2010
I love Sauganash School because the administration, the teachers, the students, their families, the staff and the community work cohesively as a team to create the best learning experiences to help each child succeed.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 01, 2010
Sauganash is one of the best school in the area. It is like we are one big family here. The principal ,the teachers as well as the rest of the staff are great and very professional. As a parent, I've been through certain challenges but they were always there to extend exceptional support to make the children's learning experience a success and their journey in life memorable and rewarding.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 30, 2010
I love Sauganash because of the excellent, dedicated staff and PTA that it has. Sauganash strives to make learning fun for students while challenging them to push themselves.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 29, 2010
The teachers are awesome and lots of parent involvement. Everyone is passionate about the kids and the school.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2010
Great school, great teachers, great administration...need I say more. Please vote and help us get the $$$ we need to make it even better.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 27, 2010
It's close to my house and it looks like a private school and everybody know each other and call them with first name, I like it

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2010
School is a wonderful place to teach! Our families are warm and supportive to not only each other but to our staff as well. I can't think of a better school to be at.

- submitted by a teacher
no rating April 26, 2010
we feel part of a larger learning community. The kids feel safe and the teachers are smart and compassionate.

- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2010
Excellent faculty and staff! I'm pleased with how responsive and supportive the teachers are to any issues that I may have regarding my children. Sauganash School also has fantastic parent and community involvement with a PTA and LSC focused on the success of our children.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 25, 2010
Its a great school that cares for the students. The teachers and administrators are outstanding and the parents work closely with them to make sure that our kids receive the support they need.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 25, 2010
My son is in kindergarten and he has a wonderful teacher. You can tell that the teachers care for the students,

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 24, 2010
our grandson is getting a very good first experience in school as a kindergardener and is loving his school and looks foreward to going each day. His education there appears very sound !

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 24, 2010
It has dedicated teachers who go out of their way to help the students.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 24, 2010
It has hard working and dedicated teachers. My son graduated to go to one of the best Magnet High Schools in Chicago. My daughter is attending Sauganash School now. My kids and I all love the school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
The teachers are great and the community really cares about the schoool

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2010
it is a great neighborhood school that is doing all it can inspire of the budgett cuts, to help educate our children

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2010
My daughter is in Kindergarten at Sauganash Elementary. We started the year at a private school but found it was wasn't a good fit for our daughter. I was hesitant about placing her into a public school because I was afraid of the quality of education she would receive. Sauganash has been a wonderful school for our daughter and wish we would have placed her there initially. The staff does a fantastic job! We couldn't be happier!

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
The teachers are wonderful and the environment fosters learning and self-confidence.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
Sauganash School is a warm and inviting place, with excellent teachers who do their best with the limited resouces given to the school. The curriculum is great and the kids learn a lot. Parents are involved in making this schooo top notch.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
I love Sauganash school because of the wonderful teachers.The teachers care so much for our students,they go way out of their way to help anyone who is having a difficult time.Sauganash also has wonderful children my kids have made so many great friends there,my oldest son graduated from Sauganash 5 years ago and still keeps in touch with the kids he graduated with.My son still likes to go back and visit the teachers from Sauganash, This is why I love Sauganash

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
Sauganash School has the most amazing Principal, Asst. Principal and teachers. Each of them care very much about the children. The PTA plays a very active role in the school and does an amazing job fundraising to maintain programs for the students. We could not be happier at Sauganash!

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2010
Sauganash School provides a safe learning environment where educational excellence, mutual respect and joyful learning are the priorities. Our school offers not only the subjects that are required but also art, music, sports teams and after school programs that are provided by our vibrant PTA. They do all of these great things despite being overcrowded - and you never meet a teacher or an administrator who is grumpy or unhappy to be there. Our school is a reflection of the values of the Sauganash community: we value and respect diversity and we value and respect our children.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
Sauganash School has the best teachers that are dedicated to providing the students with a top notch education.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
Great Students, Teachers, Parents, (PTA)Parent Teacher Association, (LSC)Local School Council and Administration

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2010
I love Sauganash School because the staff do a great job, families are involved and the children are great.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
Great staff, wonderful teachers and involved parents.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
I grew up in the area, and it is such a pleasure to return to see my kids getting the same excellent education that I was able to. So why is Sauganash Elemnetary so good? Because - despite the age of the school, its overcrowded classes, lack of facilities,cramped quarters, etc, the faculty are still are able to make Sauganash one of the top-rated schools in Chicago, going the extra mile for the sake of the children so that the our children can get a quality education. The PTA and Local School Council is heavily involved, raising money to hire extra teacher aides, promote extracirricular activites, etc.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
Great Teachers, Great Students, Great Faculty, Children really do come first here.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
It has a curriculum, teachers and esprit d'corps unmatched in any school I have seen. It is truly a great team of faculty, administrators, and students. Every day, our son looks forward to going to school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
The teachers and staff truly care about the children.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
Great administrators/faculty/teachers! Great PTA! Great parent support volunteers! I believe that they provide our children a safe, nurturing environment despite the challenges of the facility and budget restraints.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
What do I love about Sauganash Elem? Gosh, where do I begin? The Principal, Assist. Principal, office staff, the highly educ. teachers and support staff. Everyone works so hard at getting the best out of your child.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
It is a community school with a tram feel between administration, PTA, Local School Council, the community and the families and students who attend. We have a lot of fun while still maintaining a strong academic curriculum and teaching a balanced life to our kids. I love our school!

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
One of the many reasons our family loves Sauganash Elem. School is the wonderful smart,caring,supportive teachers,aides, staff and parents who work together at providing such enriching individual/ spiritual care for all our children. Our family is so proud !

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
The teachers are very warm and supportive. They go out of their way to work with parents and kids. The atmosphere is very friendly. Both my kids are really happy to go to school. I feel that I am part of a special community of caring professionals. Thank you Sauganash.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2010
Sauganash School is a fantastic place for my children to learn and grow. The teachers and staff work very hard to make Sauagansh Elementary one of the best schools. I could and will never find a better school than Sauganash. I love this school!

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 23, 2010
Great school,supportive teachers very involved parents

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 19, 2009
The teachers and principals are great!

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 17, 2009
I have two children and because of their ages have been at Sauganash School for 5 years. My personal experience is a school that cares about each student and goes out of their way to create a wonderful and enriching experience. The teachers' work nonstop to help each child and the administration is supportive and dedicated. The principal is not always available but the assistant principal always seems to be there and to be at every meeting no matter how late. The PTA is a group of dedicated parents who support the school constantly. I have encouraged several friends to move into the area and to attend Sauganash School.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 14, 2009
I have had nothing but wonderful experiences with all three of my children who have attended Sauganash School. The administration is extremely helpful and always available. The teaching staff is a knowledgable and caring group. I can't imagine how or why anyone would have a complaint with Sauganash!

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 11, 2009
Great teachers but horrible administration. My personal experience with the asstistant principal leads me to believe she does not possess the skills to be professional or respectful to parents.The principal is where the problem begins and trickles down from there.What a great school this would be if they had proper leadership. Principal is only there because of political reasons and is not effective.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 14, 2009
My child attends Sauganash. I have been happy with the school...until this year. The CPS policy is at fault, but the principal, asst principal teachers etc are worthless if you have a problem. They try to appease you and ignore any requests you may have. Everything is great....just don't rock the boat! PTA is great and full of nice 'moms' until you can no longer volunteer due to work/financial constraints...then you are a leper and not a single one will talk to you or acknowledge you. The PTA and administration are of the high school clique mentality. If you do what they want, when they want it you can be part of the group and you & your child get all the help they want or need....if not look out!

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 12, 2009
I think Sauganash School is a very good school. Although i do think that the principal needs to be much more involved. All of the teachers do a great job in teaching the kids. Also the kids usaully always have fun in class because the teachers put fun activity's in the lesson, so the kids can have fun while they are learning!!!

- submitted by a parent
December 29, 2008
My daughter is in 1st grade. Teacher quality so far has been excellent. The curriculum is not consistently challenging - a 'teach to the middle' approach. The school is racially and economically diverse. (I find great value in this.) There is a nice community feel. Parents are friendly. The well-organized, well-run PTA is almost 100% focused on fund raising due to the school's extreme overcrowding. There is no library, auditorium or cafeteria. Kids are in mobiles behind the main building. Requests for an addition are ignored. If the PTA did not fund full-time aides in the lower grades, there would be little learning. This year there are over 30 children in each first grade and over 40 in each kindergarten class. This is unacceptable - but legal - so parents have no alternative if private school is not an option. The Principal is a political hire. I don't know if she is effective.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 04, 2008
My daughter attends Sauganash and it has been wonderful. I have always had any concerns addressed quickly with wonderful follow up. Her teacher did a wonderful job challenging her in reading and math. I am so happy that I made the decision to send her and her sisters to Sauganash.

- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2008
I am very pleased with Sauganash School the teachers both of my children have and have had could not be more caring and dedicated. My children are challenged everyday at Sauganash, the writing programs have strengethen my childrens skills and build their confidence. The PTA...wow! These parents work so incrediablely hard for our school raising money, giving of their time, funding after-school classes. We are lucky to have Sauganash as our neighborhood school.

- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2008
My daughter goes to that school its excellent.

- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2007
I have never had a problem contacting or communicating with the admin at this school. The admin has been nothing but exemplary in their responses to my concerns. This is a small school that gives the students the personal attention they need. Whether it be tutoring or special needs children or those extra bright students who cannot be contained. I have experienced behavior problems with students and have witnessed the corrective steps taken by the teachers and staff. Their approach is very personal, as only a small school can be. I am very impressed with this school and will miss it when my 8th grader graduates this year.

- submitted by a parent
October 18, 2007
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- submitted by a former student
no rating October 16, 2007
I think that Sauganash school is a pretty good school. All my kids go there. The teachers are very involved. I just think that the principal needs to be more involved.

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2007
Sauganash has an open door policy with Adm and the entire teaching staff. Our teachers and parents are dedicated to the children's education and social development. Our PTA's efforts are tireless to insure Sauganash has Teacher Aids in classrooms, cultural arts, after-school programs and along with various family activities.

- submitted by a teacher
May 14, 2007
The administration is awful! The Principal is never available. The PTA is a joke.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2007
This school is good for middle of the road learners only. Below or above average kids will suffer. The administration for this school has alot to be desired starting from poor leadership by the principal. Many good and involved families have left due to frustration and lack of change. The best thing about this school is the PTA that is filled with great parents who care, are involved and raise tons of money to provide for the kids needs that CPS doesn't.

- submitted by a parent
March 20, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2005
The parents and community are wonderful, the administration horrible. It really is a shame this school cannot have better leadership. It has all the tools necessary to be a great school, it just needs the proper leadership (principal, asst. principal, school council) to take it there. It does so much with so little, one can only imagine what it could do with greater resources. My children are both of high school age now and we have moved on, but I can only think of what might have been. When Dr. Frentress was the principal the school never lack for resources and great leadership. But since then they only seem to have gone backwards. Good luck to those now sending their children to Sauganash. The early grades are great with some fine teachers, but as the children get older the quality of education in the later grades drops quite dramatically.

- submitted by a parent
March 02, 2005
Both my sons attend Sauganash, with a daughter next. I love this school, because the of the involvement of the teachers, the administration, and mostly from the parents. Sauganahs is a great community, with strong support from all. Every school has its issues, but how it deals with those is the real test. When space was a problem, new space was built out. As a parent that is deeply involved in the eduction of my children, I can attest to how much the faculty cares about the individual student. If you are looking for a well-rounded, diverse, and challenging environment, Sauganash is the place to be.

- submitted by a parent
February 15, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2004
Great school, top to bottom. Last year, we had real anxieties about our oldest child going into the 'Chicago Public School System' - but Sauganash School has been a wonderful place! Our son is now in first grade and is really blooming. We look forward to continued involvement there - and we have high opinions of all - students, partents, teachers, aides and administrators... Great Job Sauganash School.

- submitted by a parent
October 30, 2004
My child currently attends Sauganash and we have been very happy thus far. I have found that the teachers work with you and are available to you. The principal makes herself available and works hard for the school. The PTA is excellent. The whole school is a tremendous community. I expect this school to only get better.

- submitted by a parent
September 04, 2004
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- submitted by a former student
August 26, 2004
Both of our children attended sauganash school one needed a more accelerated program the other needed a little more assistance. We are sorry to say but niether were able to recieve the nessesary tools needed to fulling or achieve thier potenial. There is weak administrated or lack there of to assure that each and every child will be challenged and assisted in the degree nessesary for them to succeed. The school has a strong parent commitment base yet over time those needing more have left. If the child is not in need of more and is a middle of the road catagory then this school would be well suited.

- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2004
My child currently attends this school. The school has awesome parent involvement with a strong PTA as well as strong fund raising efforts that assist the school to provide its students with many programs that are not otherwise paid for by CPS. Most of the children who I know who attend this school along with their parents are genuinely good and friendly people. The upper administration of this school is definitely lacking with very poor leadership and poor follow through by the principal. The special education department is an even greater disappointment. Basically, if your child is an accelerated learner or a student who is below average this is not the school for them. Most of the teachers are great and go there to do their jobs and do them well. Other teachers treat the school as if it is social hour. I know many who have left.

- submitted by a parent
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Sauganash Elementary School
6040 North Kilpatrick Avenue, Chicago, IL  60646
(773) 534-3470
Last modified Sauganash Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades K-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Sauganash Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 78 reviews. Top