At Kellogg School, we are preparing all children to be successful leaders and learners with a solid foundation of skills and knowledge. We want to create an equitable, inclusive, collaborative and safe learning environment that is built on strong family and community partnerships, where all children will thrive. We believe that a diversified education is critical in laying a solid foundation for international mindedness and life-long learning. We expect all students to graduate college and career ready for their futures.



 News & Updates

Kellogg Independent Reading Challenge - Nov 17th 2014 - May 15th 2015

Nov 29th - BIA Cheer Zone Competition at the Turkey Trot

Market Day - Support the 3rd, 4th & 5th grade classes...
Dec. 4th - Elves' Workshop Shopping List flyer

Kindergarten Feast Nov 2014

7th & 8th Grade Trip with Ms. Scanlan to see The Grinch, the musical - Nov 20, 2014

Kindergarten Parent Reading Workshop

Nov 2014 - Kindergarten Parent Reading Workshop

Curriculum Night Parent Presentation, Topics Covered:
State of Kellogg: Data & Curriculum Focus & Updates for the 2014-2015 School Year

Register NOW for SelectivePrep’s After School Selective Enrollment Program
(for 8thGraders)

 One third of the entrance score is determined by your child’s performance on the Selective Enrollment High School Entrance Exam. SelectivePrep offers an intensive program to help prepare students for the Selective Enrollment Entrance Exam. SelectivePrep’s course will review all the Exam’s Reading, Math, Language, and Vocabulary topics and discuss optimal test taking techniques. Included in this program is a Study Guide containing extensive content review and exercises.

 Classes at Kellogg Elementary will start on Thursday, October 16th and run for 8 sessions from 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM. We will need a minimum of 10 students to run the class at Kellogg Elementary – so please spread the word. Click here to register NOW.

If you need more information or have any questions, please visit our website a twww.selectiveprep.com  or call 312-409-8411.

"Why Play is Important in the Early Years"

Please note that fast food lunches are not permitted in the lunchroom.
Students should bring lunch from home or participate in the school lunch program.
Thank you.


The Office of Access and Enrollment presents...Know Before You Go!

The Office of Access and Enrollment presents...Know Before You Go!


9241 S. Leavitt St., Chicago, IL 60643
Tel: 773.535.2590 • Fax: 773-535-2596