• 2235 S. Albany Ave., 1-773-522-0024

    2235 Sur de la Calle Albany, 1-773-522-0024

  • School Hours 7:50am-3:00pm, Office Hours 7:30am-4:00pm

    Horas de escuela 7:50am-3:00pm; Horas de oficina 7:30am-4:00pm

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    Actividades divertidas

  • Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

    Felicidades a la Clase de 2016

OUR MISSION Our Lady of Tepeyac Elementary School develops every child to their fullest potential: by building a personal relationship with God, by providing a strong foundation as life-long learners, and by fostering a sense of community within our school and neighborhood

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Registration 2016-2017

Now accepting registration applications for the 2016-2017 school year! Call (773) 522-0024 to schedule a personal tour today! Apply and reserve your spot. Financial aid and scholarships available!

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Mr. Armando Barron-Amador, Grade 8 Mathematics Teacher

Mr. Barron attended Marquette University as an Evan Scholar and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Arts. For the 2015-2016 school year, Mr. Barron-Amador will be the 8th grade homeroom teacher and math middle school teacher. He previously served as the after-school program coordinator at Our Lady of Tepeyac providing …

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Ms. Kelsey Joslyn, Grade 6 Science Teacher

Kelsey Joslyn attended Eastern Illinois University.  There she earned a bachelor’s of Science in Elementary Education with an endorsement in Language Arts.  She earned her Middle School endorsement through the University of Illinois and is working to obtain her Science endorsement.  She teaches Science for sixth, seventh, and eighth grade …

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Ms. Lisa Had, Grade 5 Teacher

Ms. Had earned her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education at Trinity Christian College.  As the current 5th grade teacher, she holds endorsements in mathematics, language arts and social studies.  In her second year here at Tepeyac, she is involved with the UIC Math Initiative, and is looking forward to co-sponsoring …

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Ms. Kaitlin Earley, Grade 3 Teacher

Ms. Earley earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Eastern Illinois University.  As the current 3rd grade self-contained teacher, she holds endorsements in middle school, language arts, and history.  In her sixth year here, she is the co-leader of the Early Education Science Program, or E2SP, for grades prek …

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Sr. Jessi Beck, Grade 2 Teacher

Sr. Jessi is a member of the Sisters of the Presentation of Dubuque, Iowa. She is a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa. Sr. Jessi has been at Our Lady of Tepeyac since 2012 teaching 2nd grade including sacrament preparation for First Communion and First Reconciliation. She is a co-lead teacher in …

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Mrs. Megan Avila, Grade 1 Teacher

Megan graduated from Northeastern Illinois University with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education.  Megan minored in mathematics and received a middle school math endorsement.  In the 2014-2015 school year, Megan was the Title 1 teacher at Our Lady of Tepeyac and now she is looking forward to being the 1st …

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Ms. Rocio Buzo, Kindergarten Aide

Rocio Buzo graduated from Our Lady of Tepeyac High School in 2011.  She went to Illinois College and graduated with a major in Spanish and a minor in Psychology.  She became certified in teaching Spanish Language Arts from Tandem International in Madrid, Spain after spending a year abroad.  This year …

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Mrs. Jueventina Puente, Kindergarten Teacher

Juventina Puente graduated as an elementary teacher at CREN (Centro Regional de Educación Normal) in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico.  She earned her bachelor’s in Education at Universidad Autónoma de Mexico and an associates’ degree in Early Childhood at Saint Augustine College in Chicago.  She also holds a certificate for teaching middle- …

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Mrs. Rosalinda Gonzalez-Sandoval, Preschool Aide

Rosalinda graduated from the City Colleges of Chicago with a degree in early childhood education.  She also was trained under the early reading first program.  She has worked in the Little Village community for the past nine years.  Her favorite thing about Tepeyac is the sense of family.

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