Community Newsletter

Hello West Belden Families & Community!

Welcome to our April 2023 Community Newsletter! The monthly newsletter will offer a central place for families and the community to see the amazing things that are happening at CICS West Belden. Also new for 2023 will be our own “Community News” located on our website. This page will highlight resources, community events, school events, and other opportunities for you!

If you have anything you'd like to see included on the page please email me directly,

Upcoming Events

  • April 3-7: Spring Break

  • April 15th: 5/6 & 7/8 Flag Football First Game @ Hanson Park

  • April 15th: 5/6 & 7/8 Girls Soccer First Game @ Riis Park

  • April 24th: WBPTL Meeting 

  • April 26th: Career Day

  • April 28th: Talent Show (K-4)

  • May 5th: Talent Show (5-8)

West Belden News

Our Scholastic Book fair was a huge success! We surpassed our goals for this year and it was all thanks to our amazing West Belden Community! 

Check it out here, and let us know if you'd like to share your WB story!

Community Partners

Here is a list of organizations and partnerships we have in the community! 

Please reach out to Mr. Nuñez by email ( or by calling the main office (773.637.9430) if you have any questions. 

Each partner/program has their website linked and a description!

West Belden Family Business Directory- Here you will find contact information of parents at West Belden who own businesses! If you own a business or would like to share a skill you have with the families of West Belden please contact the main office and ask for Mr.Nuñez!

Chicago Park District- Free programming year round for all ages, includes- swimming, baseball, basketball, arts and crafts, etc. 

Tutoring Chicago- tutoring for 1st-9th grade students. ALL tutoring sessions are held Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday from 6:00 – 7:30pm CST. Students can choose to be tutored at one of our in-person locations or digitally.

GAP Community Center- Weekly After-School Program for ages 8-14, Monday-Thursday. Domestic Violence Transitional Housing Shelter. Group and individual Counseling through partnering agencies. Weekly Food Bank allowing families to pick up food for their homes.

Northwest Center- Parent University brings free resources, programs, and classes to parents and the community. Open to all parents who are looking to learn valuable life skills or get more involved with their children’s education.

Intentional Sports- Part of the North Austin Community Center, a sports facility for students to attend after school sports programs.

Greater Chicago Food Depository-  Find free groceries or a hot meal at a food pantry, soup kitchen or shelter near you!