The school will have one fewer teacher because of budget cuts, Principal Ched Weiden said.
Aldermen demanded the mayor use surplus property tax funds to stop the cuts at a rally in Logan Square.
Get ready for more CPS students during rush hour after many school start times are pushed back to 9 a.m.
Of 23 public schools in the area, five will see increases to their budgets. The rest will face cuts.
Lane Tech was one of several dozen schools given a later start time, but found a work-around.
Chicago Public Schools officials announced earlier this month elementary school sports would be cut.
The high school principal said the changes would be a "tough adjustment."
The three Downtown schools will start classes at 9 a.m. next year, altering schedules for many families.
"We're all fighting for scraps," said Hearst Elementary teacher Rachel Davies.
Mary Hughes believes special-needs students should remain in the same school through eighth grade.
Most Little Village schools will see enrollment drops next year, according to Chicago Public Schools.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel also named Frank Clark to replace David Vitale as head of the Board of Education.
Charles Grode, a Chicago Symphony Orchestra leader, will now head the non-profit music school.
Nine schools are projected to lose money, due to falling enrollment.
Meanwhile, five Lakeview elementary schools will gain funds due to increased enrollments.
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