The school, 1212 S. Plymouth Court, will instead draw from its reserves.
Principal Carlos Patiño said the school could handle mid-year CPS cuts, "but it leaves us very thin."
The cuts announced Tuesday were $20 million more than CPS Forrest Claypool had originally proposed .
The Teachers Union is organizing dozens of walk-ins across the city on Feb. 17 to protest budget cuts.
The charter school is expected to move in 2017 to its new building and add 100 new students.
The school's principal said he was prepared for the cuts.
No teachers will lose jobs at Burr this year, Principal William Klee assured worried parents.
Morgan Park High School will lose the most money, while Keller gets hit hardest by percentage.
Nine public schools in Avondale escaped another $1 million loss thanks to federal money and carryover.
The school won't fire teachers, but will need a six-figure donation to address a $175,000 budget cut.
Two Chicago Public School students were selected to join the Times ' Spring Student Council.
Lincoln Park High School won't see any layoffs now, but might not be as lucky in the future.
And yes, the free event will have snacks.
Fest organizers said it was too hard to get volunteers and attendance was too low to do a third day.
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