Coordinators/Student Services

  • All Pulaski International School of Chicago teachers are of the highest caliber. Teaching in Chicago, in a community-supported IB World School authorized program is an attractive prospect which is not open to many Chicago Public School teachers. This has enabled Pulaski to be highly selective in offering teaching positions to the most experienced, highly qualified and committed of teachers. Teachers are supported by a dedicated team of educational leaders and staff.

  • Student Services

  • Ms. Echevarria

    Counselor – Room 104 

    Ms. Echevarria is the School Counselor at Pulaski International of Chicago. She received her bachelor’s degree in Geology and Anthropology at University of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign and went on to obtain her Master’s in Counseling from Eastern Illinois University. In her spare time Ms. Echevarria stays active and loves keeping abreast with Latino arts and culture.

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  • Ms. Lugo

    Student Engagement Specialist 

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  • Ms. Waller-Fette

    Case Manager – Room 015 

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  • Mrs. Sanchez

    PYP/MYP IB Coordinator Designate – Room 006

    Mrs. Sanchez is Pulaski’s International Baccalaureate (IB) Coordinator. Mrs. Sanchez was born and raised on the south side of Chicago. A graduate of Bogan High School, she is a proud product of the Chicago Public School system.  She graduated from DePaul University, where she founded the first Latina oriented sorority on campus. She has been a Chicago Public School teacher since 2000. Over her years at CPS she has gone on to earn two additional degrees: Masters in Early Childhood Education from the Erikson Institute and Masters in Reading from Concordia University Chicago (where she also serves as an adjunct professor for the Masters in Reading program). Mrs. Sanchez also earned the highly prestigious National Board Certification (NBCT) in 2007. Before coming to Pulaski International School of Chicago, Ms. Sanchez worked in teacher leadership development as both a Bilingual Lead Teacher/Coordinator and a Reading Coach. Her favorite book to read to her students is “There’s the a Boy in the Girl’s Bathroom,” by Lois Sachar.

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  • Ms. Cruz Berrios

    Office Clerk Assistant

  • Ms. Williams

    Lunchroom Manager

    Lunchroom Staff – Ms. Lopez, Ms. Delgado, Ms. Cruz, and Ms. Smith

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  • Parent Resource Coordinators